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It’s Halloween!  KC and Sue discuss the classic Gene Wilder and Mel Brooks film: Young Frankenstein!

But first, we chat a little bit about the pressures of Halloween, what we’ve been up to, and share some listener feedback.

And then, we have a bit of an announcement.  After much thought, and over 5 years and 100+ podcast episodes, we have decided to bring Anomaly Supplemental to a close.  Plus, the timing felt right, with Anomaly currently on a break with a plan to “relaunch” in a bit.  We have a couple more episodes in the pipeline, and then we’ll be signing off of the show.  But we’ll still be a part of the Anomaly community.

And then, finally, it’s on to our main topic.  We give a brief summary, laugh, talk about our favorite scenes, and share some behind-the-scenes stories that we dug up with the help of YouTube, IMDB, and Wikipedia.

Download the episode now >>

Coming Up on Anomaly Supplemental:
November 13 – Jonathan Strange & Mr. Norrell (book and miniseries)
November 27 – Dr. Horrible’s Sing-A-Long Blog (Podcast Finale!)

Time Stamps

1:55 – Watcha been doing?
7:40 – Listener Feedback
11:31 – Announcement!
15:21 – Young Frankenstein

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Special Thanks

About The Hosts

The theme music for Anomaly Supplemental is the song “I’ll Still be a Geek After Nobody Thinks it’s Chic (The Nerd Anthem)” from the album “Got To Fly” and is used by permission of Marian Call.

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If you have feedback, comments, or questions for the Anomaly Supplemental podcast, you can email or send audio comments to moregirlygeekz(at)gmail.com.

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KC
KCCo-Host/ Anomaly Supplemental
After misspellings of her first name and confusion with her middle name sounding like “Klingon,” she now uses her initials as her nom de plume.
Sue
SueCo-Host/ Anomaly Supplemental
Sue is a trekkie, a tap dancer, a juggler, a sports fan, an amateur photographer, a Henson fan, a blogger, a theatre nerd, a reader, a board-gamer…and therefore an “Anomaly”.