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For Thanksgiving, it’s two comedy episodes (because there just aren’t any good OTR dramas about Thanksgiving except dramatizations of The First Thanksgiving).  First off, meet Eve Arden in Our Miss Brooks, where she plays a refreshingly sardonic high school English teacher who’s not above occasionally offering a zinger at the expense of her students.  As Thanksgiving approaches, more and more people invite themselves to her place for dinner – where there’s nary a turkey to be found.  Then Jack Benny attends that great Los Angeles event, the annual pre-Thanksgiving football game between UCLA and USC.  Jack, Mary, and Dennis drive out to the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum, Dennis gets lost, and Jack bumps into Frank Fontaine, doing his character of Mr. Silvoney, the inspiration for Pete Puma from the Looney Tunes cartoons.

 

Episodes

Our Miss Brooks

“Thanksgiving Weekend”

November 27, 1949

3:41


The Jack Benny Program

“Jack Tries to Buy Tickets to the USC – UCLA Game”

November 26, 1950

36:13

 


The HTD Express Special: Snack Friday- How You Can Give This Holiday Season

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Here's how Tim describes this episode:

"Are you tired of all the shopping hype at this time of year? Do you think we sometimes lose track of what the holidays are about? Do you wish there was something to remind people to be more charitable to those in need? Great news – we’re spreading the word of Snack Friday. Instead of spending all day mobbed in stores on Black Friday, maybe it’s better to give making it Snack Friday.

Spearheaded by my friend, colleague & podcasting guru Dan Lackaye of the Dan & Travis show, Snack Friday is all about remembering there’s those less fortunate than the rest of us who need help during this wonderful time of year. Instead of waiting for hours and risking getting trampled for a big screen or a toy that will break by New Year’s, how about taking some time and give to your local food pantry, shelter, humane society or charity of our choice.

Everyone wants to give and help out local charities. But let’s be honest, we’re ALL super busy this time of year and often forget to take some time to contribute. This is a great way to mark your calendar to take some time and help those who are struggling. And if there’s anything the last 6 years have taught us – it’s that you never know when those struggles will hit.

Dan and Travis joined me for a special mini-sode and we talked for half an hour about what you can do to help out your neighborhood.

If you love this idea like we do, don’t be shy about spreading the word everywhere on social media. Let’s all help put the charity and giving back into the holiday season:"

 

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SciFi Diner Podcast: Ep. 235 - Our Interview with Hugo Award Winning Editor Ellen Datlow (Tor.com and Open Road Media)

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Ellen Datlow

Multiple award-winning editor Ellen Datlow has been editing science fiction, fantasy, and horror short fiction for almost thirty years. She was fiction editor of OMNI Magazine and SCIFICTION and has edited more than fifty anthologies, including the horror half of the long-running The Year’s Best Fantasy and Horror. She currently acquires short stories for Tor.com. Ellen is currently tied with frequent co-editor Terri Windling as the winner of the most World Fantasy Awards in the organization’s history (nine). She has also won (with co-editor Windling) a Bram Stoker Award for The Year’s Best Fantasy and Horror #13, and (with co-editors Kelly Link and Gavin J. Grant) a Bram Stoker Award for The Year’s Best Fantasy and Horror #17. She has also won theInternational Horror Guild Award for her anthologies The Dark and Inferno; theShirley Jackson Award for Inferno and Poe; the Locus Award for Best Editor annually from 2005 through 2013, and the Hugo Award for Best Editor 2002, 2005, and Best Editor Short Fiction 2008 and 2009. In addition, SCIFICTION won the Hugo Award for best Web site in 2005 as well as the Wooden Rocket Award as best online magazine for 2005.

