You're Wrong About podcast

You're Wrong About

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Mike tells Sarah about an impending conflict, a dissident singer and America's first internet-enabled cancellation. Digressions include "Freedom Fries" and 1990s record company shenanigans. The co-hosts harmonize for the first time; Mike struggles not to call the Chicks by their former name. Content note: This episode includes misogynistic, racist and fatphobic language. Support us:Subscribe on PatreonDonate on PaypalBuy cute merchWhere else to find us: Sarah's other show, Why Are Dads Mike's other show, Maintenance PhaseLinks!The Chicks' "Ready to Run" videoKaren Pittelman's "Another Country"James Dickerson’s “Dixie Chicks: Down-Home and Backstage”Elites, Masses, and Media Too Famous to Protest: Far-Right Online Community Bonding Over Collective Desecration of Colin Kaepernick, Fame, and Celebrity ActivismBlacklists: The Dixie Chicks Controversy Chicks in the WildernessChicks In the Line of FireThe Dixie Chicks Were Cancelled For Criticizing The President. Now, They’re Heroes.We’re Changing The Way We Do Business: A Critical Analysis Of The Dixie Chicks And The Country Music IndustryThe Country Connection: Country Music, 9/11, and the War on TerrorismFree Expression After September 11th: An Online IndexFreedom Under Fire: Dissent in Post-9/11 AmericaExploring Iraq War News Coverage and a New Form of CensorshipThe LSE's analysis of the Freedom Fries controversyDestroying The Dixie Chicks – Ten Years AfterAOC’s Anti-FansRacial Profiling And The War On Terror: Changing Trends And PerspectivesMan Eats Dogs: The Hot Dog Stands of Chicago Support the show (http://patreon.com/yourewrongabout)

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Love this podcast but please talk a bit slower!I am loving this podcast and currently making my way through all the episodes! I do found that Sarah and Mike talk so fast I sometimes wonder if there was a mistake in the recording and a button was pressed that speeds it up! Otherwise, I think it’s one of the best podcasts I’ve listened to!.Score: 5/5

Opinions not factsI wanted to like this podcast, I imagined it was going to be unbiased, but sadly not. I picked a couple of episodes and quite like the presentation style, but on the 2nd episode I sampled about obesity Michael states -"30% of overweight people are metabolically healthy whereas 24% of people that are not overweight are metabolically unhealthy". Immediate red flag. I have no idea if these percentages are true but to present them in a way to attempt to deliberately mislead is just poor journalism. Using the same data you could have said that "if you're overweight you're almost 3 times as likely to be metabolically unhealthy." Unsubscribed..Score: 2/5

Tired of white guiltIt’s a really interesting and well performed show, but I’m tired of insidious ‘white guilt’ being shoved down my throat. Sure, it’s fine to have a dialogue around history but the un-nuanced ‘jokes’ about how terrible white people are I think is tasteless and ill informed. It’s a very complex issue with a complex myriad historical context; this virtue signalling ruins an otherwise good show..Score: 2/5

The well of healing and atonement we all need to dip our toes in!When I'm feeling at my most self critical I imagine Sarah and Mike discussing my autobiography with compassion and understanding and it makes it feel better to not be the best possible version of myself right now. Witty and honest and important to listen to!.Score: 5/5

Love these twoI am probably the antithesis of your usual demographic. 60 year old Female, living in Rural England. But you know what I can’t wait until you release/upload/download/drop your next podcast. You are so good together and please let me know when you are next in the UK. You are most welcome to visit. Xxx.Score: 5/5

Fabulous.I am so happy I found this. I’m sick of the usual, boring podcast. Mick and Sarah are my type of peeps....come to the U.K, we need you!.Score: 5/5

Favourite PodCannot thank Sarah and Michael enough for You’re Wrong About. I cannot fault any of it, every episode is so great and so well put together and I very impatiently wait for new eps to be released..Score: 5/5

I love you guys!I’ve just binged this whole podcast and now I don’t know what to do with myself 😩.Score: 5/5

Schlocky but entertaining and informativeLove you guys. Just binged on the Diana series. Sometimes it takes an outsider’s point of view to give some perspective on a story that you think you know because you grew up with it. I can’t face watching The Crown but I do think you created a really well researched and, if I’m honest, a slightly schlocky but thoroughly entertaining and informative podcast. Lots of love from a real life UK fan. And I love it when you reference eating beans on toast while watching Eastenders..Score: 5/5

A great listen, eye opening!Both hosts are enjoyable to listen to and the episodes are always really interesting. So far highlights have been the Stanford prison experiment and going postal episodes. Highly recommend.Score: 5/5

I love this!This has quickly become my favourite podcast. I can’t get enough of it! Michael Hobbes and Sarah Marshall research each topic in detail and then skilfully communicate what they learn in such an intelligent and engaging way. Sometimes I’m not particularly interested in the subject matter but decide to give it a listen anyway... I end up riveted! It’s interesting, funny, intelligent and full of heart. They both seem like very compassionate people and I love that about this podcast..Score: 5/5

Easily my favourite podcastMichael and Sarah are an amazing duo. This is the podcast that got me into podcasts! I’ve learnt so much and I’m so grateful for the time, effort, care, research, and love you’ve put into this. Thank you so much!.Score: 5/5

Amusing but also inaccurateHave only listened to the Princess Diana episodes which, given the title of the podcast, ironically contains many errors (and no, your pronunciation ISN’T great, AT ALL!). Trevor Rees-Jones said himself he was wearing a seatbelt, and it was Prince Harry’s birthday shortly after Diana’s death, not William’s. Still, it made me laugh a lot and I will listen to other episodes but taking the ‘facts’ with a pinch of salt..Score: 3/5

Perfect companyThis was recommended by pandora and dolly on the high low and I just totally love every episode. Michael and Sarah now keep me company when I’m jogging or at work on my own. A few stand out high lights - the dingo episode when Sarah does an impression of the dingo carrying a bag, Uptown girl playing out a Diana episode, Lovetrain making Mike emotional and Sarah and Mike horrified after hearing how brutally the children of the Russian royal family were killed wondering how it was a plot for a Disney movie ..Score: 5/5

So goodFavourite podcast! So, so good - thank you for all of your fascinating episodes.Score: 5/5

Brilliant findRecently discovered whilst in UK Lockdown and am hooked. Such a great podcast, I keep recommending it to everyone!.Score: 5/5

Enjoyable but annoying hostsLove the podcast but both hosts have to stop with the constant ‘huh’ and ‘hmph’ throughout..Score: 4/5

Finally, some insightThere are so many dreadful pop-culture podcasts with wafer-thin analysis and zero original thought - this is not one!! Finally, some hosts who have true insight, do their research, and freely exchange ideas about misinterpreted cultural touchstones in a witty and engaging way. Sarah Marshall’s horrendous vocal fry is my only gripe - content-wise, this is brilliant..Score: 5/5

Absolutely fascinating work!The series on the DC Snipers had amazing research and analysis and insights. Absolutely fascinating work! 👏🤓.Score: 5/5

