We’re spending one more day in Eerie, Indiana, in order to bring you this audio commentary for the pilot episode, “Foreverware.” Join us as we talk about how young the cast looks, how messy the Teller house is, and how Syndi has more than one scene! Also, who’s profiting off Foreverware? Plus, did that mailman have a gun? 

Thanks for joining us for this weird detour but it’s time to get back to normal.

Predict-O-Cast Season 5 begins Monday, July 5. 

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We’ve reached the end of our trip to Eerie, Indiana with the de facto series finale, the extremely meta “Reality Takes A Holiday.” This one is a bit of a letdown (just because it’s the end) but we still have some fun. We puzzle over why Dash X so badly wants to murder Marshall, develop a new game involving Deloreans, and find a new life goal for Josh.

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The show is on a roll with another great episode: Zombies in P.J.’s! Bob Balaban is back as director for a story that has a lot on its mind, from consumerism to taxes to our former president, even if it’s not clear where they fall on these issues. It’s a solid episode and it’s a bummer the show is almost over. 

Next time: we leave Eerie, Indiana.

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This time we’re joining a secret society and talking one of the best Eerie episodes “The Loyal Order of the Corn.” There’s a lot to love in this one, from finally getting Dash X’s name to getting a helluva monologue from guest star Ray Walston. Also, Simon goes through the same trauma as his younger brother and Marilyn takes on the patriarchy in Eerie.

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Today, we get one of the wackiest episodes of Eerie thus far, with body swaps, The Knack, and Simon demanding a cigarette and hot wiring a car. We also discuss Dash X’s history with the Terminator franchise and talk DragonBall Z for some reason.

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Today we’re talking the overall pretty excellent episode “Mr. Cheney.” We’ve got three solid performances from John Astin, Gregory Itzin, and guest Stephen Root, plus some decent werewolf makeup. We also discuss John Cena helping out Make-A-Wish and the best places to sit around a campfire. This episode is brought to you by Big Chunky Beverage.

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The day has finally arrived: Dash X is here! Except we don’t actually know his name yet. But it’s definitely Dash X. We also get a new Mr. Radford played by the wonderful John Astin and a ghost cowboy living inside a gun for hundreds of years but still knowing what mini malls are. We also talk about how awful banks are, because banks are awful.

 

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On this episode, we’re facing down Old Bob, Eerie’s resident tornado, in “Tornado Days!” We also meet up with Matt Frewer playing a wild, tornado-taunting scientist and learn that the town still considers virgin sacrifice as appeasement. Also, Simon is a good kid.

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On today’s episode, we get all the hallmarks of a good Eerie story: warnings about a UFO, possible Bigfoot sightings, weird guest stars (Harry Goaz! Michael Pollard!) and Bob Balaban directing. Unfortunately this one doesn’t quick stick the landing but we are pretty sure that one guy is married to Bigfoot now. 

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In “Who’s Who,” we’re introduced to another abusive family in Eerie (because there’s a lot of those in town). One member of the family is a budding artist with a magic pencil that can make her drawings real, but the only thing she wants is a mom (Marsh’s mom, in fact). This one raises a lot of existential questions, like the best episodes of this show do!