Pot Psychology

By Tracie Morrissey

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The cult advice column Pot Psychology is now a podcast! Or a potcast or whatever. Hosts Rich Juzwiak and Tracie Morrissey are not experts but they ARE professionals, and in each episode they will ramble and discuss modern etiquette. As Judge Judy would say: put on your listening ears! For access to bonus episodes, visit http://patreon.com/potpsychology

Episode Date
On Our Own
Rich and Tracie are still trying to iron out the kinks in remote recording. They discuss Coronavirus but more importantly, read excerpts from one of Charles Grodin's many memoirs. Speaking of books, Pot Psychology is launching a book club! The first selection is "Open Book" by Jessica Simpson. The first meeting will be held via Zoom on 4/20. Check out patreon.com/potpsychology for more info on how to join. And don't forget to follow us on Instagram: instagram.com/potpsychology And Twitter: twitter.com/potpsychology instagram.com/traciemorrissey instagram.com/richjuzwiak
Apr 02, 2020
Podcasting Remotely
While practicing social distancing, Tracie and Rich got high separately before they figured out how to operate all the equipment to record remotely.
Mar 26, 2020
We Watched Beethoven
In this age of uncertainty and lots of down time we recommend you go down this Beethoven k-hole with us. Thankfully, Rich does not have coronavirus. Please check out patreon.com/potpsychology for companion materials for this particular episode.
Mar 20, 2020
Who's Afraid of Coronavirus with Caity Weaver
Tracie and Rich are joined by friend and New York Times writer Caity Weaver to discuss the meaning of pizza, high heel mishaps, and Scruff DMs. To see a photo of the woman on her tiptoes and a photo of the late Dennis Hof and Tracie at AVN, please visit patreon.com/potpsychology Follow Caity Weaver on Twitter at twitter.com/caityweaver
Mar 12, 2020
Guess How Many Beethoven Movies Were Made with Eve Peyser
Tracie and Rich are joined by writer and old soul Eve Peyser to discuss detective methodology, The Swan, Girl Scout cookies, and Paris Is Burning. Plus, Tracie gives an update on Jameela Jamil. Please head to patreon.com/potpsychology for links to Dr. Haworth's art and other related material to this episode.
Mar 06, 2020
When Life Won't Give You Lemons
Is Satan's reputation deserved? Or has he merely been slandered by a vengeful tyrannical ruler who felt threatened by an ambitious angel? Tracie and Rich discuss that, Celine Dion, Chris Cornell, and lemons in this week's episode. Have a question you want answered? You can DM it to @potpsychology on Twitter and Instagram. Or DM Tracie and/or Rich on Instagram instagram.com/traciemorrissey instagram.com/richjuz
Feb 27, 2020
Tracie Receives a Letter
Tracie receives an anonymous letter. Rich attends a freestyle concert in Atlantic City. Then later, the pair role plays wrong-number scenarios.
Feb 21, 2020
Happy Valentimes with Brian Kenny
Guest Brian Kenny is a multidisciplinary artist and Rich's boyfriend. He joins Rich and Tracie for a special Valentimes episode to discuss love, Love After Lockup, kittens, and farting. Check out patreon.com/potpsychology to see our list of concrocktions.
Feb 14, 2020
The One With Lauren Servideo
Comedian Lauren Servideo (creator of viral Instagram characters like the vampire Anubis and Victoria from Pittsburgh) joins Tracie and Rich for a discussion about human exceptionalism, like Oprah's NYC Marathon time, babies with large birth weights, and the Schappell twins. Corrections: As it turns out, Oprah actually did not run the NYC Marathon. Also, The Wizard of Oz was released in 1939. And Hank Baskett played football, not basketball. We apologize for the errors but do not regret them.
Feb 06, 2020
The Comeback
What do men do in steam rooms? Rich and Tracie discuss that and so much more, like how poorly Nick Stahl has aged, an uncomfortable encounter Rich had at the gym, and how Tracie unblocked five of her chakras.
Jan 28, 2020