The Earth Station One Podcast – Jurassic World: Dominion Review

Earth Station One Podcast Ep 633

The epic conclusion of the Jurassic era has arrived in theaters. Mike, Mike, Ashley, and Rob Levy study the new movie to see if any life has found a way into the franchise. Plus, content creator Tom Rasch reveals his personal passions in the Geek Seat. All this, along with A Geek Girl’s Take, Michelle’s Iconic Rock Moment, and Shout Outs!

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Table of Contents
0:00:00 Show Open / Interview and Geek Seat w/ Content Creator Tom Rasch
0:45:12 Michelle’s Iconic Music Moment
0:48:21 Jurassic World: Dominion Review
1:44:04 A Geek Girls Take
1:47:44 Show Close

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