Fake news, oppressive patriarchy, and an overall impending sense of doom: Join us as "Aunt" Kelly Anneken & Molly "Ofmitchell" Sanchez discuss this and more in Red All Over, a podcast that explores The Handmaid's Tale on Hulu, Alias Grace on Netflix, the works of Margaret Atwood and (weirdly) not current events.
Kelly + Molly give a proper sendoff to Aunt Lydia, Agnes Jemima, Daisy/Jade/Nicole, Bekah and all the rest as they cover the satisfying ending of a very uneven book. There's an Action Offred surprise appearance, even yet still more Aunt names, beeping vaginas, cheese salad, longing for the ambiguity of the Handmaid's Tale book ending, the Nellie J. Banks, Sims naming conventions, cisternologists, the return of the Rhett Butler argument, the power of cosplay, confirmed sexist arctic chair jokes, our inability to accurately tell our own stories and Margaret Atwood's character name fundraisers. Find us in all the familiar places: Venmo, Facebook and Apple Podcasts!
Kelly + Molly recall problematic times with Margaret Atwood, among other things, in their third recap of The Testaments. They get into it about character zodiac signs, Elisa Lam, grotesque descriptions of old men, the Bluebeard, how to correctly pronounce 'crayons,' winter ovesters, the truth about Santa Claus, Commander Judd's R. Kelly contraband, wedding dress montages, Aunt Lululemon and more warm milk. If you have time, hit us up on Venmo, on Facebook , and drop us a nice review on Apple Podcasts!
Get in loser, we're joining Mayday! Kelly + Molly are back to discuss yet still more Testaments-related topics such as telling the four Founders apart, being dead as a donkey, wondering who would hurt a pearl, the consisten badassery of Quakers, Carvel ice cream cakes, determining which character is the stupidest, Margaret Atwood's weird body shaming, who drinks what with whom, the Kesha cruise, Kyle Kyle's dress dress, super dirty martinis and endless cups of coffee and the joy of finally meeting a character who knows you have to drug the baby. You know the drill: we're on Venmo, we're on Facebook , we're on Apple Podcasts!
Pull up your dollhouse! It's time to talk about The Testaments, Margaret Atwood's Booker Prize nominated sequel to The Handmaid's Tale. Our verdict? Parts of it, real good! Kelly + Molly encounter the inevitable Professor Snape comparisons, discuss how to correctly cite Bible verses, explore Pearl Girls and the concubine cut into twelve pieces, compare the Aunts of Gilead to the Bene Gesserit of Dune, debate whether Gilead is a Christian nation, chastise Maggie Atts for a real missed opportunity to name a character Shannon, and recount some exciting swears. Feel free to donate on Venmo, we'll keep the convo poppin' on Facebook and your five-star reviews on Apple Podcasts are always appreciated!
Blessed be the finale, Redheads! Kelly + Molly's hearts grew three sizes as they watched The Handmaid's Tale S3E13. It's a strong finish to an uneven season, so they take the opportunity to get real pedantic about "mayday," worry about Gilead secret slime action, come up with a Steven Universe name for June + Janine, spot some Lush shampoo outside Soul Scrolls, explain how to make Lunchables from scratch, remind everyone that there are other causes for female barfing aside from pregnancy, make a connection to Toni Morrison's Beloved, brush up on dystopian party etiquette, gun for a Ferris Bueller crossover, hope that S4 will bring more a racially responsible approach to writing and casting for the show, and, of course, have one last argument about a very minor plot detail. You can still get a Venmo shoutout for one of our episodes covering The Testaments this fall, we'll keep the convo poppin' on Facebook and your five-star reviews on Apple Podcasts are always appreciated!
It's stress on stress on stress in The Handmaid's Tale S3E12, but Kelly + Molly are thrilled because their podcast inspired a woman to dump her wack ass boyfriend. They're begging for a Thug Life mashup for this episode, clocking textbook examples of dramatic irony, encouraging everyone in Gilead to just take a hit of that medicinal marijuana, reading croissants, wondering if Charm City Cakes survived Gilead, mocking the second-string Commanders, revealing the location of Chekov's literal gun, debating the morality of Stabby June's actions, trying to get an invite to a secret Martha kegger, hoping that Elizabeth Reaser will be back for S4, thinking about why war criminals get to stay at the Ace Hotel Toronto, buying Shonda Rhimes a new beach house and trying to figure out if there's pizza in Gilead. Please fund our Number the Stars adaptation/collaboration with Sean Astin on Venmo, tell us what you think will happen in the finale on Facebook and drop us a five-star review on Apple Podcasts if you've got some time to spare!
Birth control is not yet a collectors item in this recap of The Handmaid's Tale S3E11 and Kelly + Molly are explaining some jokes that happen with their faces. Sweet baby and friend of the pod Yahlin Chang wins MVP for writing this season in a genuinely stressful episode with clearly defined stakes. They're not buying Whitford's excuses for the things Gilead forgot about, worrying what will happen to all the muffins, inventing Dick Cheney groupies, getting freaked out by June's Joker face, arguing about tampons in Gilead, trying to figure out where the heck Nick is, cheering for the Martha Mafia and deciphering who the titular liars might be. As always, if you throw us a few bones on Venmo, we'll give you a shoutout on an upcoming episode. Join in the conversation on Facebook and Apple Podcasts, but be prepared for some potty humor!