Favourite guilty pleasure!I absolutely LOVE Sarah & Michael - they have fantastic chemistry and you literally feel like you are hanging out with your two most entertaining friends for an hour or two ... they are exceptionally funny, razor sharp and reassuringly normal! They are happy company for lockdown walks, and they have definitely made 2020/21 far more survivable. Thank you - please keep the episodes coming! Note: the Princess Diana eps will be even more amusing to UK listeners. The American view of upper class Britain is alive and well ;-).Score: 5/5

GreatI’ve really enjoyed this podcast, sometimes purely because of the presenters chemistry. I’ve felt I’ve learned a lot about a range of topics and have laughed a lot during the podcasts. Both presenters have a great analysis style and are extremely witty - I wish I could be as quick! I admit that I do sometimes get tired of the ‘white privilege’ references, but you can’t have it all. Well worth a listen - even though you may not agree with all they say, it will certainly make you think and give you many laughs. Just great. Thanks..Score: 5/5

Funny and informativeWish I found this in lockdown #1 but happy to have found it so I can binge it from start to finish. I loved the Monica / Impeachment episodes and was hooked. Thank you guys for all the research that goes into it each episode.Score: 5/5

Look forward to this every weekInformative, laugh out loud funny, love this podcast.Score: 5/5

Fantastic young DuoI came to this podcast late from a recommendation on Twitter. I am working my way through the back catalogue of weekly topics. Funny, Irreverent, well researched, insightfully explored and unapologetically Liberal, I am enjoying the series so much. As a Brit and therefore not that familiar with many of the issues discussed, this is a great listen for anyone wanting a crash course in recent American social history. I may even buy the t-shirt..Score: 5/5

Love YWA!Such a great podcast, clever, kind and insightful. Is it just me though, or is it really hard to figure out the order of the OJ episodes?!.Score: 5/5

Best discovery of the year!There is just so much to love about this podcast. The in-depth diving Mike and Sarah do on their topics. Their genuine passion for learning and debunking popular myths about history. And the genuine connection in their conversation - listening in is an introvert’s dream!!.Score: 5/5

The little details are importantI heard about the Diana episodes so gave them a go. The whole 'Brits are weird' was amusing at first (and it was hard not to agree at times) but soon it became sloppy. When the hosts started laughing about the Household Cavalry or the royals attending 'colour the troop' I began to actively dislike them. I understand that the words Trooping the Colour may sound odd to an American, but it and the cavalry are only casually mentioned so a simple google was all that was needed. The hosts, who profess to be journalists, should know that the little details are important because if you can't get them right how on earth are they meant to get the big stuff right? Don't arrogantly call your podcast You're Wrong About and then be this lazy..Score: 2/5

Well researched and charming hostsFinally, a podcast that does extensive research on a topic before speaking about it! mike and sarah are charming and funny especially together, so i find myself laughing along with them. they do so much research and apply critical thinking to every topic they discuss and it’s super refreshing. recommend this pod to anyone who wants to understand the world a little bit better. thank you and keep it up!.Score: 5/5

I love this podcastThis is the first podcast I’ve really gotten into and I love it. Michael and Sarah are excellent hosts and I come away feeling like I’ve learnt a lot and on many levels. Thank you both for your wonderful work :).Score: 5/5

Love it so much I got the T-shirt🤎🤍🖤💙💚💛🧡❤️.Score: 5/5

Interesting and funny - love this podcast!I love this podcast, I have learnt a lot about the US - I loved the Diana episodes and am loving working my way through. I love the presenting and the way Sarah and Michael really get to the nitty gritty of the topics. Looking forward to more!.Score: 5/5

Smug, Patronising, Wrong, PrejudicedThe topics seemed to be very superficially researched and the presenters are irritating and self-satisfied. There is decent content & some entusiasm but it is obscured by far too much: 1.Main presenter – can’t wait to tell you how clever she is and spouts facts as if the audience would be unable to check anything. 2.Supporting presenter - seems to have woken up out of a coma having lost the use of large parts of her brain. Her only job being to gasp and comment approvingly without seeming to know anything whatsoever about the topic being covered. 3.The subtext of a lot of the narration is entitled anti-white, anti-British, anti-straight. Ironically mirroring exactly the same prejudices that are being complained about. Interesting “Facts” We Didn’t Learn 4.Disco – “the term was first used in New York in early 1970s.” Errr no it wasn’t. It was already in use in Paris France in the 1940s to describe underground jazz clubs where records were played in preference to bands playing. There was also a nightclub in London which opened in 1963 called The Discotheque which was abbreviated to The Disco where records were played. 5.1st Disco Hit - Gloria Gaynor never can say goodbye (Oct 74). Let’s ignore the fact that this was a cover version of the Jackson 5 hit from 1971. Rock Your Baby (Jul 74), Love Train (72), Zing Went Strings Trammps (72), Soul Makossa (72) all have stronger and earlier claims. 6. 1st Reality TV Show – “Survivor USA 2000”. No! An American Family in 1973..Score: 2/5

Interesting at FirstI started listening to this podcast in 2020, I've listened to most of the podcast episode but I'm slowly starting to lose interest... Sarah and Michael clearly have a lot of chemistry and do a great job at presenting each episode. But I really hate the way they split subjects up into shorter podcasts, sporadically do random episodes in between and some episodes are not as well researched or well presented as others. The white guilt is also a problem that I can't bare to listen to anymore as well..Score: 4/5

My favourite podcast in the worldI love you both. I’d recommend everyone to check you out.Score: 5/5

Always so interesting!This podcast is always so interesting, even if you didn’t know any of the background to the subject before you listened. Sarah and Michael manage to find a great balance in explaining enough background, not assuming everyone already knows things, but not giving the game away. Please keep it coming!.Score: 5/5

Excellent podcastI just love this podcast, wonderfully informative and entertaining. Love from London!.Score: 5/5

Funny and revealingI came for the subject matter but stayed for the honesty, humour and well-observed insights into human relationships!.Score: 5/5

I love thisI have had to alter so many of my views. A force of good in the world. Beautifully researched and presented. Very disappointed with the Megan Markle bonus episode which seemed very one sided and not researched so well, it you can’t have everything. Love this podcast..Score: 5/5

FantasticThis podcast is amazing - so many interesting topics that I thought I knew a lot about, but I learn so much from every episode. Super funny too!.Score: 5/5

You’re not wrong - this is great!The enjoyment Sarah and Mike have in digging into the details is infectious. I love their company and almost feel like I could join in with their reminiscing..Score: 5/5

LOVEThis podcast is amazing! All of the discussions are refreshingly empathetic, in stark comparison to classic click-bait style debunking. Always able to bring massive issues down to a human level, with very well explained context and larger political implications. Have found it a perfect companion to working from home during the never ending UK lockdown. Thank you!.Score: 5/5

My new favourite podcastI love being right and now finally someone is doing all the research for me, I love both the hosts too both engaging and funny. Thanks..Score: 5/5

OJ SeriesI originally was absolutely loving this series and binged it. However, there is a lot of unnecessary information about people who we don’t need to have all of this information on. I’m getting bored and can feel myself not finishing it. Could have been done in a 6 part instead of 10+ like it is likely to be. Way too much unneeded info..Score: 4/5

