I went to pick up pizza last night, and as is often the case at night, I wanted to listen to talk radio. Usually I do this on longer drives, but heck, why not? Sometimes I listen to financial talk radio, but more often I like to pick up Christian talk radio–I’m fascinated by the shows I hear.

So I tune in good old 94.5, “The Voice,” and I pick up the strangest radio show. It’s a girl out on a date with a boy at a bowling alley, but she’s upset because she thinks the boy is mixed up in something bad because of what she saw on his computer screen before they left his apartment (wait, it gets better). After they have an “intense” conversation in which she keeps bowling strikes–in the next lane over–she asks him to take her home because she’s too upset to be with him. The next day she meets her friends at a soda shop where the owner–a “Pops” kind of character–listens to her story and checks it out. Finally, this episode ends with Pops coming back to tell them that the boy (Eugene) is apparently working on something that turns brain waves into radio waves for a sinister corporation. This is the cliffhanger, and we’re to tune in next time to see what happens. Pops just keeps mumbling “Eugene, what have you gotten yourself into?” as the episode fades out.

Then the announcer wraps up and references this site. I went to this site tonight and it has seemingly no relation to the radio show.

I have yet to determine what relation this show has to this Christian radio station, or Christianity itself, or good entertainment for that matter. But it did cause me to waste the time writing this post…