Claim Ownership

Author:

Subscribed: 0Played: 0
Share

Description

 Episodes
Reverse
The pop culture coverage of the July 1989 issue gets into a lot of different areas. The breakup of Johnny Depp's latest engagement? An offensive Guns N' Roses song? Censorship? A surprising amount of Ken Ober? What Now goes there! We also get reviews of Say Anything..., Road House, Boy George, and Julian Lennon, among many others. One To Watch tells us about Alex Désert, yet another young actor with a perfectly respectable character-actor career ahead of him. Our features tell us about Robert Downey Jr. (in his second profile in the magazine) and reggae (uh oh, Pam). But what you may remember best about this episode is that it takes you to melon camp -- you're welcome and/or sorry.Visual Aids🖼 View scans from the magazine in this episode's Visual AidsCall The Hotline☎️ Leave your questions, comments and Sassy stories on the hotline at 720-SASSY-GOContact Us🐦 @ListenToSassy on Twitter📷 @ListenToSassy on Instagram🧑‍💻 Visit our website ListenToSassy.comEpisode Notes🗒 Full episode notes and lots of content links can be found on this episode's page on our site See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
You’re not going to believe this, but the first feature of the July 1989 issue — about getting through vacations with your family — is not extremely depressing; it’s merely somewhat worrisome if you read between the lines about maintaining harmony amongst everyone on the trip. In fact, there’s hopefulness in all the features, which also include a visit to Navajo and Hopi girls on an Arizona reservation, and theories on why guys might say “no” to you. We also read the first- and second-place finishers in Sassy’s first fiction contest; learn…very little about Las Vegas; find out how much importance Michael Stipe ascribes to every interaction Michael Stipe has ever had with every woman he’s ever met; and lots more — makes perfect listening for gazing at the Grand Canyon with your dad!Visual Aids🖼 View scans from the magazine in this episode's Visual AidsCall The Hotline☎️ Leave your questions, comments and Sassy stories on the hotline at 720-SASSY-GOContact Us🐦 @ListenToSassy on Twitter📷 @ListenToSassy on Instagram🧑‍💻 Visit our website ListenToSassy.comEpisode Notes🗒 Full episode notes can be found on this episode's page on our site See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Listen To Sassy is changing from a weekly podcast to an every-other-weekly podcast; let us tell you why. (And also tell you we love you.)Visual Aids🖼 View scans from the magazine in this episode's Visual AidsCall The Hotline☎️ Leave your questions, comments and Sassy stories on the hotline at 720-SASSY-GOContact Us🐦 @ListenToSassy on Twitter📷 @ListenToSassy on Instagram🧑‍💻 Visit our website ListenToSassy.comEpisode Notes🗒 Full episode notes can be found on this episode's page on our site✨ Sparkella, soon to be adapted by Pam and author Channing Tatum See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
It's one thing to test your TV trivia IQ today, when there are hundreds of networks and dozens of streaming platforms. It's quite another to test how well you can recall TV trivia that, at its most recent, is 33 years old -- but your co-hosts bravely attempt it with the June 1989 quiz, Rate Your TV Trivia IQ. (Which of us got a perfect score? The answer won't surprise you.) Then it's on to your latest voicemails, which run the gamut from tales of high school employment, good and bad; beloved YA novel series of yesteryear; one particularly memorable Chicagoland Batman fanatic; and more! Grab yourself some Taco Bell (...or don't), and join us!Call The Hotline☎️ Leave your questions, comments and Sassy stories on the hotline at 720-SASSY-GOContact Us🐦 @ListenToSassy on Twitter📷 @ListenToSassy on Instagram🧑‍💻 Visit our website ListenToSassy.comEpisode Notes🗒 Full episode notes can be found on this episode's page on our site📺 The June 1989 quiz: Rate Your TV Trivia IQ⏱ The 60 Minutes story "Get Me The Geeks" at CBSNews.com👔 Tara's Pablo Schreiber interview at GQ.com👩‍👧 Pam's op-ed "My mother, the stealth feminist" at LATimes.com🎟 Buy tickets to watch Pam judge Literary Death Match at Dynasty Typewriter on Sunday, May 22 See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Summer