1987 American romantic drama film directed by Emile Ardolino
Got those post-Thanksgiving break blues? "Kick" off the holiday stretch run with a new episode of Movie Matchup! Casie and Grace salsa their way through 1987's DIRTY DANCING and 1992's STRICTLY BALLROOM, a pair of films about love on the dance floor. Come for the film chat, stay for the twirly dresses and weekends in the Catskills!
Jennifer Grey says we can expect SOME of the characters from the original Dirty Dancing to return to the sequel. What was her unusual name in Dirty Dancing that NOBODY puts in a corner?
Jennifer Grey, star of classic 80's films like "Dirty Dancing", "Ferris Bueller's Day Off" and "Red Dawn", joins Donny for an in-depth conversation about her life and career. Donny and Jennifer discuss a variety of topics including Jennifer's perspective on how the topic of abortion in "Dirty Dancing" compares to today, her past work with Patrick Swayze, and her experience writing her memoir. Plus, Jennifer touches on her perspective on beauty standards for women and why she decided to undergo rhinoplasty surgery. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
James Cameron had some words about Leo's audition for the Titanic. Dirty Dancing star Jennifer Grey looks UNRECOGNIZABLE transforming into cult leader Gwen Shamblin and we posted the pictures! Grant is in for Holly with a Dirt Alert!
We are sitting down with Harvey, and he is doing his very own 104 80s Movies tournament. Check out this episode to see what he think is the best movie from the 80s movie. If you want to do your own tournament, please contact us, and we will set it up. Here are all the movies in the tournament: TOP GUN (1986)Harlem Nights (1989)DIRTY DANCING (1987)CADDYSHACK (1980)THE LOST BOYS (1987)BACK TO THE FUTURE (1985)Coming to America (1988)E.T. THE EXTRA-TERRESTRIAL (1982)Wall Street 1987GHOSTBUSTERS (1984)REVENGE OF THE NERDS (1984)STAR WARS: EPISODE V -- THE EMPIRE STRIKES BACK (1980)SPACEBALLS (1987)SIXTEEN CANDLES (1984)THE LAND BEFORE TIME (1988)THE SHINING (1980)ST. ELMO'S FIRE (1985)RAGING BULL (1980)LABYRINTH (1986)RAIDERS OF THE LOST ARK (1981)DEAD POETS SOCIETY (1989)DO THE RIGHT THING (1989)COMMANDO (1985)THE PRINCESS BRIDE (1987)FIELD OF DREAMS (1989)THE THING (1982)THE NAKED GUN (1988)DIE HARD (1988)THE KARATE KID (1984)THE TERMINATOR (1984)police academy (1984)BLADE RUNNER (1982)less than zero (1987)RAISING ARIZONA (1987)TOOTSIE (1982)EVIL DEAD 2 (1987)THE RETURN OF THE LIVING DEAD (1985)AIRPLANE! (1980)WHEN HARRY MET SALLY... (1989)PREDATOR (1987)TIME BANDITS (1981)STAND BY ME (1986)LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS (1986)SAY ANYTHING... (1989)THE LITTLE MERMAID (1989)THE GOONIES (1985)PURPLE RAIN (1984)PLANES, TRAINS AND AUTOMOBILES (1987)WARGAMES (1983)SHORT CIRCUIT (1986)DRAGONSLAYER (1981)THE NEVERENDING STORY (1984)STEEL MAGNOLIAS (1989)BEVERLY HILLS COP (1984)FRIDAY THE 13TH (1980)THE BREAKFAST CLUB (1985)A FISH CALLED WANDA (1988)FERRIS BUELLER'S DAY OFF (1986)FOOTLOOSE (1984)HEATHERS (1989)Breakin' (1984)A CHRISTMAS STORY (1983)INDIANA JONES AND THE TEMPLE OF DOOM (1984)RISKY BUSINESS (1983)Rain Man (1988)A NIGHTMARE ON ELM STREET (1984)REAL GENIUS (1985)ROBOCOP (1987)BIG (1988)BEETLEJUICE (1988)BILL & TED'S EXCELLENT ADVENTURE (1989)THIS IS SPINAL TAP (1984)THE COLOR PURPLE (1985)THE BLUES BROTHERS (1980)WEIRD SCIENCE (1985)GREMLINS (1984)TRON (1982)DESPERATELY SEEKING SUSAN (1985)TO LIVE AND DIE IN L.A. (1985)STAR WARS: EPISODE VI -- RETURN OF THE JEDI (1983)MYSTIC PIZZA (1988)FULL METAL JACKET (1987)PRETTY IN PINK (1986)BATMAN (1989)the last dragon (1985)TRADING PLACES (1983)FAST TIMES AT RIDGEMONT HIGH (1982)NATIONAL LAMPOON'S Christmas VACATION (1989)ESCAPE FROM NEW YORK (1981)PLATOON (1986)THE UNTOUCHABLES (1987)MAD MAX 2 (1981)REPO MAN (1984)AFTER HOURS (1985)BROADCAST NEWS (1987)WHO FRAMED ROGER RABBIT (1988)THEY LIVE (1988)VALLEY GIRL (1983)SID & NANCY (1986)INDIANA JONES AND THE LAST CRUSADE (1989)LETHAL WEAPON (1987)SCARFACE (1983)POLTERGEIST (1982)BIG TROUBLE IN LITTLE CHINA (1986) --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/mass-debaters/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/mass-debaters/support
