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Proverbial #103: Grace Kelly
People often say that Jackson Pollock's work is "actually quite good." No one ever says this about Rembrandt, though. No "actually" is necessary. Wonder why? Joshua Gibbs looks into it.
Proverbial #102: My Sparkling Personality20:19Do you know what you bring to the table? You've got to. Joshua Gibbs explains.
Proverbial #100: Gravity Always Wins23:23The 100th episode of Proverbial is devoted to the greatest proverb of all time. No big deal.
Proverbial #99: Problems23:25Who would send a boy to do a man's job? Joshua Gibbs investigates.
Proverbial #98: Giving the Devil His Due21:27You may have actually figured out a few things that your parents didn't understand. Don't get cocky. Joshua Gibbs explains.
Proverbial #97: Self Help26:10Is it better to find yourself, to lose yourself, or to be yourself? What if none of these really works? Joshua Gibbs explores.
Proverbial #96: Sick Fascination25:06"Don't shoot the messenger" seems like obvious advice, so why are we even tempted to shoot poor, helpless messengers? We have our reasons, though. Joshua Gibbs explores.
Proverbial #94: The Hours21:33"An apple a day keeps the doctor away," although this episode is about an entirely different (every day) proverb.
Proverbial #92: Family of Trees21:06"You can't teach an old dog new tricks," but it's better this way. Joshua Gibbs explains why.