Episode 53: Dirty Work

We're almost halfway through our fourth season! Episode 53 is now live! Visit the Season 4 page to listen to Dirty Work!

Please be advised, this episode of Wolf 359 contains discussions of violence and death. Listener discretion is advised.

When Eiffel picks up signs of a transmission from deep space just hours before Hera's scheduled to go through an internal reset, the crew is divided on whether he should attempt to pursue it or not. But with only the autopilot for backup and an unexpected threat waiting in the wings, they soon discover they're more vulnerable than any of them realize. Plus, above average chimpanzees, horrifying threats of bodily mutilation, Plan C, rules of project management, and elaborate pranks to teach important lessons. 

This episode's music features The Four Seasons by Antonio Vivaldi, performed by John Harrison. This interpretation of the piece comes courtesy of Musopen. Tonight's episode was written by Emma Sherr-Ziarko and directed by Gabriel Urbina. 

As always, an enormous, heartfelt thank you to everyone that's helped us cover the production costs of the series and to get the show made, especially everyone who's signed up for a recurring monthly donation on our Patreon campaign. Thanks to all of your generous donations, we've just reached one of our stretch goals for the season: as long as we stay above $4,000 per month, we're going to be releasing mini episodes every Monday there isn't a new full-length episode of Wolf 359, starting with a guaranteed mini episode next Monday, September 11th! The amount of generous support that we get from our listeners every month is beyond belief, but this is really beyond words. If you haven't done so already, there's still time to sign up for a monthly donation - help us make more Wolf 359 and get some great rewards while you're at it! 

Stay tuned - the next episode of Wolf 359 will be here before you know it...