Say yes to the scone with our recap of S3E10 of The Handmaid's Tale! Kelly + Molly are occasionally jackasses, but today they're bringing musical research that will blow your socks off (Mozart fans: ready your pitchforks). After a brief discussion of the show's ongoing failure to engage with race, they lose their minds over dessert-based semaphore, dumbass eyeball closeups, Whitford as the Oppenheimer of Gilead, the challenge of watching mental health crises on tv, Fred's chivalry dick/plaid suit combo, Outlander sex scene watching strategies, world building we can believe in, how math works, Atwood novel throwbacks, missing the Canada crew, and Crotchwatch 2019. Concerned we're not making enough scratch from our partnership with Big Latuda? Kick in a few bucks over at Venmo. We love connecting with all of our Redheads, so check out the convo over on Facebook if you haven't yet. And last but not least, drop us a 5 star review on Apple Podcasts to fight the haters #chillnotshrill
Yikes P. Bikes, this episode scores five "yi-yi-yi-yi-yis" as Kelly + Molly connect the dots to baby first hospitals, solitary confinement and heartbeat bills. We're not a commander-friendly podcast as we watch Handmaid's Tale S3E9's drama unfold in a radical, experimental free-range hospital in Gilead. There are shades of Black Mirror's "San Junipero" as Natalie (Ashleigh LaThrop) makes her day rate for doing very little while June becomes an unreliable narrator for an episode. The gals Google through their thoughts to figure out what the 80s were like, marvel at the outsize presence Cherry Jones has in the show and read the new children's book An Eyepatch for Janine. If you're diggin' what we do here, consider dropping a donation on our Venmo page and come hang out over on Facebook. Please rate, review and recommend us to whoever you can, however you can!
Kelly + Molly are rooting for torture in this recap of The Handmaid's Tale S3E8, which contains the long awaited Aunt Lydia flashback! Don't be mad, Gilead made them this way. They're begging June to leave Carol/Natalie alone, feeling bored by everything in Boston, stanning hard for Ann Dowd's gorgeous looks, trying to figure out contemporary goths, wondering if The Testaments will be a way for Margaret Atwood to address user feedback, shouting out Ordena Stephens for a great (if too short) performance, wondering what the actual deal is with medical care, talking about Kim Kardashian West's grandma, explaining how to tell Kelly + Molly apart, killing the Doofy Guardian, predicting ridiculous series finale music clues and mourning the loss of Lindsay Lohan's nightclub in Mykkonos. Be sure to join in the discussion on Facebook, rate/review/recommend us anywhere you can and if you really love us, throw us a little cash on Venmo.
Get down with medicine in this recap of The Handmaid's Tale S3E7. Kelly + Molly are honestly shocked that it took this long to get an episode called "Under His Eye" and they're rolling out the red rope as they get into it about being Team Carol, the show's conservative fans, their wild excitement about Gilead restaurants, all the beverages by Sobe at Loaves + Fishes, the return of Grinch June, the audacity of drinking iced coffee in the dead of winter, Beth's zingers, a cameo from the Home Alone house, upsetting Sound of Music fantasies, anorexic Baptists, Alma's dashed improv dreams and the Horny Wife in DC. Our fans are the best-o (whether or not you make-a the pesto), and we appreciate you! Be sure to join in the discussion on Facebook, rate/review/recommend us anywhere you can and if you really love us, throw us a little cash on Venmo.
Molly chats with Handmaid's Tale writer (and fellow Redhead!) Marissa Jo Cerar about female musical artists, how being adopted impacts her work and what was up with that convenience store scene in S3E5 "Unknown Caller."
Kelly had a chance to chat with Handmaid's Tale OG writer Dorothy "DForts" Fortenberry to talk through the latest episode of the Hulu series ("Household"), her take on Meloni/Reaser Watch and her favorite chick flick/form of self-care.
The Swiss are giving a ball and everyone's invited (except Nick). Kelly + Molly recap The Handmaid's Tale S3E6 and are thrilled to report that Meloni Watch has ended! They take a spin on the Handmaid's Express, celebrate a great bootist, fail to recognize almost any Washington DC landmarks, break down the Quiverfull movement, speculate about Gilead's hair removal cottage industry, clock June for making out with a purpose, wonder what snooker is and jam to some moody piano. This episode boasts amazing face acting from Elisabeth Moss and Ann Dowd, and everyone should always remember to hire Amanda Brugel.
Kelly + Molly briefly host a fruit fan podcast and a The Best Years of Our Lives podcast before they pick apart the least believable part of The Handmaid's Tale S3E5. They demand a backstory arc for Amanda Brugel, explain how there's only two types of men (plus OT Fagbenle), fire up the slut signal, gush over Yvonne Strahovski wearing pants, interrupt bits with other bits, remind everyone not to smoke even though it's a symbol of bodily autonomy, get trolled by Bruce Miller's iPod shuffle again, swoon over Treason + Coconuts, and get ready for their Harry Potter Sears portrait close-up. As always, keep in touch on Facebook, rate + review us with Apple Podcasts and give us a raise at Venmo.
Live from the past, it's Kelly + Molly (with a recap of The Handmaid's Tale S3E4)! In what passes for a "breather" episode of this show, Gilead gets strict again, we finally see some boys (who be likin' dinosaurs), the once and future Rory reunites with Clea Duvall and her woke baby, Fred wants Serena Joy to ask him to the Sadie Hawkins dance, Katy Perry's parents are thriving, Nick still lives above the Waterford's garage, Aunt Lydia's not ready to be back at work, and no one learns that you shouldn't ever invite the Handmaids to the party. Surprising topics include Vine compilations, the musical Carousel and lesbian comfort food.You know the drill--hit us up on Facebook, leave us some love on Apple Podcasts and donate some monies at Venmo. We'd also love it if you'd let all your pals know about us. Thaaaaaaaanks!
Cue up your "Whit's Greatest Hits" mixtape and get ready for the Transformers/Handmaid's Tale crossover you didn't know you wanted. Kelly doesn't know her own age and Molly's too jaded to be shocked, but like stalwart Marthas, they're really good at multitasking in this recap of S2E3. They've got some notes on the soundtrack (more Dido, Britney Spears and Amanda Palmer) and some guest star suggestions (Adam Scott, Margo Martindale and Tituss Burgess). This episode has it all--echoes of Alias Grace, Atwood-inspired dialogue, populism, gloveless fingers, binders full of women and the return of dumb, ordinary June. As always, we're here for you between episodes on Facebook. If you want to keep us going strong, drop us a dollar or two on Venmo and leave a nice review on Apple Podcasts.