She’s also won nine Fantasy awards, in order:

The Year’s Best Fantasy: First Annual Collection

Ellen Datlow & Terri Windling, ed (St. Martin’s Press)

The Year’s Best Fantasy: Second Annual Collection

Ellen Datlow & Terri Windling, ed (St. Martin’s Press)

The Year’s Best Fantasy & Horror: Fourth Annual Collection

Ellen Datlow & Terri Windling, ed (St. Martin’s Press)

Ellen Datlow for editing, Special Award-professional

Little Deaths, Ellen Datlow (Orion)

Silver Birch Blood Moon

Ellen Datlow & Terri Windling eds.(Avon)

The Green Man: Tales from the Mythic Forest

Ellen Datlow & Terri Windling, Editors (Viking)

Salon Fantastique

Ellen Datlow & Terri Windling, eds. (Thunder’s Mouth)

Inferno: New Tales of Terror and the Supernatural

Ellen Datlow, Editor (Tor)Ellen Datlow

Ellen was named recipient of the 2007 Karl Edward Wagner Award, given at the British Fantasy Convention for “outstanding contribution to the genre.” She lives in New York.

Recent Honors and Awards


Hugo Award

Best Editor Short Fiction 2010

Bram Stoker Award

One with Gavin J. Grant and Kelly Link

for The Year’s Best Fantasy and Horror #13

and one with Nick Mamatas for Haunted Legends

International Horror Guild Award

for her anthologies The Dark and Inferno

Shirley Jackson Award

for her anthologies Poe and Inferno

Karl Edward Wagner Award

by the British Fantasy Convention for “outstanding contribution to the genre.”

Lifetime Achievement Award

by The Horror Writer’s Association

in recognition of the recipient’s overall body of work.

Hugo Award

Best Editor Short Fiction 2009

Locus Award

by Locus Magazine

voted Best Editor in 2011

Hugo Award

Best Professional Editor 2005, 2002

Bibliography

There are two useful indices for readers of The Year’s Best Fantasy and Horror series:The SF List and The Sluice.

The Science Fiction Foundation Collection at The University of Liverpool contains holdings of the Ellen Datlow Papers that include the correspondence files of Ellen Datlow in her capacity as fiction editor of Omni magazine and Omni Online as well as some correspondence files from her role as editor of SciFiction. All material within the Ellen Datlow Papers is

available only to researchers for consultation in the University of Liverpool Library’s Special Collections and Archives Reading Room. special arrangement must be made in order to use the collection.

Teeth: Vampire Tales, with Terri Windling, HarperCollins (April 2011)

Best Horror of the Year 3, Night Shade (June 2011)

Supernatural Noir, Dark Horse (June 2011)

Naked City: New Tales of Urban Fantasy, St. Martin’s Press (July 2011)

Blood and Other Cravings, Tor (September 2011)

Snow White, Blood Red, with Terri Windling, (reissue in hardcover) Fall River (B&N imprint)

After: Dystopian and Post-Apocalyptic Tales, with Terri Windling, Hyperion (2012)

“Year’s Best” Anthologies

Sixteen Annual Volumes: The Year’s Best Fantasy and Horror, with Terri Windling, St. Martin’s Press, Volume One through Sixteen, 1988-2002

Five Annual Volumes: The Year’s Best Fantasy and Horror, with Kelly Link & Gavin Grant, St. Martin’s Press, Volumes Seventeen through Twenty-One (2004-2008)

Anthologies

Omni Book of Science Fiction, Volumes One through Seven, Zebra

Blood Is Not Enough, William Morrow, 1989

Alien Sex, Dutton, 1990

A Whisper of Blood, William Morrow, 1991

Omni Best Science Fiction One, Omni Books, 1991

Omni Best Science Fiction Two, Omni Books, 1992

Omni Best Science Fiction Three, Omni Books, 1993

Snow White, Blood Red, with Terri Windling, Morrow/Avon, 1993

OmniVisions One, Omni Books, 1993

OmniVisions Two, Omni Books, 1994

Black Thorn, White Rose, with Terri Windling, Morrow/Avon, 1994

Little Deaths, Millennium (UK), Dell (US), 1994

Ruby Slippers, Golden Tears, with Terri Windling, AvoNova/Morrow, 1995

Off Limits: Tales of Alien Sex, St. Martin’s Press, 1996

Twists of the Tale: Stories of Cat Horror, Dell, 1996

Lethal Kisses–Revenge and Vengeance, Orion (UK), 1996

Black Swan, White Raven, with Terri Windling, Avon Books, 1997

Sirens and Other Daemon Lovers, with Terri Windling, HarperPrism, 1998

Silver Birch, Blood Moon, with Terri Windling, Avon Books, 1999

Black Heart, Ivory Bones, with Terri Windling, Avon Books, 2000

Vanishing Acts,Tor Books, 2000

A Wolf at the Door and Other Retold Fairy Tales, with Terri Windling, Simon & Schuster, 2000

