We can't stop talking about the enneagram, so we started a podcast to get it all out of our system. No Chill Enneagram: Watch Party is a safe space for ennegram and pop culture fanatics. Each week, pop culture expert, Richard Clark, and enneagram expert, Bethany Perkins watch a movie or tv show and talk about it through the lens of the enneagram.Cover art by: Matt Metcalf (@MattMetcalf)
Introducing: Feel For the Game, Season 2
Welcome back to the Area Code neighborhood: Feel For the Game.
Nick and Noah return with a series of (mainly basketball) conversations about nostalgic moments in NBA history, current issues plaguing the league, how coping and mental health play a role in sports, and more.
Tune-in as they unprofessionally, but sincerely explore why sports are bigger than just the score of the game. Subscribe now, and follow along to find out how many times Noah makes an unwarranted Kansas Jayhawks basketball reference.
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no chill end-eagram: we got it all out of our system
Well, friends, we’ve come to the end of the line.
We started this podcast three years ago because we needed a safe space for fellow enneagram fanatics who didn’t take themselves too seriously. We’ve made a lot of friends, and gotten some hateful one-star reviews along the way.
In this final episode, we are getting it all out of our system once and for all. Except that we’ll probably keep talking about the enneagram an obnoxious amount, just not on this podcast anymore.
If you’ve ever wished that we would type improv techniques or rank couple pairings, then boy do we have an episode for you! We can confidently say that we have gone where no enneagram podcast has gone before, nor should they ever go again.
FALCON AND THE WINTER SOLDIER ARE SO HOT RIGHT NOW!!
In our penultimate episode of No Chill Enneagram, we aim our sights on two superheroes that give Bethany and special guest, Jennifer Clark the vapors, and Richard a negative self-image.
A Marvel tour-de-force, Falcon and the Winter Soldier came out of the gate with some pretty fun action scenes and capped off the series with a deeply empathetic take on what it means for a black man to defend a country that failed to defend him.
We loved it, and so we discussed it. And typed the characters. Enjoy!
THE PRINCESS BRIDE: "I'M INIGO MONTOYA AND I'VE BEEN RUMINATING ON THE DEATH OF MY FATHER, PREPARE TO DIE!"
This week, we welcome back Patnacia Goodman to discuss The Princess Bride, available to watch at your local library or wherever they rent stuff.
Is the Princess Bride a love story with some action in it, or an action story with some romance? Does it pass the Bechdel test? Why does Fezzik make us a little sad? We answer these questions and more in this action-packed episode of No Chill Enneagram.
And no, don't worry, there's no kissing.
NEW GIRL: YOU GAVE ME COOKIE, I GOT YOU COOKIE, MAN!!!!
This week, we discuss New Girl, available to watch on Netflix, with Patnacia Goodman.
New Girl is like Friends, but for not-old-Richard-types. It's an unflinchingly raw and honest take on cross-gender relationships, what it means to "adult", and the vulnerabilities we expose ourselves to in the modern age.
Also, it's freakin hilarious. We don't have a lot more to say to preface it. Just watch the show, then listen to our take on some of the most root-forable relationships on TV.
BROOKLYN 99 IS A HEALTHY ENNEAGRAM 7!!
This week we discuss Brooklyn 99, available to watch on Hulu, with special guest (and enneagram 9) Sam Stevenson!
Brooklyn 99 has managed the impossible: it made policing seem funny. While some of the early season jokes don't exactly hold up (a mentally unstable policeman, ha ha!!), the show's dogged focus on the people in the 99 and their wildly disparate dispositions and seasons of life results in one of the most relatable shows on television.
We here at NCE believe that much of the reason for this is the show's deep knowledge of its own characters, the way it managed to mete out personal growth in small, delicious morsels without completely rewriting or overhauling a character. In the end, these characters fear, desire, and aspire to the same things they always did, depending on their numbers of course.
I’m a fan
I have no idea why it works, but it does. I’m usually not a fan of making jokes about something so important, but I actually love the lightheartedness you bring to the subject. Please keep making episodes and come have a live show in Nashville. No way you’re guessing my type from this.
Feeling It Out
I am not sure what to think of this podcast yet. I feel as if they have educated me in some aspects but mixed up their research in others. I am sure they mean well, but I wouldn’t recommend right now.
Really misleading content. Both hosts are mistyped. Neither really understands the Enneagram