Welcome to Show #153!
It’s “pick a random special day in April” hour! Hug An Australian Day, Pet Owners Independence Day, and Jeffrey waxes nostalgic over Thomas Jefferson’s birthday.
The innuendo runs amok. There must be something in the water…
Deep Geeking: This week, we take the first step into the final arc in the overall 5-year journey, embarking on Deep Geeking for Season 5.
“No Compromises” falls under the bright light of examination, and Jeffrey recounts an impressive Tracy Scoggins audition story.
Discussion: Gary promises to get us pictures of both space shuttles on the launch pads at the same time; and he also sent us a recording of the Babylon Files: Volume 2 foreword that Jeffrey wrote for Andy Lane. Interestingly enough, he lets us know that Pat Tallman also wrote the afterword for the same book… maybe Gary will read that for us sometime soon.
Jeffrey also recounts his experience being caught on both sides of the strike that affected the set for a short time, and the emotional impact it had on him at the time.
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Promo: I Should Be Writing