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    Hoochin' & Hollerin' Podcast
    A Bee in Your Bonnet: Bridgerton S2E3

    Hoochin' & Hollerin' Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later May 26, 2022 112:37


    Monique and Ciera have a Gin Affair, discuss how change shapes the S2E3 of Bridgerton, announce the episode's Incomparable, and dive into the history pall mall.

    Tea & Strumpets: A Regency Romance Review
    101 - Writing Stories that Reflect Your Own Experience with Adriana Herrera

    Tea & Strumpets: A Regency Romance Review

    Play Episode Listen Later May 26, 2022 58:41


    Thank you so much to Adriana Herrera for joining us!You can find all of her books through her website, adrianaherreraromance.comAnd be sure to grab a copy of A Caribbean Heiress in Paris, and preorder her upcoming contemporary romance On the Hustle! You can find Adriana on Instagram @ladriana_herreraAnd subscribe to her newsletter via adrianaherreraromance.com for even more information! Some of Adriana's favorite books mentioned on the episode include:Lord of Scoundrels by Loretta ChaseAgain the Magic and Marrying Winterborne by Lisa KleypasWant to listen to a certain segment? Here is our outline this week:0:00 - 3:25: Intro03:25 - 45:30: Interview with Adriana Herrera45:30 - 52:55: Outro52:55 - 58:41: OuttakesAnd be sure to grab a copy of the book we're reading next time, The Perks of Loving a Wallflower by Erica Ridley!

    Bridgerton: The Official Podcast
    From Enemies To Lovers w/ Simone Ashley, Jonathan Bailey + Cheryl Dunye

    Bridgerton: The Official Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later May 26, 2022 37:30


    It's a wrap party, as Simone Ashley and Jonathan Bailey return to break down Kate Sharma and Anthony Bridgerton's enemies to lovers relationship over the course of the season. And Cheryl Dunye, director of Episodes 207 and 208 walks host Gabrielle Collins through filming some of the big Kanthony “pay off” moments, and the mindset behind the scenes that helped elevate the characters throughout.  You can (re)watch Bridgerton on Netflix now! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

    Dungeons + Drama Nerds
    Bridgerton Could Never

    Dungeons + Drama Nerds

    Play Episode Listen Later May 26, 2022 89:32


    Our crew of lancer pilots makes a dramatic entrance to confront Dr. Bertrand Russell, and combat ensues! Dungeons and Drama Nerds is produced by Todd Brian Backus, Percival Hornak, and Nicholas Orvis, and is mixed and edited by Anthony Sertel Dean. Our Lancer game features Julia Doolittle as the GM, Todd Brian Backus as Derrick McDuck, Jovane Caamaño as Hatuey, Ben Ferber as 18,000/Fish, and Tristan B Willis as Decency B. Damme. Lancer was written by Miguel Lopez and Tom Parkinson Morgan and was published by Massif Press. If you'd like to help us continue exploring the intersection of theatre and tabletop roleplaying games, consider leaving us a review on your podcast app of choice or supporting us - and getting access to our patron-only bonus content - at patreon.com/dungeonsanddramanerds. You can find our social media and website links, including our cast bios, at our linktree. Be sure to tune in next week for another episode of Dungeons and Drama Nerds!

    Martha Debayle en W
    Behind the Scenes Bridgerton

    Martha Debayle en W

    Play Episode Listen Later May 25, 2022 33:56


    Álvaro Cueva, periodista y crítico de TV

    Bohemian Geek Studies
    Bridgerton Season 2: Episodes 5 & 6

    Bohemian Geek Studies

    Play Episode Listen Later May 25, 2022 87:34


    For this season of Bohemian Geek Studies, we are taking a detailed dorky dive into that saucy Netflix series Bridgerton! This week, we're diving into season 2, episodes 5 and 6 entitled “An Unthinkable Fate” and “The Choice”.

    Martha Debayle
    Martha Debayle en W. Martes 24 de mayo de 2022.

    Martha Debayle

    Play Episode Listen Later May 24, 2022 100:44


    Behind the Scenes de Bridgerton, tianguis turístico Acapulco 2022 y ¿por qué mi pareja me ignora cuando me enojo o estoy triste?

    /Film Daily
    Mini-Water Cooler: RRR, Chip 'n Dale, Better Luck Tomorrow, and More

    /Film Daily

    Play Episode Listen Later May 24, 2022 35:05


    On the May 24, 2022 episode of /Film Daily, /Film editor Ben Pearson is joined by /Film editor Hoai-Tran Bui to gather around the virtual water cooler and talk about what they've been up to.   Opening Banter:    At The Water Cooler: What we've been Doing:Ben took a quick beach trip to Destin. It's wedding season for HT! Also she talked to the Filmcast about some Men. What we've been Reading:Ben read Joan Didion's “The White Album,” and James Baldwin's “Notes of a Native Son.” What we've been Watching:Ben and HT have been watching the new season of Stranger Things (which they can't talk about yet). Ben watched Chip ‘n Dale: Rescue Rangers, Mad Holiday, and New York Ninja. Hoai-Tran watched RRR (and is about to see it again in theaters), saw The Northman, Marcel the Shell With Shoes On, The Bob's Burgers Movie, Better Luck Tomorrow, is caught up with Better Call Saul (not season 6 though), Starstruck season 2, Bridgerton season 2. What we've been Eating:  What we've been Playing:    Also mentioned:  HT's awesome AAPI Month article (Read this!)   All the other stuff you need to know: You can find more about all the stories we mentioned on today's show at slashfilm.com, and linked inside the show notes. /Film Daily is published every weekday, bringing you the most exciting news from the world of movies and television as well as deeper dives into the great features from slashfilm.com.  You can subscribe to /Film Daily on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Overcast, Spotify and all the popular podcast apps (RSS).  Send your feedback, questions, comments and concerns to us at peter@slashfilm.com. Please leave your name and general geographic location in case we mention the e-mail on the air. Please rate and review the podcast on Apple Podcasts, tell your friends and spread the word!  Thanks to Sam Hume for our logo.

    Martha Debayle
    Behind the Scenes de Bridgerton. Martes 24 de mayo de 2022.

    Martha Debayle

    Play Episode Listen Later May 24, 2022 31:41


    Les vamos a contar tooodo lo que no sabían de Bridgerton, la serie de Netflix que nos trastorna. Desde cuánto costó hacerla hasta qué onda con la trama y los personajes.

    Long Story Short with Megan and Wendy: The Podcast
    Summer Budgeting Tips & Beyond

    Long Story Short with Megan and Wendy: The Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later May 24, 2022 52:10


    Megan and Wendy share some summer budgeting tips so that you aren't losing your mind - or wallet - in the next few months. Plus, a Downton Abbey costume party, stupid Old Navy prices, a racist prom-posal, and Monkey Pox. Tell us the one thing that stresses you out about summer? Email us at meganandwendy@gmail.com Need help managing your budget this summer? Megan and Wendy share a bunch of helpful budgeting tips that will help you feel in control of your finances. Mentioned in this Episode From the "Final Destination" FilesMonkeypox outbreak via NBC NewsUpdated CDC announcement about the spread of MonkeypoxNot sure these Clorox Wipes will help wipe out the Monkeypox outbreak but they sure were a funny birthday gift back in very early March 2020.Appalling George Floyd promposal in Orange County. So Many Thoughts About Old Navy Old Navy has the audacity to charge $45 for a long sleeve pajama top. The long sleeve pajama top in the photo is currently on sale for $22Megan's favorite Luxe Tank super discounted currently $8.49-$9.99 (with an extra 10% taken off at checkout)A few good tips on how to always save money at Old Navy (from 2021)Old Navy backlash over extended sizes via WSJ Downton Abbey and Bridgerton, What's the Difference? Wendy Asks Downton Abbey takes place in 1912 and 1926Bridgerton takes place in 1813 If you have a compelling argument for why Wendy should watch either Downton Abbey or Bridgerton, email us at meganandwendy@gmail.com. Summer Budgeting How-To! Want to get started on creating your own summer budget? Check out the following posts Megan wrote a few years back. Creating a BudgetWhy Credit Unions are a Smart ChoiceHow to Save Money Budgeting Tips Galore Analyze your current financial situation, especially spending habits.Reassess your wants versus your needs for the season.Make savings and debt payoff your number one priority.Break up your expenses to avoid overspending (i.e. plan for nights out but not 20 nights out)Stretch budget with rewards, coupons, kids eat free, free community activities.A list of restaurants where kids can eat for free (updated 2022)Grocery pickup to stick to food budgets and reduce impulse buys.Plan for "no spend" days, challenge older kids to come up with no spend ideas, ditch the car for a day (especially with the high cost of gas)Shop sales during Labor Day, 4th of July and Back to School sales. Plan for what is needed and when you can get the best deal available.When traveling, source hotels with a free breakfast or an in-room kitchen to reduce eating out costs. Use that money for experiences instead.Check out our episode 69: Essential Travel TipsExplore your FAS options: some can be used for summer camps and summer child care.Create a summer meal plan to save on last minute takeaway food orders.Stay tuned for our Summer Meal Planning Mini Episode available on 6/14. Megan and Wendy Approved! Armor All Cleaning Wipes ($11.99/variety of 3)Trader Joe's Rose Water Facial Toner ($3.99)Watch Megan's 60 second review of this product when we were making videos!

