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Indoorswomen Rerun! - Episode 25 - Never Judge a Book by Its Movie

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Jen and Meg are on summer vacation (jk we’re both up to our eyeballs in work), so it’s rerun time! We bring you: Never Judge a Book by Its Movie (Or a Graphic Novel by Its Adapted TV Series?) In this episode, we ask ourselves the age-old question: which to consume first, the book or the movie? The answer may surprise you! In our discussion, we relate our experiences with various forms of adapted media including Lord of the Rings, The Hobbit, superhero movies and comics, Game of Thrones, Gone Girl, Harry Potter, and more! We also play the hit card game “Geek Out” and try to stump each other with trivia! Stay tuned for our random recs: The “My Dad Wrote a Porno” podcast and Westworld. Spoiler: They are awesome. As always, our amazing intro/outro music is “We are Highscore” by Krackatoa.

Rerun: Episode 4 - Great Adaptations (apologies to Dickens)

Enjoy our encore of Episode 4:

In this episode we explore modernized adaptations of great literature - both Shakespeare and Jane Austen - and alternative forms of communication and narrative. It’s way goofier than it sounds. Also, we paraphrase our segment title “Great Adaptations” from Dickens and then never mention him. Sorry, Dickens!

There is also a little bit of singing. Very little. Don’t worry about it.

As usual, our lovely intro/outro music is “We Are Highscore” by Krackatoa.

Indoorswomen will be back with all-new episodes in July, so stay tuned!

Episode 4 - Great Adaptations (apologies to Dickens)

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In which there is singing. A little bit. Not too much. You’ve been warned.

In this episode we explore modernized adaptations of great literature - both Shakespeare and Jane Austen - and alternative forms of communication and narrative. It’s way goofier than it sounds. Also, we paraphrase our segment title “Great Adaptations” from Dickens and then never mention him. Sorry, Dickens!

As usual, our lovely intro/outro music is “We Are Highscore” by Krackatoa.