Episode 21.0 Merge with Caution

S2E8 Merge With Caution

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Join Kym and Vickie as they discuss Season 2 , Episode 8 – Merge With Caution

Pete and Myka’s attempt to get normal is interrupted by an artifact.

This week’s artifacts:

Robert Louis Stevenson’s Bookends:

Allows two people to switch bodies. The effect is activated when the heads are switched. Prolonged use of the bookends eventually cause the two people to physically merge, and then explode as two objects cannot occupy the same space. It is one of the main artifacts of the episode.

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Mata Hari’s Stockings

The stockings were owned by Margaretha Zelle, a Dutch exotic dancer and alleged spy (under the stage name Mata Hari) during WWI. They say she used her powers of seduction to get military secrets out of her many lovers.

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Guest Cast and Other Items Discussed during the Podcast:

Laura Harris as  Lauren Andrews:

Born to public school teachers in Vancouver, British Columbia Canada, Laura Harris began acting professionally in CBC radio dramas at an early age. With a taste for quirky, character-driven material, Harris is known for playing 1930’s starlet “Daisy Adair” in Showtime’s cult hit Dead Like Me (2003) with Mandy Patinkin and Callum Blue.


Cody Rhodes as Kurt Smoller:

Cody Rhodes was born on June 30, 1985 in Marietta, Georgia, USA as Cody Garrett Runnels. He is an actor and producer, known for Arrow (2012), Warehouse 13 (2009) and WWE Smackdown! (1999).



Afternoon Delight is the name of a 1976 song by the Starland Vocal Band. The song, which contains innuendo about casual daytime sex (or an afternoon delight) was a hit. Because of the song’s popularity, afternoon delight has become well-recognized as a term for a midday sexual encounter, often between or instead of scheduled events.


(You’re) Having My Baby

Despite its commercial success, the song has been criticized for its maudlin sentimentality and perceived sexist undertones, and has appeared in many “worst songs” lists. It was voted the #1 “Worst Song of All Time” in a poll conducted by CNN.com in 2006.

The National Organization for Women gave Anka the “Keep Her in Her Place” award during “its annual putdown of male chauvinism” in the media on Women’s Equality Day. Ms. magazine “awarded” Anka their “Male Chauvinistic Pig of the Year” award.


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