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The personal musings of dirty ol' goat & his Flame Dame! Expect random musings about Theatre, Role Playing Games, Hockey, and The Impaler!

Thursday, September 25, 2014

The Satyrsphere #156 - Back From the Dead

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Captain Scott is back, and once again, with his co-pilot & Flame Dame, Cindy! It may have been a couple weeks since the last show, but they are back with a lot of television talk. Theatre updates, contest updates, Book Club updates, and lots more supersized in this episode.

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You can find Cindy on Twitter at @ArmyofWomack  or Captain Scott at @Satyr69

Until next time,
This is the Satyr, over & out!


  1. OK I loved the mother ship call :) I honestly thought for a moment my webcam mic turned on but called on my phone which is sad really because I would love to do that more often. Also I love the contest bumper music!

  2. good to see you back. I can now calm down my inner Jewish Mother.

    -- Edward (that guy from More Geek Than Gay)

  3. I am at work right now, so it won't post my name...
    But this is Edward form More Geek Than Gay.
    I found "Applause" on Youtube for you guys (it appears to have been adapted for a TV broadcast?)

    catch you laters!
    -- Edward

  4. Edward from More Geek Than Gay again (and again at work)
    I tried calling, but all I got was a busy signal. Weird plane.
    Anyway, I tried watching Applause, and while I know it is not the best copy and it was a TV broadcast instead of stage (so no Bonnie Franklin, darn it), wow. I can now understand why Seth Rudesky said that some refer to this as the worst Best Musical ever. I mean, wow. I think I made it about halfway before I had to jump ship.
    So, there's that.

    -- Edward