Baby Geniuses
Baby Geniuses
Oct 12, 2020
Mr. Blobby
1 hr 10 min
Hello babies!
What an interesting week - Emily finally got a pStyle! She is getting the hang of it but needs a little practice. On Chunch Chat, Lisa is overjoyed by Martha's five Sicilian donkeys.
On Wiki of the Week, we read the Wikipedia page for "Mr. Blobby," a bulbous pink figure covered with yellow spots, he has a permanent toothy grin and green jiggling eyes. Mr Blobby communicates only by saying the word "blobby" in an electronically altered voice, expressing his moods through tone of voice and repetition. He topped the UK Singles Chart with the 1993 Christmas release "Mr Blobby".
Buffering the Vampire Slayer | A Buffy the Vampire Slayer Podcast
Buffering the Vampire Slayer | A Buffy the Vampire Slayer Podcast
Jenny Owen Youngs & Kristin Russo
Angel On Top — 3x04 Carpe Noctem
Four episodes into this season of Angel, and Angel Investigations still hasn't done a paid case. (So maybe get off your high horse about that whole saving people for money thing, characters over on the B-word show.) But you know what they have done? Well, besides tackling race relations, they have also given us another body swap episode to add to the canon, with "Carpe Noctem." Behold what is arguably the horniest episode of Angel, to the point where even the official WB promos for it included dick jokes for the episode's subtitle. (Seriously.) Join LaToya Ferguson as she and guest host Morgan Lutich unpack all the horniness of this episode -- whether they like it or not -- as well as the glaring logistics of the fact that no one immediately said, "Hey, Angel's been body swapped!" This is a strange one, Scoobies. LOCATE YOUR HOST, LATOYA FERGUSON, UPON THE INTERNET! Follow @lafergs on Twitter Listen to LaToya's Vampire Diaries podcast: The AMPire Diaries Read An Encyclopedia on Women’s Wrestling GUEST HOST Morgan Lutich: @LorganMutich, @AMPDiariesPod ANGEL ON TOP Angel On Top: @angelontopcast on twitter and instagram Support Angel On Top on Patreon: Learn more about us and our team at +++ Producers: LaToya Feguson and Kristin Russo Editor: Kristin Russo + John Mark Nelson Music + Jingles: Jenny Owen Youngs Logo: Kristine Thune See for privacy information.
1 hr 17 min
Maximum Fun
The Michael Jackson—R. Kelly Episode
Disclaimer: This episode contains a frank discussion about the careers of Michael Jackson and Robert Kelly. While we do make mention of allegations of sexual assault and abuse, that is not the crux of this episode. However, if that’s something you’d rather not listen to, we get it. Feel free to skip this episode and revisit your favorite from our catalog here. This week, Jarrett Hill and Tre'vell Anderson finally tackle a topic the #FANTIfam has been requesting for months: How do we engage (and should we engage?) with the music catalogues of Michael Jackson and R. Kelly. Unless you've truly been living under a rock we don't need to catch you up to speed on the careers of either. We are also going to assume you don't need a refresher on any of the allegations that surround the legacies of either artist. Is it okay to listen to the music R. Kelly wrote for other artists while removing his entire discography from the Spotify playlist? Should we refrain from moonwalking at events? Where does one draw the line when people who have been accused of the unforgivable leave behind such a rich musical imprint? But first… Have you heard the good news? FANTI Podcast is one of Apple Podcasts 2020 Favorites! Pass the Popcorn Tre'vell and Jarrett want to know when the time is right to twerk on the brunch furniture? DIS/Honorable Mentions This week, Jarrett has an honorable mention for journalist Shane Bauer's piece in the New Yorker about the Vallejo Police Department. Read it here. Tre'vell would like to give an honorable mention to Shondaland's Dance Dreams: Hot Chocolate Nutcracker. You can watch it on Netflix. They also have an honorable mention for the new book Black Futures which you can pick up here. Shout out to Kimberly Drew and Jenna Wortham! Lastly, an honorable mention for The Dionne Warwick who has recently been cutting up on the socials. We love to see it! Go ahead and @ us Email: @FANTIpodcast @Jarrett Hill @rayzon (Tre’Vell) @FANTIpodcast @TreVellAnderson @JarrettHill @Swish (Producer Laura Swisher) FANTI is produced and distributed by Laura Swisher is the senior producer. Jordan Kauwling is the associate producer.
1 hr 3 min
Veronica Mars Investigations
Veronica Mars Investigations
Veronica Mars Investigations
VMI 3.020304 My Big Fat Wichita Linebacker Don't Surf
A LONG TIME AGO ON VERONICA MARS: * Veronica infiltrates a sorority to investigate Parker’s rape, and instead finds a secret medical marijuana farm. * The ongoing campus rapist plot boils down to frats versus feminists. The two genders! * Wallace and Logan participate in some recreation of the Stanford Prison Experiment, and unfortunately we have to endure it with them. * Weevil is back! And starts working for Keith! But then punches a suspect, so he’s fired. * Logan discovers some financial irregularities that reveal that he has a secret half-brother! * Loganica are having problems, because he likes playing poker and she likes The Arts and putting trackers on him. * Plus: some SPORTSBALL problem; a Fitzpatrick kills another Fitzpatrick; Veronica has a new job in the library SHH NO TALKING; and Keith takes a case for a hot lady. Join Jenny Owen Youngs and Helen Zaltzman to investigate Veronica Mars season 3 episodes 2, 3 and 4: My Big Fat Wichita Linebacker Don’t Surf, and dig into such mysteries as how and why a professor would do a Stanford Prison Experiment-esque study; whether traps on your boobs are booby traps; and why the Chippendales landed on shirt closures as their sexy outfit of choice. Content note: Veronica Mars contains heavy themes, and this episode includes storylines concerning murder, rape, violence, drugs, anti-semitism, and abusive parents. For more about this episode, and to read the transcript, visit the podcast’s official site This episode was edited and mixed by Helen Zaltzman; the music is by Martin Austwick and Jenny Owen Youngs; Lo Dodds gives us the LoDown. The show is distributed by Find the show @VMIpod on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook. We also have MERCH - get your shirts and pins to show your love for Weevil or non-love for milk at, and there’s a 25% discount off everything Friday 27th November-Monday 30th November with the code CHEKHOVSDISCOUNT. This month, VMI is sponsored by Feals, premium CBD delivered to your door. Become a member today at and you'll get 50% off your first order with free shipping.
1 hr 15 min
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