Otila: How much do you know about Norse traditions of eschatology?
Falk: I can't escape from this cat scatology and you wanna talk about horse scatology?
“Who Do You Think You Are?,” episode 46 of This Gun in My Hand, was flown to a heavenly beer hall by Rob Northrup. This episode and all others are available on Youtube with automatically-generated closed captions of dialog. Visit http://ThisGuninMyHand.blogspot.com for credits, show notes, information on how to subscribe, and to buy my books. What am I? This Gun in My Hand!
1. According to a baby name book, “Otila” means “happy battle maid.” Which is why I gave that name to my mom’s calico cat in the 90s. When I search the web today, the closest I can find are “Otilia” or “Otilla,” so maybe I spelled it wrong all those years ago.
2. Thewgosh appeared in episode 14, “Naked Save.”
The opening music was from The Sun Sets at Dawn (1950), and the closing music was from Killer Bait (1949), both films in the public domain. Most of the music and sound effects used in the episode are modified or incomplete versions of the originals.