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Jill Kargman spares nobody and nothing in her books Momzillas and Sometimes You Feel Like a Nut, and in her late, beloved TV show Odd Mom Out. In real life, too, the actress, comedian, and writer finds very little that's sacred. In a hilarious and wild conversation, Kargman talks about life in DORITO (hint: it's a neighborhood in Manhattan), being shunned at her daughter's ballet class, the problem with traveling by private jet, and how she responded to anti-Semitism at her son's private school. Plus, we learn about the proper size of a bialy and gain more insight into Jordana's dynamic with her mother.

Mentioned in the episode: Momzillas, https://amzn.to/2VwWKhg The Kveller Haggadah, https://www.kveller.com/haggadah/

Music: "Voicemail" by Khronos Beats "Good Thing" by Ménage Quad "Best I Can" by Jasmine Jordan (ft. Habit Blcx)

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