#172 - "Borrasca" Part 7

This is where the tables turn, and the gang faces down the divisive horror at the top of the conspiracy. Fair warning: this will no doubt be an upsetting and possibly stressful turn of events, so pay close attention to the disclaimer at the beginning.

"Borrasca" is credited to C.K. Walker, aka The_Dalek_Emperor. Read along here.

#166 - "Prey"

David and Dead Palette meet with half the cast of Rawdog Readings - Zath, HyperThermal and Beth - to imbibe another Patron's Poison of a eerie encounter on a dark mountain trail. Is the whole thing to be taken at face value, or does a joke observation by Dead Palette turn out to be the clumsy hidden subtext of the tale?

"Prey" is credited to John R. Read along here.

#165 - "A Tear in the Wallpaper"

David and Kaela kind of feel like it's the first episode all over again, except it's definitely not since they're not reading "Laughing Jack" but a story about wallpaper and obsession. No, not the Charlotte Perkins Gilman short story that's also about wallpaper and obsession. Just... Just give it a listen.

"A Tear in the Wallpaper" is credited to Umbrello. Rad along here.

#164 - PAW Patrol Creepypasta Wiki

Allen is sick, putting Borrasca on hold for a little bit, so join David, Dead Palette, Kaela and Mike MacDee for a paw-fully good time diving into yet another weird little pocket of the internet. What will they find on a Creepypasta Wiki meant only for stories related to a kids show they've never seen?

"The Road To The End" is credited to SilverCestor789.
"Evil Patrol" is credited to Chase787.

#162 - "Borrasca" Part 1

After what feels like ages of hoping, David finally gets his wish as he, Dead Palette and Allen get started reading the novella-length C.K. Walker story, set in a small Ozarks town and through the eyes of a child, at least to start with. Will it prove to be all it's cracked up to be? And why did Dead Palette decide it was a good idea to invite Gram-Gram Palette along?

"Borrasca" is credited to C.K. Walker, aka The_Dalek_Emperor. Read along here.

#158 - SCP Roundup 6

Nothing is secure, contained or protected from us at the Foundation, and David and Kaela have once again escaped with their lives and a handful of SCPs to discuss. They're joined live by Abysmii and Papreeka of Raygun Readers, as well as new faces Lex Reckless and Ben Waxler to determine the validity of these archives.

All of the entries read can be found on the SCP Foundation website: http://www.scp-wiki.net/
SCP-1867 - "A Gentleman" was archived by Djoric.
SCP-503-ARC - "The Infinite Pasta Pot" was archived by thedeadlymoose.
SCP-1247 - "LaBeouf Viewer" was archived by ksaid.

#157 - Short and Shivery 22

Another one already? And it's another haunted gaming collection? What are these guys even thinking? It seems January 2018 is the month of the Cursed Cartridge, and this time the gang focuses on the Nintendo 64.

"1080 Snowboarding N64: The Dark Boarder" is credited to Incorrect3. Read along here.

"Glover Creepypasta" is credited to Nintendude. Read along here.

#156 - Short and Shivery 21

Dead Palette and Chelsea are back, and so is Short and Shivery in a short timespan. Ity's time for more haunted gaming, in this case Resident Evil 4 and Devil May Cry. Do we even need to ask at this point if these stories will be any good? Because we all know in our hearts how it's probably gonna go down...

"Resident Evil 4: One Chance Only" has no original credit; "Devil May Cry: Dante's Revenge" is credited to Dragonrights72.

#155 - "One Windy Night"

With class and sophistication your terrific trio kick of 2018 with all the professionalism you expect from Undercooked Analysis. Their story this time around features a frustrated writer that eats brown sugar and is paid a visit in his lonely cabin by something hideous. Will this story crawl into our hearts, or is it best to lock the doors and leave it outside?

"One Windy Night" is credited to Isaac Boissonneau (Hopefullygoodgramar). Read along here.

#154 - Short and Shivery 20

Dead Palette is flying solo in this episode, joined only by his mysterious Tulpa, C.F. Comer, as they spelunk into a pair of pastas based on Tomb Raider. What a great way to start 2018, eh?

"Tomb Raider Creepypasta" is credited to Percydercymercy2; "Tomb Raider 3: Game Over!" is credited to SmashBrawlFanfiction.