52:40 | Mar 20th
Summary: "Dark souls." This week we invite writer, theatre-maker, and choreographer Andrea Loewen on the podcast to talk about her new book Feeling Better as well as the film Girl, Interrupted. Also discussed: Dirty John, Back with the Ex, and Lisa...Show More
55:20 | Mar 13th
Summary: "Lunch is observed." This week we tackle the much talked-about new Netflix series Russian Doll, with Andrea and Lisa each giving us their own take on what it is about. Also discussed: Groundhog Day, The Good Place, and JOMO. Show notes...Show More
57:01 | Mar 6th
Summary: "Guts or stupidity." In honour of International Women's Day we're paying tribute to the iconic, radical Mexican artist Frida Kahlo and discussing the 2002 film Frida. Also discussed: Fatal Attraction, Phoebe Waller-Bridge and Summer Sister...Show More
1:04:27 | Feb 27th
Summary: "Tiny wins." Film critic Dorothy Woodend is back for an unprecedented five-peat appearance to talk about the movie Roma and, as a bonus, tells us an incredible story about her experience seeing the film. Also discussed: Alice from the Brad...Show More
1:02:21 | Feb 20th
Summary: "Accumulated couch knowledge." This week film critic and Tyee Culture Editor Dorothy Woodend joins us for the fourth year in a row to pre-game the 2019 Oscars. Also discussed: True Detective, film swag, and the underrated directing career ...Show More
1:04:05 | Feb 13th
Summary: "Be funny at least." This week author and podcaster Dina Del Bucchia joins us to share her considerable expertise in the genre of rom-coms and discuss the classic Meg Ryan movie You've Got Mail. Also discussed: '90s hair, Pretty Little Li...Show More
1:00:01 | Feb 6th
Summary: "It's never over." This week we invite author Lindsay Wong on the podcast to talk about her celebrated memoir The Woo Woo, the classic film Joy Luck Club and the everlasting power of mothers. Also discussed: ghosts, superstitions and the R...Show More
57:47 | Jan 30th
Summary: "I'm not hostile, I'm annoyed." This week, Lisa and Andrea vehemently disagree about peak '90s teen drama 10 Things I Hate About You. Also discussed: Sylvia Plath, platform thongs, and Suits. Show notes: Green Book Director Used to Fla...Show More
1:06:13 | Jan 23rd
Summary: "Sometimes a lady likes to have some fun." This week we kick off Oscar season by inviting repeat guest Steven Schelling on the show to talk about The Favorite. Also discussed: gout, Keira Knightley, and hoarding. Show notes: Tidying U...Show More
58:55 | Jan 16th
Summary: "I have been this woman." This week we invite casting director and union steward Natasha Tony on the show to talk about the sorely underrated film Widows. Also discussed: heist movies, Gillian Flynn, and "unlikeable" female characters. S...Show More
55:29 | Jan 9th
Summary: "It's hard being a diamond in a rhinestone world." This week we invite Samantha Nock of Heavy Content back on the podcast to discuss the loveable movie Dumplin'. Also discussed: Nailed It!, Wentworth and Ellen DeGeneres. Show notes: 20...Show More
51:04 | Jan 2nd
Summary: "Have you ever cried naked sitting in the shower?" This week we revisit the American baby boomer comedy-drama the Big Chill on its 35th anniversary. Also discussed: the weird short-shorts men wore in the '80s, capitalism and the plausibili...Show More
1:08:28 | Dec 25th, 2018
Summary: "Sassy girl." It's December at Pop This! and that can only mean one thing: it's time to fight about the worst holiday movie ever made. That's right folks, join Andrea and Lisa for their 4th annual episode dedicated to arguing about Love Ac...Show More
51:54 | Dec 19th, 2018
Summary: "Not so little women." Over the years, there have been many film, stage and television versions of the classic book Little Women. Pop This! producer Andrea Gin loves the 1949 version, Lisa Christiansen prefers the 1994 iteration and Andrea...Show More
58:54 | Dec 12th, 2018
Summary: "Make me international." This week we talk about our love of Queen Latifah and how Last Holiday is one of the best, most underrated rom-coms of all time. We then also realize it may be so great because it was originally written about a man...Show More
59:18 | Dec 5th, 2018
Summary: "Unfinished business." This week we talk about The Accused and the importance of believing women with guest Angela Marie MacDougall, the Executive Director of Battered Women Support Services. Also discussed: Jordan Peele, Jameela Jamil and...Show More
39:16 | Nov 28th, 2018
