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Groom of the Stool

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We are still working on our Haloween costumes over here, so please be patient. Nature has started decorating our houses for us. Please take note of the seasonably large spider web. On this episode, Lisa and Emily attend a television awards ceremony. In big Baby Geniuses news, we have a new segment! Please enjoy Endorse Horse, or Ride the Endorse Horse, or whatever we decide to call it. On Wiki of the Week, we read the Wikipedia page for "Groom of the Stool."

Serge Voronoff

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On today's episode, Lisa and Emily respond to an email from a listener who wanted some life advice. Emily gives more tips on how to get rebates from the city for removing your lawn! On Wiki of the Week, we read the Wikipedia page for "Serge Voronoff,"  a French surgeon of Russian extraction who, while working in France in the 1920s and 1930s, gained fame for his technique of grafting monkey testicle tissue on to the testicles of men for purportedly therapeutic purposes.

Cassie Chadwick

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Have Emily and Lisa influenced you to adopt a dog? Let us know! Hi, Baby Geniuses producer Rob Pera here. I just adopted a lil' doggie and you should too. Feel love in your life for once! On Wiki of the Week, we read the Wikipedia page for Cassie Chadwick,   the infamous name used by a Canadian woman who defrauded several U.S. banks out of $19 million dollars by claiming to be an illegitimate daughter and heiress of Andrew Carnegie. Very cool!

Dancing Baby

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We are coming out on this episode as fudge truthers - When was the last time you had fudge? Does anyone other than tourists buy it? Are there people making new batches of fudge, or was all fudge made in the 80s? On Wiki of the Week, we read the Wikipedia page for Dancing Baby. No, it's not a page about when our listeners dance with excitement when we drop a new episode!

Curse Tablet

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Congratulations on sniffing out our show. Lisa's dog Annie is practicing her nose work, and Emily just got a camera to spy on her dog Alan and devised a plan to make sure he never knows she has left the house. On Wiki of the Week, we read the Wikipedia page for "Curse Tablet," one of the many ways our ancestors gave themselves lead poisoning. 

Manneken Pis

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And a special hello all you Raybies out there (a fan of Everybody Loves Raymond and Baby Geniuses)! Emily is neck deep in Raymond DVDs and powering through them a season at a time. On a much sadder note, Tuca & Bertie wasn't renewed for a second season by Netflix - go out there and let them know how disappointed you are! On Wiki of the Week, we read the Wikipedia page for "Manneken Pis," a bronze statue of a boy peeing. Manneken Pis is the best-known symbol of the people of Brussels!

Trash Talk/Flyting

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What permits are needed to start a backyard farm? How many bees do you need to buy? Is a rooster really necessary? This is the first episode recorded in a post "Cats" film trailer world and we need to work out our feelings. On Wiki of the Week, we read the Wikipedia pages for "Trash Talk" and "Flyting." Get ready for some hyperbole and figurative language! 

Soucouyant

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Thank you for sending in your #babybikes! We asked you to draw a bike from memory- no peeking- and you did it! Lisa just got back from Alaska, and she enjoyed ALL of the sights. Emily's dad is winning 2019 by taking up a new hobby - designing and making clothes! Emily is sporting a smart printed romper made by her pop. On Wiki of the Week, we read the Wikipedia page for Soucouyant, a kind of blood sucking hag in Caribbean folklore. Hags are BACK!

Acoustic Kitty, JD & The Straight Shot

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On this very special episode of Baby Geniuses, we read multiple Wikipedia pages for our world famous Wiki of the Week segment. We will start by reading the Wikipedia page for "Acoustic Kitty," a CIA project that was a uniquely bad idea. We shift gears and dive into the Wikipedia page for "JD & The Straight Shot," a blues band backed by a lot of green.

Roar (1981 film)

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What have you been putting off in order to get your life in order? What is one quick thing you can do to organize your living space? When was the last time you thought of the film Magic Mike? On Wiki of the Week, we read the Wikipedia page for "Roar (1981 film)." You'll laugh your head off (or at least part of it!)

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