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.”

Photo: Lima Police Department

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.

Photo: Anchorage Daily News

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.

(AP Photo/Copyright Bob Ross Inc. ® The Joy of Painting)

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?