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Jun 30, 2015

In honor of Catherine's recent cross-Midwest drive to deliver a child to skate camp and many of our listeners' upcoming drive to see family for the Fourth, we chatted about road-trip entertainment, from new possibilities like audiobooks and Bluetooth and watching MacGyver on your iPad to old-school memories of melted cassette tapes and listening to DVRs you couldn't see while driving. Catherine recommended three audiobooks her kids enjoyed: Fake Mustache by Tom Angleberger, Lionboy by Zizou Corder, and Jeremy Brown: Spy by Simon Cheshire. Meanwhile, on So You Think You Can Dance, which we're watching and discussing every week, a bunch of sentimental favorites made the road trip to Las Vegas for nothin', as a moving up-close-and-personal wasn't enough to get you through to the next round. Bye, newlyweds! Bye girl who overcame a terrible leg injury! Bye guy whose family never saw you dance! Bye cute ballroom guy with a foot injury who would dance on one foot if you could! Bye all you folks we were encouraged to care about! There's always next year! At least we appear to be done with solo auditions for the next little while. Please? (If you're reading this somewhere without hyperlinks, come to http://parentingroundabout.com for the full recap experience.)