    The Pemberley Podcast
    204: Here Comes the Scandal • Bridgerton Season 2, Episode 6

    The Pemberley Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later May 24, 2022 33:55


    This week, we're unpacking episode six of Bridgerton season two, The Choice. It's Anthony and Edwina's wedding day but it wouldn't be the event of the season without a scandal. Will Edwina choose a life as the viscountess with Anthony, or will she ignore the wishes of her sister Kate and decide her own fate? ~~~ Send us your questions or comments at: thepemberleypodcast@gmail.com Follow us on Twitter/Instagram: @thepemberley Visit our website: thepemberleypodcast.com

    The Bouquet Toss - A Wedding Planning Podcast
    The Big Day Wedding Timeline and Survival Tips

    The Bouquet Toss - A Wedding Planning Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later May 24, 2022 46:13


    This week we are discussing the wedding day itself. On your wedding day, you'll want to be able to focus on being present and in the moment so you can truly enjoy your time with your loved ones. Ensuring that you get to do that means tackling some organizational tasks ahead of the big day so you can fully experience your wedding day! In this episode, we'll outline some important things you need to know to prepare ahead of time and set yourself up for success (aka less stress) on the big day. The Wedding Watch clip is from Bridgerton. Find out what we love about Daphne and The Duke's wedding! Watch it with us via our https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLf4lwwm5ZqrENTSfdRGXfnR8rebtFJqSw (Wedding Watch Youtube Playlist). This episode is sponsored by https://www.verawangparty.com/ (Vera Wang Party). Listen in for our special code to save on their brand new Prosecco! Important Resources Mentioned: https://thebudgetsavvybride.com/how-to-create-the-perfect-wedding-day-timeline/ (Create The Perfect Wedding Day Timeline) https://thebudgetsavvybride.com/wedding-day-survival-kit/ (Wedding Emergency Kit) https://thebudgetsavvybride.com/the-ultimate-guide-to-tipping-wedding-vendors/ (Tipping Vendors) https://the-bouquet-toss.captivate.fm/blog (B$B Blog) https://the-bouquet-toss.captivate.fm/tiktok (B$B on Tik Tok) https://the-bouquet-toss.captivate.fm/ig (B$B on Instagram) https://the-bouquet-toss.captivate.fm/printables (Free Invitation Printables) https://the-bouquet-toss.captivate.fm/community (Free Private Community) https://the-bouquet-toss.captivate.fm/deals (Wedding Deals!) https://the-bouquet-toss.captivate.fm/realweddings (Real Weddings) https://the-bouquet-toss.captivate.fm/book (The Book)

    Parenting Roundabout
    What We're Watching: Bridgerton “Harmony” and The Afterparty “Danner”

    Parenting Roundabout

    Play Episode Listen Later May 24, 2022 22:17


    On this week's entertainment-themed Round 2: The Bridgertons and the Sharmas try to show their "Harmony" in the face of the ton's disdain, and it doesn't go well. Anthony and Kate get a brief moment of happiness, but it doesn't last because this isn't the final episode of the season. However, next week is: "The Viscount Who Loved Me."On The Afterparty, we get Detective Danner's backstory this week, but we're still waiting to find out 1) who killed Xavier and 2) where is Jennifer 2 and 3) where is Jennifer 2's husband? It'll all get wrapped up next week: "Maggie."

    Heaving Bosoms: A Romance Novel Podcast
    Ep. 241 - Interview with Bridgerton Author Julia Quinn!

    Heaving Bosoms: A Romance Novel Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later May 23, 2022 31:40


    Julia Quinn, author of the Bridgerton Novels, stopped by Heaving Bosoms to chat all about https://juliaquinn.com/books/miss-butterworth-and-the-mad-baron/ (MISS BUTTERWORTH AND THE MAD BARON)! It's the new graphic novel that she and her late sister Violet Charles created together! Come here all about Violet Charles' art, the way they collaborated on this work, and tons of adorable details! It was an honor to talk to JQ and help to memorialize her incredibly talented sister. Get an autographed copy (and adorable pigeon magnets) https://juliaquinn.com/autographed/ (HERE). Make sure to check out Mel's new podcast https://bonkers-romance.captivate.fm/listen (Bonkers Romance)!  Subscribe! Rate! Review! Tell all your friends :) Get more content on https://www.patreon.com/heavingbosomspodcast (PATREON!!) Sign up for our https://www.heavingbosoms.com/ (Newsletter)!  MERCH! https://www.teepublic.com/stores/heaving-bosoms-podcast?ref_id=13852 (Teepublic), https://chicalookate.myshopify.com/collections/heaving-bosom (Chicaloo Kate), https://www.redbubble.com/people/heavingbosoms/shop?asc=u (Redbubble) Make your life better and https://justasknat.com/ (hire Natalie) to assist you!!! Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/heavingbosoms/ (@heavingbosoms) Twitter: https://twitter.com/Heaving_Bosoms (@heaving_bosom)s Mentioned in this episode: Bonkers Book Club for May and June! Hey y'all! It's the perfect time to join the Bonkers Romance Book Club! In May, you get The One Month Boyfriend by Roxie Noir and Always Practice Safe Hex by Juliette Cross. In June, you can look forward to After Hours on Milagro Street by Angelina M. Lopez and Skin2 by Aveda Vice! Join the Temple of Defiant Joy at the Joy Bringer tier or higher to get these advanced copy ebooks! https://heaving-bosoms.captivate.fm/bbc (Bonkers Book Club!) Listen to Storybound! Storybound is a radio theater program designed for the podcast age. In each episode, listeners will be treated to their favorite authors and writers reading some of their most impactful stories, designed with powerful and immersive sound environments. Brought to you by Lit Hub Radio and The Podglomerate. https://heaving-bosoms.captivate.fm/storybound (Storybound)

    Overdue
    Ep 533 - The Duke & I (Bridgerton #1), by Julia Quinn

    Overdue

    Play Episode Listen Later May 23, 2022 68:49


    Whether you're a fan of Netflix's Bridgerton series or you just want an Austen novel with more modern language and more explicit sex scenes, the first novel in Julia Quinn's series about the Bridgerton family has something for you. Just, uh, watch out for the nonconsensual sexual encounter!! Oops!!  Our theme music was composed by Nick Lerangis. Advertise on Overdue See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

    Ready to Be Petty
    Episode 93: Petty about Celebrity Weddings, Being Sustainable, and Answering Listener Questions

    Ready to Be Petty

    Play Episode Listen Later May 23, 2022 111:13


    In episode 93, Torry (she/her) is joined by Maddy (she/her) from the Parked Car Convos podcast. They discuss news about Bridgerton season 3 (9:17), Jordan Rodgers and JoJo Fletcher's wedding (27:55) and then Travis Barker and Kourtney Kardashians wedding in Santa Barbara (31:58). Then they answer listeners' questions including Kendall Jenner on The Kardashians (46:44), the Pirates of the Caribbean reboot (57:40), and the reviews of Conversations with Friends (1:10:33). Then Maddy nominates Megan Thee Stallion as Pettyweight Champion of the Week for her cropping Cara Delevingne out of a photo (1:23:10). Finally, Torry shares how her sustainable habits ruined her washing machine (1:31:46) and Maddy shares about how gross old men are at gyms (1:38:38). Maddy's Previous RTBP Appearances Bonus 15: And Just Like That... Season 1 Deep Dive Episode 62: Petty about Kylie Jenner‘s Shenanigans Bonus 7: The Bachelorette Season 16 Finale Recap Listen to Torry discuss celebrity encounters on the Parked Car Convos podcast. Leave an audio message of a question or comment for Torry to include in a future podcast on Speakpipe. Join our Facebook group and follow RTBP on Instagram and Twitter. Subscribing and leaving a rating helps us find new listeners! Thank you. Ready to Be Petty is a Playlyst Studios Original.

    Hallmarkies Podcast
    Ranking BRIDGERTON BOOKS with Natasha Alvar BONUS (#Bridgerton)

    Hallmarkies Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later May 21, 2022 59:48


    Today we have a fun BONUS episode for you. Natasha and Rachel are ranking the Bridgerton novels by Julia Quinn This episode is brought to you by Bethany House Publishers and Becky Wade's new novel 'Turn to Me' Follow Becky on twitter https://twitter.com/beckywadewriter Check out Becky's website https://beckywade.com/home/ when you purchase any of the Misty River Romance novels with the promo code MISTYRIVER40. bakerbookhouse.com and code MISTYRIVER40 Follow Rachel on goodreads https://www.goodreads.com/user/show/260625-rachel-wagner For our episode on Bridgerton s2 https://youtu.be/465mZRVwKsM For Natasha's interview with Julia Quinn https://culturedvultures.com/interview-author-julia-quinn-on-her-new-book-first-comes-scandal-more/ Check out Rachel's review of season 2 https://rachelsreviews.net/2022/03/22/review-bridgerton-season-2-still-swoonworthy-but-miss-the-spice/ Check out Rachel's review of season 1 https://rachelsreviews.net/2020/12/27/review-bridgerton-netflix-meets-dishy-regency-romance-novel/ To follow Natasha on twitter https://twitter.com/litmysoul For our first episode with Natasha https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eRzr7vxYdGA Check out her writing https://culturedvultures.com/author/natasha-alvar/ For all of our interviews https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLXv4sBF3mPUA_0JZ2r5fxhTRE_-RChCj Send us your feedback at feedback@hallmarkiespodcast.com or the twitter call +1 (801) 855-6407 Check out the merch store and get our #hashtag shirts! https://www.teepublic.com/stores/hallmarkies?utm_campaign=Hallmarkies&utm_medium=8581&utm_source=affiliate Please support the podcast on patreon at https://www.patreon.com/hallmarkies Follow us on ITunes https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/hallmarkies-podcast/id1296728288?mt=2 https://twitter.com/HallmarkiesPod on twitter @HallmarkiesPodcast on Instagram Check out our website HallmarkiesPodcast.com Follow Rachel's blog at http://rachelsreviews.net Follow Rachel on twitter twitter.com/rachel_reviews Follow Rachel's Reviews on youtube https://www.youtube.com/c/rachelsreviews Follow Rachel on facebook www.facebook.com/smilingldsgirl Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

    How To Love Lit Podcast
    Kate Chopin - The Awakening - Episode 4 - Symbolism, Romanticism, Nihilism And A Dissonant Ending!