The Green Man: Tales from the Mythic Forest, with Terri Windling, Viking, 2002

Sirens and Other Daemon Lovers, with Terri Windling (reissued in mass market paperback) Avon, fall 2002

Swan Sister: Fairy Tales Retold, with Terri Windling, Simon & Schuster Children’s Publishing, 2003

The Dark: New Ghost Stories, Tor,2003

The Faery Reel: Tales From the Twilight Realm, with Terri Windling, Viking (August 2004)

Salon Fantastique, with Terri Windling, Thunder’s Mouth Press (October 2006)

The Coyote Road: Trickster Tales, with Terri Windling, Viking (September 2007)

Black Thorn, White Rose, with Terri Windling (reissued in trade paperback), Prime Books (November 2007)

Inferno: New Tales of Terror and the Supernatural, Tor (December 2007)

The Del Rey Book of Science Fiction and Fantasy: Sixteen Original Works by Speculative Fiction’s Finest Voices, Del Rey (April 2008)

Ruby Slippers, Golden Tears, with Terri Windling, (reissued in trade paperback) Prime Books (April 2008)

Black Swan, White Raven, with Terri Windling (reissued in trade paperback), Prime Books (April 2008)

A Whisper of Blood: A Collection of Modern Vampire Stories (reissue of Blood is Not Enough and A Whisper of Blood), Fall River (B&N Imprint) (August 2008)

Poe: New Tales Inspired by Edgar Allan Poe, Solaris (January 2009)

Twists of the Tale: An Anthology of Cat Horror, (reissued in trade paperback) Wildside Press (March 2009)

Nebula Awards Showcase 2009, Roc (March 2009)

Troll’s Eye View: A Book of Villainous Tales, with Terri Windling, Viking Children (April 2009)

Lovecraft Unbound, Dark Horse Comics (October 2009)

Best Horror of the Year 1, Night Shade (October 2009)

Darkness: Two Decades of Modern Horror, Tachyon (February 2010)

Tails of Wonder and Imagination, Night Shade (February 2010)

Best Horror of the Year 2, Night Shade (April 2010)

The Beastly Bride: Tales of the Animal People, with Terri Windling, Viking Children (April 2010)

Digital Domains: A Decade of Science Fiction and Fantasy, Prime (May 2010)

Haunted Legends (with Nick Mamatas), Tor Books (September 2010)

Teeth: Vampire Tales, with Terri Windling, HarperCollins (April 2011)

Best Horror of the Year 3, Night Shade (June 2011)

Best Horror of the Year 4, Night Shade (May 2102)

After: Nineteen stories of Apocalypse and Dystopia with Terri Windling, Hyperion (October 2012)

Blood and Other Cravings, Tor (October 2012)

Queen Victoria’s Book of Spells, with Terri Windling, Tor (March 2013)

Hauntings, Tachyon (March 2013)

Telling Tales: The Clarion West 30th Anniversary Anthology, Hydra House (July 2013)

Best Horror of the Year 5, Night Shade (September, 2013)

Lovecraft’s Monsters, Tachyon (April, 2014)

Fearful Symmetries, Chizine (May 2014)

Best Horror of the Year 6, Night Shade (June 2014)

Nightmare Carnival, Dark Horse (October 2014)

The Cutting Room, Tachyon (October 2014)

The Dan & Travis Show: Episode 051

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Show 051! We talk #SNACKFRIDAY2014, catchy tunes, the Oxford Word Of The Year, and "May I Suggest..." is all about the Dana Gould Hour podcast. Plus, Handsome Timmy D tells us what's the best thing film composer John Williams ever did. Subscribe today and tell 10 friends! It's a new Dan & Travis Show.