We're at def con YIKES in this recap of The Handmaid's Tale S3E2 and even Molly's Martha face blindness can't put a damper on the joy of finally getting FACE BUTTER (kinda) and other treats straight from Margaret Atwood's novel. She and Kelly raise a glass of Serena Joy's Skinny Chardonnay as they call Jesus a couch surfer, muse on the mysteries of Mrs. Bertha Rochester Lawrence, celebrate the return of Sad!Luke (and boyfriend of the podcast OT Fagbenle), complain that there aren't any fat handmaids, hope for a fun hot tub night with Chris Meloni and Elizabeth Reaser, confront their old nemesis "inconsistent world-building," and remind everyone to always pay their bus fare.Can't get enough Red All Over? Come hang out with us on Facebook or fund our working brunches with a gift on Venmo. Drop us a five-star review on Apple Podcasts while you're at it, and tell everyone you know about our little show. We appreciate you, bbs!
The Handmaid's Tale is back, so Kelly + Molly are here to guide you through the valley of the shadow of death (jk nothing bad ever happens in Gilead). They give a well-deserved shoutout to their hookups at Hulu, LOL at June's profane bible verses, debate the way to make a perfect season opener, enjoy a very short Whitford Watch 2019, imagine a postapocalyptic 911, remember that Hagnes is a thing, giggle at June's impromptu mom's group with Mrs. McKenzie, namecheck both Rihanna/Eminem collaborations, and encourage everyone to follow Ane Crabtree's Instagram.Don't forget to help us out by rating + reviewing us on Apple Podcasts, recommending us to fellow fans, joining the convo on Facebook and helping us have more close encounters with Anthony Rapp by pitching in on Venmo.
Kelly & Molly are back with a special Galentine's/Palentine's Day treat! They breakdown the 2001 girl power classic Legally Blonde and dish about SF's Darwin Cafe, internet friends and brunches, whether they actually like The Handmaid's Tale on Hulu, getting drunk on broth, nail techs in different area codes, Warner's two dads, the Final Destination Larters, blonde jokes, TERFs and which movies they'd choose for their Ariana Grande-inspired music videos. Don't forget to join the convo on Facebook, rate and review on Apple Podcasts and hey, if you wanted to drop us a few dollars as a Venmo Valentine, we wouldn't kick you out of bed. Keep an eye out for more episodes as we ramp up for a new season of HMT!
Blessed day, Redheads! We've got a special bonus for you--all the exciting deets from Kelly's encounter with the sardonic goddess and Handmaid's Tale scribe herself, Maggie Atts! Yadda yadda Facebook, yadda yadda Apple Podcasts, yadda yadda Venmo. See you in 2019!
Kelly & Molly discuss their current birth control methods in an effort to avoid the actual content of the episode, their final explainer episode about the real-life inspiration behind The Handmaid's Tale book, film and Hulu adaptation. They cover Bigfoot documentaries, numbers as a tool of the patriarchy, real-ass citations, looking out for sex workers, more tepid book recommendations, Gone with the Wind apologia, consequences for war criminals in Gilead and how to mispronounce a lot of Russian words. Thank you all SO MUCH for your support in 2018! We're taking a break for a few months, but we'll still be holding it down on Facebook. If you want to support us in the off-season, recommend us to your friends, rate and review us on Apple Podcasts and drop us a few coins on Venmo. Happy holidays to all, and to all a face butter!
Kelly & Molly prepare for what's sure to be an uplifting Season 3 of The Handmaid's Tale on Hulu with their fourth installment of Gal's Guide to Gilead. This time, they dig into the real-life inspirations for the novel and tv show while making an unfortunate number of Smash Mouth references, dissing the the tourism of the macabre, bemoaning the undisputed assumption that women are property, referencing kangaroo courts, learning about contemporary labor camps, and put Judeo-Christian bias on blast . If you're enjoying this series, pretty please throw us some dollars on Venmo, drop a note on Facebook or leave a review on Apple Podcasts!
Kelly & Molly handle the flotsam and jetsam of The Handmaid's Tale in this grab bag episode. They get into bad Spanglish, how to partially like books, Molly's lack of geography skills, the merits of reality tv, identifying primary and secondary sources, the semantics of the Colonies, human male seahorses, and Making a Martha. Don't forget to show us some love on Venmo, Facebook and Apple Podcasts-you might get an on-air shoutout!
Kelly & Molly are back and more fueled by mac n' cheese than ever! In the second Gal's Guide to Gilead Handmaid's Tale explainer ep, they talk Gilead and its diminishing returns, epigraphs vs epigrams, Kentucky hags, Naomi Osaka, fertility-destroying caviar, Hulu series newspaper easter eggs, the Wayne Enterprises Christmas party, cunnilingus trains, Christian Netflix, leeks, weigh-ins for flight attendants and SATC cast members, S3 backstory wishlists and doin the frick-frack. Don't forget to show us some love on Venmo, Facebook and Apple Podcasts!
Kelly & Molly, cite their sources--thoroughly--from the comfort of a spacious new couch! In their first explainer episode, they put the Handmaid in The Handmaid's Tale with info from the original novel, the Hulu adaptation, and the sardonic Margaret Atwood's own words. They also spend an absurd amount of time talking about Lindsay Lohan's farewell selfie to John McCain. Snag a shoutout by throwing us a few bucks on Venmo, recommend our Facebook page to your friends going through Gilead withdrawal, and rate and review us on Apple Podcasts!
