Comedian Chase Bernstein tackles the minutiae of everyday life with humor, honesty and a splash of rage; delving into daring and unprecedented topics such as: People Who Stay Until the End Of The Credits in a Movie, and People Who Are Nowhere To Be Found When It's Their Turn In Bowling. The episodes may take some wild turns, but no matter how crazy things get, Chase is at the wheel, and she's always... composed.
Dear Dry Shampoo
Chase fantasizes about being a restaurant owner in Miami, the stigma of ordering decaf coffee, a coat update, a much needed slurpee, and a perilous journey with SeatGeek... pray you're fully hydrated for episode 61.
Chase grapples with her lack of outerwear, a stranger's disregard for societal order, and dates (the fruit). .. a fruitful ep indeed.
Dear Manhattan Bagel
A very McDonalds Christmas.
Rubik's cubes, magic eyes, a revolutionary trip to drybar... episode 58 did not come to play.
Dear Group Texts
A harrowing story about wrangling Hanukkah candles, Salt Lake City, plus a questions segment- Episode 57 leaves no stone unturned.
A Post Thanksgiving Crescendo
"Your past does not equal your future." - Tony Robbins. With that in mind please enjoy episode 56 aka the future.
Why do some of my friends not listen to Chase Bernstein?
Because when they do, they feel like they’re in the presence of Colin Robinson, the energy vampire. Not me!
It’s just a lovely show!
I think the title says it all and I’m not sure I can add much to the already glowing reviews, which is a lot of words just to say, this is truly a splendid podcast. It’s funny, but not gimmicky; it’s super relatable, but not in the usual way. For me it’s a perfect end of the day gem or an early morning walk with the dog sparkle. I used more words than intended in my little review, but it’s that kind of show, worth it.
I love listening to this podcast. Like some of the other reviews said, I find it relaxing and fun, like talking with a friend. Chase tells the funniest stories...some the experiences are so relatable, like similar thoughts have gone through my head but I thought I was the only one and it feels good to know someone else has felt the same way. Like the story about starting off really friendly with a waiter at a restaurant and then having the food come out cold and the awkwardness of the situation. It makes me laugh and also makes me observe my life a little closer and notice all the funny and awkward things that happen every day. The podcast also inspires me to want to develop some good habits like getting up early and making time for meditation. And finally there are fun guests and stories about Helena the dog. Highly recommend!