Episode: 75-Pecos Bill: Rider on the Storm


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75-Pecos Bill: Rider on the Storm

The story of Pecos Bill is that of a true American Hero...who spends half the story naked and who legitimately thinks he is actually a coyote. But don't tell him that. He's cool and won't hurt you, but you'll get into a long discussion and won't actually convince him or his horse (named Pegasus/Widowmaker/Jeremy) that he's actually a human being. Also, while we're at it, he can lasso water and air because I guess when you ask the audience to suspend disbelief, you go for broke.

The creature this time is the Mongolian Death Worm. It's a sand worm, but don't go getting your maker hooks just yet, because it's no Shai Hulud. And that's a problem, because instead of the spice melange that will give you longevity and maybe prescience, it spits a virulent neurotoxin that will do precisely the exact opposite.

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Music:

"Vibrant Canopy"

"Seamless"

"Scraper"

"Opener"

"Moon Bicycle Theme"

"Middle"

"Gondola Blue"

"Doubled"

"An Introduction to Beetles"

by Blue Dot Sessions



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