A world-weary noir detective and a dark ‘n’ gritty reimagining of Sherlock Holmes investigate the brutal death of a beloved TRC cast member in this epic murder mystery / romantic comedy / time travel adventure.
Andrey Summers, Alastair Craig and Tim Morrison.
Additional scenes by Ben K. and Chad McCanna.
Tomorrow performed by Fiona “I Don’t Really Sing Like This” Revill
Rock Mobster (It’s Funny, You See, Because…) composed under academic duress by Alastair Craig.
Zombie Girl appears courtesy of The Terrordactyls
Episode compiled by Alastair Craig
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Andrey: Here at whatchickenlist.gov, we are all about the environment. By this I am, of course, suggesting only that at any given moment we are in or near the environment, but I like to think that makes us an authority on the matter. Certainly as much of an authority as an arguably un-elected Presidential Candidate who at one time had no beard, then grew a beard, and then just shaved it off again.
If Al Gore can’t even decide what his own face looks like, how can he reliably perform plastic surgery on the face of our planet? This question is implicitly asked and tacitly answered by our own Alastair Robert Craig in a feature that he did not title The Unofficial Spice Girls Reunion Scrapbook. To find out what he really titled it, you’ll just have to Admit You’re A Spice Girls Fan. Just kidding. You can also Click Here.
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