The Big Boo Cast, Episode 111

On this episode we talk about my unusually quiet house, Southern Charm, and a couple of Netflix movies that have renewed Melanie’s faith in the romantic comedy. We also continue with the questions we didn’t finish last week, and as it turns out, we talk a lot – A LOT – about parenting stuff (teenagers in general, only children in particular).

You’ll also hear all of my geeky thoughts about The Fourth Estate as well as some podcasts I’m enjoying. Let it be acknowledged that we do not discuss a single item of clothing or a single beauty product on this episode. Somebody call the medics.

Enjoy, y’all!

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Southern Charm

Set It Up

The Kissing Booth

The Fourth Estate

Here’s the Thing with Alec Baldwin

The Pivot with Andrew Osenga

In the Dark

Up & Vanished

Armchair Expert

Closing Song

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The Big Boo Cast, Episode 110

A few days ago some of the folks on our Big Boo Facebook page were kind enough to leave comments with some questions / topics that they wanted us to discuss, so that is exactly what Melanie and I do on this episode. We picked seven to start with, and my goodness: WE HAVE SOME THOUGHTS.

I actually couldn’t fit all of the answers into one episode (you’ll hear the rest next week), but we cover a lot of territory when it comes to grief (specifically in relation to my mama and Mel’s friend Jen), friendships, writing, and whether or not we enjoy crafts (I’ll take “NO” for $400, Alex). This episode is maybe a little extra personal, but we loved getting to talk about this stuff.

Hope y’all enjoy!

You can click here to listen. Or here. You can even listen right here on the blog.

And if you’re on the Facebook, well, we are, too.

We’d love for you to subscribe on iTunes, and we’d be honored if you’d leave us a review.

Here’s where you can get more info on the stuff / products / places we mention:

“Caroline’s” shoe box Fiesta floats

– “Old Friends” by Ben Rector (we don’t mention it specifically – but it’s fitting considering what we say about friendship)

Melanie’s friend Jen

Sophie’s mama

– Carpool Karaoke with Paul McCartney (we don’t talk about this at all, but it’s so heartwarming and will totally brighten your day)

Closing Song

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