Oh, hello, SaysWhovia. We were just putting out the plates. There’s turkey and pie, and potatoes, and, why, I think we have a little impeachment left in the fridge.
Yes, it’s Thanksgiving! The holiday of feasting! Of pie! Of traffic! Of jumping over the table to wrestle another relative to the ground! Here in SaysWhovia, we celebrate communally. Everyone is invited. Dan and Maureen have been cooking all day and they want you to eat up. And Helen Rosner, food writer for The New Yorker, has stopped by for her annual visit! She talks tradition, family meals, and plays another round of “Would Trump Eat It?”
This episode also contains a Says Who first: AN EXCLUSIVE NEWS STORY. Yes. This is actually true. Telling you more would be spoiling it, but let’s just say… we’re a part of the story now. Not a bit part. Not a sane part. But a part.
Grab a fork. It’s time to get busy.
Today's episode includes the track "News Theme 1"
by Audionautix, published under the CC3 license.
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