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Episode 36: The JV Club
Kathleen Rose Perkins
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The JV Club #36: Kathleen Rose Perkins

The charming Kathleen Rose Perkins (Episodes) recounts the joys and challenges of being a certified bird-owner, being heard in a family of boys, and what we’re really doing when we’re eating eggs. Want more? Find out where Kathleen’s future home is, courtesy of another glorious game of M.A.S.H.!

Comments

  1. Vincent S says:

    I freaking love this woman from the PMC podcast episode she was in. Also, best laugh in the world. Good to know she has a serious side too. Great work, Janet/ egg = period philosopher.

  2. sam says:

    This was one of my favorite episodes! I love Kathleen. She is sooo funny on Episodes! And she was great on here too. Now I am a huge fan I guess. I just always love listening to you Janet, I can relate to you so much! In fact, sometimes I feel like we are practically the same person. When I found out you were an aquarius I was like OMG THATS WHY!! Sometimes I want to go back into the archives and relisten to every episode, and then write a list of everything we have in common, because it is scary! But I think that would be kind of weird. Anyways. Thanks Janet and Kathleen, you entertained me completely <3

  3. Toria says:

    love LOVED this episode. Really could relate to the loss of virginity story..thanks for speaking about important issues like that. Janet, you’re amazing.

  4. PJ says:

    Ah, chicken periods is what I like to call eggs from time to time… And the frozen bunny (such a sad story) reminded me of the frozen hares caught in snares that would end up as part of our family tourtière. Every house should have a large chest freezer for game meat…

  5. Gary says:

    I can relate to her boyfriend’s decision to be a non-drinker and why. My stepfather was an alcoholic and I saw first hand the “dark side” of alcohol from an early age.

    Does it effect everyone that way? Of course not.

    But I never had more than the slightest curiousity about it growing up, and didn’t develop the taste. It was much the same for smoking and drugs – I just figured that if I didn’t have the inclination to want to try it, and examples of how it could go wrong at my disposal, then I should just leave it alone.

  6. Alec says:

    My grandmother had a great tradition of accidentally getting male cats. Two of them were lucky enough to already have dual purpose names: Jessie and Sasha. One cat in my family was a little bit less fortunate and ended up being called Mr Missy.

  7. Benjamin says:

    As always I loved the episode and I have to say 2 things. One, I won’t be able to see eggs the same way ever again, and two, I love the noise of cicadas. This is because they remind me of my mom’s town (which I should visit more often) and because that noise means that the rain season is close and I can say goodbye to the usual heat of the mexican summer.