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Ah, the Holiday SeasonTM. A time for peace on earth, good will towards men — OR IS IT? Listeners sent Maya and Rebecca on a quest to ruin the very notion of “the Season”, but will they end up discovering the true magic of Christmas instead? Not without uncovering connections between Joe Manchin, Kat Von D, Saturnalia, the labor struggle, and holida…
 
In light of the Supreme Court signaling the imminent collapse of abortion rights across the country, we wanted to share an early episode about abortion in popular culture. We interview two brilliant experts, Dr. Gretchen Sisson, who researches abortion portrayals in media at UCSF, and Jessica Mason Pieklo, journalist, lawyer, and Senior Vice Presid…
 
Welcome to Anti-Woke University! Rebecca and Maya break down The University of Austin Texas, a new school founded by a cadre of the Self-Identified Cancelled, & their attendant bullshit rhetorical moves around ideas of academic freedom and open discourse.โดย Maya Gurantz & Rebecca Cohen
 
Rebecca and Maya get into Succession, HBO’s dramedy about rich people being horrible. We break down the tension between its prestige glossiness and cringey dark comedy, discuss American fascination with TV shows about the aristocracy, and disagree over whether it’s possible to be a fan of this show without ultimately sympathizing for these monsters…
 
Introducing Sauce Classics! Secret tapes were just released of how the NRA were strategizing their future after the Columbine shooting. So we’re returning to our episode about gun culture: exploring how the gun industry created a culture of fascination and romance around their products, and how the gun lobby in turn used that to inform pro-gun prop…
 
The tile! The woodwork! The acreage! Sure, you’ll move to upper Michigan! You can like, farm, right? Rebecca and Maya look the wildly popular Instagram account (and new HGTV show) Cheap Old Houses and break apart the economic and historical factors underneath this specific fantasy of home ownership in small rural towns.…
 
Graphic novelist (& long-time listener!) Nick Anderson comes on to get real about autism. We break down popular misconceptions of autism, assess pop cultural characters who are “on the spectrum” in ways both coded and explicit, what the metaphor of “the spectrum” misses about neurodiversity anyway, and what media does “click” with autists and why.…
 
We all feel some kind of way about Bennifer & John Mulaney & Steve from Blues Clues & Michael K Williams & and there’s a word for that: the Parasocial, a concept that is suddenly EVERYWHERE. What is it about our intimate emotional connections to famous people who will never know our names? Is it bad for us? How does parasociality connect with #MeTo…
 
What else is missing in the public conversation about #GabbyPetito? @GynoStar and @mayagurantz reveal a strange confluence between histories of imperiled white women, the recent rise of true crime media, and vigilante ambitions of online amateur sleuths.โดย Maya Gurantz & Rebecca Cohen
 
Britney Spears! How did this multi-million dollar generating superstar quietly lose her legal rights as an adult? Why did it take the public so long to recognize this was a problem? Maya and Rebecca dive into Britney’s past and present to shed light on her bizarre legal situation, the #freebritney movement, and what happens when … Continue reading …
 
Rebecca has decided Maya needs to watch all the Marvel movies–in a specific order of her choosing! This will be an ongoing series of mini-sodes for our $5 and up patrons, but we thought we’d share the first one–about Iron Man–with everyone. We also catch up on COVID and Ivermectin, and recent developments in anti-CRT … Continue reading "Maya Watche…
 
Julia Sweeney ruins the Catholic Church for Maya and Rebecca! The legendary comedian, writer and longtime Sauce patron talks some inside baseball about Pope Francis, Opus Dei, the Knights of Malta, why there are so many damn Catholics on the Supreme Court, and the specifically Catholic reasons Ross Douthat is an idiot.…
 
From Proud Boys staging violent rallies to alternative medicine peddlers spreading disinformation to neocons undermining faith in public health and terrified parents “protecting” their children, anti-vaxxers are everywhere–and they’re driving the current COVID surge. Where have we seen this before? What do we do with these people? Grab a drink, you…
 
Can you name an elite professional athlete that seems…happy? Does toxic masculinity actually improve sports performance–or is it a costly inefficiency? In this episode, we share more fascinating stuff from our conversation with sports writer and former soccer pro Bobby Warshaw–and uncover the connections between Ted Lasso, the Olympics, Andrew Cuom…
 
We continue our deep dive into Critical Race Theory by speaking with an ACTUAL high school ethnic studies teacher! She takes us thru the political minefields (and undeniable benefits) of teaching teens how power works; and the pedagogical nitty gritty of centering marginalized voices while emphasizing critical hope and collective action.…
 
This week, @mayagurantz and @gynostar achieve the impossible: we ruin the almost excruciatingly likable soccer/mental health fairy tale Ted Lasso with help from writer, sports commentator, and ACTUAL FORMER SOCCER PRO Bobby Warshaw. We ask: is it possible to even imagine professional sports without toxic masculinity and sociopathic athletes?…
 
