The one where Zahra visits her cousin and Taz visits New Orleans.
The one where Zahra heists a remote as Scrooge McDuck and Taz plans to hide a billion-dollar fortune from her dad.
The one where Taz goes to She the People.
The one where we look back at past Eid conversations.
The one where Taz wonders if her makeup is halal and Zahra discovers the secret to finding housing.
The one where Zahra discusses her Christmas privilege and Taz turns into the anti-Snapchat auntie. Featuring special guest Sahar Pirzada!
The one where Taz and Zahra hit the red carpet.
The one where Zahra is getting antihistamine nightmares and Taz is still writing her rom-com. This episode brought to you by kale curry.
The one where Taz pranks some thieves and Zahra discovers surf rock.
The one where Zahra searches for a good mommy forum and Taz reminds everyone to follow Chrissy Teigen's advice.
The one where Zahra explains why she can't read in the bath and Taz returns to Magic Mike Live.
The one where Taz describes how hard it is to leave her apartment and Zahra connects the Rebel Alliance to Allah.
The one where Taz ponders the origins of patchouli and Zahra imagines what a true Jihad Barbie looks like.
The one where Zahra falls asleep on Jaws, Taz defends Glinda the Good Witch, and they discover the connection between Valhalla and Allah.
The one where Taz offers to do makeup reviews and Zahra reminisces about Hawaiian cockroaches.
The one where Taz flirts over plastic grapes and Zahra meets her own hot doctor.
The one where Zahra buys a designer diaper bag and Taz prepares for a billionaire pre-nup.
The one where Zahra describes food in detail to a fasting Taz and Taz pitches a Muslim Bridesmaids movie.
The one where Taz and Zahra visit Manzanar.
The one where Zahra explains leather daddies and Taz plans her passive-aggressive plane moves.
The one where Taz teaches the world the miracles of the "twig brush", Zahra declares the Irish prime minister Muslim, and they both plan a trip to Hawaii with the hot dudes of Kurdish Gents Club.
The one where Taz wins big money from an Aladdin slot machine, Zahra makes her husband test a Japanese toilet, and both pitch their business ideas to the business students of Wharton.
The one where Zahra self-cares with popcorn and cheese and Taz explains that bacon is not Kryptonite.
The one where we declare Christmas Fatwas to all.
The one after election day, where Taz wonders if Glenn Beck is now woke and Zahra almost finds a new husband at a meat market. Also, if you must wear a safety pin, buy ours.
This is a special longer episode featuring …
The one where Taz is on the front lines of being a nasty woman and Zahra asks why she can't have a lightsaber. Both want you to go vote!
The one where Taz “reaches out” to NFL quarterbacks to convert them to social activism and Zahra makes Golden Retrievers cry. Both realize they …
The one where Taz never learns to swim because she didn't have a burqini and Zahra discovers racism in an easter egg. Both share their Muslim Appreciation month gift registries.
The one where Zahra discovers the true meaning of Fatwa, Taz gets the Hiba-jabis for being late, and both decide the world needs more gay pride.
The one where Zahra creates a Sharia ring tone and Taz shares her phobia of secret passages.
The one where Taz receives a Champion of Change in Art and Storytelling from the White House and brings Zahra with her to creep sharia, LIVE from the White House.
Bonus: We spoke with Muslim staffers in the White …
#GoodMuslimBadMuslim's May episode was recorded LIVE at the White House! It'll be coming to you soon but we wanted to share a quick teaser.
The one where Zahra's mother waxes and oils Zahra's husband at their first meeting, while Taz wonders how Zayn Malik manscapes.
The one where Taz rebels against patriarchy with subtle physical deconstruction, Zahra finally answers the question of "Where's the Rumi," and both of them get into a fierce competition with an Auntie Staredown.
The one where Taz is scarred from learning about Jinns in a man's urethra, Zahra eats her way through an edible burka, and both get into a Hijarbie vs Jihottie pillow fight.
The one where Zahra & Taz celebrate their anniversary in Michigan. Zahra discovers Sharia creeping into the GOP and Taz uncovers the Muslimification of her exes.
The one where Zahra asks Santa Khomeini for presents, Taz explains the origins of the evil Empire, and they cast Muslim Star Wars.
The one where Zahra uses her telepathic powers and Taz finds out the Statue of Liberty is Muslim.
The one where Taz tries dating a White guy and Dartmouth's Millennial Muslims dare Zahra to prove her pepperoni-eating habits. Both women decide that they are smarter than neurosurgeon Ben Carson.
The one where Zahra goes "off the grid" while Taz wants the hot men out of her life.
The one where Taz gets her sex education through Barbie dolls and Zahra sends an angry letter full of #MuslimRage & #MuslimCrazy to the internet.
The one where Taz and Zahra meet up in the Big Apple: Zahra becomes an Iranian foreign policy expert because of a joke and Taz declares war on bacon …
Back in May, Zahra and Taz had an awesome time getting interviewed by John Fugelsang and Frank Conniff for the SirusXM show Tell Me Everything. We weren't able to share the link - so instead, we're going to share the …
The one where Taz is mistaken for a Reality TV Star, Zahra refuses to claim she's pregnant, and special guest Saqib gets free KFC. They all skip PE. Ramadan Mubarak!
The one where Taz gets shamed by association while Zahra's entire family gets propositioned (by handshake) in Dubai.
Wow, what an incredible month - we are super excited to have been invited to the All Things Considered Weekend Edition with Arun Rath. We had a great conversation which you can listen to at the audio below and be sure …
The one where Zahra's sexy jokes get her uninvited from a country and Taz is hit on by thirsty guy--or maybe he was just literally thirsty.
The one where Taz gets hit on by a pickup artist and Zahra self-diagnoses as Muslim Crazy.
The one where Zahra gets proposed to while Taz is in the bathroom.
The one where Taz and Zahra discuss who is the good Muslim and who is the bad Muslim.
What will the #GoodMuslimBadMuslim podcast entail? Check out this preview, and then catch the first episode on Monday, January 12!