Kelly & Molly crack open the prize bucket to bring you sweet zaddy Dennis Quaid in 1998's cinematic masterpiece The Parent Trap. They dish about Nancy Meyers and her thrice-divorced 45-year-old children, Bruce Springsteen appropriating gay hookup culture, boat law, peak Lindsay Lohan, various basterdizations of the Salem Witch Trials, the surprising amount of f*ckin in this children's movie, Chessie's full name, Natasha Richardson's still-devastating death, and that thing with the Handmaid's Tale wine. Look to Apple Podcasts for our upcoming Gal's Guide to Gilead, the Facebook group for important announcements, and Venmo for donating to keep us truckin' on the ice road. Don't forget to recommend us to your friends who are catching up with the Hulu show during hiatus!
Kelly & Molly get in a few last audible high fives, self-care horns, and Johnny Gunman jokes in their supersized recap of The Handmaid's Tale S2E13. They keep things relatively civil while discussing the finale in all its glory: searching for Gilead's version of McCall's, ascribing meaning to flowers, praising Elisabeth Moss' #1 line reading in the entire show, giggling at the young poop, slapping peepers on some excellent cinematography, establishing canon tequila drinkers, learning about digetic music cues, parsing the Commander's map, and celebrating the triumphant return of Grinch Offred. Thank you x 1 million for our biggest and best season of Red All Over yet! Keep an eye on Apple Podcasts for off-season goodies, the Facebook group for silliness and chats, and Venmo for donating to keep the episodes coming. Don't forget to recommend us to your gal pals, too! Nolite and we love you!
Kelly & Molly give Kesha a shoutout in their recap of the penultimate episode of The Handmaid's Tale S2. They tell what the deal is about maternity giraffes, gym symbolism, hope chests, breast milk negotiations, putting a bell on Fred Waterford, Cancer season v. Scorpio season, their ideal Shannon shoutout from the Hulu show, beersplaining, Alexis Bledel's busted face, Colonies exit interviews, and how the second part of ride or die is "death." Thanks once again to all you Redhead for getting us as close to a 5-star rating on Apple Podcasts as two non-cishet men can be, your awesome contributions on Facebook, and your much appreciated Venmo dollars.
Kelly chats with Handmaid's Tale S2E11 writer Kira Snyder about wildly overqualified Marthas, dog v. wolf, her self-care routine, and that extra special Radio Free America DJ cameo!NOTE: This interview has been lightly edited for clarity.
Kelly & Molly bite into the juicy tomato that is The Handmaid's Tale S2E11 (which is also an unexpected Holly Hunter documentary). They suggest that the writers' room leave the Margaret Atwood impressions and take the cannoli, dish about sperm, remind the Redheads that they are not doctors, raise money for big teacher sweaters, make a Ferris Bueller connection, beg Hulu to mount an Emmy campaign for Yvonne Strahovski, talk about the very exclusive Bruces-Only Club, praise Elisabeth Moss' face acting once again, clock weird man compliments, talk about June's pregnant identity, diss pretentious tramp stamps, and request river-birth videos. Lots of Redhead shoutouts this episode because you are all just crushing it with Apple Podcasts reviews, Facebook posts, and Venmo donations.
Molly chats with The Handmaid's Tale S2E10 writer Yahlin Chang about that excruciating rape scene, Hulu writers' room snacks, FACE BUTTER, and her favorite girly movies!NOTE: This interview has been lightly edited for clarity.
Kelly & Molly renew the torture porn debate in their recap of The Handmaid’s Tale S2E10, which ranks pretty low on the fruit cup scale. They also get into it about poison pussies, whether Jesus likes Sex and the City, nylons, womansplaining sports, the Commander’s false chivalry, Handmaid gerrymandering, anger potting, and Eden’s cootie catcher. You Redheads remain worth your weight in charcuterie, and we cannot thank you enough for reviewing us on Apple Podcasts, hanging out on Facebook, and being ridiculously generous to us on Venmo.One last thing! You can also support us by purchasing your favorite adult toys from Good Vibrations by using our special link: goodvibes.com/red
Kelly & Molly use their extremely limited French vocabularies to praise The Handmaid's Tale S2E9, a stunning return to form for the Hulu series. Whitford Watch and Fallgate/Jumpgate continue as they discover the #1 reason men should watch The Handmaid's Tale, applaud Dorothy Fortenberry's excellent writing, support Max Minghella at Nick's Battle of the Bands show, diss the Waterford's alternative lifestyle, ponder the effects of the Gilead Diet, visit Toronto's blue light district, break down the Flora/Fauna/Meriwether dynamic in Disney's Sleeping Beauty, and there's lots of pandering to Ruffahoes and hometown fans. It helps us so much when you recommend Red All Over to new listeners, subscribe/rate/review us on Apple Podcasts or your favorite podcatcher, and talk with us on Facebook--many thanks for being so dedicated this season!
It's difficult like 3 PM on a Monday afternoon as Kelly & Molly recap one of the season's weaker episodes. They cast Nick as a member of the Jets from West Side Story, declare St. Paul to be trash, critique Serena and June's coworking space, diss gluten-free Commanders, disagree about the symbolism of the red pen, debate the plural of "clitoris," marvel at the West Elm hospitals of the future, speculate about Rita's profesion, pitch a CE Seed series for Eden, and decide that a little Janine goes a long way. You Redheads continue to be the best fans in the game, so we know you'll never stop recommending Red All Over to your buds, subscribing/rating/reviewing us on Apple Podcasts, and contacting us on Facebook.
Kelly and Molly are as disappointed by S2E7 of The Handmaid's Tale as they were by Meghan Markle's wedding dress. There are plenty of bright spots in the episode as they sound off on pansexual Lando Calrissian, Molly's Stromboli Bruce Miller impression, bringing back sexy Joseph Fiennes, the dystopian level of cozy in Gilead, infinite chances for naughty Handmaids, celebrity murderers, and Samira Wiley's Moira unlocking her MySpace account. Keep an ear out to see if you're among our many Redhead shoutouts as you continue recommending Red All Over to your buds, subscribing/rating/reviewing us on Apple Podcasts, and chatting with us on Facebook.
