Season 2 - The World Is Full of Married Men
Jennifer and Dana cover Chapters 3-4 and marvel at the concept of 1968 dishwashers, wonder where in the world is Knightsbridge (Spoiler Alert - litterally right next to Hyde Park), tell their favorite "walk of shame" stories, dissect a beatnik sex scene and introduce the fun new game "Get the F*** Out NOW!"
Jennifer and Dana dig into Jackie's debut novel, The World is Full of Married Men, and cover chapters 1-2. The girls are back from vacation and talk about fabulous fan gifts they received, UFOs (but more specifically, alien probes), their own personal protest stories, and the sensuous, savage, shocking world of show business.
Season 1 - American Star: A Love Story
"Jamie Brenner - 'Blush' Author Interview"
Jennifer and Dana interview best-selling author Jamie Brenner and discuss her amazing new novel, Blush! Girl talk includes sneaking Jackie Collins books into the house in 8th grade, the comparison of wine to women (spoileralert: the older vines produce less grapes, but the grapes are FABULOUS), living in 1990's New York City, and renegotiating your life in your 50's (spoiler alert #2: the second act can be even better than the first act when it comes to life).
"Scandalous Diamonds Stops for No Man"
In the Season One Finale, Jennifer and Dana record from the road while on vacation together. The gals cover Book Four (Chapters 81-86), ending the journey of American Star: A Love Story and determine once and for all that this isn't the Codcast, the Funeral Podcast or a True Crime Podcast. They recount their recent shared ER experience, the insect that tried to assassinate Jen, underwater sex, imagine what Frannie and DW would be like as godparents, and wrap up with the announcement of the Jackie Collins book that will be covered in the upcoming Season Two of Scandalous Diamonds.
"Fine... I'll Just Masturbate Again"
Jennifer and Dana cover all of Book Three (Chapters 74-80) and announce the Scandalous Chakras, bond over making fun of people who talk on speaker phone in public places, their love of Dudley Moore and discover that they each have very different vacation styles while on cruises and are both really mediocre at dirty talk.
"I'm Sorry I Glossed Over the Threesome"
Jennifer and Dana cover Chapters 69-73, concluding Book Two. This epic episode brings back the bend and snap dance move while the girls extensively discuss body piercings, a funny fetus story, ladies who baby shower, and what you do when literally in Rome (spoiler alert: have sex).
"Random Acts of Sexness"
Jennifer and Dana cover Chapters 63-68 and express their dismay over being terrible at spray tans, recount the amazingly fun Scandalous Diamonds launch party, wonder whether Queen Elizabeth reads Jackie Collins and deliver a PSA about not dating married peaople.
"Leave Your Boundaries at the Door"
Jennifer and Dana cover Chapters 44 to the middle of Chapter 49 and chat about a whole town that doesn't understand consent, why the decent guys are either married or hiding, the power of ponchos, what's really inside those unmarked moving trucks and the incomparable hotness of Atticus Finch in To Kill a Mockingbird. The girls also offer their party attendance services as long as you pay all of their expenses.
“Bitch, I'm a Dermatologist!”
Jennifer and Dana cover Chapters 41-43 and discuss stalking a socialite in order to get her plastic surgeon's name, whether they would survive or thrive in prison, paranormal experiences while on vacation, preach about the beauty of chubby thighs, and agree that the best space movie ever made is Spaceballs.
“A Funny Feeling Where Her Bathing Suit Touches”
Jennifer and Dana cover Chapters 11 -17 and wonder if anything is legal in ‘Nam anymore. They discuss Paul Newman’s sexy looks and sexier salad dressings, pop-up Merle Haggard concerts, biker gangs and warn listeners to not throw their backs out booty groovin’ to the Scandalous Diamonds theme song.
Jennifer and Dana cover Chapters 1 & 2 of Jackie Collins' hit book American Star: A Love Story, where listeners will meet the two main characters. They put the "fun" in funerals, relive Jennifer's trauma of touching her dead grandmother who was embalmed to look like Lady Bird Johnson, and ponder the existence of Kentucky Fried Chicken outlets.
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