What are we thankful for this year? Marie Yovanovich and Fiona Hill.
SCOTUS declines to review the famous case of Adnan Syed, which is credited with legitimizing podcasting as a medium.
Laura "let it go" before it began and never saw Frozen. Oops.
As we wrap 2019, we'll be going over some "Best Ofs" the last decade. This week: best tech advancement in the categories of apps and hardware.
A couple of confessional writers are wondering - is it ok to brag on social media sometimes? Can I have a fulfilling romantic relationship without sex?
In the news, Coldplay is giving the cold shoulder to climate change by putting a stop to touring until they can find an environmentally friendly and sustainable way to do so.
Will you be sharing your views on President Trump at the dinner table this Thanksgiving? A new survey (https://www.people-press.org/interactives/across-the-table-would-you-share-your-views-of-donald-trump-over-dinner/) from our friends at Pew reveals similarities in approach regardless of political affiliation.
This week's Surprise Bitch! victim Caleb is one of the lucky ones whose family doesn't fight over politics during the holidays.
Here's some warm 'n toasty recommendations to settle into this holiday season: Wemo smart plugs (Andrew), Done Disappeared (https://open.spotify.com/show/6M6oifoENOLFnuq7p78faB) (Laura), and Trader Joe's pizza dough (Pam).
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And in this week's installment of After Dark, available exclusively on Patreon (http://www.patreon.com/millennial) :
Laura has some complaining to do about a series of frustrating experiences she had trying to get her shit together.
Andrew reveals where he and Pat are thinking of moving next (hint: it's not Nashville).
The first injectable male birth control is pending approval in India following wild success in its clinical trials. Do you hear that sound? It's women around the world heaving a sigh at men refusing to get an injection in their nether-regions.