We are so very lucky this week to have the hilarious and delightful Alexandra Billings (Transparent) on with us! First Kaore gets a Liza shaped trip to the woodshed and then we travel the ins and outs of Alexandra’s life.
What would you say if I told you that, in this episode, you are going to learn a LOT about playwriting, TrumpCare, gay men & misogyny, AND teeth breathing? Well maybe “learn” was a strong word choice.
No politics this week. YAAAAAY!!! Of course this leaves the door open for Kaore to gripe on just about everything from traffic to Instagram narcissism. After another misfire with song lyrics, Kathleen talks about drama school drama and let’s loose
So much for planning. An episode dedicated to Cheetolini’s sedated rambling Address to Congress complete with audio and fact checking gets sidelined by BREAKING NEWS when Jeff Sessions decides to lie to Congress. Find out more about this and also where
This week Kathleen and Kaore attempt to stray from politics by discussing college odors, “auditioning” for Uber, french vowels, taking criticism, and much more. Of course the current governmental hellfire makes its way in to the conversation…but they tried.
45 had a press conference yesterday where he invited the media, but forgot to extend the invitation to reality. An entire show had been planned until this magnificent show of delusion, ego self pleasuring, and full on Scarface finale towards the news happened.
Tis true, Kathleen and Kaore are back! All of the snark, with fewer equipment failures! On the table today, what your hosts have been up to in the hiatus, affectionate descriptions of Steve Bannon, and where they were the
It’s almost over!!!! The worst election season on record is almost over. We’re here to commiserate with you and talk about Trump, Hillary, Goblin Giuliani, Ass Christie, bridges, food, school, Vitelli’s, Jenny Craig, and plenty of other things to get your
It’s been awhile, and they almost didn’t make it back, but like a horror film killer, you can’t keep them down for long. Kathleen has been matriculating, so she discusses her life as a campus woman. Kaore delves into the