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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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Mar 27, 2017

Ever wanted to be a fly on the wall when a couple of flesh-jobs hooked on Synchro and lurking around the meatspace in the dark alleyways of Roppongi, Tokyo, burble their nonsense-talk to one another? Well, you're in luck today, and wouldn't you know it, they're talking about Baby-Sitters Club #55, "Jessi's Gold Medal"! Mostly. They also have a worrying amount to say about Boat Girls, "The Watcher," and a strange little timewalker called Jackie Rodowsky. But that's just the Synchro talking. Anyway, sorry, we were super jet-lagged for this one and it got pretty weird! 

Music credits:

“Dreamland,” by Whitesand
“The Last Frontier,” by Luke West
“Feel the Knife,” by Lionel Schmitt
“Nightwalker,” by Sentient Pulse
“Ultima (Bassketball),” by Binz &Rajangator
“Land of Honor,” by Maxx McGee
 
Thanks as always to original Baby Boy Scott Lamb for the intro music, and to Superbrat for the outro music. 

 

Mar 20, 2017
This week, Mallory, Jack, and Tanner all dream of horses, and make the mistake of dreaming too small...
 
"There’s something that we K-PAXians have been around long enough to have discovered. The universe will expand, then it will collapse back on itself, then will expand again. It will repeat this process forever. What you don't you know is that when the universe expands again, everything will be as it is now. Whatever mistakes you make this time around, you will live through on your next pass. Every mistake you make, you will live through again, & again, forever. So my advice to you is to get it right this time around. Because this time is all you have." –Prot, K-PAX
 
Music Credits:
“Pure Swell” by Podington Bear
“My Sharona” MIDI
“Where Have All The Cowboys Gone” MIDI
"Back In Time” by YV
“I Need To Start Writing Things Down” by Chris Zabriskie
 
As always, special thanks to Baby Boy Scott Lamb for the intro music, and to Superbrat for the outro music.
Mar 13, 2017

The boys sit down for a fascinating and thought-provoking discussion about what the perfect government might be, but things get derailed essentially right out of the gate because Tanner has a cold and also, the attention-span of a fly. So, if you came looking to sink your teeth into some political philosophy, prepare to be disappointed, because this ended up being mostly about where Alan Gray fits on a D&D alignment chart, what Karen Brewer's latest business idea is all about, and why all the boy craziest baby-sitters seem to end up alone. Also, there's a new hidden force in Stoneybrook, and it's the scariest yet. 

Music credits:

“Heartbreak,” by Bauhinian Vibes
“Klonkey Donkey,” by Nicolai Heidlas Music
 
Thanks as always to original Baby Boy Scott Lamb for the intro music, and to Superbrat for the outro music. 
Mar 6, 2017
We hit a record-setting number of segments this week, but what do you expect when you’re dealing with 2 MANY BABIES! (We’re still not totally sure what that title is supposed to mean, but don’t worry, we never get around to discussing it.) This week, Mary Anne and Logan get married and kiss in front of their classmates, an egg-napper is on the loose in Stoneybrook, and there may be a new queen ascending who could be the songstress Adele!
 
Audio Credits:
 
"Lurking in the Depths" by Grumpy Music
"Horror Creepy Children Shouting" by SoundEffectsFactory
"Glitch Drone FX” by Glitch Noise Effects
"The Wide Drone” by RoyaltyFreeSounds
"Entrance to the Queen of Sheba for Two Oboes, Strings” by Georg Friedrich Händel
“My Sharona” MIDI
“Mad World” MIDI
 
"bicycle 2D" by Anes & Bateaux
“Savage” by Paul Flint
 
 
Thanks to Baby Boy Scott Lamb for the intro music, and to Superbrat for the outro music.
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