Co-producer Rory Nachbar is back as a special guest for our episode on Mark Twain’s “The Personal Recollections of Joan of Arc” and Wishbone’s “Bone of Arc,” in which we have a Come-to-Jesus about Wishbone’s lack of Jesus in this episode.
This episode sure is a snooze fest...because it’s about Washington Irving’s short story “Rip Van Winkle” and Wishbone’s “Digging Up the Past” - featuring guest Meghan Beretta!
There’s a mystery afoot, or a-paw you could say, in this episode featuring the Sherlock Holmes story “The Hounds of Baskerville” by Arthur Conan Doyle and Wishbone’s “The Slobbery Hound” - featuring guest Gabe Carter!
What does the nose know? This week, we sniff out the differences between Cyrano de Bergerac and the Wishbone episode “Cyranose.” We are joined by Pat Venable, an expert in french language and Erin’s brother.
We walk that walk and talk that talk, or at least try our best, in this episode about select African folk tales and Wishbone’s “Bark That Bark.” Special guest Chris Silverberg joins us for some valuable life lessons from tricksy Anansi the Spider and The People Who Could Fly and surprisingly good social commentary in this musically lit episode.
There's a conspiracy of arbors afoot in this behind the scenes cut, though no one seems quite sure what to call it.
Join our mad journey through Homer’s “The Odyssey” and Wishbone’s “Homer, Sweet Homer” in which we talk about mixed messages and Arbor Councils. And maybe the book and episode just a little - with special guest, Adriana Tringone!
Adriana currently works in retail but hopes of one day writing for television. She recently moved from New York to LA to pursue that dream—or, at least, in search of better and more consistent weather. Two things she loves are talking about dogs and talking about literature, and she's grateful to Wishbonafide for offering her an opportunity to do both at once.
If you thought you had heard all the dog puns, think again. Justin Thomas truly brings out the worst in us in this bonus clip from the cutting room floor, and we don’t give a shih-tzu.
Look out for the full episode, Romeo and Juliet & "Rosie, Oh! Rosie, Oh!", coming August 31st!
But soft! What light through yonder TV breaks! Well, something like that. This week we’re talking about the Bard and one of his most famous works, “Romeo and Juliet,” and Wishbone’s “Rosie, Oh! Rosie, Oh!” Get ready for some serious discussion of animal shelter care, and some not-so-serious discussion of adorable pup romance - with special guest, Justin Thomas!
Get ready for a bowlful of of excitement and hilarity, but mostly confusion, in this episode about Oliver Twist by Charles Dickens and Wishbone’s “A Twisted Tail,” where we get tangled up in Dickens - with special guest Ben Abraham!