In the pilot episode of Two Guinea Hens, hosts/sisters Rosie and Gabby discuss their recent look into their Ancestry DNA. They talk about Rosie's upcoming wedding and their ghost parents (and ghost brother) not being present for it. They explain the origin behind the name: Two Guinea Hens (thanks Fred!). It gets briefly political at the end of the episode so... Trigger warning. We're Democrats. Thanks for listening. You can email us at TwoGuineaHens@gmail.com and you can follow us on Twitter at TwoGuineaHensPodcast and on Instagram at twoguineahenspodcast
In this episode, the two Guinea Hens talk about the Netflix documentary "Abducted in Plain Sight" and how their dead mother would have really hated it. They talk about their philanthropic dreams. Rose would like to contribute to the George Romero Museum and Gab would like to buy the Boston Celtics for Pittsburgh. #PittsburghBostonCeltics (see picture below!)
In episode 3 of Two Guinea Hens: Hosts/Sisters: Rose and Gabby discuss the H.B.O. Documentary Leaving Neverland which focuses on the lives of two men who claim to have been molested by Michael Jackson. The women then discuss their issues with the Catholic Church (the church in which they were raised) and the parallels between Neverland and the Vatican. Special Guest Appearance by Luca Brasi (wear headphones to hear Luca nosh on his toys).
In their first mini-episode, Sisters/Hosts: Rosie and Gabby follow-up on last week's discussion regarding the H.B.O. Documentary "Leaving Neverland". Rose recommends two articles from author Maureen Orth "Nightmare in Neverland" that reveal a darker, more mature depiction of Jackson. Visit the hen's new website: http://www.twoguineahens.com to read Rose's blog on the subject and to find direct links to Maureen's articles.
In the fourth episode of Two Guinea Hens, hosts/sisters: Rosie and Gabby discuss a plethora of topics including the Lori Loughlin/Felicity Huffman college scandal and the ABC hit sitcom SPEECHLESS starring: Minnie Driver. The sisters also detour and start telling personal stories of their mom spanking them and Gabby relives her soccer days. It's up to you to decide if they were drunk during the recording of this podcast.
On this week's episode of Two Guinea Hens, hosts/sisters Rosie and Gabby discuss a bunch of different topics including Barbra Streisand's recent problematic comments regarding the documentary "Leaving Neverland". They discuss Starbucks' new "Cloudy Macchiato" or as Gab calls it "the bloody macchiato". The sisters discuss who should be imprisoned when a child commits a crime. The child? The Parents? All of the Above? This question inspires the Sisters new GAME SHOW: Criminal or JagOff? Also, thanks to all of our new listeners. Especially Merv Griffin all the way from Burbank, CA.
In this week's episode the Two Guinea Hens: Rosie and Gabby discuss a bunch of different topics ranging from ABC's Speechless to donating Bone Marrow to admitting to an environmental crime in the 90's to our Mother's signature when killing spiders to being PRO FARM and PRO MILK (sorry PETA). They also discuss birth order, death (duh), the perks of Pittsburgh and musician David Gray.
In Episode 7: Hosts/Sisters - Rosie & Gabby discuss how they were both recently fired. One from their job, one from their therapist. The sisters try a new can of wine. That's right. A CAN of wine. Let that sink in. They also discuss politics, television, dermatology, family, ghosting and once again beg their listeners to watch Speechless on ABC (not sponsored).
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In episode 8, Hosts/Sisters: Rosie and Gabby discuss topics such as Kim Kardashian, politics, mental health, Speechless (as always), Ghoul on Ghoul Podcast and a bunch of other topics.
On this episode of #2GH, hosts/sisters: Rosie and Gabby discuss a new loophole in Ancestry DNA that might reveal that the sisters are more Italian than originally thought in the pilot episode of the podcast. The sisters also discuss the HBO show "My Brilliant Friend" and how it reminds them of their brilliant Grandmother. "If she's so brilliant, why is she sitting in the neighbor's car!" (Tweet the the name of the movie that quote is from and we will send you some #2GH stickers!) Other topics include: Easter Sunday, Jen Kirkman, Speechless, Gina Chappie and Rosie's upcoming wedding.
In Episode 10 of Two Guinea Hens - Hosts/Sisters Rosie and Gabby go down memory lane telling family anecdotes. The sisters also converse about Gabby's recent performance with Jen Kirkman at the Rex Theater in Pittsburgh. Gabby is pretty manic in this episode which is a good reminder that mood disorders are legit, yo. The two sisters follow the podcast eating Rosie's homemade spaget and meatballs. Mangiamo!
In Episode 11, Co-Hosts/Sisters: Rosie and Gabby discuss some personal and not so personal subjects. Topics range from but are not limited to: adult baths, licking armpits to get on a similar menstrual cycle, Netflix series: Chambers, Joe Biden for President, The Clinton Family BioDome, HBO's Barry, Bess Armstrong, Hot Pockets and so many other random topics. Rose admittedly wanted most of the podcast edited out, but by the end, Gab begs her to let her keep it in (mostly so the editing process would be easier, but also because Gab doesn't care if you think she's strano).
