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Jul 27, 2019
Very likeable hosts...funny, informative, but empathetic to the situations. Just the right amount of sass. Great stories...so much info that I didn't know.
Jul 24, 2019
great- interesting, insightful, and fun. def recommend!
S4E4: You’re My Best Friend | Penny Marshall and Rob Reiner & Carrie Fisher and Paul Simon
A while back, we covered the tumultuous relationship between John McEnroe and Tatum O’Neal and learned something funny: TV legend and record shattering film director Penny Marshall and Hollywood royalty/Star Wars icon Carrie Fisher threw each other a birthday party every year.
This week, we have the not-that-trashy divorces of lifelong best friends Penny Marshall and Carrie Fisher. Stacie has Penny, who was married twice, first to the father of her daughter, and next to fellow TV legend and later film director Rob Reiner. The first lasted three years, the second ten, but it seems that Penny maintained warm ties to both.
Alicia has Carrie, who was in a long relationship with musician Paul Simon that included a brief marriage in the middle. Simon’s song Hearts and Bones documents the end of the relationship, but it sure seems like their love never really died.
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|Oct 20, 2019|
S4E3: The Love Cats | The Nine Loves of Pablo Picasso
This week, we have just one story, but it’s kind of a story with everything. Alicia brings us the life and loves of Pablo Picasso, the legendary artist and Certified Problematic Person. He had nine great romances in his life, but unfortunately, he tended to leave the women who’d loved him worse off, sometimes with tragic results.
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|Oct 13, 2019|
S4E2: Video | Stephanie March and Bobby Flay & Kate and Jon Gosselin
This week, we have two incredible divorce stories from the entertainment world. First up, Stacie has the 2015 split of celebrity chef Bobby Flay and Law and Order: SVU actress Stephanie March. This divorce is one of the ways that Stacie learned to love divorce stories.
Then Alicia has a reality television couple who were plus eight, until they were minus each other: Kate and Jon Gosselin. Learn about Alicia’s mental construct of “the dude,” and how Jon’s incessant dude-ing made it impossible to be the husband and father his family deserved.
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|Oct 06, 2019|
S4E1: Take The Money And Run | Howard Hughes & Jeff Bezos and MacKenzie Bezos
What’s in your wallet? Well, if you’re one of our subjects this week, the answer is piles and piles of money! First up, Alicia has the dirt on a towering figure of the 20th century, Howard Hughes. Hughes was a titan of industry, a Hollywood mogul, an engineer and inventor, a pilot and aircraft designer, and one of the richest people in the world during his flamboyant but ultimately tragic life.
Next, Stacie has the dish on a modern version of the same type of mind: Jeff Bezos, whose 25-year-long marriage to novelist MacKenzie Bezos ended this year. They split a $137 billion fortune and fended off an extortion plot allegedly masterminded by Saudi Arabia. It’s quite the tale.
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|Sep 29, 2019|
S4E0: Dirty Details | Your Trashy Divorces
We asked and you answered! This week, we’re getting season four teed up for September 29, but we promised an episode from the mailbag if you sent in your trashy divorce stories.
We were inundated! This episode is just a taste of the amazing stories we’ve loved reading all week. This episode features couples who married too young, a nefarious lawyer, a globe trotting snob, a poorly executed kidnapping plot, a flaming wedding dress, a nanny’s betrayal, a hidden history of armed robbery, and so much more.
We’ve enjoyed this whole thing more than we can say, and we’d love to make Dirty Details a (semi?) regular thing. If you’d like to share your trashy divorce story, drop us a line at email@example.com.
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|Sep 22, 2019|
S3E12: Leaving on a Jet Plane | The 2020 Republican Primary Field & John Denver
We love going a little bit sideways with our season finale episodes! Stacie has the scoop on a weird historical moment we’re in: For the first time ever, an American political party has fielded a presidential primary contest featuring only divorced people. Seriously, this has never happened before and would have been unthinkable until very recently. Now, we’re the only people even mentioning it (it’s kind of our brand). Come meet your 2020 Republican primary field and get the scoop on all their trashbaggery! Let’s give it up for Donald Trump, Bill Weld, Joe Walsh, and Mark Sanford!
