Kelli and Rachel welcome their friend Antwan to the studio to discuss the sensitive topic of racism in the South. Antwan shares his eye-opening personal experiences with both interpersonal and systemic racism, and discusses many of today's race-related issues from his unique perspective.
In this episode Kelli and Rachel host their first guest - and friend from way back - Charlie! The theme of the episode was millennial culture, humor, and absurdist leanings. Somewhat prophetically we touched on little of what we intended and the entire episode is loosely contained spiraling chaos. We are convinced you will love or hate it, much like our memes (CHARLIE).
Alas a break from the norm in this, ye olde lost episode. With far less emphasis on structure and research, Kelli and Rachel regale you with tales of buffet persons past, the island of misfit youths, and the cafeteria table of still married parents, revisiting the people and places that shaped them into the weird ass women before you today.
In this episode Kelli and Rachel mull over double standards in American culture, and how these problematic modes of thinking impact both genders. These ideas may be preventing men and women alike from living their best life. We ain't about that here at Southern Hells.
It's the Southern Hells net neutrality episode! Instead of rehashing the same frozen and microwaved arguments that you've heard a hundred times before, Kelli and Rachel ask the tough questions, like: what is Comcast's porn spirit animal? And: do lizard people walk among us? The answer to these riddles and more will be revealed during this heartfelt bitch-fest.
Kelli and Rachel get ready to slide into the new year with a new take on resolutions. Lists in hand, they're ready to schedule and nice their way into their best life. Or a just okay one. Happy betterment season 2018 y'all!
Kelli and Rachel dissect America's opioid epidemic. Kelli breaks down how it all started and delivers some sobering numbers, and Rachel compares society's response to the current crisis to the dehumanizing treatment addicts faced in the past. Hey, has porn ever been illegal? Tune in and find out!
Kelli and Rachel dive into the mysterious culture of college football fandom. Rachel reads about the SEC while Kelli remembers life with a Vols fan father.
Kelli does the math in this edition of Southern Hells where she and Rachel discuss the onslaught of assault victims speaking out.
Rachel and Kelli tackle the tough subject of Southern poverty and stagnant economic mobility, and invent a new word along the way. Check that sexy intro, baby!
Kelli and Rachel nurse their post-Halloween hangovers and discuss the ups and downs of having a day job. Kelli has a close call with The Pussy Wrangler and Rachel dubs the dance craze that nobody's talking about.
In the first episode of Southern Hells, Kelli and Rachel cover a range of topics within the loose theme of why girls can be such assholes to each other around Halloween (with or without knowing it), and why they aren't down with it.