De JUANES, CHRIS BROWN, PRESLEY, BILLY IDOL, MANZANERO a ELTON JOHN, T-PAIN, JERRY LEE LEWIS, MIRIAM MAKEBA ("PATA PATA"),SARA MONTIEL, WENDY,... De AQUA("BARBIE GIRL"), MONKEES, a LOS TEEN TOPS, BILLO'S ("EL DIS. CO RAYAO"). SONORA MATANCERA, CHUCHO SANOJA ("LA MODA SACO"), RICHIE RAY ("RICHIE'S JALA JALA"),... Recordando el "FRISBEE", "ATRACCION FATAL", "UN HOMBRE Y UNA MUJER", "DIRTY DANCING", "EL SEÑOR PRESIDENTE", CARDENALES DE SAN LUIS, MUHAMMAD ALI, "LA FIESTA INOLVIDABLE", CANTINFLAS,... Y MUCHO MAS! DE COLECCION! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/genteenambiente/support
Episode Eighty-Two. The guys had the time of their lives... checking out Dirty Dancing (1987) for the first time ever with special guest, Caesar Evangelista. For this week's Double Feature, the guys put on their casting hats and reveal who they would cast as Johnny Castle and Baby Houseman in 2022. They also debate if a potential 2024 Dirty Dancing project should be a remake or a true sequel to the 1987 classic. After a quick break, the guys hand out their Weekly Reel Awards and Guess the Rotten Tomatoes Score.What is your favorite dancing movie? Email us your comments/feedback at firstname.lastname@example.org. Follow The Weekly Reel Podcast on Instagram (@weeklyreel) and TikTok (@weeklyreelpod).Guest: Caesar Evangelista (@caesarevangelista)Co-host: Ken Arceo (@free_ken_a)Co-host: Jeremy Pulumbarit (@jp_flicks) / Watch The End of Yesterday (Short Film) on YouTubeSocial Media: Andrea Pilapil (@andreajpilapil) / Linktree / PatreonMusic: Cameron Penaflorida (@bamsaidcam)
A coffin drop in a gas station? You better believe it. Gareth Morgan presents the 10 Craziest Places Wrestlers Have Hit Their Finisher...ENJOY!Follow us on Twitter:@GMorgan04@WhatCultureWWEFor more awesome content, check out: whatculture.com/wwe Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Dirty Dancing… a 1987 romantic drama dance film. The setting is 1963. It's the story of ‘Baby' Frances Houseman played by Jennifer Grey… a young woman on her way to a vacation resort with her parents Jack and Marjorie Houseman… Jerry Orbach and Kelly Bishop. While at this resort Baby is immediately awestruck by Johnny Castle, the resident dance instructor and all around hunk played by Patrick Swayze. Dirty Dancing is the timeless story of Baby and Johnny Castle, two people from different worlds, different lives, who collide in one fantastic romance at this vacation resort. Dirty Dancing is one of the all-time great films, it was one of the highest grossing films of the year, it was the number one video rental in 1988. It was the first FILM to sell more than a million copies on video. I've Had the Time of My Life won an Academy Award, a Golden Globe Award and a Grammy Award.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