Then, Alicia ends her string of podcast no-tears with the story of soothing 1970s crooner and trashbag (it turns out), John Denver. He had two marriages that ended in divorce, and both experiences revealed some disturbing things about the man.
We’re off next week, but we’re asking for your divorce stories! If we get enough, we’ll put together an episode for you featuring listeners’ trashy divorces! Got a trashy divorce in your life? Share the dirt (no real names, please!) at firstname.lastname@example.org.
|Sep 15, 2019|
S3E11: It’s Not Right But It’s Okay | Whitney Houston and Bobby Brown & Sandra Bullock and Jesse James
This week, we’ve got two of the most beloved performers to have graced us in decades. Alicia’s got the intense story of Whitney Houston, an incredible talent whose path was in many ways set by the agendas of those around her. Her 14-year-long marriage to Bobby Brown was ultimately catastrophic, and her untimely death was tragic beyond words.
In the second half, Stacie leads the first meeting of the Sandra Bullock Fan Club of Trashy Divorces. Sandra’s five-year-long marriage to West Coast Chopper Jesse James blew up spectacularly when his numerous infidelities hit the tabloid press just days after Sandra won her first Oscar.
Promo: Fruitloops Podcast
|Sep 08, 2019|
S3E10: Stars Fell on Alabama | Robert Bentley and Dianne Bentley & America’s Surprise Divorce Capital
Stacie’s had a lot of requests to cover the dirtbaggery that was former Alabama Governor Robert Bentley and the affair that tanked his administration. It turns out it was much more than an extramarital dalliance; it was symbolic of the deep corruption at the heart of Alabama’s government just a few short years ago.
Then, Alicia has a delightful story about a really surprising historical fact about Alabama. We’re pretty sure you’ll be surprised, too.
Sources and more at trashydivorces.com.
|Sep 01, 2019|
S3E9: Driver 8 | Eleanor of Aquitaine & The Baker Street Robbery
Hey friends – we’ve got a special episode for you this week. We’re prepping for our live show tonight and realized we’d be more likely to stay sane if we didn’t try to create two stories each this week. In that spirit, we bring you two timehopping stories from our Patreon files.
First, Alicia has the almost unbelievable story of Eleanor of Aquitaine, a 12th century badass who was queen to two European kings and whose genes continue to animate most of the remaining royal houses of the continent. Alicia was deluged with requests for this story, and it does not disappoint.
Then, Stacie has a bizarre tale that sprung from our Werewolves of London episode in season two. The 1971 Baker Street Bank Robbery in London has sometimes been linked to the excesses of Princess Margaret, but there’s reason to think that it may also be tied to the enduring scandal that engulfed the British government in the Profumo Affair.
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|Aug 25, 2019|
S3E8: I’m Too Sexy | Miranda Lambert and Blake Shelton & Loni Anderson and Burt Reynolds
Who’s too sexy for this podcast? Not our subjects this week, widely recognized as two of the Sexiest Men Alive, and their equally jaw-dropping ex-wives. First up, Stacie has country superstars Blake Shelton and Miranda Lambert, and seriously, if you don’t Miranda’s back story, buckle up. It’s amazing.
Housekeeping: As of publication, there are still some tickets left for our Atlanta show with Erica Kelley of Southern Fried True Crime on August 25. Visit Venkmans.com to get yours. We can’t wait to see you!
|Aug 18, 2019|
S3E7: Borderline | Sean Penn & Madonna & Guy Ritchie
This week, it’s one of the most famous Leos of our time, two-time divorcee, and cultural and musical legend: Madonna. First up, Alicia has the story of her short and turbulent 1980s marriage to fellow Leo and Hollywood bad boy Sean Penn. Then, Stacie has the deets on Madonna’s second marriage, to filmmaker Guy Ritchie, and the custody battle that followed with – but not exactly over – their son, Rocco.