Kelly & Molly take a ride on the Magic School Bush in their recap of The Handmaid's Tale S2E6. The new all-time upsettingness champion of the series prompts the gals to wonder where women would be if we stopped being afraid of each other, make a lot of Rambo references, invent Babbl (Gilead's search engine), call out Max Minghella's terrible acting, talk prison boyfriends and Hary Potter wands, make fun of Fred's pregnancy pillow, reveal the secret of Eden's Easy-Bake oven, and celebrate the return of Shannon. It's so helpful when you review Red All Over on Apple Podcasts, join the convo on Facebook, and recommend us to other fans of Hulu's adaptation of this Margaret Atwood classic, so please keep up the good work!
Time to say Alias Grace with Kelly & Molly in this S2E5 recap of The Handmaid's Tale. There's plenty to podcast about: a hymn named Cat Stevens, the show's diverse representations of faith, team-building gossip, Max Minghella's audition for Green Day, the state of mental health in Gilead, an update on Whitford Watch 2018, sending Alexis Bledel to Sephora's VIB sale, Aunt Lydia Poppins, Bible verse critiques, some good old-fashioned vajeensplaining, R. Kelly as the Commander of modern times, and how this Hulu show has bigger stone's than HBO's Game of Thrones. As always, please do us a solid and drop a 5-star review on Apple Podcasts, get in on our Facebook page goodness, and tell literally everyone you can about us, however you can.
Kelly & Molly are two dames like no other as they step up to the vault for this recap of The Handmaid's Tale S2E4. Along they way, they offer commentary on March Sadness, learn how babies get dimples, recommend some rosé substitutes, applaud Elisabeth Moss' Grinchy face acting, plan to eat veggies and outlive men, get spooked by the creepy VC Andrews vibes, make a few real-time corrections, explain the difference between regular cigarettes and 100s, diss the show's persistent racial blind spots, give Yvonne Strahovski the credit she deserves, and sing a lil unexpected Kelly Clarkson. We'd just love it if you'd review us on Apple Podcasts, join the conversation on our Facebook page, and spread the RAO gospel to all your gal pals!Want to support Red All Over even more? Drop a few bucks into our Venmo to help cover our production costs. Praised be, bitches!
S2E3 of The Handmaid's Tale on Hulu's got jokes! But not as many as your messy co-hosts Kelly & Molly, who are crackin' wise on June's fire hazard/shrine, spoilers for mother!, the return of Shhh!, ham-fisted metaphors (get it?), straws of plastic and hay, ice road truckers, serial killer boards, and driving hands. Also, seriously, when is Samira Wiley gonna be allowed to have an orgasm on prestige tv?! Damn. All this, plus the Cherry Jones Hollaback Girl singalong you didn't know you needed. Remember to rate and review us on Apple Podcasts, join the conversation on our Facebook page, and then recommend us to all your friends!Want to support Red All Over even more? Drop a few bucks into our Venmo to help cover our production costs. Praised be, bitches!
Kelly & Molly need a tuna melt because they're so stressed out by the premiere of The Handmaid's Tale Season 2 on Hulu. They confirm that 9/11 was not an inside joke, comment on the muzzled Handmaidibal Lecter look, discover 4 bonus stages of grief with Elisabeth Moss' face acting, continue Doofy Guardian Watch 2018, auto-tune their pants, wonder if Gilead has pregnancy sniffer dogs, ring the knocked up bell, declare that white women are always pregnant, check their non-chained privilege and announce a new book called Mike Pence & the Dying Star. Don't forget to rate and review us on Apple Podcasts, join the conversation on our Facebook page, and then recommend us to all your friends!We've got a brand new sponsor this season, too! Save 15% on totes, tees and accessories at Storiarts.com with our discount code REDALLOVER.
Strap on your speculatin' bonnets, Kelly & Molly are here to break down the latest trailer for Season 2 of Hulu's The Handmaid's Tale. In the process, the gals unsuccessfully attempt to do math, bask in the glory of their April Fools' prank, introduce Unbroken Hymen McGee, pit Handmaid funerals against teddy bear picnics, wish Connie Britton was in the HMT cast, wonder where the creme de la aunts are, talk smack about the Commander's giant, leathery thumbs, and chastise God for being so judgy. Don't forget to subscribe to Red All Over with Apple Podcasts or the podcatcher of your choice, rate & review us wherever you can, check out our Facebook page, and recommend us to your friends via email, text, Twitter, or heck, even in person!
Kelly & Molly crash the PaleyFest LA 2018 Handmaid's Tale panel where moderator Debra Birnbaum quizzed Hulu showrunner Bruce Miller and executive producer Warren Littlefield alongside actors Madeline Brewer, Max Minghella, Samira Wiley, OT Fagbenle, Yvonne Strahovski, and Amanda Brugel. Lots of speculation about our upcoming journey into Gilead, our review of A Wrinkle in Time, plus a discussion of three preview clips!
Kelly & Molly are back with a belated Galentine's/Women's History Month kickoff episode! They weave subliminal messages into their discussion of 2001's overlooked masterpiece Josie & the Pussycats and get into some sloppy facts, hymen trampolines, R. Kelly's One-Man Gilead, dressing business slutty, all the fake bands they wish they had started, the enduring legend of JLo's Grammy dress, and sexy back touching. Don't forget to rate & review the podcast on iTunes, follow us on Facebook, & get all your gal pals/mankeepers to check us out! Only one more month til new episodes of The Handmaid's Tale!
