On this week’s show, Jon confronts NanÂ over herÂ “Meemaw” status, the cast talk cultural appropriation and hair, Brian quits but Jon doesn’t accept his resignation, and the cast has media and election fatigue.
On this week’s episode of Secretly Timid, Nan, Brian, and Eamon are joined by special guest Heather Alayne Morgan. The quartet discuss all things Buffy the Vampire Slayer. Topics include- feminism, fandom, and the shows impact on current television. Also, there are some minor spoilers for shows like Jessica Jones and the 100.
On this week’s episode, Jon, Nan, and Brian share their frustration with the “Bernie or Bust” movement. Later, they discuss whether Justin Beiber’s dreadlocks is an example of cultural appropriation, and Bruce Springsteen dropping North Carolina from his tour schedule in reaction to their anti-trans bill.
This week’s featured song is PersonalÂ by Matthew Logan Vasquez
I bet you didn’t expect to hear from us so soon! This week is Â a stripped-down Secretly Timid, as only Brian and Jon are in studio. The duo discuss last week’s Benghazi special hearing, a new law in Texas that would allow Teacher’s to use lethal force in the classroom, and how “Texas” is now slang in Norway.
This week’s featured song is “Half of It” by Jacky Winter
This week’s featured song is All HitsÂ by The Night MarchersÂ [youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d8hSD60ZMh4[/youtube]This week’s podcast pick is Greetings from Nowhere. Click the link and listen to Christina and Nicole talk about politics, pop culture, and anything and everything that crosses their minds!
On today’s show the cast talk about Valentine’s Day, the Grammys, and last Saturday’s art opening at 500x. The cast then get political and anticipate the 2012 election circus. News topics include (and are limited to) this luxury hotel which has been taken over byÂ squatters. Then Jill pits Tila Tequila against Adrianne Curry in this week Twitter Face Off.
The featured song for this week’s episode is “Bhang Bhang, I’m a Burnout” by Dum Dum Girls