Tess, Emily and Molly are joined by Molly's former co-host Alex Pappademas (North Mollywood) to discuss the most important movies of all time: Cats and Star Wars: The Rise Of Skywalker! But before that, it's the first Night Call mystery of 2020: THE SPOOKY FRIDGE! What does the spooky fridge know? Should it be exorcised, replaced, or made peace with like a wandering ghost? Plus an update about Disneyland's Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge from our friends at Podcast The Ride! Other than Splash Mountain, where did they repurpose the other retired animatronics from deadly stage show America Sings? And Emily tells us about the Museum Of Things in Berlin, prompting a chat about weird and niche museums like The La Brea Tar Pits, The Bunny Museum, and The Mushroom Museum! Then a roundtable with Alex Pappademas about the badness (and bright moments) of Star Wars: TROS, the greatness of Cats, and who really deserved to win the Jellicle Ball. Night Call, now and forever.
Alex Pappademas Twitter
Don't Play in the Fridge PSA from the 70's
Museum of Things
The Bunny Museum
Museum of Jurassic Technology
Mushroom Museum (it closed! No!):
La Brea tar pits
Grant Museum of Zoology
Tales of the Okefenokee ending scene
Alex's essay "the decade comic book nerds became our cultural overlords"
Tuxedo cats invisible mode
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