Join Kelly & Molly as they dissect every teaser, trailer, & word out of Bruce Miller's mouth in their discussion about the upcoming second season of The Handmaid's Tale on Hulu. A big shoutout to Molly's mankeeper Mitchell for producing this episode & providing real time feedback (i.e. laughter). Don't forget to rate & review the podcast on iTunes, follow us on Facebook, & get all your gal pals to check us out!
Freedom ain't free as Kelly and Molly get into one last fight about the plot of Alias Grace in their discussion of the back half of Maggie Atts' terrifying novel. They also reveal which of their friends they would most like to be possessed by, chat about water signs who write dystopian fiction, discover the futility of trying to pin down Grace Prime, explain the origin of wedding veils, trash faux progressive baes, look for the rest of Mr. Kinnear's "turkish harem," and turn down for work. Thanks again to all our Redheads for a wonderful 2017 fiilled with "get its," crackies, and female friendship. We'll be back in 2018 with March Sadness and more Canadian literary goodness, so don't forget to recommend us to your pals, rate and review us in the iTunes store, and keep an eye on our Facebook page for cool announcements and fun chatter. Nolite te bastardes carborundorum, bitches!
Kelly & Molly reunite to spit peaches and bring you The Grace Marks Tragedy Tour. They discuss Margaret Atwood's original novel and trash the faux progressiveness of Jeremiah and Dr. Jordan, plan a Redhead field trip to see Britney Spears in Vegas, chat about everything on tv that is NOT The Deuce, invest in sewing machines for the insane, praise Dr. Jordan's awesome mom, call out the characters (and themselves) for being ghoulish hypocrites, and welcome back peppercress. The holidays are a great time to rate & review us on iTunes, recommend us to friends, and start thinking about who will win March Sadness!
Kelly & Molly are no closer to understanding Grace Marks in their recap of Alias Grace Part 6, and that's okay. Or is it?! They sing the praises of Margaret Atwood's Instagram, award a Maple to Sarah Gadon, reveal the lost fifth Hogwarts house, weigh in on DivaCup petticoats, lobby for a gritty Amelia Bedelia reboot, wonder if Grace & Jeremiah are getting the band back together, share opinions on hypnosis, and agree on the worst response to a proposal of marriage. Thanks so much to all of you for taking this Alias Grace journey with us, and we hope you'll join us for our upcoming book recaps. As always, remember to rate and review us on iTunes, and don't forget to open a window so our podcast can fly into your friends' earbuds. We love you!
Reclaim your thyme with Kelly & Molly as they recap Part 5 of the Netflix adaptation of Margaret Atwood's Alias Grace. They complain about Emo Edgar Alan Poe, uncover the "u up?" of Victorian Canada, throw some side eye at Grace's sexual jealousy, remind everyone that girls love horses, promote Burlesque Tuesdays at Kingston Penitentiary, hate on the We Heart Kids Club, and provide some unrated & uncut Handmaid's Tale analysis. Help us reclaim our 5-star rating by reviewing us on the iTunes store and recommending us to your friends!
The dead don't like being laughed at, so Kelly & Molly try to be respectful in their recap of the very frightening Alias Grace Part Four. They mock the untruthful CBC episode description, debate which narrators are the least reliable, meet Scary!Grace, promote platonic poisoning, pitch an episode of Undercover Boss at Kinnear's, speculate about McDermott's fantasy league, drop the biological mic, and decide that Margaret Atwood is a Time Lord. As ever, don't forget to drop us a glowing reference on iTunes and spread the word about our awesome podcast any way you can!
It's a Woke Bae Wednesday Miracle in Kelly & Molly's recap of Alias Grace, Part 3! The gals uncover the true meaning of the classic hymn "Rock of Ages", plan a podcast field trip to Themiscyra, discuss Artemisia Gentileschi and topics too hot for the Old Testament, lament Grace's critical thinking skills, tell Dr. Jordan to put on his fuckbonnet, identify the Hugh Hefner of rural Canada, encourage male listeners to not have weird fantasies about smelling women, and remind everyone that dead men tell no ghost stories. As always, rate/review us on iTunes, and please recommend us to the Mary Whitney in your life!
Kelly & Molly confirm that Alias Grace is a full-blown horror story in their recap of Part 2. They diss "pomes" (but not yours, yours are cool), try not to speak ill of the Drake, explain gendered 19th-century anatomy skeletons, get really technical about transhorses, giggle at Mrs. Humphrey's thirst, pit personal liberty versus dat ass, assert that women aren't puzzles or prizes, check out Mary Whitney's Pinterest board, and catch a chill o' the dick. Please do us a solid by rating and reviewing us in the iTunes store, recommending us to everyone you can, and joining the conversation on our Facebook page!
Kelly & Molly love a miniseries, so they are really excited to be recapping Part 1 of the CBC/Netflix adaptation of Margaret Atwood's Alias Grace! They welcome new listeners and put the spice back into the podcast, wonder about Grace Marks' LinkedIn page, pitch Cheese & Crackies with Cronenberg, make fun of Dr. Simon Jordan, give a thumbs down to sea travel, and, above all, are #chillnotshrill. Don't forget to recommend us to your friends, rate & review us on iTunes, and find us on Facebook!
Kelly & Molly are back to give you a sneak peak of their recaps for the Netflix adaptation of Margaret Atwood's Alias Grace, written by Sarah Polley, directed by Mary Harron, and starring Sarah Gadon. They also tease upcoming holiday season fun, remind everyone about birthday week madness, and encourage everyone to give the gift of Red All Over by recommending the podcast to friends & family. All 6 full recaps of Alias Grace will be posted at 12 AM Eastern Time on Friday, Novemer 3!