    How To Love Lit Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later May 21, 2022 59:04


    Kate Chopin - The Awakening - Episode 4 - Symbolism, Romanticism, Nihilism And A Dissonant Ending!   Hi, I'm Christy Shriver. We're here to discuss books that have changed the world and have changed us.    I'm Garry Shriver, and this is the How to Love Lit Podcast.  This is our final episode in our four-part series of Kate Chopin's masterpiece The Awakening.  There is a lot layered in such a short book.  In episode 1, we discuss Chopin's life, we introduce the concept of “local color” and we arrive on the colorful shores of a summer resort village in Grand Isle, Louisiana.  Episode 2 we spend time on Grand Isle.  We meet Edna, Adele, Mr. Pontellier, Robert Lebrun and Madame Reisz.  We watch Edna awaken to an inner awareness she had never understood before, and we see this awakening occur through a physical sensuality she has never experienced before.  She learns to swim.  Edna Pontellier leaves Grand Isle a very different person than how she arrived at the beginning of her summer. Episode  3 we start with chapter 18 as Edna arrives back home in New Orleans.  Nothing would be the same.  She cannot  conform to the roles she has previously played.  She does not fit into the culture; she doesn't want to anymore.  She abandons almost all that she had previously identified with and experiments with different lifestyles: the arts, the horse races, men, ultimately she decides to leave the ritzy Esplanade street and take up residence in what she calls her Pigeon House just around the corner.  Today, we begin with chapter 26 and we follow Edna's progression through the end of the book.       Stylistically Chopin wrote what we call a realistic novel. The story, the settings, the characters truthfully represent the real world.  Grand Isle really exists and the resort there existed in the way she described it.  The same is true for Esplanade Street.  The details are accurate as Chopin represents the reality the great city of New Orleans at the turn of the century.  The French language, the customs, the way people behave, the races, the music, even the Song, “Ah, si tu savais”…is a real song. All of these things reflect reality.   However, as we get farther to the end of the novel, and as the reader gets more submerged into Edna's perspective, things get more and more romanticized.  Objects that seemed liked just objects at the beginning are now understood to be metaphorical and are symbolic.  We notice that objects are repeating and evolving- they are motifs.   In other words, the objects are still what they have always been, but they have taken on to mean MORE than just what they originally meant.  We understand things to be symbols in two ways.  The first way is whey the author spends an inordinate amount of time describing something that maybe isn't THAT important otherwise.  A second way is when we notice something to keep showing up over and over again.  Here's one example  There is music in the beginning.  It's described in detail, but notice just how much music there is in this book.  Notice how much time is devoted to describing it.   There is music in the middle and there is music at the end.  It means something, but of course it's up to us to draw our own conclusions as to what.  The birds work the same way.  There are birds on the first page, they come back in the middle and there is a bird on the last page.  It means something.  Food and meals are often symbolic.  Meals are archetypal symbols for fellowship.   Chopin use meals as a way to sort track what's going on with Edna and her relationships throughout the story.  Following the symbols helps us understand the universality of the story.  The biggest symbol is the sea, and by the end of the book it takes on mythic proportions.  The sea, as we pointed out in the beginning is personified.  It's alive.  But by the end, if we look carefully, we see in the description that the ocean is described as a serpent- uh ohh.  That's a Biblical symbol- but even in the Bible a serpent is not just one thing.  But it's not just the Bible that that is alluded here in these ocean references.  Edna as called Venus, and Venus emerges from the sea. What is that about? Although everything is still realistic- there are no superheroes or magic or pirates or fairies of any kind, there symbols somehow feel allegorical; is Edna even a real person or is she a type?  I know that's a little hyperbolic, but not by much.  Today as we end our discussion, I'd like to see this book as indeed political; there certainly is that side of it, but that is just the surface.  It goes beyond that to ask questions that are personal.  But before we can do that, we must first address the political.  Chopin was, by her very essence, a woman in the vein of what Europeans of her day called the “New Women” of the fin de siècle.    Garry, Chopin, was a well-read French speaker and reader very attune to the political, social and literary movements of her day, but we are not- although I will say, I've learned a lot about new women by watching them evolve in Downton Abbey, but what is a “new woman” and what does the term “fim de siècle” mean beyond the obvious translation of end of the century.    The term “New Woman” was actually an invention of the British media- it's not an American thing- and you're right, it's showcased in a lot of period pieces.  Here's one tell, a new woman might be the one riding a bicycle as a display of her independence.    A bicycle.  That's funny.      You'd have been the first to get your hands on one, I'm sure.  Think about it; just being able to wear clothes that would allow you to ride it would be liberating.  Anyway, the term first came out in the The Woman's Herald in August of 1893.  To use the newspaper's words, “woman suddenly appears on the scene of man's activities, as a sort of new creation, and demand a share in the struggles, the responsibilities and the honurs of the world, in which, until now, she has been a cipher.”  This feminist vision, as you can imagine was highly controversial and threatening to the status quo.  Among other things, it involved a new definition of female sexuality.  Some considered this alone to be the beginning of the apocalypse- the world was certainly turning upside down.  The mainstream media portrayed the new woman as a mannish brute towering over men- someone who is extremely hideous and monstrous- something most women obviously would not want to embrace- very propagandic.  Opponents were making caricatures as negative as possible of these “independent women”  wearing masculine clothes and pursuing unwomanly pursuits like sports, politics or higher education.     How dare they?    There was a lot of cigar smoking in these pictures.  These were meant to be negative images; the women would have angry faces, maybe with their hands on their hips scowling at the reader.  But in the feminist media, the new woman was portrayed very differently.  The traits were the exact same but portrayed in a positive way.  The new woman in these publications  was portrayed as a social warrior defending her home, using her political positions, social standings to compliment traditional household duties.  The idea being a new woman didn't neglect her family she was a better provider and defender of self and family because of it.  The main difference between these new visions of a new woman had to do with what you do with motherhood.   Femininist media created images of women incorporating traditionally male domains not necessarily excluding motherhood.   The big political interests that stand out were women's suffrage and property rights. Women were interested in careers outside the home and higher education.   Women's periodicals emerged with pretty large readerships, and not all of these readers were women.  Women were publicly and in writing asking other women to openly express their views on contemporary life- this was new.  The question of the era was “What is the role of the ‘new woman'?” I quote the North America Review here, “the great problem of the age is how to emancipate woman and preserve motherhood.”   In the 1890s, the new woman wanted to be what some called a “respected radical”.      And of course, we don't have to get far into The Awakening to see these political and social concerns embedded in Chopin's work.  She is a voice speaking to this socio-political moment in time, and she's commenting in a serious way on women's struggle to speak- Edna struggles to speak for herself at everyone point in the book.  Interestly enough, Edna didn't have a mother and doesn't know what to do with motherhood.  She had no personal role model.    I noticed that, and it matters psychologically when we watch Edna vacillate at the end of the book.  Chopin created a character of extreme economic privilege for her day, yet still, Edna has terrible trouble articulating even to herself what she feels or what she wants.   The reasons for this are not simply resolved.  Chopin seems to suggest to me that for sure there are political, social and cultural adjustments that must be made giving women more rights, but that's just one part of it.  Chopin illustrates this from the vantage point of a woman.  There must be a redefinition of respectable womanhood that is not so polarizing.  Here there are only two versions of respectable women-  Madame Reisz and the other Adele Ratignole.     By chapter 26 Edna clearly understands she is not one or the other, but there is an inarticulate lostness.  Where does Edna fit in?  She tells Madame Reisz that she's moving out of her home, and for a brief moment you wonder if she's got some sort of radical plan, except she doesn't and her reasons don't even make a lot of sense.  They're emotional. She's literally moving  “just two steps away in a little four-room house around the corner.  It looks so cozy, so inviting a restful, whenever I pass by, and it's for rent.  I'm tired looking after that big house.  It seemed seemed like mine, anyway- like home.  It's too much trouble.  I have to keep too many servants.  I am tired bothering with them.”  She goes on to say when Madame Reisz doesn't buy that explanation, “The house, the money, that provides for it are not mine.  Isn't that enough reason?”    Obviously those are NOT reasons enough- what does she get out of this move? When Madame Reisz asks how her husband reacted to this plan this is her response, “I have not told him.   I only thought of it this morning.”      Very impulsive.    SOO impulsive.  I'm ashamed to say, I know people that do things like this, but this is not my vision of the real pioneers of the women's movement- not today or from the turn of the century- women like Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Isadora Duncan, Clara Burton, Mary Wollstonecraft- they aren't anything like Edna Pontellier.    Well, no they are not, Edna has some deficiencies for sure, and they express themselves in various ways.  One of these is expressed through this confusion of passion with relationship like we see with Robert LeBrun.   She indulges in fantasy which is fun, of course, and the idea of Robert is a wonderful fantasy.    This is something else that frustrates me, personally, with Edna. I keep wanting to say, “snap out of it, child!”  Chopin builds this tension but she never lets Edna snap out of it.  And even though the title of this book is The Awakening, and it is true is that Edna awakens continuously throughout the book, There is another sense paradoxically where Edna is always asleep literally and figuratively.  Edna is not a villain; Edna is not a pathetic character; Edna is a realistic character who vacillates all the time between this illusion and reality.  She's continually uncovering things that haven't been real, but then constructing things that are totally fake- like her life in this pigeon house or her relationship with Robert. Unpacking Edna is seeing a real life- a struggle. Chopin's evolutionary character awakens from a very female - not a male one, not a neutered life; the complexity derives from realities that are unique to women, specifically those from the turn of the century, but the social and culture implications aside, in universal terms, what does it mean for Edna to be in love with Robert?  To love someone means something in a universal way.  People love in all cultures in all times all around the world.  