In this episode: Susan defeats the nemesis of the bathroom, trains her little ugly men, and is more than generous with the family knives.
This here's a bit of a challenge. It was a challenge for us, certainly. It absolutely presents Susan with some challenges. You might even find it a bit of a challenge to listen to yourself.
In this episode Susan gets a friend into hot water but doesn't get them out, fails to bribe a bridge troll (honestly he's a very nice man, not a troll at all), and does screech her fact clean of hair.
In which Susan climbs a wall (or rather, doesn't climb a wall), destroys a celebrity through great negligence, and then rebuilds that celebrity through grit (and wax).
For those who haven’t seen the infamous Puff Daddy stage melting video, you can find that right here. Not that we recommend watching it.
In which Susan dives for those sweet treasures that only the ocean can provide, exploits the misfortune of others to finally go viral, and loses herself (at least partially) to nature.
In which the ladybugs that Susan so carefully trained turn against her.
In which Susan flexes her culinary muscle, spreading into the lucrative farm to fork scene with the help of few (thousand) tiny friends.
In which Susan cooks up her own delicious taste.
In which Susan uses her vaunted powers of suggestion to enhance the culinary experiences of her patrons. Who benefits? You decide.
In which Susan indulges in a brief dalliance with an international personage of mystery (lips not included), the mystic spiritual nature of the nation's favorite Kevin is discussed in detail, and Susan runs important sociological simulations on the classic pillbug computer.
In which Susan's neck is briefly enlarged (in the classic adolescent fashion), the chicken afterlife is discussed in rigorous detail, and the mathematics of complements are derived for the enjoyment of the listening audience.
In which Susan experiments with one of the lesser-known drugs of the 90s party scene, inherits an ageist instrument, and almost experiences the great dream of flight. Maggie's callous treatment of her fellow travelers on spaceship earth is also discussed.
In which Susan makes her small screen debut, pushing the boundaries of broadcast television along the way, attracts an undefined but large number of boys (subject to real-world test verification), and comes close to straddling the yawning gap between two adjacent universes.
In which Susan does not receive the gift of X-ray vision, but one of her household appliances does. Ghost dicks, unfortunately, are also discussed... several times.
In which Susan plays the role of reverse wingman for an old friend, is treated to a tale of dark oceanic betrayals, and spends some time with her good bro Justin.
In which Susan uses an immersive emotional soundscape to define her living space, we tread dangerously close to the border between art and life, and life and art, and the nature of consciousness and the rational mind is deeply, and carefully, discussed.
In which the subjects of animal stalking, summer camps, and squirrel masks are discussed, Susan uses her Ouija skills to satisfy the deepest wishings of a sad old man, and a new branch is added to Susan's illustrious family tree.
In which Susan faces the consequences of her rash decisions in the Louvre and is acquainted with the Paris police force's finest officer.
In which Susan spends some quality time at the Louvre.
In which Susan visits Paris. Rats are also involved, as the title suggests - see episode for details.