We've got a real banger this time! "Impressario" Paul Little joins us to talk about writing metal lyrics. And we don't just talk about writing -- we write an entire song during the episode! We take a real hard look at society and expose the dark underbelly of... LISTS.
Are you a jock? A prep? Whatever the heck a "scene kid" is? Do you want to be? Actor/improviser RobYn Slade joins us to teach you how to reinvent yourself over the summer. Should you learn to Nollie? Work out three times? Or should you just buy some new clothes? RobYn talks about her high school wardrobe, Jesse is confused by a certain type of summer camp, and Thomas reminisces about a scary friend.
We're back after a little Fringe-induced hiatus! This one of our longest episodes yet, for learning one of our shortest skills: how to eat six saltine crackers in ONE MINUTE. They said it couldn't be done. They said it was impossible. Well, we SPIT in their faces, whoever they are.
Melanie discusses Charlotte's conversion on Sex and the City with two nice Jewish boys: Dan Goldberg and Benji Rothman.
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. We may just save you from plummeting off of a cliff to probable certain doom. You're welcome, by the way.
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.