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This week's episode is our 20-Rendezvous live show from Portland, OR. We're pros at giving advice but sometimes we have to defer to a higher legal power: Judge Judy.Suggested talking points: Suited and Zooted, Dr Dr give me the Phil, The Doll is Right, Meat Sweat Defense, Slim Badbody, The Shrek-Godfather Tontine , 4-H After HoursCenter for Reproductive Rights: https://reproductiverights.org/
*Valerie Cherish voice* Well, I got it! Rich tells Tracie about the monkeypox vaccine experience.Our Book Club selection this month is Unmask Alice: LSD, Satanic Panic, and the Imposter Behind the World's Most Notorious Diaries by Rick Emerson, that tells the story behind the books Go Ask Alice and Jay's Journal, which came from the same dark place: a serial con artist who betrayed a grieving family, stole a dead boy's memory, and lied her way to the National Book Awards. To take part in our monthly Book Club Zoom meetings, subscribe to our Patreon where you'll also get access to bonus episodes and our premium series WAWU—where we are recapping The Real World Miami.You can read more about the Alibi Club here.And you can check out a picture—which made Tracie do a spitake—of the woman in whose face Arnold Schwarzenegger farted here.Oh and follow us on Instagram.P.S. Tracie is selling pro-choice apparel, the proceeds of which go to organizations facilitating abortion access for women in hostile states.
PayPal illegally confiscated $1233.21 from Tracie's account. She's discovered this is evidently regular practice for the fintech company.Check out the trailer for the Macedonian witch movie You Won't Be Alone.Check out the trailer for Flux Gourmet, the movie with the farts.We also discuss Coltan Haynes' memoir Miss Memory Lane.For access to bonus episodes and our premium series WAWU—where we are recapping The Real World Miami—subscribe to our Patreon.Oh and follow us on Instagram.P.S. Tracie is selling pro-choice apparel, the proceeds of which go to organizations facilitating abortion access for women in hostile states.
Are commercial producers and account managers driving you nuts? Do you ever feel like you spend more time being Judge Judy than running your insurance agency? Listen to this episode as Kelly discusses solutions on how to get your producers and account managers to work together.
Rich and Tracie talk about 100 things they've talked about. You can check out the full list of 100 things here, replete with videos, photos, and links to episodes we reference as well as further reading. And for access to bonus episodes and our premium series WAWU—where we are recapping The Real World Miami—subscribe to our Patreon.Oh and follow us on Instagram.P.S. Tracie is selling pro-choice apparel, the proceeds of which go to organizations facilitating abortion access for women in hostile states.
Much like Judge Judy, and Steve Harvy, we are the true judges of what is good in this great land of our. Also how to cut pizza 101. 2. Wheel of Fortune v 15. Bicycle/Motorcycle 7. Unicycle v 10. Pizza Cutter Follow us at: https://www.facebook.com/friendlycomppod/ https://twitter.com/friendlycomppod https://www.instagram.com/friendlycomppod/ https://twitter.com/codynat_20 Email: Friendlycompetitionpodcast@gmail.com
Rich went to see Debbie Gibson perform in Long Island, and she did the most Valerie Cherish thing anyone has ever done (besides Valerie Cherish). Also, Tracie has a new policy: She WILL be scratching her vag in front of Rich. And JLo is a great star, no notes.To access bonus episodes and our premium series WAWU—where we are recapping The Real World Miami—please visit our Patreon.Oh and follow us on Instagram.Tracie is selling pro-choice apparel, the proceeds of which go to organizations facilitating abortion access for women in hostile states.
Tracie tells Rich about her experiences with abortion.To access bonus episodes and our premium series WAWU—where we are recapping The Real World Miami—please visit our Patreon.Oh and follow us on Instagram.Tracie is selling pro-choice apparel, the proceeds of which go to organizations facilitating abortion access for women in hostile states. If you'd like to donate directly to those organizations, they are linked below.ALABAMAYellowhammer FundAbortion is banned with no exception for rape or incest.ARKANSASArkansas Abortion Support NetworkAbortion is banned with no exception for rape or incest.KENTUCKYKentucky Health Justice NetworkAbortion is banned with no exception for rape or incest.LOUISIANANew Orleans Abortion FundAbortion is banned with no exception for rape or incest.MISSOURIMissouri Abortion FundAbortion is banned with no exception for rape or incest.OKLAHOMARoe FundAbortion is banned with no exception for rape or incest.SOUTH DAKOTASouth Dakota Access for Every WomanAbortion is banned with no exception for rape or incest.UTAHUtah Abortion FundAbortion is banned with exceptions for rape, incest and to save the life of the woman.TEXASJane's Due ProcessA trigger law banning nearly all abortions, with no exceptions for rape or incest, takes effect at the end of July.MISSISSIPPI Mississippi Reproductive Freedom FundA trigger law banning nearly all abortions will take effect on July 7.IDAHONorthwest Abortion Access FundA trigger law banning nearly all abortions takes effect at the end of July.NORTH DAKOTANorth Dakota Women in Need Abortion Access FundA trigger law banning nearly all abortions takes effect at the end of July.TENNESSEEAccess Reproductive Care SoutheastA trigger law banning nearly all abortions, with no exceptions for rape or incest, takes effect 30 days from the Supreme Court's decision. The state attorney general has filed an emergency motion to ban abortion in Tennessee immediately.WYOMINGChelsea's FundAbortion is banned in nearly all cases.OHIOWomen Have OptionsAbortion is banned after six weeks. In 2020, the House legislature introduced a bill that would sue anyone who “knowingly engages in conduct that aids or abets the performance or inducement of an abortion” for a minimum of $10,000.
Harry falls into a pool of silvery liquid before watching three episodes of magical Judge Judy. Dumbledore's there to pull him out though before he sees any of his 'naughty' memories... of Each week the Pottervision boys review and explore a chapter from the books, as well as regaling tales from their own magical lives. Feel free to read along with us as we make our way through the series. To support the show and get access to exclusive episodes and content visit www.Patreon.com/pottervision www.pottervision.com Facebook - Pottervision Twitter - @thepottervision Instagram - @thepottervision @tomlawrinson @lukaskirkby Potter Vision
Tracie gets another letter from a neighbor—this time about a missing cat. She and Rich also discuss Janice Dickinson's new single, Johnny Depp's Disney adult fans, and Rich's disdain for an iTunes chart brag.You can read all about what a bloated, delusional idiot Johnny Depp is in this Rolling Stone piece.Here's that "Where TF Is Shelly Miscavige?" bucket hat that Tracie was talking about.To see the picture of the dying cat, to watch the elementary school kids sing "Running Up That Hill", or to access bonus episodes and our premium series WAWU—where we are recapping The Real World Homecoming—please visit our Patreon.Oh and follow us on Instagram.
