Haiku (in memory of Bartolomeu Dias)
First Time South of the Equator
Bruce and Mike talk with people who claim they’re visiting Worcester to wait for an alien landing at the airport. For more about the Worcester Airport, see the FlyORH Blog. For postage stamps with pictures of aliens, see the Fortean Times.
On television, this episode is followed by the short film Man and His Culture.
Bruce and Natashe talk about witches.
With special guest Steve Fischer!
Mike and a very tired Bruce celebrate the “100th” episode of the Community Show with Grace Duffy, Kevin Ksen, and Dave Maciewski. Topics include neighborhood revitalization in Worcester, the genius of Isa Chandra Moskowitz, and zombie films.
Background video: “200”, by Vincent Collins.
Directed by Nicole Belanger and Mike Benedetti.
Mike: “I just want to say, Isa Chandra Moskowitz is a genius. This cake . . . the proof is in the cake.”
Bruce: “I say probably 30% that I’m vegetarian and probably the rest of it I’m just, strictly just too metal.”
Bruce and Mike talk to Catholic Worker Scott Schaeffer-Duffy about the Three Stooges.
The medicinal effects of the Three Stooges have not been investigated.
As seen on WCCA TV13.
Among the things revealed in this episode: Bruce has four sides, Moe Howard was the first American film actor to portray (and mock) Hitler, there is hope for Worcester after all.
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Many thanks to Sam Gaskin for the opening animation, and to Nicole Belanger for directing.