Did I Fall Asleep: A Dollhouse Podcast – Ep 24 – Farm Animal Metaphors Are Not For Grown-ups.

In this week’s episode, Sox and Monkey discuss Season 2 Episode 11 of Dollhouse entitled “Getting Closer.” We miss Vi-Kiki, you can’t un-destroy that arm, and Dr. Strangely Literal strikes again (links from her in the shownotes below). Never-ending thanks and praise to Dr. Strangely Literal for gracing us with her wisdom once more. If you’d like to contact her she can be found on twitter @StrangelyLiterl and/or on her podcast’s twitter pages @ShadowShambler and @hgstorycast. Below are some links…

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Did I Fall Asleep: A Dollhouse Podcast – Ep 23 – Good God, DeWitt

In this week’s episode, Sox and Monkey discuss Season 2 Episode 10 of Dollhouse entitled “The Attic.” In this episode, Boyd’s home life is quite the mystery, TV show writer freak-outs result in Baby Adult Maggot Face Stuff, and we finally get sponsorship…   REFERENCE: Season 1 Episode 15 of SpongeBob REFERENCE: http://www.terrybisson.com/page6/page6.html ^^^Scifi short story gold, people.^^^

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Did I Fall Asleep: A Dollhouse Podcast – Ep 22 – C’mon, DeWitt

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/

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Did I Fall Asleep: A Dollhouse Podcast – Ep 20 – DeWitt’s Missing Eye Patch

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/

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