movie season is just around the corner, so for our latest special episode, we're traveling back 33 years to recall the summer movie season of 1989. We've collected a bunch of TV spots from that year's movie hits (and misses) and are sharing our memories of what we rushed out to see that June, July, and August...or what we just possibly happened to be on for a $2 Tuesday when we needed to soak up some air conditioning. Join us, won't you?Call The Hotline☎️ Leave your questions, comments and Sassy stories on the hotline at 720-SASSY-GOContact Us🐦 @ListenToSassy on Twitter📷 @ListenToSassy on Instagram🧑‍💻 Visit our website ListenToSassy.comEpisode Notes🗒 Full episode notes can be found on this episode's page on our site👴🏻 Sharold Pennyworth lives. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Want to dress like a John Waters protagonist, but only half the time? Risk abuse in a Muslim-majority country by flouting their standards of modest dress? Find a new way to confound your loved ones with bloomers? Give yourself a migraine with wildly complicated braids? The June 1989 issue is here for you! Our podcast on its fashion (etc.) also covers whether navy is basic; how young the cover model is; the absolute worst photo ever used for a contest ad; and much much more! Take a break from tracing the Bold Hold logo onto a drug store receipt and join us!Visual Aids🖼 View scans from the magazine in this episode's Visual AidsCall The Hotline☎️ Leave your questions, comments and Sassy stories on the hotline at 720-SASSY-GOContact Us🐦 @ListenToSassy on Twitter📷 @ListenToSassy on Instagram🧑‍💻 Visit our website ListenToSassy.comEpisode Notes🗒 Full episode notes can be found on this episode's page on our site💻 Torkil Gudnason's website📷 Torkil Gudnason on Instagram🔎 The Lost Daughter on Netflix🗣 Tara's Dagmara Domińczyk's interview at VanityFair.com See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Have you ever wanted to: know what's in a lava lamp? Get Sassy to approve of your taste in music? Find out where Karen and Tiffany stand one year after the disaster that was Karen's attempted profile? What Now covers all of this and more. Watch It reviews The Dream Team and Troop Beverly Hills (among others), but which is the Hit and which is the Bomb? The answer may surprise you! Opinions are split on Hugo Largo's second (and apparently final) album Mettle, while Cowboy Junkies' breakout album The Trinity Session is rightly fêted. One To Watch gets it right once more with a profile of a 21-year-old pre-When Harry Met Sally Harry Connick Jr. Then it's on to the features: Sing star Peter Dobson impresses Catherine; Christina remains unimpressed by Anthrax. Plop down with a bag of M&Ms and join us!Visual Aids🖼 View scans from the magazine in this episode's Visual AidsCall The Hotline☎️ Leave your questions, comments and Sassy stories on the hotline at 720-SASSY-GOContact Us🐦 @ListenToSassy on Twitter📷 @ListenToSassy on Instagram🧑‍💻 Visit our website ListenToSassy.comEpisode Notes🗒 Full episode notes can be found on this episode's page on our site🐢 Hugo Largo's Mettle on YouTube💊 "What if a man takes birth control pills?" on HowStuffWorks.com📝 "A Note From George Tobin" on Tiffany.org🌴 Palm Beach Prep on CliqueyPizza.Wordpress.com🤪 The Dream Team trailer on YouTube💿 Hugo Largo's Mettle on Wikipedia🧧 Royal Court Of China on TrouserPress.com🎧 The June 1989 Mixtape on Apple Music🎶 Sing (1989) on YouTube📻 Anthrax [starting at 15:03] in NewsRadio S02.E08: "The Negotiation"🪆 Tara's review of Russian Doll S02 at VanityFair.com See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
The June 1989 issue starts with a downbeat feature to end all downbeat features: first-person accounts from survivors of incestuous child abuse. Fortunately, the rest of the issue keeps it light: Karen tells you how to land a summer job; Christina profiles young-adult activists; all the female staffers discuss where the best guys come from. Outside the features, there's blisters, butt pimples, London slang, guys' views on feminists, a Hall Of Fame Stuff You Wrote submission, and so much more! Sit your pimply butt down and listen!Visual Aids🖼 View scans from the magazine in this episode's Visual AidsCall The Hotline☎️ Leave your questions, comments and Sassy stories on the hotline at 720-SASSY-GOContact