On this episode: Tyler has abandoned his post, Ezra watch 2022, and a call from the other side of the world. PLUS! M Night cranks out another gem, updates from Joseph, and grievances with The GooniesIn news: Coronavirus, X-Files, Mother, Danzig, Raiders of the Lost Ark, Ezra Miller Watch 2022, Mel Gibson, Charlie Sheen, R Kelly, Macauley Culkin, Michael Jackson, Francis Ford Coppola, Warner Brothers, The Flash, Justin Long, Tusk, Portlandia, Carrie Brownstein, Flight of the Conchords, John Hodgeman, Judge John Hodgeman, Judge Judy, Martin Scorsese, Leonardo DiCaprio, Killers of the Flower Moon, Jack Fitzpatrick, LetsCrashThisParade, https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCF75-Dalj0xIZOHWM4xl_Mg , The Film Vault, Cinemaddicts, Find Your Film, Saw, Clue, Cluedo, Matel, Milton Bradley, Hasbro, Milton Brothers, Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone, Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone, Escape Room: Tournament of Champions, I Am Legend, The Mist, Leigh Whannell, James Wan, Phil Tippett, Don Mancini, Triangle, M Night Shyamalan, Old, Yorgos Lanthimos, Knock At The Cabin, Dave Bautista, Rupert Grint, Servant, Apple TV, Empire Records, Scream, Shrek, Lord of the Rings, Jarin Blaschke, Robert Eggers, The Northman, The Witch, The Lighthouse, The Goonies, Sean Astin, Josh Brolin, Cory Feldman, Ke Huy Kwan, Everything Everywhere All At Once, Kate Bush, The Sandlot, Joe Pantoliano, Eric Roberts, Epstein, Richard Donner, John Matuszak, The Quest For No Trailers, Thor: Love and Thunder, Don't Worry Darling, Willow, Val Kilmer, Warick Davis, Pinocchio, Robert Zemeckis, Avatar 2, Polly Shore, Beavis and Butthead do the Universe, The Man From Toronto, Prey, Predator 5, Black Adam, The Munsters, Rob Zombie, Idris Elba, Megan Fox, Rogue, Beast, Brian and Charles, Binge Movies, http://www.MCFCpodcast.comEmail us at MCFCpodcast@gmail.com Leave us a voicemail (209) 730-6010Get some merch:https://middle-class-film-class.creator-spring.com Joseph Navarro Pete Abeytaand Tyler Noe with Jack Fitzpatrick from LetsCrashThisParadehttps://www.youtube.com/channel/UCF75-Dalj0xIZOHWM4xl_MgStreaming Picks:Carrie - Amazon PrimeStand By Me - Netflix10 Things I Hate About You - Disney+One Shot - HuluAntlers - HBO MaxWhat We Do In The Shadows (series) - HuluStranger Things - NetflixThe New Mutants - HBO MaxAd spot this week. The PVDcast hosted by John Orlandohttps://pvdcast.com/ https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-pvdcast/id1414474661https://open.spotify.com/show/00Z8qeeH9AePH2fvFMcPG0
Ryan O'Connell, Emmy-nominated star of Special on Netflix, and now Queer as Folk on Peacock, discusses his debut novel with Rich and Tracie. Just by Looking at Him follows a gay TV writer with cerebral palsy as he fights addiction and searches for acceptance in an overwhelmingly ableist world.Pipe Dreams is selling abortion rights apparel, the proceeds of which are going to organizations in hostile states with lawmakers who will likely ban abortion. And you can see where you can donate directly to those organizations on the product page.For access to bonus episodes, additional content, and to subscribe to our book club and premium series WAWU—where we are recapping The Real World Homecoming—please visit our Patreon.Oh and follow us on Instagram.
Rich has a great idea for a theme song—just use the one from Passions! He tells Tracie about Viola Davis's new memoir and then informs her of a fishy kink he found in an old gay porno mag.Pipe Dreams is selling abortion rights apparel, the proceeds of which are going to organizations in hostile states with lawmakers who will likely ban abortion. And you can see where you can donate directly to those organizations on the product page.For access to bonus episodes, additional content, and to subscribe to our book club and premium series WAWU—where we are recapping The Real World Homecoming—please visit our Patreon.Oh and follow us on Instagram.
Patrick Ganino is widely recognized as innovative and talented within his field of decorative arts. Connecticut murals from residential to some of your favorite restaurants, Patrick Ganino has a prolific portfolio that ranges in topic and size. He approaches each commission with an eye for the client's individual taste and style, a passion for creating unique and lasting designs, and a wealth of experience in delighting even the most exacting clients. CT mural artist Patrick Ganino is the owner of Creative Evolution, a full-service decorative painting company that has operated in Connecticut and surrounding states since 1999. His clients have included successful business owners, celebrities, and high-profile interior designers. His work has been featured in many newspaper and magazine articles, yet his responsiveness and personal dedication to clients remain his first priority. Over the past few years, CT mural artist Patrick Ganino has also been involved in television work for shows such as Extreme Makeover: Home Edition, Bar Rescue, Tabitha's Salon Takeover, and Ramsey's Kitchen Nightmares. His ability to work under pressure and quickly adapt in order to meet strict deadlines enables him to successfully complete these demanding projects. Check out Patrick: Website: HTTPS://PATRICKGANINO.COM Items for sale: HTTPS://PATRICKGANINO.COM/SHOP Judge Judy's Project: https://bit.ly/3wLJhWs Social Tuna: HTTPS://SOCIALTUNA.COM IG: HTTPS://WWW.INSTAGRAM.COM/PATRICKGANINO Are your testosterone levels falling? Use MSCS to get 30% off your at-home test and find out: https://trylgc.com/MSCS Thank you to LetsGetChecked for sponsoring this video. See if any of your passwords have been compromised. If you think it can't happen to you, know that American consumers lost $56 billion due to identity theft scams in 2020 Try 14 days for free: https://aura.com/MSCS Thank you to Aura for sponsoring this video Unleash The Beast With Monster Energy: https://www.monsterenergy.com/us/mscs ►Stay Connected With MSCS MEDIA ►All Links to MSCS MEDIA: https://allmylinks.com/mscsmedia
Melissa Beck, cast member of The Real World Homecoming: New Orleans and co-host of the podcast "Imperfect Strangers," tells Tracie and Rich how she prepared to reenter The Real World house 22 years later.Melissa is selling an awesome shirt in support of women's rights to safe and legal access to essential healthcare, with proceeds going to NARAL.Pipe Dreams is also selling abortion rights apparel, the proceeds of which are going to organizations in hostile states with lawmakers who will likely ban abortion. And you can see where you can donate directly to those organizations on the product page.For access to bonus episodes, additional content, and to subscribe to our book club and premium series WAWU—where we are recapping The Real World Homecoming—please visit our Patreon.Oh and follow us on Instagram.
lex covers the case of RaDonda Vaught. RaDonda was a nurse at Vanderbilt Medical Center who was recently convicted of criminally negligent homicide and abuse of an impaired adult. Kaci covers part 2 of Dennis Nilsen. Hold on to your boobies because he gets worse. This episode goes into his victims, the disposal of the bodies, and the disgusting acts performed with the deceased. There will be a part 3!