For a woman to love a man as she claims to love Robert, what does she mean?  Is she saying she desires a life with him; does she want to take on any responsibility for his happiness or good?  That is what I find confusing, because Edna doesn't seem to be doing that for anyone.  In what sense is Edna “in love” or should we not take her at her word on this?        Ha!  Do we take anyone at their word when they are “in love”?  Of course, when she is asked to describe what she means, she describes the biochemical addiction we all feel when we can't get enough of another person.  That experience is overwhelming for anyone; and Chopin has gone to a lot of trouble to show us that Edna has never been “in love” before.  Edna is a woman who recently just turned on her feelings.  Turning on our feelings is important, and it is very sad that it was so long in happening for her.  Contrary to popular opinion, feelings are good.  To experience feelings is not a sign of weakness. Not taking into account her feelings is what got her into a loveless marriage to begin with.  We have to learn to incorporate our emotions if we are going to live as a whole individual- a person with no dead spots.  Edna has lived from her childhood onward with lots of dead spots.  This has handicapped her in many ways.  In this case, what does it mean for Edna in Edna's mind to love Robert LeBrun?  What does it mean if he loves her?  I'm not sure the relationship between these two is what is important for Chopin.  It appears to be the backdrop of a larger issue?  Love is not the end game for Edna; passion was the catalyst to her awakening, to be sure, but the relationship between Edna and Robert is not a Romeo and Juliet type story.  The Awakening is not a love story.    Indeed, Madame Reisz recognizes that as well.  Madame Reisz calls Edna “Ma Reine” in chapter 26.  She then asks, “Why do you love him when you ought not?”       And why does that term “ma reine” draw your attention?    Because that term means, “My queen”, and that seems to be more in line what Edna wants instead of a relationship with Robert LeBrun.  What has Edna discovered in this world.  She's discovered she doesn't want to be woman-mother.  She discovered she doesn't really want to be artist woman.  She's trying out what it's like to be a “man” in some ways.  But really what she wants is to be Woman-queen.  Which is a nice role- I'd like that to be that one as well.    Ha!  Not a Disney princess.    Heck no- I'm all for mother-queen.  But here's Edna'a problem.  She's not prepared nor does she seem creative enough to invent this role for herself in the actual real world in which she lives; she likely can't conceptualize it.  This illusion of a mother-queen will be the model from here to the end of the book.  The thing is, it's not real; Edna is creating an illusion.  In fact, this whole book is a discussion on illusion versus reality.  What did Edna awaken to, if not to the understanding that her entire life was an illusion- she was living an inauthentic life.  Except, look at what she does in response to that?  She's building more illusion- exhibit A-  this relationship with Robert- if it is anything it is an expression of illusion.      Edna doesn't need a fantasy.  She needs hope.  She needs to see her own potential- a creative vision of what she can become, something she would like to become- if not mother, if not artist, if not horse-racer, if not socialite, then what.    In chapter 27, Edna says this “Don't you know the weather prophet has told us we shall see the sun pretty soon?”  The sun is a very ancient and universal symbol.  It represents hope.  It represents creativity; it's a male archetypal symbol, btw, the sun represents energy.  If you remember, Edna can only paint in the sun, and that's exactly right.  That's all of us, we all can only create in the sun.  We can only move forward when we have hope.  The Sun gives us life and without it we live in darkness, without hope.  Edna is wrestling with finding hope, but that seems to be problematic because she can't even decide if she's a good person or a bad person.  Listen to what she says to Arobin, “I'm going to pull myself together for a while and think- try to determine what character of a woman I am; for, candidly I don't know.  By all the codes which I am acquainted with, I am a devilish wicked specimen of the sex.  But some way I can't convince myself that I am.  I must think about it.”      It is in that line that I think Chopin enraptures many female readers.  I want to read it again, “  By all the codes which I am acquainted with, I am a devilish wicked specimen of the sex.  But some way I can't convince myself that I am.  I must think about it.”      In other words, the world tells me I am a bad person because I'm not conforming properly.  I'm not doing the right things; but something inside of me defies that.  I don't feel devilish.  But I'm told I am, and there is my disconnect.    Indeed-and isn't it interesting that it is here at this point that Edna revisits something Madame Reisz has apparently told her previously but we are only getting to see in this context after this confession, “When I left her today, she put her arms around me and felt my shoulder blades, to see if my wings were strong, she said, ‘the bird that would soar above the level plain of tradition and prejudice must have strong wings.  It is a sad spectacle to see the weaklings bruised, exhausted, fluttering back to earth.”    I agree, but what kind of bird is Edna?  Madame Reisz is not using language that suggest Edna IS this kind of woman.  She's challenging her to be a certain way.  She's saying if Edna wants to have a certain outcome, she must display certain characteristics.  But, notice the next thing that happens, Edna and Arobin kiss passionately.  “It was the first kiss of her life to which her nature had really responded.  It was a flaming torch that kindled desire.”  Chopin is very delicate in how she expresses the implied sex scene.  The entire chapter is very short- very different than how Shonda Rimes does these things in Bridgerton.  Let's read it.    Chapter 28    I know this is not the majority view here, but this is not only Edna asserting independence.  This is Edna running into more illusion. From here, she immediately moves out of Leonce's house, but not without running up a crazy expensive bill with a lavish dinner party.  Arobin calls it a coup d'etat.  “It will be day after tomorrow.  Why do you call it the coup d'etat?  Oh! It will be a very fine; all my best of everything- crystal, silver, and gold. Sevres. Flowers, music and champagne to swim in.  I'll let Leonce pay the bills.  I wonder what he'll say when he sees the bills.”    This dinner party is very strange.  For a book so short, why should so many pages be devoted to a dinner party that is essentially meaningless in terms of plot development.      It is long.  One critic pointed out that it's literally, “the longest sustained episode in the novel.”     So, why?  It does not develop the plot; it does not develop any characters; nothing provocative is uttered.  What is going on?    Well!!!  Meals are never just meals- not in literature, not in the movies.  In fact, food is never just food.  It's almost always symbolic of something.  Food is so essential to life, in fact it IS life,  but meals are essential to community.  They don't just symbolize fellowship- they ARE fellowship.  This Thursday night we are going to celebrate our niece, Lauren,  graduating from Collierville High School, and how are we going to do this, we are going to eat together.  Eating together is bonding.  With that in mind, notice how many meals are consumed in this story.      So, what's with the dinner Edna holds?  Her family isn't there.  Her husband isn't there.  Adele, her closest friend, isn't even there.  Many literary critics have suggested, and I honestly think there is validity to this, that Chopin is creating a parody of Jesus' last supper.  Edna has invited a select 12 to join her on her birthday dinner.  There's irony there.  In some sense, it's not just a day where she is celebrating turning 29.  She sees herself as being reborn- her birth…day.  She is celebrating her departure, but unlike Jesus' humble meal in the upper room before his crucifixion and resurrection- Edna goes high dollar.  She sits at the end of the table presiding over her dinner guests, who all have a magnificent time, btw. She wears a cluster of diamonds she had just received that morning from her husband.   There is a specially designed cocktail her father invented for her sister's wedding that she didn't attend; there are multiple courses, everyone has a special chair.  Everything was queenly.  Let me read the description of Edna, “The golden shimmer….    Page 103    Madame Reisz on her way out at the end of the party again says this, “Bonne nuit, ma reine, soyez sage.”  Translated- Good night, my queen, be wise.”    Well, you've made your case…she is playing the part of the queen. But who are the other people in this charade?  Specifically, why is  Mrs. Highcamp there who we know she doesn't like, and why is she weaving a garland of yellow and red roses and laying it over Victor…according to Chopin transforming Victor into a vision of oriental beauty, his cheeks the color or crushed grapes and his dusty eyes glowed with a languishing fire. After that she drapes a while silk scarf on him. It's just weird…and pagan feeling…nothing like the Lord's Supper of the bible, if you were trying to make that comparison.      No, it's the very opposite. That's why critics say it's a parody of Jesus' last supper.  It's imitating but not recreating.  It feels pagan, doesn't it?   Edna is Queen but she has no stated purpose; she is not Jesus sacrificing his life for the sins of the world.  Another moment of parody is when Victor, Judas' like, quickly falls out of favor or betrays her so to speak by singing a song Edna associates with Robert.  But he is shut down.    In the chapters that follow, we see Leonce saving face by remodeling the house as a way of explaining Edna's odd behavior and moving out of the family home.  Edna feels happy about what she's done.  Of course, these are all feelings but “Every step which she took to relieving herself from obligations added to her strength and expansion as an individual.  She began to look with her own eyes; to see and to apprehend the deeper undercurrents of life.”   Again, Chopin never gets far away from the idea that Edna is trying to understand for herself what is real and she is doing this by stripping down, an image we will see all the way to the end.    And yet, the text never clarifies exactly what it is that Edna is learning about the world and herself.  She draws no conclusions, makes no provisions, takes on no responsibilities.  Reality is an immovable thing.  It is not something we simply escape- that is not possible.      Well, I'm not sure Edna knows that.  She visits her children and weeps when she ssees them. Let me quote here, “She lived with them a whole week long, giving them all of herself, and gathering, and filling. Herself with their young existence.”  She tells then about the Pigeon house and the kids get real very quickly.  They ask her where they would sleep, where papa would sleep. Edna's answer betrays her unwillingness to problem solve.  She says and I quote, “the fairies would fix it all right.”      Edna rejects reality over and over again.  She responds with fantasy at every point.  Madame Ratignolle recognizes this.  In chapter 33 she pays Edna a visit at the pigeon house.  She asks about the dinner party.  She warns her about her behavior with Arobin, but she also makes Edna promise that when the baby comes, Edna would come be a part of the delivery.  Before leaving she says this to Edna, “In some ways you seem to me like a child, Edna. You seem to act without a certain amount of reflection which is necessary in this life.”      Adele is referring to whatever is going on with Arobin, but really, the relationship with Robert is the epitome of her fantasy.  As long as Robert is flirting with no goal- like he did on Grand Isle, Edna is in love with him.  On Grand Isle they share a meal together.  They talk about spirits and pirates.  She loves that.  But here in New Orleans, Robert approaches Edna with a desire to be honest and she rejects that.  