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    Episode 209:&nbspThe Protagonist: Roarke's Meyers-Briggs Personality Test
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Eve Dallas and TV Show Detectives

AJ May 18, 2024 52


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In this episode we dive into a discussion on how Eve Dallas and her team from the “In Death” series would interact with various fictional detectives from popular TV shows. From Columbo to NCIS, we explore potential dynamics and humorous scenarios. Listener comments add depth to the conversation, with insights on Eve’s possible reactions to characters like Sherlock Holmes, Jessica Fletcher, and many more. We talk about which characters would drive Eve crazy and which ones she might respect.

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  • Listener comments and detailed host discussions on TV detectives.
  • Eve Dallas’ potential interactions with characters from “Sherlock,” “NCIS,” “Castle,” “Fringe,” “Bones,” and “Brooklyn Nine-Nine.”
  • Special focus on “Starsky and Hutch” and “Rockford Files” and how Eve would relate to them.
  • Fun segment on a recent court ruling about tacos being classified as sandwiches.
  • Plans for the upcoming anniversary show and potential guest appearances.
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Roarke is the Plan: We Review “Calculated in Death”

AJ May 11, 2024

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In this episode of “Podcast in Death,” we review “Calculated in Death.” This is a book that is, according to Tara, a nice “palette cleanser” after the intensity of “Delusion […]

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