My guest today has packed a helluva lot into her 43 years. Dawn O'Porter started her career in TV production, before finding her way in front of the camera to host a series of attention-grabbing documentaries on everything from polygamy to Dirty Dancing. By the time she hit her 30s, like many women, Dawn was moving faster and faster to stand still. By the time she was married (to the actor Chris O'Dowd) with the first of her two sons, running a vintage fashion label and the refugee charity now known as Choose Love - AND writing books - she realised something had to give!In this case, that was Dawn herself. She is now a full-time author of eight books including the Richard and Judy pick So Lucky and her latest, Cat Lady - a funny and frank look at the boxes we squeeze ourselves into to try to fit other people's expectations.Dawn joined me from her home in LA to discuss the cats-in-the-bedroom conundrum, what she learnt from launching and losing a business, why the need to be liked is exhausting and how ageing helped her recognise her own value. We also talked Botox, whether perimenopause makes you smell strange and why she'll never stop advocating for kaftans! Hankering after a Cat Lady jumper like Dawn's? Visit Joanieclothing.com.* You can buy all the books mentioned in this podcast at Bookshop.org, including Cat Lady by Dawn O'Porter and the book that inspired this podcast, The Shift: how I lost and found myself after 40 - and you can too, by me!* And if you'd like to support the work that goes into making this podcast and get a weekly newsletter plus loads more content including transcripts of the podcast, please consider joining The Shift community. Find out more at https://steadyhq.com/en/theshift/• The Shift (on life after 40) with Sam Baker is created and hosted by Sam Baker and edited by Emily Sandford. If you enjoyed this podcast, please rate/review/follow as it really does help other people find us. And let me know what you think on twitter @sambaker or instagram @theothersambaker. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
For our fourth episode, we're wrapping up October with the final SPOOOOOKY episode, AND we're doing something different.Usually, we're explicitly covering movies through their audio commentaries, but we're also very much a physical media podcast. Accordingly, I invited the great Deanna Rooney ("MST3K") to discuss the disc for a film from her childhood: 1987's "The Gate"!So many things will be revealed, not the least of which confessions of adolescent pyromania, the cool kind of Minions, recording movies off HBO, and the bizarre connection between young Stephen Dorff and Linda Hunt (hint: it involves "Dune").What are you waiting for? Press play now!Ryan's Recommendations: "Dirty Dancing", "The Untouchables", and "Moonstruck" (1987 all)For exclusive bonus content and early releases of every episode, join our Patreon and become an Official Minder: http://www.patreon.com/onetrackmindpodcastTheme Music by: Bildschirm (bildschirm.bandcamp.com). Artwork by: Lacie Barker. The clips featured in this podcast were for critical review and parody, which are protected under the Fair Use laws of the United States Copyright Act of 1976. All rights are reserved and acknowledged.Support the show
Episode Notes This week, we watch the 1987 classic Dirty Dancing. Also discussed: 00:34:32 Smile 00:36:52 Hellraiser (2022) 00:43:10 Edward Scissorhands 00:45:12 Possession (1981) 00:46:41 Rush Hour 00:51:01 House of the Dragon (spoilers) 00:54:40 Andor Follow us on Twitter https://twitter.com/VagueZone Find out more at https://vague-zone.pinecast.co
On this Episode of Purposely Curious we finally come back after more than 2 months off to discuss what we are currently watching on Television. In the last episode I stated I had never watched Dirty Dancing and so I rented it and we talk about my thoughts on the movie. We also talk about the most talked about Netflix series to date, Monster The Jeffrey Dahmer Story. instagram.com/mary.escobarr instagram.com/purposelycurious
Good morning! Carolyn's awkward moment in the parking garage today. Brighter Side!The Mega Millions jackpot drawing is almost $500 Million tomorrow!Jack's upcoming vacation stress. Carolyn's "Dirty Dancing" experience on a plane!
