Because I love you so, so very much, I chose to end a rather tasking week by plopping myself in front of the television so I could trudge through the Golden Globes so you didn’t have to. Of course, I made Lara and Todd trudge with me because everyone knows trudging by oneself is like watching The Bachelor by oneself. You end up wondering what life is all about while
Hello everyone ! As with most Women Tell All episodes, I prepared myself for a night full of ruffled feathers and consuming a stiff drink in anticipation of a long episode that could easily have been culled to twenty-five minutes of important information. What I didn’t expect was the power to go out for three hours, forcing me to retreat to the only other person in my life who still has regular
Hello everyone ! This week on The Bachelor is traditionally titled “Hometown Dates.” However, since all of the families have to quarantine at the Neapolitan due to COVID, the remaining contestants call this week “Home Visits.” Some Guy in Austin and I discuss many things this episode, such as: Michelle’s darling parents The Gilmore Girl-ness of Bri and her mom Serena’s deadpan sister and her fierce words And facts about Canada, eh?
Hello everyone, Matt James has picked up his Swiffer and is cleaning house. The mean girls are GONE, and Some Guy in Austin and I have many questions we try and answer in this episode. Should “raking manure” be considered an actual date? Is MJ there for the right reasons? Does she really promote peace and harmony? Could Kit be a fairy living in the human world? When is a
Today is a special podcast. I’m recording my 200th episode, and I have each of you to thank for it! Your downloads and listening ears are the reason why I get to do what I love, so thank you from the bottom of my heart. I asked my roommate Lara to help me celebrate this fun milestone. As we did with the 100th episode, Lara and I decided to share