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Rabbit Hole: A Wikipedia Podcast

On Rabbit Hole, Chicago performers Erin, Tyler and a special guest start out on the same randomly-selected Wikipedia page. From there, they follow any link in that strikes their fancy, doing the same on the next page, and the next... Once they've climbed out of their respective Rabbit Holes, they meet and discuss all the interesting, weird, and exciting information they have discovered.
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Every episode of Rabbit Hole, Chicago performers Erin and Tyler, along with a guest, start out on the same randomly-selected Wikipedia page. From there, they follow any link in the article that strikes their individual fancy, doing the same on the next page, and the next... Once they've climbed out of their respective Rabbit Holes, they meet and discuss all the interesting, weird, and exciting information they discovered. Armed only with curiosity and a dangerously shallow degree of knowledge about basically everything, they are ready to leap into... the Rabbit Hole.

May 26, 2015

Voice actress and professional Erin Sprague joins us for the twisty windy rabbit hole of murder, complicity and internet audio protocols, all based off the troubadour of truth, Weird Al Yankovic.

May 19, 2015

Our tallest guest Asher Perlman joins us to talk about an English Striker, and finally gets to talk about what he's always wanted to, the bureaucratic lists of film organizations. Tyler stumbles along the edge of ignorance as he broaches Deaf culture, and Erin discovers a little bit about the motion pictures of the 1600s.

May 12, 2015

Our friends from New York, Darla and Mikela Horn-Bjork, joined us to discuss continental boundaries, Arab Springs, Chinese birth regulations, and neoliberalism.

May 5, 2015

Writer and actor Sarah Ashley joined us for a formatting experiment born of a clerical error. Three different starting links! Learn of the majesty of Britain's oldest road, the disgusting science of a Canadian cartoon, and the origin story of the doughnut. Yum yum, experiments!

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