SHOW NOTES: S01E10, "The New Person"

The characters in this week's episode spend so much time staring at Billy's glorious photograph of Nate pissing against a wall that we thought you might like a longer look at it. Behold, the glory of the gorgeously lit pee arc. (Note: Billy definitely did not stalk Nate in order to take this photograph. He merely saw him and followed him for a couple of miles. Since Nate was clearly out running, that means Billy likely had to chase him with his enormous SLR camera thumping against his chest the whole way. Enjoy that image.)

Michael C. Hall gets to demonstrate his formidable musical theater skills in this episode when he sings "A Lot of Livin' to Do" from Bye Bye, Birdie. (If you'd like to see the version from the 1963 film starring Dick Van Dyke and Ann-Margret, click here.) The year before Six Feet Under season one aired, Hall played the Emcee in Cabaret on Broadway. You can watch him sing the iconic "Willkommen" for a special broadcast here, and you can find a very obviously illegal recording of "Two Ladies" here. And you can gaze upon the glory of his costume HERE. You. Are. Welcome.

(We can't find a photo credit for this picture—so sorry, photographer!)

Jenna credits Jed Allen, who played Gareth Feinberg, as being on "every soap opera in the 80s." Allen is best known for being on General Hospital, Port Charles, Santa Barbara, The Bay, Beverly Hills 90210, and a whopping 103 episodes of Days of Our Lives. He died just six months ago at the age of eighty-four. Here's a picture of a young Allen from the ABC Photo Archives.

Jenna credits Jed Allen, who played Gareth Feinberg, as being on "every soap opera in the 80s." Allen is best known for being on General Hospital, Port Charles, Santa Barbara, The Bay, Beverly Hills 90210, and a whopping 103 episodes of Days of Our Lives. He died just six months ago at the age of eighty-four. Here's a picture of a young Allen from the ABC Photo Archives.

Finally, Angela talks about an article she read about how to have a one-hour orgasm. We looked for an article from around that time, but the only thing we found was the book The One-Hour Orgasm: How to Learn the Amazing "Venus Butterfly" Technique, which originally came out in 1988 but was rereleased in 2001 and again in 2006. Perhaps Angela read a review? The jacket copy calls it "explicit yet tasteful, with easier-to-learn explanations." (Not easy, just easiER.) We hope you got your one-hour orgasm, Angela. 

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