Hey there, Neighbors! It's another episode of BNP, where the neighbors break down a brutal episode of Real Housewives of NYC (oh, Dorinda!); Margo catches up on Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee; Erin reviews Breaking In and the Tony-nominated musical, Once on This Island. They also dispel the myth of Ted L. Nancy; Netflix's Evil Genius; Amazon's Lord Lucan, and the new Showtime limited series, Patrick Melrose with Benedict Cumberbatch. In case you need a good talking-to...
Welcome dear Neighbors to this week's episode featuring Erin & Margo breaking down the latest with Real Housewives of Bev Hills; Kanye's latest rant; Stormi Daniels on SNL; Junot Diaz; Seth Rogen's Vulture interview, and a bright spot, the John Mulaney Netflix special, Kid Gorgeous. We have our usual dose of TV/podcast recs and a few shout-outs sprinkled throughout. Pass the Claritan, Spring is here!
Hey, hey, hey, he's guil--ty! This week, the Neighbors cups runneth over with news, especially in the true-crime sector. First, Cosby found guilty on 3 counts and could serve 10-30 years in jail; then the capture of the Golden State Killer. We also breakdown the first two eps of Season 2 of the Handmaid's Tale, and our usual helping of Real Housewives talk, including Kim's rant on race--a real WTF moment. And to add some positivity, Margo talks about the Bowie exhibit at the Brooklyn Museum. Come on in and pull up a chair! We've got a lot to discuss!
Well, well, well, what have we here, Neighbors, a new episode where Erin & Margo breakdown The Real Housewives of Bev Hills, NYC, and even Potomac! Also discussed is the Lost in Space reboot on Netflix; Margo reflects on the Outsiders TV show, the Maylses' doc Gimme Shelter, and Carrie Underwood's new face (spoiler alert: it's exactly like her old one). Erin recommends a book and two IG accounts worth checking out. Spring has finally sprung!
Spring is in the air--can ya feel it, neighbors? This week, Erin & Margo break down their recent trips (to London & Reno, respectively); Tony Robbins's #notmetoo moment; Facts of Life's sexual politics; Molly Ringwald on John Hughes through a modern lens; Netflix's A Series of Unfortunate Events; and British theatre fire codes. You in?
This winter keeps creepin' along and we are SO ready for Spring. How about you, Neighbors? At least we have our shows to keep us warm. Speaking of, the Bravo gods have blessed us with season 10 of Real Housewives of NYC! Thank the lord these crazy bitches are back! (#cartengacruiseorbust); Margo has good news about the Ball-Sweater and gets mansplained to--again! Erin reviews Yerma at the Amory and Trust on F/X. We're cultured AF. Have a terrific week, Neighbors!
Halloooo, Neighbors! It almost feels like spring..sort of. This week, the neighbors convene to discuss the Roseanne reboot; Judd Apatow's The Zen Diaries of Garry Shandling on HBO; Jamie Lee Curtis's new activism; new Dr. Katz episodes on Audible; and the Best Worst Thing We Saw This Week. And of course, the mystery to end all mysteries---Who Bit Beyonce?! So many things for your eyes and ear-holes! Happy Passover & Happy Easter!
Fight the Power, Neighbors! This week, Erin & Margo break down a busy week filled with monumental events like the March for Our Lives around the country; a BitchSesh live show; the Netflix doc-series Wild,Wild Country (NOT Kingdom!); why the discussion about 'are women funny' just takes from me. Look out for that mercury in retrograde and have a great week!
Well, hey there, Neighbors! You picked a good week to drop by. Erin takes advantage of some downtime to catch up on some good (and bad) movies & TV; Margo keeps us abreast of any and all douche-bags with her D-Bag alert (Billy Bush, she's looking' at you!), finally sees The "Smell" of Water and some a new podcast rec; and Erin's review of the updated Murder on the Orient Express. Looking forward to some spring, how 'bout you?
Better late than even later! Hey there, Neighbors! Welcome to this episode of BNP, where we discuss Coco, The Prestige--the book AND the movie; Baskets on F/X; Marg's mom's fave Stephen King movie adaptations; and the OJ Interview (just for you, Kim!). We round it out with a few podcast & Instagram recs. Here's to a great week, everybody!
Hey there, Neighbors! Sorry for the delays in episodes---work travel and deadlines kept us from your earholes last week but we plan to make up for it with this new episode jam-packed with new TV/Movie/podcasts recs just for you. We also have our Neighbors' Oscar Picks; and discuss Heather Locklear and Tori Spellings' recent issues; Kevin Smith's heart attack at 47; Black Panther; Brendan Fraser, and revisiting an 1980s classic comedy. Enjoy the bounty!
Hey there, Neighbors! We have info & recs for your holiday weekend--you're gonna love it! We continue our Olympics coverage, as well as talking about new shows like the revamped Queer Eye for the Straight Guy; High Maintenance, and a fun new podcast for you rom-com lovers. Also, Erin talks John Mulaney's new stand-up show at Radio City and Margo explains why Jodie Foster's Nell is an under-rated comic masterpiece & can't seem to pronounce the title of a certain Joan Allen movie. Enjoy!
Hey there, Neighbors! Y'all have Olympic Fever? We do! Erin & Margo talk about their fave Olympic events; Leslie Jones's ribald commentary; Quincy Jones, podcast recs; and the neighbors break down their personality tests results. If you want to learn which neighbor is an Enthusiast and which is a Helper; or which dead celeb would f**k a mailbox, listen up!
