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The Baby-Sitters Club Club

Jack Shepherd and Tanner Greenring discuss the classic Baby-Sitters Club novels of Ann M. Martin in chronological order. Get ready to look with new eyes at the timeless adventures of Kristy, Mary Anne, Claudia, Stacey, and I guess Dawn. And probably Mallory too. Fine, and Jessi.
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Oct 31, 2016

 

Happy Halloween, Baby Nation! Have we got a thematically appropriate episode for you this week! With the help of the Baby-Sitter's Club, Stacey discovers that Stoneybrook is build on an ancient burial ground, which is somehow the LEAST strange thing to happen in this book. Oh! Also, you all have a tough decision to make this week, Baby Nation: BURN or BEES.

Music Credits:
"Slenderman Is Watching” by Espanto Music
“My Sharona” MIDI
"The Dusty Attic” by Kevin Macleod
"Horror Ambience Music 3” by ThrillShowX
“Spooky Scary Skeletons” by Dennibro

And as always, thanks to Scott Lamb and Superbrat for our theme tunes.
Oct 24, 2016

What should have been a nice, relaxing vacation to Sea City, New Jersey, turns into a catastrophe due to an unwieldy number of boys gumming up the works. Stacey gets straight-up dumped by local "nice guy" Toby (no known last name), Jackie Rodowsky faces his most desperate mission yet, and Mary Anne cries her way through another low-level crisis. Known boys, Tanner Greenring and Jack Shepherd, try their very best to unpack it all for you in BSCC #35, Mary Anne and Too Many Boys. 

Music credits:

“Alone,” by G-nit Beatz
“Galactic Empire,” by Michael J. Burkard Music
“The Hostility Conundrum,” by Luke West
“Our Final Battle,” by Aaron Hayes
“Epic Battle,” by Gam3rDroid
“Last Dawn,” by Ross Budgen
“Cloudburst,” by Sentient Pulse
 
Thanks to Original Baby Boy Scott Lamb for the Intro, and to SuperBrat for the Outro.

 

Oct 17, 2016
“There are other worlds than these. That we are drawn there again and again has to do with the rose. I have no doubt of that, nor do I doubt that in some way I do not understand the rose is the Dark Tower.” - The Dark Tower: Wolves of the Calla

This week Jack and Tanner talk about their favorite memes, a startling new artificial intelligence in Stoneybrook, the glaring, blood-colored field of roses still far from here, and the frightening rate at which the Mimi virus self-replicates and finds new human hosts to infect. 

Music Credits:

“#Ambient” by fave.

"Voyage" by Emberz
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Oct 10, 2016
Stoneybrook is resplendent with colorful new characters, including Susan, who secretly struggles to find meaning in a world that makes no sense. This week, Jack and Tanner return to some old favorites when they discuss the bees we find in every corner of our lives, what Australians eat for brekky, and the horrifying, ongoing significance of June 10th.
 
Make sure to catch Jack and Tanner's guest appearances on the Real Weird Sisters podcast as well, where they sort the citizens of Stoneybrook into Hogwarts houses.
 
 
Music Credits:
 
"Clair de Lune" by Claude Debussy, performed by Laurens Goedhart
 
 
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"By the Swanee River” by Arthur Pryor's Band
 
"Spiegel Im Spiegel” by Arvo Pärt
Oct 3, 2016

And it came to pass that Dawn and Mary Anne didn't enjoy sharing a bedroom as much as they thought they would. And Dawn in her righteousness did take the socks of Mr. Spier and pair them in such a way that they might be odd. And Jack and Tanner did look upon what Dawn had wrought, and they did pronounce it the sickest of burns. Also, things get kind of spooky, so maybe listen to this one with the lights on. Why the hell were you listening in the dark anyway?

Music credits:

"Devastation and Revenge,”  by Kevin MacLeod, CC
“The Dusty Attic,” by ErikMMusic, CC
“Corporate Music for Inspiring Product Presentation,” by Baumann Music, CC
“Dubstep Dance,” by Kierpm96, CC
 
Intro theme, by original Baby Boy Scott Lamb
Outro theme, by Superbrat
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