A weekly tipsy podcast where 3 long distance best friends discuss pop culture--from books to current events and everything in between. Original music by Stephen Valentine (soundcloud.com/Stephen-Valentine)
Emily and Emily discuss The Good Place seasons 1-3, what they think is to come in season 4, why this show is so good, and also there is about a 7-minute tangent where they Google the locations of Popeye's in Columbus, Ohio.
This week we're discussing part two of the Vox series "Hindsight 2070: We asked 15 experts, 'What do we do now that will be considered unthinkable in 50 years?' Here’s what they told us." We discuss the stories, society's moral evolution, and things like the concept of bosses.
This week we're discussing part of the Vox series "Hindsight 2070: We asked 15 experts, 'What do we do now that will be considered unthinkable in 50 years?' Here’s what they told us." We discuss the stories, society's moral evolution, and things like the concept of bosses.
This week we're talking about traveling alone – the stigma of doing it as a young woman, doing it as a visibly queer person, or just...not doing it. Where have you traveled by yourself? Where do you want to go?
This week we're discussing the TBS limited (?) series Miracle Workers starring Daniel Radcliffe and Steve Buscemi! It's a 7 episode series created by Simon Rich and based off of his book. We watched the first 6 episodes, so no spoilers on the ending!
Taylor is gone this week, so the Emilys are discussing something she's never done: Living Alone. What are the benefits? The downsides? Is living alone worth the extra expense? Rid yourself of other people and buy a couch on your own.
We can't give you a new episode this week, because two of us are so busy we might die. But we didn't want to not have any new content so please enjoy this sober quickshot, recorded on a phone in the car.
It's good, we promise.
This week we're talking about the new Netflix series Russian Doll. We debate theories, call each other out for tweeting and deleting, and talk about cats and bathrooms.
More info and show notes at http://worstfriendsforeverpodcast.com/portfolio-item/ep202/
To celebrate our 200th episode, we're playing the game Who In the Room? and asking some random questions to find out what we really think about each other. Hope you have some fun learning about us and be sure to chime in with your answer to the question at the end!
Find more info and show notes at: http://worstfriendsforeverpodcast.com/portfolio-item/ep200/
This week we're each giving you a mini report on the books we're reading at the moment. Taylor shares her thoughts on Dragonshadow by Elle Katherine White, Emily V. tells us about Behind the Scenes: Or, Thirty Years a Slave, and Four Years in the White House by Elizabeth Keckley, and Emily K. talks about Eat What You Watch: A Cookbook for Movie Lovers by Andrew Rea
On this week's episode, we're discussing the new movie On the Basis of Sex, all about one of Ruth Bader Ginsburg's most famous cases. Starring Felicity Jones and Armie Hammer as the Notorious RBG and her Number 1 hype-man, Marty, we discuss if this is really the movie our Queen deserves.
This week we're discussing "comfort food" media--the tv shows, movies, books, and albums we turn to again and again and again. Things that make us cry, things we use as distractions, and which things provide the best escape. Be sure to visit us on social media @wffpodcast to tell us your favorites!
For more info and show notes, visit: http://worstfriendsforeverpodcast.com/portfolio-item/ep197/
This week we're discussing Hasan Minhaj's new Netflix show, Patriot Act. He's the fifth weekly Netflix series. Is his show good enough to survive? Is it worth coming back every week? Listen and find out!
Okay. It's here. It's happening. More Harry Potter content. This week we're discussing the Harry Potter movie that all the critics hated: Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald. We talk about Dumbledore and his love of manipulating people, how a secret Paris exists, and the fact that timelines really aren't that hard.
This episode is all About Rebecca Traister's new book, Good and Mad: The Revolutionary Power of Women’s Anger. We discuss the book, our thoughts on the power of women, and how we're all just generally angry at the moment.
This week we're talking all about Bradley Cooper's new version of A Star is Born, starring Lady Gaga. We talk about the movie, the story's legacy, and the current hype. Also, we get pretty upset about a dog.
This week we're discussing the Hulu original The First...or the first 3 episodes of it, anyway. Sean Penn plays a tortured man who doesn't get to go to Mars but probably does later in the series because let's be real.
This week's episode is all about competition reality shows--MasterChef, Nailed It, Project Runway, Great British Bake Off--Do we like them? Why? Why doesn't Taylor understand the genius of watching people fail at baking? Let's discuss.
