Beat the heat with the Oracles as they take a look at some classic ice cream truck treats
History is full of great figures who’ve made an impact on the lives of people, and public parks are full of statues made to honor them.
While some of these heroic figures have earned their monuments through acts of great bravery, others simply pretended to jump over a shark on TV. Today, we’ll be discussing the latter.
Once in a lifetime something truly original is made by combining existing clips from a Japanese TV show with new footage of attractive people doing high kicks. When that happens, the only thing to do is copy it as many times as possible in as many ways as possible in ways that just might make a child pay attention.
Sit back and join the Oracles as they dig into some of the more interesting attempts to cash in on the earning power of the Power Rangers.
You know Frosty, and Rudolph, and A Claymation Christmas. The Miser Bros, Charlie Brown, and of the Grinch’s plan that was vicious. But do you recall, some of the least famous Christmas specials of all?
No? Well don’t cry or pout, the Oracles are here to share their takes on some of the best, and worst Holiday Specials that time nearly forgot.
Did you go a little hard on the turkey and potatoes this Thanksgiving? Looking to shed some of that holiday weight and willing to take all of the joy out of your life? Well then why don’t sit back and join the Oracles as they take a crack at organizing some unique celebrity diets.
If you’re interested in learning more, and supporting the podcast, check out Rebecca Harrington’s Book, “I'll Have What She's Having: My Adventures in Celebrity Dieting” here: https://amzn.to/2DWxOdM
What do Mindy Kaling, Jaclyn Smith, and Liam Kyle Sullivan all have in common? Basically nothing, beyond leaving an indelible mark on pop culture byway of characters named Kelly. Oracle Kelly (who maintains her Kellyness full-time with grace and wit) has challenged Mary and Andrew’s categorizing prowess with a list of fictional Kellys, and they get in the weeds brainstorming new installments of Dick Wolf's Chicago franchise.