Don’t forget your tickets for our August 25 show in Atlanta with Erica Kelley of Southern Fried True Crime, on sale now at venkmans.com.
|Aug 11, 2019|
S3E6: Funny Girl | Lucille Ball and Desi Arnaz & Kathy Griffin
It’s Alicia’s birthday week, and in her honor, we’re jumping in to the stories of two hilarious redheads. She’s got the surprisingly affectionate divorce of comedienne Lucille Ball and her amazingly capable, eventual ex-husband Desi Arnaz. Then Stacie explains that D-List icon Kathy Griffin is best understood as one of those 1970s Weeble toys: she may wobble sometimes, but there’s nothing that’s going to knock that woman down.
Don't forget your tickets to our August 25 Atlanta show with Erica Kelley of Southern Fried True Crime. Check out venkmans.com for all the details!
|Aug 04, 2019|
S3E5: Coconut Telegraph | Marjorie Merriweather Post & Lilly Pulitzer and Peter Pulitzer
Today we take a look at some lifestyles of the rich and famous, and their playground, Palm Beach, Florida. Stacie has the incredible story of a 20th century titan, Marjorie Merriweather Post, who was a four-time-divorcee and one-time richest woman in America.
Then Alicia brings us the decidedly more laid back lifestyle of Peter Pulitzer and his wife Lilly Pulitzer (nee McKim), who lived an oddball lifestyle among Florida’s orange groves that led Lilly into fashion design.
|Jul 28, 2019|
S3E4: Paperback Writer | Ernest Hemingway and Hadley Richardson & Pauline Pfeiffer & Martha Gellhorn & Mary Welsh
This week, Alicia calls all the Trashy Divorces shots and brings you the story of the four wives – and three divorces – of 20th century literary giant Ernest Hemingway. Stacie’s here, but she’s playing hurt after dislocating her shoulder – we’ll be back with our usual format next week.
Tickets to our August 25 live show with Erica Kelley of Southern Fried True Crime.
|Jul 21, 2019|
S3E3: Love Is A Battlefield | Tatum O’Neal and John McEnroe & Brooke Shields and Andre Agassi
Are you ready for some TENNIS! In honor of the Wimbledon finals, we’re bringing you two stories of the life and times of tennis legends of our age. First, Stacie has the incredibly trashy story of Tatum O’Neal, the youngest actor to ever win an Academy Award and a bona fide neglected and abused child, and her early marriage to career-focused and self-absorbed John McEnroe. Then, Alicia gives you a five game match on the strange love that bloomed between superstar Brooke Shields and superpower Andre Agassi.
|Jul 14, 2019|
S3E2: Everybody Wants to Rule The World | Mary, Queen of Scots & Rupert Murdoch
Happy episode day, friends! This week, Alicia tells the sordid tale of Mary, Queen of Scots, who sure knew how to pick ’em. Stacie brings you the trashy divorces of Rupert Murdoch, who might have been better at destroying democracies than making love work. Everybody wants to rule the world, and this week, both of our profiles really, really tried.
Promo: Tickets for our August 25 LIVE SHOW with Erica Kelley of Southern Fried True Crime at Venkman's in Atlanta are on sale Wednesday, July 10! Can’t wait to see you there!
|Jul 07, 2019|
S3E1: You Need To Calm Down | Elton John & Elizabeth Gilbert
Happy Pride, everyone! This week, we kick off season three with two tasty #trashcandy morsels. First up, Stacie has the trashy and short lived marriage of Elton John and Renate Blauel, a German sound engineer that he thought he’d fallen in love with. We sympathize with both of them, but mostly her.
Then, Alicia has the incredible true life & love story of Elizabeth Gilbert, the author of Eat, Pray, Love, who demonstrates a beautiful and Pride-appropriate message that love is love is love…
|Jun 23, 2019|
S2E12: Girls With Guitars | Shania Twain & Wynonna Judd
Welcome to our season two finale! This week, Stacie peels back the layers of the Nashville onion to explore the tragedies and triumphs in the life of Canadian country music superstar Shania Twain. Then, Alicia applies Imago Therapy as a lens to understand the intergenerational dysfunction of country legend Wynonna Judd and her mother and sometimes-musical-partner Naomi Judd.