Well, our only excuse is that we started out hangry and it all went awry from there. So, if you've been asking yourself, “when are these crabs gonna get a little filthy?” Well then, do we have the episode for you. Traversing all aspects of snacks - the food-based, the not-so-food-based, but all-edible mix of tasty items from cheese to oysters to Tommy Lee, The Edge, Sam Elliott, Swayze, Cruise and even a Lemonhead. Pick your poison, we're likely all about ‘bout it.Also – anyone else hella stoked and thanking the Amazon gods there's a 2023 remake of Road House starring Jake Gyllenhaal on deck?
Well Justin...had...the time of his life. And was able to record the 30th anniversary of this classic with Jana and Meghan (our better halves). You will NOT want to miss this one. We definitely put Lambert in the corner. Editing by: Danny Boy Productions Royalty Free Music: "8 Bit Win!" By HeatleyBros youtu.be/vX1xq4Ud2z8 --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/nerdisthenewcool/support
In the Season 5 finalé of The Happy Vagina podcast we are joined by the actress and New York Times best selling author, Jennifer Grey who shares her deepest feelings on being misunderstood as a young starlet and how she fought to remain out of the corner and find a deep sustainable confidence. Just like her memoir, this episode is a coming-of-age story for women of every age, and will empower you to find your truth.Jennifer Grey is best known for her iconic portrayal of Baby in the beloved film classic Dirty Dancing, which earned her a Golden Globe nomination for Best Actress, and for her breakout role, as Matthew Broderick's sister in John Hughes's Ferris Bueller's Day Off. Her numerous film, television, and theater credits span decades. More recently, she starred in the acclaimed series Red Oaksand won season eleven of Dancing with the Stars. Grey is currently teaming up with Lionsgate as executive producer and to star in the long-awaited Dirty Dancing sequel. This episode is brought to you by Artah Nutrition. Artah offers targeted supplements and transformative nutrition programmes to help you achieve optimal health. Their incredible products are practitioner strength, sustainably sourced, free from harmful additives and fillers, and use only the best quality ingredients to ensure you achieve results. The range addresses all aspects of our wellbeing, from hormone balance, metabolism and gut health, to immunity, sleep, energy and skin. Right now, they're offering my podcast community 20% off. Just go to www.artah.co and use the code THEHAPPYV to get a discount and start looking and feeling your best. The Happy Vagina podcast is produced by Pineapple Audio Production and in association with AllBright, the leading career network for women. Got a mission, a five-year plan or an outrageous dream? AllBright will have your back. Visit AllBright to join their free community today or download the AllBright app. ALLBRIGHT - A GLOBAL SISTERHOOD FOR AMBITIOUS WOMEN. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Multi-Hyphenate Sara Fazilat reveals her love for #Batman, all-things Cheese – and Dirty Dancing! Check out our latest fun-filled podcast episode of Short Take with the prolific producer/actor/writer. #sarafazilat #nico_der_film #1000zeilen #actor #writer #producer #tvseries #featurefilm #shorttake #podcast #germanfilms #interview #kinogermanynow #germanfilmoffice #facetoface
SPOILER ALERT! If you haven't seen Armageddon we are about to ruin the ending for you! We talk about our biggest cries as kids and our favorite movies growing up. My Girl, The Good Son, Casper, and Angels In The Outfield...just to name a few. Also, who let us watch Dirty Dancing at such a young age?! Like for real. The 90's had a real moment where the main character was a baby. Is it really necessary for these children's movies to be so traumatic? P.S. we may or may not get into a heated debate about Mrs. Doubtfire.
