Sept. 8, 2021

Interlude - Directive 42

Interlude - Directive 42

Chad finds plays a tape he found that seems to be Lloyd visiting the crew of Podcast 42 to recruit replacements.


Chad finds plays a tape he found that seems to be Lloyd visiting the crew of Podcast 42 to recruit replacements. 

Special Thanks to Chris, Sabrina, JL, and Laura for playing in our sandbox.   

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WEBVTT 1 00:00:02.480 --> 00:00:06.480 Hey, Dana, can you come in here? Yeah, what's up? 2 00:00:06.679 --> 00:00:10.589 What's this? Yeah, that's a tape. I know it's a tape. 3 00:00:11.150 --> 00:00:14.669 Why is it here? Yeah, it does. A Mr Warrenson tape. 4 00:00:14.869 --> 00:00:18.629 Why does this a director forty two? Yeah, it does a just A. 5 00:00:19.550 --> 00:00:24.620 that's a Mr Warrenson tape. Did Lloyd Initiate Director Forty Two? You 6 00:00:24.899 --> 00:00:29.859 know, that's a big guy make a make up forty two, and that's 7 00:00:29.940 --> 00:00:33.500 A. that's a. When Mr Warrenton go on vacation, he was. 8 00:00:33.780 --> 00:00:36.570 He was making a forty two. I don't know what any of that meant. 9 00:00:37.329 --> 00:00:41.729 Yeah, the big guy make a forty two and Mr Warrington go and 10 00:00:41.770 --> 00:00:45.530 make a forty two. I know what director forty two is. I just 11 00:00:45.929 --> 00:00:50.240 don't know why I wasn't informed of it. Do you know what happens when 12 00:00:50.560 --> 00:00:55.320 anyone initiates directed forty two? Yeah, yeah, he make a. He 13 00:00:55.479 --> 00:01:00.799 make up forty two and no, no, I know know what a forty 14 00:01:00.880 --> 00:01:03.670 two is. It means we're going to be out of chops, like game 15 00:01:03.750 --> 00:01:10.150 over. Who was he talking to? Yeah, I know know who he 16 00:01:10.829 --> 00:01:17.310 talking to, but I think it was a spaceman, and spaceman space girl. 17 00:01:17.469 --> 00:01:23.500 That's spaceman in a space girl. Yeah, no, it's a spaceman. 18 00:01:23.099 --> 00:01:33.769 Spaceman and space girl and a Rambo and cowbow guy and and and Batman. 19 00:01:33.890 --> 00:01:37.290 Dana, you're killing me. I'm playing it. Oh Yeah, you 20 00:01:37.450 --> 00:01:41.250 know, supposed to play a four hundred and twenty two because Mr warrants now 21 00:01:41.329 --> 00:01:46.489 here to do intro as a it's a break a esthetics. I don't give 22 00:01:46.530 --> 00:01:49.519 a ratsass about the esthetics of the show. Where's Lloyd's music? Yeah, 23 00:01:49.560 --> 00:01:55.920 muscle warrant is say he has to do audience ros or a void of Killis 24 00:01:56.040 --> 00:02:00.319 Dana? The void's going to kill everyone if he replaces us. Here's a 25 00:02:00.239 --> 00:02:07.110 wait. Lloyd's music is called the lonely whale. Oh Yeah, you need 26 00:02:07.150 --> 00:02:12.550 to stop up, because I mr warrant. He says he has a he 27 00:02:12.710 --> 00:02:16.060 has to do an intro. Welcome to down to folk. I am Lloyd 28 00:02:16.139 --> 00:02:22.180 Warrington, the Pampa's ass with deep seated anger issues that can't find it with 29 00:02:22.300 --> 00:02:25.620 both hands. Yeah, just go be bad. Today we will be listening 30 00:02:25.860 --> 00:02:31.569 to me audibly trying to fuck over my colleagues and destroy the multiverses because I 31 00:02:31.650 --> 00:02:37.169 am pissed off at my own life choices. Now, if you excuse me, 32 00:02:37.969 --> 00:02:43.449 I will be retiring to my chambers to listen to this recording and masturbate 33 00:02:43.610 --> 00:02:49.159 furiously. Yeah, you need us a podcast about podcast forty two. The 34 00:02:49.319 --> 00:02:55.520 following recording is from podcast forty two, where I spend some time with two 35 00:02:55.639 --> 00:03:04.110 spacemen, a space girl, Rambo, the Cowbell guy and Batman. Sit 36 00:03:04.189 --> 00:03:29.969 Back, relax and enjoy the show. It's a current genetic year and podcast 37 00:03:30.129 --> 00:03:37.889 hosts Chris jail and Sabriner traveling in a spaceship borrowed from Elon Musk through an 38 00:03:37.930 --> 00:03:43.879 anomaly in space in search of their missing fourth post, Laura. They are 39 00:03:43.960 --> 00:03:49.599 traveling between different versions of Earth, inspired by pop culture. Beam through radio, 40 00:03:50.360 --> 00:03:55.430 TV and internet waves from the original home planet earth, now dubbed Earth 41 00:03:55.990 --> 00:04:00.189 x, to help them on their journey. The ship is equipped with three 42 00:04:00.229 --> 00:04:05.710 AIS, a navigation ai voiced by sylvester stallone, a maintenance ai voiced by 43 00:04:05.789 --> 00:04:12.939 Christopher walk in and a kitchen ai voiced by brooder. Sounds complicated, sounds 44 00:04:13.020 --> 00:04:18.379 convoluted, sounds awesome. It all slightly is join them on their journey as 45 00:04:18.379 --> 00:04:25.329 they learned pop culture history, both true and made up. It's podcast forty 46 00:04:25.449 --> 00:04:39.120 two, Chris, you need to get up here. We have a problem. 47 00:04:39.639 --> 00:04:44.160 No, what do you mean? No, I just came off at 48 00:04:44.240 --> 00:04:48.560 ten hours straight. It's space, it's inky blackness, it's stars, it's 49 00:04:48.680 --> 00:04:53.149 planets. I got a water my plant here. Can't you just handle it? 50 00:04:53.670 --> 00:04:57.310 You just came off ten hours of sitting in your captain's chair and playing 51 00:04:57.430 --> 00:05:02.189 candy crush, drinking starbucks and cutting your toenails. Bitch. By the way, 52 00:05:02.269 --> 00:05:08.579 I've got some foot fungal cream up here for you. Thanks. So, 53 00:05:09.620 --> 00:05:14.740 speaking of your captain's chair, wait, don't tell me you've been playing 54 00:05:14.779 --> 00:05:18.579 Fart Olympics in it again, haven't you? No Good Sabrina has though. 