This very special episode of Time For The Show is the last for Dr. Fidd Chewley. Peas explains how to Fun-Wash history. Five players for Is It A Band. Ask Peas drags on, as usual. Dr. Faux and Fidd hold a competition to see who has the more aggravating sound effects. Nothing was learned.
Caller23 subs for YBDobbs and YBDobbs subs for Peas. Fidd Chewley blind eyes cum stains. A new robot, Rev. Codeine, is created and commissioned on the show. Top of the month means Patreon call-outs and special bonuses.
And they said robots couldn’t make music… Well, ShoRogan proves everyone wrong in this episode, as robot generated music is aired throughout. Rev. Ferg scores his first win on Is It A Band. Dr. Faux diddles while he dallies, Fidd Chewley is played by both Fidd and Caller23, and Peas shows up to talk about his teeth.
If all you wanted for Christmas this year was ten pounds of Reverend Caller #23 in a five-pound bag, then Christmas has come early for you. The role of Fidd Chewley is played by Reverend Caller #23, who reveals insights about “your fucking face”, the role of “peas” is played by Fidd Chewley, and the role of Doktor Faux is played by the tenuous exterior he portrays in public to poorly hide his racist leanings. Don’t listen to this episode unless you’ve already skipped listening to it!
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“Each kind of living thing, Asclepius, no matter whether mortal or immortal, rational (or irrational), whether ensouled or soulless, every one has the appearance of its kind in keeping with its relation to the kind, and although each kind of living thing possesses the whole form of its kind, within that same form each of them differs from the other. For example, although mankind is one in form, so that a human can be distinguished on-sight, each person within the same form differs from the others. For the class is divine and incorporeal, as is anything apprehended by the mind.” — Asclepius