It's September. It's Toronto. It's unseasonably hot, and I'm sleeping on my friend's couch again for two weeks.
The summer festival season in Manitoba, on the Canadian prairies, is always an exciting time.
An episode that begins before nap time. With cameos from Alysa Lovely's little one, we glimpse into real life motherhood and ask the question: What does it mean to be an old maid?
Steady... steady... that's it, make no sudden movements... If you're one of our *cough* THOUSANDS *cough* of listeners who tune in during their daily commute, then you're in luck.
Tranna Wintour joins Melanie to talk coming of age with Carrie Bradshaw and how it feels to look back on some of her more problematic moments.
Melanie has a chat with Chad Anderson about season 2 episode 16, wherein Carrie dates an alcoholic. How realistic is the portrayal, and is it true that who we are in bed is who we are in life?
What does Stanford Blatch bring to the table? Find out as Melanie and Sean, or "Rugged Fox," discuss Sex and the City, gay best friends, and dreaming in pimento green.
Anjali Sandhu discusses twenty-something girls, going to the Hamptons of Manitoba, and why Charlotte York was the most relatable character on Sex and the City.
Comedian Cathy Herbert joins us to talk about the mysterious world of "Horse Whispering." We'll answer many of your questions: how to approach a horse, what diploma programs to enrol in, what shape of pen you should build, and, of course, how to keep your taxes in order.
"Why didn't you say this to me when I was alive?"
When I was younger there was one thing that always bugged me about television shows. It seemed like every show had to go out of its way to preach some kind of a positive message. I found this to be especially intrusive in sitcoms.
Angie St. Mars and Melanie Dahling discuss bisexuality. Is that a problem? One might ask. Miranda Hobbes seems to think so. But we couldn't help but wonder why.