293: Emotional Support Companion (Nikola Tesla’s Night of Terror)

Bring back K9.

This week on Trust Your Doctor: every single person you ever thought was a hero is actually a terrible person. Who could have guessed that? Not me, not you, not anyone close to these people who have been warning us for years and only just now got heard because said person is all of a sudden famous. No certainly not them. It’s Nikola Tesla’s Night of Terror written by Nina Métivier and aired on January 19, 2020.


2:45: The “Why would ________ do this?” meme (mixed in this example with the all time classic “Bush did 9/11” meme).
4:09: The Current War. You know a movie’s good when its Wikipedia article starts with “[name of movie] is a 2017/2019 American historical drama”
15:14: Check out Triple Play: A Movie Trilogy Podcast, our movie trilogy podcast.
17:30: Well here’s Dylan’s twitter. I don’t know whether he actually posted the “barcodes” as “planned,” but if he did that’s where they would be.
19:05: It would’ve been the Austro-Hungarian krone I guess. Or maybe the Austrian shilling? I dunno.
29:10: It was The Underwater Menace.
35:27: 5 seconds on google told me it was Margaret Hamilton.

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