OK, we actually did end up passing the Bechdel-Watson test because we both have names and at least SOME of this episode isn’t 100% devoted to the Best Boyfriend in Literature, the one, the only, Troy Langdon Tatterton. Take a note, ghostwriter, his middle name is not “Landon”, please at least pretend to care about these things. Join us! To discuss how Joseph Campbell was so wrong in his assertion that women don’t get to have hero’s journeys because women are the goal of the journey or whatever heteronormative trip he was selling in that one interview. Take a note, ghost of Joseph Campbell. You can figure this out! You’ve got nothing but time now! You and Virginia crossed around the same time, so maybe you could ask her about it! Or, take a seat as we explain that sometimes it’s a Heroine with 1000 Faces and all of them are also her mother’s face. Drink! Come and get your hot, fresh praxis. I addressed half of this description to the ghost of an old mythologist who died in 1987. That’s . . . normal, right? Rate, Review, Subscribe and spread the word, Zolta Nation! Maybe to the living though, since I’ve got the ghosts covered for now.