The text says that in some way “Robert seemed nearer to her off there in Mexico than when he stood in her presence, and she had touched his hand”.   After Edna's birthday we see no more communal meals, Edna eats alone- there is no more fellowship at this point really with anyone.  Edna invites Robert to eat with her at a little restaurant called “Catiche”.  Edna requests a plate and puts food in front of him, but he doesn't eat a morsel. He walks her home and comes inside.  Edna kisses him.  He confesses his love and how he is tormented because Edna is not free.  Let's read this exchange.    “Something put into my head that you cared for me; and I lost my senses.  I forgot everything but a wild dream of you some way becoming my wife.”    Your wife!    “Religion, loyalty, everything would give way if only you cared.”    Then you must have forgotten that I was Leonce Pontellier's wife.”    “Oh I was demented, dreaming of wild, impossible things, recalling men who had set their wives free, we have heard of such things.”    Yes, we have heard of such things.”    There's a little more back and forth until we get to this line of Edna's, “You have been a very very foolish boy, wasting your time dreaming of impossible things when you speak of Mr. Pontellier setting me free!  I am no longer one of Mr. Pontellier's possessions to dispose of or not.  I give myself where I choose.  If he were to say “here Robert, take her and be happy; she is yours, I should laugh at you both.”    He of course responds with, “What do you mean?”  He has no idea what Edna's talking about.      Exactly, and here is where the a plot complication makes things interesting.  Their conversation is interrupted when Madame Ratignolle's servant comes to say that Adelle is having her baby.  Edna leaves Robert.  She says this to Robert, “I love you.  Only you; no one but you.  It was you who awoke me last summer out of a life-long, stupid dream.”      Robert begs Edna, as if she really were Queen Edna.  He begs her to stay with him- to not go to Adelle.  This is kind reminiscient of the stereotypical female damsel in distress begging her hero to stay- except in revere.  She pulls away, promises to return and leaves him and  quote the text here, “longing to hold her and keep her.”      This Birth scene is symbolic in many ways.  It also is a return to the female reality.  Is there anything more real in this world than bringing life into it?  This birth scene reminds readers that this is a uniquely female story because this is one way men and women engage the world differently and there is no way around it. Motherhood and fatherhood are not the same.  Edna goes to Adelle and begins to feel uneasy. Let's read this paragraph from chapter 37.     Page 127    On the surface, it seems that Adele is hoping to inspire Edna to resume her role as a Woman-mother.  On the surface it seems that Edna is battling social conventions and her own sensuality.      Of course, the whole experience leaves her dazed.  The doctor walks her home, and I quote, “Oh well, I don't know that it matters after all.  One has to think of the children some time or other; the sooner the better.”  Let's read the rest of this dialogue between the doctor and Edna.    Page 128      Even at the end of the chapter, Edna cannot articulate her own thoughts, not even inside her own head.  Still she remembers Adele's voice whispering, “Think of the children; think of them.”  She meant to think of them; that determination had driven into her soul like a death wound- but not tonight.  Tomorrow would be time to think of everything.”    Of course, when she gets inside the pigeon house there is no Robert.  He left a note. “I love you. Good bye- because I love you.”  Edna grew faint; uttered no words and stayed up the entire night, apparently just staring at a flickering lamp.    Again, may I point out- light represents hope and hers is flickering.      Speaking just in a general sense, we are co-creators of our reality- our circumstances proscribe lots of things, but we create out of those circumstances and we know it.  And since we know this, no person can run away from his own innate moral obligation to live up to whatever potential we find inside of us.  Whatever we determine that to be.  We cannot run away from that reality.  No matter how hard we try to put it off until tomorrow, that sense of obligation to create something out of our lives is inside of us.  We can't run from it because it is not coming from outside of us.  Edna, in all of her confusion, and she, is very confused about a lot of things at various points in the book, but she never wavers about that.  She clearly says early on in the book, that she understood herself to have an obligation first and foremost to herself.  But what is that obligation- it is for her what it is for everyone.  She must meet her own potential.  We cannot fail at that.  If we feel we are failing at that, that's when despair sets in.      Edna looks at certain realities in her life and awakens to an awareness she doesn't want to face.  She sees obligations in her future- not opportunities.  She doesn't want tomorrow to come, but not going to bed does not put off the morning from arriving.      The end of the book circles back to where it starts- Grand Isle.  Except it is not the Grand Isle of the summer.  Archetypally, Spring represents new birth, summer represents youth; fall represents adulthood or maturity.  Grand Isle is still there, but the women from the summer resort are not.  It's barren. The sun and the warmth is not there either.  Edna returns to find Victor there.  She arrives to find that he's been telling Mariequita all about her birthday dinner.  He has described Edna and and I quote, “Venus rising from the foam”.  If you remember from your Roman mythology, Venus is the goddess of love and is said to have emerged full-grown from the ocean foam.  So read into that what you will.  Anyway Edna asks him to prepare a meal of fish.  She then leaves Victor for the beach for a swim.  If you recall, it was at this place where she had her first swim and experienced her first real awakening.  But now this beach is dreary and deserted.     Let's listen to the thoughts in Edna's head, “She had said it over and over to herself.  “Today it is Arobin' tomorrow it will be someone else.  It makes no difference to me.  It doesn't matter about Leonce Pontelllier- but Raoul and Etienne!”  She understood now clearly what she had meant long ago when she said to Adele Ratignolle that she would give up the unessential, but she would never sacrifice herself for her children.  Despondency had come upon her there in the wakeful night, and had never lifted. There was no one thing in the world that she desired.  There was no human being whom she wanted near her except Robert; and she even realized that the day would come when he, too, and the thought of him would melt out of her existence, leaving her alone.  The children appeared before her like antagonists who had overcome her, who had overpowered and sought to drag her into the soul's slavery for the rest of her days.  But she knew a way to elude them.  She was not thinking of these things when she walked down to the beach.”    There's a lot of nihilism in those comments.  Edna has found nothing that excites her passion.  “There was no one thing that she desired” – that's the line that stands out.  Desire is the fuel of human behavior.  It's where we see our potential.  This is a huge expression of someone who has given up all desire to have responsibility for anyone or anything- and it is unthinking here.  She is completely detached to a degree that it's actually shocking.  I see why this book unsettled so many people.  We don't want to believe people can detach like this.  We know it's dangerous.     She wades out into this ocean because the seas is seductive.  It whispers, it clamours; it murmurs.  It invites her soul to want in the abysses of solitude.  Edna looks up to see a bird with a broken wing beating the air above and falling down disabled to the water.  She then takes off all of her clothes and stands naked in the open air, at the mercy of the sun with the waves inviting her to come in, and so she does.  Let's read this final page.    Page 133      We notice right away the sea is a serpent about her ankle.  Most of us think of a serpent as a symbol for the devil, and that's true in the book of Genesis.  But that is not the only time we see a serpent in the Bible.  In the book of Exodus, the Israelites in the desert look up to a serpent on a stick for healing.  Archetypally a serpent is a symbol of rebirth.    Edna retreats into thoughts of her childhood which reminds me that Edna has no mother.  Honestly, this does not read like a suicide. I For one, think, Chopin leaves it completely open ended.  Can we be sure Edna even dies?  Chopin ends this book entirely unresolved.  It's disturbing.      It hinges on what you want to do with that ocean.  And scholars have come to zero consensus on how to understand this ending.  Oceans symbolically can be sources of self-awareness.  They can be places to find rebirth.  But, what's jarring about this ending is that there is nothing in Edna's characterization at any point in the book to suggest that Edna wants a beginning or even an ending for that matter.  Edna doesn't search for closure not one time in this story- even the bedtime story she tells her kids there's no ending.  Edna is not just rejecting society's roles for her; she seems to be rejecting herself as an individual here.  Do these final images of her childhood suggest she wants to start over or does she give up up?    When ending a good song, every musician knows you have to create closure at the end or you don't resolve the tension in the music.  Non musicians may not know that but they feel it when it happens. Try ending a song on the 5 chord.  And for a woman with such a keen sense of music, it seems Chopin purposely leaves her song unresolved.  There is no funeral; nobody on the beach; not even any thoughts of exit in Edna's mind.  There is nothing.  Instead, Edna is focused on all the repeating elements of her own life's story.  It is a totally directionless ending.    And that's what people love about it- it's messy and unresolved.  It's realistic but also kind of mythical.   I guess, if we want to we can finish the tale in our own minds.  We can either kill her off or revive her.  She either sinks into further illusion, or she awakens one final time into a creative reality.  The central motif of this book is this sleeping/waking thing that goes on the entire time.  And maybe that's where we find ourselves-- hopefully to a much lesser degree than Edna- the messiness of life sets in when we find ourselves oscillating between waking up and further deluding ourselves at some lost point in our lives.  We will make a mess of things (as Chopin says about Edna) – being a victim of forces without and forces within.  Yet what happens after we go into the ocean- or do we even dare?  I like to see this ending positively.  I like to think of Edna rising up and finding she CAN attach to other humans in a way where one does not consume the other.  She can find meaning in her children, in work, in art, in society.   She can find a way to make peace with her culture, her society, her limitations from without and within.  In my mind's eye, she arises out of the foam-like Venus to rob a term from Victor.  So, whether it's realistic or not- In my mind, Edna comes back up- A woman- Queen.  I know I'm adding extensively to the text and that is a terribly bad no no, but hopefully while she was under water listening to all those bees she came up with a good plan.      HA!  You do like to find the silver lining in every storm.  Well, thanks for spending time with us today.  We hope you enjoyed our final discussion on this very perplexing piece of literature.  Next episode, we move from Louisiana up the road to our home state of Tennessee to discuss the music and life of our own Dolly Parton, self-made woman of this generation, whose displays the very idea of local color in her music.  We would ask you to please share our podcast with a friend.  Email or text them a link.  Share a link on your social media.  That's how we grow.  Also, visit our website at www.howtolovelitpodcast.com for merchandise as well as free listening guides for teachers and students of English.      Peace out.                                     

