They say we're insane, but we don't care! This week, Peaches and Michael are putting on their cha-cha heels in celebration of 1974's FEMALE TROUBLE! In addition to discussing this groundbreaking film's commentary on the cult of celebrity, our hosts delve into its placement in the pantheon of John Waters' filmography. Joining the conversation is legendary Dreamlander Elizabeth Coffey Williams, who reflects on her time making FEMALE TROUBLE and PINK FLAMINGOS, as well as the trials, tribulations, and triumphs of blazing a queer cinema trail. Then, iconic artist Mister B Nation stops by to share how Dawn Davenport and the greater Waters oeuvre have continued to inspire him to create fabulous new works that speak to a lifetime of love for Baltimore's filthiest superstars. From meatball subs to Taffy's lack of mother love, this episode has it all! Go!
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