List of The Memory Palace episodes

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This is a list of The Memory Palace episodes currently produced and distributed by Radiotopia and hosted by Nate DiMeo.

List of episodes[edit | edit source]

No. Episode title Subject Music (song/album, musician) Release date
2008
1 "Horrible Deaths" Five accounts that have inspired "horrible death" headlines in newspapers. "You'd Be So Nice to Come Home To" by Nina Simone[1] 12 November 2008[1]
2 "Lost Pigeons" Extinction of passenger pigeons Live from a Shark Cage by Papa M[2] 20 December 2008[2]
2009
3 "High Societies" In Middle Ages Europe, people often drank wine instead of contaminated water.
In early 1500s Netherlands, Hieronymus Bosch's art style was influenced by ergotism.
Saint Catherine of Siena started a trend of eating disorders due to her devotion to God.
The Beatles[3]
Prince[3]
"Swiss Ex-Lover" by Fight Bite[3]
13 January 2009[3]
4 "Itty Bitty Bombs" Bat bombs Henryk Górecki: String Quartets Nos. 1 and 2 "Quasi una Fantasia" by Kronos Quartet[4]
"Berlin by Overnight" by Max Richter[4]
22 January 2009[4]
5 "Oh My!" Central Park Zoo in 1932 Young Prayer by Panda Bear[5] 30 January 2009[5]
6 "The Saddest President" Franklin Pierce "Pastoral" by Moondog[6] 17 February 2009[6]
7 "Li’l Nipper" In 1909-1913 Pennsylvania, a "nipper" was a dangerous coal mine job intended for small boys to regulate breathable air. "A Painting" by Growing[7]
"Reminisce Over You" by Pete Rock and CL Smooth[7]
9 March 2009[7]
8 "The World Within the World" Walter Siegmeister and his views on Hollow Earth theory Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind soundtrack by Jon Brion[8]
"Quartet for Four Tubas" by The British Tuba Quartet[8]
26 March 2009[8]
9 "Ben Franklin Death Ray" British fear of Benjamin Franklin "The Faire Folk" by Lightning Bolt[9] 11 April 2009[9]
10 "International Brotherhood of Mothers" Ann Jarvis, Anna Jarvis, and the creation of Mother's Day 24 Postcards in Full Color by Max Richter[10]
"Maybelle" by Ida[10]
5 May 2009[10]
11 "The Brothers Booth" Edwin Booth and John Wilkes Booth "[T]wo different versions of" "Jynwythek Ylow" by Aphex Twin[11]
"Opus 23" by Dustin O'Halloran[11]
22 May 2009[11]
12 "These Words, Forever" Guglielmo Marconi "The Road is a Gray Tape," "Broken Symmetries at Y," and "A Sudden Manhattan of the Mind" by Max Richter[12] 1 June 2009[12]
13 "High Above Lake Michigan" The Ferris Wheel "Denieres Pensees 1 & 2" by Erik Satie[13]
"Rainbow" by Battles[13]
"En Gallop" by Joanna Newsom[13]
16 June 2009[13]
14 "The Messrs. Craft" Ellen and William Craft "Sunder" by Jersey Turnpike[14]
"Roadrunner" by Papa M[14]
"Triangles and Rhombuses" by Boards of Canada[14]
"Can’t Return (for the Last Time)" by Erik Satie[14]
6 July 2009[14]
15 "Presidente Walker" William Walker "Running Thoughts" by Deerhoof[15]
"I'm Still Your Fag" by Broken Social Scene[15]
"King Kong" and "Chapter" by Psapp[15]
"Jupiter" by Jersey Turnpike[15]
16 July 2009[15]
16 "Secret Kitty" Acoustic Kitty "Ptah, the El Daoud" by Alice Coltrane[16]
"Phantom" and "The Book Lovers" by Broadcast[16]
24 July 2009[16]
17 "Plummeting Approval" Sam Patch "piano 1" from the Synecdoche, New York soundtrack by Jon Brion[17]
"Tissue" from the Little Children soundtrack by Thomas Newman[17]
"Temporary Loan" by Edith Frost[17]
"Every Day a Sunrise, a Summer" by Telegraph Melts[17]
"Atlantic City" by The Hold Steady[17]
7 August 2009[17]
18 "Dig Set Spike" The Great Papago Escape The Descent soundtrack[18]
"Caledonia" by Crogmagnon[18]