Fast tiny bitches Kelly & Molly break out the titty brooches and swan around with drinking tulle in their recap of the best movie of all time, 1998's Ever After: A Cinderella Story. They praise the heck out of stars Drew Barrymore, Angelica Huston, Melanie Lynskey and Dougray Scott, cheer the return of face acting, recast Cinderella's slipper as an Ugg boot, declare themselves a Barbie family, learn a lot from YM Magazine, pitch a morning radio show, argue about Cinderella's consent to servitude, sort out Kim Kardashian's various weddings, get misty for Prince Henry, and swing by Ye Olde Claire's to get their ears pierced. Be sure to toot your #selfcarehorn and rate, review and recommend Red All Over. Stay tuned for more movie madness and coverage of the Netflix Alias Grace miniseries!
SPOILER ALERT: It's movie versus book versus show in this recap of The Handmaid's Tale! We repeat, there are spoilers for the movie, the book and the Hulu show in this recap. END SPOILER ALERT.Unlike screenwriter Harold Pinter, Kelly & Molly have not disappeared into a fog! They're back to talk Volker Schlöndorff's 1990 Handmaid's Tale film adaptation starring Natasha Richardson, Robert Duvall, Faye Dunaway, Aidan Quinn and Elizabeth McGovern. They announce that they're not doing anything for the Emmys, compare vagina ages, remember Madam Hooch, badmouth government issue scrunchies, talk about vacation bible prison camp, advise against skiing and other rich people sports, smoke out a pocket of Baptist guerrillas, and teach Molly where babies come from. Don't forget to rate, review and #shoutyournips for us!
SPOILER ALERT: It's book versus show in this recap of The Handmaid's Tale! We repeat, there are spoilers for *both* the book and the Hulu show in this recap. END SPOILER ALERT.Kelly & Molly wrap up their discussion of The Handmaid's Tale novel by digging in to the very meaty epilogue. After meeting (and making fun of) Professor Piexoto, they decide that Princess Diana loved the movie Hook, unpack some new info on Econowives, deliver a #noconfederate message, marvel at the horrors of Gilead cosplay, sing a ditty about ragtime Arctic char, beg Bruce Miller for writing jobs on the Hulu show, imagine a homemade Teddy Ruxpin, advocate for disgust stretching, and introduce the Anneken Test for movies & tv. Keep the ratings, reviews and recommendations to friends coming and we'll be back soon!
SPOILER ALERT: It's book versus show in this recap of The Handmaid's Tale! We repeat, there are spoilers for *both* the book and the Hulu show in this recap. END SPOILER ALERT.Kelly & Molly dream of being successful old women as they finish up the book proper in this episode (they'll handle the Historical Notes next week). They beg Bruce Miller to bring back the Doofy Guardian, show us Nick's peen, and cast Drake next season. Keep an ear out for their Atwood version of "Hotline Bling!" They also offer belated Beyoncé baby name feedback, imagine Lunchables of Gilead, admire the Hulu adaptation's "character service" for Offred, and discuss the connection between Tennessee Williams & hot weather. We're so excited to spend our busy lazy summer with you, Redheads!
SPOILER ALERT: It's book versus show in this recap of The Handmaid's Tale! We repeat, there are spoilers for *both* the book and the Hulu show in this recap. END SPOILER ALERT. Kelly & Molly cover a few more chapters of delicious Atwoodian prose and reveal their deep ignorance of video games, chat about Elisabeth Moss, Samira Wiley, and Ann Dowd's nominations for Face Emmys, compare weird girl lock screens, contrast Playboy witih hippies, skim over sex with the Commander, long for a Handmaid's Tale-inspired Instagram filter, plan to do despicable things to Chris Pine and yell a lot about PEPPERCRESS! We still need your ratings, reviews, and subscriptions so we can make S2 of Red All Over even bigger and better--keep up the good work, Redheads!
It's super special solo Birthday week extravaganza with Molly! Appearing sans Fun Dad & Overbearing Scorpio Kelly, Molly drinks Mom Juice while answering Redhead questions, detailing what's next on everybody’s favorite Handmaid’s Tale podcast now that the Hulu show is on hiatus, and unveiling some amazing Birthday Week social media funsies! Sound effects abound!
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Kelly & Molly are pedantic all the way and full of praise for Elisabeth Moss, Yvonne Strahovski, and Samira Wiley in their recap of the Handmaid's Tale season finale. They also make a PSA about going to see live comedy, marvel at Fred's fuckboyetry, speculate on which sci-fi franchise would survive in Gilead, extol the virtues of problematic d and Nick's pillowy lips, prove inept at the mathly arts, find the only nice man in the show, set their watches to Greenwich Shannon Time, decide God should be like J.Lo, and offer up one last tangent for the road. We'll be back soon with some special summer fun, so make sure to subscribe, rate, review, and tell your friends to check us out! Nolite te bastardes carborundorum, bitches!
Sometimes Kelly & Molly feel like a nut, sometimes they recap the penultimate episode of Season 1 of Hulu's Handmaid's Tale adaptation. Shannon returns as they gab about Mopey Nick, womansplain how men should watch this show, reveal which Disney villain Uber would be, cheer the return of Action Offred & Action Moira, fret about Hollywood infant actors, wonder why Margaret Atwood won't tweet back about Econowives, and ruin Poundtown for everyone. Don't forget to rate, review, subscribe, and swaddle your baby in a t-shirt from Out of Print Clothing!
Kelly & Molly fight a lot in this recap of Hulu's The Handmaid's Tale, but it's okay! They are still friends who love pesto, hand jobs, and dealing drugs. They also wonder who's driving Serena Joy, warn the Redheads to never follow a white man to a second location, reveal more problematic faves, imagine Paul Walker & Jonathan Larson in heaven, reveal the results of the Commander's career aptitude test, and chat more about representation for fat women, disabled women, and people of color. Remember to rate, review, subscribe, and buy clothes for your visit to Jezebel's from our partner, Out of Print Clothing!
