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S01E65 - Deep Trouble II (Goosebumps #58)

September 27, 2021 Say Podcast and Die! Season 1 Episode 65
Say Podcast and Die!
S01E65 - Deep Trouble II (Goosebumps #58)
Show Notes

Andy and Alyssa read Goosebumps #58: Deep Trouble II. Along the way, they discuss the lack of frickin’ mermaids; slime trails; the largely landlocked Gooseverse; birth metaphors; frilled sharks; wastebasket taxons; New England fashions; cannibalism; motorboat basements; the International Sea Life Patrol; too-big animals; Arachnophobia (1990); Anaconda (1997); Eight Legged Freaks (2002); Atoms for Peace and nuclear propaganda; A Fish Out of Water (1961), written by Helen Palmer and illustrated by P.D. Eastman; The Meg (2018); Godzilla (1954); disrupting the balance of nature; Empire of the Ants (1977); Piranha (1978); Deep Blue Sea (1999); LL Cool J’s parrot; The Lost World (1997); The X-Files: Fight the Future (1998); Jules Verne's 20,000 Leagues under the Sea (1872); scientists gone wild; Re-Animator (1985); Hollow Man (2000); human-fish transformations; X-Men (2000); Ponyo (2008); Clive Barker’s The Thief of Always (1992); Plankton, or Creatures from the Abyss (1994); ocean survival horror; Open Water (2003); Steven Callahan’s Adrift: 76 Days Lost at Sea (1986); Roald Dahl’s “Dip in the Pool” (1952); Castaway (2000); Elián González; Johann David Wyss'sThe Swiss Family Robinson (1812); RL Stine’s amoral universe; deserted island stories; Sweetheart (2019); the Creepshow animated short “Survivor Type” (2020);  food supply horror; Soylent Green (1973); Snowpiercer (2013); Blade Runner 2049 (2017); monster blood, Go Eat Worms, King Jellyjam, & Blob connections; fish people evolution; 90s-era GMO debates; & Raj Patel’s Stuffed & Starved (2008). // Music by Haunted Corpse // Follow @saypodanddie on Twitter and Instagram, and get in touch at [email protected]