Qwerpline Ep26 - Don't Bet On It
An in-studio interview with Ball Hinkley, Richter's new flight, on-location arts reporting, and Derek interviews Bertha Burpwinter.
Date: July 06, 2017
Edited by: Kathleen De Vere
Graphics: Graham Stark
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The Chuffield Hydrangea Bombs and Lesser Miami Jezabrawls are having an exhibition roller-derby jam at the Nsburg Memorial Arena next week. Registration is almost over for sleep-away camp at Camp Melanoma over by Lake Indianname
Live in the Studio
Ball Hinkley won the bet that the Therpston Country Geyser would erupt constantly following its initial expression. he made $621.18 at million-to-one odds. He ends up throwing to Richter.
Richter is flying while drinking some of Nsburg's finest IPAs. Joy is flying as she is working on her helicopter pilot's badge for the Berg Scouts.
Edith throws to her own pre-recorded interview with local textile artist Glenda Drapp. Her computer-controller loom has become sentient, weaving words into the pieces it creates, including "Die humans, die"
Live on Location
As the result of a cold, Derek's voice has suddenly become deep and sultry. He has been obliviously making every female he talks to aroused. He calls off the interview as he fears it will kill Bertha Burpwinter. As the call ends, ambulances arrive and he hides, believing himself to be patient 0 of an infection.