Promo this week: BetterHelp
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|Jun 16, 2019|
S2E11: Tom Cruise Crazy | Mimi Rogers, Nicole Kidman, & Katie Holmes
Turns out we’ve lost that loving feeling for Tom Cruise. From his early, relatively short marriage to Mimi Rogers, who recruited him into Scientology, to the unexplained end of his love match with Nicole Kidman, to Katie Holmes’s Mission: Impossible-style escape from him and Scientology, this week we’ve got as much dirt as we could dig on this legendary, and legendarily weird, star.
|Jun 09, 2019|
S2E10: Double Fantasy | Jennifer Aniston & Brad Pitt & Angelina Jolie
It’s Double Fantasy, friends! This week, we have the two trashiest divorce stories this side of the year 2000 – Brad and Jen & Brangelina! Which team are you on?
Alicia will persuade you to come on over to #teamjen, a goddess of an ex-wife and a hero to all women. Stacie started this whole thing pretty neutral but came away with a pretty clear preference. (Spoiler: It’s #teamjen, too.)
|Jun 02, 2019|
S2E9: Werewolves of London | The Profumo Affair & Princess Margaret and Antony Armstrong-Jones
Groovy, Baby! This week, we head back to the Swinging 60s (and 50s and 70s) in Olde London Towne. Stacie takes a look at the sex and spying scandal that rocked the UK in 1963, The Profumo Affair, and Alicia spills all the tea about the very trashy marriage and divorce of Princess Margaret and Antony Armstrong-Jones, Earl of Snowdon.
Need more Trashy Divorces? Check us out at Patreon.com/TrashyDivorces for regular Trashy Tidbits and more!
|May 26, 2019|
S2E8: He Stopped Loving Her Today | Tammy Wynette and George Jones & Priscilla and Elvis Presley
Ready for some royalty? No, not that kind – this week we feature the Trashy Divorces of music royalty! Alicia details the First Couple of Country Music, George Jones and Tammy Wynette. Their relationship covered a lot of territory, from a heroic table flip to a double-barreled shotgun, and every other country music trope you can think of. Then Stacie takes us back to Memphis for the story of The King, Elvis Presley, and his (sorta) child bride, Priscilla. This one goes deep, friends. Enjoy!
Need more #trashcandy? Get extra helpings of all the dirt at Patreon.com/TrashyDivorces.
|May 19, 2019|
S2E7: Diamond Girl | Elizabeth Taylor, with Erica Kelley of Southern Fried True Crime
To celebrate Mother’s Day, we decided to cover the Mother of Trashy Divorces – Elizabeth Taylor! And to cover Elizabeth Taylor, we asked our friend and Elizabeth Taylor superfan Erica Kelley of the Southern Fried True Crime podcast to join us!
There is so much tea in this episode, friends. Not just the seven husbands and eight weddings, but all the side stories and rabbit holes that give us all the joy (and all the feels). Elizabeth Taylor was complex: a child star, a hard-drinking beauty, a foul-mouthed sophisticate, a one-take actor, an Oscar winner, a widow, a mother, an activist, and a many-time divorcee. Elizabeth Taylor was singular. Come meet her with us, or get to know her again.
Want more of Taylor and Burton? Check out Furious Love: Elizabeth Taylor, Richard Burton, and the Marriage of the Century. And as always, we have plenty more material at Patreon for as little as $2 a month.
|May 12, 2019|
S2E6: Mr. Big Stuff | Australia’s Barnaby Joyce & Martha and John Mitchell
This week, Stacie shares a listener suggestion: Barnaby Joyce, former Deputy Prime Minister of Australia and, apparently, a trash man on the make. After a career as a family values champion, a 2018 sex scandal known as #barnababy brought a swift end to his 24-year-long marriage and a firm estrangement from his four daughters.
After the break, Alicia has a story she’s been waiting her whole life to tell: Martha Mitchell, wife of Nixon-era Attorney General John Mitchell, and the flawed Cassandra of the Watergate scandal, and, in the memorable words of one listener, “that resourceful little drunk-dialer.”
