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Posted by on Apr 11, 2009 in Fringe, Fringe Comic, Podcasts | 8 comments

The Fringe Podcast Episode #31, “Inner Child”

The Fringe Podcast Episode #31, “Inner Child”

In this episode we review Fringe episode #15, “Inner Child.” We have new theories about William Bell, Agent Francis, and CBK (Creepy Bald Kid). We answer listener feedback, discuss similarities between CBG and CBK, and enjoy a great Random Thoughts From Canadia segment. As a bonus, we included an out-take from the live show at the end of the podcast.

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Audio of CBK’s “Thoughts”

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  1. Hahaha I’m so glad you guys listened to us and kept the looping bit at the end of the podcast. Courtney you should do that again sometime “by accident,” it was the most entertaining part of any live podcast I’ve listened to. Yes it even beats your hiccups.

  2. CBK now, you’re all a bunch of idiots

  3. I wonder if it’s not a “language” at all, but English being spoken or “thought” backwards?

    I bet if you played the recording backwards, CBK’s thoughts would make sense.

    Keep up the good work!

  4. Great show as always guys! Five episodes to go!

  5. Ooops…I shoulda listened to the podcast before making my suggestion. You all already figured the backwards thing out.

    As always, you’re ahead of the curve!

  6. “Slugworth” was the bad guy in Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory.

    “Farnsworth” could be a ref to Professor Farnsworth of Futurama.

  7. Woah, guys,kids,folks — not to be nit picky over ephemera but the aforementioned “Dyno-mite!!” catch phrase is famously from JJ Walker on the show Good Times in the late 70s. NOT, as thought, from What’s Happening. Where, I believe the only real catch phrase from that show was Dwane Wayne’s “Uh-Uuuhhh!!”
    I just don’t want you guys to sound more terribly white than you need to :).

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