Us🐦 @ListenToSassy on Twitter📷 @ListenToSassy on Instagram🧑‍💻 Visit our website ListenToSassy.comEpisode Notes🗒 Full episode notes can be found on this episode's page on our site🫠 "It's not just about sex: How to talk to young kids about consent, and why it matters" at The Washington Post🖊 "Writing to Heal: Therapeutic Uses of Creative Writing by Adult Survivors of Incest" at SpringerLink 🎙 "A Conversation With Karen Catchpole" at Travel Writing 2.0📃 Karen Catchpole at Contently👩🏻‍🍳 WSIB "Top Chef" PSA on YouTube👁 Eye Shrapnel PSA on YouTube🏰 Eviction Defense Collaborative☹️ "Why teen depression rates are rising faster for girls than boys" at TheConversation.com🧒🏼 "Mental health data shows stark difference between girls and boys" at The Guardian🎉 "Hooray Henry" on Wikipedia🏹 "Sloane Ranger" on Wikipedia🎊 Festival d'Annecy📺 The June 1989 quiz: Rate Your TV Trivia IQ See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Have you ever wanted to know how susceptible you may be to possibly developing an addiction to...anything? The May 1989 quiz -- Rate Your Addictability -- claims to tell you how worried you should be about it, but we think it just might be too vague. As always, it's a joy to move on to your latest voicemails on such subjects as supporting your local abortion providers; which hair metal bands were buying novelty vehicles in the late '80s, and from whom; how you developed the habit of sleeping on your back; and so much more. Don't be concerned if you have picked up an addiction to this podcast: it definitely can be habit-forming, but what's the downside?Call The Hotline☎️ Leave your questions, comments and Sassy stories on the hotline at 720-SASSY-GOContact Us🐦 @ListenToSassy on Twitter📷 @ListenToSassy on Instagram🧑‍💻 Visit our website ListenToSassy.comEpisode Notes🗒 Full episode notes can be found on this episode's page on our site*😵‍💫 The May 1989 quiz: Rate Your Addictability💵 The National Network Of Abortion Funds💵 Yellowhammer Fund💵 Northwest Abortion Action Fund☎️ The Listen To Sassy Hotline in your browser See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Let's just say it's a May tradition to do a spread on day-glo swimsuits and a spread on white garments, because we got both of those in the May 1988 issue, and here they are again! There's also a spread that's reggae in fashion form, lessons on how to use blush, and tips to reduce stress -- or at least its effect on your looks -- that have not all aged particularly well. We go in on denim styles and ad layout mistakes, debate whether hair brushing is right for everyone, and educate Dave about split ends. All this and more in our latest Fashion (Etc.) episode!Visual Aids🖼 View scans from the magazine in this episode's Visual AidsCall The Hotline☎️ Leave your questions, comments and Sassy stories on the hotline at 720-SASSY-GOContact Us🐦 @ListenToSassy on Twitter📷 @ListenToSassy on Instagram🧑‍💻 Visit our website ListenToSassy.comEpisode Notes🗒 Full episode notes can be found on this episode's page on our site*🩱 Swimsuit on Tubi👗 Amanda Deane on Bellazon⭐️ Amanda Deane on StarNow☮️ Peace Out Acne Dots🗿 Jade Stone Massage👖 Switch USA denim on eBay🔗 Mary Kaye Schilling on LinkedIn😡 "Report: Memphis Has Most Hate Groups In Tennessee" on MemphisFlyer.com See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
The full complement of pop culture coverage returns for Sassy's May 1989 issue, PHEW. Following a What Now full of shrug items that read a lot like placeholders (what fell out?!), we're on to a very effusive Watch It, featuring Chances Are in the HIT slot and four-star reviews for Sing (not the one with animated animals) and Heathers. Listen Up vibes with Robyn Hitchcock and Elvis Costello's latest, Spike, but not even resident headbanger Laura could get on board with Skid Row's self-titled album. Matthew Sweet is our One To Watch, and then we close up with a profile of a very buttoned-up Debbie "Deborah" Gibson, and a set visit to a video remake (?) by Breathe. No need to raise your Hands To Heaven and pray for it: our latest episode is right here!Visual Aids🖼 View scans from the magazine in this episode's Visual AidsCall The Hotline☎️ Leave your questions, comments and Sassy stories on the hotline at 720-SASSY-GOContact Us🐦 @ListenToSassy on Twitter📷 @ListenToSassy on Instagram🧑‍💻 Visit our website ListenToSassy.comEpisode Notes🗒 Full episode notes can be found on this episode's page on our site See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
