558: Nazi Lies, Cookie Tin Nostalgia, & Weight Loss Cult


Show Notes

Today we find out why Alanis Morisette is not happy about a documentary coming out about her life (that she participated in). We discuss multiple personality disorder, and why Sarah can relate. Susie describe a cult that centered on weight loss and why it was unusual in the religious world. We hear about a woman who pretended to be raised by wolves, and why we’re sympathetic to her dishonesty. We discuss Dansk cookies and why their blue tin canisters bring back our childhoods and remind us of our grannies. We discuss the reason Sarah felt betrayed by an author who exaggerated his life story in a memoir. Plus, we talk to Jay Bakker, the son of Jim and Tammy Faye about the new movie The Eyes of Tammy Faye, the trauma of being in a public scandal, and how it affected his faith.

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