LOVE this podcastI adore the presenters and love the way they discuss different topics. The OJ Simpson and Diana series have been my favs... I love hearing their opinions and facts I didn’t know... just a great podcast x.Score: 5/5

Great podcastIn fact, the best! Witty, informative and funny. I love it. It’s the only podcast I’ve become a patron of, just to support them and make sure they keep going. Lots of twaty twatersons bitching nonsense about vocal fry 🥱. Grow up and get over it. 😉.Score: 5/5

An “I was lied to” moment in each episodeYou’re Wrong About got me through deepest darkest covid lockdown winter - for that, I am forever grateful. I love learning about all the 90’s garbage that was fed to me by mass media. Sarah and Mike’s rapport is a delight, and as an American in London who works towards World Bike Domination™️ I appreciate Mike’s subtle comments about car culture and cycle lanes and Brexit - OH MY 💕.Score: 5/5

The bestYou guys have given me so much happy, intellectual relief from the rest of the world, thanks for these amazing, smart podcasts!.Score: 5/5

Lockdown Hero’sSarah and Mike have kept me sane during these lockdown days. Teaching me about historical events I had never been aware of, as well as correcting my vague memories of childhood news stories. Beautifully researched and celebrating a geeky predisposition. They flawlessly mix the darkest of topics with comedy, whilst staying compassionate to all the subjects they look at. Thanks for just being yourselves!.Score: 5/5

Fantastic podcastSome truly enlightening moments and brilliantly researched, giving the true tale behind the well known not so known stories.Score: 5/5

Waiting for the 10-part Britney Spears specialSarah and Mike helped me get through 2020, when I just couldn’t watch the news anymore. I’ll look forward to finding out what happened in 2020 - did Bernie win? - when Sarah and Mike cover it in an episode in a few years’ time. Until then, I’ll continue to binge the You’re Wrong About archive. I especially loved the Dianna and OJ episodes. I’m waiting for the 10-part Britney Spears special. Surely Jessica Simpson was a warmup. Thank you, Sarah and Mike, for reading all those celebrity biographies so I don’t have to..Score: 5/5

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IncredibleReally interesting and well researched..Score: 5/5

I love these humansI thought the class of highly socially educated and relatable millennial introvert types I’d grown up admiring on tumblr had been lost to me, amongst ranks of bad twitter hot takes and the insufferableness of my closer in age zoomer peers that I’m always lumped in with as a late 90’s baby.... but no. Somehow, some way, these two veterans of early internet bullsht, conspiracy and comradeship found their way to my ear holes, and for that, I am grateful. Thank you for your service, and Godspeed..Score: 5/5

Love it!This quickly became one of my faves! Interesting and engaging. Feel like I’ve learned so much..Score: 5/5

It’s been funI’ve listened to every single episode. I’d love to continue listening to this show, but honestly the massive moral blindspot when it comes to non-human animals is so aggravating at times that I think I’m going to have to disengage. It’s just depressing that people so thoroughly compassionate towards humans are ONLY that, and that’s not enough. Please consider doing a You’re Wrong About veganism episode—see if Earthling Ed will come on, or Christopher Sebastian McJetters, or any of the horde of wonderful vegan (not plant-based) activists out there? I’ll miss you. I’ll check back. But you’re wrong about veganism, and sweeties, it’s the future. Peace..Score: 3/5

Interesting without being boringLike listening to two friends intelligently discuss important people and ideas. I love their banter and Sarah’s analogies are epic..Score: 5/5

New faveThis podcast RULES! As someone who typically listens to true crime podcasts to fuel my anxiety spirals, this podcast is a debunking miracle. The hosts are so amazing at bringing out all the nuance of each story and providing super refreshing perspectives..Score: 5/5

Good but can’t listen anymoreI love history, I wish there was more good history podcasts. I love what their trying to do here. I like the events/subjects they decide to cover, the research is good and it keeps you entertained. But I can’t love this podcast, because this podcast apparently hates me. I don’t understand why the host has to insert a “white man is bad” rhetoric every couple of sentences. It not only feels out of place most of the time, but it also hurts. Tired of the sectarianism, of the labels, I’m just a human being..Score: 1/5

My desert island podcastIf I was stranded on a desert island and could only ever listen to 1 podcast, this would be it. Not only is the content always informative and entertaining, but also the delivery is amazing. I feel like Michael and Sarah could talk about any topic and I would be engaged all the way through it..Score: 5/5

Good information AND analysisWhat I love most about this show is that it digs in with lots of information, includes context, and provides loads of analysis. Sarah and Michael don't just present you with a conclusion and expect you to believe it; they walk you through everything. There are (rare) times where I don't agree with their perspective, but I always understand how they came to it. It took me almost six months to catch up on the archive, and it was worth every minute..Score: 5/5

Awesome podcast!I’ve listened and loved the podcast for a while now, but the last two episodes on political correctness were two of the best. Full of detailled and verified facts, put in the proper context, with the right touch of outrage and bitting humour. Great work!.Score: 5/5

Yassss so glad I found this podcastI love the mix of wit with truly intelligent research and arguments. You’ve made topics that I would otherwise pass over, really interesting!.Score: 5/5

Truly will make you a better personListening to this podcast will make you a more critical consumer of media and compassionate person. They don’t so much debunk (that word seems too short and final) as show that the information we receive through the game of telephone or culture is warped, diluted, twisted and passes through lenses of assumption or prejudice. Michael and Sarah act as our brilliant but dorky sociology profs and guide us to retrace and re-examine the information that got lost along the way. They just do it via stories of American pop culture!.Score: 5/5

Favourite Podcast of All Pods!Sarah and Michael have become my (and probably many others’) BFFs throughout this pandemic time. This podcast is so well researched and the two hosts provide such nuanced and reflective discussions while also including great banter. Recommend!!.Score: 5/5

Listen to this podcast!!!Such a funny, smart and comforting podcast. I am obsessed and highly recommend!!!.Score: 5/5

Impossibly delightfulMichael’s research is incredibly thoughtful and thorough; Sarah is so brilliant and funny. Both are so consistently decent and kind. This show is one of those rare pods of gold at the end of the podcasting rainbow. (Maybe just an occasional more cheerful topic?) Anyway, all the stars!.Score: 5/5

My new BFFsI discovered this podcast for the first time about a month ago and I haven’t stopped listening since! I am always looking to expand my knowledge and learn but what Mike and Sarah really have really done for me is bring perspective and insight into the human side of celebrities and people in general. We need so much more of this awareness in our world. An added bonus is that it feels like you’re hanging out with two really good friends with whom you could talk for hours and lose track of time. Thank you both for all of your hard work and dedication!.Score: 5/5

