Thursday, April 1, 2021

Now In Re-Runs!



Listen up, fellow babies: Hold My Order, Terrible Dresser is now in re-runs!

Today--April 1, 2020--was the five-year anniversary of the very first episode of HMOTD (and the great Gordon Jump's birthday). At the risk of indulging restorative nostalgia, Mike and I are reposting the podcast, one episode a week, to the original feed. No new content, I'm afraid, but perhaps remembering 2015 remembering 1978 will help you while away some of 2020. Our 52 episodes should wrap up right around our six-year anniversary (and Gordon Jump's next birthday).

You can still find every episode of HMOTD right here at the website:
https://www.holdmyorderterribledresser.com/p/archive.html

And if you're just discovering us, or rediscovering us, you can subscribe to HMOTD in a variety of ways:

Wednesday, December 2, 2020

HMOTD R36: Might I... Move About?

HMOTD is now in reruns! In this episode, released January 11, 2017, Rob and Mike celebrate Arthur and Carmen's 25th anniversary in "A Simple Little Wedding" and investigate a break-in at the station in "Nothing to Fear But..."

Show Notes: https://www.holdmyorderterribledresser.com/2017/01/show-notes-for-hmotd-036-might-i-move.html

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Wednesday, November 25, 2020

HMOTD R35: Communists Are Unreliable

HMOTD is now in reruns! In this episode, released December 28, 2016, Mike & Rob root out Les' secret origin in "Secrets of Dayton Heights," then have a few drinks with Herb in "Out To Lunch."

Show Notes: https://www.holdmyorderterribledresser.com/2016/12/show-notes-for-hmotd-035-communists-are.html

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Wednesday, November 18, 2020

HMOTD R34: The Lady From Chicago

HMOTD is now in reruns! In this episode, released December 14, 2016, Rob & Mike try to deal with certain recent events by seeking advice in "Ask Jennifer" and getting politically active with Bailey in "I Am Woman."

Show Notes: https://www.holdmyorderterribledresser.com/2016/12/show-notes-for-hmotd-034-lady-from.html

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Wednesday, November 11, 2020

HMOTD R33: Gotta Dance!

HMOTD is now in reruns! In this episode, released November 30, 2016, Mike & Rob shake their booties on the disco floor with return fan-favorite Jeff Wikstrom and WKRP's "Dr. Fever and Mr. Tide."

Show Notes: https://www.holdmyorderterribledresser.com/2016/12/show-notes-for-hmotd-033-gotta-dance.html

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Wednesday, November 4, 2020

HMOTD R32: Can You Teach Me About Magnets?

HMOTD is now in reruns! In this episode, released November 16, 2016, Rob and Mike are joined by special guest Mandy Leetch for two episodes of WKRP about teaching your children well: "Frog Story" and "Venus and the Man."

Show Notes: https://www.holdmyorderterribledresser.com/2016/11/show-notes-for-hmotd-032-can-you-teach.html

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Wednesday, October 28, 2020

HMOTD R31: Pour Something Sticky All Over Me

HMOTD is now in reruns! In this episode, released November 2, 2016, Mike & Rob haggle over "The Painting" and drift off into "Daydreams," two fine episodes of WKRP in Cincinnati.

Show Notes: https://www.holdmyorderterribledresser.com/2016/11/show-notes-for-hmotd-031-pour-something.html

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