Being treated, GUNS, GUN VIOLENCE, PARKLAND SCHOOL SHOOTING, Dying Children, Murdered Children, Hanging onto the Matzah, and there’s Gefilte Fish & then there’s Gefilte Fish. Also: Hosting A Seder, Olympics, Wardrobe Malfunctions, Gay Skaters, The Pit Lockdown™, Ukranians and their Costumes, and nothing like a Puu Puu Platter. Plus: Disobedience, Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri, Wonder Woman and Time to go to bed.
How to notice the change in seasons, Michael is Sad, the Old People’s Show, Medical Marijuana and Ted Ligety’s Dad Cops A Celebratory Feel. Also: How to settle the Tonya Harding/Nancy Kerrigan question once and for all, The Anne Levine Show Cape Cod Menu Rewrite Contest, News From the Dunes™ and a Fiasco.
Get your non-stop AS IT HAPPENS coverage of the 30th Olympiad, hosted by the very British city of London. Anne and Michael provide play by play announcements and commentary on many of their favorite Olympic events, including Trampoline, Doubles Table Tennis and Dressage. Also: In-depth analysis of the United States Women’s Gymnastics Team, their all-around Gold Medalist Gabby “Flying Squirrel” (Johnson) Douglas and their fashion statement, Ryan Latke’s Grill and German Gymnast’s beards (or merkins). PLUS: Web Therapy, The Bird Report™ and News From the Dunes™.
Songs include: Jerusalem
Anne and Michael discuss the recent Purim celebration (including how the Rabbi dressed up for it) and how Lady GaGa joined the festivities. Also, we go over our opinions on the Vancouver Olympics and the potentially fatal nature of winter sports. Plus, Harry Potter stands up for gay teens, hanging out with incomprehensible friends, another of the many reasons to avoid Alabama, things made in China, watching scary movies for $10,000, what’s up with the Oscars, animals and glorified swimming pools and the weirdness that is Bindi. Included is a news story on how the 911 system killed a guy.
Songs included: Pata Pata, Bad Romance and Jai Ho.
After a week off, Anne and Michael discuss Purim (coming soon), Anne’s new hair cut, what happened to Chekov’s kid and the 2010 Vancouver Olympics, including the fashion-forwardness of skater Johnny Weir. Also covered in detail are the future of Alexander McQueen’s clothing line, how many hours it takes to be a “hero”, CPAC and the terror that is the resurgence of the John Birch Society. Plus, “broken” government, comedian John DiCrosta and Eartha Kitt is alive!
Songs included are: Hallelujah and My Heart Belongs to Daddy.