Disappointed.I was enjoying this podcast and truly appreciated the concept, but I made it halfway through the OJ Simpson/Nicole Brown Simpson episode before I had to switch it off. I was so utterly disappointed by the apologist rhetoric. I absolutely understand avoiding using dehumanizing language to speak about an individual, but this extended far beyond that. The host went as far as to say she “felt bad” for him, and that kind of stance taken in response to holding an abuser/murderer accountable for their actions is wildly detrimental. I can’t believe that in a podcast episode supposedly centering on the story of a woman murdered and mutilated by her abusive partner, we’re still expected to adhere to the “hurt people hurt people” mentality that keeps so many people in terribly abusive dynamics. This episode was supposed to finally bring Nicole Brown Simpson’s full humanity into the spotlight, but instead it brought up the same wretched shame I experienced when I was initially processing my own abusive relationship and had my experience diminished by people who insisted I’d just been tangled up with a “complicated, hurt man.” Such an irresponsible take. I’m incredulous..Score: 1/5

So good!Seriously. They explore the half remembered scandals, controversies and celebs from your childhood and put them into context..Score: 5/5

Please listen!This is my favourite podcast, I’ve been listening for years and it never fails to impress or wow me. It’s literally made me a better, more empathetic person!! Michael and Sarah are the best!!.Score: 5/5

Newsies episodesSomeone who loves newsies as much as me! Stumbled on your podcast and saw a newsies one- hearing you talk about the movie with such love made me so happy. Now listening to all the episodes to show appreciation..Score: 5/5

Two wonderful souls 🆘Every single podcast is top notch. Sara, I relate to every thought you post or utter lol and Michael you’re wonderful but that podcast on Obesity really moved me profoundly. Thank you so much for your insights and level of understanding that helped me release that I had a fat guilt cloud that I didn’t even realize was also part of me. 🙌🙌 I’ve slammed through all your eps and look forward to every other Monday! ♥️.Score: 5/5

All I can say is ... wowAmazingly thoughtful coverage of topics that have been relegated to skin-deep coverage over the decades. The other side is truly fascinating. My new favourite podcast..Score: 5/5

Hating on vocal fry is misogynistic and homophobicHating on vocal fry is misogynistic and homophobic. “Like” is a legitimate form of conversational expression ... if you’re feeling uptight and judgey about vocal fry and “like” in conversation, you might consider why... Anyway! I love this podcast. Please don’t lose the vocal fry or “like”s. I am here/queer for it..Score: 5/5

Never change the show nameBecause of recommendations I listened to two more episodes and there were still things they were not just slightly wrong but completely wrong . I do not enjoy this show.Score: 1/5

Keep it up!These two are the best. What a world it would be if there were more people as compassionate and understanding as Sarah and Michael. So many great episodes and didn’t know how attached I would become to Jessica Simpson after learning about what was going on in her life behind the scenes. I love all the episodes but that series was one of my favourites for sure. I was born just a couple of years before Sarah and so the re-telling of the stories of all the “maligned women of the 90s” has been very therapeutic for me as I was a young girl raised primarily by a television during this era. This podcast has helped me understand where many of my weird fears and beliefs came from and is helping me reframe. Much love to you both. 🥰.Score: 5/5

Didn’t know how much I didn’t know.I’m a Gen Xer who had no idea the sheer volume of things I was wrong about. Obsessed with this podcast!!!.Score: 5/5

Great podcastI love this podcast , very cool stories, and very true to the title. I lean towards Mikes episodes, they seem a little more well researched . Trust me ...I am no conservatist but sometimes Sarah’s views get in the way of the direction of the story...and...I don’t mean to rag on her...but her little moans in agreement or disappointment when Mike relays a stat at slowly driving insane....Score: 4/5

My fave podI love Sarah & Mike. Sometimes I go into a podcast thinking I won’t be interested in the topic and guess what... I’m WRONG ABOUT IT. They always hook me, I’m always very invested in the topic or person being covered, and I learn so much. And Sarah’s random metaphors are my favourite thing ever. Protect these two at all costs..Score: 5/5

Amazing!Mondays are the highlight of my week because I can listen to a new episode of You’re Wrong About. I love the banter between Mike and Sarah! They are so informed on the topics they speak about and they always make their episodes so entertaining! I love you guys!!!.Score: 5/5

I Love this PodcastSarah and Michael are the best. They present information in an interesting, lighthearted, empathetic, humorous, critical and thorough manner. Everything you could ask for! I always feel smarter after finishing an episode..Score: 5/5

You’re wrong about vocal fryI’ve been listening to this podcast for a couple years now, and I finally figured out why it stands out and why re-listening to episodes isn’t boring. Whatever topic Sarah and Mike are discussing, they let people be people. They never fall into the trope of dividing history into good and bad characters, instead they dig into who people were and what happened to them and how those things influence their actions. Basically the moral of this podcast is ‘you’re wrong about things because you tried to simplify the human experience’..Score: 5/5

INSANELY GOODI just listened to the Exxon episode. Their insight and discourse is so good..Score: 5/5

The podcast we need AND deserveI started listening to odd episodes recommended by a friend and got hooked. I’ve gone back to the beginning to listen in chronological order and have been listening to one or two per day fairly consistently for weeks, sometimes getting through six episodes a in a day. I cannot get enough of Sarah and Michael’s insight and humour and commend the work they have put into it..Score: 5/5

Very funGreat show, but Sarah’s voice is hard to listen to.Score: 5/5

Fun and informativeThey’ve made a few claims that I think are questionable, but for the most part, this show dispels myths and talks about the thing that’s missing from day to day news coverage: the larger social and political context..Score: 4/5

UnsureThey definitely add way to much of their own personal opinions into the podcast. I found the Monica Lewinsky episode very frustrating, not to take away her agency, but how do you not see the power imbalance between the PRESIDENT of the US and a white house intern? They do nothing but blame Monica for their affair.Score: 2/5

AmazingFunny, smart, well researched..Score: 5/5

I’m addicted to this podcast.I love their topics, their tone, their feminist angle, their humor, everything..Score: 5/5

Good, but painfully AmericanI love the podcast, and the hosts are super compelling. But I can’t help but cringe when they’re so very uneducated about any other country’s history other than their own. If you don’t know much about the French or Russian revolutions, I’d really rather not hear your uneducated opinion on it (like when Sarah downplayed Rasputin’s predation). I really only like the show when you guys stick to what you know, but American ignorance/failed education is not a good look when you wear it so boldly..Score: 4/5

Entertaining & EngagingI have listened to the entire catalogue and I adore the two hosts. They are clever, intelligent, and bring a much-needed perspective to a number of social issues. I have enjoyed their longer dives into the O.J. Simpson trial, Jessica Simpson, Nancy Grace, and the Michelle Remembers book. I look forward to each new episode!.Score: 5/5

Informative and fun!Love this podcast! Michael and Sarah are both so smart and funny. You can tell that they put so much work into this and really do their research. I feel so much smarter after listening and I find myself saying “Well actually...” a lot when the topics they have covered come up in conversation..Score: 5/5

Hands Down Best Podcast!!!I have no words. Michael and Sarah have an amazing chemistry; I want them to be my BFFs! Growing up in northern New Brunswick Canada in the 90s (the true armpit of Canada!), I didn’t care about most of the people / stories at the time. I’m 40 now and as an ADULT adult, I’m loving the nostalgia and “wow, I never knew!” moments. I ploughed through Sarah’s deep dive into OJ, then Michael’s into the DC sniper. Loved Tonya Harding, Anna Nicole, and I am laughing out loud to the Quarentine book club. Thank you both so much. I have never given to a podcast on Patrion before (and I’ve loved some other podcasts pretty hard), but you are 100% getting me through isolation! You’ve earned it. (And I really want a Marcia Clark something!) Thank you. A million times thank you..Score: 5/5

