Episode 416

Living (In The Walls) For Phrogging: Hider In My House


July 20th, 2022

1 hr 36 mins 10 secs

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About this Episode

Did you know that the crime of secretly living in someone else's house happens so much it has A NAME? It's called "phrogging," and it's the subject of Lifetime's new true crime show, Phrogging: Hider In My House, which we're discussing with returning guest (and house-hider survivor) Robert Krut! Around The Dial takes us through 101 Places To Party Before You Die; a new season of Married At First Sight; the Emmy-snubbed Somebody Somewhere and Reservation Dogs; D.B. Cooper: Where Are You?!; This Is Going To Hurt; Downton Abbey: A New Era; Obi-Wan Kenobi; Ms. Marvel; Star Trek: Strange New Worlds. For her Extra Credit topic, Erica challenges us to fix bad TV series endings by switching them out with OTHER bad TV series endings. Bobby presents What We Do In The Shadows's "The Casino" for Canon induction. Then after naming the week's Winner and Loser, it's on to a Game Time that really sings. Don't listen to that mysterious footstep-ish sound in the attic, which is probably nothing (or is it) -- listen to us!

Show Topics

  • Phrogging: Hider In My House
  • ATD: 101 Places To Party Before You Die
  • ATD: Married At First Sight
  • ATD: Somebody Somewhere
  • ATD: Reservation Dogs
  • ATD: D.B. Cooper: Where Are You?!
  • ATD: This Is Going To Hurt
  • ATD: Downton Abbey: A New Era
  • ATD: Obi-Wan Kenobi
  • ATD: Ms. Marvel
  • ATD: Star Trek: Strange New Worlds
  • Extra Credit: Two Wrongs Do Make A Right
  • The Canon: What We Do In The Shadows S03.E04: The Casino
  • Winner and Loser of the Week
  • Game Time: Gratuitous Karaoke Moments

Show Notes


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