Ross and Carrie continue their newfound tradition of going to a psychic to get personalized predictions for the upcoming year. After being wowed by the very dapper and mysterious Richard-Lael Lillard, also known as "The Gentleman Psychic," they make an evening appointment to visit his Victorian estate for readings and hot tea. The extremely elegant and singularly entertaining Lillard breaks out his tarot deck and offers his prognostications on everything from the upcoming presidential election, to Carrie's love life and friendships, to some dicey news for the Blocher family. For pics and videos, follow us on Facebook! You can add our RSS feed here.
At the very beginning of 2019, Ross and Carrie visited a store-front psychic to get her predictions for their lives in 2019. Carrie would get cancer and take a step toward marriage, while Ross would be accused of sexual misconduct but ultimately have a good year. We look back at all her predictions and check them against the facts. And then... Carrie gives Sister Rocky a call. Plus, some updates on our love frequency and Vital Tones episodes! For pics and videos, follow us on Facebook! You can add our RSS feed here.
Several hours after they arrived on the scene, Ross and Carrie finally hear Amma's lengthy sermon, then down holy water and enter the line for Darshan, the ceremonial meeting in which Amma will give them the hugs for which she has become world-famous. With items to bless and instructions on receiving their lifelong mantras, the two excitedly join the seemingly endless row of devotees waiting to have their lives changed in the blink of an eye. For pics and videos, follow us on Facebook! You can add our RSS feed here.
After years of anticipation, Ross and Carrie finally go to meet The Hugging Saint, also known as Mātā Amritānandamayī Devī, or Amma. The guru from India is said to have embraced as many as 38 million people, and she's two hugs richer. The tired pair line up at a Hollywood hotel swarming with people waiting to see the enigmatic spiritual leader. Free token in hand, they begin their long day's journey into night, awaiting their life-changing hugs. For pics and videos, follow us on Facebook! You can add our RSS feed here.
Ross and Carrie meet at the University of Southern California to interview someone who knows the TRUTH behind NASA's LIES. Just kidding; he confirms the Earth is round. And he should know, since he's orbited our oblate spheroid more than 3,000 times. Terry Virts, a former commander of the International Space System, is joined by director and cinematographer Jannicke Mikkelsen, who is using cutting edge technology to document Terry and crew's record-breaking, forty-seven hour trip around the world in their new film, "One More Orbit."