Lots of characters and lots of plot, but how does Glow season 3 come together? A couple of notes: first, we briefly misidentified Jenny as being Vietnamese instead of Cambodian and we regret the error! Second, you can definitely hear rain hitting something right outside the window, whoops. We hope you’ll enjoy anyway!
We watched the internet’s favorite superhero movie ever, even though Rachel doesn’t really like superheroes or animation. Does it hold up to the hype? (Spoiler: Rachel cried, so yeah. YEAH.)
We watched Detective Pikachu and it is OFF THE CHARTS ADORABLE, but is it good? Listen and find out.
Rachel insisted we start this podcast so she could complain about Stranger Things (a show she likes!) and now here we are, two years later, complaining about Stranger Things again. Season 3 has some great stuff and also some rage-inducingly stupid choices, and we ended up talking about it for almost an hour. Whoops! Becky… Continue reading Rachel and Becky Judge: Stranger Things 3
It took us until the end of our conversation to figure out the crux of why we liked, but didn’t love, Always Be My Maybe. I think we really nailed it, though! (It’s not Keanu. Keanu is amazing.)
The internet has strong, STRONG feelings about this one, so we had to check it out! Can the series possibly live up to our middle school book memories? And did you guys know that this David Tennant guy has been in like, a lot of stuff???? Please tune in.
We are late but it’s not because we don’t love you! It’s because of the three day weekend and both of us being separately out of town. Anyway two weeks in the distant past we watched Wine Country and today we tried to remember, even vaguely, what happened in it. Come along on this journey.
We watched Fosse/Verdon, but what is there to discuss besides how tired we are of Great Geniuses who must be tolerated because they are geniuses? So instead, Becky has a LOT of opinions on Crazy Ex-Girlfriend, and Rachel discusses how much she loved Detective Pikachu. Pika pika!
No one is more surprised than we are that we LOVED Bumblebee! That’s right, it’s a Transformers movie, but it’s also a surprisingly charming, touching YA novel about a girl and her shitty car-slash-adorable robot friend. Recommended (or at least discussed)
Watching Shrill on Hulu made us get just a little bit shrill ourselves, to be honest. There were things we liked a lot and felt a good connection to but also… there were other parts. Recommendations: We Set the Dark on Fire by Tehlor Kay Mejia Yoshi’s Crafted World