55 00:05:18.860 --> 00:05:24.610 Hey, Sabrina, well, I can't Fart in it now it's occupied. 56 00:05:25.050 --> 00:05:30.329 Well, that's good. Wait a minute, occupied. Yeah, there's a 57 00:05:30.610 --> 00:05:32.769 some guy in a threepiece suit sitting in it. That's why I need to 58 00:05:32.769 --> 00:05:36.680 get up here. He says he's only talked to the person in charge. 59 00:05:38.399 --> 00:05:43.319 He thinks it's you. You little. Does he know? That's actually it's 60 00:05:43.399 --> 00:05:46.519 a broken bubble head in the corner. Hardy, Har Har. Then it's 61 00:05:46.600 --> 00:05:50.790 me, then it's Sabrina, then it's you, and then it's that half 62 00:05:50.870 --> 00:05:55.910 eaten where there's original. That's stuck in the communications console. At least I'm 63 00:05:55.949 --> 00:06:00.550 higher than the werther's, barely. Are you done for now? How is 64 00:06:00.629 --> 00:06:03.899 there a guy in a threepiece suit just suddenly sitting in my chair? How 65 00:06:03.980 --> 00:06:10.819 did he get in here? Oh, yes, how did you get in 66 00:06:11.060 --> 00:06:15.300 here? Mosque, he says mask. Yeah, I heard them. The 67 00:06:15.420 --> 00:06:18.889 Intercom covers the whole bridge. Okay, well, just making sure. What 68 00:06:19.129 --> 00:06:26.730 is mask's Coom? What is it is the Ministry of augmented something, something 69 00:06:27.050 --> 00:06:30.930 and a k. How did you the Intercom covers the whole bridge. Remember 70 00:06:33.360 --> 00:06:39.920 what's that? And INTCOM? It's a means of communicating over far distances. 71 00:06:40.759 --> 00:06:45.720 Or did you mean bridge, because that has several definitions. You're funny. 72 00:06:46.800 --> 00:06:53.189 I like you. Now I mean mask. We are a multinational science group 73 00:06:53.310 --> 00:06:58.670 specializing in something and archiving of something else. That's as clear as how born 74 00:06:58.750 --> 00:07:03.420 in the wild, goat on the air, obscure reference check. What what? 75 00:07:03.779 --> 00:07:09.779 It's a two thousand and fifteen reality TV show. But nonetheless, allow 76 00:07:09.899 --> 00:07:15.420 me to introduce myself. You're allowed. Right, I wasn't asking permission. 77 00:07:15.970 --> 00:07:20.889 Per Mission granted. You are not one. I am Lloyd Warrington, chief 78 00:07:20.970 --> 00:07:27.930 engineer of Masque, and I'm Sabrina, chief pinball engineer of this ship. 79 00:07:28.410 --> 00:07:32.360 That's Jo you've met. Chris, the bubblehead doesn't have a name, but 80 00:07:32.519 --> 00:07:38.399 the half eaten where there's original likes to go by footy Chris. For now, 81 00:07:38.839 --> 00:07:42.360 would you kindly put some pants on and come talk to me here on 82 00:07:42.439 --> 00:07:46.829 the bridge facetoface, if only so this other one stops talking to me. 83 00:07:47.430 --> 00:07:51.709 Did you hear that? Steady, you are being too cherry. How did 84 00:07:51.790 --> 00:07:56.550 you know I wasn't wearing any pants? That is one of our specialties, 85 00:07:57.069 --> 00:08:01.899 pants prediction. No, science through archiving and storytelling. I don't know what 86 00:08:01.980 --> 00:08:05.819 that means. Chris, just get up here before Sabrina makes this man's head 87 00:08:05.860 --> 00:08:11.889 explode. I assure you that will not happen. My head can handle a 88 00:08:13.050 --> 00:08:18.769 lot. And Chris, yeah, I cannot stress this enough. Be Sure 89 00:08:18.889 --> 00:08:22.250 to arrive with pants on. Yes, with pants, of course, parents 90 00:08:22.970 --> 00:08:28.879 freshly lawnded pants preferably. I can make no promises. I'll be there in 91 00:08:28.959 --> 00:08:33.320 five. So where did you say you were from? A Good Mosque, 92 00:08:35.120 --> 00:08:39.559 the Ministry of augmented something, something and the K okay. No, Oh, 93 00:08:41.750 --> 00:08:48.029 just a k okay. Yes, where's this Ministry of some big words 94 00:08:48.110 --> 00:08:52.470 in the letter. It is a top secret government agency. Okay, we're 95 00:08:54.149 --> 00:08:58.779 what government? It is a secret it. I like secrets. What do 96 00:08:58.860 --> 00:09:05.100 you guys do there? We stole the launchest collection of folklore, fairy tales 97 00:09:05.460 --> 00:09:09.779 and legends that have always never existed. All have they? Have they? 98 00:09:09.409 --> 00:09:15.289 All have they? Well, if you're storing them, they have ha has. 99 00:09:16.929 --> 00:09:22.409 What did I miss? Well, Thomas Jefferson, not much, but 100 00:09:22.529 --> 00:09:26.480 we may have found some. Bringing the future husband. He makes just as 101 00:09:26.519 --> 00:09:31.039 much sense as she does. I don't know. I like my men a 102 00:09:31.159 --> 00:09:37.759 bit beautier and the little was pressed. That is what hell of a press 103 00:09:37.840 --> 00:09:41.950 suit. How do you put that on with a shoehorn? Shoehorn, are 104 00:09:43.029 --> 00:09:46.350 you my grandfather? All of a sudden, are shoehorns not a thing anymore? 105 00:09:46.830 --> 00:09:50.029 No one. Thousand Nine hundred and twenty called and they want their accessories 106 00:09:50.110 --> 00:09:56.019 back. My great uncle owned a shoehorn factory, the largest in the northeast. 