Technical Note – There are a few audio jumps in this episode. Erik blames it on a shoddy PC. Most are subtle and you, dear monsters, should barely notice them. Annie and Erik ask that you find it in your savage hearts to forgive your humble hosts. The conspiracies in this episode go so deep THEY can even effect the software in real time. This is some serious X-Files stuff.
In this episode, Annie and Erik discuss the five songs that defined their young adult lives, Nirvana, Courtney Love’s voice, and the documentary Soaked in Bleach.
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This week on Fear of a Dork Planet: Erik talks about crappy birthdays, Annie coughs all over everything and everyone, and both discuss the loss of idols, the lure of werewolves, our joint inability to remember anyone’s name and what your choice of donut says about you as a person.
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Annie and Erik swap lists of their favorite movie police officer men, review Henry Rollins’ He Never Dies, and gush over the most disturbing The Monkees song ever recorded.
At least that was the plan.
They actually end up getting side tracked about what musicians make good actors, summers in the 80’s, Archie Bunker, interrupting the show for a music interlude, and the value of taking one for the team on the holidays.
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