Summary: This week our hosts disagree about what constitutes a good musical, Andrea posits the idea that Mary Poppins is the original Cool Girl, and we all realize Mary Poppins is a different movie than we thought. Also discussed: terrible English ...Show More
1:00:25 | Nov 21st, 2018
Summary: This week we invite consultant, facilitator, writer and artist Cicely Blain on the podcast to discuss the film The Hate U Give. Also discussed: Rebel Wilson, Black Lives Matter Vancouver, and the Broken Earth series. Show notes: Rebel ...Show More
30:23 | Nov 14th, 2018
Summary: "A collective breath." This week we are coming live to you from the Vancouver Podcast Festival! Our special guest for this taping was Sam Nock from Heavy Content, and our topic was the classic horror film Misery. Show notes: Heavy Cont...Show More
1:07:15 | Nov 7th, 2018
Summary: "God is a ruthless bitch." This week we invite writer and activist Diandra Oliver on the podcast to discuss the movie Wild and talk about the Curvy Kili Crew — a group of awesome fat babes who are hiking Mount Kilimanjaro for International...Show More
1:05:08 | Oct 31st, 2018
Summary: "You have the same amount of hours in the day as Beyonce." This week we celebrate Halloween by talking about the classic horror film Scream. Also discussed: Big Mouth, Beyonce and Jay Z's marriage, and our favourite scary movies. Show n...Show More
1:00:18 | Oct 10th, 2018
his week we invite writer and crime novel aficionado Don English on the podcast to talk about one of Lisa's favourite films, the 1998 crime comedy film Out of Sight. Also discussed: Patty Smyth, Bojack Horseman, and Vancouver Noir.
59:43 | Oct 4th, 2018
In anticipation of the upcoming release of A Star is Born we watch the '70s-era version starring Barbra Streisand and Kris Kristofferson and discover that Lisa knows all the lyrics to every song. Also discussed: pumpkin spice yogurt, Celion Dion and ...Show More
1:01:08 | Sep 26th, 2018
This week we invite Rose Melberg on the podcast to talk about her favourite film, the criminally underrated Ladies and Gentlemen, the Fabulous Stains. Also discussed: Jane the Virgin, Girls Rock Camp, and our love of Kim Wexler from Better Call Saul.
54:30 | Sep 19th, 2018
This week Andrea and Lisa have conflicting feelings about the teen romance film To All the Boys I've Loved Before. Also discussed: Buffy Sainte-Marie, The African Queen and Andy's friends in the Devil Wears Prada.
1:04:11 | Sep 12th, 2018
This week we bring you a special crossover episode with SADCAST's Pamela Rounis, who wants to talk about the 1987 rom-com Baby Boom. Also discussed: Nancy Meyers, hysterical female characters, and the enduring appeal of Sam Shepard.
51:30 | Sep 5th, 2018
"Uncomfortably funny." This week we talk about the genre-bending genius of Sorry To Bother You, a movie that absolutely lives up to the hype. Also discussed: Don DeLillo, Armie Hammer and The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel.
54:05 | Aug 29th, 2018
"The only trouble I ever had in my life was with white men." This week Lisa and Andrea discover that Norma Rae is one of the best movies they've ever seen. Also discussed: science experiments, Ruth Bader Ginsberg, and the awful summer heat.
56:47 | Aug 8th, 2018
"Uterus Fun Times." This week we tackle the character of Sarah Connor from the Terminator franchise in our ongoing series on female action heroes. Also discussed: Tom Cruise, would-you-rathers, and dogs.
58:26 | Aug 1st, 2018
Summary: "I remembered it better." This week we decide it's time to re-watch Single White Female and try to figure out exactly what 'psychological erotic thriller' means. Also discussed: summer vacations, racist classifieds in the '90s and Play Mis...Show More
1:02:13 | Jul 25th, 2018
Summary: "Goddammit." This week we are joined by comedian Jackie Hoffart to discuss Hannah Gadsby's stunning Netflix special Nanette. Also discussed: Real Men Watch Bravo, Baseball Life Advice and Mallory Keaton from Family Ties. Show notes: Je...Show More
57:58 | Jul 18th, 2018
Summary: "Pants equal love." We invite grad student and CBC intern Danielle Piper to join the podcast to talk about her feelings on Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants. Also discussed: Blake Lively's shark movie The Shallows, Kelly Tran, and Judy Blu...Show More
56:24 | Jul 11th, 2018
This week we discuss the new sci-fi psychological horror film Annihilation as part of our ongoing series on action heroes. Also discussed: Snail Mail, A Star is Born and Lisa's ongoing struggle with her Goodreads Book Challenge.
