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Episode · 10 months ago

031 - The Smartest in the World

ABOUT THIS EPISODE

This week, Andrew discusses time without the boys, finding out who Alton thinks the smartest person in the world is, as well as The Bad Batch, Loki (Who's in the castle?!), the Mandalorian and Wandavision getting Emmy nods, and where we thought we'd be when we were 15... 

Dad. No, I am, because parenting is a complicated well, hello and welcome to episode thirty one of the Dad do Lorian podcast. This is our baskin Robbins episode. I guess maybe I need to go get ice cream later today. Huh, I don't know. Yeah, anyway, happy to have you back after a brief hiatus last week. I Apologize I didn't do a great job of communicating exactly what was going on, but last week was a very busy week with me for the day job and long story short, I have one particular issue that I've been working on that I've got open basically about twenty five times. So yeah, it's long more detailed explanation than that, but suffice to say, it's been busy and we're finally getting to the point where it slowed down. On top of that, this week the boys are with Nan and pappy and they actually came up over last weekend and so it just was not a great time to be recording and so I just did not ever get the episode recorder. But we've got plenty to talk about this week. So yeah, the first thing this week with the boys. It's been a very interesting kind of thing. One really great story was a particularly with the there's been question of WHO's the smartest in the household, and let me kind of give you a preface to tell you how we got to this particular discussion. So, as many of you probably know, I think I've told stories in the past. We have quanker, who is a character in one of the boys books called Beet Beep, go to sleep. If you are looking for a good reading children's book with great artwork, that is one of my personal favorites and that is one that we've had for the boys for a while. We bought it at a book store down here in Newburg called chapters, and it's just a fun little story about a boy trying to put his robots to sleep and they keep meeting things like you know, you it's like you would expect with the three year old kind of thing, like I need this, I need that sort of thing, and so it was a really cute story. We have that and it was one of those just really fun ones. Well, we made the voice on the baby monitor be clinker. It's nine times out of tend me. Also there is Clinkett, who is also available at would be mom but regardless, it's one of those things. It's kind of like, I think this will be more disappointing than Santa Claus when alt in officially owns up to the fact that he knows that clanker is just dad. At this point he does not seem to want to give up that illusion. But it's one of those things like he kind of has those moments where you wonder, does he know? where? Does he know? Because he will sometimes refer to me as clank I mean dad and all of that stuff when he comes into our room. But he's not quite given up on clinker at this point, and so he wants to talk to clanker every night before bed, and the other night we had him in bed. I'm sitting there doing my clank early duties and it completely unprompted, Alton, in the middle of our conversation, goes hey, clanker, do you know...

...who the smartest person in our family is? And immediately I go oh, no, this is going to be good. No, Mr Alton, who is your smartest person in your family? I am like just beaming ear to ear to himself about this, because he's somehow figured out that he's the smartest person in the family and I don't go right back into talking to him because I'm too busy just absolutely busting up laughing because, don't get me wrong, our son is incredibly smart. Both of our boys are incredibly smart, almost to the point where it's a little bit scary how smart these youngsters are getting at this point. But I'm just going, oh my gosh, there there was no prompting to this. We hadn't had any conversations about anybody in the house being smarter than anybody else anything like that. We have no idea how he decided that he was the smartest one in the family. But I start quizzing him a little bit. Well, what her do you know? And I'd start asking him things. He's like, well, no, I don't know that. Okay, well, what about this? Well, no, I don't know that. What about this? No, clanker, I don't know that. Well then, how are you the smartest one in the family? Well, because I have really good ideas. Kay, like what? Well, I can't think of them right now. So it's whole conversation goes on and eventually wound up getting to the point where I told him, have you ever beaten your father in Trivia? Well, no, I would venture to guess your brother hurt. Your father would probably beat you and your brother in Trivia if you were to go there, and that is a test of knowledge. This is a couple weeks ago. Well, fast forward to this week. This Week Alton for some reason did not want to go to his Sunday school class and decided he wanted to go to Sunday school with mom and Dad. And when we're in Sunday school our pastor actually does a trivia quiz at the beginning of the thing and it's nothing like exceptionally hard most of the time. Like he'll usually toss a Disney question or two in there. That sort of think. And so this week Alton was sitting in on the Trivia Quiz. It's just as a little ten question quiz, and Alton actually did get three of the questions on it right. Daddy got eight of the ten right. So yeah, at that point afterwards I was like so how many did you get right? Three? He's like yeah, I'm like Daddy got eight right. Oh, does that mean that you're smarter than Daddy? MMM, like you could tell that he was trying not to admit the fact that his father had outsmarted him and beaten him at Trivia. So it was it was really quite humorous and you know, it's one of those things. I don't want to wit break them down and be like, Oh, you're so dumb, because my kids are definitely not dumb. But he's for any already thinks he knows everything there is to know. Well, I know all lot and like trying to give me advice on what he thinks is wrong with my car and like there's just so many things that he just will pop up and he's got an opinion on things, and I'm sure Austin is probably going to grow up to be kind of the same way and it it's just I mean,...

