In this episode, the ladies chat about how to stay productive with Candy Crush on your phone before they dive into the extraordinary life of drag king, Annie Hindel and the notorious details surrounding accused American killer, Amanda Knox, in Italy.
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.
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 welcomes guest co-host, writer and podcaster, Rosalind Jackson into the "She Shed" to discuss First Lady, Melanie Trump and Debra Denise Brown, one of the few female convicted serial killers in America.
In this episode, the ladies bond on their love of Reno 911; gush over the work of pioneer animator, Lotte Reiniger and marvel at the ambition of "Pom Pom Mom," Wanda Holloway.
In this episode, the ladies do some "truth-telling" about the sweetness of children, the merits of Monica Lewinsky in the #MeToo movement and tell a cautionary tale of glamorous socialite, Barbara Daly Baekeland.
In this episode, the ladies discuss the joys of pop music, the antics of the outlaw, Laura Bullion, and the bloodlust of the cult leader, Magdalena Solis.
In this episode, the ladies cheer on the resiliency of notorious battered wife, Francine Hughes and get excited (Lavetta especially) about the rampage of Afghani serial killer, Shirin Gul.
In this episode, Lavetta and Miriam chat with actor, writer and improviser, Julie Brister about her journey from a small town in Texas, rubbing shoulders with Billy Bob Thornton and, of course, her favorite notorious woman, killer Sante Kimes.
In this episode, the ladies laugh at "hot guy whispering" on 90s and 00s tv, marvel at teenage jealousy that led to the murder of Missy Avila and question the sainthood of Mother Teresa.
In this episode, the ladies discuss the fun, yet very "un-woke" messages in "Grease," the sweet innocence of Evelyn Nesbit and the remarkable resiliency of Alice Lindy Chamberlain.
In this episode, the ladies chat about running pioneer Julia Chase Brand, Japanese murderess Junko Ogata and wonder if it's possible for a penis to be dipped in gold AND diamonds. Plus, a Notorious Tale from friend and listener, Brandon Johnson.