57:53 | Jun 20th, 2018
"Sad girl enthusiast." This week in our journey through Bride Month continues we take a look at the classic British wedding movie Four Weddings and a Funeral and debate Carrie as an early manic pixie dream girl. Also discussed: least sexy on-screen c...Show More
1:02:09 | May 30th, 2018
We invite director Brent Hodge on the show to talk about his latest film Freaks and Geeks: The Documentary. Also discussed: Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure, Rick and Morty, and the excellent music of Bonjay.
53:50 | May 16th, 2018
This week we invite actress Moya O'Connell on to discuss her upcoming performance as Lady Macbeth at Vancouver's Bard on the Beach, as well as other female characters in Shakespeare. Also discussed: Michelle Wolf, Paddington 2 and the Laughing Archiv...Show More
1:07:27 | May 9th, 2018
This week we invite Renaissance woman Cynara Geissler on to take a deep dive into Poltergeist. Also discussed: ordering off-menu at Dairy Queen, hot dogs from 7-11, and our all-time favourite cakes.
48:47 | Feb 21st, 2018
"The politics of peripheral vision." As we close in on the Oscars, we take some time to talk about Sean Baker's brilliant film The Florida Project, one of our favourites of 2017. Also discussed: grey hair, Anthony Bourdain & the Murphy Brown reboot. ...Show More
1:02:16 | Feb 14th, 2018
For our Valentine's Day episode, we invited writer Mandy Len Catron on the podcast to talk about her favourite rom-coms, her least-favourite fictional couples, and what it was like to go viral with her NYT article "To Fall in Love with Anyone, Do Thi...Show More
59:34 | Feb 7th, 2018
This week we talk about one of Andrea and Lisa's favourite films from this Oscar season: Lady Bird. Show notes: Larry Nassar sentencing Lady Bird trailer Greta Gerwig IMDB 20th Century Women trailer Recommendations: Lisa Christiansen: ...Show More
44:29 | Jan 31st, 2018
This week we welcome PR guy/writer/editor/stylist/fabulist Steven Schelling back on the show for the second time to talk about his favourite film of all time, Moonstruck. Show notes: Moonstruck trailer The Lion in Winter (film) The Royal Tene...Show More
54:58 | Jan 24th, 2018
This week Andrea and Lisa weigh in on whether the 1987 rom-com-drama Broadcast News starring Holly Hunter, Albert Brooks and William Hurt is a realistic portrayal of journalism. Also discussed: contagious diseases, Marlee Matlin, and season 2 of the ...Show More
1:02:17 | Jan 17th, 2018
This week we discuss the controversy surrounding the black comedy biopic I, Tonya and whether the world should finally forgive Tonya Harding. Our guest this week is Pop This! producer and erstwhile figure skater Andrea Gin. Show notes: Kurt Brown...Show More
58:21 | Jan 10th, 2018
"You compliment yourself." We discuss Lisa's #40books challenge, Andrea's amazing relationship with herself, and all the darkness and hope found in Star Wars: The Last Jedi. Show notes: 52 books in 52 weeks challenge The Aquarius Woman Eternal o...Show More
56:32 | Jan 3rd, 2018
"I have a head for business, and a bod for sin." This week we contemplate the lessons we're supposed to learn from the 1988 rom-com drama Working Girl, starring Melanie Griffith. Why does Harrison Ford get top billing? Why are there so many shots of ...Show More
55:47 | Dec 27th, 2017
We are celebrating New Year's Eve together by talking about the biggest rom-com of them all: When Harry Met Sally. Did you know that Nora Ephron originally had a totally different ending written? Also discussed: African Queen, Jenny Slate and The Way...Show More
58:32 | Dec 20th, 2017
This week Lisa and Andrea take on Sandra Bullock's 1995 box office hit movie While You Were Sleeping, and completely re-write the ending. Lisa warns everyone about being suspicious of the grand gesture. Also discussed: The Lake House, Barbra Streisan...Show More
1:06:00 | Dec 13th, 2017
