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Episode 162 – Tuca and Bertie

Join us as we take a look at Tuca and Bertie, discussing adult animation, sex and relationships, surrealism, and how sometimes your limbs just figuratively fall off and that’s okay.

Do you ever just feel abundantly seen by cartoon birds? Join us as we take a look at Tuca and Bertie, discussing adult animation, sex and relationships, surrealism, and how sometimes your limbs just figuratively fall off and that’s okay.

Warnings: We discuss both sex and sexual assault within the context of the show—nothing more explicit or intense than what might appear in Tuca and Bertie, but the discussions are there.

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