It's been awhile since we learned about ladythings from Courtenay Hameister, so you know you should probably have your notepads out and have your ears sharpened or pricked up or tuned or whatever it is you do to listen better, because there's a lot of love-learning to be had. And then, somehow, we shift from matters of the heart (and the groin) to Games of the Hunger variety, and the means by which such a power structure as the one in the books could exist. A quick discussion on culture's addiction to reality shows and the lottery leads to a discussion on the specific kind of money laundering that Tucker Max tried to pull off with Planned Parenthood: Should they have accepted his 500,000 dollars? Is what Tucker does really satire, or does he, like so many people, have no clue what the word actually means? A show that hits all three major areas of a person's being: The head, the heart, and the jumblies.