This week Andrea and Lisa toss Love Actually and The Holiday by the wayside and bring their actual favourite holiday movies to the table. Also discussed: the words and wisdom of Angela Davis, onscreen kissing, and whether Die Hard constitutes a Chris...Show More
1:03:31 | Dec 6th, 2017
Here we go again! It's year 3 of our (now) annual December tradition of fighting over whether Love Actually or The Holiday is the best (and/or worst) holiday film of all time. Join us for this annual fight, won't you? Also discussed: Joan Didion, St....Show More
1:02:53 | Nov 29th, 2017
This week we talk about Titanic, a movie both Andrea and Lisa love to hate. Why is it the second most popular film ever? Does it matter if there was room for Jack on the door? Why is this movie so long? Also discussed: Mindhunter, Ibeyi and talk ther...Show More
55:58 | Nov 22nd, 2017
This week we discuss one of Lisa's favourite movies of all time: The Princess Bride. Why is this film so quotable? Why do Mormons love it so much? Why has Andrea never seen the whole thing? Also discussed: André the Giant, the uselessness of manicure...Show More
57:01 | Nov 15th, 2017
Show notes: Lisa sees Morrissey in Seattle I, Tonya trailer Steel Magnolias trailer Best Little Whorehouse in Texas trailer The film that makes me cry: Steel Magnolias Julia Roberts as Tinkerbell in Hook Cruelest Cuts: 21 Bad Movie Hairdos Steel Magn...Show More
53:59 | Nov 8th, 2017
Show notes: Girls Trip trailer Woman to Watch: Actress-Writer-Producer Tracy Oliver The Misadventures of Awkward Black Girl Recommendations: Lisa: Mo' Meta Blues: The World According to Questlove by Ahmir Questlove Thompson Andrea: Songs For A Lost ...Show More
59:52 | Nov 1st, 2017
This week Andrea and Lisa sit down in the studio to discuss their feelings about the 2006 film The Devil Wears Prada, starring Meryl Streep and Anne Hathaway. Andrea talks about her strong feelings about the nickname "Andy" with a y and Lisa tries to...Show More
1:14:15 | Oct 26th, 2017
Show notes: Cecily Walker is the host of the podcast The Riverdale Rag Paul Bae is the host of two podcasts: The Big Loop and The Black Tapes An Un-Scientific Guide to Telling the Sprouse Twins Apart Hocus Pocus trailer Practical Magic trailer Reco...Show More
59:01 | Oct 18th, 2017
Show notes: The Problem with "That's Problematic" your fav is problematic Witch, Please Secret Feminist Agenda The Craft trailer Artisanal brooms from Granville Island Fairuza Balk's Magickal Marketplace in Los Angeles Recommendations Lisa: Jeremy S...Show More
54:54 | Oct 11th, 2017
This week we are thrilled to be joined by musician, broadcaster and producer Louise Burns in the studio to discuss one of her favourite films: the Love Witch. Join us as we dissect this fascinating tale of a beautiful young witch and her gothic Vict...Show More
56:23 | Oct 4th, 2017
October is Witch Month at Pop This! and we're kicking it off with the 1987 comedy-fantasy film The Witches of Eastwick, starring Cher, Susan Sarandon, Michelle Pfeiffer, Veronica Cartwright and Jack Nicholson. Also discussed: Lisa's diminishing capac...Show More
53:05 | Sep 27th, 2017
Lisa talks about the acronym "FOMI" or fear of missing in, and how she'd prefer to stay home forever. Also discussed: the cast of Friends, Goldie Hawn's amazing career, Bill Murray in the 1980s and our special live event on Oct. 20. Show notes FOMI P...Show More
1:01:47 | Sep 20th, 2017
Show notes: The Rabbit Hole, Seattle https://la.eater.com/2017/5/25/15688352/rabbit-hole-bar-los-angeles-valley-photos-inside-dive Skee-Ball https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Skee-Ball GeekGirlCon https://geekgirlcon.com/ Wild Trailer https://www.youtube...Show More
59:35 | Sep 13th, 2017
Show notes Why doing nothing is scary and so important: https://blogs.wsj.com/experts/2016/06/20/why-doing-nothing-is-so-scary-and-so-important/ Under the Tuscan Sun trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vdJGMZDY0-8 Eat Pray Love trailer: htt...Show More
55:30 | Sep 6th, 2017
