Oh, hey you guys. Y’all still alive?
This week we bid LA adieu, and march forward as artists living in a global pandemic.
It’s part 2 of our “Should you move to LA/Working in LA during the pandemic and revolution” series.
We come back to the airwaves bearing gifts: a guest host to speak with us on art in quarantine, and the infamous “biG mOvE tO LA”.
We’ve made it to the pinnacle of Leo Szn: Baraa’s Birthday.
How many of you have felt personally victimized by the Hollywood racist propaganda machine?
Listen to us have fun.
back from unofficial hiatus to bring you the latest installment of our ACAB series.
This is not a moment, it’s a daily fight. Stay brave, stay safe.
We’re traveling again, and this time it’s to two different countries + Miami.
We leave New York, and follow Dee Rees into the Mississippi Delta.
Here’s a sweet little surprise to kickstart your weekend, from us to you.
Ease the pain of social distancing with the soothing sound of Vanessa walking us through dying.
We bid farewell to the Bong Joon-Ho review series.
All aboard kids, we’re riding this dystopian train for 2 hours and 6 minutes.
We’re mixing things up this season: TV show reviews are out, and film director reviews are in. This new format will only last as long as lockdown does, so enjoy it while it’s here.
Surprise – we’re making our return and not on a Tuesday! It’s a new year, and a new world. If you don’t want your hands, then stop listening to our show.
Your favorite podcasters reminisce on 2019, and how far they’ve come since the last purge.
To close out the 25th anniversary of Friends airing, we present to you our final review:
Half this episode had to be redacted due to unprofessionalism and potential bridge-burning. Enjoy what’s left.
This week we review two fan favorite episodes
Join us as we discuss what has a worse aging process: white people, or comedy from the ‘90s. Spend that five dollars you found in your jacket pocket here: Patreon. Follow our Twitter , Instagram , Facebook , and Tumblr. Keep rating and reviewing on Apple Podcasts, Google Play, Stitcher, and Spotify!
Pretend everything in this first sentence is a play on the Friends theme song.
The 26 club just got a little less exclusive with the admittance of Vanessa.
If we put in the effort to coordinate & record with an 8 hour time difference…
All good things must come to an end – not this podcast though, just season 2 of Fleabag.
If you’re a piece of trash that’s working on bettering yourself, then you’re in the right place.
Please prepare to stan tf out of Phoebe Waller-Bridge, otherwise…we don’t want you to listen to our show anymore.
Shoutout to all the white men, and corporations responsible for the degradation of our planet – we can’t stand y’all.
It’s been a long 25th year, so consider this episode your gift from Baraa ( & Vanessa).
Skip the first five minutes if you don’t want to hear us laughing excessively over nothing.
Best episode ever. That’s it. That’s the whole description.
Hello fans, we’ve got some catching up to do.
It’s the end of our trip down South; thank you to our hosts Ern, Paperboi, and Darius (especially Darius).
We’re back in Atlanta with our best friend Darius (and his best friend Paperboi, and his cousin Ern).
Enjoy the final stop on our 2019 Hometown Tour: Milwaukee. We talk the highs (and many, never ending lows) of being an artist.
WE MADE IT TO 50 EPISODES!
Good moods, and an actual attempt to conceal the eating in the background? Must be starting a new show…
It’s our shortest commercial break yet – we talk a little more about Christchurch, New Zealand, and getting closure.
We’ve hit our first filler episode of the season, and we mark the occasion by reciting our own The Haunting of Hill House MonologueTM for you. Enjoy.
We welcome you back for the next Crain family funeral, this time honoring and remembering sweet baby Nellie. It should have been Steven.
The funeral talk carries into this episode, as does Baraa’s extreme dislike of Steve.
Happy new year!! We’ve all had a long enough break, so settle down and get ready to deal with some family ghosts. We’re kicking off 2019 with The Haunting of Hill House: also known as another show Baraa really wanted to watch that Vanessa didn’t want to.
In this episode we talk about SWITCH, a new show now streaming online! Creator Stavroula Toska, and actor Alicia Greene join us for a discussion on The Struggle™, independent filmmaking, and diving head first into creating the work that speaks to you.
The girls (and #1 Fan Winston) are back with a pitching exercise. We delve deeper into our horoscopes, and try to help Vanessa get a new job.