"Volks, Volkswagen Blue" by Gilberto Gil[18]
The Great Escape soundtrack by Elmer Bernstein[18]
The Fog of War soundtrack[18]
"Tuba Concerto II" by James Gourlay[18]
28 August 2009[18]
19 "Dam!" The Hoover Dam "from 553 w elm st., logan, illinois (snow)" by Max Richter[19]
"triangles and rhombuses" by Boards of Canada[19]
28 September 2009[19]
20 "This Ungainly Fowl" Edgar Allan Poe Sonna[20] 16 October 2009[20]
21 "A Gas Gas Gas" The Mad Gasser of Mattoon The Omen soundtrack[21]
"instrumental from Magical Mystery Tour"[21]
The Cove soundtrack[21]
28 October 2009[21]
22 "You Know You’re Sick" John R. Brinkley "Minor Swing" by Django Reinhardt[22]
Modesty Blaise soundtrack[22]
I Heart Huckabees soundtrack[22]
"South American Getaway" by Burt Bacharach from the Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid soundtrack[22]
"Old New Bicycle" by Helvetia[22]
19 November 2009[22]
23 "400 Words for 79th Street" Minik Wallace "Shame" by Low[23]
"They Marry" and "Philosopher" by Mi and L'au[23]
10 December 2009[23]
2010
24 "The Moon in the Sun" The Great Moon Hoax "Saint Butt" by Six Organs of Admittance[24]
"Snookered" by Dan Deacon[24]
"Harmonics" by Fridge[24]
13 January 2010[24]
25 "I Have Not Yet Begun to Rot" John Paul Jones "The martial song" from the Horatio Hornblower soundtrack[25]
"Dmi We Meet Again?" from the Synecdoche, New York soundtrack by Jon Brion[25]
"To Rest Near You" by Rachel's[25]
"Something You Can’t Return To" from the Synecdoche, New York soundtrack by Jon Brion[25]
"Song for Jesse" from The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford soundtrack by Nick Cave and Warren Ellis[25]
"Opus 17" by Dustin O'Halloran from the Marie Antoinette soundtrack[25]
"Avril 14" by Aphex Twin from the Marie Antoinette soundtrack[25]
31 January 2010[25]
26 "Citius, Altius, Fortius, Horrendius" Thomas Hicks and the 1904 Summer Olympics "Team" by Bon Iver[26]
"Main Title to the movie version of" Meet Me in St. Louis[26]
"Divino Maravillhoso" by Caetano Veloso and Gilberto Gil[26]
"Anma Arkadas" by Erkin Koray[26]
"Theme" and "Symphonique #6" by Moondog[26]
24 February 2010[26]
27 "The Sisters Fox" The Fox sisters "In California" from Have One on Me by Joanna Newsom[27]
"24 Postcards in Full Color" by Max Richter[27]
"Song for Jesse" from The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford soundtrack by Nick Cave and Warren Ellis[27]
12 March 2010[27]
28 "Babysitting" Donald Hornig and the security of the Manhattan Project "Swisher" by Quickspace[28]
"Another Sunday" by Tara Jane O'Neil[28]
"In Dark Trees" from Another Green World by Brian Eno[28]
"Feedback Annie" by Tara Jane O'Neil and Daniel Littleton[28]
"Faire" by Akira Kosemura[28]
1 April 2010[28]
29 "OMG!!! JKP!!" James K. Polk "Battle of the Species" by Antibalas[29] 14 April 2010[29]
30 "Nee Weinberg" Stanley Clifford Weyman Title sequence from the Tokyo Story soundtrack[30]
"The Bunker" by Beirut[30]
"a polka from an odd little record" by Federal Music Society[30]
Title sequence from the Shoot the Piano Player soundtrack[30]
"April" and "Grassland" by Akira Kosumura[30]
"Blues for Elvin" by John Coltrane[30]
"a little snippet" and "something else" from the Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind soundtrack[30]
11 May 2010[30]
31 "Looking Up" Halley's Comet in 1910 "Harrlemstrat 74, apt" from the Modesty Blaise soundtrack[31]
"Bubble Bath" by Seely[31]
"Last Days of Disco" by Yo La Tengo[31]
15 June 2010[31]
32 "Gigantic" Hachaliah Bailey and his elephant Old Bet "I Want Her Back" from the (500) Days of Summer soundtrack[32]
