On this week’s episode we head right to the papers; the funny papers! Have you read the Sunday paper lately? Most likely not BUT back when everyone used to read their local and national papers, the Sunday comic strips were always a staple of delight and laughter for the whole family. How did comic strips in the newspaper start? What were the most popular strips in the golden age of the “Sunday funnies?” And what comic strips became successful (or not so successful) animated and live action tv shows and movies? Tune in to find out!
It’s raining meat? Hallelujah? This week’s case is strange and unsolved to say the least. In a small town in Kentucky in 1876 an innocent farmer’s wife witnessed something unusual and to this day seemingly unexplainable. The theories laid out before us are flawed BUT will Space Kiddettes finally crack this case? Listen in and find out!
On this week’s episode we take it back to office, and not like the TV SHOW! With a little help from DILBERT, we just got hip to the term “sick building syndrome.” Did you just hear that phrase for the first time too? Wanna know what it is and why it was such a big thing? Than listen in as we crack the case!
On this week’s episode, it’s another heaping helping of MEME HISTORY! We dive into the origins of classic memes that you never thought to questions STARTING with one of our personal faves “No Pomegranates.” What lead to this woman have a sudden outburst about fruit in the middle of teaching a class? The results will surprise you. THEN we head into the case of the “found footage” video “Rapping for Jesus” We crack the case WIDE OPEN on how “found” this footage really is.
On this episode we SK REVIEW the hit book turned TV series LITTLE FIRES EVERYWHERE. *SPOILER WARNING FOR ANYONE WHO HASN’T FINISHED IT* Then, we turn our attention to theatrical productions of movies that are done independently. It truly does take a village, and sometimes the results are a charming, witty piece of theater. Other times, it’s a deep fried meme onstage. Tune in to find out what we uncover
On this episode of SPACE CASE we crack the case on why we celebrate 4/20 (ayyyyeeeee nice *airhorn sounds* yeaaahhhhhh!!???!?!) Then, we check on some media from the past and decide whether it’s so bad it’s good or just plain BAD! Did your faves make the cut? Listen in and find out!
In this episode of Space Case, we take on a case as COLD AS ICE! What started as a strange graffiti tag slowly turned into something more, or maybe something less? “Who Put Bella in the Wych Elm?” is still the question that’s on everyone’s mind. Why? Listen in and find out!
On this episode we update on a few of the cases and episodes we missed covering on our “100th episode retrospective extravaganza.” Then, we take on the case of the Safe Haven/Baby Moses Law. What is this law? Why is it nicknamed the “Baby Moses Law?” Does this law still exist? And what is Texas’ special relationship to this law? We crack the case!
Happy 100 episodes! We take a look back at 3 years and 100 episodes of SPACE CASE! We break down the origin story of the podcast, play a clip from the 1st ever episode, and talk about what we remember from each episode. Thanks to everyone who’s been listening for the last 3 years and here’s to 100 MORE episodes!
On this week’s episode we take on the case of a ?!semi-iconic?! Houston attraction that burned bright and faded into obscurity. Unlike ASTROWORLD, Houston’s BUSCH GARDENS wasn’t around long enough to reach legendary status and peak nostalgia. Could it have been prevented? What caused it’s downfall? Was it doomed from the start? We crack the case!