Hi everyone! I just launched a weekly bonus podcast on Forever Dog Plus called ASK JULIE! I answer YOUR questions every Wednesday. First episode is up now with questions about psychedelic scenes in Disney movies, advice for artists, and Difficult People The Movie. Sign up at foreverdog.plus
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This week Julie (your old pal) contemplates grout, cassowary feet, and Billy Joel.
All hail Salt-N-Peppa in 1993. Nobody has been or will be better than them. Meow!
Hello friends! Julie is back to discuss naughty sheep, some of her famous cooking tips, and the spectrum of opinions on Mother's Day.
New York City is losing its mind! Have some banana bread.
The world is TERRIBLE but your friend Julie is here to chat with you and help pass the time. This week we discuss Debbie Reynolds, precocious children, and chat with Nate about the time Julie abandoned him at a screening of The Diving Bell and the Butterfly.
Then we have the supreme honor of talking to Ada Calhoun about Why We Can't Sleep, her incredible book about Gen X women.
Thank god for Sondheim!
Julie has found the source of the virus and it all comes down to Renée Zellweger.
In other news, we discuss The Taking of Pelham 123, a seitan brisket, and the beautiful women of vintage prison films.
Stay indoors and watch TCM, pals.
Julie has a brand new podcast with her pal Tom Scharpling (The Best Show) called DOUBLE THREAT! Enjoy this sneak preview and subscribe to DOUBLE THREAT on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or wherever you listen to podcasts. DOUBLE THREAT premieres on Monday April 6th with new episodes EVERY Monday.
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Everything is so bad! But in these trying times, Julie is here to discuss nazi-fighting fish, vegan shoes, Kat Von D's lamp, and Under the Skin.
Please look at the Welch goats. We love you.
Your friend Julie is back and ready to explore the great indoors with you! We've got thoughts on our current national crisis, a recap of The Experience, and a pivot to veganism.
Thanks to you for listening and thanks to Robin Columbo for all she does.
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?