...they're they're boys. They are incredibly smart little boys that are going to cause much mischief, but they're also I think they're going to grow up to do big things and I think every parent in a way expects that from their kids. But I think that they're going to just be really intelligent boys and they might problem and I would not doubt it if either one of them or both of them wind up being smarter than me. And that's I mean, that is what it is like to a certain extent. I think at some point down the line they'll probably surpass me, but it's been that's been kind of our fun this last week. Right now they are down with Nana and pappy for the week. They come back Saturday and this is kind of become an annual thing for us where her, my wife's parents, will take the boys. Like actually last year it was just one of the boys but like you her, it's now both of the boys get to go down with Ann and pappy for a week and spend a week down there and it kind of gives them into an, I. A little bit of a break to kind of recharge and just have some fun with just the two of us and, you know, get things done that we might not otherwise be able to get done. At some point this week we need to go through the boys toys and per some of them and get through that. But you know, we went out. We last night got dinner at the gustavs Bar Garten down in Kaiser and then just wandered around the Kaiser shopping center down there and, you know, picked up a few different things that a few different places. You know, walked through world market, went through Michael's, went through the massive target down there, which by the way, if you have never been to the target in Kaiser, let me tell you that is an experience unlike any other target in the Portland Metro area. Like I don't even know how to describe it. Like they have one of their like Disney themed sections in the toy section, but it is massive. Like I seem to remember there was like a great wind target or great something like. It's basically like targets version of Super Walmart in other states. Like I've never seen one in Oregon, but I think the one that we have here in Kaiser's about the closest that it comes to that. Like it's a very large store, to the extent that I've never seen one in Oregon. That I think, quite compares maybe the one at Portland International Airport. But honestly, the last time I was in that target that I can remember was on our wedding day when we stopped to pick up a couple things before going back to our hotel after the wedding ceremony. So that really like I wasn't paying a whole lot of attention to the target out there and if I have been there since then, I honestly don't remember it. So yeah, it's quite the experience is to go to that particular target down there. But you know, we're going to do some stuff, like we are going out with another couple at some point. Actually, I think we're having come dinner with a couple different couples at some point this week. I'm not sure which days and all that, but it is something where we are getting to spend time with other adults and get some time maybe watching television where it's not something directed towards our kill children. And Yeah,...

...just like it's been, it's been a good couple of days so far. I this week decided to take half days on Monday through Thursday and then I'm off on Friday and that's really it's one of those things that I am excited about it because, like I there's been some long weeks the last few weeks with work and so getting to a point where I can look at it and go, okay, I'm in a good position. I am absolutely going to take some time here and kind of recuperate and use some of my pto up. I that was, I think, a big thing for me this week and not having to have my entire day because it's been it's been there's been days when I've been working until after six in some cases, and so kind of getting to the point where it's not a big deal anymore. That's been kind of my fun thing this week. So we are going to go ahead, we're going to head to our first break. When we come back we are going to discuss what we've been streaming the last couple of weeks and that is going to include a very lengthy discussion of low key thus far and big surprise coming later in the episode that I want to tell you about. But until then, stay tuned and we're back. Thanks again so much for tuning in to the dead Dolorian podcast. And so this week in streaming, or the last two weeks in streaming, I think the big one that I'm going to start off with this week is going to be the bad batch. Because the bad batch, if you not watched it yet, I would definitely recommend getting in on it. We're eleven episodes deep now with the bad batch and this most recent episode was possibly the least bad batch centric one, although it is definitely setting up to be very bad batch centric in the next episode. But this week's focus was a little bit less on where the bad batch was what they were up to and it was a lot more on the impact of the galaxy overall in an era where people are getting sick of war and are finally at a point with peace. And you had a revisit to Ryloth where you get to meet Sham Descendula as well as his wife who, if you remember from the clone wars, were freedom fighters for rileoth during that period and also, you find out later on, are the parents of Harrison Dulah, who is part of the group in rebels. And so if you haven't guessed it at this point, I will tell you right now. You are going to get your first glimpse of Hara as a child, and one thing that I'm confused by on this one is in watching this episode, child Hara is hanging out with chopper, which is great, but child hair is apparently still voiced by Vanessa Marshall and does not sound like Vanessa Marshall Playing Hara as an adult, or even like you know, there's two basic versions of Hara's voice that you get. You get the one that's the most common kind of Americanized accent and then you get the other one that has the I think it's...

