Episode 48: ALIENS

So we took a short (uh, 5 month) hiatus due to moving and grad school. This is the last video that we shot in Minneapolis on our black Ikea couch (don’t worry, it went to a good home). I’m not entirely sure how often we’ll be putting out episodes now, but hopefully it won’t take us another 5 months!

In this episode, watch as Reinhardt transforms into Giorgio Tsoukalos (aka the Ancient Aliens guy) , and we discuss some alien-related topics. Enjoy!

Mortal Kombat Theme (Redux) by Sverte is licensed under a  Creative Commons Licence:


Let’s face it: yoga and farts is a natural combination. Wikipedia has a ton of great entries on farts and fart-related topics. Please indulge yourself in looking at some of the fart-related media:

THAT’S what politics is missing these days. Fart jokes.

Music: “Summon the Rawk” Kevin MacLeod (
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We’re baaaack. It’s been over a month since the AWP (Associated Writers and Writing Programs) Conference was here in Minneapolis, so naturally we wanted to do a writers’ episode. Also naturally, it took over a month to get to editing it.

Skip your English class and watch this video! Just kidding, there’s time for both. In this episode, we discuss Shakespeare’s son Hamnet (well, actually, just his name), Books, Fonts, Robert Frost, and Emily Dickinson.

End Music: “8bit Dungeon Boss” Kevin MacLeod (
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Pop Tarts, tie-dye, and six degrees of Amber Tamblyn.

We used excerpts from the following songs in this video:

“I’m Just a Girl” covered by Alix Chicopi:

“Where You Lead” covered by Hayley Rathburn and Emily Rathburn with instruments by Josh Wittmier:

Episode 43: OJ, Sea Monkeys, Tetris & Sarlacc

Our first smorgasbord of an episode in a super long time! We wore all black because we’re FANCY and also CAMOUFLAGE. Our upstairs neighbors were being super stompy that day, so I apologize on behalf of their feet and the old floors in our building.

THE MUSIC (you really owe it to yourself to listen to the entire song) is “Epic Tetris Remix Orchestra” can be found on SoundCloud:

“Korobeiniki”, also known as the Tetris Song.
Original Music written by Nikolay Nekrasov
Remixed, ReArranged and Orchestrated by Pascal Michael Stiefel