107 00:09:56.500 --> 00:10:00.059 It employed three people. That doesn't seem like a lot. How big 108 00:10:00.139 --> 00:10:05.500 was this factory? The size of a half bath. That's not very big 109 00:10:05.539 --> 00:10:09.090 at all. Shut up, you know, for shoehorn factory it was. 110 00:10:09.769 --> 00:10:13.929 Your great uncle had three people plus himself working in the space. No bigger 111 00:10:15.169 --> 00:10:18.330 than a half bath. Yes, it was tight, but they made it 112 00:10:18.450 --> 00:10:22.799 work. Great uncle paid top wages, so everyone wanted to work for him. 113 00:10:22.200 --> 00:10:28.080 And what, dare I ask, was top wages? Seven cents an 114 00:10:28.120 --> 00:10:31.440 hour? Once again, that doesn't seem like a whole lot, it was 115 00:10:31.600 --> 00:10:35.549 for the time. Most places were only paying four cents an hour and apple 116 00:10:35.710 --> 00:10:41.350 was only paying two cents. Apple, the Tech Company, the one in 117 00:10:41.509 --> 00:10:45.629 the same apple, was not around in nineteen twenty. They sure were around 118 00:10:45.629 --> 00:10:50.419 in nineteen twenty. They were not making computers back then, though. Okay, 119 00:10:50.019 --> 00:10:54.820 let me guess here, since this is a subrina story. They were 120 00:10:54.899 --> 00:11:01.539 making apples. Now, peaches in a can. Lloyd, don't help, 121 00:11:01.899 --> 00:11:07.090 I am not. That would defeat my purpose for being here. You See, 122 00:11:07.450 --> 00:11:11.330 I am not here to help, but to acquire your help. Then, 123 00:11:11.409 --> 00:11:15.929 in exchange, I will help you. I remember needing anyone to help. 124 00:11:16.169 --> 00:11:18.879 You don't realize it, but you definitely need help. As long as 125 00:11:18.919 --> 00:11:24.240 I have my high lie and this new batch of liquid lollipop, I think 126 00:11:24.240 --> 00:11:28.360 I'll be good for hours. When the S DDLER are you talking about? 127 00:11:28.600 --> 00:11:35.190 You are lost right mostly in this conversation and maybe your dreamy eyes. We're 128 00:11:35.269 --> 00:11:39.909 not lost. The AI is working on it. I've been pushing doubles all 129 00:11:39.990 --> 00:11:43.870 day. It's not easy, you know. If you will, let the 130 00:11:43.909 --> 00:11:46.779 job I'm doing, you do yourself. WHOA easy, big guy. No 131 00:11:46.940 --> 00:11:52.100 one is complaining. Don't get your Bandana and a Ruffel Oh war a bad 132 00:11:52.139 --> 00:11:56.620 day with thirty years. If we could stop with all the needless dialog, 133 00:11:56.299 --> 00:12:01.889 that would be great. The scripts will be so much shorter. I don't 134 00:12:01.929 --> 00:12:05.330 know what you are talking about. So are you not trying to find your 135 00:12:05.409 --> 00:12:09.610 missing podcast host? We are. Do you know where she is? I 136 00:12:09.850 --> 00:12:16.279 do tell us, I won't you see it, masque, we specialize in 137 00:12:16.399 --> 00:12:20.080 certain things, and one of those things is helping podcasters help us. Helping 138 00:12:20.240 --> 00:12:26.559 podcasters help you do what? Promote? Are you want them five guys? 139 00:12:26.000 --> 00:12:31.389 No, absolutely not. That's good, because I still don't understand how something 140 00:12:31.429 --> 00:12:37.110 five dollars can cost six hundred. So how do you help podcasters? Help 141 00:12:37.269 --> 00:12:41.269 you? By unlocking their true potential. And how do you do that? 142 00:12:43.269 --> 00:12:46.580 Are you one of those guys and eat everything painstakingly drawn out of them? 143 00:12:46.940 --> 00:12:50.740 Precisely. Go ahead, Sabrina, ask again. Can I ask in a 144 00:12:50.779 --> 00:12:54.740 British accent? It's time. I don't see why not. And how do 145 00:12:54.820 --> 00:12:58.649 you do that, governor? By taking you to our secret location and making 146 00:12:58.769 --> 00:13:03.970 you tell stories. How is that going to do anything? Do you know 147 00:13:03.090 --> 00:13:09.250 who chat brock, Breida, Brett Jordan or aerial cooksie are? Yes, 148 00:13:09.809 --> 00:13:15.000 they are those podcasters that just up and disappear a year ago. Yet mysteriously, 149 00:13:15.480 --> 00:13:18.360 they are still putting out show. That show is broadcasted from our secret 150 00:13:18.480 --> 00:13:24.919 location, Wendy's. Wendy's, do you? God? No, I'm sorry, 151 00:13:24.919 --> 00:13:28.870 I didn't mean to imply that. I was just thinking about how good 152 00:13:28.029 --> 00:13:33.470 wendy sounds right now. I'm hungry, Chris, can you pay attention please? 153 00:13:33.470 --> 00:13:39.190 Yeah, sorry, so secret place, now Wendy's. Tell stories for 154 00:13:39.269 --> 00:13:43.620 the good of mankind. What does that have to do with us? Well, 155 00:13:43.659 --> 00:13:46.899 I happen to know the way to the water planet you seek. Great, 156 00:13:48.340 --> 00:13:52.059 tell us and we will plug it into the AI. Hey, what? 157 00:13:52.940 --> 00:13:56.330 Sorry, no, am I crunching nother, but I needn't learn my 158 00:13:56.330 --> 00:14:00.929 lights were a movie. Not So fast, I'm not telling you anything. 159 00:14:00.970 --> 00:14:05.009 I'm a big believer in quid pro quo. Are you also a believer in 160 00:14:05.169 --> 00:14:09.529 Bava beans and a nice canty? Damn, you beat me to it. 161 00:14:09.929 --> 00:14:13.919 Hey yet to be quick that is something you people do here, is it 162 00:14:13.080 --> 00:14:20.679 not? Interject pop culture references for no real reason except in an attempt to 163 00:14:20.879 --> 00:14:24.750 be edgy and funny and go off topic. Do you remember the shoehorn conversation? 