Molly and Cynthia decide go mobile with their fit mission and design a mobile bra shop.
Molly and Cynthia, meet a rodeo rider with a big bust that's getting in the way of her competitive barrel racing and they vow to help. Meanwhile Molly gets ready to Mambo in a charity dance showcase.
Double Divas Molly and Cynthia are on a mission to help the woman with the world's largest bust. The problem is there's no bra big enough to fit her and they have to create a custom fit in just one day. This gigantic bra is going to take time and attention, but their clueless sales clerk Loren books Molly and Cynthia to attend a wild lingerie bachelorette party the same night...which cuts into the time they need to make the giant bra. Their motto is "No bust too big or too small" but this time the Divas may have bitten off more than they can chew.
Molly and Cynthia take Loren on a road trip for an eye-opening lesson in mobile bra fitting.
To cut back on wrong-sized returns, the Double Divas throw a party for their clueless male clients... and teach them the A, B, Double D's and G's.
A Civil War reenactor brings his lady to LiviRae to get a period costume so she can join the historical fun. Plus the Divas hold a bra burning rally to rid the world of bad brassieres.
A founder of the Beat Generation, writer William S. Burroughs' novels "Naked Lunch" and "Junkie" dealt with his experiences as a drug addict.
A founder of the Beat Generation, writer William S. Burroughs' novels "Naked Lunch" and "Junkie" dealt with his experiences as a drug addict. In 1951, his wife Joan Vollmer died when William S. Burroughs attempted to shoot a glass off her head and accidentally shot her instead.
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They were radical, rebellious, experimental…and had a way with words. Starting in the 1950s, the Beat Generation rose to prominence in America, inspiring a culture of nonconformity and social revolution. Allen Ginsberg and Jack Kerouac were some of the more famous faces synonymous to the group, as was William S. Burroughs. Their musings—both "beat up" and "beatific"—left highly influential marks in literature, music, film and ecology.
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