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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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Now displaying: September, 2016

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.

Sep 27, 2016

Jonah Cooper is intrepid and curious and constantly dipping his toes into many pots, so it was natural that he would return to Rabbit Hole. This time we started with a very rich man from Nigeria, and from there touched on America's favorite cocaineated beverage, cutting tools, and Islam!

Sep 20, 2016

Road rambler Nina Slesinger stopped by to review Solvace, something Tyler found dull. From there we learned about state dances, the Moulin Rouge, and child prodigies.

Sep 13, 2016

The world's best grandma Sarah Dell'Amico joined us for an amble down North Carolina's American Tobacco Trail. From there we discovered Scoubidou, the Alps, and the government's pernicious experimentation perpetrated against its own people.

Sep 6, 2016

Nate Dicken is a heartwarming dude, and we figured that's what we and the world needs right now. We got possibly the best starting link of all time, because the possibilities were endless (or statistically too difficult for us to calculate). There are ghosts, skeptics, murders, and millionaire Mormons all over this episode!

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