Ann Wells is an elementary music teacher by day and a nerd all the time. Her fandoms include Star Wars (the original three, thank-you-very-much), Doctor Who (10 is her doctor), and great authors like J.R.R. Tolkien, Isaac Asimov, and Neil Gaiman, among others. She can usually be found with her nose in a book, playing an instrument, singing show tunes, being crafty with yarn, or doing the bidding of her cat.
This soundtrack gives us a sampling of the themes we recognize from watching Doctor Who as well as some of the unique and creative musical accompaniments that we might not actually notice while caught up in the action on screen. Read More
Valente's telling of Prester John's story reveals one man's journey to reconcile everything he thought he knew about God and the world with the reality of a place where none of that knowledge seems to apply. Read More
Welcome to another installment of the Geek's Guide to Classical Music! Today we are featuring one of the greatest composers of all time, Ludvig van Beethoven, with a few highlights of well-known Beethoven works that you might have heard in science Read More
For the third time in as many seasons, Shawn and Gus find themselves going up against their arch-nemesis Yin in the Psych season five finale. This time, however, instead of solving a murder, they are out to prevent one — or two, actually: their own. Read More
Adam and Jamie address a historical "what if" about the Operation Valkyrie Hitler assassination attempt, while Kari, Grant, and Tory explore the veracity of the saying that you can "slap some sense" into someone. Read More
They say you can never have too much of a good thing, but coming on the heels of an enjoyable Christmas episode, a second brand new Psych in a row is a bit much. I feel like I can’t give it the attention it deserves and I won’t have nearly as much to Read More
What if Shawn Spencer hadn't returned to Santa Barbara five years ago? Psych meets It's a Wonderful Life and A Christmas Carol in this season's holiday episode that explores that very question. Read More
It seems that Jamie Hyneman and Seth Rogen are friends, so Jamie brought him along for a whole MythBusters episode devoted to two myths about the souped-up, mid-1960s Chrysler Imperial nicknamed Black Beauty, from Seth's upcoming new movie, The Green Hornet. Read More
When Shawn and Gus burst in and ruin Lassiter's sting operation, Chief Vick decides that they need a crash course in proper police procedure, so it's off to the Santa Barbara Police Academy for the psychic (or is it psychotic?) duo. Will they learn Read More
In this episode, President Obama presents the MythBusters with a challenge: revisit the Archimedes Death Ray myth one more time. Meanwhile, Kari, Grant, and Tory take on a scene from Hellboy where a punch to the hood of a car makes it somersault over Read More
It's Christmas in Eureka — what could go wrong? All the usual things, of course, leaving Sheriff Jack Carter to figure things out and save the day in his usual endearingly bumbling manner. This episode doesn't contribute to any story arcs in any way and Read More
In the tiny, isolated town of Dual Spires, a teenage girl is found dead by the lake, wrapped in plastic, and Shawn and Gus suspect that it’s not the accidental drowning of a rebellious girl out past curfew that it appears to be in this homage to the Read More
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