Can a “crazy cat lady” have it all? Does having one cat, a successful career, and some bangin’ PJ outfits make you a “crazy” cat lady? & In that case is being a CRAZY CAT LADY actually the pinnacle of society?? We ask the hard questions with resident dog expert, Rae Lynn Carson in the mostly forgotten Uma Thurman/Janeane Garofalo TREASURE, The Truth About Cats and Dogs.
Put an adorable pig nose on Christina Ricci and call it a fable- it’s PENELOPE! Comedian Carla Mah brings us a forgotten treasure from the recesses of 2008. This week we ask the hard questions like, is Kerri the town with of Alberta? and if you take the accent out of James McAvoy is there anything left? (There isn’t)
Are there any women in Ireland? Is the leading man in this film one of the men in Mumford & Sons? Or did all the men from Mumford & Sons just take turns playing the part like Mary Kate & Ashley in Full House? These Questions & MORE on Devon Hendersons RETURN visit to the pod. We talk the incredibly forgettable Amy Adams vehicle, Leap Year. Find out if an uptight woman can have it all! (She cannot!)
Do Heath Ledger & Julia Stiles have the same hair and dewy skin in this 1999 classic? Yes, yes they do - and honestly, it only adds. Listen as comedian & American High School expert, Marta Wesselhoff, tells us tales of lip wax malfunctions , tossing loose fliers from great heights, & the secret tunnels under Disneyland.
What’s that? We haven’t done a Julia Roberts movie yet? BIG MISTAKE. BIG .HUGE. Thank god Pamela Rounis brought us Rom Com CLASSIC, Pretty Woman. Join us as Kerri warns us not to drink a Big Gulp on an empty stomach, Pamela recommends enhanced CD-Roms and Allie does a SPOT ON Richard Gere impression.
Bow down to Lizzie McGuire QUEEN & Duff Puff originator, Hilary Duff. Comedian and actor & angel Kelli Ogmundson brings the heat and also sparkly nail polish in this bangin’ ep! Join us as we talk all things 2003: Le Chateau, LaSenza Girl, off-brand Uggs & off-brand Seth Cohen.
Is Phil from Modern Family a Zaddy? Comedian Jenny Rubé brings us Clueless, and with Clueless comes PAUL RUDD. In this ep, we talk non-stop Rudd while contemplating whether Mamma Mia ought to have been called WHO’S YOUR ZADDY. Are we young and hip enough to say the word "Zaddy"? JUST ASK OUR JUUL VAPES OKAY????
Is a Woman basically dead after the age of 30? Rom Coms say YES! This week Jordy Matheson brings us 1977’s The Goodby Girl, our oldest Rom Com yet. In this episode we ask ourselves questions like, why couldn’t Black Swan just have been a fun ballerina movie? why is Kerri printing off pages from IMDB.com? and wouldn’t it be great if the woman’s career could have been taken seriously in this film???
Comedian Ronald Dario brings us our artsiest film yet, which means you should get ready for Kerri to say the word “auteur” about 50 times! We get REAL about borscht and talk HOT GOSSIP about Ronald’s whirlwind fall wedding in this UNFORGETTABLE episode.
Teen sketch comedy QUEEN, Amanda Bynes makes her first appearance on You’ve Got Brunch! Comedian Annalise Stuart brings us the 2006 classic teen comedy, She’s the Man. We tackle classic 2006 questions like, where did all the Livestrong bracelets go? Has anyone EVER achieved beachy waves? and Why did Amanda Bynes have a dialect coach for this movie???
Our only New Years Resolution is to keep watching Colin Firth & Hugh Grant together on screen - AND NO ONE CAN STOP US! We start 2019 off right with Comedian, Randee Neumeyer, and the British Rom Com masterpiece, Bridget Jones’s Diary. In this episode we ask questions like, what would Hugh Grant have to do to loose our love? Are our middle school crushes listening? And will Kerri FINALLY allow Allie to be a part of this podcast?
Ryan Gosling makes his first appearance as well as KNOWN HUNK Steve Carell. Comedian Jill Lockley joins us for this foray into dad fashion & Ryan Gosling’s perfectly spray tanned torso. In this ep we objectify Conan O’Brien and practice some MRA pick up techniques- what could go wrong???
Welcome to the Princess Switch- a film where Vanessa Hudgens does an adult version of It Takes Two - TWO VANESSA HUDGENS IN ONE MOVIE? We brought on Rom Com expert, and hilarious comedian, Devon Henderson to help us tackle this TRULY insane movie. In this episode we ask questions like, “How many Hudgens are too many Hudgens?” and “Is that accent supposed to be British?” Join us as we explore at 189 plot points!
Hugh Grant, Emma Thompson, Colin Firth & about three thousand other British actors come together to make the Christmas classic/trainwreck we call Love Actually. DREAMBOAT guest Patrick Dodd joins us as we talk Keira Knightly’s impossibly long torso & Colin Firth’s excessive tea drinking. What could be more Christmas-y than watching 180 straight white couples with troubling power dynamics GET IT ON????
We take on our titular film, You’ve Got Mail, with baby angel, Kim Yip. Will Meg Ryan ever appear in a scene WITHOUT a turtle neck? What is she hiding? An intricate neck tattoo? We certainly hope so! Come with us to 1999 when everyone was scared of the internet, wore thick GAP sweaters, and thought Starbucks was edgy.
Guest comedian Ese Atawo brings us the Jane Austen classic, Pride & Prejudice. Listen to us go ape-shit for longing glances across foggy English moors & the best female character we’ve seen in a rom com. We ask questions like "are my hair ribbons sexy enough to land me a fine English Gentleman?" and "why do so many people want to marry their cousins in this movie?"
We watch While You Were Sleeping- our first Sandra Bullock Movie! - with Vancouver comedian Dena Campbell! Find out which member of the royal family Denea would put in a Rom Com & how many times a week Allie goes to Shoppers Drug Mart (hint: It's a sad amount!)
Join us as we attempt to take on Fever Pitch with Jimmy Fallon & Drew Barrymore and accidentally watch the British version with Colin Firth! Very special guest Michelle Hart joins us as we talk about Stan Lee AND celebrity deaths in a podcast that we recorded almost a month ago- so you tell us if we foretold his death- We think we might have.
Sound as always by Geoffrey Walter