13 episodes

Full of practical advice and completely necessary tangents, co-dependent besties Allison Raskin and Gaby Dunn host this brutally honest comedic variety show. These New York Times best-selling authors and YouTube series hosts are bringing laughter to life’s toughest and sometimes most ridiculous situations by asking thought-provoking questions, playing games, and dipping into some serious topics around relationships, mental health, money and sexuality. You might not know them, but you’ll feel like you’re just between them!

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    • Comedy
    • 4.4, 1K Ratings

Full of practical advice and completely necessary tangents, co-dependent besties Allison Raskin and Gaby Dunn host this brutally honest comedic variety show. These New York Times best-selling authors and YouTube series hosts are bringing laughter to life’s toughest and sometimes most ridiculous situations by asking thought-provoking questions, playing games, and dipping into some serious topics around relationships, mental health, money and sexuality. You might not know them, but you’ll feel like you’re just between them!

Customer Reviews

4.4 out of 5
1K Ratings

1K Ratings

pcawley1964 ,

Feels Like Left Wing Fox News

This show was recommended by a friend, I'm now thinking that was a practical joke played on me. The absolute hate that came out of these 2 girls was unbelieveable. Unless you are far left of Hilliary Clinton or President Obama then you are an imigrant hating, sexist, racist, religious fanatic who would make the world a better place by dying. Felt like I was listening to a couple of Left Wing Bill O'Rileys

Abigail (@Abigail_Hope_) ,

this show is a warm hug and a slap in the face at the same time. In the best way

I am a huge fan of these ladies and so I was super bummed when their first episode turned me off a bit. I felt that they were a bit too one sided regarding certain issues (even though I agreed with them) and I found it sad that it may be off-putting to people who would then not give them a chance. I AM SO HAPPY THAT I WAS WRONG AF! What I love about Gaby and Allison is that they are constantly lilstening. Maybe a bit ironic for a podcast, but they truly LISTEN to their guests and to each other. I think that they heard some of the feedback from the first ep and have since grown into their craft in a way that just seems to get better with each episode. The mental health episode quite honestly made me feel better. About myself, how I'd been feeling...things I was convinced were only found in the dark corners of my mind on long bus rides home were being talked about by two of the women I admired the most! 'Is it wrong to feel concerned about the marketization of depression?' 'Where is the line where it crosses over into profit margins instead of autenticaly wanting to build solidarity with others?' If you are at all curious about two of the unicorns I just mentioned, I am telling you that is just the tip of the iceberg. Long after the episodes end I feel like the words stay with me. Gaby and Allison have taken the time to curate their topics in ways that feel like they're a real breeze depsite being heavy issues like depression, failure, breakups, and hell everything else our late 20s, early 30s seem to bring. They don't pick guests they're afraid to be real with. They call out problematic behavior in guests, each other, AND themselves. They're dynamic is truly somtething special and one I think we can all agree is one many of us would love to have. Ya see, they seem to just get each other. They don't always agree, but they do agree on that. And that is what makes it so fun to to listen to each week. I am so grateful I found this podcast and have wasted to time sending it to friends the way some may send Edible Arrangements. Its a gift, you see. One I'm sure glad I've got.

#bradleycooperwashere

ToxicXRage ,

Where to begin ..

Comedy or politics, either or this is awful

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