    Marvelous Geeks
    Lady Geeks' Society Podcast: Bridgerton 2x08 "The Viscount Who Loved Me" Review

    Marvelous Geeks

    Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2022 82:39


    In this week's episode of Lady Geeks' Society Podcast, we're discussing all things Bridgerton Season 2, Episode 8, "The Viscount Who Loved." Kate Sharma makes a full recovery and Anthony Bridgerton finally proposes, leading to the happy ending we've been waiting to see. Lady Whistledown is revealed and best friends are torn apart. Family moments shatter our hearts and then put us back together again. And finally, we've got news about Bridgerton Season 3. Mentioned Articles: Written Review of 2x08: https://marvelousgeeksmedia.com/2022/04/04/bridgerton-2x08-the-viscount-who-loved-me-review/ wall-e-nelson's “a peculiar kind of heartbreak” medium.com/@wall.e.nelson1204/…eartbreak-e32ab06bd Scene Breakdown: Passing Down Memories and Honest Conversations Between Anthony and Gregory in ‘Bridgerton' https://marvelousgeeksmedia.com/2022/04/26/scene-breakdown-passing-down-memories-and-honest-conversations-between-anthony-and-gregory-in-bridgerton/ Scene Breakdown: Kate and Anthony's “Wrecking Ball” Dance in ‘Bridgerton' https://marvelousgeeksmedia.com/2022/04/12/scene-breakdown-kate-and-anthonys-wrecking-ball-dance-in-bridgerton/ Social Media: TWITTER: twitter.com/marvelousgeeks_ | twitter.com/ladygeekspod INSTAGRAM: instagram.com/ladygeekspodcast Cover Art: Jenna Anne Intro Music: Derek Murrell (instagram.com/derekhmurrell) Gissane's Social Media TWITTER: twitter.com/gissanesophia Jenna's Social Media TWITTER: twitter.com/jenkenobi

    Tea At No. 5
    Bridgerton Season 3 News #Polin

    Tea At No. 5

    Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2022 26:55


    Nicola Coughlan held a secret from us!!  Since the beginning of season two, she knew her love story is next.  A while ago, Shonda Rhimes mentioned a possible change up in the love story sequence.  The change does put what would be the next Bridgerton sibling's timeline on track.  So, we wonder if we will see Benedict finding his Sophie in season two?  So many questions and theories!Join us as we discuss what we think about time jumps, #Polin possibly marrying younger, and then some from Miss Penelope Featherington's season three confirmation!!Hosts – Toni Rose  & Wendy WooEmail - bridgerton2000@gmail.comFollow - www.instagram.com/bridgerton2000Follow – www.twitter.com/lit_wallflowers Shop - www.zazzle.com/store/lit_wallflowers/products Subscribe - www.youtube.com/channel/UCVbwzumQy5Gx1TKc-O4OCzQ Website - linktr.ee/bridgerton2000www.juliaquinn.com www.facebook.com/AuthorJuliaQuinn www.instagram.com/juliaquinnauthorwww.ubookstore.com/books/collections/julia-quinnwww.shondaland.com

    Hive Mind
    Bridgerton Season 2 Episode 7

    Hive Mind

    Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2022 45:07


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    The Fifth Floor
    Love in a time of war

    The Fifth Floor

    Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2022 47:01


    How do you arrange a wedding in a warzone? According to Ukrainian authorities nearly 4,000 couples tied the knot in the first 10 days after the invasion. BBC Ukrainian's Zhanna Bezpiatchuk has recently come back from Ukraine – where she met a couple who exchanged their vows as twin rockets hit the city of Lviv, in western Ukraine.   Videogames in the Arabic world Millions of people around the world play videogames and the industry is getting bigger and bigger. One company is capitalising on this growth. Based in Jordan, their speciality is 'localising' videogames; making them more suitable for Arab audiences. Hossam Fazulla has been covering this story for BBC Arabic.  Meet the Nigerian Spiderman   Environmentalist Jonathan Olakunle dresses up as a superhero to help clean up the streets and raise awareness about illegal waste dumping. BBC Africa's Joshua Akinyemi has spent a day with him. Afghan women lawyers Since the Taliban took over in 2021, women have been barred from working in the judiciary system, leaving thousands jobless and at risk. And whilst the Taliban government say women with legal claims can still go to court, some Afghan women say that their cases are better understood by female judges and lawyers. Shazia Haya from BBC Pastho has the story.   Bridgerton in India The latest season of the drama Bridgerton has had a mixed reception in India. Set in Georgian London, the series follows the aristrocratic Bridgerton family. The second series introduces an Indian family visiting London to find a match for their youngest daughter. Though popular among Indians it proved controversial - as the BBC's Meryl Sebastian in Delhi explains. Presenter: Faranak Amidi Producers: Alice Gioia, Caroline Ferguson, Rebecca Moore, Emily Naylor (Photo: Newly-weds Aliona and Boghdan. Credit: Marek Polaszewski)

    Lovestruck Daily
    Bridgerton Inspo: Baiza Bai, the Sword-Wielding Indian Queen

    Lovestruck Daily

    Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2022 16:29


    Baiza Bai was the original fierce queen (and the inspiration behind Bridgerton's Kate Sharma). She was an adept horserider, masterful swordswoman, and cunning  businesswoman. In today's episode, we examine the life of the legendary Maratha Indian Queen. It's a shoutout to all the badass women whose accomplishments, friendships and philanthropy might be their greatest loves of all.   Get your daily happily ever after on LoveStruck Daily, with new love stories every Monday-Friday. In the meantime, follow @LoveStruckDaily on Instagram and Twitter for extra content. If you have a love story to share, or any questions for the team, email lovestruckdaily@frolic.media.  View episode transcript here: https://otter.ai/u/8LsZcxooAWiWXaPqKpAap2SE3PI And for goodness sakes...just kiss already!!! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

    National Day Calendar
    May 20, 2022 - National Streaming Day | NASCAR Day

    National Day Calendar

    Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2022 3:30


    Welcome to May 20, 2022 on the National Day Calendar. Today we celebrate slowing down to the speed of streaming and life in the fast lane. There was a time when if you wanted to watch a season of an entire TV series, you needed to go buy a DVD boxed set. Then in 2012, Netflix changed that forever with a show called Lilyhammer. It's the story of a New York gangster who is living in Norway and it was the first streaming series in TV history. Nowadays, we are overwhelmed with original content from streaming services, but back then this was highly unusual. Although Lilyhammer was only a modest hit, this show paved the way for things like Bridgerton, The Marvelous Ms. Maisel, and all of the Marvel shows. On National Streaming Day, grab some snacks, curl up on the couch, and get binge-ing! During Prohibition, it became very popular in the Southern states to illegally distill the alcohol known as moonshine. Federal agents would chase down vehicles during transport and destroy the barrels, so bootleggers began to soup up the engines on their cars. With these faster cars, they could outrun the Feds. Once Prohibition ended, those really fast cars were going to waste, so people began to race the vehicles and that evolved into what we know today as NASCAR. Each year on the third Friday of May, we celebrate NASCAR Day. So get comfortable on the couch, crack open a cold one and get ready for the races. I'm Anna Devere and I'm Marlo Anderson. Thanks for joining us as we Celebrate Every Day. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

    Sarah and Vinnie Full Show
    7-8am- The Ellen Show is Ending & a Big Mac Record Holder

    Sarah and Vinnie Full Show

    Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2022 36:28


    Ellen's show is coming to an end, upcoming Stranger Things episodes are going to be way longer, Law and Order is awesome, an update on Bridgerton, a hepatitis scare is sweeping the world, some fast facts, a Big Mac eating world record holder, a family purposely embarrasses their daughter, and Vinnie reads your texts!