On today's episode, we are joined by our friend and 3x Super Bowl Champion Running Back LeGarrette Blount. LeGarrette and I talk about youth baseball, the 2020 NFL Draft class having 8-10 awesome running backs, and the evolution of the Running Back position. We also talk for a long time about the career and legacy of Aaron Rodgers, my belief that Lamar Jackson is the most underrated player in the NFL, and the Tier 2 of QBs that emerged between Big Ben, Philip Rivers, Matt Ryan, and Matthew Stafford during the 2010s. We also talk about Tom Brady's $375 million, which devloves into a conversation about Judge Judy making $47.5 million per year from syndicated TV CKSAML Productions LeGarrette is joining us on behalf of LGs Feel Good. You can purchase 100% THC Free CBD Oil for recovery using this link Products – LG's Feel Good (lgsfeelgood.com) This show is presented by BetOnline Sportsbook. Use Code “BLEAV” for a 50% bonus on your initial deposit
The Ex-Wife of Convicted Sex Felon Spencer Herron Investigates the Real Story of Her Seemingly Perfect Husband and Grapples with Years of Astonishing Infidelities"Betrayal" available on iHeartRadio and All Major Podcast Platforms. Glass Podcasts, a division of the award-winning Glass Entertainment Group (GEG), and iHeartMedia, the No. 1 podcast publisher globally according to Podtrac, announced the launch of its eight-part true-crime podcast series Betrayal. The first two episodes dropped April 28, and will continue with weekly installments every Thursday. Betrayal is distributed by the iHeartPodcast Network and is available on iHeartRadio and all major podcast platforms.A real-life fairytale gone horribly wrong; Betrayal is the story of TV producer Jenifer Faison whose picture-perfect marriage completely shatters in the blink of an eye when she suddenly discovers that her college sweetheart-turned-doting husband is not the person she thought he was. After seven years of marriage, Faison came home from work one afternoon to find her house searched and her husband arrested for the continued sexual assault of a student.The series unravels the case of convicted sexual predator and two-time Kell High School 'Teacher of the Year' Spencer Herron, who plead guilty to six counts of sexual assault of a former Cobb, Georgia student. Presently serving six concurrent sentences, Herron's crimes began when the sexual assault victim was in high school. Interviewing the now 21-year-old college student who survived numerous sexual assaults at the hands of her husband, Faison attempts to learn about the man she thought she loved.In Betrayal, Faison investigates the hidden story behind the story, revealing a dark double life fueled by dozens often sordid and simultaneous affairs with friends, neighbors and strangers, dating back to the week they were married. Throughout the podcast, Jenifer painstakingly pieces together evidence, including texts, photos and letters from prison. She speaks with friends, family and several of the other women Herron was intimately involved with, some of whom she knew personally. Each woman eerily described the same manner of manipulation and gaslighting Spencer deployed to justify his philandering. Faison even speaks to Spencer himself.Blindsided and bewildered by the betrayal and pathological lies, Faison must contend with the sinister truth: Her seemingly ideal husband carefully crafted his public persona to hide his inner demons, painting himself as the revered teacher and beacon of his small-town community, located just 20 miles northwest of Atlanta. "Spence was the last person who I ever would have guessed would have taken advantage of a kid, and I think anybody else who knew him would have said the same thing," said Faison. "Could it be true that this man I loved was a sexual predator? I realized that afternoon that life as I knew it would never be the same. The future that we planned was gone, and that was the last time I had seen him.""Betrayal is the ultimate cautionary tale of what could go wrong with blind faith," says Nancy Glass, Executive Producer of the series and CEO of Glass Entertainment Group. "Jenifer is just like anyone else; she built a life on love, trust and respect, but she had no idea what was concealed beneath the surface of her immaculate marriage. There were never any clues nor any reason to believe her world could come crashing down. This is the story of a woman living in the aftermath of the worst-possible scenario and her road to healing." Glass Podcast's Head of Podcast Production and Development, Andrea Gunning, voices Betrayalalongside Faison. The series is Executive Produced by Nancy Glass and Jenifer Faison with Carrie Hartman and Ben Fetterman producing for Glass Podcasts. Glass Podcasts is overseen by Gunning, and Ben Fetterman, who serves as Head of Podcast Strategy and Development. For iHeart, Ali Perry is Executive Producing the series and Jessica Krainchich is serving as Producer.Listeners can visit iHeart.com/apps to download iHeartRadio and listen to the premiere two episodes on their favorite device.EPISODES HEREhttps://www.iheart.com/podcast/1119-betrayal-the-perfect-husb-95632727/JENNIFER FAISON BIOJenifer Faison is an Emmy nominated television producer, with credits including Judge Judy, Extreme Makeover: Home Edition and Jersey Shore. After building her career in LA for nearly two decades, Jenifer now lives in Acworth, Georgia with her feline roommate, California Berry. She continues to produce national television series from her home. Jenifer hopes to familiarize people suffering from the damage of infidelity about Betrayal Trauma through this podcast.ANDREA GUNNING BIOAndrea Gunning is an Executive Producer of podcasts who has directed acclaimed series such as Confronting: OJ Simpson and Confronting: Columbine. The Confronting series has been hailed by top publications including The Guardian and Financial Times. The Associated Press and The Atlantic named Confronting: OJ: Simpson to their Best Podcasts lists for 2019. Andrea has also co-hosted three seasons of Dating Diaries: Quarantine Confessions, featured by Apple in 2020. She heads up Podcast Development and Production at Glass Entertainment Group in Philadelphia.
Tracie and Rich watched a documentary about whatever happened to all those animals Michael Jackson had at Neverland. They also have a correction/retraction regarding Tyler Henry. It appears his mother was actually telling the truth when she said she was abducted at birth and her adoptive mother tortured and murdered two motel employees. Anway, enjoy.To watch Searching for Michael Jackson's Zoo, to check out that anti-Leaving Neverland pamphlet, to access to bonus episodes, additional content, and to subscribe to WAWU and our book club please visit our Patreon.Shop for Pot Psych merch and smoking accessories at Pipe Dreams!Oh and follow us on Instagram.
Lots of people have gotten jobs recently and paychecks are, on average, getting bigger. But what those paychecks can buy is shrinking because costs are going up. So, the Federal Reserve is taking steps to limit the amount of money bouncing around in the economy. That should help slow price increases — but risks a recession.And far-right group leaders are pleading guilty to serious charges tied to their involvement in the January 6th riot. And the congressional investigation has interviewed nearly 1000 people ahead of "primetime" hearings in June.Also: Keanu Reeves reports for the CBC, Blake Lively wears a dress, and Judge Judy makes money.This episode: White House correspondent Tamara Keith, White House correspondent Asma Khalid, chief economics correspondent Scott Horsley, congressional reporter Claudia Grisales, and justice correspondent Ryan Lucas.Support the show and unlock sponsor-free listening with a subscription to The NPR Politics Podcast Plus. Learn more at plus.npr.org/politics Connect:Email the show at email@example.comJoin the NPR Politics Podcast Facebook Group.Subscribe to the NPR Politics Newsletter.Find and support your local public radio station.
Tracie and Rich meet up for the first time in three weeks to discuss whatever—more specifically, Tracie's resolution, Rich's roaches, Madonna, Steven Stayner and much, much more.You can checkout the story of Chyna's last days here.For access to bonus episodes, additional content, and to subscribe to WAWU and our book club please visit our Patreon.Shop for Pot Psych merch and smoking accessories at Pipe Dreams!Check out Rich's other podcast, How to Do It.Oh and follow us on Instagram.
supreme court wants to repeal abortion, "pedal pub" in atlanta crashes and tour leader is charged with a DUI, MP caught watching porn in parliament, pope says NATO kinda caused the war in Ukraine, and a drone carrying guns into canada hits a tree // outro: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kGMvDfV-0n8 // thanks so much for listening! pls rate and review us on apple podcasts, it really helps ppl find the show. hang out with us in midsposting on facebook www.facebook.com/groups/2185905738310960/ follow us on twitter @weedpod and instagram @beepbeepleaf love u, beep on
Almost 30 years ago, a fed-up Manhattan-family-court judge named Judith Sheindlin was sitting in her chambers when she got a call from a couple of television producers. They pitched her the idea for a TV show with Judy at its center. The result was Judge Judy, one of the most popular and influential television series ever made. Over its decades-long run, it beat out The Oprah Winfrey Show in ratings, led to the explosion of court TV, and influenced how large swaths of Americans think about crime and justice. The Experiment's Peter Bresnan has been watching Judge Judy with his mom ever since he was a kid. But recently, he began to wonder how the show managed to become such a force in American culture, and what impact it's had on the thousands of litigants who stood before Judy's TV bench. What he found was a strange story about what happens when the line between law and entertainment starts to blur. A transcript of this episode will soon be made available. Please check back. Be part of The Experiment. Use the hashtag #TheExperimentPodcast, or write to us at firstname.lastname@example.org. This episode of The Experiment was produced by Peter Bresnan with help from Salman Ahad Khan. Editing by Jenny Lawton, Julia Longoria, Emily Botein, and Michael May. Fact-check by Will Gordon. Sound design by Joe Plourde with additional engineering by Jen Munson. Transcription by Caleb Codding.