Join us as Lisa and Andrea discuss the 1992 American romantic thriller The Bodyguard, starring Whitney Houston and Kevin Costner. Also discussed: airport therapy dogs, Spandau Ballet, and Kevin Costner's onscreen kissing techniques. Show notes: Airpo...Show More
54:21 | Aug 30th, 2017
It might not be the perfect back-to-school film choice, but we went for it nonetheless. Election, the 1999 black comedy starring Reese Witherspoon and Matthew Broderick, is our main topic of discussion this week. Also discussed: Lisa's trip to Spain,...Show More
59:08 | Aug 23rd, 2017
Show notes: Under the Tuscan Sun plot summary: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0328589/plotsummary Big Little Lies, a novel by Liane Moriarty: https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/19486412-big-little-lies Big Little Lies - official trailer - HBO: h...Show More
50:40 | Aug 2nd, 2017
We review the classic 1975 American science-fiction film the Stepford Wives and discuss its influence today. Also talked about: Kelly & Ryan, Lorde and Get Out. Show notes: Live with Kelly & Ryan Grouse Grind NPH in Vancouver Stepford Wi...Show More
51:32 | Jul 26th, 2017
Andrea and Lisa have much to say about 'Once More, with Feeling,' the seventh episode of the sixth season of cult television hit Buffy the Vampire Slayer. Also discussed: Cat Lady stereostypes, the Smashing Pumpkins song "1979" and Joss Wheden's Wond...Show More
58:25 | Jul 20th, 2017
This week we invite the amazing Jackie Wong on our show to discuss pregnancy, celebrities and the female body. Also discussed: Lisa's love affair with salad, Francis McDormand in Fargo, and Criminal (the podcast). Show notes: Women laughing alone wi...Show More
58:33 | Mar 23rd, 2017
This week Andrea and Lisa talk about the Mary Tyler Moore Show and go over all the things were considered 'groundbreaking' for single working women in the '60s. Also discussed: toilet paper emergencies, Murphy Brown and The Two Towers.
58:24 | Mar 15th, 2017
Listen to our first ever live taping this week at the Vancouver Public Library. Our topic this week is Gone Girl (film) vs. Gone Girl (book): which is better? Other topics discussed: Emma Watson, Get Out and Valerie June.
52:12 | Mar 3rd, 2017
This week Andrea and Lisa finally get around to discussing the almost Best Picture-winning film La La Land, and whether we think it is overhyped or overcritisized. Also discussed: the rest of the Oscars debacle 2017, My Favourite Murder and Missing R...Show More
1:10:28 | Feb 22nd, 2017
This week we are thrilled to have our first-ever repeat guest back on the show: film critic Dorothy Woodend. She is here to tell us her which films should win this year at the Oscars, and which films will win. Also discussed: mouth breathing, snow an...Show More
49:10 | Feb 3rd, 2017
Lisa and Andrea discuss Baz Luhrmann's Romeo + Juliet. Does the film stand the test of time? How young was Leo Dicaprio in this film? Also, did it have the best soundtrack of all time? Also discussed: Beyonce, the Good Place and Travel Man.
46:26 | Jan 12th, 2017
This week we pay tribute to Carrie Fisher by talking about Postcards from the Edge, the film based on her semi-autobiographical novel of the same title. Also discussed: the Golden Globes, jean jackets, and the Detectorists.
1:04:41 | Dec 22nd, 2016
If you're thinking that we already debated Love Actually vs. the Holiday last December, you'd be correct. You are wrong though, if you thought we'd settled the fight. Lisa and Andrea are here to revisit their raging argument over the best and/or wors...Show More
1:08:14 | Dec 8th, 2016
This week we invite comedian Katie-Ellen Humphries on the show to help us unpack all four episodes of Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life, and you might not agree with what we have to say. Also discussed: Winners, St. Elmo's Fire and the Hamilton mixta...Show More
55:34 | Dec 1st, 2016
We dig deep into the film archives this week and tackle Bus Stop, the 1956 rom-com in which Marilyn Monroe is kidnapped and held hostage by a rodeo cowboy. Also discussed: puppies, Leonard Cohen and gentlewoman fashion.