For early, ad-free episode access, Trashy Tidbits, and regular bonus stories, join us on Patreon for as little as $2 a month.
|May 05, 2019|
S2E5: When I Paint My Masterpiece | Ellen and Dominick Dunne & Frida Kahlo and Diego Rivera
Alicia explains the multifaceted life and times of former Hollywood executive turned writer warrior for justice Dominick Dunne to Stacie. Stacie shares the unimaginably complicated and (yet somehow) inspiring love of Frida Kahlo and Diego Rivera.
|Apr 28, 2019|
S2E4: Time In A Bottle | Linda and Harry Macklowe & Marilyn Monroe
This week, we look at very different relationships. Stacie shares the sordid tale of the nearly six-decade-long marriage of New York real estate developer Harry Macklowe and his wife Linda, who recently completed their trashy divorce at the tender ages of 80+.
Then, Alicia has all the tea on the three trashy divorces – and deeply sad personal story – of Marilyn Monroe, a timeless icon who married and divorced the likes of Joe DiMaggio and Arthur Miller.
And get ready for Alicia's limited series "Funne with Dunne" coming to Patreon starting Wednesday. If Dominick Dunne is your Patronus, be our Patron ($5 level and higher) and get all the trash candy!
|Apr 21, 2019|
S2E3: Language or The Kiss | Agatha and Archie Christie & Nora Ephron and Carl Bernstein
Join us for an exploration of the failed romances that shaped – but certainly didn’t break – two pioneering women writers.
First, Alicia brings us an enduring mystery from the life of the mother of the genre, Agatha Christie. On Friday, December 3, 1926, the 36-year-old author disappeared without a trace, only be found 11 days later safe and sound in a hotel in Harrogate. What happened during this period has been a point of speculation for nearly a century, and Alicia thinks she’s got all the tea for this one.
Then, Stacie brings us closer to current events with the unfortunate tale of the celebrated marriage of writers Nora Ephron and Carl Bernstein. When they wed in 1976, they were considered a power couple. Bernstein had recently been half of the dynamic duo who took down a president, and Ephron was a columnist for Esquire magazine who was reinventing the form for women. They were the life of party in DC and New York, until Bernstein fell for the wife of a foreign ambassador. From this catastrophe, Ephron rebuilt herself and her career, and found lasting greatness.
|Apr 14, 2019|
S2E2: Go Your Own Way | Fleetwood Mac and Carly Simon & James Taylor
This week, pull on something mustard yellow and get your glitter scarves out of the closet: we’re taking a trip to the 1970s!
First up, Stacie has the trashy situation that rock superstars Fleetwood Mac found themselves in circa 1977, when the whole band was a roiling mess of heartbreak, infidelity, illicit attraction, and power-pop prowess.
In the second block, Alicia has the heartwrenching story of the marriage of Carly Simon and James Taylor. Though they had two children and spent years together, James’s drug addiction eventually made the marriage untenable.
This week's promo: Tasteless Podcast
Music & all the tea receipts at trashydivorces.com.
|Apr 07, 2019|
S2E1: Cats in the Cradle | Donald Trump and Donald Trump, Jr.
And we’re back! In case you aren’t familiar with the subjects of our season two opener, Donald Trump is the son of a real estate millionaire based in Queens, New York. He got into the family business as a young man and made a bit of a name for himself, ultimately becoming a reality TV star. Along the way, he had five children, three weddings, and a couple of trashy divorces. We’re not ruling out a third divorce for him, either.
His story is trashy, but it’s even trashier when you dive into the life of his eldest son, Donald Trump Jr. Don Jr. had a startlingly tragic adolescence and has gone on to live deep in the shadow of his father – and somehow decided that the senior Trump’s life choices were something to emulate. We don’t get it either.