164 00:14:24.789 --> 00:14:31.750 Yes, ridiculous. It almost seems like you are just trying to fill 165 00:14:31.870 --> 00:14:35.590 pages to make it to a half hour. whow? So what do we 166 00:14:35.750 --> 00:14:41.179 have to quid for you to pro quol? I am currently having a little 167 00:14:41.220 --> 00:14:46.100 issue with the three podcast as I currently have. Apparently they need sleep, 168 00:14:46.539 --> 00:14:52.610 food and bathroom breaks. Now one of them has a marshmallow fluff addiction, 169 00:14:52.769 --> 00:14:58.409 and I do not have time for any of that nonsense. So guess what, 170 00:14:58.370 --> 00:15:01.289 I think. I want to let them go. You'RE gonna fire them? 171 00:15:01.850 --> 00:15:07.799 No, I will let them go. I just said that. Were 172 00:15:07.879 --> 00:15:13.639 you not listening? You all let them go where? Not that it is 173 00:15:13.679 --> 00:15:18.159 any of your business, but into the void. Oh so when a Chris's 174 00:15:18.279 --> 00:15:24.590 thoughts interesting, sort of. The void is made up of the empty dreams 175 00:15:24.669 --> 00:15:28.990 and thoughts of the world. It is the start and end of time and 176 00:15:30.149 --> 00:15:33.590 has no time. It's what we had mask our tasked with holding back from 177 00:15:33.590 --> 00:15:39.419 eating the whole world up into its inky blackness. A thankless task, I 178 00:15:39.500 --> 00:15:43.419 might add, whoa back up their buddy. This is the comedy show. 179 00:15:43.860 --> 00:15:48.340 So so you're getting a little too heavy and rather spooky. So so, 180 00:15:48.460 --> 00:15:54.009 instead of the void, maybe you excel them to a Walmart in the paint 181 00:15:54.090 --> 00:16:02.370 section. You people are monsters raw. I need replacements until we can get 182 00:16:02.450 --> 00:16:07.480 permanent replacements. So that's where we come in. You need us to sleep, 183 00:16:07.840 --> 00:16:11.799 eat and party for them, and I can personally see to the marshmallow 184 00:16:11.879 --> 00:16:17.039 luff. Chris can handle the party part because he's full of crap most of 185 00:16:17.039 --> 00:16:19.389 the time. Wow, didn't see that one coming. You know, poop 186 00:16:19.389 --> 00:16:25.350 Jonges art my favorite, but they are solid number two. You guys realize 187 00:16:25.429 --> 00:16:29.629 that we aren't good enough to be the replacements. We're only going to be 188 00:16:29.830 --> 00:16:34.019 the temporary replacements. If it was good enough for Gene Hackman, it's good 189 00:16:34.059 --> 00:16:40.820 enough for me. Please stop. What I need right now is stories told, 190 00:16:41.860 --> 00:16:45.580 stories to hold back the void. That's easy. Listen, just sit 191 00:16:45.700 --> 00:16:51.049 right back and you'll hear a tale, a tale of a fateful trip that 192 00:16:51.409 --> 00:16:57.370 started from this tropic port. No Chat. I need original stories, not 193 00:16:57.610 --> 00:17:03.840 song lyrics, tales no one has ever heard before or will ever hear again. 194 00:17:03.440 --> 00:17:06.920 Do He just got me, Chad, I don't know. So you 195 00:17:07.000 --> 00:17:10.960 need something like you would find on the lower channels on your cable system. 196 00:17:11.200 --> 00:17:15.480 I don't know what that means, but sure, and if we help you, 197 00:17:15.559 --> 00:17:21.029 you will help us. Sure, that is what it seems like. 198 00:17:21.509 --> 00:17:26.269 Why do you feel like that? Like what? Like? Sure, that 199 00:17:26.589 --> 00:17:30.140 is what it seems like. What else am I supposed to say, Sabrina, 200 00:17:30.299 --> 00:17:34.259 stop growing him. Okay, we are down, great, because that 201 00:17:34.420 --> 00:17:52.210 his way you are going. What are they gone? Finally, I can't 202 00:17:52.289 --> 00:17:56.849 party right now. I've got to love my lights. Your Line is hand. 203 00:17:57.880 --> 00:18:03.720 It's not that hard. Also have to say, numbnomb, you're really 204 00:18:03.880 --> 00:18:08.200 stretching your acting chops. I'm doing more than Shaw. I'm gunn is. 205 00:18:08.759 --> 00:18:15.029 I don't know who that is. I guess Ruder and I will party without 206 00:18:15.150 --> 00:18:33.900 you. Catch up later. Where are we? And why don't we have 207 00:18:33.099 --> 00:18:40.779 marshmallows or Graham crackers or chocolate? I don't know, but the bugs are 208 00:18:40.900 --> 00:18:45.410 killer. I'm getting bit all over. Anyone have any off? Here you 209 00:18:45.529 --> 00:18:52.250 go, AH, who are you? Dunh? It's off girl. Hi, 210 00:18:52.369 --> 00:18:56.119 off girl. I'm an INSANET mask off. It's just one of my 211 00:18:56.200 --> 00:19:02.680 many responsibilities. Is another one of responsibilities, perhaps telling us what is going 212 00:19:02.799 --> 00:19:07.200 on? Yeah, and where is Lloyd? Lloyd is off ending the other 213 00:19:07.279 --> 00:19:10.069 matters. And yes, I'm here to set you up. Do you hear 214 00:19:10.150 --> 00:19:15.670 that? She's here to double cross us? What exactly got my eyes on 215 00:19:15.829 --> 00:19:19.309 you? I think she means she's here to help us tell these stories. 