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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.
Time to wipe your hands clean of 2018, and move on kids. We ring in the new year by looking back on our top moments of 2018 (good and bad), and looking forward to 2019 and what we’ll work to accomplish. Here’s to all of us!
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.
This week, Baraa and Vanessa take a break from the classic CB format, and play 20 Questions so that the audience can fall in love with them even more.
It’s almost the end of the season, and we can honestly just wrap it up now because we found our favorite episodes. Let’s get started.
It’s a somber week: we say goodbye to Baraa’s laptop, Vanessa’s old apartment, and Buddy – the crazy old man that lived in the basement.
Continuing on with our Missouri adventure, we profess our love for the Langmore kids, our hate for Petty (#TeamAntiPetty), and Baraa forgets how to read.
To celebrate episode 30 of the podcast, we’re all going on a trip to the Ozarks feat. Jason Bateman, unfit parents, the cartel, and an old man who dgaf.
Thanks for coming back, we’ve missed you!
This week we welcome Teresa Huang on the show to tell you (and us) all about not giving up, and making it into the writers room. Spoiler: it takes years, tears, and a lot of writing.
It’s almost the end of Killing Eve season 1: we talk teamwork, finding your fulfillment in life, and why we’re Team Niko. All. The. Way.
We find an explanation for Villanelle’s accent, and mourn the loss of a great, loud man. Let’s get to it.
We’re back to reviews, and it’s (finally) a show that YOU have chosen. Killing Eve is all about female empowerment; from a woman creator/writer/producer, to a woman assassin, to another woman trying to catch said assassin. Yaaasss queens!!
For all those fans that only listen to our CB episodes – WE’RE BACK. This week, we reinvent the show into a Sports/Politics podcast. Antics ensue.
It’s here. We’ve reached the end of our Freaks & Geeks journey. We’ve laughed, we’ve cried, we’ve stanned Bill (forever and always) – it’s time to sign our yearbooks and try to move on.
Happy 20th episode! This block of episodes had us in our feels. We reminisce about writing in diaries, debate the merits of snooping, and maybe actually like Neil in these episodes?
HAPPY MOTHER’S DAY TO OUR #1 (and maybe only) FANS!
We’re halfway through reliving our high school days. Detention! Lunch! Vanessa’s never-ending emo phase, and Baraa’s favorite weird smell.
Still stuck in high school, but now adulthood is looming over us. And it sucks. #Zeppelinrocks
Neon. Big hair. Boring. All the things this show is not.
This week it’s full-on fan mode from Baraa and Vanessa, until they realize it’s almost time for their 10 year high school reunion.
This one is for all the fans. We barely mention y’all, but thank you for the love and support. Here’s to our continued friendship, and many more episodes iA.