Check out all the fun of past episodes by visiting them on the web.

 

SHOW OPEN

  • Snack Friday: the Way Better Alternative to Black Friday
  • Julien Marques’s Movember Growth & Dave Scott’s Movember Growth
  • Catchiest songs? Or Crappiest? You decide
  • Oxford Dictionary WOTY: Vape
  • Impossible Travia: THEME - VOCABULARY!
  • Read more about scaphism here: it’s something else!

 

ASK HANDSOME TIMMY D

  • What is film composer John Williams’s greatest work?

 

THE NEWS WITH TRAVIS

  • To Serve Whale: The Hump gets dumped
  • Extra! Extra! Walzak’s ballsac exposed!
  • Vindication: ROBOTS – KILLING MACHINES

 

SHOW CLOSE

  • Travis said to Dan, “May I Suggest… you earify a podcast called The Dana Gould Hour?” – and Dan gives his thoughts.
  • Travis says to Dan, “May I Suggest… you earify the comedy album called Bad at the Good Times by Dan St. Germain ?” – tune in a month from now to hear what Dan has to say!

 

HTD EXPRESS – Subscribers! Look for The Handsome Timmy D Express in your feed! Tim will interview creative folks in the entertainment industry about their process.  Free with your Dan & Travis Show subscription!

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DOCTOR OF THE DEAD 24: THE WALKING DEAD S05E06 – “CONSUMED”

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Carol feels “Consumed,” and as she and Daryl make their way into a post-apocalyptic Atlanta, they must decide not only how to survive but also if they’re still who they are, who they want to be, or just ashes. Fire can destroy, but it can also cleanse in the latest episode of THE WALKING DEAD. Join Arnold and Scott as they ponder a painting on the wall and chat about what was good, what wasn’t so good, and what sort of grade the Doctor thinks the episode deserves!

Also this episode: A runaway reactor is disgorging glowing radioactive zombies and Murphy meets a friend in Z NATION: “Going Nuclear!”

And: We take a brief look at GRIMM‘s take on the Jewish legend of the Golem!

Show Music: “Bitter Pill” (feat. Vosmoy) by Still Pluto.

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The Weekly Podioplex: November 18, 2014

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Can Dumb and Dumber To hold the top box office spot this weekend?  What new TV on DVD releases can you expect? It's all on a new The Weekly Podioplex.

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The Batcave Podcast: From the Files of the Batcomputer 09 - Batman 1966 DVD and Blu-Ray Review

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John offers his thoughts briefly on the release of the Batman 1966 television series on DVD and Blu-ray.  When it comes to this set, there are three ways of looking at it - the good, the bad, and the dumb.

 

Take a listen and let John know if you agree with him by writing thebatcavepodcast@gmail.com.


 

The Batcave Podcast: Episode 27 - Hizzonner the Penguin/Dizzonor the Penguin

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Aired November 2/3, 1966

It's election season once again and the fair citizens of Gotham City have the opportunity to vote for mayor.  It would appear that Mayor Linseed would easily win as he is a fine, upstanding politician, but then the Penguin throws his top hat into the ring.

 

As with any political process, something new gets the attention of the public, even that of an arch-criminal running for office.  There can only be one man who can stand up to this political machine - Batman.

 

Joining John to discuss this unusual episode that has many of the tropes of a Batman episode save for any real crime solving is writer/editor Glenn Greenberg.


Get your hands on the Batman 66 series via our link here on Amazon.  In doing so, you not only have this excellent, remastered set that you can watch and follow along the podcast with, but you support the podcast as well.

