Welcome to Campfire Classics, a Literary Comedy Podcast!!
Happy 100 episodes!
That's right! Our silly little podcast has made it to 100. That's wild!
To celebrate Heather returns to the microphone, and Ken decides to badmouth a bunch of beloved TV shows that were cancelled way before their time. Because this is a classy show...or something.
Ken has selected the story for Heather to read, and surprising no one, it's an Agatha Christie story. And you know what that means! That's right. Heather has to try to do her Hercule Poirot voice. And it goes about as well as it always does.
So, we listen to "The Plymouth Express Affair" while Ken and Heather drink bubbly wine, discuss the family jewels, and tell Trekkies to suck it. Because picking on nerds is cool?
It's okay. We can make those jokes. We're nerds, too.
"The Plymouth Express Affair" was published in the January 1924 issue of The Blue Book Magazine.
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