Episode 1: It all started with Donald “Chip” Pugh, who didn’t like the mug shot Lima police issued along with a warrant for his arrest. After sending a new photo in, Pugh did an interview about the situation. On Ohio radio station The Eagle, he said, “They put a picture out that made me look like I was a Thundercat… or James Brown on the run. I can’t do that.”
The Truest Crime was confused. Thundercats?
Episode 2: Friend of the show, Justin, pointed out that Pugh may have been referring to Thundercat the bass player. Molly wondered, whom has he played for?
Episode 3: We learn that Thundercat has played with Erykah Badu.
Episode 4: We learn that Erykah Badu is in the new movie,”What Men Want,” with Taraji P. Henson.
Episode 5: We learn that Taraji P. Henson’s great-great-uncle was arctic explorer Matthew Henson who may have been one of the first men to reach the north pole.
Episode 6: Matthew Henson was almost a dead end of interesting facts. Molly saved The Chain by finding a city in Alaska called North Pole.
Episode 7: We learn that Bob Ross lived in North Pole, Alaska for over 10 years. He credits the scenery there as inspiration for his paintings.
The infamous Bob Ross painting by Peter Kruger, an accomplished children’s book illustrator, puppet maker, fabric designer, uber-talented artist, and all-around awesome guy. Molly was the intended recipient, but Abbi won a round first in Festivus BINGO and snatched it up. Too bad, so sad!
What will we learn next?