Erin and Tyler talk about some All-Americans and some All-All-Americans, before bounding off into the wilds of their own interests. Erin learns about fashion, costumes and masquerades, while Tyler tries to answer a burning question: what color is Brown and why isn't it in the rainbow?
The hosts are effervescent as they discuss a classic South Australian soft drink. From there they indulge their sweet teeth as they learn about decorative confections and carbon dioxidated beverages.
Also, on Oct 2nd Erin and Tyler will be recording a live episode at the Chicago Podcasting Festival! Find more information at: http://chicagopodcastfestival.org/project/rabbit-hole-a-wikipedia-podcast/
The couple find themselves starting out with a much decorated doctor. From there they explored geared horses and famous locations in UVA that Erin knows very very well.
A little bit of unincorporation gets us started this week. Tyler trawls far and wide to find something interesting, hitting that old faithful Army Corps of Engineers along the way. Erin stops short on a great find after she treks through the Pocono Mountains.
From a jazzy singer/arts administrator, Tyler and Erin descend into the wonderful worlds of the 4th longest running non-musical play, and a posthumous minstrel show.
The punch couple Erin and Tyler talk about a beautiful old (but not TOO old) church in Bath, England. From there we discover everything there is to know about Bath (quite the exhaustive list), and also what a carburetor does.
Environmentalists are a good-egg sort of people, and we learned about a big carton of them. From there we talked about a possibly universal emotion and cruise ship lyfe!
From a thirty-years-strong illusionists' society in New Zealand, Erin and Tyler ranged far and wide, talking about hucksters, flim flammers, and fantasy.
Oh gosh, we missed a week! So sorry Rabbittails. To make up for it, we didn't miss this week.
Starting with Jesse Plemmons' mentor, we made our way around the horn to talk about things like blood relations (emphasis on relations) and that 90s favorite, Lillith Fair.
What is the windspeed of an unladen... Eurasian Sparrowhawk? Tyler and Erin sat down to find out, but got distracted by the varied wonders of Wikipedia. Come and fascinate at medical monkeys and caw caw callings!
Erin and Tyler talk about the coolest scientist ever. Literally. From there we learn about weatherpeople and famous mountaineering schools!
Erin hit the jackpot and Tyler hit the jack squat in these rabbit holes based on an old ok plane. Learn about cool birds and bad bombs!
Erin and Tyler talk about a useful but very poorly understood cell in the body. (It's only poorly understood by Erin and Tyler, doctors understand it very well.) From there they talk about human life expectancy and prophylactics!
Erin and Tyler lay the chill as they talk about a quickly-canceled reality tv show. From there we learned about Dr Phil's progeny and vaudeville celebrities. And Erin gives a quick pitch on a hot Broadway hit.
The inquisitive Professor Ada Cheng joins us to talk about a World War I flying ace. Only not really, actually we talk a lot about marriage and what it means to us one month in. Then we talk about our rabbit holes but also dive deep into deep topics like war and peace. It's a thinker folks, get ready to get raised up.