Episode 15, our teenage years continue. An even more random show than normal this one. We discuss plane toilets and difficult passengers, Julian Assange, Caz asks where all the good men have gone, we ask if it’s possible to choose to be another race? Tricky subject. Then there’s all the usual TV and film geekery you’d expect. Please contribute your own thoughts to the discussion by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or using the simple form on the website, you know you want to 😉
Things we reference this time:
- Caz does her air hostess voice for us and we discuss the mile high club
- Dan mentions his favourite podcast (other than this) Wrestle Me and their discussion of Andre The Giant’s airplane toilet problems
- After much random airplane discussion our heroes discuss the high profile arrest of Julian Assange
- Caz Hates GLOW – sounds like a sister band to Johnny Hates Jazz but it’s not. It’s just that Caz watched the series GLOW which Dan likes and has some strong feelings about it. Cue long discussion about how there are no decent men on TV dramas these days. Decent in the sense that they aren’t arseholes anyway.
- Caz watched Fleabag and really loved it
- Game Of Thrones is back and we’re excited
- The 3rd Bill & Ted film is development and the original actor who played Death is back
- Our heroes are watching American Gods and like it but have no clue what is going on
- Dan watched Missing Link at the cinema and recommends it
- Our heroes discuss the proliferation of streaming services now who want £8 off you and whether the likes of the new Disney platform will cause and exodus (or equiducks as Caz likes to say) from Netflix
- Our heroes discuss whether it’s really possible to be “trans-racial” and the case of Rachel Dolezal. There is a documentary about her on Netflix called The Rachel Divide.
- Caz also recommends The Disappearance Of Madeline McCann documentary on Netflix as well, really sad story though.
Right that’s your lot, so as we say in Liverpool… do one will ya! But before you do please remember to send us your thoughts, feelings, complaints, confessions or anything else to email@example.com or use the anonymous form on the website.
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