Kate and Josh won’t let a little thing like their state’s blue laws stop the fun! Join us for mimosas and a brisk discussion of why Ugg boots haven’t died yet, if The Simpsons has anything left to complain about, and whether Milton Berle or Liam Neeson were better able to satisfy Janice Dickinson! Also, there is some talk of Rumplestiltskin.
It’s not just a Rum and Coke — it’s an adventure! After mixing up the Cuba Libres, Kate explains her weird crush on Henry VII, Josh complains that Gordon Ramsay isn’t as fair as “The Amazing Race,” and we both criticize authors who have done far more to entertain the world than we ever have. Join us!
In an effort to clean out the surplus vermouth, Kate proposes a cocktail, the California Dream, that relies heavily on both sweet and dry vermouth. It doesn’t work. We shake it off and move on to the chatting! Josh explains that reading gets harder as you age, self-reliance is overrated, and that it’s hard to tell the difference between hippies and the differently abled. Kate retorts that chicken are assholes, diet soda is cloying, and that water is essential to life. Join us!
*WARNING: THIS EPISODE CONTAINS SPOILERS ABOUT POSSIBLE FUTURE DEVELOPMENTS IN HBO’S “GAME OF THRONES”*
In this week’s episode, Kate explains Kidz Bop to Josh, Josh explains Orson Welles to Kate, and they both puzzle over Macklemore’s resemblance to Biff Tannen and how Josh misses “Free To Be … You and Me.” Join us!
Watch twenty minutes of Orson Welles’ unfinished film, “The Other Side of the Wind,” here.
Apparently F. Scott Fitzgerald didn’t actually say the thing Josh misattributed to Lionel Trilling in this episode.
This week, the sweet taste of the Sea Breeze meets the salty flavor of Kate and Josh! This week, we explore how “Mad Men” is like cheesecake, why Prince needs to let us have his shrimp recipe, and how it’s not always bad when your mother sends you adult entertainment. Plus listener comments!