Just like Seinfeld had the puffy shirt, this episode has the puffy dress, which we talk about throughout our podcast and also during the Fashion Roundup. And whoa is there some fashion, such as Matt’s jackets, Victoria (again…) in her purple PJs, and Franco’s pink getup. Unrelated to fashion, we critique young parents, talk about leaving one’s caretaker duties for a reality show, and speculate on why Victoria (again, yeesh…) goes after Marylynn. It’s all here rapid-fire and we’d love for you to hit play and join us!
Welcome back, and we come back strong prompted by Co-host Iciar’s most excellent cultural provocations. They link love languages (with a nod to our last two podcast episodes) to politics and, generally, Western Civilization. (Seriously, this happens.) Either abruptly or smoothly, depending on your taste for non-sequitur, we then get to Peter and his quest to find love that’s exactly like the love he has with his parents. Err, his parents have with each other. Co-host Caitlin shares anecdotes, Co-host Craig makes things confusing, and it all wraps up into a tidy, albeit longer than usual, first Bachelor Masters episode of the season. And the Fashion Roundup, too! Hit the play button and join us!
Poor Peter, he’s not going to win. Hannah, we conclude, doesn’t want his life out here in Communist California. We discuss that and, of course, the other hometown dates and wonder what actually constitutes one’s hometown. Throw in various tangents about the San Fernando Valley, memes, religion, and Florida (the usuals for this season) and add in a mom who could someday be the star of her own murder mystery on Lifetime and you got one great Bachelor Masters episode. Hit the play button and join us!