Receipts for this tea at trashydivorces.com.
|Mar 31, 2019|
Weird Science | No-Strology and Other Trashy Tidbits
Yes, it’s our week off, but we wanted to share some of the Trashy Tidbits that we put up on Patreon, as well as reveal Stacie’s hard-hitting No-Strology rebuttal to Alicia’s astrological framework. And wouldn’t you know it? No-Strology works pretty well as weird science too. We also update you on some Royals action, Rudy shouting, and preview a trashy octogenarian NYC divorce. See you back next Sunday, March 31, for Season 2!
|Mar 24, 2019|
S1E12: Divorce Song | Zelda Sayre and F. Scott Fitzgerald & 12 E. 82nd Street
For our season one finale – we’re taking one week off and will return March 31 – we wanted to play a little, so we’re telling some stories that might not normally fit into a theme this week. First, Alicia brings us the story of the King and Queen of the Jazz Age, writer F. Scott Fitzgerald and his wife Zelda. Though they never actually divorced, the story is a great illustration of the reality that some marriages and don’t work, and a lot of people would be better off ending a marriage rather than staying in it.
Stacie follows that up with the story of a Manhattan address that ties together a bunch of Trashy Divorces threads. Its owners have included a previous Trashy Divorces subject, a divorcing couple we’re likely to cover in the future, and a slightly mysterious real estate magnate who will likely reappear.
References & Stuff to Check Out:
This is the 2012 NYT article about the backlessness of the E. 82nd St. townhouse.
The Real Deal is a New York real estate blog that has provided surprisingly good coverage of the unlikely career of Janna Bullock.
No episode next week. We’re back with season two on March 31!
|Mar 17, 2019|
S1E11: I Got You Babe | Sonny & Cher and Prince Andrew & Sarah Ferguson
Welcome to Week 11, where we bring some soft focus to a bleak topic with some divorces that seem to have genuinely left everybody – and perhaps the relationship itself – in better shape.
First, Stacie tells the weird story of music and television stars Sonny & Cher, and how Sonny’s unshakable vision of what Cher’s dreams looked like ultimately broke their relationship beyond repair.
Then Alicia shares the tale of England’s Prince Andrew and his lady love – possibly even to this day – Sarah Ferguson. They do seem to have had a spectacularly successful divorce, and even continue to cohabitate more than two decades later.
|Mar 10, 2019|
S1E10: What’s Love Got To Do With It | George Harrison, Pattie Boyd, and Eric Clapton & Ike and Tina Turner
This week, we talk musical royalty from the UK and the US. First, Alicia tells us the terribly trashy tale of the love triangle between Beatle George Harrison, his wife, model Pattie Boyd, and guitar legend Eric Clapton.
Then, Stacie brings us back across the pond to cover the fascinating but heartbreaking story of Ike and Tina Turner. This one’s tough, but we can all celebrate that ultimately, Tina Turner escaped an abusive relationship and followed her dreams, becoming a role model for badasses everywhere.
Check out a mountain of music from our subjects this week on the web at trashydivorces.com.
|Mar 03, 2019|
S1E9: The Winner Takes It All | The Man Who Prints Money & The Divorce That Brushed Art World Royalty
This week, Alicia and Stacie look at a couple of divorces featuring people whose names may not be top of mind, but whose wealth makes them almost untouchable – until their marriages fail.
Swiss businessman Maurice Amon has been embroiled in a high-profile divorce from his socialite wife Tracey Hejailan since 2015. The case has made global headlines for the light it has shone on a certain tiny nation’s divorce laws, as well as a nasty battle over a pricey art collection.
Alec and Jocelyn Wildenstein enjoyed a 20-year-long marriage until everything fell apart, scandalizing the ultra wealthy world of fine art buying and selling.
Promo this week: Book vs. Movie Podcast
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|Feb 24, 2019|
S1E8: New Jack Hustler | L. Ron Hubbard & Jim and Tammy Faye Bakker
Welcome to episode 8, where we're talking big time religious hucksters! Alicia walks us through the very trashy life - and marriages, and divorces - of Scientology founder and apparent boat enthusiast L. Ron Hubbard, and Stacie gives us the play-by-play of the scandal that didn't really change American evangelicalism (but probably should have), PTL Club founders Jim and Tammy Faye Bakker.
