S4-E10 O Little Town
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Vickie is joined by DC and his best friend BB for one of DC’s favorite episodes of Eureka – O Little Town – a Christmas episode of course.
We had fun recording this but it did get very noisy! So please try to ignore all of the background noise and enjoy the episode.
Sheriff Carter relates a Christmas story in which the defensive field malfunctions trapping everyone in town for the holiday. So Fargo throws a big party, unaware that the town is shrinking. All from a quest for the perfect fruitcake
If you are a first time watcher, we suggest that you watch the episode BEFORE listening to this pod cast.
Links to items discussed in this episode:
Chris Parnell as Dr. Drummer:
Born and raised in Memphis, Tennessee, Chris Parnell enrolled at Germantown High School where he took drama and auditioned for every play. In 1985, when he was a senior at Germantown, he was voted “Most Talented” by his classmates. Right after graduating high school, Chris attended North Carolina School of Arts in Winston-Salem
Alice the miniseries SyFy Channel:
DC and BB
Lessons learned on the “Santa Train”
As parents, we all come to this crossroad sooner or later. It is a sad milestone. It begins to be difficult for them to understand and believe in something that they can not see. Sure we see Santa and his helpers quite often during the months before Christmas, but never during his Christmas Eve deliveries.
“We Go Together…….”
Take it easy
DC’s best friend, BB is a big oldies fan and has been from the time he was very young – Elvis being THE ultimate favorite. I once asked his mother where this came from, he was definitely too young at the time to really know who Elvis was. She had no idea. His love for Elvis led him to the Beatles and oldies in general. He listens to the oldies station and the DJ’s, before the station changed format, would always take a phone call from BB.
If You Knew, Peggy Sue
Title Play Off:
O Little Town of Bethlehem – Christmas Song/hymn:
Phillips Brooks (1835-1893) wrote this beloved Christmas hymn for the Sunday school children at his Philadelphia parish, Holy Trinity Church, following a pilgrimage to Bethlehem in 1865, according to British hymnologist J. R. Watson. The hymn was printed on an informal leaflet in December 1868 and then appeared in The Sunday School Hymnal in 1871.
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Theme Music: That Positive Feeling (Loop) – Track