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Episode #45 of the FRiNGEcasting With Wayne And Dan online radio podcast:
> We discuss FRiNGE, season 2, episode 11 – “Johari Window”, and the previously unaired season 1 episode “Unearthed”
> Listener thoughts and theories.
> Information on the Johari Window
> FRiNGE “Quote Of The Week” sent in by Scott Hertzog from SciFiDinerPodcast.com.
> Question: What do the pirate flags on the tv monitors, see screen capture below, mean?
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Devil Dogs – actual product. Brought back a flood of memories from my youth. manufactured by Drake’s Two long devills food cakes with icing between them Looks like a hot dog when unwrapped.
Thanks for the post, confirming that the Devil Dogs, shown on FRiNGE, are an actual product! I appreciate your post, and the link for Drakes Devil Dogs. I guess Devil Dogs didn’t make it out to my part of California. But I do know what you mean, when things that you do remember from your youth show up in a tv show, it really can bring all sorts of memories flooding back!
Thank you for listening!
I appreciate the comment on Devil Dogs. Its amazing how items like these from the past can still show up.
I want a Marathon bar from back in the day. It was a twisted chocolate bar with caramel inside. They went away too soon.