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Oh No! Lit Class

By Megan and RJ

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Oh No! Lit Class is a semi-educational comedy literature podcast hosted by Megan and RJ, two bitter English grads who are here to tell you all the weird and sexy things you never knew about the books you had to read in school. Let's ruin some literary classics together. New episodes released every other Thursday.

Customer Reviews

Amuse-bouche for Literature

Fun and funny, this podcast entertained me and piqued my interest to go back and read what I skipped back in high school and college. I love how they give historical context and talk about the good and the bad with the pieces they summarize. Most of the time the classics are presented like precious artifacts, too delicate for criticism or ridicule, but Megan and RJ hold nothing back...even if they like what they are talking about! Worth a listen even if you don't like to read.

So good!

Oh no! Lit Class is a gem. The hosts take a piece of literature, give an author bio, recap the book, and then give cultural significance for the book. The hosts Megan and RJ have excellent chemistry, resulting in wonderful moments of banter that always add to (not distract from) the conversation at hand. The podcast is funny, insightful, and educational. While lesser podcasters may find achieving this trifecta a challenge, these hosts could get there even if they (bram s)toked a baby-sized blunt. These hosts do a lot of things well, but I want to point out something super specific that might otherwise be overlooked: they keep the characters straight. At one point, Megan had a scene with like seven people in a room...describing this, she omitted some names, favoring instead their helpful nicknames that reminds the listener of the character’s role and significance. Among them were Van Helsing (def Hugh Jackman, but Vin Diesel would have been an interesting if unconventional casting choice), “the doctor” and “the American dude.” Later, when Quincy dies, Megan subtly reminds the listener who he is while being laugh out loud funny: “RIP Quincy. You were from Texas.” These little notes are so easy to miss, but SO important with this kind of show.

To the hosts: keep up the excellent work!
To the audience: OMG THIS IS AWESOME, RIGHT?!1!
To potential listeners: you’ve now got homework.

Yes please.

I’m not sure who I like more, Megan or RJ? Just when I think it’s Megan because of her sassy and contagious enthusiasm, then RJ cracks me up with a couple of words. These two are some of my favorite podcasts personalities. Not only is the banter and chemistry grade, but the content is interesting and informative. Definitely subscribe to this one people.

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  • Category: Literature
  • Language: English

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