Episode 3: Why We Hate Nachos*

For our third podcast, we thought it would be a good idea to strap on our headlights and go spelunking… deep into the caves of our collectively forgotten dreams.  So we made up some questions that mostly have to do with movies and asked them to each other.  Our cleverest listeners may have already sussed out some facts about us, such as my abiding love of horror films and Natalie’s uncanny ability to impersonate Nic Cage vomiting.  But do you know what movies we would take with us to a deserted island?  Or how about what movies we don’t think we could watch a second time?  We’ll regale you with stories of sitting through sex scenes with our parents, and I’ll give my one-word review of the movie Fish Tank.  If all that doesn’t whet your appetite, we also manage to drop more F-bombs than ever before in response to several thousand fan letters we received demanding a more “gritty” feel.  As always, thanks for listening!

*We actually love nachos.






5 responses to “Episode 3: Why We Hate Nachos*”

  1. Brad Craft Avatar

    Lovely, long, informative and fun. Wonderful, as always, AND made me feel better when i was mopey and flu-ish. and yet, what am I left with? Swinging “rage virus” five year olds to the tune of “Raindrops Keep Fallin’ on my Head.” You girls sick. Love ya. More.

  2. Megan T Avatar
    Megan T

    I think “Brian’s Song” is the movie all men are supposed to cry at. I, as well, have never understood the “Raindrops Keep Fallin’ On My Head” scene in “Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid”. Love the Seija quote at the end! Agree with Brad-more please!

  3. Kitri Avatar

    Thousands of pleading fan letters? More like a potato bug crushed in an envelope addressed to “shithead.”

  4. kyle Avatar

    you did your best not to bawl during Whale Rider because you thought i would make fun of you. so instead, i made fun of you for that.

  5. Natalie Avatar

    We shared a special moment in my ridiculousness that day.

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