Sympathetic and relatable academiaSarah and Michael do an amazing job of exploring media bias all while tackling their own preconceived ideas. They make sure to back up their claims with reputable sources and are able to support any ideas or interpretations of events with credible evidence. While doing all of this, they are funny, authentic, and purely enjoyable..Score: 5/5

Amazing podcast!One of the best podcasts out there. However it needs to spare us from any new episode on the O.J. trial. Having a bit of an overdose..Score: 5/5

Great!100% recommend, as a thirteen year old who enjoys going down rabbit holes about historic events and etc I enjoy this podcast. I would die if they did a episode about the Chicago Seven or Abbie Hoffman,it would be so good!.Score: 5/5

Such a treat!I adore this podcast. I love the topics they choose and I like hearing Mike and Sarah’s opinions. I feel like they are my friends at this point 😂. Keep up the great work!.Score: 5/5

All the stars!This podcast deserves all the stars. I adore the hosts, legit want to be their best friends. I LOVE the amount of research that goes into each topic. I love their language around difficult subjects like mental health and domestic violence. I love the way they humanize everyone, even when my gut reaction is “this person doesn’t deserve it” because they do! And it’s great to be reminded of that. I can not say enough good things..Score: 5/5

Pretty goodHit or miss to me, I think sometimes their own politics get in the way of good analysis like the Elias Gonzalez episode is unlistenable to me. Its just a very surface level liberal analysis..Score: 3/5

Sure wrong about a lot of scienceLook, I understand you aren’t scientists or academics but when you “report” that women’s testosterone increases by 700% when consuming alcohol doesn’t it make your critical thinking muscle flinch? At least a little bit? Just...try a bit more would you? Think about the things you say and try to falsify it not just play into some confirmation bias and sound bites..Score: 1/5

Fun, funny, smart and informative!Right from the first episodes I knew that You’re Wrong About was funny and interesting. It took me a few episodes to fully appreciate how intelligent, well informed and educated the hosts are. They speak in a casual manner and tone but what they say is spot on..Score: 5/5

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YayThese two make me so happy i will listen to them talk about a n y t h i n g.Score: 5/5

How dare you make me think.This is my absolute favorite podcast. Shut up both of you, but please don’t..Score: 5/5

BAD Grammar distracter!!!I’d love to give this the five stars it deserves except that the horrendous mis-use of him and her, as in ‘Him and her were lovers” is like nails on a chalkboard. I know that’s dating me already——-but please, check out how to get it right, and why it’s SO wrong. When I hear Mike respond with her inaccurate pronouns, I can’t hear the content of what she’s saying, I’m so de-railed by it. Another distracter: He could have went....... pullleeeeze! Great energy on the show, insightful comments, clear sequencing and descriptors so those of us not using any visuals can follow along easily. Please clean up the grammar, and you’ll be golden! Thanks.Score: 3/5

Sorry I have to go.Sorry I have to go. I loved this show as an escape from politics coming from every direction. Now that the show has become political I have to leave. I feel like I have been entrapped I loved the humor and I really related to both the hosts. If I want politics I will tune into the news. A warning in the description would be helpful..Score: 2/5

Subscribe and give yourself a giftBrilliant hosts, well-researched, insightful, and hilarious. I started with the Diana series because I never really understood her influence and I’m so glad I did. Kitty Genovese episode is also so good and enlightening, as is Anna Nicole Smith. This podcast has changed the way I think about the world and the stories we are told, while making me laugh out loud..Score: 5/5

Run Away FastThe Political Correctness episode may be the single worst podcast episode I’ve ever listened to. It was stupid, boring and flat out wrong..Score: 1/5

If you don’t love me at my Exxon ValdezYou don’t deserve me at my Tonya Harding.Score: 5/5

I’ve Learned So MuchWell researched, insightful, and thoughtful. the hosts’ personalities are wonderful and fun to listen to. a great podcast for teaching about the pitfalls of oversimplification using fluffy and serious topics alike..Score: 5/5

Very entertaining and informativeI love listening to Sarah and Michael talk. It’s a good mixture of curiosity, sarcasm, and,of course, information. Definitely a nice break from true crime podcasts and political divisiveness..Score: 5/5

Love the O.J. Deep Dive!Love this podcast and wanted to pushback on those tired of O.J. episodes, LOL! Keep those episodes coming!!!.Score: 5/5

This podcast ruined my relationshipI listened to the Diana podcast with my boyfriend in the car and then a few weeks later he broke up with me. I found out later that he was cheating, and now I think the Diana podcast is what spurred his decision to leave me after hearing how angry I was that she was being cheated on by Charles. Without You’re Wrong About I may have never found out, and I might still be being cheated on. 6 out of 5 thank you for reminding me men are trash <3.Score: 5/5

Favorite PodcastAfter devouring OJ and Princess Diana, I did a deep dive into the stand alone episodes and have absolutely loved each one. Would love to see these two do a live show sometime soon!.Score: 5/5

Favorite podcastThis is my favorite podcast, hands down. There are days when I listen to 3-4 episodes. I absolutely adored the deep dive into Jessica Simpson. The Stonewall and Kitty Genovese episodes were also major highlights. This podcast has changed how I look at the world. Sarah has introduced me to more empathy, more compassion, especially for people who are incarcerated or otherwise seen as disposable. Michael is also so caring and I love hearing his experiences interviewing people. Informative, meaningful, funny... I never want this podcast to end..Score: 5/5

Life changingIt seems dramatic, but they really have changed my life and way of thinking. I love this podcast, the hosts, I love how one doesn’t know what the topic is so that when I realize I WAS wrong about something one of the hosts is shocked right along with me. Please never stop what you’re doing, you’re podcast keeps me going. Youre Brilliant writers and humans.Score: 5/5

Wonderful!This is my absolute favorite podcast! I listen to it every chance I get and now when I find something that I can’t believe I hear Michael Hobbs saying “Oh my gaaaaahd” and I love it! I love learning new things and I learn something every time I listen to Michael and Sarah. Their chemistry is unmatched and I love their tangents and banter, because that’s how I converse too. I feel like they’re my friends and I don’t even know them. 💜.Score: 5/5

I get too excited when a new episode drops!I looove this podcast. These two make me laugh, make me feel like I am learning something and there are many days while I’m walking listening to them and stop to say, what the f?!k? When I see this come up as new on my library, I squeal with delight and take an extra long walk with the dog. Thank you so much for these gems. I keep going back to listen again!.Score: 5/5

SO GoodIt took me awhile to get into the podcast, but have grown to love it! I bounced around to different episodes I thought sounded interesting but by the time I got to the Princess Diana miniseries I was fully hooked. Well researched, interesting, and with just the right amount of humor sprinkled in - I highly recommend this show..Score: 5/5

