Co-host Caitlin is on vacation this week, leaving just Co-host Craig and Co-host Iciar to deconstruct this week’s episode. True to past behavior, they spend the first good chunk of the podcast talking about tangential things such as YIMBY culture (sorry, Toronto), Gentrification (sorry, Hvar), and suburban sprawl (sorry, Houston). Once we get back on track with The Bachelor, we talk about whether Sarah is a contender, more about Shanae, Clayton’s lip-smacking, and once again speculate as to what is going on in those preview scenes. Hit the play button and join us!
Here we are back at Shrimpgate though we do a pretty good job on this podcast episode of not letting shrimp be the main focus of our conversation. So, in addition to shrimp we talk about whether the actual villain is Elizabeth, ponder what is up Rachel’s whispering, try to figure out why Clayton doesn’t ask questions, and talk a bit about peeing in public. It’s all here, hit the play button and join us!
In this podcast episode we continue our trend of bringing up obscure books/plays that our Co-host Craig had to read in high school. We also discuss the group date AA meeting, how they don’t know how to dress Clayton, Co-host Iciar’s breakdown of the Downtown Los Angeles scenes, Co-host Caitlin’s dissection of contestant behavior, and more!
In this episode a couple of villains emerge, one who thinks she’s actually the front-runner, and another who thinks mental health is something to joke around about. We discuss this along with And Just Like That…, more about Jesse Palmer as the host, whether we should watch the World Cup and Olympics, and and a little bit about friends with benefits. Click the play button and join us!
What can we say, there was a blur of gold sequin dresses to start Clayton’s journey as the Bachelor. We start off this podcast episode, though, discussing the Tournament of Roses Parade, which Co-host Iciar attended and saw Jessie and Clayton up close. Then we go into Clayton as the lead before jumping into trying to get our head around all of the women who look the same as each other. Who is the Recruiter? Where is Lake Hollywood? We try to make sense of it all, hit the play button and join us!
At the end of After the Final Rose, Michelle and Nayte are the recipients of a down payment on a house (via gingerbread house). This baffles our co-hosts who wonder how much a house in Minnesota costs and also just how much that check was for. We also riff on Brandon and his red flags, Nayte and his nervousness, Michelle’s parents and their involvements, and wonder who the heck allowed the ocean noise to become such a character. It’s all here! Click the play button and join us!
We start off this podcast episode talking about And Just Like That…. And, just like that, we’re in the fantasy suite episode of the Bachelorette. It’s a tame episode which leads to a tame podcast, but we do touch on various aspects of the love that each contestant is in with Michelle. Plus, we argue about kids watching HBO with their parents and end with the usual Fashion Roundup. Hit play and join us!
We spend the first part of this podcast episode considering the best movies of all time. This reflects back on earlier days of the Bachelor Masters when such conversations were more prevalent. Then, Co-host Iciar leads us on a discussion of different forms of sexism, ie, Martin’s sexism versus Brandon’s sexism. Not sure what we mean? Hit the play button to find out more!
In this episode Michelle gets upset that the guys aren’t paying attention to her. And in this podcast episode Co-host Craig gets upset that friend-of-the-pod Jay in LA has seen the band Berlin in concert seven times. Co-hosts Iciar and Caitlin try to explain to him that people go to concerts and indeed see the same band more than once. Beyond all of that, we talk about whether Martin is gross or not, that Rick really is gross, and a bunch about the teddy bear group date.
Rude awakening? That’s what Jamie must have experienced after the filming of this episode. He thought he was the singular front-runner only to be stopped in his tracks by Nayte and the rest of the fellas. We talk about that after going over some of the other elements of the show, such as Top Gun, Rancho Cucamonga, and… bagels? Hit the play button and join us!