"Judge not, that you be not judged" is a well-known but commonly misunderstood verse of scripture. Jesus makes clear in this portion of the Sermon of the Mount that we are not to condemn, but to discern, i.e. judge, fairly and mercifully. Funmi Ojetayo | May 1, 2022
The brothers are back! This week with life coach and mental health expert Falisha Oser! The three talk all about her role as a life coach, as well as toxic positivity, coping skills, mental health in sports, and getting past rigid, outdated diagnostics. And, you won't want to miss the epic Who Would Win between Judge Judy and Dr. Phil!Falisha's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/falishalc/?hl=enFalisha's Website: https://modelbehavior716.comMerch Link: https://snack-spot-se.creator-spring.comInstacart Link: https://instacart.oloiyb.net/vAWXNTITC Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/twointhecooler/?hl=enSupport the show (https://teespring.com/stores/two-in-the-cooler)
The last part of season 3 gives us some of the silliest, sweetest, and dare we say worst episodes of the series (we do dare). Chelsea runs an MLM from Raven's house, Raven ruins prom, and a Judge Judy knock off gives us all lifelong body image problems...give a listen to the wild ride that is the end of season 3 and let us know what you think on our socials. Our SocialsInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/ninetiesbabiesnostalgia/YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCgmyQV7STEmjISJKCZr362wTwitter: https://twitter.com/Nineties_BabiesTikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@90sbabiesnostalgia Theme Song by Patrick Dunnevant (https://www.youtube.com/c/AcappellaVGM)Artwork by Dawn Wheeler (https://www.instagram.com/wool_and_stone)
“When you judge others, you do not define them. You define yourself.” ― Earl Nightingale Hands on our knees, back on our THOT SH*T! The Thotful Moment is where we have THOughT provoking conversations about topics that have impacted our life. This week, J & Lesly take hard look inward and talk about being judgemental toward others. We discuss our experiences with being a judge judy, ways that we are trying to stop judging other people and try to define what being judgey means to us. Every Wednesday we rotate between 3 segments called: Thotful Moment, Double Feature and some Science Sh*t! But this Saturday we recap & review… Avatar: The Last Airbender! Дараа уулзая (Daraa uulzii) !! —————————————— FOLLOW US on INSTAGRAM @HomoInTraining Find us on Facebook! LIKE & FOLLOW our page! EMAIL us your judgey stories: HomoInTrainingPodcast@gmail.com —————————————— Music Credit: Jazzy Abstract Beat by Coma-Media —————————————— --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/homointraining/message
Are you sitting down? Tyler Henry is full of shit. We've uncovered what we believe is a complete fabrication about his family history that involves kidnapping and murder.Read all about Sherri Shepherd's abandoned child here.Read about Tamron Hall and Trump here.To check out the gay Five Nights at Freddy's sticker, Tom Cruise in a turtleneck, access to bonus episodes, additional content, and to subscribe to WAWU and our book club please visit our Patreon.Shop for Pot Psych merch and smoking accessories at Pipe Dreams!Check out Rich's other podcast, How to Do It.Oh and follow us on Instagram.
Jason got summoned to court for jury duty so naturally, we decided to react to the weirdest court cases. Some of you guys out there are really try to earn your money and stretching for these verdicts. I'm honestly surprised some of these didn't end up on some TV court room show because they were that trifling. Tune in to this week's episode to hear about all the weird things people are pressed about! If you like this episode and want more, subscribe, turn on your notifications, and give us a five star review! Leave us a comment on what you think about today's episode. Follow us on twitter @laudpodcast to continue the conversation and please share with your friends. It's free and helps us out a lot! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/laudandclear/message
After a brief hiatus, Tracie and Rich are back at it again.You can read about eight hours in Debbie Gibson's life here.Check out Julia Fox's tutorial on how to turn a pair of jeans into an entire outfit.And if you're interested in clearing up Margaret Sanger's history beyond two stoners reading her Wiki, this article breaks it down nicely."We do not want word to go out that we want to exterminate the Negro population, and the minister is the man who can straighten out that idea if it ever occurs to any of their more rebellious members,” she wrote. It was, as the Washington Post called it, an “inartfully written” sentence, but one that, in context, describes the sort of preposterous allegations she feared — not her actual mission. The irony is that it has been used to propagate those very allegations. Cruz's letter to the director of the National Portrait Gallery, for example, quotes only the first half of the sentence.Sanger's stated mission was to empower women to make their own reproductive choices. She did focus her efforts on minority communities, because that was where, due to poverty and limited access to health care, women were especially vulnerable to the effects of unplanned pregnancy. As she framed it, birth control was the fundamental women's rights issue. “Enforced motherhood,” she wrote in 1914, “is the most complete denial of a woman's right to life and liberty."For access to bonus episodes, additional content, and to subscribe to WAWU and our book club please visit our Patreon.Shop for Pot Psych merch and smoking accessories at Pipe Dreams!Check out Rich's other podcast, How to Do It.Oh and follow us on Instagram.
This week we talk about the case of Billy Milligan (starts at (18:09)) and at the end we reminisce about Judge Judy & rate our favorite chips. CHECK OUT our new merch store! Please remember to subscribe and rate us/review us! Follow us on Instagram! Become a patron and support us via Patreon! Email us your f*cked up stories at NFWpodcast@gmail.com we'd love to hear from you! C U Next Tuesday!
Our Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/19Nocturne?fan_landing=true What do you do when you walk into your living room and find a demon? And he claims his name is Bob? "What kind of a place is it? Why it's an apartment hallway, can't you tell?" Cast List Sherry - Angela Kirby Bob Johnson - Gene Thorkildsen Bob Johnston - Henry Mark Carmelita - Kristina Yuen Goat - himself Music by Kevin MacLeod (Incompetech.com) and Zlata Dzardanova Editing and Sound: Julie Hoverson Cover Design: Brett Coulstock ************************************************ THE WRONG BOB Cast: Olivia Bob Johnson, neatnik unlucky accountant Bob Johnston, womanizing creep Sherry Miller, nice girl, also an accountant Carmelita, fortuneteller / sorceress OLIVIA Did you have any trouble finding it? What do you mean, what kind of a place is it? Why, it's an apartment house hallway, can't you tell? MUSIC SCHMALTZY, INDETERMINATE TIME PERIOD FADES INTO SHERRY [Whistling, continues until noted] SOUND RATTLE OF KEYS, KEY INTO LOCK, KEY TURNS SOUND DOOR OPENS. A COUPLE FOOTSTEPS. RATTLE OF PAPER GROCERY BAG. SHERRY [Whistle ends, grunt of effort] SOUND DOOR SHUTS, LOCK CLICKS. FOOTSTEPS TURN-- BOB [Deep, scary demon voice] SHERRY! SHERRY [Screams!] SOUND PAPER GROCERY BAG FALLS TO FLOOR. SOMETHING GLASS SMASHES BOB [Deep, scary demon voice, but worried tone] Shh! [then, commanding] BE QUIET! SHERRY [Muffles herself, still squeaking, dissolves into sobs] BOB [Worried tone] It's not what you think. SHERRY I-- What? BOB It's not what you think. SHERRY I walk in to find a demon on my couch, and it's not what I think? BOB I'm not a demon. I ...think. SHERRY [starting to get feisty] Well, the red skin, wings, and-- and hooves! [gasp, then upset] My hardwood! [angry] Huh! Sure woulda fooled me! BOB It's me. Bob. SHERRY [puzzled] Bob... who? A demon named Bob? BOB No. Bob Johnson? Next desk over? SHERRY Anal Bob? I mean..... um.... BOB [sighs heavily] Yes. Bob Johnson. SHERRY How can I be sure? You don't look anything like-- BOB I cleaned your kitchen while I was waiting for you to get home. SHERRY Okay. You're Bob. How did you get in here? BOB [abashed] Your landlord was... surprisingly cooperative. SHERRY [working herself up] Now, two questions before I have to start screaming again-- BOB Oh, please don't--! SHERRY How did this happen? BOB I don't know. SHERRY [Screaming] And why are you in my living room? BOB [cowed] I-- I-- I thought you might be able to help. You're the only person I know who, seems to know about witchcraft and things. SHERRY Witchcraft? Me? BOB Well, you have a tarot card calendar at your desk. SHERRY [sigh] MUSIC SOUND RATTLE OF TEACUPS SHERRY So you just woke up this way? BOB [really down] Yes. SHERRY And you haven't done anything truly terrible, like murder or blasphemy or anything? BOB I...wouldn't...know? I'm not even Catholic! SHERRY But you'd remember if you murdered anyone? BOB [duh] Well, yes. It would probably be in my day planner. SHERRY I really hope you're kidding. SOUND TEA CUP SHATTERS BOB Darn! Stupid claws. SHERRY Don't worry about it. Look, Bob, this is serious. You have to think! BOB I'm baffled. You know me. I don't do -- anything. I read trade journals for accounting, and watch movies about private eyes. SHERRY You use the word "baffled" in conversation. BOB I clean my house. I sometimes build models out of matchsticks. Once - once! - I got drunk and sang Louie, Louie at karaoke. That's-- that's about it. SHERRY Ok, we've got to do something. I'll go to your house-- BOB 345 Canterbury Drive-- SHERRY --and look around, see if there's a gateway to the underworld, or some kind of evil fetish doll or something. Give me your keys. BOB [apologetic] I-- don't have pockets. SHERRY [sigh] BOB But I do have a key hidden in a crack under the windowsill of the third window on the left hand side of the--[fades out] MUSIC SOUND DOOR OPENS, STEPS SHERRY Bob? BOB [muffled] Over here. SHERRY Oh. Why are you trying to hide? BOB In case anyone came in. SHERRY I'm the only one with a key. BOB I didn't know if you might have a ... guy ... or something. [quickly] Or a girl. [shrug] You know. I don't - just don't know. Sorry SHERRY Bob. I'm not a lesbian, no matter what Fritz in acquisitions says - I just didn't want to go out with him. Way too full of himself. And I don't have a boyfriend. BOB Oh. Sorry. SHERRY Stop apologizing! BOB Did you find anything that might--? SHERRY Nope. But I did pick up your mail. SOUND SLAPS MAIL ON TABLE BOB Um... Could you open it for me? SHERRY What? BOB I can't just leave it sitting there. SHERRY Do what you gotta do. [moving off] I need to eat something, anyway. BOB I took all the expired food out of your fridge and threw it away. SHERRY [from off] [sigh] Thanks. BOB [calling] But I can't open my mail. SHERRY [calling] What? BOB [calling] The claws. That's why I gave up on washing your dishes. SHERRY [off] Aw, jeez. [sigh] Okay, give me time for a sandwich. MUSIC SOUND TEARING SOUND SHERRY [shocked] Bob! BOB MM? What? [gasping, turning redder] Oh, goodness-- that's not mine! SHERRY [half teasing] Like hell it isn't, you perv. BOB It's not - look at the address. [begging] Seriously. SHERRY Bob Johnston, 345 Canterbury Court. Sounds right, though they misspelled-- BOB I'm at Canterbury drive. Not court. And I don't have a T in my name. [agonized] I get this guy's mail all the time. [pause] I should have checked before asking you to open stuff. Sorry. SOUND PAGES TURNING SHERRY Hmm. Always wondered what that was for-- [snapped back to conversation] What was that? BOB This guy. He gets my mail, I get his. I started having anything identity theft-ish sent to a p.o. box, just so it couldn't end up in this joker's hands. SHERRY Does he get a lot of these catalogs? BOB That one's pretty tame. They were amusing at first, but now it's like - it's like I have no spam filter. [breaks down in tears] SHERRY Hey, Bob. C'mon, it isn't that bad. BOB Yes it is. SHERRY That you get the occasional catalog from a sex shop? BOB And packages. There's a whole stack of them in the front hall closet that he hasn't come and picked up yet this month. SHERRY Is that what those were? Packages... Are you sure they're all ... naughty stuff? BOB No, I guess not, but what else would they be? Encyclopedias? I just see his name and toss them into the closet - plus I don't ever order anything. SHERRY Hmm. [musing] Maybe I'll return them to him. A chance to see this creep. BOB [down] Yeah. SHERRY What? BOB Apparently, despite his ... hobbies ... women seem to, well... like him. You'll probably end up liking him too. SHERRY I'm not that easy. Just ask Fritz. MUSIC AMBIANCE LIGHT MUSIC IN BACKGROUND SHERRY [giggles, sounds slightly drunk] and then I fell off the stage! JOHNSTON [soooo smooth] Really? I can't imagine you being so - uncoordinated. You have such grace. SHERRY Me? Ohh! [oh, you!] JOHNSTON I like grace - it's so rare. And grace lasts. Like personality. SHERRY [a little cautious] Oh? JOHNSTON I can't help it - I take the long view on things. Think about what it might be like - you know - if we were still together years from now. SHERRY And what do you see? JOHNSTON Long walks on the beach. Candlelit dinners. Wow - I can - you know, you're just someone I can really talk to. [rueful chuckle] Usually I don't admit how much I like simple things... SOUND PHONE RINGS, KEEPS RINGING UNTIL PICKED UP SHERRY Go ahead. JOHNSTON It can go to voice. SHERRY Nah. I need a moment, anyway. Down the hall? JOHNSTON On the left. SOUND HER FOOTSTEPS GO, THEN SLOW AND STOP SOUND HE PICKS UP PHONE SHERRY Hmm? [stopping to listen] JOHNSTON [slightly off, bright] You got Bob! [exasperated sigh, then angry] Look, you-- [beat] No! I don't care-- [beat] Call them. See if I care! SOUND SLAMS DOWN PHONE SHERRY Hmm! SOUND SHE TIPTOES AWAY SHERRY [going off] Four one hundred, five one hundred, six-- SOUND [beat, then] FLUSH JOHNSTON [muttered, like a curse] Women. SOUND SHERRIE'S FEET, COMING BACK ON SHERRY Wow - I just realized the time! JOHNSTON What, but-- SHERRY Thank you so much for your ... hospitality. JOHNSTON [cajoling] Come on, sweet thing - the night is young! SHERRY But my mother isn't - and she expects me to bring her her medicine. Can't disappoint mom. JOHNSTON No. Of course. Can I - see you again? SHERRY Hmm. I think that can be arranged. SOUND QUICK MWA GOODNIGHT KISS, THEN DOOR OPENS MUSIC SOUND PHONE RINGS BOB Oh, crap. SOUND PHONE RINGS SEVERAL MORE TIMES BOB [undecided] Uhh... Stop! Go away! She's not home! SOUND PHONE STOPS, CLICK BOB [sigh of relief] SOUND MESSAGE COMES ON BOB [gasp of surprise] SHERRY Hi! This