I just listened to the Citadel. I live in CharlestonThis was so much bigger than you made it. This was “The War of Northern Aggression” big. (Which was also started in Charleston by Citadel cadets [email protected]!ing around the canons and fireed on Fort Sumpter. Also, they would make her sing “Dixie”..Score: 5/5

Fantastic deconstruction seriesA fantastic sociological deconstruction podcast but in highly accessible language and tone. I adore this podcast and I’ve learned a ton of important and just plain old interesting stuff. Y’all are the best <3.Score: 5/5

Loving this podcast!I have been binging this podcast for a few weeks now. Laughing out loud on the streets of NY is not at all embarrassing..Score: 5/5

Consistently awesomeI’m obsessed with this show. Mike and Sarah feel like good friends and always have fascinating discussions. I love learning about history with their guidance and I appreciate how well-researched the show is. It’s even ad-free!.Score: 5/5

OJ series filled with lies & misrepresentationsIf Nicole and Ron were black, would there be an extensive series devoted to their murders? Doubt it. Here are some facts Sarah and Michael, the epitome of white liberals (stanning white feminist Marcia Clark, giving genocidal racist Mark Fuhrman a pass, reinforcing the black brute narrative, insulting the jury’s intelligence) won’t share: Denise Pilnak was a neighbor of Nicole’s. Her telephone bill shows she was on the phone from 10:25 PM & 10:28 PM. Prior to making this phone call, she & her friend noted how quiet the neighborhood was. Several minutes later between 10:33 & 10:35 PM, she testified that’s when she began to hear the sound of a barking dog, the time of the murders. Allan Park testified to seeing OJ near the front door of the Rockingham estate at 10:55 PM, & his telephone records also document that. That leaves less than 25 minutes for OJ to commit the murders, drive back home, get rid of the evidence, etc. Both Nicole & Ron had defensive wounds. Ron in particular was in hand to hand combat and even kicked out at his killer. OJ had no injuries indicating he was in this kind of struggle. The cut on his finger wasn’t seen by anyone who interacted with him at the airport, on the airplane ride to Chicago, or when he immediately landed in Chicago. This includes people who got autographs from him, shook hands with him, & observed his hands. A broken glass & bloody towel were found in his hotel room & it was documented he asked for a bandage at the hotel. The FBI searched all of OJ’s & Nicole's credit card records & found no receipt belonging to either of them that showed a purchase of Bruno Magli shoes. Every store that sold the shoes in the country was searched, & they couldn't find anyone who sold him the shoes. The National Enquirer photos that came out in the civil trial show OJ wearing suede shoes on a rainy day & don’t match the weather conditions of the football game. Furthermore, it was found that the shoe soles said to be OJ's footprint were more popular than the prosecution maintained, the manufacturer sold the pattern to numerous shoe lines. 1.5 millimeters of OJ’s blood went missing from its vial. Thanos Peratis, the nurse who withdrew OJ’s blood, initially testified that he withdrew 8 millimeters. He took that back when only 6.5 appeared & the prosecution suggested he was mistaken. In 2004 he admitted to William Dear that he was certain he withdrew 8 millimeters because it was the amount he had drawn from patients all of his career, but he was close to retirement & had health issues so he didn’t want to cause any trouble. Phillip Vannatter had the blood vials of OJ, Nicole, and Ron in his possession for several hours before booking them into evidence. The DNA results of the sock in OJ’s bedroom was reported before testing had even been done on it. The blood on the sock also seeped all the way through the sock as if there was no foot in it and had traces of EDTA. The Bundy glove contained none of OJ’s DNA. The Rockingham glove only contained his DNA in the area where Collin Yamauchi testified to spilling OJ's reference blood sample while handling it. An identical knit cap matching the knit cap found at the crime scene was discovered inside Nicole’s house. Those caps most likely belonged to Sydney and Justin Simpson. Mark Fuhrman referred to himself as Nicole’s private cop around the West LA division before the murders & was heard bragging about seeing her boob job according to a LAPD Internal Affairs investigation. A broken piece of fence and a blue plastic evidence bag were found at Rockingham, both entered into evidence. An anonymous source within the LAPD contacted journalist Stephen Singular in August of 1994 & told him Fuhrman used the broken piece of fence to lift up one of the gloves & transported it to Rockingham in a blue plastic evidence bag, among other things. John Meraz & William Blasini encountered the Bronco at the lot where it had been impounded days after the murders. They both looked inside it for blood & testified they saw none. There was also only 1/8th of one drop of blood ever found inside it. LAPD technicians lifted 17 fingerprints from the crime scene & none of them matched OJ. If you listen to the full 911 call, OJ is yelling about drugs & hookers being in the house. Nicole told Sgt. Lally that OJ hadn’t hit her in 4 years when he questioned her. After the 1989 beating, OJ added an addendum to their prenuptial agreement which stated that if he struck her again, she would’ve been entitled to a settlement of 5+ million dollars. OJ wasn't scheduled to be in LA during that week. He had been busy working & made a last minute decision to come back for Sydney's recital. Video taken of him afterwards shows him in a good mood, kissing his kids & the Brown’s goodbye. Nicole told her mother OJ would always be her soulmate while they were eating dinner at Mezzaluna. Sydney was planning to have a sleepover that night with one of her friends. According to family and friends who attended the recital and dinner, OJ was aware of this. Committing a murder with the possibility of having the kids hurt or things getting out of control, in addition to having a flight to catch, doesn’t make sense. Christian Reichardt spoke with OJ on the phone an hour before the murders & testified he sounded relaxed and jovial. After the bodies were discovered, Sydney told the police she heard Nicole fighting & crying with Faye Resnick on the phone earlier that night. Brett Cantor ran a nightclub called The Dragonfly where Ron worked for him & Nicole liked to frequent. He was stabbed to death and nearly decapitated in 1993. Judge Ito ruled the defense team could review his case. His murder remains unsolved. Michael Nigg was friends with Ron and also worked at the Mezzaluna restaurant. He was shot in the head in 1995 after refusing to give his money to men outside an ATM. The men who shot him didn't end up taking his money. His murder remains unsolved..Score: 1/5

Talk about misinformation...Maybe you’re “loosing” the “older” people in your life to Fox News because they are wiser, have lived longer and seen much more than you. Just maybe there’s a lot more going on this world than your narrow mind can see and understand. History is doomed to repeat itself. Just maybe those that lived through war, The Cold War, Depression, Recession, the effects of Socialism and Communism know where this country is headed because of the disinformation that your generation have been fed a steady diet of. I just can’t with this podcast. I welcome listening to views that are different than mine and laughing at myself or the funny side of my political views but that’s when it’s actually funny. I’m open to listening to differing views when there’s a legitimate argument, if the speaker has actually researched both sides and can actually make an intelligent argument. This podcast...not so much. You won’t see it now because you can’t but mark my words someday you will look back and realize why 12 million people voted for Trump. Do your research and open your mind..Score: 1/5

My favorite podcast!They are so entertaining and educating at the same time. I love it!.Score: 5/5

Great blend of recent history with contemporary commentaryThe hosts complement each other very well. The topics are well researched and explained thoroughly. I extremely appreciate what the two are doing for maligned women throughout history (the Tonya Harding episodes are heartbreaking and poignant)..Score: 5/5

