An slightly shorter episode this week, because Misha just moved and he’s plum tuckered out. We discuss how to feed your self for less than $400 a week, what to do when contemporary philosopher Zizek comes between you and your loved ones, and why your girlfriend doesn’t want to hang out at your mom’s place anymore. Plus, Kaitlyn’s new career in Art Prevention, and an idea for a new museum.
Misha and Kaitlyn take on ill-advised camping trips, second-degree relics, sandwich fetishes, the least efficient revenge scheme, and more. Misha battles technical difficulties. Kaitlyn assembles furniture. Content warnings for this episode include pet injury and mentions of pedophilia. Also, it’s more than usually NSFW. Sorry.
We kick it old school with arranged marriages and women being asked to make a sandwich. Our famous friend Jacob joins us. We spill some tea about naming babies. Also included: a musical interlude and lots of Harry Potter.
It’s a YouTube double feature, with a side of nasty nuptial negotiations. Kaitlyn teaches French. Misha’s accent is extra nasally (sorry). We both contemplate life as professional Redditers.
This episode features minimal editing because I was out of town. Nonetheless, we cover a variety of topics, including girlfriend-imposed curfews, dog-saving loans, and friendship-ruining children. Misha wants some privacy. Kaitlyn wants everyone to get their shit together.
This episode features our first ever guest podcaster. We had to work pretty hard to get her on the show. It also features unpleasant baby surprises, choosing between the dog and the girl, big name drama, and some bra-based blues. Kaitlyn plays with scissors. Misha contemplates Dwayne Johnson’s hypothetical hissing cockroaches.
A day late but we’re here. Minor content warning: this episode mentions some potential harm to a cat, although it does not come to pass.
Misha and Kaitlyn address serious topics like supporting a partner with disabilities and how to deal with your partner thinking you’re stupid, as well as religious billboards and pre-wedding burgers.