216 00:19:19.910 --> 00:19:25.420 Now days, I say, Jak. Now I'm here to help you get 217 00:19:25.460 --> 00:19:30.380 settled in. Settled in, I thought we were just replacing the DTF people 218 00:19:30.420 --> 00:19:34.819 until real replacements come in. Sir, I have a bad feeling about this. 219 00:19:36.740 --> 00:19:40.809 Me Too. Sabrina Solo, if you live with them, with the 220 00:19:40.849 --> 00:19:44.569 banal bands are we can get started. I'll need one of you to sit 221 00:19:44.650 --> 00:19:49.210 by this Byre and tell a story. I'll do it perfect. What's drawing 222 00:19:49.250 --> 00:19:52.279 am I telling? Oh, that's not up to me, it's up to 223 00:19:52.359 --> 00:19:59.720 the fire. I don't understand. Like do I ask the fire what story 224 00:19:59.759 --> 00:20:03.119 I'm telling? You don't have to ask. Just sit on this all lawn 225 00:20:03.160 --> 00:20:06.119 chair, like the one where the webbing is coming on done in the seat. 226 00:20:06.480 --> 00:20:08.910 Yes, that one. You think they would have lawn chairs that were 227 00:20:08.910 --> 00:20:12.829 a little more modern and not from my grandma's backyard. Maybe there are no 228 00:20:12.990 --> 00:20:18.670 lows around once you sit down, all will happen. One side sit down, 229 00:20:18.710 --> 00:20:23.220 all will happen. Yes, that's what I said. Sounds good to 230 00:20:23.259 --> 00:20:29.180 me. I'M gonna go sit down. I can't wait to see what all 231 00:20:29.619 --> 00:20:37.730 is Sabrina, yes, be careful, hops don't worry, I've sat down 232 00:20:37.769 --> 00:20:51.640 before. I'm kind of an expert. Actually, a long time am ago, 233 00:20:52.240 --> 00:20:57.119 in a faraway place, there lived a family of Nos. What is 234 00:20:57.240 --> 00:21:03.079 happening? He is telling the story, the story the fire is sending her. 235 00:21:03.799 --> 00:21:07.789 There was a Dune, the dad, and Advera, the MOM. 236 00:21:07.150 --> 00:21:11.630 How is the fire sending her? The story. The kids names were Ako, 237 00:21:12.269 --> 00:21:18.420 Armida, family backsy, and the youngest bell pepper. Bell Pepper, 238 00:21:18.579 --> 00:21:22.980 really please, the story has begun. I don't want to have to tell 239 00:21:23.059 --> 00:21:29.900 you again. Bell pepper wasn't feisty one. She would often wander far off 240 00:21:30.059 --> 00:21:33.529 into the fields by herself, well past midnight, when it was the most 241 00:21:33.609 --> 00:21:40.369 dangerous of time for gnomes to be wandering by themselves. Her mother would often 242 00:21:40.490 --> 00:21:45.170 scold her when caught saying AH, Bell, know to which Bell Pepper would 243 00:21:45.210 --> 00:21:51.960 reply, I'm just going to the salad bar to have a few dranks. 244 00:21:52.319 --> 00:21:57.920 Everything is cool. Stop getting your nome panties in a twist. This story 245 00:21:59.039 --> 00:22:03.069 doesn't sound like the usual stuff that is broadcasted from down to folk, or 246 00:22:03.349 --> 00:22:07.029 does it? I think you're right. It's its hat off. Sabrina, 247 00:22:07.430 --> 00:22:15.619 Sabrina. What what we're where am I? What? Sabrina, honey, 248 00:22:15.819 --> 00:22:19.059 and could you do me a favor and tell the story a little more breath 249 00:22:19.180 --> 00:22:26.099 here? Story? What? What story? Never mind that, just try 250 00:22:26.140 --> 00:22:27.700 to be a little more monotone. But sexy, a mon a town. 251 00:22:27.779 --> 00:22:34.890 Okay, so like me, yes, the sexy, I. I don't 252 00:22:36.170 --> 00:22:40.049 know what you're talking about. Just trust me. Okay, a we call 253 00:22:40.130 --> 00:22:45.240 it mermaids style. Mermaids style. Okay, so just get up from the 254 00:22:45.359 --> 00:22:49.480 chair and sit back down. That will restart the story and you can try 255 00:22:49.519 --> 00:23:07.150 it again. Gotcha. No, Bell Peppers, mother would say you are 256 00:23:07.309 --> 00:23:12.660 much too young to be going to the salad bar. That's fur mature GNOMES, 257 00:23:14.339 --> 00:23:18.740 gnomes who have now surpassed their four hundred viewing of the Moon twelve times. 258 00:23:19.700 --> 00:23:26.329 Um Mother. How exactly do I calculate that math, Bell Pepper asked? 259 00:23:26.809 --> 00:23:33.930 Well, dear you simply take four hundred divided by twelve and then multiply 260 00:23:33.650 --> 00:23:41.079 that by thirty one. And Oh, I don't know. Just trust me. 261 00:23:41.799 --> 00:23:48.839 This made bell pepper sad because she knew her mother failed math class. 262 00:23:48.440 --> 00:23:52.759 Okay, stop stopping, this is not working. This sounds worse than before. 263 00:23:53.359 --> 00:23:57.309 You should probably just let her finish in her own style. I mean, 264 00:23:57.430 --> 00:24:02.630 you guys were not happy with the previous host so why will we try 265 00:24:02.670 --> 00:24:06.710 to imitate them? It makes no sense, kind of like the story Sabrina's 266 00:24:06.829 --> 00:24:08.829 telling. Listen, I don't make the roles, I just need you to 267 00:24:08.869 --> 00:24:19.259 follow them. Sabrina, happy birthday. Where am I listen? Just finish 268 00:24:19.380 --> 00:24:23.490 the story and whatever way that feels comfortable to you. Okay, what story? 269 00:24:25.009 --> 00:24:40.880 Just stand up and see back down again. Exercise Meat. So Bell 270 00:24:41.119 --> 00:24:47.839 Pepper, being who Belle pepper is, which is someone who realize on social 271 00:24:47.960 --> 00:24:52.269 media for all their facts, especially on medical science information, went to the 272 00:24:52.390 --> 00:24:57.990 celad bar anyway, and it was happening. The music was Funky, the 273 00:24:59.549 --> 00:25:04.670 bodies were sweaty, the boys were fly and the girls were fly, and 274 00:25:04.789 --> 00:25:10.420 what I mean is they were like literally flies, just flies everywhere, like 275 00:25:10.579 --> 00:25:15.819 they were just because someone had like red wedding the joint and our prior so 276 00:25:15.980 --> 00:25:19.819 like bell pepper's mom hadn't delayed her with the confusing age math conversation. Then, 277 00:25:19.900 --> 00:25:23.970 like bell pepper, would have been toasts, just like these disco zombies. 