sc 249 “The Journey.”

Today on the Smellcast, Jose tells the story of one very hot summer in 1979, when he and Walt met for the first time.

Special thanks to Ranger John from the Dark Forest podcast for portraying the voice of Jose today.  You too can participate by joining our casting call.  Anyone who wants to portray Jose in an upcoming episode, please contact Toppie!

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2 Responses to “sc 249 “The Journey.””

  1. Butler Says:

    Aw, young Walt! Perfectly adorable, and just a little unsettling… Walt’s agricultural experiences were so much more fruitful than mine. Sad Butler.

    I’ve enjoyed the recent podcasts, and for some reason I can’t recall now, I re-played the old “Toppie Meets a Stranger” series. I think that was the first one I listened to. What can I say, it brings me a strange pleasure.

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    • toppiesmellie Says:

      Whoa Butler! That’s an oldie for sure. If I’m not mistaken, it was the first multi-episode undertaking here at the Smellcast. Or maybe the original time travel story — which was three parts — was the first multi-episode story. As for the “Toppie Meets a Stranger” episodes — they were put together at the height of some dreadful technical problems that were plaguing the show back then — for one I was using my old mic/headset combination, which really recorded very poor sound. Also contributing to its poor quality was the fact that my old Dell had bit the dust and I was using a certain small laptop computer (we’ve come to know as) Sassy. There were a good 15 to 20 episodes that were actually recorded on Sassy and frankly, he just couldn’t handle it (the poor guy is really older than dirt — In computer years, that is). 🙂

      Anyways, I am intrigued by your comments on the “Young Walt” story. I think it sounds like you have an interesting story of your own to tell! 😀

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