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Episode Info: Greetings and welcome dear and venerable listeners. It is I, the blue and grey scaled one taking command of the website for the time being. Fear not, the hare is still very much here, staring over my shoulder, glaring at me as I write. I feel his eyes boring into me like… well nevermind that. Tonight’s show had nine e-mails waiting, but alas we could not read them all. We attempted to read the most relevant messages, saving three letters for the next show. Our deepest apologies. We do so hate not getting through all our e-mails in a single show. We begin with having forgotten what this episode was to be called and learning something that explains a good deal about Kyo and how he became the way he became. From there we move on to Pee Wee’s Playhouse, Halfwit letting another lady fondle her to discover that yes… those are indeed real, Kyo using his prosthetic breasts as a melee weapon, and all of this before Istanbul is slain by a gunshot wound to the head. And immediately revived. Cast discussion involved me explaining a story about the strife my family has been going through within the last week, and all that it meant. Halfwit’s word of the week ‘Aver’ is provided and her topic runs away. Istanbul mentions the new pope, though it seems he has trouble pronouncing it, we have begun his elocution lessons, and then mentions that we have been nominated for an Ursa Major award! I made some terrible my little pony reference and we moved on. Kyo described a video series he intends to start up soon regarding lessons in how to um…‘werk’ I believe it is… your drag. When we get to the e-mails, we have five that we read. The first was about a dragon fellow who has grown distant with his parents, which drew out a good deal of discussion. The second was a bit simpler, asking about the appropriate level of swearing which was answered fairly quickly. The third was about a young fellow who was removed from his family at a very young age and has only just recently been permitted contact with them again, struggling to connect. The music break came forth and then the fourth message was read, discussing a longtime listener whose father had a minor stroke. Our sympathies are extended and hope to hear he recovers fully. The fifth letter was quite long and delved quite deeply into the dynamic between him, his father, his mother, and between both parents. Again, our sympathies for struggling with such unpleasantness. The sixth and final message was about a lis
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