List Of Saul Of The Mole Men Episodes
The following is a list of episodes for the Adult Swim television series Saul of the Mole Men. The series premiered on February 11, 2007 with "A New Friend" and ended on with "Master of Rock, Master of Destiny" on July 15, 2007, with a total 20 episodes over the course of one season.
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