Yes, the presidential election is long over, but that doesn’t stop the girls from swooning over CNN anchor John King. 99% reporting that this episode is full of fun and intrigue–from an awesome drummer who failed to patent his invention to a series of strange murders and some unidentified juvenile delinquency.
This week’s episode is a special treat – just in time for all of your Guy Fawkes Day celebrations! It’s the perfect blend of medieval history, WWII, and everyone’s favorite: The Great Depression. If you’ve ever said a prayer in exchange for mac ‘n’ cheese or gotten down on one knee with a bowl of mashed potatoes (or if you’re just a huge Boston Celtics fan), then this one’s for you.
Okay, Tom, get off our backs! The girls are back with episode 21, an anti-origin story that Tom had all wrong…until now. If you want to know who Tom is and learn all about an origin story involving wild dance parties in the 1800s, you won’t want to miss this episode.
What’s something that any astronaut or space traveler can’t live without? Find out this week as the girls talk about an inventor who goes into a cabin and doesn’t come out until he has an amazing creation that was inspired by nature. Plus, updates on Steven Jobs, buttons, and asparagus peelers.
If you buy this product, you won’t even need drugs – at least according to the inventor. This week the girls talk about an item with a lot of nostalgia, a controversial nudist, and one of the wildest things you can do in a college dorm room.
“There is a fine line between having a good time and being a wanton slut.” This week Sarah’s got a super duper surprise for Hannah, and the girls have the time of their lives talking about one of their very favorite topics. If you’ve ever wondered about Winston Churchill’s secret romance or dreamed of living in a retirement community, you won’t want to miss this episode.
*Featuring “Thank You for Being a Friend” performed by Cynthia Fee
Episode 17 is full of life lessons about chewing gum, dissecting cats, and not murdering people. This week the girls go down a rabbit hole to learn about a man that could have been Jeffrey Dahmer, but instead changed the world with his scientific discovery. Don’t worry, they also throw in words like “mini-satellites” and “mitochondria” just for good measure.
This week, the girls team up to talk to their Russian guest about the thrilling origins of a very unique hero. They also can’t help diving into some tales of spy-training grandmas, horrifying birds, and the wonderful ways that a best friend can change your life.
This week, the girls made a special guest appearance on Seven Minutes in Evan, a podcast hosted by Evan Lopez, and you won’t want to miss it! They talk about how their podcast came to be, how they think about what stories to tell, and most importantly, they dive into Sarah’s obsession with Maroon 5 (a band she just recently discovered).
This week the podcast is dropping a brand new trailer! Check it out now, and make sure to tune in next Monday for an all new episode of How It Came To Be!