278 00:25:25.809 --> 00:25:30.849 Huh, said Bell Pepper out loud. Then she like googled map the 279 00:25:30.009 --> 00:25:36.359 next nearest nightclub and dancing that away. Come morning she was hit by a 280 00:25:36.359 --> 00:25:40.960 drunk driver and died while trying to make her way home. Why? Because 281 00:25:41.119 --> 00:25:45.559 death is a bitch and death will make you her bitch. Bitch in. 282 00:25:45.680 --> 00:25:55.470 Okay, Sabrina, you can get out of the chair now. Happy Birthday. 283 00:25:56.190 --> 00:26:00.390 What happened? Nothing, just the dumbest story to ever come out of 284 00:26:00.470 --> 00:26:07.380 your brain hole. HM, remember that. I do remember standing in a 285 00:26:07.420 --> 00:26:11.700 nightclub with a bunch of dead GNOMES, though. Well, that was horrible. 286 00:26:11.539 --> 00:26:17.420 WHO's next? You are, but we are traveling to the broadcast studio. 287 00:26:17.700 --> 00:26:22.450 You should probably play some of that transitioning music. Gotcha. Jail loves 288 00:26:22.490 --> 00:26:30.769 it. So we picked you, Chris. That the the next story, 289 00:26:30.970 --> 00:26:36.880 and this state of the art rockcasts round because you have a broadcasting degree. 290 00:26:37.640 --> 00:26:42.559 Stay to the art. Really then, why is the door all mangled? 291 00:26:44.160 --> 00:26:47.710 Don't worry about that, Chris. We want you to use your best radio 292 00:26:47.750 --> 00:26:52.549 voice for this next segment. This is my radio Voice. No, seriously, 293 00:26:52.710 --> 00:26:56.230 all joking, a site. We need a broadcasting voice like Kat's. 294 00:26:56.750 --> 00:27:00.269 Well, this is it. It's my radio Voice, my acting voice, 295 00:27:00.390 --> 00:27:04.180 my everyday voice. I'm kind of a one trick pony. How did you 296 00:27:04.299 --> 00:27:08.859 graduate? easy, everybody graduates from the school I went to. I see. 297 00:27:08.980 --> 00:27:12.259 Well, okay, let's just see how it goes. And why don't 298 00:27:12.259 --> 00:27:18.970 you sit down in the chair over there in front of you with a story 299 00:27:18.049 --> 00:27:23.329 we want you to read clearly into the microphone. Okay, it just doesn't 300 00:27:23.329 --> 00:27:27.529 beam into my head like I did with Sabrina. Now this is a different 301 00:27:27.609 --> 00:27:33.279 room with a different tonal atmosphere. Gotcha, Asa, please just stick to 302 00:27:33.319 --> 00:27:37.799 the words on the paper. No problem, all right. Begin once there 303 00:27:37.920 --> 00:27:41.839 was a simple man, was simple needs and a simple wife and three simple 304 00:27:41.920 --> 00:27:45.789 kids. Like the kids were really simple, dumb as rocks, one might 305 00:27:45.829 --> 00:27:49.950 say. This man was a bell pepper farmer, and not only that, 306 00:27:51.750 --> 00:27:56.750 he was probably the greatest bell pepper farmer in the land, mostly because he 307 00:27:56.950 --> 00:28:00.859 was the only bell pepper farmer in the land. You see, there wasn't 308 00:28:00.859 --> 00:28:03.819 a lot of recipes that called for Bell Peppers in this day and age. 309 00:28:03.619 --> 00:28:08.819 Those recipes hadn't been invented yet. Currently, there's only like six really good, 310 00:28:10.019 --> 00:28:14.529 solid bell pepper recipes floating out there. Stop, what are you doing? 311 00:28:15.289 --> 00:28:17.690 What? You need to stick to the story in front of you. 312 00:28:17.769 --> 00:28:21.250 I clearly express that. Like a minute ago I was that in a little 313 00:28:21.329 --> 00:28:25.170 Improv the story is kind of flattened boring. I was punching it up a 314 00:28:25.210 --> 00:28:27.200 little bit. No, no, don't punch it up. Just read the 315 00:28:27.240 --> 00:28:32.720 copy as it is, okay, just as it's written, no deviation. 316 00:28:33.119 --> 00:28:37.640 I got it serious. You could do great damage by not reading it as 317 00:28:37.680 --> 00:28:41.190 it is. Okay, Chris, I heard you. You sound just like 318 00:28:41.349 --> 00:28:45.349 my wife, who, I'm sorry, very wise and knows what she is 319 00:28:45.509 --> 00:28:48.549 talking about. Jeff, the copy as it is written. You want me 320 00:28:48.589 --> 00:28:52.069 to start sometime today, or do you want to keep harping on me? 321 00:28:52.390 --> 00:28:59.220 I'm trusting you. Go ahead. So the bell pepper farmer had to go 322 00:28:59.299 --> 00:29:03.299 to market. He had just spent the previous day harvesting and procured a marvelous 323 00:29:03.339 --> 00:29:10.130 batch of for bell peppers. Only, only for really, like for the 324 00:29:10.170 --> 00:29:17.410 whole day or the whole season, Chris. Sorry, sorry. So the 325 00:29:17.490 --> 00:29:22.529 bell pepper farmer kisses his simple wife and simple children on the head four times 326 00:29:22.609 --> 00:29:29.559 each. Why did you kiss US four times. My dear Chris, what 327 00:29:30.000 --> 00:29:36.240 no voice says. Don't do a voice. That was the farmer's wife's voice. 328 00:29:36.240 --> 00:29:40.630 It punches up the story. He remember. No punching, no punching 329 00:29:40.789 --> 00:29:45.710 up, no punching down, no punching sideways. Just leave your hands at 330 00:29:45.750 --> 00:29:48.910 your side. I'm not using my hand us. No, no punching. 