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, October 21, 2020

HMOTD R30: He Has Genghis Khan For A Mother

HMOTD is now in reruns! In this episode, released October 19, 2016 Rob and Mike look at "Bah, Humbug" and "Baby, It's Cold Inside" with... their moms, Betty Jo MacDougall and Karen Grasso!

Show Notes: https://www.holdmyorderterribledresser.com/2016/10/show-notes-for-hmotd-030-he-has-genghis.html

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Wednesday, October 14, 2020

HMOTD R29: Dayton Can Be Nasty After Dark

HMOTD is now in reruns! In this episode, released October 5, 2016, "weird-but-good" meets "weird-and-bad" as Mike & Rob dissect the WKRP episodes "Hotel Oceanview" and "A Mile In My Shoes."

Show Notes: https://www.holdmyorderterribledresser.com/2016/10/show-notes-for-hmotd-029-dayton-can-be.html

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Wednesday, October 7, 2020

HMOTD R28: Nothing On The Tube Is Real!

HMOTD is now in reruns! In this episode, released September 21, 2016, Rob and Mike are joined by WKRP ultra-fan Leah Biel for two format-busting episodes of WKRP: "Real Families" and "The Baby."

Show Notes: https://www.holdmyorderterribledresser.com/2016/09/show-notes-for-hmotd-028-nothing-on.html

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Wednesday, September 30, 2020

HMOTD R27: All the Men in Landersville are Going Bald

HMOTD is now in reruns! In this episode, released September 7, 2016, Rob & Mike discuss the WKRP episodes "The Airplane Show" and "Jennifer Moves," plus actors' strikes, hamster voices, suburban ghosts and the busting thereof.

Show Notes: https://www.holdmyorderterribledresser.com/2016/09/show-notes-for-hmotd-027-all-men-in.html

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Wednesday, September 23, 2020

HMOTD R26: Hold My Order After Dark

HMOTD is now in reruns! In this episode, released April 1, 2016, Mike and Rob celebrate the second season of WKRP and the first anniversary of the podcast, with shoutouts to our favorite episodes, guests, other podcasts, and friends.

Show Notes: https://www.holdmyorderterribledresser.com/2016/04/abbreviated-show-notes-for-hmotd-026.html

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Wednesday, September 16, 2020

HMOTD R25: I Feel A Group Hug Building

HMOTD is now in reruns! In this episode, released March 16, 2016, Rob and Mike get upwardly mobile with "Venus Rising" and end Season 2 of WKRP with a big group hug in "Most Improved Station."

Show Notes: https://www.holdmyorderterribledresser.com/2016/03/show-notes-for-hmotd-025-i-feel-group.html

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