Two friends unpack the media you loved as a child and talk about its history and development.
Kirsten and Sarah discuss the wild age difference between Winnie Foster and Jesse Tuck and explore the striking similarities between Tuck Everlasting and Twilight. Content warning: from 44:00 on, we discuss grooming and abuse.
In a short but sweet episode, Sarah and Kirsten talk Steven Spielberg, the Children's Television Act of 1990, and Animaniacs fanfiction. Also discussed is pandemic media and which cereals are the best. Email us at RYCpod@gmail.com!
Star Wars Extended Universe
In our final (bonus) episode on the Star Wars universe, Kirsten and Sarah talk Rogue One, the Mandalorian, Solo, and the infamous Star Wars Christmas Special. We ask the important questions, such as: Is Rogue One appropriate for kids? Do droids feel pain? Is Chewie an absentee father? Why was Jefferson Starship in the Christmas Special? Tune in as we attempt to figure it out.
Star Wars Episodes VII-IX
In our final installment of the Skywalker Saga, Sarah and Kirsten discuss the very recent history of racist fans, disappointing plot lines, and Reylo fanfiction. Please send all complaints, arguments, praise, and Reylo fan art to RYCpod@gmail.com or on Facebook and Twitter!
Star Wars Episodes I-III
Sarah and Kirsten dive into the Star Wars prequels and discuss bad dialogue, racial stereotypes, and of course Jar Jar Binks. Other topics include: Hayden Christiansen's acting, George Lucas' ex-wife, and the awkward age difference between Padme and Anakin.
Star Wars Episodes IV-VI
In the inaugural episode of our four-part Star Wars series, Kirsten and Sarah discuss George Lucas' roots as a filmmaker, real life political inspirations for the story, and issues of representation in the original Star Wars trilogy.
Re: born stars review
I loved this podcast, learning stuff about things that I have read or watched growing up is always a good time.
Kristen and Cera are very funny, clever, insightful, attractive, and beautiful. Every time I order from them, my food is fresh and warm. Hearing their hypnotically caucasian voices for this long, uninterrupted and in such high quality, evoked a primal sense of bloodlust in me that I haven’t experienced since before. Thank you.