Episode 16.0 Age Before Beauty

S2E4 Age Before Beauty

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Join Kym and Vickie as they discuss Season 2 , Episode 4, Age Before Beauty

When young supermodels rapidly age 50 years overnight, Pete and Myka go undercover in the glam world of high fashion to discover who – and what – is behind the transformations.

This week’s artifact:

Man Ray’s Camera:

When used normally, the camera appears harmless. However, the camera actively captures the youth of whoever is photographed with it. When a photograph of one person has been ‘double-exposed’ over a photo of another person, youth is transferred from the first person to the second. The first person ages very rapidly over the course of a very brief period until they die of extreme old age. Essentially, this camera can be used to let its user be young forever. The only telling sign, besides the rapid aging, is that the victim is found with particles of silver nitrate in the blood, a chemical which dissolves out of developed photograph paper.

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Guest Cast and Other Items Discussed during the Podcast:

Tawney Cypress as Romona:

Among her studies, Tawny Cypress has done stints at Boston University; Westminster Choir College in Princeton, New Jersey; and Mason Gross at Rutgers University. She is also a former student of Barbara Marchant and The William Esper Studio in New York City.

IMDB

Phillip Rhys as Perry:

Phillip was born in South London, the second of three sons. After graduating from Westminster College he spent a year living and working in Paris. He returned to London to study acting with Marianna Hill at the Lee Strasberg Institute, and later with Jeffrey Tambor and Milton Katselas at the Beverly Hills Playhouse in Los Angeles.

IMDB

The Picture of Dorian Gray:

The Picture of Dorian Gray, moral fantasy novel by Irish writer Oscar Wilde, published in an early form in Lippincott’s Monthly Magazine in 1890. The novel, the only one written by Wilde, had six additional chapters when it was released as a book in 1891. The work, an archetypal tale of a young man who purchases eternal youth at the expense of his soul

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