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Glenn Greenberg is an award-winning editor and writer. He worked extensively for Marvel Comics and DC Comics on such properties as Spider-Man, the Hulk, Superman, Star Trek, Star-Lord, the Silver Surfer, Thor, Iron Man, and Dracula, as well as Web-based tie-in projects for the film Superman Returns and the weekly comic-book series 52. His work has also appeared in such publications as TIME Magazine For Kids, Scholastic News, Time Out New York, Back Issue, and Smoke. Glenn has also written several works of proseStar Trek fiction for Simon and Schuster, and is now making the jump to The X-Files for an upcoming fiction anthology that will be published by IDW. He avidly covers all aspects of popular culture on his blog, “Glenn Greenberg’s Grumblings” (http://glenngreenbergsgrumblings.blogspot.com), and welcomes anyone and everyone to check it out.

Cyborgs - A Bionic Podcast: "The White Lightning War"

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Steve takes on moonshiners and even more facial hair in order to uncover a corrupt government official.

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Dayton Ward is the author of numerous media tie-in fiction works in such realms as Star Trek and The 4400.  He is also the author of such original works as Counterstrike, The Last World War, Book 2 and The Genesis Protocol. When he's not writing or working for a software design firm, he's busy indoctrinating his two lovely daughters into the worlds that have so seriously warped his mind.

WHO’S TALKING 12: DOCTOR WHO S08E12 – “DEATH IN HEAVEN”

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The Master is now Missy, Cybermen are clawing their way out of graves around the world, and even the Doctor, Clara, and UNIT may not be able to prevent the Army of the Dead from overwhelming the Land of the Living in the DOCTOR WHO Series 8 finale, “Death in Heaven!” Scott and Arnold definitely need help here, and who better to join them for the final showdown of Series 8 and a look back at Peter Capaldi’s first run of episodes than guest co-host SATINE PHOENIX (who last joined us for “Time Heist”)? Miao miao!

Show Music: Rory Hoy’s 50 Years Of Time And Space Mix.

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The CFQ Interview: Director Alexandre Aja on HORNS

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Dan Persons says:

A break from the standard Halloween fare of mad slashers and paranormal infestations, the new film HORNS brings a decidedly hometown slant to an examination of the good and evil that lives in all of us. Daniel Radcliffe plays Ig, a man (yes, man — we’re a long way from Hogwart’s) whose status within his small town after he’s accused of murdering his girlfriend isn’t at all helped once he starts growing a very Satanic pair of horns on his head. That these new appendages also compel people to confess their darkest desires and allow Ig to control their actions could be the double-edged sword that indicts him for his sins, or helps him find his love’s true murderer.

Director Alexandre Aja takes the wry intensity he brought to such projects as the remake of THE HILLS HAVE EYES and PIRHANA 3D, and turns it to a more Stephen Kingesque pallet with HORNS — not surprising, since the original novel was written by King’s son, Joe Hill. I got a chance to talk with Aja about his decision to steer his style in a new direction, working with Radcliffe, and more in this latest podcast. Click on the player to hear the show.

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The Cardboard Jungle: Episode 42-Topical Storm

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With Matt away, Anthony invites friends Lance Myxter & Chaz Marler over to guest host. Format be damned!!

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Generations Geek: Episode 26 - A Potpourri of Geekery

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Science fiction writer Scott Pearson (Star Trek: The Original Series: The More Things Change) and his daughter discuss the books, TV shows, comics, and movies that are currently feeding their geek. With a shout-out to their favorite restaurant in Duluth, Minnesota. Plus, soda. Bonus: A PSA on wearing your seatbelts and how to recover from drifting off the freeway. Hey, it’s potpourri.

 

 

Segments

Intro :30

A Generations Geek Public Service Announcement 1:13

The Enemy by Charlie Higson 5:58

A Star Trek Binge 8:37

Agents of SHIELD 10:00

The Walking Dead 12:07

Selfie 14:15

Gotham 14:44

Constantine 15:44

The Time-Wasting Internet 15:52

The Flash 17:16

In the Flesh 17:50

Agent Carter and the MU 19:10

Hawkeye and Deadpool comics 19:30

Parallel Man and Steed and Mrs. Peel 21:28

Age of Ultron 22:43

The Winter Soldier 26:34

More Age of Ultron 27:41

The Martian 29:26

 

The Battle of Five Armies 30:15


The Chronic Rift Spotlight: Graeme Harper

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Krissy Myers returns to host this Spotlight episode where she had the opportunity to sit in on a chat with British television director Graeme Harper.  While best known for his work on the Doctor Who series, Harper is known for a number of other British television shows which he talks about in this episode.

