Early Access: Smells Like Tossed Salad and Scrambled Eggs

The babies paint on their pants, worry about Hollywood Toms, join an object permanence support group, discover white haired leprechauns from Northern Ireland, listen to a Michael Richards cover band, and paint sitcom characters on the outside of their vehicles. Recorded May 24, 2021

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