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Ep. 88 – Floating in Mid-Air!

On this episode of the Sleeping Situation podcast, Ivy has strong opinions on the new Sonic movie, Matt does a self-diagnosis, and we discuss our secret special talents. Also on this episode, we review the Disney movie, Kronk’s New Groove, and play another round of “Would You Rather”. This week’s episode is dedicated to Peter Mayhew. This week’s outro music: “101 Surprising Uses for the Sweet Potato”.

Ep. 87: Last Minutuation

On this episode of the Sleeping Situation podcast, Matt has several gigs, Ivy knows the answers to Cash Cab, and Matt breaks down the only “feat.” tracks that matter. Also on this episode, we review the Star Wars prequels (yes, all of them), and play a quick round of “Would You Rather”. This week’s outro music: “The Lost Art of Folding a Map”.

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Ep. 83: Wind The Frog

On this episode of the Sleeping Situation podcast, Matt is still having sticker anxiety, Ivy gives a novel update, and we invent an accidental segment called “Conversation Corner”. Also on this episode, we review the album Dear You by Jawbreaker, and recast Toy Story. This week’s outro music: “Who is This?”

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Episode 81: Sweet Jesus I Hope So

On this episode of the Sleeping Situation podcast, Ivy becomes Twitter famous, Matt does a million takes of a bass solo, and we go to weird pizza places. Also on this episode, we review the new album Wasteland, Baby! by Hozier and attempt to Recast a modern remake of Tarzan. This week’s outro music: “What to Expect When You’re Unexpecting”

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Episode 78: Dreampunk

On this episode of the Sleeping situation podcast, Matt is ahead of schedule, Ivy can’t draw dogs, and we drive to the smallest town in the state for a pizza. Also on this episode, we review the new album Stuffed and Ready by Cherry Glazerr and play a BRAND NEW GAME of Never Have I Ever. This week’s outro music: “Mama Casio”

 

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