Comment on this episode here or by writing john@chronicrift.com.  Please rate the episode using our star system at the bottom of this entry.

 



Graeme Harper was originally a child actor, appearing in adaptations of "The Silver Sword" and "The Pickwick Papers" amongst other productions, before becoming a floor assistant at the BBC in 1965 and then an assistant floor manager in 1969. He worked on the Doctor Who adventures "Colony in Space," "Planet of the Daleks," "Planet of the Daleks" and "Planet of the Spiders" during the Jon Pertwee years, and "The Seeds of Doom" and "Warriors' Gate" in the Tom Baker era. In 1980 Harper started on the BBC's director's course. "The Caves of Androzani" was the first job he got as a freelance director after working on "Angels" for Julia Smith. Harper went on to direct one further Doctor Who story, "Revelations of the Daleks," and was also to have directed the third story in the abandoned season twenty-three which would have been either Philip Martin's "Mission to Magnus" or Robert Holmes's "Yellow Fever and How to Cure It." Harper went on to work on shows such as "District Nurse," "Hope and Glory," "Star Cops," "Boon," "The House of Windsor," "The Bill," "The House of Elliot" and "september Song" and is one of the industry's most sought after directors. In 1993 he was scheduled to direct "The Dark Dimension," an ultimately un-made thirtieth anniversary Doctor Who story.

 

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HG World: S0 E7 - "It's a World of Dread and Fear"

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***THIS EPISODE CONTAINS SCENES OF INTENSE VIOLENCE THAT MAY BE DISTRESSING TO SOME LISTENERS. LISTENER-DISCRETION IS ADVISED.***

Seasons change as we look in on the people of HG World, the First Church of Wishwell and the United Nations Necroambulate Disposal Detail. A stand off between the U N and Happy Valley Militia is interrupted by the arrival of a common enemy. Tensions between the constables of HG World come to a head. Ronni finally learns the fate of her family. Members of the church begin to break down as Pastor Dawkins tries to keep them calm and organized in preparation for a long, cold winter.

Featured in the cast were Frank Bedene as DAD, Mark Zaricor as DAWKINS, Jules Ismail as DIRK and KIRK, Lee Sands as DOGBERRY, Tracy Hall as DOREEN, Steve Cox as FISHER, Michael L Stokes as GRANT, Audio Élan as Mrs. GREEN, Ryan Smith as HICKS, Glenn Bartram as HUGH, DT Kelly as JEB, Lance Schonberg as KRANTZ, Shane Harris as MAYOR, Ayoub Khote as McINNES, Dedrick Jensen-Woodard as OHLSON, Becca Rinas as RONNI, Gwendolyn Jensen-Woodard as JO, Kimberly Gianopoulos as SGT WAKE, Eric Avedissian as THOMAS, Keith R A DeCandido as TODD RAGE, Ron Runeborg as YING.

The episode was Written and Directed by Jay Smith. Edited and Engineered by Michael Stokes HG World is produced by Jay Smith & Michael L Stokes with production assistance by Martha Linbo-Terhaar and Carole Stokes. Production Logo and additional Art by Adrianna Linbo-Terhaar.

​This show was edited with Reaper Audio Editor with some Sound Effects from freesound.org. For a full list of Freesound contributors, please visit us at www.goodmorningsurvivors.com. Jonathan Coulton appears courtesy of the Creative Commons License. Visit jonathancoulton.com for music downloads and concert information. Music Credits: "One of Them" - Kevin MacLeod "Cowboy Whiskey" by http://www.freesoundtrackmusic.com "Long Note One" - Kevin MacLeod "Trio for Piano, Cello, and Clarinet" - Kevin MacLeod "Stages of Grief" - Kevin MacLeod

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