Sarah Rice is best known for her appearances on MTVs Real World Brooklyn and The Challenge. Raised by artist parents, Sarah learned at an early age how to see the world as a playground for creativity and invention. Sarah is a self proclaimed “lifelong learner” and “answer seeker.” Sarah is pursuing her Masters degree in Marriage and Family Therapy.
Today we hear why Susie's mom is fine with the Biden situation--for now. We debate whether it's strange for kidnapping survivor Elizabeth Smart to be on Masked Singer. Susie talks about a cool study on aging goths, and the ways that their sullen expressions of emotion make them healthier. We learn the history of peanut butter, and it's weirder than we thought it would be. Susie reveals why there's no such thing as a dream job, and we're being sold a bill of goods. Plus, learn why baby names have changed during the pandemic.
Today we hear why Susie & Sarah get embarrassed by music. Sarah gets emotional about the movie Promising Young Woman, and learn why the movie gets it right about sexual assault. We find out the history of swear words, and Sarah shares why she has a new perspective on the word "bitch." Plus, we talk to Chris Hansen of To Catch a Predator about his work catching pedophiles, how he stays calm during the "stings," and why he's passionate about the work.
Today Sarah blows Susie's mind when she reveals that scientists have discovered identical snowflakes. Susie discusses the History Channel survival-based show, Alone, and how it reveals the foibles and victories of the human spirit. We hear why there is a sperm donor shortage, and Susie hilariously forgets that cis men typically don't have wombs. We delve into the unusual nature of of Armie Hammer's alleged DMs, and debate whether we should be alarmed. Susie talks about a town in Alaska called North Pole where it is Christmas everyday, but there's a troubling element as a result. Plus, we discuss near-death experiences. Don't miss out on new merch, our awesome weekly newsletter, or the BCP Book Club! All at:
Today we hear why Sarah is at her wit's end about her living situation and she is getting litigious. We also realized that there's a small chance that Wes might be her landlord. She describes how her love of plants might get her out of this sticky situation. We discuss the difficulties of living with someone during lockdown. Sarah describes the science of love and the three stages therein, and she offers tips on how to be romantic when you can't even go out on a date. Plus, hear a "lost" episode from Sarah and Susie's first podcast experience.
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