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She's Lindsay; he's Aidan. Together, we are the Bicks, a husband and wife duo with a penchant for bickering. Join us as we deep dive into our literary passions and explore the intersection of literature, history, politics, and pop culture with easy-going banter and good humour (and hopefully a bit of research!) Now Bickering: The Collected Works of William Shakespeare.

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    • 4.5, 44 Ratings

She's Lindsay; he's Aidan. Together, we are the Bicks, a husband and wife duo with a penchant for bickering. Join us as we deep dive into our literary passions and explore the intersection of literature, history, politics, and pop culture with easy-going banter and good humour (and hopefully a bit of research!) Now Bickering: The Collected Works of William Shakespeare.

Customer Reviews

4.5 out of 5
44 Ratings

44 Ratings

dimple-window ,

Best “Twin Peaks” podcast in town!!!

The hosts of this podcast are husband and wife, so they aren’t obligated by etiquette to hide their disagreements. They’re also well-versed in the various fan theories surrounding “Twin Peaks”, and they do a good job of mixing up speculation, analysis, and reportage. Their episode recaps are the best I’ve heard - even hardcore fans will appreciate them. Only downside (if you can call it that) is that they don’t do guest interviews like other “Twin Peaks” podcasts.

techonetwo ,

It fell apart...

So after consuming all of the really good Twin Peaks podcasts, I knew, and was ok with the fact that this one was not going to have the same level of research and insight as the best Twin Peaks podcasts out there. A couple of things killed it for me. 1. Aiden keeps trying to finish her sentences by repeating the last word, sentence, or thought she had... And they try to link the movie and the book/s with the show with their own theories, which normally would be fine except for they either don't know or are just ignoring the fact that Mark Frost and David Lynch had a falling out and did their own things with the property. Therefore, none of it is supposed to line up... So listening to them trying to link everything up is the auditory equivalent of watching someone trying to put a square peg in a round hole...

Ms.Marylyn ,

Let's Rock!

I am slowly finishing all your podcasts. I really like the approach. It even evokes disagreement in me sometimes, so that I wish I could be sitting there with you to discuss it! I did want to mention that in your discussion of Part 12 of The Return, "Let's Rock" you didn't cite the writing on Chet Desmond's car windshield that Cooper and Albert find in the old trailer park. Same phrase.

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