We’re on a boat aaaand it’s going fast aaaaand we got a few men we wanna throw in the trash caaaaaaan… specifically Steve and Big. But good news, we’re joined by friend of the show Lola this week! The three of us sat down to talk about season 3 episode 8, The Big Time, and also about how none of us really know what it means to make partner. Other topics: Steve wants a baby even though he is one, Sam’s afraid of the big bad menopause, and Carrie is the only one in this god damn titular city who has her own tampons. Plus, Trey buys Charlotte a damn ugly watch. And ice cold! ❄
You’re gonna want to sit down for this new episode, but make sure you finish wiping your ass first (straight men you’re on thin fucking ice). This week we’re discussing season 3 episode 7, Drama Queens, and we have a special guest! Friend of the show Matt (not to be confused with boyfriend of the show and Noisespace overlord Matt) is joining us to talk about Viagra, shitstains, and a very funny gif from Showgirls. You’re gonna love it! Unless you really like the art style of JoJo, in which case you might not like some of what we have to say.
Where to find Matt: nowhere, forget you even asked
Sometimes you gotta ask the real deep questions about yourself, especially the real deep ones that are dumb as hell. In season 3 episode 6, Carrie’s question is so deep and dumb that it’s the episode title: Are We Sluts? Our city ladies contemplate the meaning of slutdom this week, and we diagnose all women as valid regardless of how much sex they do or don’t have. Meanwhile, Aidan spends a very questionable amount of time in the shitter which makes us ponder the spatial logistics of Carrie’s apartment.
It’s our second bad episode of SATC in a row with season 3 episode 5: No Ifs, Ands, or Butts. In addition to the bad plot of “Samantha dates a black man,” we also lament the death of Kristin Davis’ face via bad kissing, and give Steve a time out for throwing a literal temper tantrum. On a more positive note, we get to finally meet the good boy of Aidan! Plus, we discuss our dream Twin Peaks vacation and gush over Kyle MacLachlan for probably a solid quarter of the episode.
CW: Talk about bones breaking for a couple minutes in the questions section (the question is about this subject so you’ll know when it’s coming!)
This week your hosts have braved a truly awful episode of Sex and the City for you. We even dragged in a very special guest to suffer with us, friend of the show Josh! The episode of the week is season 3 episode 4, Boy, Girl, Boy, Girl… and hoo boy, the title is just the tip of the iceberg. Carrie dates a bisexual man, Charlotte does drag, and as you can imagine the writers handle both of these topics with absolutely no problems that make us want to die. Meanwhile, Miranda freaks out about domesticity with Steve, and your hosts discuss ancient internet culture that Alex was too baby for.
I hope you’re ready for the titty tally to fly off the charts, because this week’s tits and bush count was out of this world. This week we’re discussing season 3 episode 3, Attack of the 5’10” Woman, which surprisingly has little to no attacking. We’re finally blessed with a Miranda plot sans class traitor Steve, and it’s extremely good! We also discuss our Natasha headcanons, figure out which Beyonce songs are best to bone to, and give all our love to women of every height possible.
Dear listener, I hope you’re ready to be kinkshamed in our most cursed episode yet, where we discuss season 3 episode 2: Politically Erect. This week we bid farewell to the beautiful John Slattery, who was unfortunately arrested for piss crimes. We also make room for short kings to rise up, unless you’re Sam’s current boyfriend who we hate. Meanwhile, we try to ignore as much of the Miranda/Steve plot as possible, and instead talk about being horny for love and respect.
Folks, we made it to the best season of all………… Pisces season 3! And boy are we ever excited. This week we’re techincally talking about season 3 episode 1, Where There’s Smoke…, but that’s just a front for us to swoon over John Slattery for an hour and a half. Tune in to find out what Alex is (or isn’t) going to do to Joe Biden, and also to hear us try to remember the plot of Mad Men.
Your favourite anti-equestrian gals have finally reached the end of season 2, and they brought friend and artist of the show Summer along for the ride! This week’s episode is season 2 episode 18, Ex and the City. Between horses, huge dicks (the ex kind), and huge dicks (the dick kind), there’s a lot to unpack. So hop on your favourite horsie and gallop into season 3 with us!
Hello ladies and crabs (and anyone else listening), this week Alex and Stephanie are writing themselves into The Winds of Winter, bringing back rabies, and not trusting doctors. Oh, and also talking about season 2 episode 17: Twenty-Something Girls vs. Thirty-Something Women. It’s the penultimate episode of season 2, so make sure you break out your reserves of dumb bitch juice before we head into the finale. You’re gonna need it!