Episode 136: CHEMO: The Pieces Of Erica Smith by J.M. Perkins


It’s only been two months since Agent Joseph faced masses of zombies while locked inside of a prison. Now, he has a new mission. This one is so big that half of all CHEMO is being mobilized. They have to destroy every last piece of the immortal cell line that spawned out of a tumor grown on a woman named Erica Smith.

Afterwards, Big and Rish talk CHEMO, get a lot of text messages, and giggle far more than is professionally acceptable. Beware, there’s probably something offensive in all of that…we’re not sure what, but we’re pretty sure it’s there.

Special thanks to Wendy Cooper for producing today’s story, and to Clay Dugger for lending his voice to today’s episode.

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Related Links:

J.M. Perkins’s Site
Buy the Chemo novel here
Wendy Cooper’s Site
Clay Dugger’s Site
Photo by Pacific Northwest National Laboratory.
Music was Pyraminx by Roger Subirana Mata and Omnipresence by Dereleech.
Some sound effects are courtesy of the Freesound Project.
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4 Responses to “Episode 136: CHEMO: The Pieces Of Erica Smith by J.M. Perkins”

  1. 1) Great use of incidental music!

    2) You guys are unbelievably silly — in a fascinating way.

  2. Finally got a chance to listen and ah man, I loved this episode. You guys are silly and hillarious and now I feel really bad about getting delayed in sending you your copies :/. But seriously, awesome job with the story and your trademark Dunesteef self deprecating irreverence.

  3. Oh and I will never ever forgive your shenanigans. Blood feud forever! ;)

  4. I’d say to lay off the crack, but it seems to work for you guys. Oh, and thanks for Wendy’s web link – I was *this close* to taking my own life, but then Rick Astley made it all better. ;)

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