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A cussy irreverent love letter to romantic comedies . A rom-com recap podcast by lifelong friends Tamara Cosio and Corinne Eding. New episodes drop every Tuesday.

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    • Comedy
    • 4.8 • 93 Ratings

A cussy irreverent love letter to romantic comedies . A rom-com recap podcast by lifelong friends Tamara Cosio and Corinne Eding. New episodes drop every Tuesday.

    Emotional Support Marlin & Too Many Beans: Fools Rush In

    Emotional Support Marlin & Too Many Beans: Fools Rush In

    We have the quintessential April Fools pick this week with our movie Fools Rush In. It stars Matthew Perry as Alex, a real estate developer who gets sent to Las Vegas where he meets Isabel played by Salma Hayek. After a one night stand, 'whoopsie' she gets pregnant and the pair get married (much to everyone's dismay). In this episode: we agree that the only thing that's OK to buy out of someone's car trunk is tamales, contemplate starting a new podcast to discuss all of Corinne's bad dates, and come up with too many accidental sexual innuendos (like play cornhole with Chuy and moisten up my desert). We were not rushing in this episode and you'd be a fool (just kidding we love you) to miss Fools Rush In.

    • 1 hr 57 min
    Beverage Dependent & Fortress of Bow Ties: Quiz Lady

    Beverage Dependent & Fortress of Bow Ties: Quiz Lady

    Our new theme this month is April Fools, or movies that showcase people that don't make the best decisions. The first flick we are covering is Quiz Lady, which stars Awkwafina as Anne, an introverted CPA who loves the game show 'Can't Stop The Quiz' and is content to watch it every night at home until her dog gets kidnapped by a loan shark. Her sister Jenny, played by Sandra Oh, gets the bright idea that she can win her dog back by going on her beloved game show and chaos ensues. In this episode we: wonder if you'd get a deal for donating your lady eggs in bulk, make up new words (as we are wont to do) like Quiz-tator and Nursery Homes, and wax poetic about game shows of the past-polyester suits, bad hair & sexual innuendos that wouldn't fly today,.  This episode has 'all big bucks and no whammies' so we hope you 'come on down' and meet the Quiz Lady with us.

    • 1 hr 30 min
    Highway to Heaven or Highway to Hell: I, Tonya

    Highway to Heaven or Highway to Hell: I, Tonya

    We are on the last March Madness episode and we're a little late, but it's worth the wait because we are joined by the lovely ladies from the Histories & Mysteries Uncovered Podcast. We are joining forces to cover I, Tonya starring Margot Robbie as Tonya Harding the infamous figure skater who was blamed for the assault against fellow Olympic hopeful Nancy Kerrigan. But this movie shines all kinds of light on the abuse Tonya faced from her mother Lavona, played by Allison Janney and her ex husband Jeff, played by Sebastian Stan and (arguably) from the public and media. In this episode: our guest Jess asks 'who wrote this?' After she's forced to say Daddy Harding, our guest Ash describes the person in this movie that she would let lick her face, Corinne suggests Tonya could have rifled through the dumpsters at Hooters for potential ice skating outfits and Tamara gets ice skating judgemental. We thoroughly enjoyed having the Histories and Mysteries Uncovered Ladies on this week's show and we hope that you lace up and skate by to experience I, Tonya with us.

    • 42 min
    Post-Sex Glasses of Milk & Crotch Protecting Tigers: I Love You Phillip Morris

    Post-Sex Glasses of Milk & Crotch Protecting Tigers: I Love You Phillip Morris

    For this March Madness episode we have an exciting true crime rom-com with a surprise jailbreak ending. We are doing I Love You Phillip Morris, which stars Jim Carrey as Steven, a con-man who realizes, late in life, that he's gay and falls in love with Phillip Morris, played by Ewan McGregor. But it's a prison romance and once they're in separate penitentiaries can their love last? In this episode we discuss: how Tam will only sleep on beds that are out and proud (no hide-a-beds for her), how Corinne can overcome many obstacles while podcasting (except forgetting to watch the movie), and how much enthusiastic prayer it would take before Jesus says 'We're good!' The twists and turns in this movie have blown our minds, and we hope you join us for this 'master level blow job' movie that is I Love You Phillip Morris.

    • 1 hr 42 min
    Goatee Flavor Savers & Let's Get Taxable: Adam's Rib

    Goatee Flavor Savers & Let's Get Taxable: Adam's Rib

    It's the second episode of March Madness/aka Rom Com-ish movies with a true crime twist, and we are going waaay back to 1949 to cover Adam's Rib. It stars Spencer Tracy as Adam an attorney who's prosecuting a woman for shooting her husband. Adams' wife Amanda, played by Katharine Hepburn is also an attorney and places herself as the woman's defense because-FEMINISM! In this episode: we argue whether this movie is a banger or a sleeper hit (because it literally put one of us to sleep), wax poetic about the 'fun twists' the movie takes due to the Hays Code, and discuss the fashion of the time like-silvery, garnish, beacon hats and 'here for business ribbons.' The legal arguments in this movie go off the rails but we're hanging on until the end so we can share the bananas-a journey with you, that is Adam's Rib.

    • 2 hr
    Band Aid for Bullet Holes & Reggie, Reggie, Reggie: I Love You To Death

    Band Aid for Bullet Holes & Reggie, Reggie, Reggie: I Love You To Death

    We are BACK in March Madness, where all of our movies have a true crime twist. This week we are covering, I Love You To Death. It stars a very bronze Kevin Kline as Joey, a philandering father and husband to Rosalie, played by Tracey Ullman. Rosalie is devoted to Joey until she catches him in the act, then she wants revenge and will look anywhere to get it. In this episode: we overuse heavy air quotes when talking about "fixing pipes" and "tool boxes", and Tamara forgets what decade she's in while Corinne explains the proper way to use a baseball bat as a weapon. The plot twist at the end of this movie has us tickled enough to say 'I Love You To Death' and we hope you agree. 

    • 1 hr 38 min

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
93 Ratings

93 Ratings

Spassed ,

Great banter

Listening to friends chat about some of the same movies I love is so fun and makes me want to rewatch everything!

owl orchard ,

Teen Witch

I love this podcast!!! I can’t remember the first episode I chose but after that one I knew I had a new favorite. I’ve listened to some of the episodes again with my husband so we can laugh together (twilight is definitely on that list!!). I also wanted to shout out the Teen Witch episode! That was a legitimate favorite of mine in middle school and the ‘top that’ scene was iconic! Your commentary on the dancing had me laughing so hard, I might actually go back and watch it.

Miss B. Havin ,

Steel Magnolias

Because it wasn’t mentioned, I just wanted to say that Robert Harling wrote the play based on his actual sister, Susan. (spoiler) She died like Shelby did in the movie. It was a play that eventually became the 5 star movie that most of us love.

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