Calvin and HobbescastApr 28, 2020
47: "What do you find attractive...?" Jan 3rd, 1986
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46: "MmmmmmPOP" Jan 2nd, 1986
Did Hobbes smooch a few girls, or is he just telling tails out of school? Will we learn the answer to this mystery and others? No, we won't. Still, it's a new episode of Calvin and Hobbescast for ya!
45: "Female roommates" Jan 1st, 1986
In this strip, Calvin's dad gets the 3rd degree about his lifestyle choices from Calvin. We do some sleuthing to figure out what they're talking about, and what words mean.
44: "Plate of toxic waste" Dec 31, 185
Picky eaters of the world unite. Let us find some sort of mutagen to turn us into the heroes of taste we know ourselves to be. Nah, I'm just joshin'. In this strip of Calvin and Hobbes, Calvin learns that when you just give new foods a try, they can turn out to be your gross green favorites!
43: "A million murders" Dec 30th, 1985
Second (and final) episode recorded in the mountains for some reason. The number of audio issues has gone up, but not as high as the number of murders seen by six-year-olds on television! Calvin and Hobbes talk about that and then I talk about THAT. Thanks for listening.
42: "Your stupid chromosome'" Dec 29th, 1985
41: "Play 'house'" Dec 28th, 1985 (EXTENDED)
How do you play house? It probably depends on how you were raised. Susie Derkins gives us some insight into her home life in this thrilling strip of Calvin and Hobbes, and I talk about it of course.
40: "What are you DOING to the coffee table?" Dec 27th, 1985
It's been 25 years since we said goodbye to Calvin and Hobbes with one of the greatest and most iconic comic strips of all time. THIS strip about the nails in a coffee table...also happened...earlier.
39: "...mom will notice we're missing by then" Dec 26, 1985
It's the debut of the snowy sled-style strip. Enjoy now, ok?
38: "You squeeze my tears out" Dec 25, 1985 (Nathan host)
In this episode we again learn that Christmas isn't about presents, but more about your presence. Calvin and Hobbes teach us this on a very special holiday strip (and episode. Enjoy!
37: "As soon as he drops the bag down" Dec 24, 1985 (Sean solo)
It's flue season! On Christmas eve you have to do a few things:
- go to bed early
- leave out milk and cookies
- plan to steal presents and keep Santa out
- drink the milk (room temp, ew) and cookies
Sean German from 5 Minutes of Mime podcast hosts this episode!
36: "Hobbes' Loot" Dec 23, 1985 (Sean solo)
It's a stockings and sandles epic on Calvin and Hobbescast with guest hose Sean German!
35: "Our Fortress" Dec 22, 1985 (w/ Alice Lauren)
Some people say "keep your friends close, but keep your enemies closer," others say: "Hey, I'm gonna keep my friends close but NOT my enemies because I don't like them." Well sometimes your friend turns out to be your enemy! That's what Alice Lauren and I learned during this very special 5 year anniversary Sunday strip of Calvin and Hobbescast. Find Alice Lauren on Twitter @podsocialite !
34: "Lost" Dec 21, 1985 (Nathan for you, again)
When you're out exploring, you want to make sure you don't want to run out of food, water, or vocabulary words. If you've forgotten "lost," "mommy" may do in a pinch. Survival skills! Calvin and Hobbes have them. Do you?
33: "Pittsburgh" Dec 20, 1985 (Nathan hosts)
Calvin and Hobbes are at it again! If by "it," you mean laying down on the grass and laying some big philosophical questions on each other. Plus, Pittsburgh, PA! Is it good or is it bad? Do you know? Because I don't know.
32: "Making speed bumps" Dec 19, 1985 (Guest host SEAN)
You ever pass some road construction workers and they're not even working? They're just holding a sign and waving at you, occasionally talking to their friends on their walkie talkies. Meanwhile Calvin is out there every day making speed bumps for free, in his family's yard. Work ethic, child labor, property destruction, it's all covered here in this Calvin and Hobbes strip.
31: "Inflammable chemical truck" Dec 18, 1985 (Sean solo)
In this strip, the child's miniature vehicular play turns to violence in the imagination. Are the pleasures of childhood not enough to shackle these flights of fantasy in the world of benign bliss? Why does the absurd inevitability of death draw the young mind like a rare earth magnet? Find the difference between flammable/inflammable and more with guest host Sean of Five Minutes of Mime podcast!
30: "Baseball bat" Dec 17, 1985
29: "Tommy Chestnut" Dec 16, 1985
28: "I kiss the sweet ground" (w/ Sean German) Dec 15, 1985
27: "Do you know where I am?" Dec 14, 1985
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