Self taught pediatrician Dr. Cynthia Bichon Frise-Kisse shares what she knows about terrible children, Picasso’s blue period, ways to spot a changeling, and the perils of coming up with a tight five.
Déjà vu aficionado Mick Kelleher joins the Siblings to explain the intricacies of memories and multiple dimensions, and to chat about the 1992 Dream Team, Tony Robbins, and JFK-jà vu.
High Schooler Ruby Krueger joins the siblings to talk about the hottest high school catch phrases, complications of dating apps, handbell choir and the meaning of sludge.
Off-World Acclimatizer Saul Rosen visits Adam and Sarah in the bunker to discuss Alf, 70’s streetwear, All in the Family, and the intricacies of Jdate.
This Episode, Adam gets some hosting assistance from former neighbor Julie Dench. They are joined by apocalypse real estate agent Karen Jonathan and talk deep well living, Australian accents, zombie musicals, and just Denchin’ it.
Etymologyst Greg Alphabet, schools Adam and Sarah on the origin of language, speaking in tongues, the magic of anagrams and BBQ.
The Siblings are joined this week by former Cosmonaut Vladimir Yelenov and his auntie for a revealing briefing on the space race, Epilady, and Mikael Gorbachev’s love of Pizza.
Long awaited guest August Fog joins Adam and Sarah for a lively conversation about flying reindeer, Yggdrasil, Krampus and Father Christmas himself
Joey X is back to discuss Ben Hur, martial arts in the desert, the death of Woof When, and (if you listen closely) the Russian connection to the JFK assassination.
Former public radio host Barbara Bird joins the siblings to discuss the disappearance of David Squires, Boston accents, and her take on the worst community theater of all time.
This week Adam and Sarah are joined by haunted item appraiser Terri Phipps for a chat about, haunted flutes, blood diamonds, marionettes and being trapped in relationships.
Kluth Kluvery joins the Adam and Sarah for an enlightening discussion about Sister Act, Meyer Lemon yoga pants, Slovenian sit-coms and a rousing game of Kluth or Dare.
This week, the Siblings learn about The Law of Attraction from Gwen Lorraine and “The Secret” behind vision boards, hemp, Pascal’s wager, and Haagen-Dazs delivery.
The Peculiars welcome subliminal message master Bill henderson and connect the dots while discussing dinosaurs, Shawshank, shrimp and home cooking.
Psychic and Animal Medium Caroline Neilsen and the Siblings discuss Hermit Crab Euthanasia, attractiveness of Septegenarians, the danger of cigarettes and anthropomorphic hot dogs.
Lucy Melbourne of Kindness for Animals, stops in to teach Adam and Sarah about the evils of factory farming, pot belly pigs, The Crucible and the dangers of the BLT.
Disney Historian Dominic Farfaglia visits the siblings and brings a nice appetizer plate of choice meats, and a full helping of choice words.
Yeti hunter and preservationist H.R.R. Howell teaches the siblings about Himalayan children's games, the benefits of human placenta, and what it feels like to lock eyes with a Yeti across a crowded ice sheet.
Joey X returns for more ramblings on the JFK assassination, the state of Woof When, his new favorite app Yatter, and the sultry sounds of The Guess Who.
M.U.S.K. International interim announcement. M.U.S.K. reaches all corners of the globe. Agent 78: Aleksandra Skolozynska
Entrepreneur Devin Skillen tells us the the tale of Detroit’s mischief maker La Nain Rouge, Michigan’s sandwich history, LIDdieS, and the ins and outs of corporate cease and desist orders.
Actor Usman Ally joins the siblings in the bunker for a discussion about people of color in Hollywood, unfortunate events, kidnapping, and pedestrian's rights.
Merrick DeGladstone regails us with stories of his worldwide search for Nazi gold, lost love in the Phillipines, and the danger of the Seven Eleven Slurpee.
Satan Celebrationist Kelly Monet teaches us the ins and outs of being the parent of a little demon, how to throw a great employee appreciation party and the perils of artificial insemination.