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Forty Elephants

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We hope you had a wonderful St. Patrick's Day and stayed home and watched Emily's comedy special Ice Thickeners, now on Comedy Central! Just look it up and watch it online! Also- it's the 2019 MaxFunDrive, go become a member and help support your favorite show creators!

On Wiki of the Week, we read the Wikipedia page for "Forty Elephants." The Forty Elephants or Forty Thieves were a 19th and 20th century all-female London crime syndicate who specialized in shoplifting. This gang was notable for its longevity and skill in avoiding police detection.

Miss Baker

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Lisa is catching up with some of Emily's tv recommendations. Have you watched Outlander or Instant Hotel? Emily wins a WGA award and gives us the 411 on a Hollywood male celebrity hot spot. On Chunch Chat, we learn about Martha Stewart's new business venture. We discuss whether or not getting a horse high is wrong. On Wiki of the Week, we read the Wikipedia page for Miss Baker, a squirrel monkey astronaut/overachiever. 

Learned Pig

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Happy President's Day to all you presidents out there except for the bad ones! On this episode, Emily shares her experience being sick and diving into the shows Instant Hotel and Outlander.  Lisa gets an allergy test at a DIY blood testing facility. On Wiki of the Week, we read the Wikipedia page for "Learned pig," a pig taught to respond to commands in such a way that it appeared to be able to answer questions by picking up cards in its mouth. 

Wizard of New Zealand

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Thanks to Party of One music for putting their spin on our theme song! If you turn this episode on and feel like you've been transported to a different, much more adorable universe, don't worry! Same crappy universe. On this week's episode, Emily dives into the show Suits in an attempt to figure out "what Meghan Markle's deal is." We also answer some month old reader mail. On Wiki of the Week, we read the Wikipedia page for "Wizard of New Zealand," a decidedly non-magical person.

Tama (cat)

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How are your new years resolutions holding up? Probably incredibly well? On this very relatable episode, Emily visits a luxury gifting suite. Lisa is still enjoying being a horse owner. We have a follow up re: previous Wiki of the Week star Jean Calment, the world's oldest woman and possible fraudster. On this week's Wiki of the Week, we read the Wikipedia page for Tama (cat), a feline station manager at a Japanese train station.

Lloyds Bank coprolite

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If you still have some egg nog in your fridge, don't waste it! Pour yourself a glass, curl up with a loved one in front of the pile of needles that was a tree mere weeks ago, and listen to this episode! We meant to release it on Christmas Eve, but a naughty elf forgot to upload the file. On Wiki of the Week, we read the Wikipedia page for Lloyds Bank coprolite, a desiccated human dung specimen of historical importance.

List of U.S. presidential campaign slogans

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Everyone breathing alright out there? We recap some of the nice things that have happened since the recent midterm elections. Lisa purchased and wore an adult halloween costume to work. Emily ponders new ways to lure children to her cottage. On Chunch Chat, Lisa is considering acquiring a horse. On Wiki of the Week, we read the Wikipedia page for "List of U.S. presidential campaign slogans."

Witch Bottle

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Hallowe'en is upon us, much akin to a cape upon Count Dracula himself! Emily and Lisa read some quesstioonnss from Twittterrrr (please read in a scary voice). On Chunch Chat, we are haunted by the devil himself. On today's seasonally appropriate Wiki of the Week, we read the Wikipedia page for "Witch bottle," a countermagical device used by both witches and non-witches alike. Next time you pee in a bottle, know that you're participating in a century old protection ritual!

J. I. Rodale

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Wassup all you ragtime babies! Emily got back from the Emmys and her Getty Images purse is the talk of the town! Some bad stuff has happened in our country since our last episode and we talk about that too. Lisa watched a romantic horny movie to get her mind off this month's horrors. On Wiki of the Week, we read the Wikipedia page for "J. I. Rodale," a healthy man who met an untimely end. 

Skunks as Pets

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Especially E.L. James! We hope you're listening, because we have some writing tips for you. Lisa has been catching up on some popular media, including finally reading 50 Shades of Gray and watching equally huge cultural sensation Ricki and the Flash. On Chunch Chat, we discuss Martha's new turkeys. On Wiki of the Week, we read the Wikipedia page for "Skunks as pets." The big question - to de-stink or not to de-stink?

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