Baby Geniuses is a show for people who know stuff and people who don't know stuff, but would like to. Every week, comedian and super-genius Emily Heller and cartoonist and mastermind Lisa Hanawalt, challenge their guests to share some knowledge on any topic they want.
It's a big day in Baby Geniuses history. This will be the episode you will all remember as "the one where Emily releases the sauce info."
On Wiki of the Week, we read the Wikipedia page for Nutty Narrows Bridge, a bridge for squirrels and the world's narrowest animal crossing (citation needed).
Welcome to Baby Geniuses!
Or Hello Babies! Or however this usually goes! We start the show off by reading some letters sent in by listeners just like you. We also give a quick update on our hot sauce saga - a listener followed the clues and identified the sauce! On Wiki of the Week, we read the Wikipedia page for "Computer Rage," and I silently but spiritedly nod in agreement in as Lisa complains about her Macbook's touch bar.
Hello babies! The last time we recorded was before the Georgia runoff elections, so we have some stuff to talk about. For example, we find out what Joey has been up to. On this episode, Emily considers sending an email about hot sauce. On Chunch Chat, we discuss whether Martha needs to read the room or not. On Wiki of the Week, we read the Wikipedia page for “Fascinus,” the embodiment of the divine phallus. This one requires an image search.
We're proud to announce that CostnerWatch 2020 is officially over, and there will be no CostnerWatch 2021! On today's episode, we finally get to discuss the Hilaria Baldwin debacle. On a very special double Wiki of the Week, we read the Wikipedia pages "Jimmy Carter Rabbit Incident" as well as "Puzzle Jug." They aren't related at all, we just liked them both!
Happy holidays to all the babies of the world! On today's episode, we discuss bits that people do at home to the chagrin of their partners. Also, we introduce Joey, our newest host. Let's see how long he lasts! On Wiki of the Week, we read the Wikipedia page for Kitty Fisher, an 18th century Kardashian type.
Welcome to that wonderful gap between Thanksgiving and Christmas, also known as the valley of missing productivity! Lisa is deep into Costnerwatch 2020 (roughly 25 films), and Emily admits an early crush. On Wiki of the Week, we read a wiki page for "McDonald's Characters," a list of some of the worst characters in fiction.
Happy Thanksgiving! We can't wait to see our friends and family this week - Daphne, Marty, Eddie, Frasier, Niles, the whole Crane gang. We are also looking forward to seeing our actual relatives over Zoom, because it's a pandemic and we're not traveling! On today's ep, we read the Wikipedia page for Worm Charming (also known as worm grunting or worm fiddling), methods of attracting worms from the ground. Gotta get them out of the earth somehow!
Thank you for voting! On today's ep, we share our feelings about the recent election. We also touch on important topics like Kevin Costner movies and gardening updates. On Chunch Chat, Martha's cat makes an appearance. On Wiki of the Week, we read the Wikipedia page for "Crime in Antarctica." It's a pretty short list.
It's the spookiest time of year again! It's also the last episode before the election, so please make sure to vote so we are happy on the next episode. On this episode, we talk costumes, Borat, and rollerskates! On Wiki of the Week, we read the Wikipedia page for Robert Coates (actor), an actor who was so bad we're still talking about him hundreds of years later.
What an interesting week - Emily finally got a pStyle! She is getting the hang of it but needs a little practice. On Chunch Chat, Lisa is overjoyed by Martha's five Sicilian donkeys.
On Wiki of the Week, we read the Wikipedia page for "Mr. Blobby," a bulbous pink figure covered with yellow spots, he has a permanent toothy grin and green jiggling eyes...