THE BAGUETTES VARIETY TIME
Welcome to The Baguettes Variety Time, a radio show thought lost since its debut in 1961. Historians Edmund Pinkett-Smith, Amateur Archivist and Fresh Prince of Wellesley, Josinda Surgnome, Pedagog with a blog, and Cottingon Rye, Musicologist on the Lam found footage featuring segments and songs by sisters Sue and Darla Baguette, this kooky hour of entertainment is not to be missed! These triple threat Singer/Dancer/Sisters sing never before heard hits like “I Want to Fuck the Mailman” and classic jingles, like “Pennington Push-Pins: The Best Kind of Prick.” Let these two girls with questionable talent take you on a hurried stroll through the internalized misogyny of the 1960's! They wanted to be on the radio so badly that when rejected, they stole some equipment and made their own show. What gumption! I mean, neato! By golly gosh it's a gas!