October 16, 2018
EP. 30 — Rainbow Brite and Body Blacklights (with Erin Gibson)
Throwing Shade’s Erin Gibson is talkin’ TV with Jon & Lauren today! She gets into Rainbow Brite, her book “Feminasty,” and the time she tried to change her name to Nicole, before Jon almost makes her puke with a story about a kid who picked his nose too much. Plus: a new improvised sitcom, “You Can’t Keep Love In A Zoo!”
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