Paid in Puke Podcast S8E2: Walking and Talking

On episode 2 of Paid in Puke Series 8, we’re sitting and talking (sorry/notsorry) about Nicole Holofcener’s 1996 debut feature, Walking and Talking, starring Katherine KeenerAnne Heche, and Allison Janney for two scenes. 

Full disclosure, this was the first episode we’d recorded after our long hiatus, so there are some recording hiccups. Some of us forget our own name and mispronounce the director’s surname. Fortunately, the animated series “The Great North” helps us out with the latter issue, as they recently dropped an episode centered around Holofcener’s most recent film, “Enough Said”

Join us to discuss Big Jeans (both the cat and the fashion trend), consequences for casual cruelty, and the nature of phones in the 90s. 

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Really Weird Stuff Podcast – Twin Peaks S2E16: The Condemned Woman

On episode 24 of Really Weird Stuff, we’re discussing Twin Peaks Season 2, Episode 16: “The Condemned Woman. This episode was written by Tricia Brock and directed by Lesli Linka Glatter. Brock and Glatter had the unenviable task of bidding adieu to Josie and James, and they rise to the occasion, with a well-written script, and solid direction. Special guest Ryan Weadon of Ex-Rated Movies Podcast joins us to explore such mysteries as:

WHERE, oh where, is Doc Hayward?

IS it actually romantic to call someone “the love of your life” when you’re only in your early thirties?

WHO is that mysterious woman in the bright blue dress?

And of course…


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Paid in Puke Podcast S8E1: Don’t Worry Darling

On our Series 8 opener, we’re Paid in Pugh’k! It’s a drama-o-rama, spoiler-filler Don’t Worry Darling Extravaganzah! If you’ve been living under a Hollywood-free rock, that’s Olivia Wilde’s genre hopper staring Florence PughGemma ChanKiki LayneKate Berlant, and Wilde herself. The script was heavily re-worked by Wilde’s Booksmart scribe, Katie Silberman

What IS DWD? Horror? Sci-Fi? A Thriller made by someone who doesn’t understand the genre? We find Hot Probs galore, but also gush over the lewks, Pugh’s star power, and Kate Berlant’s ability to find the funniest possible delivery in every line. 

If you want details, we have them, complete with a timeline and the scoop on the Kiki Layne cut. (RELEASE THE KIKI LAYNE CUT!)

Grab a cocktail, put off that housework, and pleasure yourself. 

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