In this episode, Liz and Nicole sort fact from fiction among what we know about Pocahontas. Highlights include: Disney's lack of documentaries; digging into AP American History; Jamestown's lack of amenities; baby capitalism, joint stock companies, and making money; DIY governance and the colonial way; never forgetting about racism; John Smith, the big blond bully; Paris Hilton might save your life; hanging out in James Fort's mud; excitement and nudity; whitey getting to Pocahontas; clubbing on the East Coast; whitewashing and commodification of history, the Disney way. Plus, the latest installment of Crazy Shit: Amazon Reviews. Send us pics of your pets via Twitter or Facebook to get involved in Cat Hamlet!
A lost episode of Behind the Music.
In this episode, Liz and Nicole get to the bottom of this stoner Shakespeare business. Under discussion is recent media coverage of Shakespeare's possible marijuana use. Highlights include crappy DEA websites, invention in a noted weed, drugs' relationship to art, CSI-ing historical artifacts, early modern drug dealers, learning to speak with historical locals, academics making bad stoner jokes, figuring out jackhole riddles, being skeptical about evidence on the internet, trying to dig up Shakespeare's bones, to weed or not to weed, Shakespeare's bath-salts plays, writing press releases every time you get stoned, and humanizing geniuses. Plus, the latest installment of Wack Translations. Send us pics of your pets via Twitter or Facebook to get involved in Cat Hamlet!
H/t to listener Justin L. for this joke!
In this episode, Liz and Nicole ask, do you believe in love after death? Under discussion is the duration of love and marriage once the couple bites the dust, sandwiched with a consideration of Romeo and Juliet. Highlights include polyamorous ghost hauntings; in heaven, we are all angels, duh; unfinished love business; running cheerfully toward heaven; Jesus, the ultimate home wrecker; meeting new friends in heaven; the fuck-fiends of Sodom; posthumous intimacy in the grave; and the family history and filmography of Antonio Banderas. Plus, the latest installment of Two Truths and a Renaissance Lie. rudetudors.com @rudetudors
The uncanniness is strong.
In this episode, discussion gets risqué as Liz and Nicole discuss self-pleasure/harm in the 16th and 17th centuries. Highlights include intersections of law, religion, and sexy sex; women expressing themselves through glitter orgasms; who’s the perviest puppet on Sesame Street; where to find masturbatory sources in the archive; jargon for your daily filthiness; the story of noted masturbator, Er; biblical terminology for pulling out; death by masturbation; Renaissance strobe blacklights; that one internet masturbation trick doctors don’t want you to know about; Slim Jim penises; lacking Puritan envy; Caroline Courts Gone Wild; diary code words to hide what you’re up to; masturbating your way out of loneliness. rudetudors.com @rudetudors
Pan the goat god and Pee Wee have a few things in common.