...almost like an eastern European accent to it when she speaks to her father in the show. So it's very it's very interesting to kind of hear her voice and not think, oh, that's her voice. Now. This is coming in the same series that brought US Freddy Prince Jr playing Caleb Doom as a child, when he was still a Padawan, and him sounding like Grown Man Freddy Prince Jr Aka Ho. I'm blanking on his other name, Kanan Jeris. Yeah, sorry, that shouldn't take me as long as it did, but so that was the one thing I I went online on IMDB. As soon as I heard the voice, I'm like that can't be Vanessa Marshall and I looked it up and it turns out that it is. So Vanessa Marshall has some arranged to her voice and was able to pull off young Haro without sounding like old haras. So Freddie Prince Jr takes some notes. They're like I love you, dude, I I'm not at all disappointed by your appearance and it I just was like he sounds a lot older than he should given the fact that he's a pad one at this point. So it's interesting. So basically, at this point we've now kind of established the base of rebels, as it were, with Caleb and Harah both appearing at different points in the show, and I think it just goes to show, if nothing else, Dave aloney really likes intertwining all of these series and I am, for one, completely okay with it. I think that the fact that you were able to bring it to life, a live action version of everyone's favorite, not a Jedi Jedi, a Soakatano, bringing in the mandalorians like. There's just so much that he has done with the franchise as a whole that I think it has benefited Disney. I mean looking today there for season two of the Mandalorian was twenty four emmy nominations, which is huge. Do I think that they're going to win any of them? If the critics who vote on this sort of thing are any indication, probably not. But honestly, it's one of those things that I'm just not surprised by it anymore because usually anything that a critic is going to be voting on and like, and I think critics are the ones that vote on the Emmy's. I could be totally wrong, I've never actually looked into their methodology, but anything that they've typically like is not something that I'm going to enjoy, and so it's one of those things that because I enjoyed the Mandalorian so much, that I also feel like they're not going to give it a whole lot of love. They might get something here there, it might be a technical emmy something like that, but regardless, I don't have a whole lot of hope for them. But Holy Cow, twenty four emmy nominations and just not jumping out of that universe into another universe really quick. Wand Division had twenty three Emmy's. I will be interested to see who wins on that. Am I going to tune in for them? No, honestly, I've never been a fan of watching a word shows like I just don't get the point and they're just not that interesting to me. But I will be interested to see if any of the shows that...

