Pejorative Capital City

On this week’s pejorative laced episode, Jon and Megs discuss daddies, Snacks, WAPs, license photos, and more!

This week’s featured song of the week is Ghosts Aren’t Real by St Valentine

Dusty

On this week’s all-new episode, Jon and Megs are joined by returning guest, Dusty. Topics include vasectomies, new love, dog names, and the aftermath of suicide.

This week’s song of the week is, “No Legged Dog,” by Drug Couple

Lady Godiva

On this week’s episode, Jon and Megs discuss anxiety, Trivial Pursuit, insecurities, and history.

This week’s featured song is Dandelions/Liminal by Emmy the Great

Where A Kid Can Be A Kid

One this week’s extra special episode, Jon and Megs are joined by Cousin Nene. Topics include divorce, suicide, Marvin Gaye, Unsolved Mysteries, Showbiz Pizza and Megan turning 40.

This week’s featured song is Crimson + Clover by Pom Pom Squad

Troubled Girl (Quarantine Episode)

On this week’s pandemic episode, Megan talks about her neighbors and Jon gives some advice. Topics include the rapture and glory hole manicures.

This week’s featured song is Troubled Girl by Drab City

Here, Kitty Kitty (Quarantine Episode)

On this week’s quarantine episode, Megs and Jon provide a pandemic update and discuss pirates, Fiona Apple, and shame inducing attractions.

This week’s featured song is Here, Kitty Kitty by Alex Winston

Are You There

On this week’s PANDEMIC episode of Secretly Timid, Megs discusses a product called, “Come and Gone,” and Jon lets go of a receipt.

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This week’s featured song is, Are You There, by Psychic Love Child

Ode To Fire

On this week’s episode, Jon and Megs are joined by Joel. Things are weird, y’all. This show was recorded via Skype because COVID-19 has shut everything down. Stay safe out there!

This week’s featured song of the week is Ode To Fire by Jealous of the Birds.

Celebrate The Void

These week’s topics include stalkers, talking with strangers, and fake altruism.

This week’s featured song is “Celebrate The Void” by Sebadoh