Miriam travels to Kansas this week, looking into zoos with questionable morals, ordering food incorrectly when she gets hungry, and otherwise angering the local populace. Her son Jeremy stops by with some news.
In this episode, Miriam travels to a very large museum and discovers mysteries hidden underneath its surface. Miriam tries to find adequate lodging for the night in Scotland, and tries to order, once more, food for herself.
In this episode, Miriam has a complaint to file at the worst StarBucks in the country, then attempts to find Mickey who owes her money for services rendered. Miriam travels to several theme parks and finds new friends along the way. Miriam’s family intervenes.
In this episode, Miriam attempts to get parts for her cars, and gets help from Akspa when trying to make travel plans in far-away lands. We also learn a bit about her childhood.
Miriam travels from London to Scotland to take in the sights. She enters a Scottish museum, enjoys the sights and sounds, but gets lost on her way to the loo.
In this episode, Miriam goes in search of a material to make her bathroom tiles look clean after she suffered yet another incident with the moisture.
Miriam gets hungry during this quest and makes several calls to restaurants around her hometown in the UK. Miriam tries to order items that aren’t listed on the menu, which results in anger and grief.
This is an extended-length episode, so be sure to get your listening ears on and stay a while!
Going through several exploitation films of the late 60’s, I managed to uncover this interview with a young Miriam. She was apparently a go-go dancer back then, who wanted to show the world her famous ta-ta’s. We learn a little about her life in this rare, lost interview from 52 years ago.
The audio quality isn’t the greatest, and a lot of her answers are muffled. Perhaps someone out there can decipher what exactly her answers to all the questions are?
This prologue was recorded 2 years before the episodic show began.
It introduces the characters Miriam, Bertrand, and Jeremy. It is required listening to make sense of some of the weird situations that happen in later episodes, so it is included here to help build a basis around the characters in the later episodes.
Miriam, an 84 year old woman, believes that she is on TV, even though she is merely talking into a bowl of wax fruits.
Bertrand, an 85 year old man, and Miriam’s husband, just wants his wife happy.
Jeremy, a 45 year old man, is their seemingly dimwitted son.
The family is dysfunctional.
Miriam has a few screws loose.
Jeremy is not too far off.
Bertrand is Bert.