Carrie Gessner and K.W. Taylor discuss pop culture, including books, movies, TV shows, music, and sports, all with a guilt-free attitude!
Jackie Hudson: Funk, Roger Troutman, and Troutman Sound Labs
Bowling Green State University Ph.D. candidate Jackie Hudson joins us to talk about pioneering funk musician Roger Troutman and his band Zapp. Jackie and fellow student Kari Boroff were instrumental in securing funding for a new historical marker to mark the site of the former Troutman Sound Labs, the Troutman family's recording studio, which played a significant role in the Ohio funk music scene. In this episode, we talk to Jackie about that process.Read more about the dedication HERE, and you can watch the full ceremony HERE.
BONUS: Melrose Place with Robin
To celebrate our anniversary month, we're dropping some special content, like this full, unedited conversation about Melrose Place with our friend Robin! Find Robin on Twitter @robinhhhhh (that's 5 Hs!).
Episode 52: Enola Holmes, Star Trek: Lower Decks, and Special Anniversary Content
It's a supersized anniversary episode! We talk about the new Netflix movie Enola Holmes as well as revisit some old topics. We're also joined by special guest Tom Kollman, who shares his love for Star Trek, specifically the new animated sitcom Star Trek: Lower Decks!You can find Tom on Twitter @twick516.And don't forget to take our anonymous listener survey!
BONUS: Blooper Reel #2
More bloopers! Hopefully they give you a laugh or two while you're washing dishes or driving to work. Thanks for all the fun and support! We're looking forward to Year 2!
Episode 51: Get Out and The Shining
"Carrie Watches Scary (Movies/TV)" continues with this discussion of the 2017 horror movie Get Out from Jordan Peele and Stanley Kubrick's 1980 adaptation of The Shining by Stephen King.As a reminder, take the anonymous listener survey to tell us what you want to hear more of as we head into Year 2!
BONUS: Blooper Reel #1
Bonus content! A whole half-hour of bloopers to help celebrate our one-year anniversary! We screw up a lot.