It is 2019 and Julie has some thoughts about Mary Poppins grooming children, an idea for a new small business, and an update on Merle Allin's ongoing relationship with DryBar.
Hello How Was Your Weeklies! On this episode, Jubees discusses the most fuckable Christopher Lloyd character, we review the discography of the musical artist Kermit the Frog, and meet a doula who can’t spell but who CAN encapsulate a placenta.
So, unless you’re Joan Collins eating soup, strap in to hear about the Yiddish Fiddler, 9/11, and Mr. Jazz’s teef in episode 228.
Jubees has made a big list of her favorite musicals (which AREN'T in order) because look around, what the fuck else is there to do?
Well, we've got what you've been waiting for: JULIE DISSECTS THE 1990 EROTIC DRAMA WHITE PALACE!
Also, Brian De Palma has some thoughts! What are you waiting for, a split screen?
Cher's the best, but episode 213 is pretty great too!
More desserts? I'll pray for you.
Hello pals! James, are you reading this? How does it feel to be a garbage monster from theater hell, James?
Anyway there’s HamilTONS to discuss before it’s time for the annual “Oh, American Horror Story is a big expensive mess.”
The hits just keep on coming, as we discuss a date I went on with a man who skipped the flowers in lieu of a bouquet of opinions on women and comedy.
Then there’s some documentaries and cocaine we need to plow through before we bring it on home.
A much less beloved jew may or may not be living in my building! GAAAAH!
Anyway this week we talk about my blood sugar, defensive writers, cats, Cats: The Musical, Tim Burton, and other pressing topics.
There is also Difficult People commentary for episodes 5 and 6 with none other than Scott King!
Faeries and cogs for each of you. Gadzooks!
Shelley Winters! Fudge! Ben Harper!
This week The Fat Jewish steals my bit about not being able to pronounce “Cathy Guisewite."
We then discuss two very well documented sets of debates: The Gore Vidal/William F. Buckley Jr. debates of ’68 AND The first Real Housewives of New York reunion episode.
All this and two episodes of Difficult People commentary with Scott King? YUP.