Hey there, Neighbors! Sorry for the slight delay--we were waiting to get more bandwidth (That's a thing, right?), Anyway, we're back and ready to get down to business! We discuss Phantom Thread, and if Erin feel asleep during it; Why Margo is done with Quentin Tarantino; Scott Baio; Alec Baldwin vs. Dylan Farrow; Mudbound; & Murder on the Cape. And we ask the important questions like "Are Aussie mangoes really the best?" & Should Bravo retire the Real Housewives of NJ for a bit? In the words of Dolores from that franchise, "Welcome back, scumbag!"
Hey, hey, Neighbors! This week the neighbors breakdown the Oscar noms and discuss Versace; boring serial killers; Real Housewives of Bev Hills; The Alienist; & celebs who demand porridge. Trust us, it'll all make sense.
Hey-oooo, Neighbors! We're taping at night this week, so we're extra giddy! Lots to chat about--Kelly vs. Fonda; Aziz, oh please! We talk about Real Housewives of Bev Hills & Dorit; Margo schools a Spin bully, and Erin talks about the NYC Women's March. We also break down the Versace series, and new segment alert: The Best Worst Thing We Saw This Week! Feast about our ramblings!
Welcome, Neighbors! You stopped by on a good day. This week, we breakdown the latest creepers in the Perv Pond (& there are a LOT!); the most recent offense by The Orange One; Real Housewives of Bev Hills; Marky Mark's retribution; Erin's review of The Post; some great new podcasts; Dan Harmon's apology; and how Margo pulled a Durst during a class. Enjoy it now, Neighbors, no matter what sh*thole country you come from!
It's freezing here in Brooklyn, folks! Cozy up with your favorite neighbors as we break down the week's events. First and foremost, "stable genius?" We can't. Real Housewives of Bev Hills is doing it for us this season. Even Dorit doesn't bother us too much. Rinna continues to be thirsty, but so far this season, we're IN! Margo has a great new podcast rec, and Erin loved "The Queen at 90" on Netflix, and Mark Rylance's latest Broadway play. Margo tries to talk us into watching "Black Fist" on Netflix only to realize she means "Black Mirror." We're probably gonna pass on that one, altho "Black Fist" I would totes see. Stay warm, neighbors!
Merry New Year, Neighbors! Let's start this year off right by discussing what's good about Real Housewives of Bev Hills so far (We like Teddi!); I, TONYA (we like this, too!); a few new podcasts (or at least new to us); Erin has a few book recs; And Margo breaks down the new Overboard trailer. Bundle up and put this latest episode in your earholes!
Batali, Smiley, and Spurlock, Oh my! Yes, good neighbors, even more pervs for our advent calendar of awfulness. But the Neighbors try to focus on more festive fare, like Emily Heller's Hallmark holiday Movie Drinking Game; Margo talks of FINAL VISION and THE LAST JEDI (no spoilers!); Erin goes details the Downton Abbey Exhibit here in NYC; and both fondly reminiscence about the sitcom, It's A Living. Ho, ho, ho, everyone! Deck them halls!
Did you think the list of creepy pervs was done? Ah, neighbors, if only! This week, we jump right in with talk of Al Franken's resignation, John Hockenberry, Leonard Lopate, Bryan Singer, Lorin Stein, and sadly, a few others. But it's the holidays, so the neighbors try to brighten the mood with recent movie reviews--THREE BILLBOARDS OUTSIDE EBBING, MISSOURI and LADYBIRD. One neighbors liked her movie; the other didn't. Guess which is which! We have shout-outs to listeners and a friend of the pod recommendation (Thanks, Josie!). But on an up note, Ally Walker responds to Margo's tweet and Erin's enjoying Judd Apatow's book, SICK IN THE HEAD. Jingle all the way, everyone!
Welcome to December, Neighbors? If you were worried that some high-wattage perv wouldn't be outed this week, fear not! This week, the neighbors discuss Matt Lauer, Garrison Keillor, Russell Simmons; Margo recommends some new podcasts, Erin talks THE DISASTER ARTIST & CALL ME BY YOUR NAME, & why you should know Calpernia Addams; Margo's about to F*** that Movie; and we also get a listener movie recommendation (thanks, Angela!). Deck those halls, Neighbors!
Hey there, Neighbors! Hope everyone is recovering from their food comas and getting into the holiday spirit. This week, our neighbors discuss the holidays, decorating traditions, the National Dog Show, even more Hallmark movies, and our latest perv for the Advent Calendar of Awfulness, Charlie Rose. Margo recommends a podcast and Erin tries watching Cold-Blooded. So hang tight, everyone, it's just a short hop to Christmas/Hanukkah/Kwanzaa!
Howdy, Neighbors! This week, we take on multiple cultural topics, such as Blake Shelton as People's Sexiest Man Alive (Pardon?); Margo recommends the Sundance Channel's doc, COLD BLOODED and was mystified by Eminem on SNL. Erin keeps talking about 90 Day Fiancee & the Rolling Stone doc on HBO; both discuss Lena Dunham, Al Franken; and how a new creep is brought to light every day. Thanks for stopping by!
Place your bets, Neighbors! Who will be the next celeb unmasked as a private perv? The neighbors breakdown Louis C.K's 'apology,' Richard Dreyfus, Steven Segal, but prefer to focus on the bright spot of the week--the election! Margo also recommends a couple of new podcasts, and Erin gushes about Netflix's ALIAS GRACE and some recent live shows as part of the NY Comedy Festival. For every woman who said "me too," too.