We're opening up a brand-new issue and discussing its Teen Life topics! What's it like to be a competitive weightlifter who is also female? Which camp should you go to...next year, since if you're reading recommendations in May it's too late for this summer? Do guys REALLY only want sex? And what kind of slang are they busting out in Boulder? All this and much more in our latest podcast -- the perfect soundtrack to your next shoplifting trip!Visual Aids🖼 View scans from the magazine in this episode's Visual AidsCall The Hotline☎️ Leave your questions, comments and Sassy stories on the hotline at 720-SASSY-GOContact Us🐦 @ListenToSassy on Twitter📷 @ListenToSassy on Instagram🧑‍💻 Visit our website ListenToSassy.comEpisode Notes🗒 Full episode notes can be found on this episode's page on our site*🏋️‍♀️ Vikki Meads (now Vicky Meads Tackett) on Instagram💪 "What is a Muscle Belly exactly?" at SculptUrself.weebly.com🚪 Notable alumni of Stagedoor Manor💧 "Effectiveness of eye drops protective against ultraviolet radiation" at the NIH's National Library Of Medicine🕶 Liquid Sunglasses👀 Drop Defense🦷 "How My Dentist Taught Me That I Am a New Yorker" at The Cut💸 "The Steal: The Urgent Need to Combat Wage Theft in Retail" at Demos.org💨 Wind Machine at ColoMusic.org🎺 WindMachine.com See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
As poorly qualified as I am to uplift individuals and communities on a global scale to prescribe a course of action, I hope you will bear with me while I begin this sincere and earnest attempt. And please don’t get mad with me if, in doing so, I must rail against the pseudoscience that attempts—and continually fails—to prove that it is Major American Corporate Conglomerates’s moral imperative to sell us into a lifetime of servitude. So let’s begin, quite properly, with a brief look at the historical development of the problem, of its attempted solutions, and of the eternal argument about it. The overweening blathering of a furciferous, warped undesirable is more like it. In fact, as far as Major American Corporate Conglomerates is concerned, facts and evidence are subordinate to, and mediated by, a discourse. There are no right or wrong answers, just competitive discourses. If that’s the case, then perhaps Major American Corporate Conglomerates would like to explain why it disbelieves that if I try really, really hard, I can almost see why it would want to snuff out the last embers of courageousness burning within us.Call The Hotline☎️ Leave your questions, comments and Sassy stories on the hotline at 720-SASSY-GOContact Us🐦 @ListenToSassy on Twitter📷 @ListenToSassy on Instagram🧑‍💻 Visit our website ListenToSassy.comEpisode Notes🗒 Full episode notes can be found on this episode's page on our site🍄 Airwick Magic Mushroom ad on History's Dumpster.🟡 Little. Yellow. Different. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Declining to submit ourselves to the literal vocabulary quiz in the April 1989 issue of Seventeen, we launch straight into your calls. What is it like indoctrinating your kids into They Might Be Giants fandom? What were the smart kids called at your school? How does Dave make flavored powder stick to his popcorn? And what call prompts a deep dive on colored toilet paper? Listen to our latest Slumber Party episode, where all these questions (and more) will be answered!Call The Hotline☎️ Leave your questions, comments and Sassy stories on the hotline at 720-SASSY-GOContact Us🐦 @ListenToSassy on Twitter📷 @ListenToSassy on Instagram🧑‍💻 Visit our website ListenToSassy.comEpisode Notes🗒 Full episode notes can be found on this episode's page on our site*🍇 Malt Vinegar Powder on Amazon🍞 Frontier Co-op Dill & Vinegar Nutritional Yeast🧻 "What Ever Happened To Colored Toilet Paper?" at ApartmentTherapy.com🙋‍♀️ SXSW Festival Online Registration🍆 My Year Of Dicks at SWSW* These are canonical links to our website that will not work until this episode goes live for non-club members. For VAs please see the PDF scans or the temporary VA courtesy post. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