"Bees" by Animal Collective[32]
"IKEA" from the (500) Days of Summer soundtrack[32]
"Marriage" by Akira Kosemura[32]
"Over the Ocean" by Low[32]
3 July 2010[32]
33 "Lost Lobsters" The history of lobsters as food "Everybody Daylight" by Brightblack Morning Light[33]
"the Pills Won’t Help You Now" by The Chemical Brothers[33]
"South American Getaway" by the Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid soundtrack[33]
"I’m Not Going" from the (500) Days of Summer soundtrack[33]
25 August 2010[33]
34 "Soldier Frum" John Frum "Vendevel" by Braids[34]
"Something" from the Synecdoche, New York soundtrack[34]
"Friends" by Mychael Danna & Rob Simonson[34]
19 September 2010[34]
35 "A Brief Eulogy for a Consumer Electronics Product" The Sony Walkman "The One That You Love" by Air Supply[35]
"If You See a Chance" by Steve Winwood[35]
"On Our Way to Fall in Love" by Yo La Tengo[35]
27 October 2010[35]
2011
36 "six scenes from the life of william james sidis, wonderful boy" William James Sidis "Brand New Day" by Worm is Green[36]
"Trois Gymnopedies" by Gary Numan[36]
"Gymnopedie" by "(lost the name of the pianist)"[36]
"a small piece" from the Please Give soundtrack[36]
"a piece" from the Une Parisienne soundtrack[36]
"Gymnopedie 2"[36]
"My Wave, Your Shore" from an Angel Olsen EP[36]
"Drop" by Akira Kosemura[36]
"something" from the (500) Days of Summer soundtrack[36]
"a piece" from the You Me and Everyone We Know (sic) soundtrack by Michael Andrews[36]
"Nag Champa" by Miguel Atwood-Ferguson and Carlos Nino[36]
7 January 2011[36]
37 "Natural Curiosity" Joice Heth "opening of the score to the movie" from the Please Give soundtrack[37]
"Le Chat Noir" and "Quiet Drive" from the Kings Go Forth soundtrack[37]
"The Art of the Fugue, BWV 1080: Contrapunctus IX" by Sotto Voce[37]
26 January 2011[37]
38 "A Stretch" Architect Bradford Gilbert and the construction of the Tower Building "Chickens," "Swamp," and "Squirrels" from Chickens by Orion Riegel Dommisse[38]
"Africastle" by Battles[38]
Fantastic Mr. Fox soundtrack by Alexandre Desplat[38]
5 July 2011[38]
39 "Road Trip" Tourists spectate the First Battle of Bull Run of the American Civil War. "In the Devil’s Territory" by Surfjan Stevens[39]
"You'd Be So Nice to Come Home To" by Nina Simone[39]
19 August 2011[39]
40 "Crazy Bet" Elizabeth Van Lew N/A[40] 29 September 2011[40]
41 "Mary, Mary, and Mercy" Mercy Brown vampire incident N/A[41] 28 October 2011[41]
42 "What They Saw" 1913 Gettysburg reunion and Thaddeus S. C. Lowe "Another Sunday" by Tara Jane O'Neil[42]
"Every Day a Sunrise, a Summer Every Year" by Telegraph Melts[42]
8 November 2011[42]
43 "Far Below Lake Michigan" SS Eastland N/A[43] 6 December 2011[43]
2012
44 "Distance" Samuel Morse N/A[44] 23 March 2012[44]
* "Re-up" "Dig Set Spike", "Nee Weinberg", and "These Words, Forever" N/A[45] 11 July 2012[45]
45 "Heard, Once" Jenny Lind and her tour of America "A Girl’s Tool-Box" by Tattle-Tale[46]
"Bible Silver Corner" by Rodan[46]
"Some version of Debussy’s Sarabande II (or II. Sarabande, I don’t know how those things go)"[46]
"Arm Drawing" from the (500) Days of Summer soundtrack[46]
"The opening theme" from the Please Give soundtrack[46]
"Old New Bicycle" by Helvetia[46]
"a snippet of Beatles in there that I don’t know if anyone else will actually be able to hear"[46]
25 July 2012[46]
46 "After Party" The Donner Party "Happy Land" from The Proposition soundtrack[47]
"Becalmed" from Brian Eno's Another Green World[47]
"Charu’s Theme" from the Charulata and The Darjeeling Limited soundtracks[47]
