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ESH Cast #496: 496! That simply doesn’t add up

Now let me get this straight -- last week was Episode 502 and this week is Episode 496? What kind of crazy number line are we using?

It's all to be blamed on our audio producer. With the plethora of clip shows in July and the 500th episode to come in August, he simply got a little confused. (It's OK, the last MRI he went through showed that his brain is shrinking, so we'll give him a break on this one.)

So rather than pretend the number 496 simply doesn't exist, and because this week's show is a clip show, we've decided to fix that error before we get much farther down the line. We'll return to the regular numbering schedule next week.

What about this week's show? Well, we already gave away that it's a clip show, another one with the subject of Music. Ninja and Panda occasionally break out into song in the podcast and we have fun comparing their versions of the songs with the actual thing. We hope you enjoy that, too.

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Among the actual artists you'll hear are The Lonely Island with Justin Timberlake, The Edwin Hawkins Singers, Led Zeppelin, Johnny Nash, Cher, Dora the Explorer, Dina Menzel, Celine Dion, Elvis Presley, CeCe Peniston, TLC, The Muppets, The Beatles, R. Kelly, Cheap Trick, Loverboy, Ruff Ryder, Boogie Heights, Billy Joel, Julie Andrews, Susan Sarandon, Willie Nelson and Wynton Marsalis, The cast of The Music Man, John Lennon, Destiny’s Child, The Delta Rhythm Boys, LSG, Meatloaf, Creed, 2Pac Shakur, Queen and Jay Z.

So don't worry about our fuzzy math. Just enjoy ESH Cast #496: 496! That simply doesn’t add up.

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Rochelle "NinJaSistah" Hinds and Amanda "Pandalicious" Britton are the founders of ElectricSistaHood (ESH), and co-host of the network's flagship podcast, the ESH Cast. For nearly a decade, they have focused their journalistic efforts on video games and anime. That's - as the kids say these days - what's up.