Randall Kenneth Jones is an author, keynote speaker, comic actor, communications pro and host of the popular Jones.Show podcast. His literary journey began with his 2016 book, a celebrity interview-infused, feel-good opus entitled “Show Me: Celebrities, Business Tycoons, Rock Stars, Journalists, Humanitarians, Attack Bunnies & More!” His first fiction book, RUBY, was released on 9/23/22 and published by Mark Victor Hansen of CHICKEN SOUP FOR THE SOUL fame. A playful mystery, defined by the author as “more of a ‘who is she' than a whodunnit,” RUBY follows an appealing cast of mature characters who not only rediscover and reinvent themselves but reshape our view of the words “holiday spirit” in the process. In the words of pop culture icon Erin Brockovich, “[RUBY] evokes memories of “The Golden Girls,” “Harry Potter,” and even “Peyton Place” — everybody seems to be up to something—yet [Jones] stays true to his ongoing quest to look for the best in people. He shines in his ability to simultaneously embrace the laughter and tears while deftly peeling back the layers to expose the inner truth. And though Randy never preaches to the reader from a literary pulpit, RUBY has much to teach about the ageless art of being human.” For more information, visit www.RubyBook.info JONES.SHOW is a weekly podcast featuring host Randall Kenneth Jones (author, speaker & creative communications consultant) and Susan C. Bennett (the original voice of Siri). This week's guest hosts, Kevin and Steph Mason, have ventured into a new phase of their lives as authors, speakers, and podcasters. The podcast “Tell Us a Good Story” gives them an opportunity to share their crazy experiences from their 17+ years of marriage, plus swap some behind-the-scenes stories with guests who have a good story to tell. Visit www.kevinandsteph.com JONES.SHOW is produced and edited by Kevin Randall Jones. JONES.SHOW Online: Join us in the Jones.Show Lounge on Facebook. Twitter (Randy): https://twitter.com/randallkjones Instagram (Randy): https://www.instagram.com/randallkennethjones/ Facebook (Randy): https://www.facebook.com/mindzoo/ Web: RandallKennethJones.com Follow Randy on Clubhouse Twitter (Susan): https://twitter.com/SiriouslySusan Instagram (Susan): https://www.instagram.com/siriouslysusan/ Facebook (Susan): https://www.facebook.com/siriouslysusan/ Web: SusanCBennett.com Follow Susan on Clubhouse LinkedIn (Kevin): https://www.linkedin.com/in/kevin-randall-jones/ Web: KevinRandallJones.com www.Jones.Show
Like The Breakfast Club & Dirty Dancing? C'mon man! Why Dolphins head coach Mike McDaniel is thriving. Mariners are white-knuckling it down the stretch. A reporter covering the hurricane used what for a mic cover? And our definitive list of the top 5 underrated sandwiches.
