In this week’s episode, Sox and Monkey discuss Season 2 Episode 9 of Dollhouse entitled “Stop-Loss.” In this episode we can’t turn off the silly . . . ever, Sox means “black face bag” not “black-face bag,” and in the outro we have headphones on like the radio stars, we swear. In this episode we speak in-depthish about The Bright Sessions, a serialized fiction podcast of great merit. If you’ve been living under a rock, check this out: http://www.thebrightsessions.com/
In this week’s episode, Sox and Monkey discuss Season 2 Episode 8 of Dollhouse entitled “A Love Supreme.” Where we follow the Adventures of the B-Boys, this is the end of Sox incessantly quoting “How I Met Your Mother,” she swears, and, as it turns out, *she was a Capricorn.*
In this week’s episode, Sox and Monkey discuss Season 2 Episode 7 of Dollhouse entitled “Meet Jane Doe.” The technicality of the food stamps (or whatever) bothers Monkey, mutual masturbation exists in the mind, and what even are the specifics of this plan?! Potential links of interest (related to this episode): Find “Colored Streaks On Asian Women: The Subtle But Damaging Trope” by Alyssa Torres here: //www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/colored-streaks-on-asian-women-the-damaging-trope_us_580a54f5e4b0b1bd89fdb1b8 Find Daryl Gregory’s short story, “Second Person, Present Tense” here: http://clarkesworldmagazine.com/gregory_11_17_reprint/
In this week’s episode, Sox and Monkey discuss Episode 6 of Season 2 of Dollhouse entitled “The Left Hand.” In this episode there are parallels, parallels, parallels, we do some Mengelian experimentation, and we feature a particularly Halloweenie Jingle! Sox does mention MK Ultra in this episode. If you don’t know what it is, we ENCOURAGE you to look it up because a) lots of it is amazing and fascinating and b) sometimes conspiracy theories are the best part of…
In this week’s episode, Sox and Monkey discuss placing characters in Hogwarts houses, picking their patronuses, and we discuss other naming theme options for Dollhouses. Thus ensues bad/great tree jokes, Boyd Bear Bear Boyd, and recurring nightmares.