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WWBUT 61 – Marsha Pap Smear

Taking a week off sure left us with a lot to talk about, and we even cut a few things out! (We’ll miss you, Goethe’s Faust.) Join us as we catch you up on what’s been going on in our spare time.

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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.

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WWBUT 60 – A Ramblin’ Rodeo Wrangler

Green knights, hazel woods, and… well, we got two synonyms for green out of this week’s ‘what we’ve been up to’ things. That’s something!

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Episode 161 – Neopets

What do Scientology, internet preservation, and shady advertising for children have in common? Neopets! No, really.

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WWBUT 59 – Big Demon Energy

There are really no words to describe the wild genre-hopping we did over the past couple of weeks. We’ve got it all.

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Episode 160 – James Bond – Roger Moore

Join us as we venture into the 70s and 80s in Bond films with Roger Moore’s snarky, snobbish take on the famous (and infamous) spy.

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WWBUT 58 – Thinking About Peppers

Missy’s been up to nothing, but thankfully Merri has it covered with—seriously, another episode we have to be extra-special-sure we mark explicit? Good lord.

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Episode 159 – Twilight

Join us on this trip down memory lane and into the forests of Forks as we examine Twilight, the enormously loved and extremely reviled YA vampire series!

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WWBUT 57 – Cage-Free Folk Horror

Hope you’re ready for some mood ping-pong this week as we both consumed very different kinds of media. Only God can judge us (especially Missy).

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Episode 158 – James Bond – Sean Connery

We’re taking a closer look at the James Bond film franchise, and more specifically the early Sean Connery days. What kind of cultural context gave birth to these films? Is real-world espionage a factor or nah?