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Dec 14, 2017

This week Jason does a take on the Charles Dickens novel a Christmas Carol by bringing in guests from the podcast's past. The first guest is the person who was the first voice ever heard on the podcast, Brittany. They talk about a lost episode they did that Jason recently found, a former guest they did an episode about and a This or That podcast scenario. Dave Jackson from the School of Podcasting drops in for a few minutes. Dave was the person Jason learned most of his podcasting knowledge from. They talk about a viral video that was shot in Jason's hometown mall and a British YouTuber who cemented his head inside a microwave. ChooChooStu drops by to talk about his song "Crazy for Christmas" and being kicked off the show. Of course, Dan Severn drops by to throw Stu off the podcast again. Then Dave Prague returns to the podcast for the first time in over a year to talk about his sketch comedy album, his latest project and a NJ woman who was pulled over for having a street sign sticking out of her sunroof. There were also Arrogant Worms songs "The Guy with Computer Know How" and "Santa Got Arrested", as well as a song by ChooChooStu's band the Yulebillies called "Crazy for Christmas".

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