"Five Moods for Two Bassoons" by "Dong-Yun Kwon & someone else"[47]
"Malice Afterthought" by Calexico from The Guard soundtrack[47]
"Wolkenschatten, op. 136: I Tranquillo" by Gebreuder Ohrentaub from the album Four Brothers[47]
14 September 2012[47]
47 "The Rise and Fall of Rising and Falling" Roger Babson N/A[48] 15 October 2012[48]
48 "Picture a Box" Henry Box Brown "We Write Threnodies, We Write with Explosions" by Storm and Stress[49]
"Improv in E Minor" and "Unknown Tango" by John Fahey[49]
"JD002" by Ryuichi Sakamoto from the Derrida soundtrack and "a tiny tone from swiped from somewhere else on that soundtrack that get’s used over and over again throughout this episode"[49]
"Time Hole" by Jonny Greenwood from The Master soundtrack[49]
"a piece from the Lincoln score"[49]
"a thing" by Ryuichi Sakamoto from the Babel soundtrack[49]
"Prizewinning" by Julianna Barwick[49]
20 November 2012[49]
49 "Dreamland" Dreamland "6 Ghosts I" by Nine Inch Nails[50]
"Ashley" by Yo La Tengo from the Junebug soundtrack[50]
14 December 2012[50]
2013
50 "Fifty Words Written After Learning the Arctic Bowhead Whale Can Live up to Two Hundred Years" The bowhead whale N/A[51] 29 January 2013[51]
51 "Giants in Those Days" The Cardiff Giant "Music for this one comes largely from various Marcelo Zarvos": the Beastly soundtrack,[52] The Beaver soundtrack,[52] and the Please Give soundtrack[52]
"something" by Jon Brion from the ParaNorman soundtrack[52]
"L.S.D. Partie" by Roland Vincent[52]
"Free Man" by The Ethiopians[52]
7 March 2013[52]
52 "Six Stories" Six stories on lifting technology, Elisha Otis, and his legacy "Bluing" by Miles Davis[53]
"a piece" by Marcelo Zarvos from The Beaver soundtrack[53]
"Weekends Were Difficult" by Thomas Newman from the Little Children soundtrack[53]
"Fear" by Russell Garcia from The Time Machine soundtrack[53]
"A couple" by Jon Brion from the I Heart Huckabees soundtrack[53]
"Church Jazz" by Nina Simone[53]
"It's Not Up to Us" by Byard Lancaster[53]
1 April 2013[53]
53 "Guinea Pigs" Animals in space "Music with Children: Playing the Recorder" by Grace Nash[54][55] 8 May 2013[54]
54 "Origin Stories" Nate DiMeo N/A[56] 28 June 2013[56]
55 "O, How We Danced" Dance marathons "Imaginary Foxtrot" by Eric Parking[57]
"We Found Love (In a Hopeless Place)" by Rihanna[57]
"Snookered" by Dan Deacon[57]
"We Danced" by Pavement[57]
"Thunder Road" by Bruce Springsteen[57]
30 July 2013[57]
56 "The Rush of the River and the Roar of the Falls" Frozen Niagara Falls "To Here Knows When" by My Bloody Valentine[58]
"Stereo Music for Acoustic Guitar, Bucla Music Box 100, HP Model 236 Oscillator, Electric Guitars, and Computer – Part One" by Keith Fullerton Whitman[58]
20 September 2013[58]
57 "I'm Still Alive" Premature burials N/A[59] 31 October 2013[59]
58 "Shadowboxing" John L. Sullivan N/A[60] 17 December 2013[60]
2014
59 "Harriet Quimby" Harriet Quimby "Snowglobe" by Owel[61] 30 January 2014[62]
60 "400,000 Stars" The Harvard Computers 23 March 2014[63]
61 "The Glowing Orbs" John Glenn 7 June 2014[64]
62 We've Forgotten James Powell James Powell “Blue Sands” by the Chico Hamilton 17 July 2014[65]
63 Other Bodies Jane Froman 16 October 2014[66]
2015
64 The 7th Story The Incredible Tale of a 1909 Fight to the Death Inside a Moving Elevator 14 January, 2015
65 Two Dimensional Projectile Motion Problems William Leonard Hunt, the inventor of the human cannonball, and Rossa Matilda Richter, the first human cannonball. 16 March, 2015
(11) The Brothers Booth: Special Platinum Edition Edwin Booth "“Jynwythek Ylow" by Aphex Twin and covered by Alarm Will Sound,

