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EP67 – Getting Down With The System

After a thrilling climatic chase and rooftop battle Angus and Sal have finally caught the villain known as The System (Leslie Cserepy). But now comes the most exciting part of all the interrogation and paperwork!

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DD53 – Frozen (2013)

You better believe that the Dummies are NOT going to let it go this week, as they shiver their way through the unforgettable modern classic Frozen – the movie that proved sisterly love can be just as powerful as romantic love…and that some people are worth melting for.

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134 – Top 5 Terrible Movies That Are Good

So bad it’s good.

Movies are a lot of things to people but the main thing it’s for is to entertain the audience. It turns out “entertainment” can come in different forms. Some movies are objectively bad but others find ways to cross that threshold of being bad and becoming something that we can’t help but love it. We know it’s not great but we can’t look away. It’s like that fast food burger you know you aren’t supposed to have but you end up ordering them every time your drunk or hangry. Our guilty pleasures if you will. So Join Tuong and Guilty Pleasures Samantha Leggatt, Tina Wallace, and Victoria Luloff as they rank Top 5 Terrible Movies That Are Good!

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EP66 – Vaguely Sinister

Angus and Sal head over to Bubo’s (Matt Barrow) Mansion to figure out a plan to lure out and catch the villain known as The System, but they are immediately side tracked by the vaguely sinister sounding community of people living in Bubo’s many basements.

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DD52 – Wreck-It Ralph (2012)

What if some villains were born to be heroes, some glitches were destined to be racing champions, and some handymen were fated to fall in love with first-person shooter guides? The Dummies are about to learn that in the world of video games and Wreck-It Ralph, all this – along with candy cars, penthouse parties, and chocolate lakes – is possible…as long as you don’t go turbo.

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E20: Making Insulin Using Stem Cells with Emily McGaugh

Too much sugar in the blood can lead to all sorts of health problems, including diabetes, and we rely on insulin to properly process it in our bodies. But that’s not always possible for a variety of reasons. Emily McGaugh’s research looks into using stem cells to create not simply pancreatic cells but more specifically…

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133 – Top 5 Anime Intro Songs

One of the best things about anime…the openings!

In a vast sea of anime out there, it’s difficult to figure out what show to watch next. Lucky enough, one of the best ways is through it’s opening where it often has the best animation, a great look at what the show will be about, and above all else, a catchy earworm tune that will keep you coming back for more! So join Tuong and Anime Waifus Amanda Parker, Ethan Howieson, and Adam Cunning as they belt their way through ranking a Top 5 Anime Intro Songs list!

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E19: Scaring Lamprey Using Sound with Victoria Heath

Sea Lamprey are an invasive species in the Great Lakes. Our guest Victoria Heath works in marine labs doing research into chasing them out of sensitive areas using sounds that don’t harm the environment. Vinny and Katie share the latest research about babies and moon dirt.

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EP65 – Survival Meth-ods

Even though Angus and Sal are stuck in the wilds of the untamed forest district that won’t stop them from getting an episode out on time! The guys show off the camp they’ve survived in for the past week and their plans for rescue. Guaranteed to have more bees and amphetamines than you were expecting.

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DD51 – Winnie the Pooh (2011)

In a world where just about everything feels unpredictable, it’s comforting to return to a familiar face – or more accurately, a familiar bottom half whose top is stuck, as always, in a honey pot. 2011’s Winnie the Pooh has a lot in common with its predecessors, and while it’s not quite high adventure, a missing tail and a mysterious Backson will provide enough hijinks to keep you smiling along with Pooh, Piglet, Eeyore, and the rest of the gang.

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