The Queen’s Gambit is the most-watched Netflix series OF ALL TIME, and received almost uniformly, wildly positive reviews. Rebecca and Maya watched it and think it totally sucks, and once we explain why, you’ll never be able to enjoy it ever again. You’re welcome!โดย Maya Gurantz & Rebecca Cohen
 
Critical Race Theory is the right wing’s new bogeyman and we feel personally attacked! As certified members of the Jewish Intellectual Cabal, Rebecca and Maya explain it all for you, dropping into the conservative temper tantrum over the 1619 Project along the way.โดย Maya Gurantz & Rebecca Cohen
 
You know about last year’s smash movie, Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom, based on August Wilson’s classic play. But what about the real Ma Rainey, the actual mother of the Blues, of whom there are only 7 remaining photos? For this Very Special Episode, we are joined by guitar wizard and jazz historian Charlie Apicella, Grammy … Continue reading "Ma Rainey…
 
PLAGUE! We get drunk and talk about The Plague Archives, Maya’s quarantine project on the history of epidemics and outbreaks. We break down what it can help us understand about about the cultural and political performances of the COVID-19 pandemic.โดย Maya Gurantz & Rebecca Cohen
 
Trump is gone, so everything is better now, right?! Our favorite star political commentator Kaitlin Byrd (@gothamgirlblue) returns to review Biden’s first 100 days, the good, the bad, and the ugly. Is Biden really “boring but radical”, per Ted Cruz? Is he copying all of HRC’s moves? We break down what the entire political spectrum … Continue readin…
 
Artist (and longtime Sauce listener!) Marcus Kwame Anderson and writer David F. Walker join us to discuss their gorgeous new book The Black Panther Party: A Graphic Novel History, and get into ways we imagine Blackness, activism, community care, mutual aid, violence, militancy, Panther aesthetics and how shifting cultural portrayals impact how we r…
 
Rebecca and Maya try to make sense of the fabulously bizarre Netflix smash show Cobra Kai. Is it a middle aged nostalgia fest? A dreamy teen soap opera? Ironic? Sincere? Melodrama? We descend into the Miyagi-verse and our childhood memories to figure it out.โดย Maya Gurantz & Rebecca Cohen
 
The release of Allen v Farrow made us realize–somehow we’ve never ruined Woody Allen! Two drunk Jewish girls weren’t enough for this one, so we invited legendary comedy writer Allison Silverman (The Colbert Report, The Daily Show, Portlandia, The Office, The Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt, and Russian Doll) to help us break down Woody’s legacy, how … Co…
 
After decades of mainlining cigars, cheeseburgers, hillbilly heroin and uncut evil, Rush Limbaugh finally died. Rebecca and Maya, your favorite unrepentant feminazis, toast his passing and break down how his 40 year career impacted our culture, American politics, and us.โดย Maya Gurantz & Rebecca Cohen
 
How does Emerald Fennell’s brutal new film Promising Young Woman fulfill–and disrupt–our expectations of a rape revenge story? What itches get scratched by that genre anyway? Are those stories even the right way to understand why this movie is getting so many viewers’ panties in a twist?โดย Maya Gurantz & Rebecca Cohen
 
WW84. Was it a terrible movie? Yes. But was it totally worthless? And why do people think the first one was so great anyway? Is it even possible to get the Wonder Woman movie we deserve? Rebecca and Maya are here to get trashed and parse the Talmudic intricacies of these questions for you!โดย Maya Gurantz & Rebecca Cohen
 
How do we explain the explosion of Bernie memes that poured out of Inauguration week? Is it relief? Despair? And why are they so fucking funny? In our first episode of the post-Trump era, Maya and Rebecca figure out what these tell us about the long road of recovery from our national nightmare.โดย Maya Gurantz & Rebecca Cohen
 
CULTS! PART 2! Rebecca and Maya take an even deeper dive into recent hit NXIVM documentaries, consider cult expert Steven Hassan’s BITE Model of High Control Groups, and what both can teach us about the MAGA CULT. Can Trump’s spell be broken? Was the attack on the Capitol the Trump cult’s Helter Skelter? Or do … Continue reading "Cults, Part 2: The…
 
Rebecca and Maya celebrate the waning hours of 45 by finally talking about CULTS, natch. In this first of a two-parter, we discuss the recent spate of hit cult documentaries (“The Vow” & “Seduced” about NXIVM, “Wild Wild Country”, “Inside Scientology,” etc), how they fulfill all our expectations of cult stories, and dig into how … Continue reading …
 
Ruining Rudolph? Don’t mind if we do! Rebecca and Maya hit the sauce and dive into the annual Yuletide Wall of Sound–racist histories, questionable subtexts, inherent biases, and how the Jewish people wrote all the best ones anyway. Caroling is a super-spreader activity! Stay safer at home and let us ruin it all for you!…
 
