The Earth Station One Podcast Episode 270 – Lost In Space

Earth Station One Ep 270Danger! Danger ESO crew! To avoid being stranded like the Space Family Robinson, Mike, Mike, R. Alan Siler, and Mark Heffernan comb through the 50 year history of the franchise. Even the talking carrot. Oh the pain, the pain! Also, meet the newest podcaster on the ESO block, Nicolas Hoffmann (Myopia: Defend Your Childhood), who endures the ritual Geek Seat! Plus M.N. Henschen returns for a Khan Report on Fan Boy Expo. All this, along with the usual Rants, Raves, and Shout Outs!

Table of Contents
0:00:00 Show Open & Rants and Raves
0:16:12 Interview & Geek Seat w/ Nicolas Hoffmann, of Myopia: Defend Your Childhood Podcast
0:33:09 Lost In Space
1:22:07 Dr Geeks Laboratory
1:25:13 Khan Report w/ M.N. Henschen from Fan Boy Expo
1:40:38 Show Close

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The New ESO Amazon.com E-Store
ESO on iTunes
ESO on Stitcher Radio
The ESO Window Sticker
Make-A-Wish Foundation
M.N. Henschen
Myopia: Defend Your Childhood
Tiki Zombie: Welcome to Tiki Z’s cd
TimeGate
Fanboy Expo
Kung Fury
New Light Rising By Author M.N. Henschen

ESO Network Appearances

Jun 10-14 Hukilau (Ft. Lauderdale, FL)
ESO (MikeG)

Jun 13 Leesburg Public Library Comic-Con (Leesburg, FL)
DR GEEK (Scott)

Jul 18-19 Con Kasterborous (Huntsville, AL)
ESW (MikeF, MikeG)

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