DQYDJ 55: "I'm A Unicorn!"

Posted on Thursday, December 11, 2008 by Melanie

EP 55: "I'm A Unicorn!" (39:31)

Welcome to Episode 55 of "Don't Quit Your Day Job: The Podcast!" where Jerry relates the woes of eating fine chocolate, Melanie stops throwing up for the first time in 24 hours, Stacy commiserates, Patrick blushes at the torrent of compliments, and we have a very special studio guest in the outtakes.

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  1. Michael |

    Hey friends!

    Well, I've been having quite the DQYDJ marathon lately and have FINALLY caught up! Yay me!

    Anyway, since Melanie loves the musical Wicked and Stacy hates the book, you are both officially dead to me (metaphorically speaking). However, I'm willing to forgive Melanie because without her, I wouldn't have the foam swords that I love so much.

    I don't know if Stacy (note, no "E") has a chance to get back in my good graces. Maybe if she goes back and buys more swords. Or a chuck roast. I'm hungry.

    Jerry is the bees knees, of course, cuz he has an iPhone, likes cheese twists (my favorite snack food), and loves "I Want a Hippopotamus for Christmas".

    And Patrick... well, what can one say about Patrick that won't send him into a blush-fest? He is the wind beneath my wings. Just don't tell Kevin, and I won't tell Taylor. (oh, and Pat? I'm wearing track pants as I type this).

    Love y'all lots

  2. Pat Gaik |

    Oh, great! Now I have to change MY pants! :p

  3. Anonymous |

    As a high school student who goes to an all girls school, and who's school's mascot is an unicor, I absolutely loved this episode! I will never be able to say CSG Unies or Unicorn without thinking of y'all. Keep up the great work.


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