academy awards

Indoorswomen - Episode 71 - Cannoli and a Hill of Beans

It’s Oscars time again! To celebrate the 91st Academy Awards, we’re bringing you this Oscar-filled episode.

We discuss two classic Best Picture winners we had never seen before: The Godfather and Casablanca.

You can also time travel to the past with us as we share some thoughts on how the 2019 Awards might play out (we recorded before they aired, what can we say?)

Plus, we play a game of Fictional Five and wrap up with recommendations for David Tennant Does a Podcast With… and Kentucky Route Zero.

Shout-outs:

One Person’s Trash Is Our Treasure 

Amanda’s Picture Show A Go Go

The Mafia Minute

Indoorswomen - Episode 51 - Basic Bitches

We can be basic, and that's okay!

In this episode, we tackle what it means to be a "basic bitch," how basicness applies to pop culture, and why we embrace popular media.

We also weigh in on the 2018 Oscar nominations. Who do we think will take home the Academy's little gold men?

Stay tuned to the end for our random recs: Dark and One Day at a Time.

Our intro/outro music is "We Are Highscore" by Krackatoa.

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Indoorswomen - Episode 31 - Tom Hanks is Disappointed in You (aka Pop Culture Completism)

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Hi all! We were so excited to be back in the recording studio (aka our respective homes) after a month away! We kick off our return with a new Strength of Character segment, inducting The Office’s Michael Scott and The Mary Tyler Moore Show’s Mary Richards into our little Hall of Fame.

Our main event today is Pop Culture Completism. What is it about someone that makes us want to pursue all of their work? Do we do this? Do you?

We talk about directors and writers (Joss Whedon, Jane Espenson, Charlie Kaufman, Wes Anderson), authors (Donna Tartt, Neal Stephenson, Rainbow Rowell, JK Rowling), and actors (Ewan McGregor, Dan Stevens), plus many more!

Tweet at us (@indoorswomen) with your thoughts on completism!

Bonus ending feature: our Oscar predictions! We fearlessly predict some of the bigger awards, even though we aren’t caught up on our movie watching. Tune in next time for Oscar commentary.

As always, our fabulous intro/outro music is “We are Highscore” by Krackatoa.