Why I love podcastsPodcasts like this are why I’m such a fanboy of the format. YWA has charismatic hosts, excellent topics, and I always learn something new. So yeah, this podcast is freaking great..Score: 5/5

These song????I. Must. Know. Your. Theme. Song!?!?.Score: 5/5

Absolute perfectionBrilliant and entertaining, Sarah and Mike are fantastic podcast hosts. I really appreciate how authentic they come across; I feel like we’re getting to know them more with each show and like I’m in a conversation with smarty pants friends. I find myself chatting away with them, sighing when Sarah sighs and cringing when Mike cringes, which might sound nuts but was critical for my mental health while living alone through the pandemic lockdown(s). I’ve listened to every single episode, some more than once, and am so thankful to have found them. Some reviews complain about the exhaustive content or conversational nature or our hosts’ sharing/implying their political leanings, and it is all of those things I appreciate the most about them. Will the millennials from the Pacific North West be too “woke” for some? Sure. Will the multi pronged look at the OJ trial be too much for some? Also sure. Does any of that feedback matter? Nope. These folks are perfect, being their authentic selves, diving into research that interests them and leaving no stone unturned, then sharing with the world. It’s brilliant because they are..Score: 5/5

Michael & Sarah are incredible!Michael and Sarah’s empathetic approach to dissecting history is refreshing and so needed. No other podcast I’ve listened to has had this combination of being well-researched, funny, empathetic, warm, and brilliant. I learn some using every time..Score: 5/5

Mostly greatSarah is wonderful. Her OJ series is fascinating. Check out the episodes about Tonya Harding, very emotive, hilarious, and thought provoking. Michael is hella smart, though he has a tendency to come off as paternalistic and condescending to people who don’t agree with him. I do not recommend the recent episodes about cancel culture, they’re messy. The rest of their episodes are worth listening to.Score: 4/5

Chicks / IraqMichael and Sarah make such a good team. Something about them makes me want to be a kinder more sympathetic person. However... with regard to France not supporting Desert Storm. France did not participate because Iraq owed and still owes them trillions of dollars in oil related money..Score: 5/5

Funny and insightfulI started with the Diana episodes and now I’m hooked. The hosts make me laugh every episode AND think more critically about the media. Win win..Score: 5/5

OJ Simpson podcastCame here looking for more info on Simpson. Left due to the annoying female host. The guy is good, and quite intelligent, however the female’s voice and laugh are hard to listen to. Think of Janice from Friends....ugh, not just anyone can do a podcast. Voicing is everything!.Score: 1/5

I love Sarah and MikeThis is the best podcast ever I love these people and all the cars that goes into every single episode. ❤️❤️.Score: 5/5

Great hostsYou guys are great! The content and the deliverance is wonderful! Thank you for the knowledge!.Score: 5/5

L O V EAwesome topics, so well researched, hilariously presented. 10 stars.Score: 5/5

Absolutely fabulous!The hosts are so good together! They make the topics super interesting & even the things I knows pretty well, they teach me something new. Just discovered this podcast recently & I'm now binging it because it makes this time we're in a million times better..Score: 5/5

Best podcastSuch smart, entertaining takes on pop culture milestones. I always look forward to new episodes.Score: 5/5

YikesMeandering; poor audio; middle school-level research. Helps with insomnia to hear their dull, steady voices, IF you don’t get keyed up and frustrated by constant logical fallacies. Do NOT invest in the Markle Debacle episode if you have a brain. There are some analyses so basic and misguided that they are utterly unworthy of your time, and this podcast is maintaining those in the strictest tradition of mediocrity..Score: 2/5

A+ PodThis is my all time favorite podcast. It has changed how I view a lot of things and I appreciate that it challenges beliefs that we are all taught are fundamental. Specific shout outs to the homelessness, obesity, and Tonya Harding episodes.Score: 5/5

Funny and informativeI love this podcast. I enjoy history and hearing Sarah and Mike go through history of my own lifetime. Plus hearing them talk is like hanging out with friends during this lonely pandemic..Score: 5/5

Incredible podcast!Really interesting and well-researched topics. The hosts are humorous, but their jokes never distract from the topic at hand..Score: 5/5

Much needed and fantasticThis podcast has been getting me through all the mess of the last few months. As I descended into anxiety and restlessness, here came You’re Wrong About to educate and amuse me! I’ve learned so much and I’ve laughed so hard! Well done and thank you..Score: 5/5

So so goodCan’t get enough of this show! Sarah’s voice and laugh are perfect and I won’t hear otherwise. Hilarious hosts and fascinating episodes..Score: 5/5

HaSarah’s groan makes me laff🤣🤣🤣.Score: 5/5

Fantastic!I have listened to a lot of podcasts through the past decade and this is one of my all time favorites. Thank you Sarah and Michael!! I appreciate you both and all that you have shared!!.Score: 5/5

Perpetrate their knowledge as your knowledgeI have learned more from this podcast during quarantine than I did during my entire PhD..Score: 5/5

Error in Chicks episodeThis is my favorite podcast. One correction about The Chicks episode. “Ready to Run” was not on the first album they did with Natalie Maines. It was on their second album “Fly”, as well as the “Runaway Bride” soundtrack. Their first album together where they didn’t write most of the music was “Wide Open Spaces.” They wrote most of the music on “Fly.”.Score: 5/5

More OJ PLEASE!I’m dying to hear more of the OJ series, let’s get this train movin again! Take us into the courtroom! (Also amazing podcast, love both of you. Thank you so much for your efforts.).Score: 5/5

The history millennials needSarah and Michael have taught me so much about the events that occurred during my childhood or just before I was born that we were never told the truth about. I would totally join a “maligned women of the 90s” fan club, of which Sarah would be president!.Score: 5/5

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You're Wrong About Podcast Episodes

The Chicks vs. The Iraq War

Mike tells Sarah about an impending conflict, a dissident singer and America's first internet-enabled cancellation. Digressions include "Freedom Fries" and 1990s record company shenanigans. The co-hosts harmonize for the first time; Mike struggles not to call the Chicks by their former name. Content note: This episode includes misogynistic, racist and fatphobic language. Support us:Subscribe on PatreonDonate on PaypalBuy cute merchWhere else to find us: Sarah's other show, Why Are Dads Mike's other show, Maintenance PhaseLinks!The Chicks' "Ready to Run" videoKaren Pittelman's "Another Country"James Dickerson’s “Dixie Chicks: Down-Home and Backstage”Elites, Masses, and Media Too Famous to Protest: Far-Right Online Community Bonding Over Collective Desecration of Colin Kaepernick, Fame, and Celebrity ActivismBlacklists: The Dixie Chicks Controversy Chicks in the WildernessChicks In the Line of FireThe Dixie Chicks Were Cancelled For Criticizing The President. Now, They’re Heroes.We’re Changing The Way We Do Business: A Critical Analysis Of The Dixie Chicks And The Country Music IndustryThe Country Connection: Country Music, 9/11, and the War on TerrorismFree Expression After September 11th: An Online IndexFreedom Under Fire: Dissent in Post-9/11 AmericaExploring Iraq War News Coverage and a New Form of CensorshipThe LSE's analysis of the Freedom Fries controversyDestroying The Dixie Chicks – Ten Years AfterAOC’s Anti-FansRacial Profiling And The War On Terror: Changing Trends And PerspectivesMan Eats Dogs: The Hot Dog Stands of Chicago Support the show (http://patreon.com/yourewrongabout)