Kelly & Molly are back with yet another episode of their humor joke podcast, recapping Hulu's The Handmaid's Tale. They are extremely appreciative of their mostly female Redheads, but take a moment to ask "what about the fertile men?" in this 28 Days Later-esque showcase for the official boyfriend of the podcast, OT Fagbenle (sorry, Max Minghella). They also dish about teen survival novels, back-alley Lasik, dream casting for Offred's mom, and agree that everyone should #freekesha and hate Kombucha. Don't forget to subscribe, rate, review, and buy cool Handmaid's swag from our partner, Out of Print Clothing!
Kelly & Molly are thrilled to announce that OT Fagbenle is the official boyfriend of Red All Over--no, for realsies! Kind of. They manage to pronounce many last names correctly, reveal their problematic favorite Handmaid's Tale characters, lose their gd minds over Hulu's handling of Serena Joy's backstory, discuss getting their eariods, encourage everyone to look at a good butt today, demand the return of Officer Goober, and award Elisabeth Moss a Nobel Face Prize. Please subscribe, rate, review and use discount code REDALLOVER with our awesome sponsor outofprintclothing.com to get 15% off their awesome booky apparel and gifts.
Kelly & Molly's loins are in a tizzy during this week's recap of Hulu's adaptation of Margaret Atwood's The Handmaid's Tale. After a few back in time comments about previous episodes, they wonder why Hulu couldn't partner with a real magazine for this episode, welcome Shannon back again, write a few poems, discuss several instances where men are very useful indeed, defy the haters, discover music even more pretentious than jazz, and play a classic game of "which rapist would I prefer?" If your Commander can't subscribe, rate, and review, see if Nick can do it for him!
Kelly & Molly bond over jingles they sing and their talking to men voices in this recap of The Handmaid's Tale on Hulu. They counsel self-care while watching the Margaret Atwood adaptation, embrace Action Offred, make fun of Christian marketing, escalate Boxwatch & Butterwatch 2017, come up with lots of ridiculous Handmaid names, wonder why there's no smartphones or fertility drugs in Gilead, and celebrate the return of Shannon. Make like a Handmaid and always have a partner, and get your partner to subscribe, rate and review!
Recovering actors/comedians Kelly & Molly are finally caught up with the first three episodes of Hulu's adaptation of Margaret Atwood's The Handmaid's Tale! It's a brutal episode, and tough to be glib about, but luckily everyone has a chance to meet Shannon this episode--you'll see what that means later. Otherwise, much is made of mismatched militia colors, owls, incongruous Match.com commercials during the show, Elisabeth Moss' truly heinous beige sweater, SNL's return after Congress was slaughtered, gorrifying shots, and playful misandry. Thanks to all the Redheads for listening--don't forget to subscribe, rate, and review. Under His Eye!
Although Hulu punked Kelly & Molly by dropping the first 3 eps of The Handmaid's Tale at once, Kelly & Molly aren't even mad. Well, Molly is mad about this episode's hotly contested Simple Minds/Breakfast Club music cue, but Kelly thinks it's brilliant. They are also mad about sapiosexuals, and they wonder if Goop survived the Gilead coup, explain the Red All Over drinking game, parse out why Gilead hates Catholics, debate the color of the Wives' dresses, try to get to 5k followers on Twitter, gush about the collected works of Caroline B. Cooney, laugh because Rory's got jokes, wonder whether the Redheads are #baggirls or #boxgirls, and celebrate the return of Sardonic Margaret Atwood. Please continue to subscribe, rate & review, under His eye!
Hulu's The Handmaid's Tale has finally dropped, and Kelly & Molly are HERE. FOR. IT. They gush over the first episode, which is quite possibly the most beautiful hour of television ever, and agree that pop culture has enough ethnic cleaning stories, get squicked out by Joseph Fiennes committing a disgusting act, reminisce over IM away messages of yore, marvel at the way Aunt Lydia goes full Trunchbull, and decide that Handmaiding for John Legend & Chrissy Teigen would be a sweet gig. Heaven is book jokes that are appreciated, so subscribe, rate & review so we can keep telling them!
In the third chunk of mega-chapters of The Handmaid's Tale, Kelly & Molly live to put another suitcase in another hall, shame anyone who doesn't like My Big Fat Greek Wedding, recast Steve Buscemi as the Commander, defy any other Handmaid's Tale podcast to cover as much ground as this one, advise people to avoid catching feelings in a dystopia, call out internalized femme-phobia, clock more sardonic wit from Margaret Atwood, compliment each other on being cute, assure everyone that networking doesn't have to be terrible, and hope that the Hulu adaptation starring Elisabeth Moss & Samira Wiley is really good. All this, PLUS Kelly scares the crap out of Molly, and Molly has no empathy for Scorpios (including Kelly, because Kelly scared her so badly).
In the second chunk of four mega-chapters of The Handmaid's Tale, Kelly & Molly realize that everybody dies, take a pork ball break, discuss what goes when the cervix is soft, name their vaginas (aka "second faces"), confirm that Margaret Atwood is a gangsta of prose, hate on sci-fi that includes the devil, express concern about Joseph Fiennes' casting in the Hulu series, head off La Leche League at the pass, establish who they'd bang in Harry Potter, and wonder if men think at all.
Kelly & Molly cover the first four mega-chapters of The Handmaid's Tale, and along the way they promote their other podcasts, discuss the Bible, America Pacifica, The Red Tent, and many other books, identify the previous owner of Kelly's copy of the book, shoutout the lesbian stuff in Black Swan, speculate about how the Hulu adaptation might handle things, and agree that Margaret Atwood is *very* sardonic.
Kelly & Molly prime the pump and pass the ammunition for their upcoming recaps of Hulu's adaptation of "The Handmaid's Tale." They talk about their first experiences with Margaret Atwood's novel, a bunch of other books, and wonder if they are currently living in Gilead.