S4-E21 Do You See What I See?
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Vickie is joined by DC and his best friend BB for DC’s favorite episodes of Eureka – Do You See What I See? – 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.
We will be taking two weeks off before beginning Season 5. See you right back here on December 11, 2019!
Sheriff Carter and Allison Blake are secretly planning the perfect holiday surprise for their kids, but a mysterious kaleidoscopic wave of color crashes over Eureka, leaving the entire town and its inhabitants animated.
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 returns 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
Jim Parsons as Carl the Jeep:
Having grown up in Houston, and its northern suburb of Spring, he made his first stage appearance in a school play at the age of 6. Parsons then went on to study theater at the University of Houston. From there he won a place on a two-year Masters course in classical theater at the University of San Diego/The Old Globe Theater, graduating in 2001
Edward James Olmos as Rudy the Dog:
Edward James Olmos was born in Los Angeles, California, to Eleanor (Huizar) and Pedro Olmos, who was a mail carrier and welder. His family was of Mexican descent. If Olmos had followed the first love of his life, he would have been a professional baseball player. But by age 13, another love entered his life: rock music.
Title Play Off:
Do You Hear What I Hear? – Song:
Many people mistakenly assume this Christmas classic has been around for years and that it is of European origin. But it was written in 1962 during the Cuban Missile Crisis as a powerful plea for peace by a man who had experienced the horrors of war.
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