Episode 36 lays the rock-doc summer to rest with a simple and captivating film about obsessive fans in the world of pop music. The teenage pop singer Tiffany had a big hit in the eighties singing a cover of the Tommy James & the Shondells song “I Think We’re Alone Now”. Since then she has been a magnet for obsessive personalities. Bob Sham and Akil follow the experiences of two of those fans in Sean Donnelly’s feel-good documentary “I Think We’re Alone Now”. This episode features more laughter than is probably merited in a film about two deluded and troubled individuals. Laughter that is meant to deflect our own discomfort at the bleak nature of the film. Apologies to Andy Hackbarth. You can find this on YouTube and Amazon Prime. A deluded shit-show of madness that you won’t forget. Also, Bob tortures Akil with a pre-show segment. Stay tuned to the end for Bob’s own take on the iconic titular song. All this combined to make us feel dead inside. Keep on Doccin’®

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