94: The Divine Comedy Part 1: Dante Alighieri – Short, Shredded King?

ON!LC is back and we’re taking things in a new direction: straight to hell! Specifically, the Inferno, as we lay out the biography of Dante Alighieri and the historical context for The Divine Comedy in the first of our two-part

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93: Dewey Decimal System? No, We Don’t!

‘Twas the night before Christmas, and all through the ‘cast, Megan and RJ had lost it at last. Answering listener questions about not naming children, which authors to date, and which authors they’d choose to punch authors they hate. Questions …

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90: Victor Hugo Said ACAB

Do you hear the people sing? Megan and RJ sure do as they get all kinds of Les Miserables on this special Patreon-request episode. Learn why no matter what time it is, it’s always Time For Victor Hugo’s Opinion, pro …

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87: The Phantom of The Hockey Rink

“Christine, I am The Angel of Music, and you must never touch my mask…seriously, have you ever taken a puck to the face unprotected? Brutal.” It’s Halloween, and you know what that means: Spooky ghosts, haunted opera houses, horny Frenchmen, …

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86: Is the Evil Fairy Who Cursed Your Dick a Girlboss?

In this episode, Megan and RJ ask: What killed John Keats, arguably the softest of the Softboi Romantic poets? Lord Byron and Percy Shelley blame mean reviews, but we’re *pretty* sure it was the tuberculosis. Probably. See also: Poems About …

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83: Romeo and Juliet – Young, Dumb, and Full of…You Know ;)

It’s a real Throwback Thursday of an episode: Shakespeare! Vin Diesel reminding us of the importance of family! Rampant horniness! (Wait, that’s just Shakespeare again) Off-key singing! Incorrect information regarding dairy products! Rambling tangents about 90s movies! So hop in …

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March Mini-Madness 2: Witcher-Guessing with Joe from Life, Death, and Taxonomy

Witcher? I hardly know her! March Mini Madness continues as Megan is given a lesson in Witcher Literature (Witcherature) by Joe Raspolich, co-host of Life, Death, and Taxonomy.  Together they’ll play guessing games, critique Witcher world fashion, contemplate destiny, mispronounce …

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73: Much Ado About Doin’ It

We’re celebrating our 3rd birthday with Big Willy Shakespeare’s Much Ado About Nothing, and everyone’s* invited! Ready your “no” face to learn why vicious sarcasm is the truest love language, how to give off Big Thursday Energy, the benefits of …

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