Low Culture Boil

Hosted by Rax King, Courtney Rawlings, and Amber Rollo, three broads whose enthusiasm for trash culture can only occasionally be reeled in by dad-producer Jake Aron ✨ If you've ever asked yourself "would Susan Sontag have enjoyed 'Jersey Shore'," or if you don't know how to read and at this point you know it's too late to ask, this is the podcast for you!



EPISODE 107: Rugrats

Amber and Rax chat about another 90s classic, Rugrats! This weird looking show about babies getting into shenanigans was the first cartoon with truly multigenerational appeal. It first aired in 1991 and we're here to say, it still slaps. Shoutout to listener Rachel Feingersh for the topic suggestion!   Sources: The Oral History Of ‘Nicktoons’, Part III: Exploring The Multigenerational Appeal Of ‘Rugrats’ (Caseen Gaines and Mathew Klickstein, Decider, 2016) Talk About a Baby Boom (Paul Brownfield, LA Times, 1998) When Grownups Let Children Have a Say (Laurie Midflin, NYT, 1997) ‘Rugrats’ Creative Force (Rugrats Writers, LA Times, 1996) You Dumb Babies! (Mimi Swartz, The New Yorker, 1998)

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 August 30, 2023  1h3m