We're doing it. We're talking about Crazy Rich Asians, the new movie based on the bestselling book. We all read the book to prep and we're ready to discuss the seemingly endless list of this to discuss about this film.
This episode is all about Ali Wong's newest Netflix special Hard Knock Wife. We talk about the special (we watched it), motherhood (none of us are moms), marriage (none of us are married), and comedy (we intentionally didn't categorize this podcast as a comedy because we thought we weren't funny enough). Hope you enjoy!
In this episode, we talk about Melissa McCarthy's new movie, Life of the Party! This movie has a lot going on, and we had... very different experiences with this film, though 2/3 of us agree: Frank is pretty fly.
This episode is all about the documentary RBG, about the Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. We discuss the film, RBG, her family, and her place on the Supreme Court. We learned some stuff, and hope you do too!
This week we're talking about season finales! We talk about which ones we love the most, which ones we don't, which series finales don't make us want to rip our hair out, and the Emilys go on a rant about Fox canceling Brooklyn Nine-Nine. Think of it as a time capsule of those dark 31 hours in which we thought we might never see new Brooklyn Nine-Nine.
This week we're discussing the new Netflix show Ugly Delicious from Momofuku chef David Chang. We talk about the show, how it surprised us, and how much we love food. Recommended eating: All the pizza and tacos you can find.
This week we decided to each learn 5 new things to share/teach each other--from surprising impacts of alcohol on your health to how to poach an egg, this was a fun conversation all about learning new facts!
To celebrate our 3rd anniversary of podcasting, we're doing what we do best--stealing ideas from other people and complaining. Inspired by Lovett or Leave It, we give you a full episode of a rant wheel.
This week we're discussing how difficult it can be to apply your feminism to your everyday life. Does it impact the media you consume? The things you buy? How hard is it to actually practice what you preach?
We're kicking off a month of female-focused episodes (Which is different than normal because we say so. Just go with it.) with an episode on 2 Dope Queens and their HBO specials. We watched the first 3 because that's what was out at the time of recording.
In this episode we're discussing talents we wish we had (and some that we do). We talk about if we could have these talents, why we don't, and if we'll ever do anything about it. Tell us about yours @wffpodcast
This week we're discussing David Letterman's new series with Netflix, My Next Guest Needs No Introduction. We'll be looking that the first episode with President Barack Obama, pining for articulate leaders, and trying to figure out if we really need to still hear from David Letterman. Let us know what you think @wffpodcast
This week we're discussing that makes us feel pretty freaking old: 'stan' culture. What is it? Why does it exist? Is it harmless? What crosses the line from "Fan" to "Superfan" to "Stan"?
Honestly we don't know, please tell us.
This week we're talking about Steven Spielberg's new movie The Post about The Washington Post's decision to publish The Pentagon Papers, starring Meryl Streep and Tom Hanks. We talk about John Williams, Superman, and moveable type. Let us know what you think @wffpodcast.
This week we're talking about winter. How do we deal with the winter blues? Or the fact that it's dark all the time? Or that it's so cold your nose might freeze? Once the holidays are over, what do we have to look forward to?
This week we're discussing the holiday CLASSIC Love Actually, because haters gonna hate. We talk about our favorite and least favorite storylines, and maybe left a treat for you at the very end of the episode...
This week we're talking about season 1 of Amy Sherman-Palladino's new Amazon show, The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel. We previously discussed the pilot of this show in episode 105, but relistening definitely isn't required--lord knows we didn't.
This week we're discussing the politics of the Wizarding World--how it compares to real life, how the wizarding and muggle worlds compare, and how we feel about it all. This is a completely noncomprehensive discussion where we don't even talk about international schools because it's only an hour...
This year for Thanksgiving we're talking about our favorite Thanksgiving tv episodes and movies from Friends and Gilmore Girls to A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving. Be sure to let us know your favorites at @Wffpodcast or in our new Facebook group, WFF Drinking Buddies!
This week we're talking about traditions! Religious traditions, family traditions, holiday traditions--all of 'em! We talk about if traditions block progress, traditions you have with yourself, and we talk about Christmas trees for a bit.
This week we're discussing John Green's new novel, Turtles All the Way Down. We discuss the book, it's treatment of mental illness, and if it was a fun read. Listen and let us know what you think @WffPodcast