Chester's Mill Gazette Under the Dome Podcast
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The Kinship and the Resistance consider each other “the enemy within” the dome, but with Joe McAlister’s help (very literally speaking), they are all soon without the dome. But the government comes in and wants to make sure that word of a thwarted alien invasion doesn’t get out to the general public. All the residents agree, and they are free to start living their lives again.
Oh, did I say “thwarted” invasion? Hmmm
In “Incandescence”, The final bloodbath begins as the race for the endgame starts in earnest. The resistance gets an unlikely ally, and a new queen is crowned. Karen and special guest co-host Barb discuss The Flas.. I mean Barbie’s baby, Curiously heavy Kinshipsmen & women, and a sizzling hot dome.
And that’s not all you’ll get! Be amazed by such features as Barbie of the Week, Obituaries, and Listener feedback – all in this issue of the Chester’s Mill Gazette; Covering Chester’s Mill since 2013!
In “Love Is A Battlefield”, we see love being fought on two fronts. Barbie tries to bring Eva back from the Kinship, and Big Jim tries to reconnect with Junior. Both battles are lost, and the Kinship gets their new Queen. Things are not looking good for the Resistance.
All this and some great idea for the Barbie of the Week in this issue of the Chester’s Mill Gazette; Covering Chester’s Mill since 2013!
Eva goes from 0 to full term in just a few minutes, while the “Kin-wives” gives their lives for the new Queen. Meanwhile, Jim asserts “This is my safehouse” as Hektor from Aktaion saves the Resistance from certain “Death by Kinship”. But what’s his motivation? Seems like both Hektor and Eva are trying to leave a legacy
So, Big Jim, what’s plan B? Getting cornered in town with the kinship on all sides? Did that work better than “True Love’s Kiss” (™) on Barbie?
I think not.
Oh, and Barbie? Karen (and reader Barb) have no time for you after kicking Indy. I can’t even…
Thanks for reading The Chester’s Mill Gazette: the only paper endorsed by Aktion Enterprises.
Our very own Horoscope columnist Karen called it! She figured out that the pink stars falling in lines that our denizens of Chester’s Mill saw was really an IMAX showing of Apocalypse Now. Or more like Apocalypse Not Really.
This week, however, we discuss Jim Rennie, James Watt, and some great acting by Dean Norris (Big Jim), Aisha Hins (Carolyn), and the breaking point reached by Mackenzie Lintz (Norrie). Is our intrepid band of resistance fighters already being torn apart? Is Barbie really all-in with the Kinship? And is Indy really a good judge of character?
All this and more in this issue of the Chester’s Mill Gazette; on the newsstands everywhere. And in your ear.
Pink stars finally are falling in lines! (And kicking up ejecta.) But that’s not good news for the rest of the world. Turns out that being in the dome might actually be a good thing. Who knew! (Well, other than the alien minds taking over the good citizens of Chester’s Mill?) All this and the Barbie Of The Week in this issue of the Chester’s Mill Gazette, where our motto is “We’re the last newspaper on earth. What else are you going to read?”
While Aktion has her caged, Christine unloads a lot of what’s going on to cell-mate Big Jim. It’s pretty clear that the dome’s appearance is due to Eva and her. But the way she refers to humans as something other than herself, and keeps referring to “my people”, you have to wonder who she is now (or who she thinks she is). All this and more in this issue of the Chester’s Mill Gazette; where our motto is “Curiouser and curiouser”.
Barbie and Pete duke it out, but it’s Barbie who hits the home run. Jim and Julia get the Alaska access from Aktion, but Indy awakes answers from Jim’s jolted mind. And Christine declares that all this is for naught. It’s just too late for anyone.
Desperate times make for strange bedfellows, and Big Jim and Julia teaming up really fits that bill. Can the two of them really take on Aktion’s finest? And speaking of bedfellows, it seem that, in one day, couples are hooking up everywhere, including an aging alien and a Junior. Was all this in the master plan?