815: Single Sarah, Musical Death, & Northern Lights

Sarah is a single lady again, and she wanted to share what happened, how she’s feeling, and why she’s, you guessed it, optimistic. Susie just wants to make sure Sarah gets custody of all of her electronics. Sarah had serious FOMO over the North American Northern Lights anomaly, and wants to go to Iceland to…

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814: Jerry Lee Lewis, Conjoined Twins, & Psychopath Kids

You spoke, we listened–you said you wanted more personal stories, so we’re doing our best! Hear why Susie’s eyeballs are mid and Sarah’s on a tropical vacation. Susie talks about Jerry Lee Lewis, who is a rock-n-roll legend, but is highly problematic, and Sarah explains how we can love people for their best traits without…

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813: Fears for Tears, Mona Lisa’s Eyes, & Dementia Identity

Three cheers for lesbian weddings, and fingers crossed Sarah gets to have one someday. The Louvre is moving the Mona Lisa to the basement and now we want to know what the fuss is about her anyway. We debate whether Taylor Swift should use a private jet to fly or if she should fly commercial…

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812: Stuffed Animals, Charlie Chaplin, & Titanic Grit

Sarah has the Little League World Series fever, but really she just loves that they hug each other. Susie isn’t so sure about all this touchy feely stuff, and is startled by the stats on the number of adults who sleep with stuffed animals. We revisit the story of a journalist who went undercover as…

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811: Schrodinger’s Cat, Fake Vegetables, & Microfeminism

Sarah explains why latino families are happier about lending money and giving gifts to their family members, but Susie says cranky families are pretty fun too. Botanists want you to know there’s no such thing as a vegetable despite literally everyone else agreeing there is. Susie wants plastic surgery and wants you to vote on…

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810: Hospital Beeps, North Korean Jeans, & Dog Hotels

We talk about the gallery employee who surreptitiously hung up his own art and got fired as a result. Susie makes a confession about The Jinx that has us questioning her mental acuity. We discuss a documentary where a young man travels to a remote island to convert the tribe to Christianity only to meet…

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809: Disney Adults, B Movement, & Snoop Dogg’s Promise

Sarah says we need to amend Marie Kondo’s guide for decluttering by reminding people of the responsibilities of possession ownership. We hear why Inside Out 2 is committed to representing the interior lives of teenage girls and Sarah tries to claim she is not a full-blown Disney adult. We hear about Harrison Ford going full…

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808: Orthotics, Bluey, & Space Junk

Sarah wants to get her groove back, so she got some brand new…custom, orthotic insoles. Ma’am wants to get her groove back sensibly, in comfortable, menopausal shoes. Susie talks about the new season of the Jinx, which chronicles the murder confession and conviction of real estate heir, Robert Durst, his origin story, and his downfall.…

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807: Men Behaving Badly, Hip Hop Dance, & Art Heist

Sarah had an unusual live comedy experience at the Demetri Martin special taping, and it took her back to her Real World days. She claims she did badly in her hip hop dance class despite being in the “top 25% of dancers.” We learn about Sarah’s traumatic and morbid Coachella experience, and we can’t believe…

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806: Cold Plunge, Good Grief, & Blair Witch Project

Susie wants Sarah to have a Costa Rican tropical getaway, and Sarah agrees, but she is also thinking of going fly fishing and doing cold plunges, so this could go downhill fast. We talk about Charles Shultz, the creator of Peanuts and Charlie Brown, and Susie had an ugly cry watching the documentary about him.…

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