"Opus 23" by Dustin O’Halloran[67]

8 April, 2015
(4) Itty Bitty Bombs: Special Platinum Edition Bat bomb "String Quartet no. 2. Opus 64 'Quasi una Fantasia'" by Henryk Gorecki covered by the Kronos Quartet,

“Berlin by Overnight” by Max Richter[68]

16 April, 2015
(V) Forgotten Things: A Failed Pilot Newsreels 8 May, 2015
(13) High Above Lake Michigan: Special Platinum Edition Ferris wheel "Avant-dernières Pensées 1 & 2" by Erik Satie,

"Rainbow" by Battles,

"En Gallop" by Joanna Newsom[69]

27 May, 2015
66 The Pirate Queen Eugenia Kelly "Harlaamstrat 74" by John Dankworth,

"Les Marionettes" by Zbigniew Preisner,

"Just Saying" by Jamie XX,

"Organ Track" by Nicolai Dunger,

"Watusi Bounce" by Bo Diddly,

"To a Wild Rose" by Patricia Rossborough,

"Six Solos for the Beginning Tuba Player" by Scott Watson,

"Library Chant" by Mike Andrews[70]

21 June, 2015
67 Every Night Ever Martian Monkey "Harlaamstrat 74" by John Dankworth,

"Green Arrow" by Yo La Tengo,

"Ptah, the El Daoud" by Alice Coltrane,

“Brother I Prove You Wrong” by Charles Cohen,

"Dorian" by Fang Island,

"Biking is Better" by Wintergatan[71]

29 June, 2015
68 White Heat, White Lights Cumberland Hotel "Harlaamstrat 74" by John Dankworth, "Mr. Knight" by John Coltrane, "Occam II" by Pauline Oliveros, "Mikuro's Blues" by David S. Ware, "Triumph" by Miguel Atwood-Ferguson, "13 Ghosts II" by Nine Inch Nails[72] 6 July, 2015
69 Charlie: God of Rain Charles Hatfield "Harlaamstrat 74" by John Dankworth,

"Prologue from the Birth soundtrack", by Alexandre Desplat,

"Opus 30" by Dustin O’Hallaran,

"Love" by Matthew Herbert,

"01 Ghosts I" by NIN[73]

13 July, 2015
70 Developments in the Design and Manufacture of American Menswear 1840-1860, a Fable North American fur trade "Harlaamstrat 74" by John Dankworth,

"Mort D’Eurydice" by Pierre Favre,

"Stereo Music for Acoustic Guitar, Buchla Music Box 100 (etc.)…Pt. 2" by Keith Fullerton Whitman,

"3-Sized PF" by Takahiro Kido,

"Arioso" by Miguel Atwood-Ferguson[74]

20 July, 2015
71 Zulu Charlie Romeo Anita Corsini and Mkano "Harlaamstrat 74" by John Dankworth,

"A Nice Day" by The Original Chico Hamilton Quintet,

"Ohnono/Kiwembo" by Andrew Bird,

"Hay Tantos Muertos" by Marissa Nadler,

"Hymn of Silence" by Silencio,

"The Day I Saw Your Heart" by Nathan Johnson.[75]

27 July, 2015
72 Run-of-the-River Celilo Falls "Harlaamstrat 74" by John Dankworth,

"Mr. Reincarnation" by Alexander Desplat,

"Lost Fur, Reprise" by Carter Burwell,

"Remembrance" by Charles Ives,

"Another Lifetime" by Alexandre Desplat,

"Kierling/Doubt" by Max Richters[76]

