February 25th, 2009
Episode 37 of 50 episodes
Download the episode here.The Girls Necks Door present their first episode of the new year! We discuss listener e-mails as well as some news including the release date of the new upcoming New Moon movie. We also discuss a Swoon-Worthy quote, "“When I told you that I didn't want you, it was the very blackest kind of blasphemy." This week, we laugh at Kacie's Cheesy Vampire Joke. We end the show with our Song of the Week, "100 Years" by Five for Fighting. If you'd like to contact the show, you can e-mail us at [email protected] or comment on our blog at bloodsuckerspodcast.blogspot.com. You can also be our friend on myspace at myspace.com/bloodsuckerspodcast or you can join our facebook group. Don't forget to vote for us on podcast alley and review us on iTunes. If you'd like more information on Summer School in Forks, visit their website.And now, a conversation with Nonexistant Bloodsuckers fan:NBF: Where did Janae Go? Why does everyone keep disappearing?Gayle: The internet connection was terrible. Janae’s internet died and mine wasn’t much better. Sorry.NBF: What was that recurring ringing sound?Gayle: When a Skype call gets dropped, we re-call the person. Skype is epically cute, it rings.NBF: I've already voted in this poll. Why is it different?Gayle: Sorry. I accidentally deleted it while trying to upload the episode. I suh sahri.NBF: Taylor Lautner was confirmed as Jacob Black for New Moon. What are you guys talking about?Gayle: Sorry, we recorded this episode on January 3rd. Taylor Lautner wasn't guaranteed the part until the 7th.NBF: OH I LOVE YOU ALL SO MUCH. WHO SHOULD I VOTE FOR?Gayle: Anyone but A-Ray. She kills small children.
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