Thursday, October 29, 2020

Podcast Episode 1.12

We've got another new episode, and this week we watched a movie!

Bryan finds Luke's violent behavior toward a 16-year-old boy totally unacceptable, and to be fair, Bryan's totally right. We ship Paris and someone you'd never dream of, but it's perfect! Trust us; you'll love it. And apparently Emily had a Siri before any of us. We watched the 1992 Buffy movie, and Lord, that gymnasium needs better security. Turns out this version of Buffy relies heavily on gymnastics, gets vamp cramps, and goes to high school with Ben Affleck!? And I guess we're still debating whether or not boobs are genitals.

Tuesday, October 20, 2020

Podcast Episode 1.11

Happy new episode day!

This one's a little long guys. All 3 of these episodes are great, and there's a lot to cover. We both tell tales about overcoming bullies in our youth. We learn a lot about Cordelia, except why she makes dresses at school late at night. We have no clue what's going on with Christopher's nose or what he did to Lorelai's shirt, and Bryan's calling out Luke for his emotional issues. Meanwhile, how did Charmed make it 8 seasons? They already seem pretty desperate for ideas.

Tuesday, October 13, 2020

Podcast Episode 1.10

We made it to Episode 10!

Rory AND Buffy's dads make their 1st appearances. Really? A THIRD love interest for Lorelai? Bryan calls out the Gilmore Girls' diet for being, let's say... unrealistic? He's also getting better with names! Old ones, he's still struggling hard with the new ones. Speaking of names, nothing good ever happens to new characters who get names on Buffy. Stacey also thinks Xander looks pretty alright naked considering he can't stop guzzling candy bars. 

Tuesday, October 06, 2020

Podcast Episode 1.09

Ooooo, a kinda SPOOKY new episode

Buffy finally gets a new principal with a familiar face, or at least familiar voice. Hopefully he can fix the school, and quell the big rivalry between the band and the dancers. Meanwhile over at Chilton, lunch is served in the morning, and honestly a lot of the behavior of these Gilmore Girl characters was pretty psychotic this week. Stacey brought home a possibly haunted painting, but Bryan's dark hamster tale is maybe even scarier.