Sunday - It was a rebroadcast of Art Bell interviewing David Adair. I didn’t listen to the entire rebroadcast, but I thought it was a pretty entertaining interview the first time around.
Monday - Michael Shermer joined George Noory to discuss pseudoscience. Noory seemed to use this as an excuse to go after a few of his guests, namely Sylvia Browne. Not a bad episode though.
Tuesday - George’s guests were Colm Kelleher and George Knapp to discuss the book “Hunt for the Skinwalker.” There are so many wild happenings at Skinwalker Ranch that the whole thing is rather hard to believe, but it makes for a truly entertaining and fascinating story. Who knew there were men with dog heads that like to smoke?
Wednesday - Jose Escamilla was there to talk about “rods.” George decided to only give him two hours to do it in and then have two hours of open lines. I am not much of a fan of rods or open lines, so I pretty much zoned out during a lot of this show.
Thursday - The big oil debate, on the "we are running out of oil and all going to die" side was Michael Ruppert. On the "no way are we running out of oil" side was Jerome Corsi. Ruppert went at Corsi pretty damn hard. It was great fight, but in the end Ruppert’s bitch slapping of Corsi did him little good and he lost the fast blast poll by a large margin.
Friday - Dr. Sky, RCH and Nathaniel Lachenmeyer visited for the first hour which was OK. I didn’t listen to most of the open lines portion.
Saturday - Ian Punnett was back with Pat Robertson jokes and Tracy Twyman to talk about money and Masonic secrets. I like this subject matter and enjoyed the show very much, even though, at times Tracy had a hard time remembering what she said in her book. I can relate, I hope nobody ever questions me on anything I wrote because I probably wouldn’t remember either. During the last few minutes of this show, I think Alex Jones must have suffered a stroke as some lady called in and tried to give him a plug, but called the site conspiracyplanet.com.
Tuesday with Colm Kelleher and George Knapp was my favorite episode last week, though surprisingly enough it did get a bit of competition from Tracy Twyman.