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EPISODE 4 - Savannah, Georgia

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Also, did anyone else wonder if there's any correlation between the seven dimensions and the seven heavens (i.e. Murderer Heaven, etc.)?

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We almost got another tyrant review. So close... and yet. This is a difficult podcast to listen to whilst walking to school as the sudden and spontaneous fits of laughter might make you seem insane to those you pass on the street. Nevertheless... 5 stars for silly space travel.

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I also had a friend that wouldn't admit to being my friend around other people when I was in my pre-teen years. So shitty.

 

Anyway, this episode was a lot of fun. So much great stuff:

 

- "What is this strange liquid coming out from my beeps and boops?"

"I think she's peein'!"

 

- The girl named Murderbeth.

 

- "Would you do me the great honor..."

"Oh my word, here we go!"

"I-I'm not so sure."

 

I love this show.

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Dream Tyme video of the seven dimensions discussion:

 

 

The Futurama hyperchicken lawyer as PFT's character is perfect.

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- The girl named Murderbeth.

 

 

The best part is if you play it back it was pretty clearly "Myrtle Beth," but PFT is such a consummate pro that he ran with the funny rather than correcting the mistake...

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I also had a friend that wouldn't admit to being my friend around other people when I was in my pre-teen years. So shitty.

 

Anyway, this episode was a lot of fun. So much great stuff:

 

- "What is this strange liquid coming out from my beeps and boops?"

"I think she's peein'!"

 

- The girl named Murderbeth.

 

- "Would you do me the great honor..."

"Oh my word, here we go!"

"I-I'm not so sure."

 

I love this show.

 

Paul's "What the fuck was I saying?" in his Georgia accent had me almost crying.

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Am I the only one who didn't know Melanie Lynsky was from New Zealand? I was very confused when I heard her accent.

 

I knew it, but I'm pretty sure this is the first time I've heard her natural accent, so for a second, I was like "What? Oh, yeah, right."

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GREAT EPISODE! I made a video for this ep: The Seven Dimensions SPONTANEANATION with Paul F. Tompkins #4

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I lived in Savannah for about a year and can vouch that the accents in this are 100% accurate.

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Am I the only one who didn't know Melanie Lynsky was from New Zealand? I was very confused when I heard her accent.

I keep becoming aware of it and forgetting. That is, I don't know her well enough by name, and I did listen to her appearance on the JV Club. When I looked at who she was I was surprised, because everything I've seen her in (The Shield, Two and A half Men, etc) she does not speak in her native accent.

 

Even on this episode, when she started speaking I was like, "Oh, who's this New Zealander?" Looked at her photo and reacted with, "GAH! Fooled again! I forgot about her being a kiwi!"

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I lived in Savannah for about a year and can vouch that the accents in this are 100% accurate.

 

Accurate or not, any podcast in which PFT has to do a southern accent the whole time makes me.... irresponsibly EXCITED.

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Kangaroo, Peanut Butter, Tipsey Topsey, Mellon Bank, Eggtown, Little Eggtown, and the Dimension with No Math.

 

Spectacular.

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Am I the only one who didn't know Melanie Lynsky was from New Zealand? I was very confused when I heard her accent.

I, for one (or...I guess two?) had no idea either

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"Ok, I'm gonna take an axe to this crazy machine" I bursted out at that line. Love this podcast.

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