The Tale of Two Pams

We've got the best of Pam, and the worst of Pam. But either way we're about to drop some wisdom on you but first we'll start with the foolishness.

Are you ready for some Pam spam?

If ever we’ve overreached to connect the dots of our content to what's up in the world, then we're about to outdo ourselves.

This week we bring you two thesps. Well one. But two people nonetheless all up on our screens. 

Renée Zellweger and Pamela Anderson. 

We have been barraged lately with ads on The Thing About Pam starring two-time Academy-Award winner Renée Zellweger in the titular role.

Speaking of titular, Pamela Anderson has been all over our screens lately as well. From the new year's kickoff of Hulu's Pam and Tommy to Pam's latest announcement that she's going to sell err tell her "real" story to Netflix.

Big shout out to the Pams this week and in their honor, when you decide you want to get another taste of Renée, tune into sweeping romantic epic The Whole Wide World

The Whole Wide World is a true story of Novalyne Price Ellis (Renée Zellweger) one of the greatest pulp fiction writers of all time has a torrid and turbulent affair with Robert. E. Howard (Vincent D'Onofrio), the great pulp writer of the 1930s. 

Barn. Burner.

And if you want to get another taste of Pam, and who hasn’t, stream our Pamela Anderson Lee doc and get her in all her Baywatch glory and hear from other nobel laureates including David Hasselhoff, David Chokachi, and Shannon Tweed as they wax poetic about her contributions to this planet and to porn.

But as Dickens would likely agree, we're all going direct to Heaven, or can join those two direct the other way.

While you wait, stream these and many more gems on TheArchive now. Or watch that other shlock on NBC and Hulu.

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