So you listened to part 1, did you, and you've let the suspense build? You heard and maybe read (in the episode description) the hints of Jacques Lacan and existentialism, but will a coherent analysis come together? Will you get a clear idea of what it means to say that "there is no sexual relationship" and know whether the depiction of sexuality in the film should really apply to YOU or just to that weirdo Jimmy Stewart?
Here we present to you a few audio tidbits to tempt your tummy, whet your whistle, tease your testes (or ovaries, as applicable), and fondle your fondue.
The complete discussion is available for a mere $1 on our feed at patreon.com/partiallyexaminedlife or for $5 (which includes a crapload more audio that you probably haven't heard yet) on the PEL Citizen Feed (that exact episode is here), or install the full Citizen feed on your mobile device following directions here.