Hi and hey there, Neighbors! Welcome to another episode where Margo gives it up about her top-secret hair straightening technique in Queens; LBJ and Hannah Gatsby; and Erin reads the 10 Stages of Genocide. That seems on par, right? But to save the day, it's a quick breakdown of Real Housewives of NYC & James Corden and Sir Paul McCartney's Carpool Karaoke.
Why, hello! I didn't see you there. Welcome to our podcast. This week here are just of few of the topics we'll unpack this week: Real Housewives of NYC; the great Roxane Gay; Why Hedy Lamarr's a genius; Brenda Dickson-related craziness; Chris Hardwick; and a butt-ton of podcast and social media recommendations. A veritable feast for your ears and eyes. Wipe your feet!
Hello there, Neighbors! Welcome to our first lil mini-episode. Recent travels plans have limited our time but we didn't want to limit our time with you, so here's a little mini-dose of your favorite Neighbors to tide you over. In this episode, our non-Julliard-trained neighbors do dramatic readings of some fave celeb offerings from Suzanne Somers poetry, and a recent bio of H'wood legend, Ava Gardner. Until next time, have a good week, everybody!
Hey there, Neighbors! Get ready for a rec-heavy episodes, with recs for TV, podcasts, old & new, books, reality TV, social media, comedy, you name it. Margo recommends a podcast entitled "Behind the Bastards," -guess what that's about? And Erin goes old-school, with two vintage This American Life episodes, as well as a new book-related show. Real Housewives of NYC still delivers like Domino's (Fave moment this week, when Luann said, "Lay low, DICK!" talking about her tom-cattin' Ex-, Tom.) Both Neighbors love Michelle Wolff's new Netflix show, The Break, and Marg has a couple of great people to follow on Instagram. And of course, they have to weigh in on the whole Roseanne controversy, even tho they called it many months ago. So many things to do--thank goodness it's (almost) summer!