The gang gathers at midnight to discuss a most serious topic: how wrong Tim's predictions could possibly be. Also, Andalite culture and history, whether aliens and humans might smooch, and all the ways in which Hedrick is the worst. (C'mon, Hedrick.)
Tobias is as free as a bird now,
And this bird you cannot change.
(Oh, oh, oh, oh, oh.)
Meg, Tim, and Alex discuss Contraband Kombucha, Visser Three’s Dom Jeans, Jeremy Jason Jordan James John Jacob McCole’s immeasurable fame.
We talk wibbly-wobbly, timey-wimey stuff; where Jake fall’s on Alex’s very scientific Leaderhip Spectrum; and what kind of sports and games Andalites play.
(CW: Discussion of tropical diseases from 1:10:12 to 1:15:14.)
PS: Meg’s volume is a little low this week; we’re sorry for that!
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In which we learn that dogs are a super-intelligent alien race placeholder for their robot walkers, we discuss weird maths and paper writing skills, Alex becomes a muppet, and we have a serious moral discussion on whether we agree that Erek should or should not join the fight. Also: the importance of a haircut.
Meg pretends the entire episode is a philosophical discussion, Alex role plays, and you'll never guess which host has been skunked.
The gang's back and delighted to learn more about Ax. And delighted. Andalited. Get it?
Pop some popcorn and get ready for the Animorphs' answer to a summer blockbuster. Also: go check your stove now and make sure you didn't leave the gas on.
If you expected the Kafka jokes last episode to be followed up with Camus this time, well...sorry, we dropped the ball. But join us to learn about what malls are, Hork-Bajir linguistics, and how to guarantee that you’ll never have fast food or fast-casual restaurants as sponsors.
New to Minds at Yeerk and want to catch up on the story we've been telling? Been listening and want to brush up? Good news! The first round of our story is all in one convenient place!
This one has everything! Space politics! Wolf-on-tiger cuddling! Radio Shacks! Plus: Learn why there are no winners in lobster staring contests!
No one told them life was gonna be this way.
This book goes to some dark places, which surprised even those of us who have read it before. (CW: Discussion of a character's attempt at suicide.)
Friendships are tested. Childhoods, ruined. And things happen in the book, too.
Jen, Alex, Meghan, and Tim discuss blue reindeer, Yeerk day-spas, and wombat poop.