In this episode, the sons talk about episode 55 – Mark! A Vagrant. We also lay out the introductory paragraph for the steamiest Oakson fanfic the internet has ever seen.
It’s our April Fools Outtake compilation! Enjoy the best of the cutting room floor from the last year.
Hey everyone! We have a special treat for you today. This is the first episode of a Podcast about a Podcast about a Podcast. That’s right! TS gets its own meta cast! Join our four brand-new hosts as they discuss the smash hit fancast, Talking Sons.
We review Episode 54, which we make a starring role in. Check in with the stars of Episode 54 as we discuss how awesome we are.
We review Episode 53 – The Roc. Lots of good stuff in this episode, we talk about stabbing and Vienna sausages.
In this episode, we review Ep 52 – Pap-Papillon and mourn the loss of Fry’s Electronics.
The Son Squad talks Episode 51 – An escape plan for that. We react to Elizabeth Warden and Sly Sylvester! Also, vaping? A surprising amount of discussion around vapes.
We talk about Ep. 50 – Panic Room / Inside Man and also theorize what the next BDSM Bonus episode of Dungeons and Daddies would entail.
We’re back! Join us for brisk discussion of Episode 49 – Contact as we react to the new dad and Narcolas.
Happy Holidays! We’re dropping a New Year’s Special WLIFY for you all that asks “What if the gremlins that caused all the disasters this year had to clean something up for a change?” Enter our reskinning of Grant Howitt’s Nice Marines game where we play as Time Gremlins tasked with cleaning up a mess before the end of the year.
If you enjoyed this and want to play Nice Marines, grab a copy here and tip Grant for his creative efforts. https://gshowitt.itch.io/nice-marines
If you want to play our copy, grab the pdf here and go to the above link to tip Grant for his creative efforts. Twenty-Twenty Won
The music is by Alexander Nakarada of serpentsoundstudios.com.
It’s our super special Kidney event! Four people flung into the forgotten realms due to a clerical error and the Paladin who’s taken them under his wing so they don’t die horrible, horrible deaths have to perform a fantasy nephrectomy to save one of Henry Oak’s beautiful, beautiful boys!
You can be a part of this with us and help non-fantasy people with kidney disease! Join us in supporting UCLA’s CORE Kidney program by making a donation at giving.ucla.edu/kidney.
Our theme music is by Alexander Nakarada, Editing by Agnitti. Brad Teague is Casca the Paladin, the role of Darryl Scott Wilson is played by Lindy Newman, Ronnie Stampler is played by Kjersti Chippindale, The Stepford Wives’s Glenn Close playing the role of Dirk Mithral is played by Ari Decherd, and Jordan French played the role Henry “Hank” Oak. The Kidney Master is Anthony Burch.
Special thanks to every kidney donor and recipient out there, to everyone who reached out about being a part of this, and especially to you for making a donation at giving.ucla.edu/kidney!