by Kelly & Christina
Episode 050 - “Little Werewolf Oven”
Episode Length: 1:39:12
We're celebrating 50 episodes! We start with our predictions and hopes for the Teen Wolf series finale before it aired. After a little break, we share our favorite moments and discussions from episodes past. We started this podcast talking Teen Wolf, and it seems right to have a farewell episode. We share our favorite and least favorite moments, characters, episodes and ships and discuss the upcoming spin-off. We end with our Ultimate TW Ship Moments. We hope you'll stick around for the next 50 episodes!
This week’s featured music:
"The Climb" by Miley Cyrus
"I Won't Back Down" by Tom Petty
"Teenage Dream (Acoustic Version)" by Darren Criss
UNICEF - UNICEF USA is mobilizing to get immediate, critical support — Emergency Relief Kits — to the children of Puerto Rico. A $28 donation creates one full kit.
Hispanic Federation - One hundred percent of contributions to the UNIDOS Fund goes to help the immediate and long-term recovery needs of children, families and communities in distress from the devastation caused by Hurricane Maria. Additionally, the Hispanic Federation receives the proceeds of Lin-Manuel Miranda's new song "Almost Like Praying" on iTunes.
One America Appeal - The appeal of the five living former US Presidents seeks to aid victims of all the recent hurricanes this season.
Ricky Martin Foundation - They have teams on the ground currently distributing supplies and will be there in the future helping communities rebuild.
The National Compassion Fund (a program of National Center for Victims of Crime) - funds will be distributed to victims of the shooting at the end of the campaign
To Write Love On Her Arms - One hundred percent of the donations made to this campaign will fund individual and group counseling sessions offered through Red Rock Psychological Health and Aspire Mental Health
Las Vegas Victims' Fund - Set up by Steve Sisolak, the Clark County Commission Chair from Las Vegas. Funds will be used to provide relief and financial support to the victims and families of the shooting.
If you're in the area, you can donate blood at the Labor Health & Welfare Clinic at 7135 W. Sahara Ave. or with United Blood Services. Communities also need to have a good supply of blood (especially O negative) ready for when tragedies like this happen. Consider becoming a regular blood donor if you can.
American Red Cross - They've set this page up for wildfire relief efforts and to show ways you can help.
The local humane societies currently have their supply goals met, but could very much use funding for the weeks and months ahead. Check out the Sonoma Humane Society and Napa Humane Society to donate.
#BayAreaUnite - All seven Bay Area sports teams have set up a fundraiser to benefit the Red Cross.