On this week’s rather Martha Stewart-ish episode of the show: fixing an ugly yellow bathroom, more decluttering, Pyra’s immune system can’t tell the difference between dust and ebola, Pyra gets a nosebleed in Home Depot, and Pyra’s dad and the “Shrine of Sharon.”
Also: Dee Snider’s Christmas schmaltz, Def Leppard’s power ballads are deemed not boring enough, Axl and Slash are on speaking terms again, and an imaginary conversation with Izzy Stradlin (with a side rant about ugly shoes).
Plus: taking ‘shrooms to beautify ugly wives and feminazis vs. Roosh V.
This week a brainwashed-by-HGTV Pyra blathers about dealing with and clearing out her Hoarders-worthy spare room, reminisces about old jam spaces, and rants about fat acceptance excuses and losing weight.
Also: Alice Cooper’s new band, Vince Neil insists Mötley Crüe aren’t breaking up, and Pyra’s dad thwarts her attempts to throw out a dead pen.
This week: Pyra does some experimenting on her guinea pig guitar in between final assignments and final exams and bitching about Victoria’s Secret bimbos forgetting to remove the anti-theft tags. Meanwhile, Kevin Bacon wants more cocks on TV, Bret Michaels ignores his Poison pals, Izzy and Duff record an album together, the Mötleys recall getting a gross welcome at Donnington in 1984, and Kirk Hammett does a fruitier kinda jamming.
Plus: young girls at a Toronto sports camp get instructions in the wrong kind of stick-handling and Columbia House finally goes tits up a mere 15 years after everyone thought they already did.
This week, Pyra either has a cold or her body is spewing out toxins, meanwhile she’s getting back into yoga and nature walks; a fan wants Kurt Cobain’s death scene photos released to the public; Jimmy Page says no to a Led Zeppelin reunion; Sammy Hagar wants to be the next Martha Stewart; and Morrissey whines about getting a little extra attention from the TSA.
Plus: sex slaves are surprisingly affordable when bought from ISIS; it’s “cutting season” in the UK; and Planned Parenthood claims to get hacked in a way that looks suspiciously like a fundraising campaign.
Also: things Pyra learned from her late iguana; downsides to going back to school as an adult; and Pyra reviews William J. Broad’s book The Science of Yoga.