You may or may not know this, but we totally didn’t put up a Wednesday walkthrough for the last two weeks. It’s not that we didn’t want to, it’s just that we totally forgot and we’re sorry. Mind if I catch you up on what’s been happening the last few weeks here at the SUPRnetwork? You don’t? Then please read on! If you don’t care…. you are dismissed.
Remember that Mondays are now your day for SUPR Simpsons Show, if you feel like laughing too much with Jesse and Hella Greg about a cartoon that has been on the air for 30 years then make sure you follow us on our journey over at SUPR Simpsons Show. We’re about nearing the end of season 2 with only about 28 to go (of the ones that have been released.
Here are the three episodes that have come out since we last updated the website (because we suck but we’ve established that!)
Season 2, Episode 15 – O Brother Where Art Thou. On this classic episode Homer realizes that he has a half brother after Abe tells him on his deathbed (which is totally not actually his deathbed. Homer’s brother Herb (Voiced by Danny Devito) is a rich owner of a car company that is not doing well due to their inability to connect with the every man. In come Homer Simpson who has personal hygiene that is above reproach who will design a car for Herb’s company, Powell Motors. By the time it’s all said and done “The Homer” isn’t exactly what anyone thought it would be but Whatever Homer wants. Homer Gets.
Season 2, Episode 16 – Bart’s Dog Gets and “F”. Santa’s little helper is a special dog. As special as one that is run off by his previous dog racing owner can be. Bart has been in charge of training him and making sure that he stays out of trouble, the problem is that Bart cannot do this for himself let alone a high energy dog. Homer splurges on a pair of shoes that are destroyed by Santa’s little helper and after finding out that the return policy doesn’t cover “Acts of Dog” Homer calls a family meeting to decide whether or not SLH can stay. The decision is made to allow bart some time to train him and take him through obedient school. It’s a fun episode and We get Tracy Ullman as guest voice in this one. The Simpsons got their start as a short on the Tracy Ullman show in the late 1980’s so it was cool to see the nod.
Season 2, Episode 17 – Old Money. In this episode Abe Simpson is getting tired of his pitiful life and the obvious forced visits from his family. He seems to be losing hope until he meets a woman at the Springfield Retirement Castle where he lives. Her name is Beatrice and they hit it off right away, but as usual a Simpson can never have anything nice and Grandpa misses her birthday party and more. It’s a heartwarming and sad episode that also reminds us to maybe just call your parents and grandparents while they’re still around (Unless they’re major assholes then you’re probably better off.
…is your Wednesday mistress and they are not letting you down! Since we’ve last posted there are 3 episodes you need to be caught up on!
Zombies – The ladies sit down and find out exactly how prepared for the Zombie apocalypse they, Jesse and Hella Greg are. We discuss our plans if it happens, and what other people what are thinking. They talk about ways to be prepared and the origins and different types of Zombies (and infected…. yes we know Greg). The four full-time SUPRnetwork podcasters all sit down and really talk the nitty gritty on Zombies and how we think we’d do.
Genocide – Look, there is no easy way to describe this episode. It’s heavy and it’s tough to hear. Lindsay and Bree do their best to navigate the subject sensitively while getting you all of the information that is pertinent. There is not a description in the world that would make this sound good but the ladies to a great job!
Cult Suicides (Genocide Part 2) – Bree leads us through a few of the more famous Cult Mass killings/Suicides including Jonestown and Heaven’s gate. We all discuss whether or not we believe that people who died in these cults were culpable or if the Cult leaders were responsible for all of what happened. They also talk about whether cookies can be better than sex and how macadamia nuts are just not that dope. Check them out!!
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…is in it’s last week of Season four and we cannot wait for what season 5 is going to bring! Since our last post, we’ve released 3 additional episode and on Friday you’ll have the season Finale (episode 100!). Let me get you caught up on the episodes we missed here…
97: Charles Ray Hatcher – Born in Mound City, Missouri, a small town 34 miles (55 km) north of St. Joseph. He was the youngest of Jesse and Lula Hatcher’s four children. His father was an ex‑convict and an abusive alcoholic. Hatcher was bullied in school, and in turn bullied his classmates and would carry this practice into adulthood and become an American serial killer who confessed to having murdered 16 people between 1969 and 1982 (Wikipedia)
On this episode we had Bobby Roberts, Jeff and Brittany come into the studio and we had a blast talking shit about Hatcher. One of his only photos you can find just so happen to have him looking like a grown up Pugsley Addams and that makes it all the more sweeter. We had a great time with this episode and we hope you enjoy it as much as we did making it.
98: Robert Reldan – Robert Reldan was in an average home and loved by his parents but they had to work hard to keep the bills paid so they were gone a lot. Not to worry though Robert was given the world by his aunt but it wasn’t enough. He would become a serial Killer and the focus of show this week. What makes it all go upside down is the fact that while in prison Reldan became a millionaire due to the fact that his wealthy Aunt had never written him out her will. Killer of between 2-8 people, this guys is a one to hate. Tune in to this episode to find out what happened to all that money!
Joined by Kolten, Thao and Charlie (some of Jesse’s oldest friends and old roommates) we really dive into the story of the kid who had it all but let it crumble due to his sick need to kill. Listen anywhere podcasts are available .
On Episode 99 it is a triple whammy as you get three killers for the price of one! Joined By Dustin, Ashley and Billy we find our way through three brutal human beings lives.
Stephen Griffiths commited The Bradford murders. The serial killings of three prostitutes in the city of Bradford, West Yorkshire, England in 2009 and 2010. 43-year-old Susan Rushworth disappeared on 22 June 2009, followed by 31-year-old Shelley Armitage on 26 April 2010 and 36-year-old Suzanne Blamires on 21 May of the same year. Parts of Blamires’s body were found in the River Aire in Shipley, near Bradford, on 25 May. Other human tissue found in the same river was later established to belong to Armitage. No remains of Rushworth have ever been found. Stephen Shaun Griffiths, 40, was arrested on 24 May and subsequently charged with killing the three women. After being found guilty, he was sentenced to life imprisonment with a whole life order (Wikipedia)
Also Featured on the episode Kristen Heather Gilbert (born Kristen Heather Strickland, November 13, 1967) is a former nurse and an American serial killer who was convicted of four murders and two attempted murders of patients admitted to the Veterans Affairs Medical Center (VAMC) in Northampton, Massachusetts. She induced cardiac arrest in patients by injecting their intravenous therapy bags with massive doses of epinephrine, an untraceable heart stimulant. She would then respond to the coded emergency, often resuscitating the patients herself. (Wikipedia)
Lastly We have the Story of Vaughan Greenwood (born 1944) is an American serial killer known by the nickname the “Skid Row Slasher.” Responsible for 11 murders and had one survivor. His crimes took place between 1964-1975 and it was the shortest of the stories but that doesn’t mean it wasn’t brutal. Listen where you can!
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