    Bohemian Geek Studies
    Bridgerton Season 2: Episodes 3 & 4

    Bohemian Geek Studies

    Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2022 80:10


    For this season of Bohemian Geek Studies, we are taking a detailed dorky dive into that saucy Netflix series Bridgerton! This week, we're diving into season 2, episodes 3 and 4 entitled “A Bee in Your Bonnet” and “Victory”.

    The Bridgerton Bros
    Bridgerton Season 3 Announced: Colin & Pen Time

    The Bridgerton Bros

    Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2022 22:13


    Penlin? Colinope? What do we call them? It seems like this latest Bridgerton announcement is not only saying season 3 will be about Colin and Penelope, but about them…together? Oh boy. We parse the latest Whistledown and talk about our feelings and thoughts (and some of yours!) for the now announced season three of Bridgerton in a lil' mini episode for y'all. We've missed you already! And great news: we'll be back next week to talk about the differences between the books and season two with a couple fun guests, so don't you dare unsubscribe! Instagram: @thebridgertonbros Twitter: @brosbridgerton Patreon.com/KevinAndJon

    Bridgerton: The Official Podcast
    A Cast In Harmony w/ Cheryl Dunye + Nicola Coughlan

    Bridgerton: The Official Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2022 34:42


    Cheryl Dunye, director of Episodes 207 and 208 joins host Gabrielle Collins to discuss Cheryl's process, behind-the-scenes Easter Eggs and the significance of the last two episodes of Bridgerton's second season. Then Cheryl and Nicola Caughlan, aka Penelope Featherington, unpack the heartbreaking “break up” scene between Penelope and Eloise.  You can (re)watch Bridgerton on Netflix now! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

    Gilmore Gals
    Gilmore Girls S2 E6 Recap: Presenting Lorelai Gilmore

    Gilmore Gals

    Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2022 50:31


    In today's episode, we're recapping season 2, episode 6 of Gilmore Girls! We chat about Luke's ability to make a chai latte, how debutante balls are "Bridgerton-esque," and our frustrations with Christopher! Gilmore Gals Instagram: instagram.com/gilmoregalspod Website: anchor.fm/gilmore-gals --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/gilmore-gals/support

    TechNation Radio Podcast
    Episode 470: Episode 22-21 What’s Up with Netflix?

    TechNation Radio Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2022 59:00


    On this week's Tech Nation, Moira speaks with Journalists Dade Hayes & Dawn Chmielewski about “Binge Times: Inside Hollywood's Furious Billion-Dollar Battle to Take Down Netflix”. From the stock plunge of Netflix to the rise of Bridgerton, it's a streaming war for our attention. Then in Biotech, could “sticky proteins” lead to Alzheimer's, Parkinson's, ALS and more? Dr. Maria Maccecchini, Founder, President and CEO of Annovis Bio, tells us about their approach.

    Sister Sister Wives
    26. Sister Wives s3e1

    Sister Sister Wives

    Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 73:01


    It's season 3 and it has finally happened...we've turned on Christine. It took a move to Vegas, a trip to a random church, and a sit down with an unsuspecting preacher, but we've flipped on Christine. As usual, we have a lot to say about Christine being THE RUDEST to this preacher. Also, the kids throw a pool party, Logan continues to be the only adult in the room, Hunter has had it up to here, and Meri is in constant need of attention. Oh, and Robyn is pregnant.    Join us on Patreon! We're covering old episodes of Seeking Sister Wife, so catch up with us now and new season 4 episodes will be on our free feed this summer! We also release a bonus every month recapping whatever we're watching (Love is Blind, Bridgerton, and the Abercrombie documentary so far). Find us at https://www.patreon.com/sistersisterwives   Don't forget to follow us on Instagram @sistersisterwivespod to find out when new episodes drop!

    Inclusively Yours
    Bringing the Bridgerton Wedding Trend to Life

    Inclusively Yours

    Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 28:37


    The Netflix series period drama Bridgerton has swept the wedding world, lending inspiration in floral design, tabletop, music and more.  If your ideal wedding is a Bridgerton Ball, consider this your invitation. I chat with top wedding planner and designer Tara Fay of Tara Fay Events to find out how to make Bridgerton a reality for your wedding day (even if you're on a tight budget!).  Transcript: https://loveincmag.com/podcast-transcript-bridgerton-wedding-trends Guest Info:  @tarafayevents https://tarafay.ie/ Follow Us: loveincmag.com @LoveIncMag @InclusivelyYoursPodcast Buy the wedding magazine: loveincmag.com/buy-the-magazine

    Geek Girl Riot
    Bridgerton S2: So Close and Yet…

    Geek Girl Riot

    Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 57:06


    Dearest listeners, 'tis the season for Geek Girl Riot to throw a lavish and rather scandalous ball in order to discuss the highs & lows of Bridgerton season 2.

    Girl Meets Show
    Episode 175 - Where in Time is Girl Meets Show?

    Girl Meets Show

    Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 55:54


    Between Minx, Russian Doll, and a little bit of Bridgerton, we're jumping from the ‘70s to the ‘80s to the ‘40s to the Regency Era and even though we're a little dizzy and confused…we're having fun!!

    Cover to Credits
    Bridgerton (Season 2)

    Cover to Credits

    Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 93:47


    A new season is upon us, and the Ton is all abuzz! The second season of this Netflix show features amazing chemistry from its two leads while exploring their past trauma and growth, while the novel (The Viscount Who Loved Me, by Julia Quinn) has a lot of nipple play and men on the brink of violence!

    Smart Women Read Romance
    Bridgerton Season 2 Review | Minisode 21

    Smart Women Read Romance

    Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 67:16


    WHERE TO FIND US:► Email:  swreadromance@gmail.com ► Patreon:  https://www.patreon.com/swreadrom► Goodreads:  https://www.goodreads.com/swreadrom► Instagram:  http://www.instagram.com/swreadrom► Twitter:  https://twitter.com/swreadrom► FB Group:  https://www.facebook.com/groups/swreadrom.theswoonzone/► Juliette's Books: https://www.juliettecross.com/   ► Podcast:  http://www.buzzsprout.com/230454Support the show

    Positively Pop Culture
    Episode 127: Bridgerton and Romance with Amanda and Kelly (Part 2)

    Positively Pop Culture

    Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 38:49


    The continuation of our chat on Bridgerton and the romance genre with Amanda Bales and Dr. Kelly Williams of the romance blog Cravats, Crinoline, and Craft. Episode 2 of 2.

    PEOPLE Every Day
    Amber Heard's Tense Cross-Examination & What the Depp Trial Reveals About Our Culture

    PEOPLE Every Day

    Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 24:06


    The Queen kicks off her Platinum Jubilee celebration. Amber Heard faces a brutal cross-examination, and PEOPLE's Nigel Smith details the latest in the ongoing defamation case. Bridgerton's steamy season 3 storyline. PEOPLE's Charlotte Triggs analyzes what the Johnny Depp and Amber Heard trial means for our culture.For these stories and more, head to PEOPLE.com. Follow on Instagram: Janine Rubenstein - @janinerube Nigel Smith - @nigelmfs Charlotte Triggs - @charloshka Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

    Breakfast All Day
    Episode 269: Movie News, On the Count of Three

    Breakfast All Day

    Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 17:16


    We've got a quick, midweek nibble for you on Breakfast All Day, but we promise it's packed with nutrients. Alonso and Christy review “On the Count of Three,” comedian Jerrod Carmichael's directorial debut; it's a comedy about suicide, and we were so impressed with the tough tonal balance Carmichael strikes. In news, we talk box office, “Bridgerton” season 3, “Saturday Night Live,” Britney Spears, “RRR” and more. And over at our Patreon, we have a May Off the Menu discussion of “Ordinary People” (1980), winner of four Academy Awards including best picture and best director for Robert Redford. Thanks for joining us and we'll see you again Friday! * This week's Movie House Shout-Out goes to The Grand Cinema in Tacoma, Washington. They offer both studio releases and arthouse fare, and they do lots of great work to promote a love of film in the community. To learn more about their programming or become a donor, you can find them here.

    Jason & Alexis
    5/17 TUES HOUR 3: SCR: David and Kelly, a just sayin' about bus etiquette and Bridgerton 3 details!

    Jason & Alexis

    Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 41:32


    Did we find love for David and Kelly today in Second Chance Romance? Jason's trip Just Sayin': get up for people who need it on the bus! Bridgerton season 3 details out – yay or nay? Big yay for Alexis!

    First Thing with Kevin Manno
    Tuesday, May 17th 2022

    First Thing with Kevin Manno

    Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 12:55


    Get informed. Quickly. Russian invasion of Ukraine, McDonalds leaving Russia, Buffalo Hate Crime, Covid death toll, Logan Paul V Floyd Mayweather, Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue, production to continue on Rust, Amber Heard, Bridgerton, Black Mirror, Steve Aoki, Rachael Ray, edible tape, the world's tallest dog & more...

    Okay, Now Listen
    Okay, The Queen Has Arrived (with Golda Rosheuvel)

    Okay, Now Listen

    Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 27:21


    This week, we have a special episode, indeed. We sit down with the multitalented, Golda Rosheuvel, aka Queen Charlotte on Netflix's Bridgerton. We chat with Her Highness about the second season of the hit show, as well as the freedom of love. We even get The Queen to agree to an innocent game of 'Queen Approved.'

    Three Word Podcast
    Episode 153, Five Commencement Speeches that can help your Business!