It's a slimmed-down Fashion (etc.) issue this month, but we still find plenty to yell about in the features. Why aren't any of the photos in "Going Fast" in focus? What is aspirational about a swimsuit shoot in a swamp? Who are they trying to kid with this friggin' hat story? All this plus a bunch of new ads, a deep dive on Sassy Club and much much more in our latest episode!Visual Aids🖼 View scans from the magazine in this episode's Visual AidsCall The Hotline☎️ Leave your questions, comments and Sassy stories on the hotline at 720-SASSY-GOContact Us🐦 @ListenToSassy on Twitter📷 @ListenToSassy on Instagram🧑‍💻 Visit our website ListenToSassy.comEpisode Notes🗒 Full episode notes can be found on this episode's page on our site*🍽 The Hunger Project😖 The "public criticism" tab on The Hunger Project's Wikipedia page🦷 "Vintage 1985 Plax Dental Rinse Mouthwash Plastic bottle with old contents htf" on eBay🎙 Tara's interview with Adam Scott on GQ.com🍆 MyYearOfDicks.com See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Pop culture offerings are slimmed down this month -- everyone was tired after the big anniversary issue, perhaps! -- but there's still lots of What Now to discuss, from the death of Acid House to the Brady ladies to Axl Rose's tresses, and...everything in between? A remarkably effusive Watch It delivers four-star reviews to the likes of Criminal Law, The Return Of Swamp Thing, and Big Man On Campus, but no love for Earth Girls Are Easy. Opinions are divided on Listen Up's Hit (They Might Be Giants) and Bomb (Tiffany's sophomore album). And Pam tries to keep it together through our lone pop culture profile, of her one-time crush Peter DeLuise. Pause Electric Youth (just for now) and join us!Visual Aids🖼 View scans from the magazine in this episode's Visual AidsCall The Hotline☎️ Leave your questions, comments and Sassy stories on the hotline at 720-SASSY-GOContact Us🐦 @ListenToSassy on Twitter📷 @ListenToSassy on Instagram🧑‍💻 Visit our website ListenToSassy.comEpisode Notes🗒 Full episode notes can be found on this episode's page on our site*🥀 (W.) Axl Rose's first Rolling Stone cover, in August 1989🌹 Rose's 1992 Rolling Stone cover🥤 "Pepsi Cancels Madonna Ad" at NYTimes.com🏃‍♀️ Dawn: Portrait of a Teenage Runaway on YouTube🌉 The Night The Bridge Fell Down on YouTube🕺 "Supreme Court Lets Stand a Missouri Town's Ban on School Dances" at NYTimes.com🎸 Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure on HBO Max👨🏻‍⚖️ Criminal Law on Tubi🥗 The Return Of Swamp Thing on Tubi🏫 Big Man On Campus at IMDbTV🎞 "Bob Maloogaloogaloogaloogalooga" scene from Big Man On Campus, on YouTube See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
The April 1989 issue is a little stripped-down -- no fiction, no quiz -- but still gives us lots to chew on. Catherine's profile of Andi, a teen addict, left us with a lot of questions. Laura Norton heads to a Yonkers high school to get close to its cliques. Christina and Jane's trip to spring break in Daytona Beach might not have gone into enough detail on a vacation that sounds like our worst nightmare. Body Talk leads us to our new favorite Las Vegas journalist. And there's also much to learn in Help, What He Said about dating a buddy's girlfriend, and a full page of Stuff You Wrote magic. We're not Cools, but we hope you hang out with us anyway.Visual Aids🖼 View scans from the magazine in this episode's Visual AidsCall The Hotline☎️ Leave your questions, comments and Sassy stories on the hotline at 720-SASSY-GOContact Us🐦 @ListenToSassy on Twitter📷 @ListenToSassy on Instagram🧑‍💻 Visit our website ListenToSassy.comEpisode Notes🗒 Full episode notes can be found on this episode's page on our site*🐶 "The Life, Death, and Resurrection of Spuds MacKenzie, The Original Party Animal" at MentalFloss.com🪦 "Spuds MacKenzie is dead" at UPI.com👙 "Up Close With Jack Penrod As He Expands His Famed Nikki Beach Clubs And Resorts Worldwide" at Forbes.com🚗 "Driving on the Beach" at DaytonaBeach.com🏜 "Memories of spring break, circa 1980s" at DesertSun.com😵 "The Death of Spring Break" at PalmSpringsLife.com🔍 "Solving the Mystery of Dyslexia" at Living-Las-Vegas.com🎰 Diane Taylor's Living Las Vegas author page🎈 "Hey, I Just Had a Birthday!" by Diane Taylor at Living-Las-Vegas.com😻 Dr. Regina DeLorenzo at Mays Landing Veterinary Hospital🗓 My Year Of Dicks at the South By Southwest Festival See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