331 00:29:49.910 --> 00:29:53.700 Okay, but you see, with my vocal tone, I need to separate 332 00:29:53.819 --> 00:29:57.019 the characters in the story or it's just going to sound all the same. 333 00:29:57.740 --> 00:30:02.740 No separating, just read it as it was written. Do you want me 334 00:30:02.779 --> 00:30:06.740 to do it? I am the most talented one on our show. Yeah, 335 00:30:06.779 --> 00:30:10.529 him and the refrigerator that holds the beer. Now I think about it, 336 00:30:11.130 --> 00:30:14.009 the refrigerator has a little bit of an edge on you, and maybe 337 00:30:14.170 --> 00:30:18.930 true. However, this still puts me above everyone else. Fine, Chris, 338 00:30:18.130 --> 00:30:22.680 you're out. Oh Darn, Lja, you're in. It's JL whatever, 339 00:30:23.079 --> 00:30:27.960 capital J, capital l not like I AMDB has it. I don't 340 00:30:29.000 --> 00:30:33.119 care. Hey, that's my digital footprint we're talking about here. I'm about 341 00:30:33.119 --> 00:30:36.230 to put my digital footprint up your rast. Oh, I want to see 342 00:30:36.269 --> 00:30:38.390 that now. Just three the page as it is. Do you want me 343 00:30:38.430 --> 00:30:41.349 to start over? Oh, God. No, we need to get this 344 00:30:41.509 --> 00:30:45.869 one done. Just start off where it says, why did you kiss me 345 00:30:45.029 --> 00:30:49.019 four times? Dear? Okay, begain o. Why did you kiss me 346 00:30:49.099 --> 00:30:55.940 four times? Dear? Each kiss brings one good buck to each bell pepper, 347 00:30:56.380 --> 00:31:00.180 replied the farmer. And I will have the grandest luck, for I 348 00:31:00.339 --> 00:31:06.049 have the grandest bell peppers and the grandest family in the land. All of 349 00:31:06.130 --> 00:31:10.930 our children were born with Iq is of Eight. Dear, replied the bell 350 00:31:11.009 --> 00:31:14.690 peppers farmer's wife. What are you doing? Reading the story, just like 351 00:31:14.809 --> 00:31:17.650 you asked. I'm not, Dude, stupid voices, Lee Chris did, 352 00:31:17.890 --> 00:31:22.559 but you are. You're doing a voice. Yeah, Patrick Warburn, I'm 353 00:31:22.599 --> 00:31:25.880 doing one voice, not a bunch of stupid ones. I didn't do a 354 00:31:25.920 --> 00:31:27.559 bunch of stupid voices, I did one as well. Yeah, you did 355 00:31:27.599 --> 00:31:33.269 the typical Moldipov Lady Voice, the one of two voices that you do. 356 00:31:33.829 --> 00:31:38.069 Actually have three voices, old Monty, Python, lady Brooder and David Letterman, 357 00:31:38.150 --> 00:31:44.470 imitating a dumb guy. So you're imitating David Letterman, imitating a dumb 358 00:31:44.509 --> 00:31:48.500 guy. Yep, pull, that's right, poll YEP, Yep. I 359 00:31:48.579 --> 00:31:52.220 hate to break this up, but actually I love to break this up because 360 00:31:52.339 --> 00:31:56.900 mask has a deadline. Oh, we're not good with deadline, sister. 361 00:31:57.500 --> 00:32:00.059 I'm beginning to see that. Listen, you guys, stay right here. 362 00:32:00.259 --> 00:32:04.130 I need to make a quick phone call. Do you want me to continue 363 00:32:04.210 --> 00:32:09.809 reading? Absolutely not. Just sit tight, a weird expression. Sit tight 364 00:32:10.210 --> 00:32:14.569 like ones. It's loose. I don't get it. I tend to just 365 00:32:14.730 --> 00:32:29.720 slouch. Hello, can you connect me to Lloyd? He's busy. Can 366 00:32:29.759 --> 00:32:34.069 I leave a message? Tell him the replacements are not working and to hold 367 00:32:34.109 --> 00:32:42.990 off the pair of anguish on the old cast for a minute. I had 368 00:32:43.069 --> 00:32:47.819 a pair of anguish ones was about three weeks past ripeness. I think she's 369 00:32:47.859 --> 00:32:52.819 talking about the torture device that is called the pair of anguish. I know 370 00:32:53.539 --> 00:32:59.490 my bowels were in torture for two days. Okay, TMI, I agree. 371 00:33:00.009 --> 00:33:04.250 I agree to where did you come from? He does that? You 372 00:33:04.369 --> 00:33:07.130 get you sweat after a century. So you got my method. I did 373 00:33:07.250 --> 00:33:13.440 get your message and I'm very disappointed. This will set us back weeks. 374 00:33:13.799 --> 00:33:16.559 I wasn't the one that called for replacements. I wasn't the one either. 375 00:33:16.960 --> 00:33:22.440 All right, you the boss? Yes, okay, well, that explains 376 00:33:22.519 --> 00:33:25.200 that. So what do you want to do? Both. Do you think 377 00:33:25.279 --> 00:33:30.869 it's too late to bring in the CRETANS guild? You know, never mind 378 00:33:30.950 --> 00:33:36.670 for now. Let's bring back Chaz AERIEL and Brajoordan. Cad, what did 379 00:33:36.750 --> 00:33:40.819 I say? You said Chaz, which sounds like a character from saved by 380 00:33:40.859 --> 00:33:45.740 the bell. The new class now streaming on peacack. Why did you say 381 00:33:45.779 --> 00:33:51.980 it like that? Say It what like like you're being paid to say it. 382 00:33:53.099 --> 00:33:59.009 Don't be silly. Not being paid to say anything. Say by the 383 00:33:59.089 --> 00:34:01.369 bell. The new class follows a new group of Bay side high students from 384 00:34:01.450 --> 00:34:07.250 both overprivileged and working class families. This was due to a plan concocted by 385 00:34:07.250 --> 00:34:10.559 now California Governor Zach Morris. Only on Peacock, spreat, I got a 386 00:34:10.639 --> 00:34:16.079 brand deal without US enough. Bring Back Chet Air Bland Bridge Ordan for now, 387 00:34:16.119 --> 00:34:21.559 until we figure something else out. CAD, whatever, what do I 388 00:34:21.679 --> 00:34:25.269 do with these three? I don't care. Drop them off at Wendy's, 389 00:34:25.590 --> 00:34:30.550 take them to the void or the paint section at Walmart, it doesn't matter 390 00:34:30.670 --> 00:34:36.190 to me. Or back to our ship? I don't think so. Why? 391 00:34:37.349 --> 00:34:42.500 Because you have helped none and may even have caused more damage to the 392 00:34:42.579 --> 00:34:47.260 fabric of the universe. please. What I always pictured the fabric of the 393 00:34:47.340 --> 00:34:52.530 universe, as please. Very versatile, you know, except in the summer 394 00:34:52.570 --> 00:34:58.809 when it's a hundred degrees outside. Even then. Oh, I dis agree, 395 