is Sherry. Leave a message. BOB [sigh of relief] SOUND BEEP SHERRY [on the phone] Bob! Don't break my phone, just listen. BOB Ok. SHERRY [on the phone] Jeez, I hope you're there. [chuckle] Where else would he be? Right. I'm going to consult an expert. I'm just leaving Bob's place - the other Bob's place - and there's this fortuneteller shop. It's probably all a crock, but it's a place to start. So don't be surprised if I'm not home any time soon. [beat] Oh, and you're gonna owe me whatever I have to pay this fortuneteller chick. BOB I don't have any pockets. SHERRY [on the phone] When you're back. Normal, I mean. Bye! SOUND PHONE HANGS UP, DIAL TONE, THEN OUT BOB [musing] I guess in the long run, any cost benefit analysis would lean in favor of paying whatever it costs to return to normal, since I couldn't really function in my job as I am now... Oh no! Work! SOUND FUMBLES WITH PHONE SOUND BREAKING NOISE BOB Oh-- drat! MUSIC AMB MID-EASTERN MUSIC SOUND DOOR OPENS, JINGLE OF BELL SHERRY Hello? SOUND DOOR SWINGS SHUT HARD, NO BELL CARMELITA One minute. Remain where you are. I must finish my communion with the spirits. SHERRY [muttered] I'll wait for the flush. SOUND SLOW PACING SHERRY [listing things] Palmistry. Hmm. [puzzled] I don't even have that line. Ah well. Maybe-- SOUND A COUPLE MORE STEPS SHERRY Tarot cards. [sigh, muttered] Jeez, Bob. You're such a dork. [quoting jokingly] "The lovers- you will soon fall madly in love" SOUND BEADED CURTAIN SWEPT ASIDE CARMELITA [angry] Nonsense! The lovers is a card of choice! You want love, look to cups! SHERRY [very nervous and startled] I-I was just quoting.... An old commercial. Look, I don't mean to be... snippy or anything, I'm just... I've never done this before. CARMELITA I accept your apology. [slight warning breath, then satisfied sigh] The spirits accept as well. SHERRY [skeptical] Right. CARMELITA Come. Sit. Are you looking for your future or your past? SOUND FEET MOVE TO TABLE SHERRY I'm actually here for a friend... CARMELITA Ah, yes. "Your friend" - is she in some kind of trouble? SHERRY No, no, it's a he-- CARMELITA A lover? SHERRY Oh god no! CARMELITA Hmm. Hold on. Give me your hand. SHERRY Look, why don't I just tell you what's going on--? CARMELITA Shh! SHERRY Fine. Here. CARMELITA Hmm. I see. Hmm. Who does your nails? These are very nice. SHERRY Why are you looking at my manicure rather than my palm? CARMELITA [shrug] It is one way to tell how much help you can afford. See? I am being blunt for you, since you are a non-nonsense woman, I can see that. SHERRY Look, this is silly. I-I'm gonna leave. How much do I owe you? CARMELITA Stop! One card. I will show you one card, and if it does not resonate for you, then you may leave and owe me nothing. SHERRY Fine. Go ahead. CARMELITA Cut the deck. SOUND LARGE CARD DECK, CUT SHERRY There. CARMELITA Again. SOUND LARGE CARD DECK, CUT SHERRY [sigh] Good enough? CARMELITA I have not touched the cards, you see? Turn over that top card. The auger there will stun you. SOUND [beat, then] CARD QUICKLY FLIPPED OVER SHERRY [gasp!] MUSIC SOUND DOOR OPENS SHERRY What the hell? BOB Sorry. SHERRY You trashed my living room! BOB [apologetic] Apparently demons have anger management issues. I'll pay you back! An Ikea gift card should cover most of it-- SHERRY What the hell got into you? BOB [more and more miserable] I tried to call in sick, and ...broke the phone. That was sort of the last straw. SHERRY [exasperated sigh, then cold] Did you at least get my message? BOB [subdued] Yes. SHERRY [beat] Aren't you curious? BOB I'm... waiting for you to yell at me. SHERRY I'm... I'm done. BOB [worried] Are you sure? SHERRY Let me guess - your mom was pretty - um - rowdy when you screwed up. BOB Um...yes. SHERRY That explains a lot. Look, I went to the fortuneteller-- BOB Can you-- I'm sorry, but, um - can you check in with the office first? [really anxious] Please? I haven't missed a day of work in six and a half years - not since I got bronchial pneumonia that one winter. SHERRY Fine. SOUND CELLPHONE FLIPS OPEN MUSIC AMB MID-EASTERN MUSIC CARMELITA Come to me! Come to me! I need the power! [moans and noises, but no words] I feel it! Yes! SOUND MICROWAVE BEEPS CARMELITA Aha! MUSIC SHERRY Done. BOB Did they say anything? SHERRY Not really. You got plenty of time banked. I told them you were delirious today and that's why you didn't call in. BOB Oh, that's a good one. SHERRY Sit, will you? SOUND HEAVY BODY SITS, FURNITURE CREAKS SHERRY [sigh] This chick, Carmelita - well, I didn't tell her everything. I didn't tell her much, at all, I just couldn't see how! It was ... well-- BOB Too weird? SHERRY Kinda. The weirdest part was she had me pick a card, and it was-- BOB The Devil? SHERRY I thought you didn't know about any of this stuff. BOB It's ... October on your calander. SHERRY [sigh, then matter of fact] Anyway, I said I had a friend who was cursed, and asked about how to break curses. She said I needed to bring her something that belongs to the friend, and she could sort of diagnose the problem. Do you have anything that doesn't look all ... um... demony? BOB Uh... what sort of things? SHERRY Something from your body - hair, something. BOB [worried] You want to pull some hair? SHERRY She said it had to come straight from the source and be fresh. BOB All right. I'll turn my back and you pull. Make it quick. SHERRY Are you really such a total wuss? BOB Well - um - uh - [small] I have a very low pain threshold. SHERRY [sigh] All right. Bend down. SOUND HEAVY NOISES AS HE MOVES BOB OK, go. SHERRY [exasperated sigh] All right. Brace yourself. BOB Wait! SHERRY No - just "man up", Bob. BOB Wait! Something's happening! SHERRY I haven't even started yet! BOB [scream, which turns odd] Ahh! SOUND SCUFFLE, BODY FLUNG, DROP, CREAKY NOISES, SCUTTLE OF HOOVES SHERRY Oh crap. SOUND GOAT "MAAAAA" MUSIC AMB mid-eastern MUSIC SOUND DOOR FLUNG OPEN, BELL PINGS SOUND FEET STORM IN SHERRY [agitated, quick] Hello? Hello? Damn it, get out here! SOUND BEAD CURTAIN MOVES SLOWLY ASIDE CARMELITA [tired or hung over] Shush. I am not open for business. SHERRY Your door was unlocked. CARMELITA A mistake. Go away. SHERRY No! Help me and I'll leave. I don't know another damn fortuneteller or witch or anything in the entire city. I have a goddam goat in my bathroom, and I need help. CARMELITA A... goat? SHERRY Yes. [deep breath, trying to calm down, talks quieter] Look, can we please talk? CARMELITA [long beat, then a sigh] Sit. I will make tea. MUSIC SOUND SIPPING TEA SHERRY Is your head any better? CARMELITA A bit. As long as you talk quietly, it will not explode. I had a bit of a long night. SHERRY Problems? CARMELITA Oh, don't even get me started. SHERRY Hey, I can listen, if it'll help at all. I'm not in such a rush. CARMELITA Really? SHERRY Sure. [coaxing] Come on. CARMELITA It's a man. SHERRY [sympathetic] Isn't it always? CARMELITA He's a bastard. An evil bastard. SHERRY There's plenty of 'em out there. CARMELITA [breaking] I loved him. SHERRY Tell me about it. CARMELITA [teary] He is so charming. Good teeth. Good hair. Good job. [sips, then] Good catch. SHERRY And I'll bet he knows it, too. CARMELITA Of course. But he comes in here, saying he has a dream he wants interpreted. Says he has dreamed of me - that I, Carmelita, have haunted his dreams. SHERRY Smooth bastard. CARMELITA So smooth you could buff him and see your face in