In ‘You Should See The Other Guy,’ friends and film lovers Jenn, Sadie, and Samantha make the case for the spurned and rejected characters that rom-com protagonists don’t choose. Should she have seen the other guy? Often, the answer is yes!
It's the big one.
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Enchanted (feat. Maddy Myers)
A special guest helps us break down the love rectangle in 2007's 'Enchanted.'
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Young, dumb, and full of you know what.
The Green Knight
Now, off with your head.
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The Kissing Booth 3
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New in Town
The last of our chaotic, phone-recorded episodes. Never fear! We will return to the “studio” next week with an even worse movie!
Absolute Gold in Podcast Form!
This series is such an excellent format! The hosts have such chemistry, and don’t try to be anything but themselves. They allow the conversations to go where they will while keeping a central topic, which leads to an authentic friendly feeling. I can’t get enough of this trio and their analyses!
Great chemistry, great smarts, great fun
These friends and film buffs have terrific chemistry together, terrific guests. Also a very healthy Nick Cage obsession. I love the way the hosts’ enthusiasm and occasional funny savagery toward these films makes me want to watch them again, and watch them better. Highly recommended
Side-Part Symbolism and Other Psychologies
Thanks to YSSTOG, Samantha, Sadie, & Jenn have provided me with a wealth of witty filmic knowledge that makes me feel like I am in a pre to post-covid world of cocktail parties featuring Parker Posey-picked fashions. I wish fashion started with a ‘P.’ More importantly, this podcast has greatly contributed to my personal growth and health, thanks to the epiphanic imagery of Brad Pitt’s frosted hair-helmet showcasing a parted mirror image of Gwyneth Paltrow’s glistening horseshoe-crab croif, as a last ditch effort to save their failed engagement. This is insight my therapist has yet to have given me. Thank you, YSSTOG.