I enjoyed did actually win emmy's, not because it makes me decide whether or not I'm going to tune in, but more because I like seeing the hard work that the people that are working on it get rewarded, even if it's something as dumb as a shiny object that we've given significance to. What good does Emmy's really provide to the substance of a show? Probably not much. Like the accoades are nice, but in the end, like I would rather see a quality show that never gets an emmy nomination then something that gets an emmy nomination that I thought was just awful. So that is where I'm at on it. But, regardless of Disney is set into a position where they could be walking away with a ton of hardware depending on how this goes, and that's a big deal, particularly because there's both streaming shows. This isn't something where it was on the year first and now it's come about in getting awards. So it's really signifying a shift because now we are looking more and more at the streamer's content. It used to be just well, that's web content, and now this is actually legitimate television for the people who are in charge of those sorts of decisions. So that is regardless kind of where I'm out on it. The I will be very interesting to see because of where that episode left off. It was a cliffhanger really. You get a very brief cameo of the bad batch where they are bringing weapons to sham's associate, Gobi, who is getting weapons even after those on Ryloth had given up their weapons, because he understands that there's probably going to be more fighting and disturbing was not the best idea for them. So, but sham is the point where he is tired of war and ready for peace, and you can tell that he's trying to convince himself that this is what they want, even though it is something where he is not necessarily, I think, completely trusting of it. And you can tell that his wife too is actually in a position where she doesn't believe this piece is going to last, because she knows what Goby is doing as well. Pen has been encouraging Hera to give her the details to so it's going to be interesting to see how it all plays out where it weaves off. Hara is on the run after her father is being framed for an attempt on the life of their senator, and that is all thanks to our good friend. I almost called him dead shot. I think suicide squad somehow popped into my head. That's not who I mean. Crossair. Crossair does a well place bolt. I don't think that they actually killed the senator because, if I remember correctly, in the timeline he winds up getting killed later, and so I don't think that they're going to tinker with that. It's just said an attempt on the life of so I think he is at this point just stunned, but we don't really see him get up by the end of the episode. So, but the next episode is going to be returning to Ryloth and I'm sure is going to be sending the batch in to help extricate Hera and possibly even her parents. I'm going to give you, guys, my thought on this. I think, and this is...

...something my wife is also brought up and she actually, I think, was the one who said it first. She and I are both kind of the opinion we're probably going to see how Hara's mother dies in this particular little story arc and I think that is going to be kind of what pushes Hera to become the rebel that she is. You get to see her love of ships very early on. She gets to fly them, she doesn't get to land them at this point in her life and she has a really great interaction with Omega where she winds up going and exploring the batches to because she'd never seen anything like it and it blows her mind. And so she talks to Omega and the way they have this moment at the end where her para has left and Omega says she's weird. I like her, and so I hoping that that means that maybe we'll get some more interaction with her and Hara at some point and maybe even, dare I say that we get live action Hara and possibly live action Omega later on. Like I think the story of Omega is not something that day felony is telling by chance. I think that there will be something tying into the Mandalorian and it's various spinoffs later on that we just haven't seen yet, and so I will be very interested to see where that all comes into play. But it folowey does nothing by chance, like it's just not something he does. Like there's usually seeds planted that may go back many years and he'll go back and pull something out of that that you're just like, oh, I didn't see that coming, and so I'm excited to see where bad batch goes on this. Next thing that we have watched recently is the most recent two episodes of Lokey and my goodness. So where we left off into the episode two weeks ago, Wokei gets pruned and sylvie winds up getting the upper hand on Ravana and saying you're going to tell me everything, and then Loki wakes up and realizes he's not dead. In fact he's in some weird purgatory kind of plays. And when he wakes up he is greeted by not one, not two, not even three, but for other low key variants, and one of them, I've been predicting this the entire time. We were coming up to this and it was confirmed very quickly, was none other than Richard e grant who, if you don't remember, was the one who shot the Hoe. I keep wanting to call him Ron Weasley and star wars, and that's not who it is, like the red haired Guy, oh, general hucks, general hucks, oh my gosh, like I don't know why it was that I couldn't remember his name, but anyway, the one who shot him when he finds out that he's the traitor. That was been. That was who was playing old low key. And then you have other variants that, like the low key who boasts, who's black,...

...lowkey wielding a hammer like for you have the Kid Lowkey, and then you have crocodile Lokei, which by itself is just like wait, crocodile, look what what is going on? I'm confused here, and that was where the episode left off, is him waking up with the group of them and going what the heck is going on here? So the next episode we get into Sylvie trying to figure out what happens with all of this stuff and figuring out that basically get sent to this void place that is kind of at the end of time, as it were, and it's basically where the TVA dumps things. They can't outright destroy things, it turns out, they basically dump them into this spot at the end of the timeline and there's nothing, alleged we existing beyond there, and except for a giant cloudy monster that apparently eats and destroys anything and everything that it gets its hands on there. Well, long story short, silfy figures out who that Ravana is playing her this entire time, and so she winds up self pruning and finding the other Lokis, who, by the way, are sitting in a bowling alley with a bunch of other stuff, including a very brief you blink and you'll miss it. It's frog thor, which frog thor is about the weirdest thing that you could possibly think to put in here. My Wife said that this episode most recently bordered on as crazy as legends of tomorrow, which is not something that she necessarily enjoyed. How crazy it got, but they were able to Reil it back in. But Loki goes to weave to try to find his way out and try to find a way to defeat the big shadow monster that nearly eat him. Eats them at the beginning of the episode and come to find out there is a whole bunch of other Lowkeis, including vote for Lowkey and another group of them, and they all betray each other and then this absolute banana's fight between all of the Lokey's breaks out in the bowling alley and low key along with old lowkey kid Lokey and CROC Lokey. I'll take off and we've going back to frog thor briefly, though. Apparently Chris Hemsworth actually recorded the line for frog thor, which was really just him going ah trying to get because he's in a jar trying to get to meal near, but it is a literal frog dressed up as low are, not lokey. It's dressed up as thor and just a little bit away from meal there and he just can't reach it to be able to, you know, break out. Super Bizarre fantastic that Chris Hemsworth actually recorded dialog for a frog version of his character. But yeah, that was that was really fun reveal. Then you find out sylvie got there. Sylvie is running from the big smoke monster and gets saved by a guy in a pizza car who turns out to be Mobius, who also got pruned during the last episode, and they all go and take off...

