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The Divined Comedy
See you in Hell!
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February 07, 2018 05:37 PM PST

In which David and Paul ascend to the sun. Abandon all hope as they discuss the Stanley Hotel, ghosts vs. ghouls, Slimer's situation, safety meetings, the war on cash, the grandfather paradox, wives in Heaven, Thomas Aquinas, "celestial cross-pollination," and Paul loses a bet, like immediately. We’ll see you in Hell!
Theme song: "Hell on You" by An English Place

December 08, 2017 03:28 PM PST

In which David and Paul get weird. Abandon all hope as they discuss Reefer Madness, scandals, swaddling, newscasters, a soccer move, a wrestling move, bar industry security reform, My Darling Atlanta, a trip to the drive-in, sonic weaponry, Rahab, The Rock, and racism. We'll see you in Hell!

Theme song: "Hell on You" by An English Place

November 16, 2017 11:08 AM PST

In which David and Paul get into Charles "The Hammer" Martel. Abandon all hope as they discuss famous INFPs, inventive sauces, the wrong Charles Martel, the right Ernest Jones, and David gives Paul a personality test. We'll see you in Hell!

Theme song: "Hell on You" by An English Place

November 09, 2017 07:07 AM PST

In which David and Paul get back into it again! Abandon all hope as they discuss San Francisco, laugh tracks, MTV, "Andy Semitism," “the odds,” the Great Lakes, Mustache!, The Big Chill, a party in Pacifica, an encounter with a literary agent, a Borscht Belt bit, Bruce Banner, Blumenberg on Barabbas, and ostensibly, Dante. We’ll see you in Hell!
Theme song: "Hell on You" by An English Place

October 04, 2017 09:26 AM PDT

In which David and Paul get great. Abandon all hope as they discuss their latest exploits, a recent Koden Show at Creature Comforts Brewery, the word “Great,” Paul’s Affable Largesse, David’s Ostensible Fugue State, the Sassy Traffic Cop trope, the Birk and Sanders translation, more Rilke translations, Justinian, "McHammer,” more Family Matters, and David’s Mariachi Moment. We’ll see you in Hell!
Theme song: "Hell on You" by An English Place

September 08, 2017 11:20 AM PDT

In which David and Paul get lit(erary)! Abandon all hope as they discuss a recent wedding, a Braves game, an auto accident, Hamlet, Teodolinda Barolini's "Divine Pawn Shop," vows in Leviticus 27, Jephthah, Iphigenia and the Goddess of the Hunt, Plato's Timaeus, Stay Puft vs. John Jones, paralysis of choice, The Rock*A*Teens, Beatrice's beauty, and a Rilke poem for Labor Day. Don't turn your back on your boys! We'll see you in Hell!
Theme song: "Hell on You" by An English Place

August 24, 2017 12:17 PM PDT

In which David and Paul get eclipsed. Abandon all hope as they discuss the recent eclipse, bee stings, the Book of Daniel, sci-fi simulacra, “Ethical Quandaries,” times of the day, Ghostbusters, David’s recent Twitter exploits, absolute will vs. relative will, and ostensibly, Dante. We’ll see you in Hell!
Theme song: "Hell on You" by An English Place

August 17, 2017 01:00 PM PDT

In which David and Paul get back into it after a week off. Abandon all hope as they discuss Lake Lanier vs. Atlantis, Hawaiian shirts, Armageddon trivia, Paul's recent birthday dinner, Piccarda Donati, pint pots vs. quart pots, the days of the week, Seventh Heaven vs. Cloud Nine, and much more! We’ll see you in Hell!
Theme song: "Hell on You" by An English Place

August 03, 2017 09:49 AM PDT

In which David and Paul go to the moon! Abandon all hope as they discuss Big Money, Steely Dan, acclaimed lyricist Will Jennings, more leisure, birthdays, pool time, DeBarge, Toto Pandora, the moon landing, and ostensibly, Dante. We’ll see you in Hell!
Theme song: "Hell on You" by An English Place

July 26, 2017 08:10 PM PDT

In which David and Paul get into Paradiso with Keeley Fountain! Abandon all hope as they discuss an unexpected WWII anecdote in Baltimore, sundry fish, 80s villain attire and the leisure class, salmon shorts, Yacht Rock vs. Dad Rock, Escape the Room, and how Heaven works. We’ll see you in Heaven!
Theme song: "Hell on You" by An English Place

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