In this episode, the ladies talk Jordan Peele's new movie, Us, and being scary-cats before they dive into the remarkable life of the first woman in space, Valentina Tereshkova and possibly the first mixed-race English queen, Queen Charlotte.
In this episode, the ladies talk stalking Shonda Rhimes and comradery w/ bigots before jumping into the extraordinary life of activist, Dolores Huerta and the notorious life of radio host, Laura Schlessinger.
This week, the ladies talk brutal honesty from grandmothers before diving into the tragic and triumphant life of painter, Artemisia Gentileschi and the salacious life of teenage would be murderer, Amy Fisher.
This week, the ladies talk the "Twilight Zone" reboot and "accidental" fake Chanel bags before diving into the privileged life of Civil Rights activist and suffragette, Mary Church Terrell and the notorious life of Ruth Madoff.
In this episode, the ladies talk lady writers and SNL sketches before diving into the gruesome murders committed by the Papin Sisters and the amazing life of indentured servant-turned-wealthy-businesswoman, Mary Ellen Pleasant.
On this week's show, the ladies tease the Fyre Festival debacle before they dive into the amazing career and life of the first black Oscar winner, Hattie McDaniel and the (maybe) problematic life of MLM cosmetic queen, Mary Kay Ash.
On this week's episode, the ladies discuss the lack of undergarments in blaxploitation films, the life of German artist and originator of photomontage, Hannah Hoch and conclude part 2 of the extraordinary life of Civil Rights Activist, Coretta Scott King.
In this episode, the ladies talk the upside of mindless entertainment while discussing the often overlooked life of author/civil rights activist, Coretta Scott King (part 1) and the unknown life of Civil War surgeon/vet, Mary Edwards Walker.
In this episode, the ladies discuss the comedy in bad baking skills, marvel at the unbelievable life of Ethel Rosenberg and wonder at the hype around author and organizing guru, Marie Kondo.
In this episode, the ladies gush about the lighting in "If Beale Street Could Talk;" explore the life of first First Lady, Martha Washington and marvel at the career of the first female doctor of dentistry, Lucy Hobbs Taylor.
In this episode, the ladies talk "white savior" movies, the remarkable life of Elizabeth Smith Friedman and the courageous life of Ona Judge.
In this episode, the ladies talk some of their favorite Notorious Women of the past year, as well as, what they are looking forward to in 2019. Happy New Year!!!
In the episode, the ladies are back with a new episode to discuss passion for coffee, the work of actor/director, Sondra Locke and the life of writer, feminist and revolutionary, Qiu Jin.
In this episode, the ladies revisit Episode #1 where they discuss Hannah Mary Tabbs and Clara Pilates. Plus, a story from Miriam's awesome husband, Sal, about his favorite Notorious Women.
In this episode, the ladies chat about "Instagram Boyfriends," the poet and playwright, Aphra Behn and suspected Salem witch, Tituba.
In this episode, the ladies talk women striving to be their "authentic" selves; the unbelievable crime of teen temptress, Erin Caffey and the unbelievable assertions of Republican pundit, Kellyanne Conway.
In this episode, Lavetta is joined by guest co-host, Rebecca Zahler, to discuss basic men and being a bad feminist as they get into the lives of convicted killer, Jodi Arias and notorious mistress-turned-wife, Camilla Parker Bowles.
In this episode, the ladies talk hilarious Thanksgiving crimes, family stabbings and possibly the first female serial killer in America, Lavinia Fisher.
In this episode, the ladies talk the benefits of feel good "coffee mug" tv shows, the extraordinary life of astronomer, Cecilia Payne-Gaposchkin and the polarizing life of the notorious "tot mom," Casey Anthony.
In this special episode, Lavetta is joined by one of her favorite co-host, podcaster and writer, Rosalind Jackson from WordyGirl Entertainment, to laugh and discuss 10 Notorious Women reasons to vote in the midterms on Nov. 6.