On this week’s episode of Space Case, we take a FANTASTIC journey into the world of B movies. Dear listener, take a moment to imagine a time where names like Roger Corman, Stan Lee, and The Fantastic Four were not a one way ticket to a box office smash…are you done imagining yet? Good. NOW imagine that this movie not only got made, but never actually got distributed to theaters EVEN THOUGH it was fully shot, edited, and completed. Does it sound insane? Well, it’s real life baby! Tune in to get the 4-1-1 on this film lore.

On this week’s episode of Space Case, we’re headed back to the mall! It’s been a while since we’ve headed on a nostalgic trip to the once sacred space of the mall but this time there’s a little twist. First, we’ll be chatting about some iconic and (not so) forgotten Houston stores that were stand alone but ALSO located in malls throughout the city. THEN we delve into a couple of iconic 90s mall favorites that were eventually purchased by some fast fashion giants. LASTLY, we scroll through a list of 2000s MUST DOs of the mall and see if we agree.

On this week’s episode of SPACE CASE, we’re back with some more meme history! We’re coming in hot with some CLASSIC viral videos. The first is now a holiday season staple; you know we’re talking about jingling some bells. What happened with that song mix up? And how does she feel about that video 10 years later? THEN we head back to 1990 Peoria public access GOLD with “My Name is Jon Daker.” This SK favorite has an unfortunate recent update but the legacy of this church recital and Mr. Daker himself live on in our hearts. Tune in to learn more!

On this week’s episode of Space Case, it’s the triumphant return of our TARGETED ADS segment! In this installment, we not only give you selections that we’ve accumulated this past year, but we also give you some IN THE MOMENT reactions! We chat about Lizzo’s new YITTY brand shapewear, DUMBGOOD’s Garfield robe, COKE + COFFEE, and Velvet Caviar phone cases. THEN we do live taste tests of Hudsonville x Little Debbie Ice Cream, SONIC Hard Seltzers, Deep Eddy’s Vodka and Soda drinks, Bailey’s STRAWBERRIES & CREAM, and Empress Indigo Gin. Have you tried any of these products? Let us know by calling the Space Case Hotline at 832-899-4949 and following us on socials at @whereissk. We have bonus content from this episode on our Tiktok too! @whereissk

On this week’s episode of SPACE CASE, we’re throwing it back and diving in to a ball pit of nostalgia! Ball pits were a staple of childhood indoor play places for generations of kids and the MUST HAVE play structure of your favorite pizza parlor/arcade/family entertainment center, but how did they get there? Who created this unique playground icon? And why? Turns out, this creation is part of a much larger movement and it’s creator was more prolific than you know. Tune in to find out!

On this week’s episode of Space Case, we’re asking you to hold please…

EVERYONE has had an experience where they’ve been placed on hold while on the phone. What used to be an exercise in silent reflection and patience is now a studied and carefully curated audio adventure featuring smooth jazz, new age, and more! We discuss the history of hold music, how it was created, and dive into some hold music hall of fame BANGERS.


On this week’s episode of SPACE CASE, it’s a “very special episode.” In late 80s all through to the late 90s, big TV networks were given incentives and payouts in exchange for weaving anti-drug storylines into their shows. Some were more subtle than others but a lot of these once popular ratings darlings have frankly aged like sh*t. So, listen in as we go through various lists and give examples of these offenses INCLUDING how much the networks were paid to air the episodes.

Show Notes:
https://thecolumn.substack.com/p/in-the-90s-the-us-government-paid?s=r
https://webcache.googleusercontent.com/search?q=cache:2lX-bajGvesJ:https://screenrant.com/worst-weirdest-very-special-episodes-tv-shows/+&cd=16&hl=en&ct=clnk&gl=us
https://nofilmschool.com/tv-very-special-episodes
http://www.vh1.com/news/23895/cheesiest-very-special-episodes-80s-90s-sitcoms/
https://www.ranker.com/list/very-special-episodes/devon-ashby
https://medium.com/atta-girl/very-special-episodes-that-defined-my-childhood-9f445979a92f
https://www.moviefone.com/news/unforgettable-90s-very-special-episodes-ranked/

On this week’s episode we’re keeping it pretty simple; we look over this year’s WINNERS for the Grammys and REACT! We dive in to the categories and give our favorite picks along with upsets, odd trends we noticed with the winners (like 2 separate ties?) and the performances. Call or text the SPACE CASE HOTLINE at 832-899-4949 to let us know YOUR faves from this year’s winners and who got snubbed OR send us a DM @whereissk ❤️

On this week’s episode, we’re celebrating the 20th anniversary of the iconic film BLADE II. But, we can guarantee that it’s NOT in the way you would think. In the late 90s to early 2000s, online blogs were becoming a driving force of clicks on the internet. Independent publications and individuals started to have unprecedented influence and clout in an industry that had prided itself on the elite nature of keeping others out. Within this newfound infrastructure Harry Knowles and AINT IT COOL NEWS became one of the most viral and respected independent online websites for film criticism. But, let’s just say, it wasn’t for his deep insight into movies… *NSFW TOWARDS THE END YOU HAVE BEEN WARNED*

Show Notes:
THE BLADE II REVIEW: http://legacy.aintitcool.com/node/11793
https://slate.com/culture/2022/03/harry-knowles-aint-it-cool-news-blade-ii-review.html
https://www.washingtonpost.com/archive/lifestyle/style/2000/09/17/seducing-harry/309628be-2ed5-4e1b-9d18-78096364a6a0/
http://web.archive.org/web/20010219035506/http://www.aint-it-cool-news.com/news/980519/1.html
http://legacy.aintitcool.com/node/1631

On this week’s episode of Space Case, we investigate a social experiment gone WRONG. In a random town in New Hampshire, an online forum idea turns into an IRL venture that takes over an already existing town. Can a group with no civic experience create a community governed utopia? Not if the brown bears have anything to say about it! What the hell do we mean? Listen in to find out!