...for to try to find Lokey. They wind up coming up with the plan where Sylvie is going to actually charm this random savage beast that they figure out is protecting whoever is behind the TVA, and they go to do it and they almost get taken out by it and then old Loki performs a huge, huge, like massive vision of asgard that distract the monster long enough that he can make the heroic sacrifice which, by the way, called it Richard e grant. Coming in there is old woke and sacrificing himself, which was character development for just a little bit that you got him, because you find out that basically the reason that old woke exists is because in his timeline he actually used in a convincing allusion, to make thanos think that he had killed Loki when in fact he had escaped and then gone to his own planet and Glifton lness long life without anything before he got lonely and then he got pruned. So that was that was a very interesting kind of take on it, just to kind of see what if oke had gotten to the point where he was old and wisened and all of that, and I really enjoyed the his take on the character. But the whole episode led up to them charming this beast and they do it and the cloud splits and it reveals a castle and then we cut to the credits and we don't know where this castle is, we don't know who's in the castle and you know, there's the whole thing about your kind of worried that it's going to be like Falcon on the winter soldier as well as one division, where like there's been the rumors percolating for all of these months about what's coming next. Maybe it's Mephisto, may be it's my Fisto. Well, with Loki, it's been kang the entire time that everybody's like, maybe it's Kang, maybe it's Kang. And the last two plot twists that they have figured out, more specifically the fact that Wanda was basically in control of the whole thing going on there and that really Agatho was it all along like it was. It was okay, but it was one of those things where you definitely didn't feel like it had the same Gravitas as if, you know, you find out that really Mephisto was really behind all of this and then, on top of that, with Falconon a soldier, the reveal that Sharon Carter is actually the power broker. Both of those they were okay twists, but it wasn't really, I think, what anybody was expecting and they didn't think they were great twists too. So we're kind of preparing for some disappointment to it, but at the same time like they've done such an exceptional job with the rest of the show that it's really hard to think that they would screw that up, because what we don't want is to get to the end of the episode and find out that, oh, by...

...the way, yeah, this whole thing with Loki, Loki's actually behind it, like you know, you think it's going to be Kang the conqueror going through time and all of this stuff, and no, no, like Loke is behind it and you're just like wait, no, not another variant. Or what if Mobius is behind it? Like that could almost work as a twist, but at the same time, like why? Like you don't have any great motivation, you don't have anything to go who? Okay, I understand what's going on here. Like there one thing that somebody threw out there that was a plausible I don't want it necessarily to be the case of could. I want them to go a different direction with it, but I can understand how it could potentially work. Is the idea that sylvie has another variant there and so like, and it was a really kind of convoluted theory, but basically that her actual nexus moment took place later in her life and so the TVA instead tried to prune her when she was just a little girl, which then in winds up turns turning into her going and trying to burn it down, and so, in her version, her nexus event never actually existed. However, Ravana went back and took care of her, or tried to take care of her, before her nexus event, and that backfired, because now she's behind the TVA, like it'll be. It'll be interesting to see how this all pans out. I cannot wait for that episode to drop tonight. But that is been kind of the thing that we're kind of all like dreading is this has been such a phenomenal show and over the top in ways that I would never have expected them to be able to pull off. I mean, a multilokey fight and a bowling out like that was absurd to the point of being crazy, and I loved every minute of it. But I don't want them to do what they have done in the past and get to that ending note and just be like well, ere it is just be like no, seriously, like Ralph Boner, that's the guy's name. Okay, so that is what we are waiting on for tonight, is what is going to happen with Lokey. We've also been keeping up with a little bit of the nanny as far as you know, going back and watching some of the episodes. My wife's been watching more of them without me when I'm not actually watching, but it's been, you know, getting those moments where it kind of remember some of the fun. With that. I also last night went to bed early and put on Frasier to count myself fall asleep. Something Abou Kelsey grammars tone is a very, very soothing and so I decided to do that. And then I was reminded that apparently there is going to be a revival of frasier coming on CBS all access, which I will be interested to see how that pans out. I think it's going to be when they get to that point, if it is something that they wind up doing, or it sounds like they are doing it and they've got plans for it. It's just a matter of actually shooting it. But it sounds like it's might be a kind of a spin on Frasier moving in with his dad. They're Frasier's...

