Two friends who share a therapist get high and talk about books, feminism, and pop culture. Hosted by Lauren Dunitz and Carolyn Seuthe.
Episode 10: "The Custom of the Country" by Edith Wharton
Carey summarizes Edith Wharton's sexy classic and assigns each character an astrological sign while Lauren pretends she read the book.
Episode 9: "I'll Be Gone in the Dark" by Michelle McNamara
Carey and Lauren discuss the late, great Michelle McNamara's seminal investigative piece on the Golden State Killer and Carey and Danny try to teach Lauren what a "zaddy" is.
Episode 8: "Goodbye, Vitamin" by Rachel Khong
Carey and Lauren are joined by Danny again (finally!). They discuss Goodbye, Vitamin by Rachel Khong, Florence Foster Jenkins, and pears that Danny brought so Carey and Lauren would love him again.
Episode 7: "The Banker's Wife" by Cristina Alger
After a brief hiatus, Cauren (that's Carey and Lauren) are back! This week they discuss Cristina Alger's thriller "The Banker's Wife," persistent diarrhea, and friendly fights about politics. Enjoy!
Episode 6: "Heartburn" by Nora Ephron
Join Carey, Lauren, and sometimes Danny as they discuss "Heartburn" by Nora Ephron, do a deep dive into very early 2000s Disney Channel, and out Mitch Dunitz for his love of the 1939 classic film "The Women."
Episode 5: "Fun Home" by Alison Bechdel
In this episode, Carey and Lauren welcome their new sound engineer, Danny Dunitz! They also tackle Alison Bechdel's devastatingly brilliant "Fun Home" discuss Lauren's prepubescent crush on Sandra Bullock (which is still goin' quite strong, thank you very much!).
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Love and miss them!
I loved this podcast so much!!! Their conversations about books were so relatable and really helped me bridge the gap between how I’d talk about a book with friends versus in a class—I hope they come back with another episode soon! I’ve been missin them.
Smart and funny
You know how when you’re high you feel like you’re having the best ideas In the world? That’s actually true for these girls, who discuss literature in a silly, warm, and intelligent way. Listen in if you want to have the chillest book club ever.