This week, Rhea and Destiny are pro-selfie, pro-ghost prom, and pro-cavemen. We also talk about a cool Takashi Ishii video sent to us by a fan, some games we’ve been playing, and how you should reconsider reblogging Wanda Woodward photos on your Tumblr.
This week, the Badland Girls get lovey dovey for Valentine’s Day by talking about some of their favorite romantic movies and shows. We also talk about homophobia in Kansas, The Lego Movie, and Marc Maron’s love life.
This week, Rhea and Destiny talk about the movies they are looking forward to seeing this year and movies that they loved last year, too. Rhea shares her big big love for 2010: The Year We Made Contact, Destiny feels a need for speed, and both ladies go back and forth on their feelings towards Oscar nominations.
This week, Rhea and Destiny recap their favorite moments of doing the podcast in 2013, share their personal histories with swearing, and get real excited about how awesome this year is going to be.
This week, Rhea and Destiny talk Disney, comics, weird singing voices, and Buffy. Destiny gets excited about a new Gregg Araki movie! Rhea’s reading some cool books! A podcat bro sends an email! A better-late-than-never Kwanzaa song from Stella Carter! Regain all your desire for listening to this episode!
This week, let’s talk about failures in intersectionality, V/H/S/2, sweet girl garage rock, and of course, games. Also learn about some of the creative projects Rhea and Destiny want to take on in this, the year of the horse.
This week, Destiny and Rhea talk about many things, namely identity politics, Disney movies, John Barrowman, slash fanfic, and how Kanye West just might be channeling Francis Ford Coppola. There’s also a movie review from Rhea’s dad, and a song!
This week, Rhea and Destiny talk about video game consoles and the new Hunger Games movie (spoiler-free, obviously). We also respond to a couple of fan tweets and read some Netflix-themed erotica. HAPPY THANKSGIVING!
This week, Rhea and Destiny talk about cut bods and favorite things to do with pizzas…sexually. We also talk about Lily Allen, celebrity crushes, and how life is just one big pile of stuff we’ll never get through without the help of sassy rappers. Somehow, a conversation about objectification ends with us objectifying a whole mess o’ folks. It’s a good time.