The March 1989 issue's quiz invited us to Rate [Our] Social Style, so we did -- and we were all a bit dismayed by the results that came back. Then we get to your latest calls, which run the usual gamut from adding on to previous callers' remarks, sharing hilarious high school memories, and uninhibited musings (thanks, NyQuil)! We love all of you, and we hope you love our latest roundup!Call The Hotline☎️ Leave your questions, comments and Sassy stories on the hotline at 720-SASSY-GOContact Us🐦 @ListenToSassy on Twitter📷 @ListenToSassy on Instagram🧑‍💻 Visit our website ListenToSassy.comEpisode Notes🗒 Full episode notes can be found on this episode's page on our site🔥 Extra Hot Great 392: Taking Out The Trash With Pam & Tommy🥁 Tara's Pam & Tommy recaps at her author page on Decider.com See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Your prom is going to be here before you know it, so the March issues of every magazine marketed to teen girls is going to be full of dress inspiration, and Sassy is no exception. But how effective is "Photo Finish" at making its looks seem aspirational? We've got critiques! The issue also tells you how to dress for pool (as in snooker), which blouses will look best with your underwear (???), how to protect your eyes, how a model spends her day, what you should sew on your perfectly good clothes NOW, and so much more!Visual Aids🖼 View scans from the magazine in this episode's Visual Aids*Call The Hotline☎️ Leave your questions, comments and Sassy stories on the hotline at 720-SASSY-GOContact Us🐦 @ListenToSassy on Twitter📷 @ListenToSassy on Instagram🧑‍💻 Visit our website ListenToSassy.comEpisode Notes🗒 Full episode notes can be found on this episode's page on our site*🥣 Travel Pet Bowl on Etsy🦵 Epilady at Macys.com👃 Paint SCENTsations at Sherwin-Williams.com🐫 Camelview Plaza at DeadMalls.com🤷‍♀️ "Chief Resigns From Matilda" at NYTimes.com📉 "CEO Resigns From Company That Publishes Ms., Sassy Magazines" at APNews.com🙋‍♀️ "Profile: Sandra Yates" at The Sydney Morning Herald🚨 Sandra Yates at ClaxtonSpeakers.com💸 "Private Schools In City To Increase Tuition 10%" at NYTimes.com🤑 Tuition And Financial Aid at Dalton🎉 Tara's interview with Anthony King, writer on The Afterparty, at Decider.com* These are canonical links to our website that will not work until this episode goes live for non-club members. For VAs please see the PDF scans or the temporary VA courtesy post. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
If there's one thread that runs through nearly all the pop cultural coverage of the March 1989 issue, it's writers acting like preparation is for nerds. Christina admits in a What Now item that she assumed U2 was an inspiration for The Go-Betweens when it was actually the other way around. Neill reviews Rain Man without knowing anything about it. Christina jumps in on the Nightmare On Elm Street franchise with its fourth installment. And Neill ends up with so little material for his Christina Applegate Q&A that he has to leave in "How are you?" -- yes, really. At least Eric Stoltz mixes things up by acting totally unprepared for the experience of getting interviewed, and comes off like a real turd. We discuss all of this in our latest podcast, for which -- if anything -- we might have OVERprepared.Visual Aids🖼 View scans from the magazine in this episode's Visual AidsCall The Hotline☎️ Leave your questions, comments and Sassy stories on the hotline at 720-SASSY-GOContact Us🐦 @ListenToSassy on Twitter📷 @ListenToSassy on Instagram🧑‍💻 Visit our website ListenToSassy.comEpisode Notes🗒 Full episode notes can be found on this episode's page on our site📷 Elizabeth Mosier on Instagram☔️ Rain Man on Netflix🎧 The March 1989 mixtape on Spotify📺 "TV Review; Eudora Welty's 'Wide Net'" at NYTimes.com😇 Naked Angels theatre company🎉 "For Naked Angels, the Party's Over. Time to Get Serious Again." at NYTimes.com💁🏻‍♂️ Tim Ransom's page at his agency, Clear Talent Group🎞 Some Kind Of Wonderful on Hulu👻 Haunted Summer on YouTube💥 Manifesto trailer (NSFW) on YouTube👨‍👩‍👧‍👦 Married...With Children on Hulu🐦 Christina Applegate on Twitter😵 Dead To Me on Netflix See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Comments 
Download from Google Play
Download from App Store