3 August, 2015
73 Notes on an Imagined Plaque to be Added to the Statue of General Nathan Bedford Forrest, Upon Hearing that the Memphis City Counci has Voted to Move it and the Exhumed Remains of General Forrest and his Wife, Mary Ann Montgomery Forrest, from their Current Location in a Park Downtown, to the Nearby Elmwood Cemetery Nathan Bedford Forrest monument "Harlaamstrat 74" by John Dankworth,

"Sandra's Theme" by Heather McIntosh,

"Largo for Clarinet, Violin and Piano" by Charles Ives,

"Runaway" by Olafur Arnalds.[77]

13 August, 2015
74 Craning Launch of Apollo 11 "Harlaamstrat 74" by John Dankworth,

"Dance of the Diaper Fairy" and "Snowbound" by Per Storby Jutbring[78]

20 August, 2015
75 The Ballad of Captain Dwight Edward Dwight "Harlaamstrat 74" by John Dankworth,

"There’s Branches" by Keith Kenniff,

"The Big Ocean" by Ben Sollee,

"Then End of the World" by Dan Romer,

"The Sage" by the Chico Hamilton Quintet,

"Brand New Day" by Worm is Green,

"The Light" by The Album Leaf,

"Charlie Countryman" by Christophe Beck,

"Ghosts I" by Nine Inch Nails,.

"Now" by Goldmund.[79]

28 August, 2015
76 Mary Walker Would Wear What She Wanted Mary Edwards Walker "Harlaamstrat 74" by John Dankworth,

"Rainfall" by David Darling and Michael Jones,

"Penelope’s Theme" by Nathan Johnson,

"Garde a Vue" and "Le Roi de coeur" by Chantal Martineau,

“Opening” by Nathaniel Bartlett,

"Geometria del Universo" by Colleen,

"Romain’s First Love" by Georges Delarue[80]

19 October, 2015
77 Butterflies Thomas Midgley Jr. "Harlaamstrat 74" by John Dankworth,

“Adultere bourgeoise” by Paul Misraki,

“Night Time Talk” by Stephen J. Anderson,

"For the Trees" by Matmos,

"P" by Frank Durr,

"Fragment II" by Library Tapes.[81]

27 October, 2015
78 no. 116,842 Margaret E. Knight "Harlaamstrat 74" by John Dankworth,

"Steep Hills of Vicodin Tears" by A Winged Victory for the Sullen,

"Occam II for Violin" by Silvia Tarrozi,

"Eloy" by Deaf Center,

"Call" by Julianna Barwick.[82]

5 November, 2015
79 Artist in Landscape J.J. Audubon "Harlaamstrat 74" by John Dankworth,

"Brouillard (version 1)" by Georges Delaure,

"Waltz" by Mother Falcon,

"Please Give" by Marcelo Zarvos,

"The Day I Saw Your Heart" by Nathan Johnson,

"Nuba 1" by Andrew Cyrille,

"Dream 3 (in the Midst of my Life)" by Max Richter,

“The Lark Ascending” by Ralph Vaughn Willliams.[83]

12 November, 2015
80 Shore Leave S.S. El Estero "Harlaamstrat 74" by John Dankworth,

"Andromeda" by Chris McGregor,

"Sito" by Pierre Favre and the European Chamber Ensemble,

"Green Groves of Erin", Edgar Meyer and Mark O’Connor,

"In Threes" by Loscil.[84]

