It's our inaugural semi-annual, biennial celebration of our six month anniversary! Pre-recorded live, professionally by amateurs, celebrating the first ever appearance of M & M in the same physical locale.
In which Susan finds a way to cope with the stresses of the sugarbean picking festival, travels the globe on the great river of oil, and receives a priceless gift from those who love her most: her two creators.
It's Susan from Scratch's first official Halloween episode, with all the new memories and experiences you've come to expect, plus some extra frights and scares (and a wahoo or two)!
Susan explores the boundaries of sensible costumery and dabbles with the cursed carcanet of slumbers.
Also, did we mention the wahoo?
In which the number 5 is discussed in detail, some birds (or many birds, rather) are suggested and dismissed without discussion, an iron rod turns out not to be iron after all, and Susan holds forth on the interesting subject of screws.
In which Susan's various shrines are discussed in some detail, we extract a memory from one of our dear listeners, and various things that are certainly not a serious bonsai are discussed. Also, horse femurs.
In which Susan grows some large turnips in a competitive environment and meets Moe. To say more about Moe would do him an injustice - his is a story that must unfold in its own time.
Additionally, the booty dance.
In which Susan receives specific insight into her future receipt of that most delightful of edible yellowfruits, and considers, but does not in the end buy, his one good soup. Bruce Willis is also briefly discussed.
In which Susan witnesses the building of a monument to an old... friend, utilizes her scent-proofing skills to sneak her own culinary creations into enemy restaurants, and goes undercover with the artichicks.
In which Susan finds a way to take some of the pressure off at the San Diego Zoo, buys a pocket square (nothing more to be said about that), and makes the most out of a passing resemblance to an ailing broadway star.