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Hey Everyone! This week’s episode is the first time we had ever had a guest on the podcast: Dr. Kiki of “This Week in Science”. She was a fantastic first guest and hopefully will be willing to come back for more! Make sure to check out her show (http://www.twis.org) to learn and have fun!

We are revamping our YouTube page as well as all of the other things we are doing! It’s really exciting, because it means that we are going to have more ways to connect with people. I’m hoping that the new video format is what people are looking for and will get people to watch our audio podcast while at home. You can find the new YouTube channel at the same place as the old one: http://bit.ly/SCPSyoutube. It’s going to take some time, but I think it will be a great way to get our show in the future!

And now, enjoy episode 3 “We Won the Olympics!”

In the recording session, Dr. Kiki of “This Week In Science” joined us to record a sketch about the Olympics! Don’t refer to Dr. Kiki as anything but “Doctor”. Stuart’s conception of Leo Laporte is completely wrong, also, Stuart has no idea how to use the internet properly. Alisha is going to the DNC and flying Spirit Airlines… they are certainly not a sponsor because they are barely an airline. No one lost any fingers for 4th of July. It was launch day for Pokemon Go… but we still found a way to finish the podcast (mainly because we couldn’t get on the server). More people die from selfies than from cows. Evidently Dr. Kiki was on “Chelsea” with Chelsea Handler (talk about name dropping… sheesh!). Birds are all the rage in the Kiki household, and evidently Stuart’s household is all about repeating information incorrectly to the person he got the information from. Alisha wants a murder of crows following her. Stuart offended Al Franken. Alisha did not “woo” for Stu when he biked through Portland naked… it was pretty chilly. Stuart is the worst person to run into at the end of WNBR. Alisha wants to be a hype person for someone. We talk about doom which leads to a sketch about the olympics.

For the sketch: It’s the Olympics! It’s exciting! It’s also being held in Rio, which makes it pretty interesting. Do you watch the sport of rowing? Is rowing an actual olympic sport? We think so, so we did two different sketches based on the rowing team in Rio. If you’re nice, we will release the second one as well.

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  • This Week In Science — This Week in Science (TWIS) is a weekly, hour-long web and radio show presenting an humorous, often opinionated, and irreverent look at the week in science and technology. In each episode, TWIS discusses the latest in cutting-edge science news on topics such as genetic engineering, stem cells, cybernetics, epigenetics, space exploration, neuroscience, microbiology, the end of the world, and a show favorite – Countdown to World Robot Domination.

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