52:52 | Nov 23rd, 2016
This week we delve deep into the hag horror genre with our look at the 1962 film What Ever Happened to Baby Jane? starring Bette Davis and Joan Crawford. Also discussed: Lainey Gossip, the short film Lights Out, and man buns.
59:11 | Nov 16th, 2016
This week we go deep into the world of Harry Potter with guest Hannah McGregor from the excellent podcast Witch, Please. Also discussed: Dungeons & Dragons, Steven Universe and Lawrence of Arabia.
55:28 | Nov 2nd, 2016
This week Giller Prize-nominated author Zoe Whittall joins us in the studio! She sits down with Andrea and Lisa to talk about The Best Kind of People, complicated families and, of course, Gilmore Girls.
1:02:27 | Oct 20th, 2016
Welcome to part 1 of our 2 part Halloween series! This week Andrea and Lisa take on the 1976 horror classic Carrie. They also debate the correct shoe to wear for podcasting and endorse Blake Lively's newest film.
52:42 | Aug 10th, 2016
We've narrowed it down to two films and in this episode we're going to duke it out to decide the final winner. Will it be Girlfight or Bend It Like Beckham? Take a listen and find out.
49:43 | May 26th, 2016
Is dance a film genre? We make it one this week and debate the merits and demerits of classic '80s musical dramas Dirty Dancing and Footloose. Who will emerge the victor? The answer might surprise you.
46:45 | Apr 27th, 2016
We invite Rain City Chronicles founder Lizzy Karp on the podcast to discuss Carrie Brownstein's book Hunger Makes Me a Modern Girl for the latest edition of our book club.
33:30 | Apr 20th, 2016
This week we wonder: is Almost Famous as good as we remember? To help us re-assess, we are joined by Chandler Levack, who is a Toronto-based filmmaker, journalist, and the creator of Feminist Live Reads (as well as our second guest ever).
35:12 | Mar 3rd, 2016
In this episode we tackle our favourite and least favourite fictional female friendships in television, movies and books. From Betty and Veronica to Meredith Grey and Christina Yang to Rory Gilmore and Paris Geller. Lisa and Andrea talk about the bes...Show More
48:25 | Feb 25th, 2016
This week we welcome our first ever guest! That's right, film critic Dorothy Woodend graces our studio with opinions galore about the Oscars - who should win, who was left out, and what we can do to make them better. Join us, won't you?
35:18 | Feb 11th, 2016
This week Andrea and Lisa talk bout the novel The Girl on the Train for our sporadic book club called Read This! Does it live up to the hype? What do we think about the casting of the film version of the book? Is there still hope for you if you are o...Show More
40:03 | Feb 4th, 2016
"The only hit that comes out of a Helen Lawson show is Helen Lawson, and that's ME, baby, remember?" This week we discuss the 1967 film Valley of the Dolls. Tune in to hear Lisa and Andrea give serious consideration to everything this cult classic ha...Show More
39:28 | Jan 28th, 2016
Welcome to our first ever Read This! book club edition. Our first book up for discussion is M Train by Patti Smith. We also get to hear about Lisa's two great loves: free tote bags and actor Mads Mikkelsen.
44:22 | Jan 7th, 2016
This week we debate whether we love or hate Golden Globes host Ricky Gervais, discuss the correlation between Jennifer Lawrence and global warming, and make our predictions on who is going to go home a winner this year.
30:19 | Dec 31st, 2015
This week Andrea and Lisa talk about overrated and underrated pop culture from the past year. Also, we get to hear juicy details about Lisa's office party, revisit Pizza Rat and extract a confession from Andrea on her true feelings about a certain ch...Show More
40:17 | Dec 24th, 2015
This week Andrea and Lisa talk about their favourite movies of 2015, including Ex Machina, It Follows and Mad Max. Also, Lisa shares the Twitter highlight of her life, and Andrea reveals she does not have any interest in space.
38:53 | Dec 17th, 2015
This week Lisa and Andrea go over their most loved and most hated TV shows of 2015. Was the Mad Men ending wonderful or terrible? How did Game of Thrones become completely unwatchable? Is Broad City the best tv show ever made? Join us for the convers...Show More
45:03 | Dec 8th, 2015
Join us this week for the ultimate movie debate: Love Actually vs. The Holiday. Which of these holiday rom-com do you love (or love to hate. Or just plain hate)? We also talk about the gender pay gap in Hollywood and Lisa's cameo as a medieval wench ...Show More