Alaia time travels back to the glorious age of disco when Brandi shares a story about her recent roller skating experience. A faithful listener, Stephanie, opens up a can of X-Files worms that is no small potatoes. The ladies also chat about how much Tyrant sucks, Masters of Sex, and the season finale of Power. Bishop Bullwinkle, Mike Epps, and Hell You Talmbout were also discussed.
If you wish that you could experience the golden age of disco, we want to hear from you.
It’s been a thrilling week in the world of TV and pop culture. Alaia gushes over X-Files, we chat about the FX shows that we love and hate, Masters of Sex, and Power. Brandi considers rekindling her love affair with Idris, Lenny Kravitz shocked us with his snake, and we mourn celebrity break up.
Chrisley Knows Best is keeping Alaia in stitches while Halt and Catch Fire has her wondering when the cat fights will end. Alaia also tries to find a reason to watch Tyrant but her search isn’t yielding any results. Brandi rants about her favorite YouTube shows, First and That Guy, and she expresses her appreciation (love) for Will Catlett the lead character. The ladies also manage to chat about What Happened, Miss Simone, Paula Deen, Jared The Subway Guy, Charlie Ocean, Celebrity Tinder, and the #dontjudgechallenge.
Do you have a X-Files treasure chest? If so, we want to know about it! Drop us a line at 18to49podcast[at]gmail.com
The BET Awards, Chrisley Knows Best, First, and a host of other random shows and topics are up for discussion this week. Are you a regular listener of the show? If so, we want to hear from you. Drop us a line and tell us what you love most about the show.
Netflix has our attention this week with the release of Orange Is The New Black and Sense8. Alaia also provides a thorough recap of all the summer shows that she’s been watching (True Detective, Tyrant, and Chrisley Knows Best).
Have you seen Dope? Brandi thinks it was super Dope and she wants to know what you thought about the film. Drop us a line or an audio message, like our friend Stephanie did with Orphan Black, and let us know what you think. Send us a Dope note at 18to49podcast[at]gmail.com