00:34:58.849 --> 00:35:04.409 Lucy. What do not get involved. Sorry, I have other matters 396 00:35:04.489 --> 00:35:08.239 to attend to, so I shall take my leave. Lucy. Yes, 397 00:35:08.760 --> 00:35:14.199 this gives you the opportunity to commit career suicide by stabbing me in the back 398 00:35:14.239 --> 00:35:17.480 and letting these three get back to their ship. Of course, I'll be 399 00:35:17.599 --> 00:35:22.949 back later and I expect a full report, so which I'll have none, 400 00:35:22.510 --> 00:35:27.389 to which the audience will be left to wonder what my faith is. I'll 401 00:35:27.429 --> 00:35:31.590 be looking forward to it. Hey, where did you go? Seems like 402 00:35:31.670 --> 00:35:36.739 a vanish, but also seems like he walked out of the scene. Yeah, 403 00:35:36.900 --> 00:35:40.860 he does that. It's very creepy. So you're letting us go, 404 00:35:42.179 --> 00:35:45.659 right, of course I'm letting you go. And how do we go? 405 00:35:45.940 --> 00:35:50.289 How do we get back to our ship? Well, first I'll put these 406 00:35:50.329 --> 00:36:00.130 burlap bags on your heads, it's so dark. Then the shots to your 407 00:36:00.130 --> 00:36:22.030 arm. Wow, I think we are still here at mask. I think 408 00:36:22.070 --> 00:36:27.710 so too. And an odd twist of irony, the mask people seem to 409 00:36:27.750 --> 00:36:31.190 be gone. That doesn't make any sense. Did just up and leave, 410 00:36:31.550 --> 00:36:35.739 like pack up all other stuff and move out. At least the fire is 411 00:36:35.900 --> 00:36:39.019 still here. We won't be cold. They took the lawn chair, though 412 00:36:39.420 --> 00:36:43.900 it was a crappy lawn chair. Say, do you guys want to send 413 00:36:43.940 --> 00:36:47.730 campfires on? No, do you want to make some Moors with what ingredients? 414 00:36:49.250 --> 00:36:52.769 Do you want to contact a ship with our communicators? You just stop 415 00:36:52.969 --> 00:36:57.889 talking for a minute so we can think. Jeech. Fine, it's just 416 00:36:58.130 --> 00:37:02.079 making suggestions. Wait, we still have all our tech. We can just 417 00:37:02.239 --> 00:37:07.320 call the ship to beam us back aboard. If the ship can find us, 418 00:37:07.360 --> 00:37:10.679 it has to know our location, which it should, because we are 419 00:37:10.719 --> 00:37:15.269 all tracked. I'm definitely track. I got a new beat dropping ones and 420 00:37:15.389 --> 00:37:20.590 soundcloud. It's a collab with billy eilish. Not going there, ship. 421 00:37:20.789 --> 00:37:25.030 Can you beat US aboard? I can try. Your position is fuzzy. 422 00:37:25.710 --> 00:37:30.380 That's what my husband says. What but ship, what do you mean? 423 00:37:30.940 --> 00:37:36.820 I'm showing you as anywhere between voice see, Idaho and Moscow, Russia. 424 00:37:37.579 --> 00:37:43.380 where. That's not good. You Think, Oh, jail snock me to 425 00:37:43.619 --> 00:37:47.050 just rose. You could be in the middle of the ocean, somewhere in 426 00:37:47.130 --> 00:37:52.969 the desert too, very close in climate places. I can see where you 427 00:37:52.010 --> 00:37:58.840 would get that confused. Oh the signal, it's getting stronger. Keep it 428 00:37:58.880 --> 00:38:02.800 up, jail, keep what up being awesome, because clearly I'm the only 429 00:38:02.920 --> 00:38:07.199 crew member to do so. Almost got you. Hey, Jill, who's 430 00:38:07.239 --> 00:38:12.079 the most oprated wrestler of all time? I could be any number of them. 431 00:38:12.320 --> 00:38:15.429 What are are we talking about? Wrong, the answers the ultimate warrior. 432 00:38:15.469 --> 00:38:20.829 Oh yeah, like that's true. Chris used to wear DART vader under 433 00:38:20.829 --> 00:38:24.309 rus and comb your a style haircut every morning to Laura Brannigan's, Gloria, 434 00:38:24.989 --> 00:38:42.210 Gotcha. It's so good to be back. Thanks to me, glory, 435 00:38:43.050 --> 00:38:47.250 glory, yeah, I think I got your number, Loria. Time to 436 00:38:47.369 --> 00:38:53.329 comb my hair. Ship. Just where were we? Where is mask located? 437 00:38:53.730 --> 00:38:59.039 I don't know. Then, how did you pinpoint US exactly? It 438 00:38:59.239 --> 00:39:06.679 was just a white beacon of jail sock shining through the anky blackness. Like 439 00:39:06.880 --> 00:39:12.030 I said, you're all welcome for my presence. Oh, I see it 440 00:39:12.349 --> 00:39:17.309 again. So any chance we can find the water planet? Actually, yeah, 441 00:39:17.949 --> 00:39:22.510 of do Wa bleves. They're right next to you. Well, I 442 00:39:22.590 --> 00:39:25.739 actually heading there right now. How do you know which one is the right 443 00:39:25.860 --> 00:39:30.019 one? Oh, what of the the other ones? Full of cruise ships. 444 00:39:30.460 --> 00:39:34.900 That's still doesn't answer the question. Sabrina, it's the CRU ship one. 445 00:39:34.980 --> 00:39:39.570 Duh? Oh, yeah, because Laura loves napkin folding classes and sculptures 446 00:39:39.650 --> 00:39:45.449 made from fruit to buffet's. Sure ship set a course for the one with 447 00:39:45.610 --> 00:39:49.090 the cruise ships on it. Oh, it does. Do you think she 448 00:39:49.170 --> 00:39:52.480 bought the drink package? Yeah, it is choking. You know she bout 449 00:39:52.480 --> 00:40:09.110 the drink package. Podcast forty two is performed by Christopher Devas, Yale Tross, 450 00:40:09.630 --> 00:40:15.550 Laura Devas and Sabrina. The are all celebrity voices are impersonated poorly in 451 00:40:15.710 --> 00:40:22.300 this particular episode. All information given may or may not be true. 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