Podcast by Leyton Cassidy
THE BITCH GOES LIVE
NOTE: The sound quality on this is very poor due to technical difficulties. I am so sorry, and am working to mend it. If successful, I will upload a new episode!
I decided to take my wildly successful podcast on the road to a small theatre in midtown with three of my friends: Zach Lennon-Simon, Ayo Edebiri and Maggie Crane. We drank, we talking, we laughed, now you can listen to it on your phone. Oh technology!
Episode Nine -- Dante's Inferno Continued
What's up losers! Here is part two of the nightmare that is Dante's Inferno! It is going to be a blast and a half, plus you'll get a nice fall time cocktail recipe at the beginning. Buckle up btchs ;)
Episode Eight -- Drive Me To Hell
Hey what's up nerds, welcome back to the podcast. We are starting on the DANTE TRILOGY wowowow literally welcome to hell. We will make it fun together. Also I have a theme song now. Buckle up babes
Episode Seven -- The one where my mom wouldn't leave me alone!
Classic(s) Bitch is done with her summer hiatus! She was busy at a camp and was not allowed to swear there, but now she's back in the adult world, potty mouth a blaze. In this episode we meet her mom! And they talk about Caesar! Little Caesars. They really like affordable pizza.
Episode Six -- The let's take a break from Shakespeare and hang out with Liza phase
Here we are again, many weeks later, and we have a GUEST this time! Listen up friends cause we've got Liza talking about Joyce. Call your friends call your mom buckle up you lit babies!
Episode Five - The "I'm gonna write about a crazy boi called Hamlet" Phase
Welcome to episode 5! And the hot sweet mess that is me talking about Hamlet! There's not much more to say about it. Have fun f*****s!
Customer ReviewsSee All
Fun way to learn about classic literature without investing all the time of actually reading them. Thanks, Leyton!
Fun chatty take on the classics
Super fun podcast for literature lovers. Leyton is charming and fun in her analysis of literature. Not to mention passionate and astute in her analysis. Love it!