A fitting title to our 29th episode because our series is almost as old as we are (in web episode years, of course). If you haven’t watched Arrested Development, all of its episodes are on Netflix, but you can also just jump cold turkey into this episode of What Did You Look Up on Wikipedia?. We make no apologies for its confusing hellscape of monk wigs, “nude” shirts, corn dogs and glitter painted tank tops. Watch as we discuss Ketchup, Corndogs, Mrs. Doubtfire, Arrested Development and why Charles Dickens puts the dick in Dickensian.


End music: The Final Countdown 8-bit Remix by Ziyue HashAlgorithm is licensed under a Creative Commons Licence.

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Episode 26: A Couple of Goths

THE GOTHISODE: where we learn what Cookie Monster and death metal have in common, and why Pat Buchanan and Marilyn Manson are free to get married!

Exit music courtesy of Jelli: https://soundcloud.com/christopher-sauter/back-in-black-ac-dc-cover

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Episode 19: Winter is Comed

Winter is Comed! To Minneapolis, anyway. We made you this very special Halloween edition of What Did You Look Up on Wikipedia? featuring Hodor and Bran from Game of Thrones, candy corn, Kristin’s unidentifiable accent and a special audio appearance by the Minneapolis police.

Music: Drumstep version of “This is Halloween” by Figure –  (All rights reserved to respective creators)

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