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Episode 50: Corona Non Grata
Add It Up gets resurrected for a 50th episode pandemic special, where the medically literate Kaitlin Moore joins host Addi Twigg and returning champion John Hancock to talk coronavirus, social distancing, and trusting your gut even if it feels like an overreaction. We share tips on games to play over video chat, make up a DIY mad lib, and somehow bring up dressage... twice. Tune in and commiserate, because we know you have nothing else to do right now.
Episode 49 - Stressed to the Nines
Fellow creatives and anxiety sufferers Jocelyn Rent and Jess Klein graciously agree to swap stories about how our stress and anxiety manifest in our lives -- and how we cope. Shit gets pretty real but we manage a few laughs, too.
Episode 48: Let Me Entertain You, Or Else
Aaron Kleiber returns with his sister in comedy Missy Moreno to chat about performing: why we do it, how we got here, and where we're going.
Episode 47: Brain Waves with Petticoat Rule
Tara and Erika from our sister podcast Petticoat Rule stirred up some brain waves on the latest episode about how music affects us.
Episode 46: Let’s Talk About Sex
Jess Klein and Monica Rae bring their very different fields of expertise and personal backgrounds to a discussion about sex. It gets pretty personal and very graphic, so don't listen to this one with the kiddos around!
Episode 45: Oh, the Horror!
Nix Muse and Ashley Buchinger-Donaldson spook me on the latest episode about horror movie fandom.
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Laughs. Lots of Laughs
I love the wide range of topics and lady power guests on this podcast. Like hanging out with your friends at that point in the night when you crack yourselves up, but also dig deep for the best stories.
Home Away From Home
Full disclosure - Addi name-checks me not infrequently on the podcast. HOWEVER, even if she didn't I'd still LOVE the show! She's a delightful, charming hostess who always seems to make her guests feel comfortable and at-ease. Like a proper BFF, really. (Though sorry, Addi, as I've made everyone in my life painfully, awkwardly aware I only have one BFF, and yes we use that term unironically). Sidetrack aside, what I love most about the show is that it makes me yearn, YEARN I TELL YOU, to return to Pittsburgh post-haste. Her love for the city and its people is genuinely moving. While the show is generally funny, even the less riotous episodes are fun to listen to for their content and the interest Addi shows in subjects as diverse as Death, Wrestling, and Roller Coasters. A podcast not to be missed, even if you don't know the lady personally. (And more's the pity for you, friend)
Witty & Charming Repartee
Addi's podcast is first and foremost fun. She's charming, entertaining and witty; just like a good BFF should. Addi has great repartee with each enjoyable and interesting guest. And the jingles are super sweet. Keep 'em coming, Addi!