In this shorter episode, our Two Guinea Hens, Rosie and Gabby discuss the cancellation of ABC's Speechless (DAMN YOU, ABC!). They talk all things Italian including a town where no one got sick (sort of. Listen!) They also discuss the legal issues with prostitution in that, well, it's illegal.
In Episode (LUCKY NUMBER) 13: Hosts/Sisters Rosie and Gabby take on many a political stance. They want Hot Pockets to prove that they are (or could be) REAL FOOD. They demand that the city of Pgh reconsider McKees Rocks (specifically the neighborhood of Norwood) as the TRUE LITTLE ITALY. They also talk politics (briefly), being Italian (per always), Jon Bon Jovi's Rose', dollar store clorox, fun stories about their (jealous) mother and so much more. It's best hour of your day (if that's a true statement; we need to talk.)
In Episode 14 - Sister/Co-Hosts/Hens: Rosie and Gabby drink a little (a lot) of wine and spill family stories and Gabby accuses Rose of having crushes on multiple contestants of American Idol and Rose gets MEAN MAD (not really, but tipsy mad). They continue to drink wine and enjoy being nominated for a nomination. That's basically an Oscar to them.
In Episode 15 of TWO GUINEA HENS, hosts/sisters: Rosie and Gabby listen to the advice of their listeners and drink even more wine during this episode. The sisters tell fun family stories that involve not one, but two Christmas day shootings. A stabbing of a Grandparent and how gravity combined with booze can knock down a Christmas tree (every Goddamn year). The sisters also show a bit of their snobbish nature when they verbally piss on Mitch Albom's "literature". They also go into detail about Gab possibly thinking Dave's (the Detective) partner was a robot and how she was going to tail Dave to "help" with his current case. Truthfully, if this episode doesn't get Gab committed NOTHING will. Well, until Rose uses her power to 302 her sister.... It's just a matter of time.
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In this week's episode of The Two Guinea Hens: Sisters/Co-Hosts - Rosie and Gabby discuss the events of the week including: Rose FINALLY finding a wedding dress and a fourth cousin (who is apparently NOT related to Gab. Say what?). Gab talks about her week traveling to different schools and mental health conferences around Pennsylvania. At one point the sisters hear voices coming from Rose's closet and Gab tells a story about a friend of hers who was home-invaded by a strange man. Join Rose and Gab as they chat about a bunch of different stuff over a bottle of Coppola.
In Episode 17 of the Two Guinea Hens it's the FATHER'S DAY EPISODE. Hosts/Sisters - Rosie and Gabby share stories about their old man: James "Beanie" Bonesso. They talk about Rose living in the center of GatorsBurgh. Gab also raises the question: 'Do you people live in Antartica?" They discuss Bradley Cooper's "A Star is Born" (and by "discuss" Gab has a mini-stroke bi***ing about it). They educate the listeners on Bullet Journaling. They also call HULU LIVE on the podcast and beg for them to pick up Speechless (formerly of ABC Network).
In Episode 18 of 2GH, our fearless (or full of irrational fears) hosts/sisters: Rosie and Gab discuss AMERICA in a very special Fourth of July/Independence Day (not the Will Smith Movie) Episode. The sisters begin the episode by burping up WHITE CLAW (not sponsored) and then begin talking about the King of Pop: Prince. Yeah, they went there. Rose talks about Prince's dancing in heels and why it makes sense that rockstars do "the drugs". They segway into other topics such as almost getting arrested (paging DETECTIVE DAVE) and women's soccer (which brought Rose to tears because Gab wasn't "drunk enough" to cry. Thanks WHITE CLAW.)
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Episode 19 is possibly the most earnest, honest and personal episode yet. Co-Hosts/Sisters: Rosie and Gabby talk about their family, their mental health and so much more. The sisters finally discuss Stranger Things Season 3 (shout-out to our friends in Georgia).
In their final episode of Season 1, Co-Hosts/Sisters: Rosie and Gabby talk about the final details leading into Rosie's wedding which is only 75 days away. They discuss the new reboots of Pet Cemetery, Halloween and IT. The sisters also talk about the ridiculousness of spoiler alerts for movies that premiered a decade ago. They also talk about not really loving "Love Actually" anymore (whaaa happened?). Oh, and they premiered a new segment called: ASK ROSE where Gab asks Rose an important life question. Don't forget the sisters have their first LIVE show on August 25th at The Brillobox at 7PM. Shout-outs as always to Pgh Kettlebell and Performance, Detective Dave (Fave Dave) & Amanda and all of our faithful listeners. Ti vogliamo bene!
It's the Season 2 return of the Two Guinea Hens! Sisters: Rosie & Gabby host their first LIVE program at the Brillobox in Pgh, PA. The sisters interview the owners of Pgh Kettlebell and Performance (the hens favorite gym in America) Tony and Gina Chappie. They also interview comedian and author Michael Buzzelli about his new book "All I Want For Christmas" which comes out on September 24th. Don't forget to follow #2GH on all social media platforms to keep updated on other LIVE events. Thanks for listening! Ciao!
DISCLAIMER: The sisters are VERY drunk in this episode.