him. SHERRY [a bit puzzled] Right. Smooth like glass. CARMELITA Just like glass. SHERRY Shiny and flat and totally transparent once you look at them the right way. CARMELITA [laughing a bit] Yes! Just like that! SHERRY I know just the type. So he-- CARMELITA He took advantage of my girlish heart. SHERRY Full advantage? CARMELITA Yes. SHERRY [tsks] CARMELITA And then, once he had his wicked way - as the old movies say - poof! He was gone. SHERRY Screening his calls? CARMELITA Worse. He changed his number. SHERRY [ouch noise] ooh! CARMELITA So I got his new address. [shrug] Spirits are good for many things. SHERRY Yeah, but can they find you a good man? CARMELITA [disgusted noise] They can find me a unicorn first. Good men are more scarce. SHERRY Amen to that. CARMELITA The charming ones are all scum. [spits] SHERRY And the boring ones-- CARMELITA Oh, I would take boring in a heartbeat, if I could only trust him. SHERRY Yeah, that's the trick. CARMELITA Well. I feel a little better now. Tell me about your goat. MUSIC SOUND APARTMENT DOOR OPENS SHERRY Hello? BOB [off, muffled] Maaa! SOUND SHE WALKS DOWN THE HALL SHERRY We might have the answer, Bob. SOUND BATHROOM DOOR OPENS BOB [sad] Maa. SHERRY Oh, goodness, Bob. That's what the paper was for. [sigh] Come on. SOUND HOOVES MUSIC AMB MUSIC SOUND DOOR OPENS, BELL SOUND HOOVES ENTER CARMELITA This is the goat? SHERRY Ya think? CARMELITA Of course. Be quiet while I channel the spirits. [hums, changing keys] BOB Maa? SHERRY Shh! CARMELITA [humming ends] You're right - it is your goat. The agreement stands, then. Take this. SHERRY OK. Now, Bob. You be a good goat and stay with Carmelita here. I have an errand to run. BOB [a bit panicky] Maa? CARMELITA Don't worry, bubula, I'm rather fond of goats. MUSIC SOUND DOORBELL JOHNSTON Just a minute! SHERRY [through the door] Bob? I hope this isn't a bad time? SOUND DOOR OPENS JOHNSTON Oh, no! I was - this is just crazy, but I was just thinking of you! Cosmic, isn't it? SHERRY Wow! JOHNSTON What's all that? SHERRY Turns out there were some packages for you along with the mail today. Figured I'd ...um... [coquettish]... have another excuse to drop in. JOHNSTON Mmm! SHERRY There's a few more, but I figure that'll keep. JOHNSTON Here, let me get those. SOUND WALKS, PICKS UP BOXES JOHNSTON [grunt] Wow! How'd you get this all up here? SHERRY I guess my mind was ....on other things. JOHNSTON [interested, sexy] Oh? SOUND HE GETS THE BOXES IN, THEY COLLAPSE ALL OVER THE FLOOR SOUND SOMETHING GETS LOOSE AND ROLLS ACROSS THE FLOOR, BUZZING SHERRY [embarrassed laugh] Oh-ho! JOHNSTON Oh. That. That's, um, for a friend. SHERRY I'll bet. [really laughing now] Look out! It's making a run for it! JOHNSTON Here. SOUND SCOOPS UP THE TOY, TURNS IT OFF, DROPS IT INTO BOX SHERRY You're a man of ...interesting... tastes. JOHNSTON I won't apologize. I like to make my woman feel ...very ...good. SHERRY A guy like you must already have a woman. Or a bunch of them. JOHNSTON [sigh, rueful] I've been looking for so long for the right woman. The woman who can make me really want to settle down. You know? A woman who makes me want to stay home and eat the same thing every night? SHERRY But in the meantime--? JOHNSTON Well, nothing wrong with exercising my god-given talents. Just means that once I find this ...special... woman, I'll be an expert. Able to fulfill her every need. SHERRY [chuckle, then quiet] Paint my house. JOHNSTON What? SHERRY Sorry. Quoting. I don't suppose you have something to ...drink ... around here? JOHNSTON Of course. SOUND TAKES A COUPLE OF STEPS JOHNSTON Your mother? SHERRY Huh? JOHNSTON Are you going to have to run off again? SHERRY [muttered] You're good. [up] Bingo night. JOHNSTON Ahhhh. MUSIC AMB MUSIC SOUND CARDS BEING TURNED OVER CARMELITA The Lovers. [chuckles] Strange card for a goat. What sort of choice have you made recently, do you think? SOUND TURNS ANOTHER CARD BOB [worried] Maa! CARMELITA No, no, darling. [mwa!] Death is not so bad as you think. It means change - for you this is a good card in your near future. I think your friend is actually going to pull this off! BOB [like a sigh] Maa. CARMELITA keep your chin up. You can always stay here and be [cutesy] my little goat. MUSIC AMB LOW SEXY MUSIC PLAYS SOUND DRINKS POUR SENSUOUSLY SHERRY [sigh] JOHNSTON Hmm? SHERRY Just thinking back on the silly coincidence that got me here. JOHNSTON Pure karma, baby. SHERRY Could I have a bit of ice? JOHNSTON [chuckle] You don't ice this stuff, babe. It's the heat that makes it go down so nicely. SHERRY [suggestive] It's not for the drink. JOHNSTON Oh-ho! SOUND HE GETS UP, WALKS OFF SOUND UP CLOSE, SHE OPENS A TINY LITTLE BOTTLE, POURS SOMETHING INTO THE DRINK SHERRY [calling, over the sounds] You might bring a whole bowl of them! SOUND [OFF] HE OPENS THE FRIDGE, POPS OUT SOME ICE FROM A TRAY JOHNSTON [off] You got it! SHERRY [sigh of relief] SOUND HE COMES BACK JOHNSTON What happened? SHERRY Happened? JOHNSTON Did you put something in my drink? SHERRY [trying to play it cutesy] Just a widdle wuv potion. JOHNSTON [angry, totally breaking the mood] A what? What is it with you spooky chicks? SHERRY Huh? JOHNSTON Damn love potions and crap, seriously, what the hell is it? SHERRY Jeez, Bob. I was joking. What crawled up your ass? JOHNSTON Then, what? Huh? What did you put in there? SHERRY It was just a little bubbly stuff. Here, I'll drink it. [exasperated sigh] It's just a game. JOHNSTON You ruined perfectly good-- SHERRY It's just - I've always-- [tsk, breaks off] JOHNSTON What? SHERRY I've always had this fantasy of being a femme fatale. A bond girl. Something really naughty. JOHNSTON [getting into it - a little] Really? SHERRY Yeah. I was just playing. JOHNSTON Hmm. SHERRY I didn't think you would freak. JOHNSTON Let's just put it down to bad experiences, 'kay? Everyone's had 'em. SHERRY [still miffed] Right. JOHNSTON Oh, come on - we can still share the other glass. I'll sip-- [sips] Now you. SHERRY [giving in] All right. JOHNSTON There. SOUND A BIT OF MASHING, MUSIC UP MUSIC BOB Maa? CARMELITA She has been gone a long time. I hope it all is all right-- oh! SOUND WEIRD STRETCHY NOISES BOB [moaning in agony, etc. kinda goofy] CARMELITA Now that is fascinating. I've never actually had a chance to watch this end of a curse. BOB [still gasping and ouchy] Oh! Goodness... Um, [gasps in shock] Don't just stare at me! CARMELITA Why not? You're human again. SOUND PULLING THE TABLECLOTH, DISHES RATTLE CARMELITA Stop that! BOB [panicking] But I'm.... nude. CARMELITA As if I have never seen a nude man before. BOB Um.... I've never... BEEN nude before. CARMELITA [with interest, teasing] Oh? BOB You wouldn't have some pants somewhere? CARMELITA I'll go and check. You might want to close the curtains, beefcakes. BOB [panic] Ahh! SOUND MORE RATTLE OF DISHES CARMELITA [calling back as she leaves the room] Kidding! SOUND BEAD CURTAIN PARTS SOUND FRONT DOOR OPENS, BELL RINGS CARMELITA A-ha! SOUND FEET ENTER SHERRY Mission accomplished. More or less. [grunts with effort] SOUND CREAK OF ROPE JOHNSTON Maaa! SHERRY Don't you even try that again! SOUND HOOVES PULLED INTO ROOM CARMELITA How did you do it? He's one tricky bastard. SHERRY Oh, I have a few tricks of my own-- SOUND BEAD CURTAIN MOVES A LITTLE BOB Sherry? I'm... um... [unsure] okay now. SHERRY Yeah. Good. [snickers] Nice loincloth. BOB [blushing] It was all I could-- CARMELITA