Episode 20.0 For the Team

S2-E7 For the Team

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Join Kym and Vickie as they discuss Season 2, Episode 7 – For the Team

Claudia gets some on-the-job training in her first field assignment with Myka. But she’s a bit overwhelmed by the hunky guys on the wrestling team they’re investigating despite their tendency toward spontaneous human combustion.

If you are a first time watcher, we suggest that you watch the episode BEFORE listening to this pod cast.

This week’s artifacts:

Godfrid’s Spoon:

Created by the Viking prince Godfrid Haraldsson (circa 820 – 852) who made it from the armor of fallen warriors. It was used to give strength to Godfrid’s warriors in battle.

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P.T. Barnum’s Top:

Used by P.T. Barnum to increase the shock of the crowd by regrowing the limbs and internal organs of his “freaks”. However, if the extra body part isn’t amputated, it’ll keep growing till it bursts.

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Guest Cast and Items Discussed in this Episode:

Lindsay Wagner as Dr. Vanessa Calder:

Lindsay first came to prominence in the critically-acclaimed role of Susan Fields in The Paper Chase (1973), but received household recognition worldwide when she broke the mold for women on television with her iconic portrayal of Jaime Sommers. As she collaborated with the writers, The Bionic Woman (1976) became an inspiration around the world and, in 1977, Lindsay won the Emmy for “Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series”.


Robert Clark as Garry Gross:

Robert Clark was born on March 14, 1987 in Chicago, Illinois, USA as Robert Clark II. He is an actor, known for Strange Days at Blake Holsey High (2002), The Zack Files (2000) and Superstar (1999).


Christian Campbell as Jeff Russell:

A US, Canadian and UK citizen, Christian was born in Toronto Ontario to Marnie Neve, an Amsterdam-born psychologist and yoga instructor, and Gerry Campbell, a Glasgow-born english and drama teacher. He is an actor, producer and director known for the Showtime Emmy Award winning movie Reefer Madness: The Movie Musical (2005) with Kristen Bell, the gay romantic comedy Trick (1999) with Tori Spelling, as well as the HBO series True Detective (2014) and Big Love (2006). He has been married to America Olivo since 2009.


Did this passage from “The Psychedelic Experience” help inspire the first line of “I Am The Walrus”?

Yesterday I was looking through The Psychedelic Experience: A Manual Based on the Tibetan Book of the Dead (1964), by Timothy Leary, Ralph Metzner, and Richard Alpert (now Ram Dass).While perusing, I  was especially stuck by a sentence in one passage, and its subtle similarities in spirit and phrasing to John Lennon’s immortal intro to “I Am The Walrus”: “I am he / as you are he / as you are me / and we are / all together.”

Drew Bellinger

Timothy Leary’s Reading Glasses:

Wearing the glasses causes the wearer to have vivid hallucinations and you never want to take them off after you put them on according to Artie.  The glasses definitely make the world a less boring place, superimposing, multiplying and often garishly coloring images, as well as, at least in the case of the MacPherson variant, frequently adding a soundtrack to the moment.

Warehouse Wiki

The Walrus and the Carpenter (poem) from Through the Looking Glass and What Alice Found There:

The Walrus and the Carpenter is a poem by Lewis Carroll that appears within his 1871 novel, Through the Looking-Glass, and What Alice Found There. Tweedledee and Tweedledum perform it for Alice in the fourth chapter

Alice In Wonderland Wiki

“Batman Toy”:

H.G. Wells’ Grappling Hook Gun – Allows users to latch on to objects far away and pull them towards it.

Warehouse Wiki

Bruce Wayne’s Grapple Gun – The gun can throw a cable with a hook at the end. This hook allows Bruce to grapple people away or climb walls.

Gotham Fandom

The Bionic Woman:

A spin-off of the popular series “The Six Million Dollar Man,” “The Bionic Woman” is a classic, hour-long science fiction and action series about Jaime Sommers


The Bionic Woman is an American science fiction action-adventure television series created by Kenneth Johnson, starring Lindsay Wagner that aired from January 14, 1976, to May 13, 1978. The Bionic Woman series features Jaime Sommers, who takes on special high-risk government missions using her superhuman bionic powers. The Bionic Woman series is a spin-off from the 1970s Six Million Dollar Man television science fiction action series


Schitt’s Creek – Season 6 Episode 10 – Sunrise Sunset:

Moira’s former “Sunrise Bay” producers show up with big news while Alexis binge-watches old episodes of the soap. Saul Rubinek as Tippy Bernstein and Genelle Williams as Penelope


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