Total mystery what Kristy’s Big News is this week, but Patrick Thomas is getting married and he can’t do that without every member of his estranged, alienated, angry, and abandoned family by his side! Except David Michael for some reason. Also this week: Shark People, Heraclitus, and a timely checkin with WebMD. Music credits:“Fun Quirky Retro,” by Pink Zebra“Dark Skies,” by Marco Belloni Music“Vibe,” by Marble Space“The Prophecy,” by Fox Beat“Sad to Hopeful,” by The Story ShopThanks as always to original Baby Boy Scott Lamb for the intro music, and to Superbrat for the outro music.
It had long been foretold that Kristy would be betrayed nine times before the end. But even after Dawn and Mallory turned their backs on her, no one was prepared for the onslaught that followed. The boys return to Stoneybrook this week to sift through the smoldering ashes of what had once been a safe haven. There’s also kind of a surprising amount of discussion about the British mope-rock band, Keane. Everything changes!Music credits:“Nostalgia,” by Raspberry Music“Everybody Changes,” by Keane “Piano Sadness,” by Alex Bird“Inspirational Techno,” by Kornev MusicThanks as always to original Baby Boy Scott Lamb for the intro music, and to Superbrat for the outro music.
Failing to heed their own best advice, the boys bring dolls into the sanctity of their homes and play with them. But these aren’t just any dolls: They’re the short-lived but presumably beloved 1991 line of Remco Baby-Sitters Club Dolls, complete with fun accessories like “a hot dog” and terrifying, mutated “halfling” versions of themselves. Music credits:“Virtual Insanity,” by JamiroquaiThanks as always to original Baby Boy Scott Lamb for the intro music, and to actual baby, Cyril, for the outro music.
The California Diaries are over. The time has come for us to roll up our JNCOs, gather up our empty bottles of MD 20/20, feed our Furbies one final time, and wave farewell to Ducky, Amalia, Maggie, Sunny, and Dawn, as they walk—arm in arm—into the warm, comforting glow of Pacific Sunwear. And what is that beautiful music we hear on the wind, like a whispered promise? Could it possibly be an angel, saying, just softly enough for us to hear … "THANK U." Music credits:“90s Alternative Rock,” by FUNTOMASS“Thank U,” by Alanis Morissette“Candle in the Wind,” by Elton John“Sad to Happy,” by Silverhoof“Rock,” by Studio Monkey“Surf Rock Chase Scene,” by Sun Channel MusicThanks as always to original Baby Boy Scott Lamb for the intro music, and to Superbrat for the outro music.