Editor’s Note: The struggle of being a Marvel fangirl is real. In this week’s episode, we discuss the amazing things the Marvel Cinematic and Television Universe (Logan, Legion)has given us. Along with the unfortunate pitfalls (and culture appropriation) i.e. Dr. Strange and Iron Fist.
Editor’s Note: In today’s episode of Tea and Non-Fiction we explore the topic of the Slenderman covered in the HBO documentary Beware the Slenderman. We also delve into our mutual dislike of group related activities, because in our heart of hearts we’re a bunch of anti-social podcasters.
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Editor’s Note: In this week’s episode of Mysteries! we explore the bizarre case of Folie à deux, shared psychosis. We go over the stories about the two sisters Ursala and Sabina Eriksson and the Tromp Family. We then fly out into space to look into what is going on with the Dark Matter and Dark Energy in our galaxy.
Sailor Moon is as problematic as she is alluring. Her disguise power pen would be an awesome accessory for any occasion. The squad goals are everyone’s goals. Her man is tall, handsome. Also, he didn’t issue a restraining order when she pleaded with him they were meant to be together. But there is always a but.
Sailor Moon, at least the Sailor Moon in America, there are issues. Re-watching as an adult it is always frustrating. Specifically when Sailor Moon collapses into a phone booth crying because her ex-boyfriend won’t give her the time of day.
As we bemoan the impending doom of the universe we look towards the bright and shiny things of Disney Princesses to make it all better.
We discuss Moana, Princess Leia, Belle, and (of course) Elsa.
Editor’s Note: Coffee! Boys! Bad Life Decisions! All the things that make us love/hate the newest installment of the Gilmore Girls series. We also go way, way, way off course on 90’s television.
Editor’s Note: In this episode of Tea & Fiction: The Horror Show we discuss episodes three and four of the docu-series: The Staircase. We also touch on a few other stories that got under our skin: the mysterious death of Elisa Lam and a creepy Reddit “ghost story”. Missed our first podcast? Click here!
Quick note, we misspoke in this podcast that the life insurance was $7,000 when it was actually $70,000.