    Three Word Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 8:02


    Simplify Your Sales and Business meetings. Lisa Thal is an Author, Speaker, and Business Coach. She has over 35 years of marketing, sales, and leadership experience. She wrote the book "Three Word Meetings."  Lisa coaches leaders on simplifying sales and business meetings with fun and interesting 3-word  topics to get your sales team motivated and inspired.   Episode 153, Five Commencement Speeches that can help your Business!   It's Graduation Time! Congratulations to the parents who have kids who are graduating or the adults who earned their MBA or new certification. Three Words, You did it! It's like Warren Buffet says the best investment you can make is in yourself.   All graduations have some form of Commencement Speech. These speeches are Educational, Entertaining, and Inspirational and designed to help us transition into the business world.   I reflected on seeing if I could remember my High School and College Commencement speeches. Now that was a long time ago, and sadly I do not. Perhaps I was distracted talking to my sister Lynn and missed it. For me to retain important information, it has to connect to me. More importantly, if you can keep the message simple ( maybe three words laughing), you can recall the wisdom you learned.   I thought I would share a few of my favorite Commencement speeches that can apply to your Business and a simple phrase my nephew Will lives his life by that you are sure to remember!   View setbacks as opportunities / Steve Jobs, Stanford University, 2005 This powerful speech from the late Steve Jobs (entrepreneur, Apple founder, and tech icon) will resonate no matter where you're at in your career. Sharing stories from pivotal events in his life — getting fired from Apple, and receiving a cancer diagnosis — Jobs explains that your setbacks often lead you to success.   He encourages you to approach every obstacle as an opportunity to learn and pursue the work that inspires you. He says, "The only way to be truly satisfied is to do what you believe is great work. And the only way to do great work is to love what you do."   Successful business owners are always willing to learn and evolve. Whether you look to podcasts, past teachers, mentors, or other business owners, you can find valuable lessons about fear, change, growth, and purpose.   Embrace failure / J.K. Rowling, Harvard University, 2008 J.K Rowling wrote Seven Harry Potter Books because she Embraced Failure. In her speech, J.K. Rowling talks about the inherent value of Failure: it helps you succeed. Drawing on her experience as a poor single mother struggling to publish her first book, Rowling explains that Failure can be a driving force: that liberates you from fear and motivates you to pursue what you want most.   As she puts it, "It is impossible to live without failing at something unless you live so cautiously that you might as well not have lived at all — in which case, you fail by default." Take a cue from Rowling and embrace your business failures as opportunities to grow and become bolder.   "If it doesn't feel right, don't do it." — Oprah Winfrey's 2008 speech at Stanford University. Don't sacrifice Happiness for Money! "When you're doing the work you're meant to do, it feels right, and every day is a bonus, regardless of what you're getting paid," she said. Oprah shared that feelings are your GPS for life. She said you could feel when you're doing the right thing in your gut. Your emotional guidance system lets you know when you're supposed to do Something or not supposed to do Something," she said. She explained that doing what your instincts tell you to do will make you more successful because it will drive you to work harder and save you from debilitating stress.   "If it doesn't feel right, don't do it. That's the lesson. And that lesson alone will save you, my friends, much grief," Winfrey said. When you don't know what to do, get still, get very still, until you know what to do."   Spend less time dreaming and more time doing / Shonda Rhimes, Dartmouth, 2014 Grey's Anatomy, Scandal, and Bridgerton would not be possible for our entertainment viewing without Shonda Rhimes. Her commencement speech message was about what to do if you feel overwhelmed or paralyzed by the dreams you have for your Business.   Shonda Rhimes shares, "While [some] are busy dreaming, the really happy people, the really successful people, the really interesting, engaged, powerful people, are busy doing." Dreaming is only effective if you follow it with action — whether you're brainstorming a new business model or imagining how to grow your company. You don't even need to know what you want to do. Rhimes says the most important thing is to stay open to possibilities and start somewhere.     If there is a Will, there is Way / Will Fick Penn State 2022 Will Fick is my nephew, 24 years old, with Down Syndrome. Thanks to the Live stream, I was able to see Will in his Blue Graduation gown walk with others to get his diploma. Will earned his certification from the College of Education, "Worklink Strategies and employability ."The WorkLink program provides an opportunity for individuals with Intellectual Disabilities (ID) to participate in postsecondary experiences and education alongside their peers.    This program provides Will with the skills to work in the business world.   " If there is a Will, there is a Way." I share this simple phrase because I believe it can inspire you with your Business. Will has never met a stranger; he is excited to learn new things.   As I watched Will grow into a young man, I learned many lessons from him. Be Kind, Laugh, Learn Something new each day, Let go of the past, Live in the moment, and yes, If there is a Will, there is a Way!   So I encourage you to stop and think about your commencement speech. What words of encouragement and inspiration can you share with yourself that can inspire you to keep investing in yourself and your future.   It's all about your perspective, and if you have the Will, you can find a Way!   If you think someone could benefit from this episode, share it, rate it, or subscribe for Free on Itunes or Spotify, so you don't miss out on the next three-word podcast.   Learn more about Simplifying Your sales meetings using 3-word topics at http://www.threewordmeetings.com.          

    With Whit
    Chatting Kardashians, Bridgerton Hotness & Me Getting Wasted at American Idol with THE NETCHICKS: Sara Gretzky and Natalie Buck

    With Whit

    Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 51:46


    UGH love love talking with the Netchicks: Sara Gretzky and Natalie Buck. We had the best time! On their podcast, Netchicks, Natalie and Sara dive into recent TV/Movies that they watch while also dishing on their personal lives and those of relevant pop culture phenoms. We gossiped about the Kardashians, Selling Sunset, and Bridgerton (HOT AND MY FAVE RIGHT NOW!). PLUS, we get into not letting other people's opinions or judgments of us define our characters! I walked away feeling empowered.    Sara is a Florida-based podcaster and personality who, in 2018, became a recurring co-host on Jana Kramer's podcast The Whine Down. After becoming a fan favorite, she joined The Whine Down Live Tour, where she spoke at live shows in New York, Boston, LA, Nashville, Michigan, and Philadelphia. Natalie is a New York/LA Based actor who has appeared in BLUE BLOODS, SUPERSTORE, and plays a reporter in the Jennifer Lopez movie MARRY ME and an upcoming LIFETIME movie, A Gingersnap Christmas.       This episode is brought to you by Travelzoo, WHOOP, and Macy's.   Travelzoo inspires members to get out and travel to destinations that might not be top of mind. Becoming a member is FREE and simple. Visit www.Travelzoo.com/signup.   WHOOP isn't just another fitness wearable - it's designed to provide personalized and actionable data based on your body. Go to WHOOP.com today and use code WHIT at checkout to save 15% today.   Macy's is here to help style your summer. Their Personal Stylist will help you figure it all out in store or from the comfort of your home. Best of all, it's totally free, so head on over to macys.com/personalstylist to book your appointment today. Produced by Dear Media

    Parenting Roundabout
    What We're Watching: Bridgerton “The Choice” and The Afterparty “Zoe”

    Parenting Roundabout

    Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 20:54


    On this week's entertainment-themed Round 2: The queen has planned a lavish wedding for Edwina and Anthony, so there's no stopping them now, right? Wrong! Also wrong: The queen's spy who thinks he has identified Lady Whistledown. Next: "Harmony."On The Afterparty, it's Zoe's turn to tell her story and she does so in an animated film starring Regular Zoe, Fun Zoe, Tiny Rage Zoe, and more. But we're still no closer to knowing who killed Xavier. Next: "Danner."

    Daily Pop
    Kourtney & Travis LEGALLY Married, Kylie Jenner Supports Travis - Daily Pop 05/16/22

    Daily Pop

    Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 42:06


    Kourtney Kardashian & Travis Barker are officially married, Kylie Jenner walks the Billboard Music Awards red carpet with Travis Scott and Machine Gun Kelly dedicates song to "wife" & "unborn child" at BBMAs 2022. Plus, Millie Bobby Brown reflects on her Stranger Things journey at the season 4 premiere and Bridgerton star Nicola Coughlan confirms season 3 will focus on Penelope & Colin's love story.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

    Post Reports
    Black in Time: The Gilded Age, Bridgerton & Beyond

    Post Reports

    Play Episode Listen Later May 15, 2022 11:48


    A few weeks ago, Martine Powers appeared on the Black culture podcast “For Colored Nerds” to discuss her love of period dramas and what does and doesn't work as these shows try to be more inclusive in their casting.To hear the rest of Martine's discussion with Eric Eddings and Brittany Luse, check out “For Colored Nerds” wherever you get your podcasts, and listen to the episode “Black in Time.”

    First Thing with Kevin Manno
    Friday, May 13th 2022

    First Thing with Kevin Manno

    Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 12:22


    Get informed. Quickly. Friday the 13th, Russian invasion of Ukraine, January 6th subpoenas, NBA playoffs, Rich Strike, Kelly Osbourne, Adele, New Music Friday, Spinal Tap, Bridgerton, Naomi Judd, baby formula, SIDS, Dolly Parton, Mega Millions & more...

    Probably a Podcast
    Dicked Down in the Desert

    Probably a Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 36:29


    Shannon is riding solo this week to tell you all about her and AG's Stagecoach shenanigans. Are you out here farting on planes? We really need to have a talk. Did someone ask for a Bridgerton update? Either way, here it is. Shannon is personally declaring her neighborhood a “No Blow Zone” (iykyk). From an almost missed flight to getting dicked down in the desert, hear about how it all went down in season 2 episode 7 of Probably a Podcast.