"Political Correctness"

Mike tells Sarah how liberal magazines turned a "kids these days" moral panic into a national crisis. Digressions include Law & Order, Dave Foley and swimming pool etiquette. This episode contains detailed descriptions of sexual assault, mass shootings and suicide. Support us:Subscribe on PatreonDonate on PaypalBuy cute merchWhere else to find us: Sarah's other show, Why Are Dads Mike's other show, Maintenance PhaseLinks!John Wilson’s The Myth of Political CorrectnessJon Weiner's Historians in TroubleNeil Gross’s Why Are Professors Liberal and Why Do Conservatives Care?Political Correctness: How The Right Invented A Phantom EnemyThe Fraying Of AmericaThe Rising Hegemony of the Politically CorrectAre You Telling Me That I'm Politically Correct?Are You Politically Correct?The Rising Hegemony of the Politically CorrectThere Is No Campus Free Speech Crisis: A Close Look at the EvidenceSupport the show (http://patreon.com/yourewrongabout)

The O.J. Simpson Trial: From the Mixed-Up Files of Mr. F. Lee Bailey

Bob Shapiro is on a mission from God, F. Lee Bailey joins the Dream Team, and we get in our DeLorean to meet two of the most notorious Florida Men of the '60s: Carl Coppolino and Murph the Surf. Digressions include Linda Evangelista, Patty Hearst, "The Commitments" and the upside of peaking in your 50s. Support us:Subscribe on PatreonDonate on PaypalBuy cute merchWhere else to find us: Sarah's other show, Why Are Dads Mike's other show, Maintenance PhaseSupport the show (http://patreon.com/yourewrongabout)

Vanessa Williams Part 2: Saving The Best For Last

Special guest Cassie da Costa tells Mike and Sarah how Vanessa fell from grace and picked herself back up. Digressions include Stephen Sondheim, Rush Limbaugh and Joan Rivers. The tyranny of abs is discussed at length.Here's Cassie's episode of You Must Remember This and her website!Support us:Subscribe on PatreonDonate on PaypalBuy cute merchWhere else to find us: Sarah's other show, Why Are Dads Mike's other show, Maintenance PhaseSupport the show (http://patreon.com/yourewrongabout)

Bonus: Dr. Oz

Mike reached new levels of rantiness on his other show and we wanted to make sure all our beloved debunkmates knew. PLUS: A special announcement! Subscribe to Maintenance Phase hereSubscribe to Sarah's other show, Why Are Dads, hereSupport us:Subscribe on PatreonDonate on PaypalBuy cute merchSupport the show (http://patreon.com/yourewrongabout)

Vanessa Williams Part 1: Becoming Miss America

Mike tells Sarah how a 20-year-old singer, actress and French horn player became Miss America with less than six months of practice. Digressions include Ted Bundy, Stephen King’s “It” and a bonus debunking of the "bra-burning feminist" trope. We're sorry to say that this episode includes a description of child sexual abuse. Support us:Subscribe on PatreonDonate on PaypalBuy cute merchWhere else to find us: Sarah's other show, Why Are Dads Mike's other show, Maintenance PhaseClips! Opening musical numberVanessa introduces herselfTalent competitionSwimsuitVanessa wins!Links!Sarah's Miss America piece!Vanessa and Helen’s memoir, “You Have No Idea”Margot Mifflin’s “Looking for Miss America”Vanessa Williams, Whitney Houston and Hollywood’s Misogynoir ProblemVanessa Williams: A Beauty Queen’s Crown of ThornsMiss America--The Inside StoryFirst Black Miss America Finds Unforeseen IssuesAin’t I a Beauty Queen?: Black Women, Beauty, and the Politics of Race Life with Daughters: Watching the Miss America Pageant'A Felony Just to Own': The Sleazy Story Behind Penthouse’s Most Controversial IssueThere She Goes, Miss AmericaMost Famous Miss America In History1989 People magazine articleIn Black and WhitePutting on a Happy FaceSupport the show (http://patreon.com/yourewrongabout)

Bonus: "The Dark Knight"

Sarah's other show has a special guest! Maintenance Phase co-host Aubrey Gordon visits Why Are Dads to talk about Christopher Nolan, trash masculinity and the dwindling number of non-problematic superheroes. Support us:Subscribe on PatreonDonate on PaypalBuy cute merchWhere else to find us: Sarah's other show, Why Are Dads Mike's other show, Maintenance PhaseSupport the show (http://patreon.com/yourewrongabout)

The O.J. Simpson Trial: The DeLorean Detour

To tell the story of the "dream team" we must begin by going back to the future. This week we learn why O.J. Simpson fired the man who defended John DeLorean and why a briefcase of cocaine isn’t always a smoking gun. Digressions include Bob’s Big Boy, Margaret Thatcher and the Fonz. Support us:Subscribe on PatreonDonate on PaypalBuy cute merchWhere else to find us: Sarah's other show, Why Are Dads Mike's other show, Maintenance PhaseLinks!1970 GTO Humbler commercial 1981 DeLorean commercialHoward Weitzman on John DeLorean in 2013 The "better than gold" tape John DeLorean Reinvented The Dream Car. Then He Totaled It.Delorean is Freed Key Witness Against DeLorean Begins Testimony Government Paid Informer Support the show (http://patreon.com/yourewrongabout)

Tipper Gore vs. Heavy Metal: The Hearing

Mike tells Sarah the real reason Congress called a bunch of rockers to Washington D.C. Digressions include cartoon violence, sleeveless tees and Trixie Mattel. Van Halen's "Hot for Teacher" and Twisted Sister's "We're Not Gonna Take It" are dissected at length. Support us:Subscribe on PatreonDonate on PaypalBuy cute merchWhere else to find us: Sarah's other show, Why Are Dads Mike's other show, Maintenance PhaseLinks! The hearing transcript Dee Snider's memoirFrank Zappa's memoirRunning with the Devil: Power, Gender, and Madness in Heavy Metal MusicMusic-Evoked Emotions—Current Studies Don’t Let The Man Get You Down: Rock and Roll and The Development of The Parents’ Music Resource CenterSave the Children: The Parents’ Music Resource Center and Media ActivismHighway to Hell: Laws, Lawsuits, and Moral Panic over Heavy Metal MusicThe Parents’ Music Resource Center: From Information to Censorship“Leer-Ics” or Lyrics: Teenage Impressions of Rock 'n' RollParental Advisory – Explicit Content: The Parents Music Resource Center, Conservative Music Censorship, and the Protection of ChildrenAndrew Hartman’s A War for the Soul of America: A History of the Culture WarsThe Effects of Violent Music on Children and AdolescentsA Comparative Historical Analysis of Post-war Moral Panics and the Construction of Youth from 1938 to 2010Support the show (http://patreon.com/yourewrongabout)

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