Dearly beloved, we are gathered here today – Claudia, Janine, Mr. and Mrs. Kishi, the members of the Baby-Sitters Club, the Baby Nation, Jack, and Tanner – to say goodbye. To who (or what)? Well, we've got a lot of theories about that. You'll have to listen along and decide for yourself.
Everybody, in one way or another, is searching for a "Tigger" in their lives – for some people, the Tigger they are searching for is true love, for others, it's success, and for still others, it's a more inscrutable "meaning." In Mary Anne's case, it's her cat. Who went missing. We think Logan stole it.
The prophecy foretold of one that would unite the tribes. A being born of two worlds... of two clans, who would unite the people under her banner. Will this Mother's Day surprise fulfill the omen and seal the blood pact? Will the Seven become the One? Will Jackie Rodowsky ever find his way back to the present time? Find out this week when Jack and Tanner sit down to discuss "Kristy and the Mother's Day Surprise."
“Upwards” by Jake R. Sanderson
"Kosmos Music Score" by Sarah Fogg & Simon Horrocks
“You Gotta Have Theremin and Ukulele” by SquidLord
"Entrance to the Queen of Sheba for Two Oboes, Strings” by Georg Friedrich Händel
“Air in F major, BWV Anh. 131” by Johann Sebastian Bach
“Chosen” by Ross Bugden
Dawn is forced to choose between the grey purgatory of Stoneybrook and the breathtaking paradise of California. Which is upsetting for Jack and Tanner because they frankly didn't realize they had a choice when they decided to spend every passing moment living, breathing, and dreaming about Stoneybrook. Besides, how can any of us think about leaving when we're still not sure whether Mr. Spier can get it together and tell Dawn's mom how he feels BEFORE IT'S TOO LATE.
It's CIVIL WAR, which means it's time to pick sides, Baby Nation. Are you yearning for change like the Jacks and Mary Annes of this world? Even if it leads to corruption and incompetence? Or are you looking for a strong leader like Tanner and Kristy are? Even if it means giving up some of your civil liberties? Or are you more of a Jessi, just trying to do your damn job while the club crumbles around you? Where do your allegiances lie?
"Cute" by Bensound (CC)
"Never Dying - Ambient Orchestral" by Scott Buckley (CC)
"Overture" by Lionheart (CC)
"You Gotta Have Theremin and Ukulele" by squidlord (CC)
"Phantom Sage" by Silence (feat. Byndy)