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Throwing Shade: South Carolina Lesbians & Guest Betty Who

Bryan and Erin discuss the South Carolina college student whose satirical one-woman show, “How to Be a Lesbian in 10 Days,” tricked politicians into thinking it was an actual lesbian-recruitment effort. Plus, Betty Who stops by to chat, be charming, and blow the doors off the studio with an amazing acoustic rendition of her hit song, “Somebody Loves You.”

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Throwing Shade: Baseball Daddies and Sandra Fluke 

Bryan and Erin sit down with reproductive-rights defender, Rush Limbaugh adversary, and California State Senate candidate Sandra Fluke for a very unique interview.

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And what’s this now? The full podcast episode? Fantastic.

throwingshadepodcast:

Shade thrown.

Watch the Throwing Shade web series here!

And what’s this now? The full podcast episode? Fantastic.

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Throwing Shade: Earthquakes and Susan Orlean

Author Susan Orlean drops by to talk about outsmarting dinosaurs, French-braiding herself, and her secret life as a stunt coordinator.

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Throwing Shade: Tatum O’Neal & Hobby Lobby

Legendary Oscar-winner Tatum O’Neal joins Bryan and Erin to dish on John McEnroe, Anna Paquin, and how she and Michael Jackson went to a Commodores concert in disguise. Also, Bryan gives Erin the most perfect birthday present ever.

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Throwing Shade: St. Patrick’s Day and Tampons

Fresh off their trip to SXSW in their home state of Texas, Bryan and Erin are ready to tackle the important issues: insane sex laws, anti-gay St. Patrick’s Day parades, how Tampax Pearls are made, and something called macaroni and cheese soup.

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Throwing Shade: Jurassic Park and Bitchy Emails

Bryan and Erin brave the freezing 60-degree L.A. winter chit-chatting about Jurassic Park becoming a reality, Kelly Blazek’s epic email takedowns of Cleveland job seekers, and a new study claiming homophobes die sooner. 

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