You’ve all been waiting for it. Maya and Rebecca finally ruin something you probably love a lot: Grogu, better known as Baby Yoda. We also do a deep dive into a strange photo angle that has been dogging our now-Lame Duck President. What do both things tell us about 2020, and what we need to … Continue reading "Baby Yoda; Trump’s Strange Photo Angle…
 
It’s almost over! With the presidential election finally called, Maya and Rebecca have plenty to celebrate – but also a lot to ponder, from the lessons Democrats can (and should) take away from these results, to the uncertain (but certainly scary) future of Trumpism.โดย Maya Gurantz & Rebecca Cohen
 
How are we going to get through the next few days? Sorry, we can’t help you with that. Instead, Rebecca and Maya get trashed and ask: what has the past four years DONE TO US, culturally, psychologically, politically?โดย Maya Gurantz & Rebecca Cohen
 
We have a girl crush. With her hilarious podcast Fuckbois of Lit, Emily Edwards does unto the history of Western Literature what the Sauce does to pop culture and politics. We talk about how our erotic fantasies have been shaped by the novels we read as girls, what it means to undo that damage, and … Continue reading "The Fuckbois of Literature, wi…
 
It’s the Trump Show Series Finale! At least we hope so! As we enter what should be the Final Act of the Trump era but may be the Final Act of American Democracy, Maya and Rebecca hunker down with some booze and figure out why our usual coping strategies have been falling apart and how … Continue reading "Why We Drink"…
 
If we just solved issues of class and capitalism, it would fix everything, right? That seems to be the word from the BernieBro / Jacobin / Chapo Trap House Left. For The Sauce’s First Ever panel discussion, we have geniuses Emily Edwards (host of Fuckbois of Lit), Akasemi Newsome (Assoc. Director of the Institute of … Continue reading "Fantasies of…
 
In the 2020 hellscape, the historic pick of Kamala Harris as Joe Biden’s Vice Presidential selection really felt like the election kick-off. Rebecca and Maya get drunk and ruin any pleasure you might take in it by outlining the various ways Harris’ obvious excellence intimidates much of the media into replaying all the sexist hits, … Continue readi…
 
Who’s Biden going to choose as his VP? Who SHOULD he pick? Does it even matter as the world is ending? Our favorite political commentator Kaitlin Byrd returns to help us answer these questions, vet the nominees properly because Chris Dodd sure as shit can’t do it (you’re welcome, Joe), and figure out in advance … Continue reading "VEEPSTAKES! (with…
 
From federal agents kidnapping BLM protesters to white moms trying to protect them, how are current events in Portland like the movie Mad Max: Fury Road? Maya and Rebecca answer this riddle, delving into themes of government tyranny and (white) maternity to uncover the unexpected connections.โดย Maya Gurantz & Rebecca Cohen
 
100 episodes ago, Maya and Rebecca discussed the discourse around “free speech”–people expressing opinions about who gets to express opinions. A recent “open letter” in Harpers made us drink so much we figured we might as well return to the topic and how the debate has and hasn’t changed after 2.5 years of turbocharged political … Continue reading …
 
So when a mass pandemic brings about the end of the world (ahem), what will it look like? What *has* it looked like? Rebecca and Maya get trashed and do close readings of The Last Man on Earth (1964), Omega Man (1971), and the Will Smith vehicle I Am Legend (2007)–three adaptations of the same … Continue reading "The Disease Apocalypse"…
 
Masks: cheap, easy, enormously effective in preventing coronavirus transmission. So what the hell is up with people who don’t want to wear them? Rebecca and Maya find answers, not surprisingly, in toxic masculinity, the Trump and Fox News Death Cults, and of course, many, many drinks.โดย Maya Gurantz & Rebecca Cohen
 
Maya and Rebecca talk about the Black Lives Matters protests sweeping the country. How is our current understanding informed and inflected by historical memory? What media and culture has prepared us for this moment–in the past decade? 20 years? 100 years? What makes this moment different? Or is it?โดย Maya Gurantz & Rebecca Cohen
 
Maya and Rebecca continue their deep dive into movies about contagious disease, breaking down infection horror movies and what they tell us about disease in the cultural imagination. This episode doesn’t address the news around BLM protests and police violence, but remember: It’s okay to give yourself a breather from the stress of current events. ……
 
Rebecca and Maya get into Tara Reade’s sexual assault allegations against Joe Biden and what they mean. Could it be true? Is he being Swift-Boated? DOES IT EVEN MATTER? We weren’t drinking for this one, but God, we should have been.โดย Maya Gurantz & Rebecca Cohen
 
Maya and Rebecca analyze Outbreak (1995), Contagion (2011) and Quarantine (2008) – three one-word-titled movies that reveal some major themes and set the stage for a deeper dive into the topic of infectious disease in the popular imagination.โดย Maya Gurantz & Rebecca Cohen
 
Maya and Rebecca look into the ways people stay positive and show support for heroes during this distressing time, and uncover what it says about American attitudes toward the people we depend on most.โดย Maya Gurantz & Rebecca Cohen
 
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