|Feb 17, 2019|
S1 Bonus: I’m Your Venus | Trashy Mythology
A very merry Valentine’s Day to you and yours! To celebrate this ancient celebration of love, Alicia and Stacie invited a favorite friend pursuing her PhD in Mythology to talk about the Trashy Divorces of the ancient world. Alicia (yes, her name is also Alicia) shares a selection of sometimes disturbing, occasionally baffling, but deeply, deeply trashy interactions by gods, goddesses, and heroes from different cultures of yore.
|Feb 14, 2019|
S1E7: Royals | Charles and Diana & Ernest and Wallis Simpson
This week, Alicia and Stacie explore the not-so-fairytale world of English royalty, and the fated romances of two of the modern era’s Prince of Wales. First, we look at possibly the most famous trashy divorce in living memory, Prince Charles and Princess Diana. Next, we give a fresh take on the romance – or was it? – between Wallis Simpson and Edward VIII, which led him to abdicate the English throne after less than a year upon it.
|Feb 10, 2019|
S1E6: The First Cut Is The Deepest | Buttafuocos & Bobbitts
This week, we jump jump back to the early '90s to get into two of the most infamous cases of the decade: Joey & Mary Jo Buttafuoco (and Amy Fisher), and John & Lorena Bobbitt. Journey with us to the trashy past while we take a second look at these cases and why they still matter.
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|Feb 03, 2019|
S1E5: Smells Like Teen Spirit | Britney Spears & Drew Barrymore
This week, we look at two women who got famous – and then got married – way too young. Britney Spears was a pop juggernaut before she was 18 years old. Within a few years, she was desperately lashing out in pursuit of a life she could call her own. Drew Barrymore was born to Hollywood royalty, but was forced to take on life on her own very young. Both found their way into ill-advised marriages that ended with great fanfare.
|Jan 27, 2019|
S1E4: The Devil Went Down to Georgia | Margaret Mitchell & Newt Gingrich
Looking for some southern hospitality? Well, there’s some of that. This week, Alicia brings you the trashy divorce of Gone With The Wind author and Atlanta native Margaret Mitchell, while Stacie shares the long and trashy story of the several weddings, divorces, and many, many affairs of former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich.
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|Jan 20, 2019|
S1E3: Fame | Bethenny Frankel & Debbie Reynolds
Some people pursue fame relentlessly, while others can’t seem to shake the most notorious chapters of their lives.
This week, Stacie shares the trashy, almost four year long divorce of reality TV fixture – and super smart businessperson – Bethenny Frankel of the Real Housewives of New York City.
After the break, Alicia shares a golden oldie of trashy divorces – the 1950s love triangle between Debbie Reynolds, her husband Eddie Fisher, and most beautiful woman in the world, Elizabeth Taylor.
Get even more trash candy at trashydivorces.com.
|Jan 13, 2019|
S1E2: My Own Worst Enemy | Denise Richards and Charlie Sheen & Huma Abedin and Anthony Weiner
Welcome back! This week, Alicia explores the weird life (and marital) history of actor Charlie Sheen, and gives particular props to his ex-wife Denise Richards, who we're pretty sure is a saint. Then, Stacie explains how Anthony Weiner's penis broke American politics, world history, and of course, his marriage to the fabulous Huma Abedin.
Check out the extras that we mention in the show at our website, TrashyDivorces.com.
|Jan 06, 2019|
S1E1: Oops I Did It Again! | Rudy Giuliani & Henry VIII
Welcome to Trashy Divorces! This week, we explore repetitions and patterns of misconduct with none other than Rudy Giuliani, who is currently going through his third divorce, and King Henry VIII of England, whose six wives mostly met an alarming series of ends.
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|Jan 01, 2019|
Introducing Trashy Divorces
Trashy Divorces is a new podcast from your friends at Hemlock Creatives. Hosted by Stacie and Alicia, each week we bring you two outrageous stories of the rich, the famous, and the powerful - behaving badly.
Season 1 of Trashy Divorces launches January 1, with new episodes landing every Sunday after that. Subscribe to us on iTunes, Stitcher, or wherever you listen to pods.
It's a good podcast about bad relationships. Subscribe now and never miss a garbage day.
Twitter & Insta: @trashydivorces
|Dec 18, 2018|