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Ladies of the Ladder #207 – Providence

The internet stole the ladies’ last podcast of episode #206 of the Path. It just disappeared. You’ll just have to take our word for it that it was perhaps one of the greatest single podcast episodes in the history of podcasting. We also solved cold fusion. It’s extremely disappointing to have lost the episode forever but the show must go on.

Kira, Caroline and Allison are back this week with #207 – Providence.

-More evidence of Caroline’s controversial theory about Hawk and Cal

-Nosy Nicole

– Kodiak and Richard up the anti

-Chloe makes questionable childcare decisions

We talk all this and more on this week’s episode of the premier The Path fancast, Ladies of the Ladder.

Click here for this week’s episode on iTunes 

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*Ladies of the Ladder is a proud member of the Phantom Sway Podcast Network


Kira Allen

When Kira isn't scaling the peaks of some of the toughest mountains in the world or exploring the Amazon rainforests she spends her time as a foster mom for her local animal shelter. Kira has volunteered for "Doctors without Borders" even though she isn't even a doctor or a nurse. Her mantra is "More speed, more height, more life..."
Just kidding....Kira is a writer, actor and suburban housewife and mother. Her mantra is "If I can't do it from the couch, is it really worth it?"


  • You ladies are really, really good at this! I’m delighted I’ve found a Path podcast that actually analyses the show. The writing and storytelling is so great. Its just so underrated. The best Drama around at the moment IMHO. Well caught on the Cal/Steve ugliness. I think the writers were hinting at this from the very first episode. The way he treats Mary alone… Ugh!

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