Oh, no you didn't! Not my mother's good apron! [commanding] You get right back in there, mister and I will find you something! BOB Okay. Sorry! SOUND BEAD CURTAIN SWINGS CARMELITA Can you take my guest here through to the yard - that door, there? SHERRY With pleasure. [grunting] Come on! SOUND CREAK OF ROPE JOHNSTON Maa!!! MUSIC CARMELITA So what did you do? Put it in his drink? SHERRY First, what's going to happen to him? Jackass he may be, but I can't see leaving him a goat forever. CARMELITA I'll give him a couple of weeks. Then turn him back, let him try and explain what happened. SHERRY I can just see the Judge Judy episode where he tries to sue your pants off. BOB [muttered] Only if you have pants... CARMELITA She would laugh him out of court. "But really, this bitch turned me into a goat for two weeks..." SHERRY She'd say "turned you? [slowing losing it to laughter as she goes along] The defense has a laundry list of witnesses ready to swear you already were a goat..." CARMELITA [laughing almost hysterically] BOB What about me? SHERRY [calming down] Honestly, Bob. I think you'll be fine. BOB But ...work? SHERRY Didn't even miss you. [backpedaling] I mean -- everyone feels you're about due for a mental health day. Or five. CARMELITA But I still don't see how you managed it? SHERRY Simple. You told me all about his moves. His technique. BOB I know. Do guys really DO all that? Just to get-- CARMELITA Shh. We'll talk later, darling. [with feeling] Later. BOB Ulp! SHERRY [chuckling a bit] So it was easy. Once I put the fizzy stuff in his drink, he got all huffy and wouldn't drink it, even though I offered to take it myself. BOB I wouldn't either. [shuts himself up suddenly] CARMELITA And so? SHERRY You said he was big nibbler. I put the real potion all over my neck and shoulders. Didn't take long before - poof! BOB I know you've done me a huge favor here, Sherry, and I owe you plenty, but could you do one last teensy thing? SHERRY [sigh] What's that? BOB Pants? SHERRY Pants? BOB Bring me some? This blanket won't get me home - at least not without being arrested. SHERRY [sigh] Pants it is. CARMELITA Not too quickly. BOB [panicky] Huh? CARMELITA There's something very... attractive about a man who already knows [intense] not to cross a witch. BOB [gulp] CARMELITA And you're awfully cute. At least without the hooves. BOB Um, thanks? [up] Sherry? SOUND DOOR SHUTS, BELL DINGS JOHNSTON [almost a laugh] maa-aa-aa-aa! CLOSER
We welcome back Luke Savage, writer for Jacobin and the cohost of the podcast Michael And Us, just in time for this ep inspired by Judge Judy! Bart gets in trouble, but it's no longer "boys will be boys" under Judge Constance Harm. Somehow that all leads to the use of fiberoptics, tethers, and pillories in this very wacky ep that ends Mike Scully's era as showrunner. Listen now before your night terrors begin! Support this podcast and get dozens of bonus episodes by visiting Patreon.com/TalkingSimpsons and becoming a patron! And please follow the official Twitter, @TalkSimpsonsPod!
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Rich tells Tracie about the new "Texas Chainsaw Massacre." Then they review Apollonia's new podcast.You can check out Apollonia's new podcast here.For access to bonus episodes, additional content, and to subscribe to WAWU and our book club please visit our Patreon.Shop for Pot Psych merch and smoking accessories at Pipe Dreams!Check out Rich's other podcast, How to Do It.
On this week's episode of Currently Reading, Kaytee and Meredith are discussing: Bookish Moments: a meetup with Megan! and Book Page Magazine Current Reads: middle grade and horror and Enneagram and magical realism. We've got it all! Deep Dive: Palate cleansers and one-night stand books Book Presses: a middle grade fantasy gem a great one-night stand As per usual, time-stamped show notes are below with references to every book and resource we mentioned in this episode. If you'd like to listen first and not spoil the surprise, don't scroll down! New: we are now including transcripts of the episode (this link only works on the main site). These are generated by AI, so they may not be perfectly accurate, but we want to increase accessibility for our fans! *Please note that all book titles linked below are Bookshop affiliate links. Your cost is the same, but a small portion of your purchase will come back to us to help offset the costs of the show. If you'd prefer to shop on Amazon, you can still do so here through our main storefront. Anything you buy there (even your dishwasher detergent!) kicks a small amount back to us. Thanks for your support!* . . . . 2:41 - Currently Reading Patreon 1:29 - Bookish Moment of the Week 6:44 - BookPage 7:43 - Current Reads 7:51 - The Inheritance of Orquidea Divina by Zoraida Cordova (Kaytee) 10:55 - Good Girl, Bad Blood by Holly Jackson (Meredith) 11:03 - A Good Girl's Guide to Murder by Holly Jackson 16:17 - Too Bright to See by Kyle Lukoff (Kaytee) 19:04 - The Road Back To You by Ian Morgan Cron and Suzanne Stabile 19:22 - The Enneagram Made Simple by Ashton Whitmoyer-Ober (Meredith) 19:28 - Ashton's Instagram @enneagramashton 21:55 - The Journey Towards Wholeness by Suzanne Stabile (Meredith pt2) 23:27 - Ain't Burned All The Bright by Jason Reynolds and Jason Griffin (Kaytee) 28:14 - Lazy Genius Kitchen by Kendra Adachi 29:35 - White Smoke by Tiffany D. Jackson (Meredith) 29:49 - Grown by Tiffany D. Jackson 32:37 - Anne of Green Gables by L.M. Montgomery 33:06 - Home Before Dark by Riley Sager 34:26 - The Drowning Kind by Jennifer McMahon 34:39 - Deep Dive: One Night Stand Books 35:07 - The Ten Thousand Doors of January by Alix Harrow 35:45 - Pretty Little Wife by by Darby Kane 39:05 - The Remarkable Journey of Coyote Sunrise by Dan Gemeinhart 40:19 - We Begin at the End by Chris Whitaker 41:07 - The Hunting Party by Lucy Foley 41:19 - The Last by Hanna Jameson 41:59 - Turn of the Screw by Henry James 42:00 - Turn of the Key by Ruth Ware 42:27 - The Stranger by Harlan Coben 42:48 - Verity by Colleen Hoover 43:44 - An Anonymous Girl by Greer Hendricks and Sarah Pekkanen 45:08 - Mrs. Miracle by Debbie Macomber 46:17 - Books We'd Like to Press Into Your Hands 46:37 - Amari and the Night Brothers by B.B. Alston (Kaytee) 47:50 - Amari and the Great Game by B.B. Alston 48:31 - Fantasticland by Mike Bockoven (Meredith) 50:14 - Lord of the Flies by William Golding 50:24 - The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins Connect With Us: Meredith is @meredith.reads on Instagram Kaytee is @notesonbookmarks on Instagram Mindy is @gratefulforgrace on Instagram Mary is @maryreadsandsips on Instagram currentlyreadingpodcast.com @currentlyreadingpodcast on Instagram email@example.com Support us at patreon.com/currentlyreadingpodcast
every thing has a purpose & every person has their dharma / our unique, temporary dharma connects us to our shared, eternal dharma / we're perfect & pure, we are just covered / see everything in connection to Vishnu to see peace / you can't win the competition in the material world / Krishna isn't Judge Judy shaming us, he's the supreme benevolent friend / we all benefit when we offer to the root / pain and conflict are designed to turn us toward truth SB 4.7.54 & BG 5.29
The presiding judge of IMDb TV's Judy Justice and Emmy Award winning television show Judge Judy, speaks of the people who impacted her early … Read More