19 November, 2015
M.0 Gallery 742 Arabella Huntington Score by Jimmy LaValle 17 December, 2015
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  1. 1.0 1.1 Nate DiMeo (12 November 2008). "Episode 1: Horrible Deaths". WordPress. Retrieved 2013-03-14. 
  2. 2.0 2.1 Nate DiMeo (20 December 2008). "Episode 2: Lost Pigeons". WordPress. Retrieved 2013-03-19. 
  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 3.3 Nate DiMeo (13 January 2009). "Episode 3: High Societies". WordPress. Retrieved 2013-03-19. 
  4. 4.0 4.1 4.2 Nate DiMeo (22 January 2009). "Episode 4: Itty Bitty Bombs". WordPress. Retrieved 2013-03-20. 
  5. 5.0 5.1 Nate DiMeo (30 January 2009). "Episode 5: Oh My!". WordPress. Retrieved 2013-03-20. 
  6. 6.0 6.1 Nate DiMeo (17 February 2009). "Episode 6: The Saddest President". WordPress. Retrieved 2013-03-20. 
  7. 7.0 7.1 7.2 Nate DiMeo (9 March 2009). "Episode 7: Li'l Nipper". WordPress. Retrieved 2013-03-20. 
  8. 8.0 8.1 8.2 Nate DiMeo (26 March 2009). "Episode 8: The World Within the World". WordPress. Retrieved 2013-03-20. 
  9. 9.0 9.1 Nate DiMeo (11 April 2009). "Episode 9: Ben Franklin Death Ray". WordPress. Retrieved 2013-03-20. 
  10. 10.0 10.1 10.2 Nate DiMeo (5 May 2009). "Episode 10: International Brotherhood of Mothers". WordPress. Retrieved 2013-03-20. 
  11. 11.0 11.1 11.2 Nate DiMeo (22 May 2009). "Episode 11: The Brothers Booth". WordPress. Retrieved 2013-03-21. 
  12. 12.0 12.1 Nate DiMeo (1 June 2009). "Episode 12: These Words, Forever". WordPress. Retrieved 2013-03-21. 
  13. 13.0 13.1 13.2 13.3 Nate DiMeo (16 June 2009). "Episode 13: High Above Lake Michigan". WordPress. Retrieved 2013-03-21. 
  14. 14.0 14.1 14.2 14.3 14.4 Nate DiMeo (6 June 2009). "Episode 14: The Messrs. Craft". WordPress. Retrieved 2013-03-21. 
  15. 15.0 15.1 15.2 15.3 15.4 Nate DiMeo (16 June 2009). "Episode 15: Presidente Walker". WordPress. Retrieved 2013-03-21. 
  16. 16.0 16.1 16.2 Nate DiMeo (24 June 2009). "Episode 16: Secret Kitty". WordPress. Retrieved 2013-03-21. 
  17. 17.0 17.1 17.2 17.3 17.4 17.5 Nate DiMeo (7 August 2009). "Episode 17: Plummeting Approval". WordPress. Retrieved 2013-03-21. 
  18. 18.0 18.1 18.2 18.3 18.4 18.5 18.6 Nate DiMeo (28 August 2009). "Episode 18: Dig Set Spike". WordPress. Retrieved 2013-03-24. 
  19. 19.0 19.1 19.2 Nate DiMeo (28 September 2009). "Episode 19: Dam!". WordPress. Retrieved 2013-03-24. 
  20. 20.0 20.1 Nate DiMeo (16 October 2009). "Episode 20: This Ungainly Fowl". WordPress. Retrieved 2013-03-24. 
  21. 21.0 21.1 21.2 21.3 Nate DiMeo (28 October 2009). "Episode 21: A Gas Gas Gas". WordPress. Retrieved 2013-03-26. 
  22. 22.0 22.1 22.2 22.3 22.4 22.5 Nate DiMeo (19 November 2009). "Episode 22: You Know You're Sick". WordPress. Retrieved 2013-03-26. 
  23. 23.0 23.1 23.2 Nate DiMeo (10 December 2009). "Episode 23: 400 Words for 79th Street". WordPress. Retrieved 2013-03-26. 
  24. 24.0 24.1 24.2 24.3 Nate DiMeo (13 January 2010). "Episode 24: The Moon in the Sun". WordPress. Retrieved 2013-03-26. 
  25. 25.0 25.1 25.2 25.3 25.4 25.5 25.6 25.7 Nate DiMeo (31 January 2010). "Episode 25: I Have Not Yet Begun to Rot". WordPress. Retrieved 2013-04-01. 
  26. 26.0 26.1 26.2 26.3 26.4 26.5 Nate DiMeo (24 February 2010). "Episode 26: Citius, Altius, Fortius, Horrendius". WordPress. Retrieved 2013-04-01. 
  27. 27.0 27.1 27.2 27.3 Nate DiMeo (12 March 2010). "Episode 27: The Sisters Fox". WordPress. Retrieved 2013-04-01. 
  28. 28.0 28.1 28.2 28.3 28.4 28.5 Nate DiMeo (1 April 2010). "Episode 28: Babysitting". WordPress. Retrieved 2013-04-02. 
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