...dad moving in with him, I should say, but instead fraser may be moving in with Frederick and seeing how that all plays out now that Frederick is older and has kids and all that like. I think it'll be an interesting thing. Like I've always loved the character of Frasier. I think he was very like it was very fun to see how he played out, you know, going from cheers and kind of always being sort of the straight man and then getting to the point where he's moved across the country and is in Seattle and back around family and like the whole scenario of you meet his brother and his brother is basically him jacked up to eleven and his dad is completely polar opposite, and just all of the kind of different interactions you got there. And if they can bring back most of the original cast to come back and play in this and kind of visit and figure out where all of the characters are now in their lives, I think that would be a very interesting play. But I really want to see kind of what Fraser has been up to and kind of get that idea. So it'll be it'll be very interesting to kind of see how that goes. So all right, we're going to go ahead and head to our last break and when we come back it is going to be pod deck question of the week. Stay two. Thanks again for tuning in to the dead Luran podcast. If you want to support the program there's a couple different ways you can do that. If you want to do so monetarily, we are on buy me a coffeecom the Dad Dolorean and on there. You can make a onetime donation, or you can also go ahead and join the DAD DOLRIAN covert. It is three dollars a month. If you want to do it by monthly or if you want to do it on an annual basis, then it is thirty dollars for the year. That gets you early access to know what the episode is going to be about, what we're going to be discussing, as well as a opportunity to join the dead or in covert. Month, we meeting where we get together and really just have fun. We nerd out. We play video games, currently on Xbox live. If it gets to a point where we don't have as many people on xbox live, we may switch to something else, maybe a discord channel something like that. But regardless, we have fun with it and that is something that I look forward to every month. So this week Pod dext question of the week. What would you what did your fifteen year old self imagine you'd be doing right now? Well, I can tell you he probably wouldn't have thought that I was going to be on a podcast. As far as that goes, that is something I mean that's obviously still fairly new to me, but it's funny because I think back on it and I was told multiple times by multiple people and when I answer the phones, Oh, you should go into radio, and I thought that was kind of a weird thing. And Yeah, I don't know, like I didn't really chase that. I think I would have thought that I was going to be a journalist by this point in time. I did plan to go to journalism school when I was getting ready for college and then, yeah, I just did not wind up going that direction and so here I am now. But I think that profession in particular has changed so much in just the last decade that it's not what...

...it was when I started out, and I think I had a very different picture of what it would be like then what it is currently, and I I respect the people who can do that job and who do it well, but I think a lot of emphasis has been to get things out quickly without necessarily getting things right, and there's been a lot of that because we're in the instant age now where if you're not the first person breaking it. Nobody's listening to you. So that, I think, is where I thought I would be. Bottom line, I thought I would be somewhere where I was happy and doing things with people that I loved. That is where I am at. That's a really corny answer, but I would have at least gotten that part right. So I just didn't get the actual profession and all of that. So all right, we are going to go ahead and weavy for this week. But exciting news this week because I did not get you an episode last week. You are getting not one, you are getting two episodes this week because tomorrow I am going to be watched the last episode of low key and so I am going to do a special low key centric, holy cow, what just happened discussion as quickly as I can get it out, which will probably be Thursday. So that is kind of the surprise for the week. Thanks for tuning in. Remember, parenting is a complicated profession. Stay safe out there. Take care of my friends.

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