We have our first guest movie pick this week. Sara is back to talk about her pick, Dirty Dancing starring Patrick Swayze and Jennifer Grey. It's a dance/romance movie from 1987 that did pretty well when it came out. Mike's movie choice is the 1994 action/fantasy film, The Crow starring Brandon Lee. It's a comic book movie from before comic book movies were "cool". This film seems to target a specific audience and, like Dirty Dancing, also has a great soundtrack. We briefly talk about a few other movies that we've watched in the past 2 weeks at the top of the show and as always, we pick 2 more movies for next time at the end. Thanks for tuning in and let us know how you feel about these picks if you want! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/distortedminds/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/distortedminds/support
Nobody puts Baby in a corner. And nobody stops improviser/clown Meg Cheng from professing her love for DIRTY DANCING (1987) starring, you guessed it, Patrick Swayze and Jennifer Grey. Who knew the stars hated each other in real life! Thank lord Joe does his research. Episode Links: Joe's Patreon Mr. Owl's Website
Yvette's conversation with Franke Previte reviews the makings of a great songwriter. Franke is known for, among many other accolades, winning an Oscar as a songwriter of "I've Had the Time of My Life" from Dirty Dancing. In the 80s, he was the lead singer of Franke and the Knockouts with the hit “Sweetheart." You can see Franke's work as a producer of the Taylor Simon King show at the Knauer Performing Arts Center in West Chester, Pennsylvania. DATE: Saturday, October 8, 2022 TIME: 7:30 PM TICKETS: $49 in advance, $54 day of show VENUE: Uptown! Knauer Performing Arts Center 226 N. High Street West Chester, PA 19380 MORE INFO: https://secure.uptownwestchester.org/3097/3099
A fun episode with our guest and friend, Allynn SimonsALLYNN SIMONS - is an NYC based freelance casting director who has the pleasure of casting for TV/Film, commercials, theater and print. She holds a B.A. in Musical Theater with a minor in dance from Point Park University. While in school, Allynn was chosen to dance in original pieces choreographed by Kiesha LaLama and Kiki Lucas, just to name a few. Before settling in New York City, Allynn taught dance and musical theater all over Pennsylvania and New Jersey and still teaches numerous classes all over NYC. She is also a regular faculty member of QUEST Intensive; a prestigious in-studio dance experience that brings the industry to the studio. She is excited to be teaching for numerous dance conventions all over the U.S.A. and enjoys mentoring students who are looking to pursue a degree in the arts. Some of her favorite casting credits include : the North American premier of Dirty Dancing, The Mansion which premiered at Sundance and an OLD NAVY campaign that featured Amy Poehler. She grew up in the dance competition community and loves seeing young artists flourish. Currently, Allynn is writing, directing and filming a movie short about the societal expectations of women which will hit the film festivals next season. The future of the arts is in the hands of the next generation, so let's cultivate it!Follow us on Facebook: JAM Joe and Michelle's Dance PodcastFollow us on Instagram: jam_dance_podcastEmail us: email@example.comThank you Jam Fam for listening!
Diane and Sean discuss the Attack of the Clones of the High School Musical cinemaverse, High School Musical 2. Episode music is, "What Time Is It?" written by Matthew Gerrard, Robbie Nevil and performed by Zac Efron, Vanessa Hudgens, Ashley Tisdale, Lucas Grabeel, Corbin Bleu, Monique Coleman from the OST.- Our theme song is by Brushy One String- Artwork by Marlaine LePage- Why Do We Own This DVD? Merch available at Teepublic- Follow the show on social media:- IG: @whydoweownthisdvd- Twitter: @whydoweownthis1- Follow Sean's Plants on IG: @lookitmahplantsSupport the show
Once upon a time there was a corner. In that corner was Johnny Castle. Why was Johnny in that corner? Because nobody puts Baby Houseman there! That's right, we're dancing all dirty-like as we grab Patrick Swayze and Abigail Breslin and spin them around the floor like we just buffered it clean. While 'Dirty Dancing' may be a classic piece of nostalgia, the made for TV film may just be a piece of something else. Turn up that amazing soundtrack and pull out your authentic, autographed Jennifer Grey cardboard standup and let's dance like there's no tomorrow. This show may just be the reason that you've had the time of your life.... or it may be why you'll never look at Fred Armisen and Eleanor Bergstein the same way again. Join us and the other listeners at our Discord here! You can follow us at our home on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. If you'd like to join the guys in chatting about new remakes coming out, recipes for smoking meat, video games or even just cute pictures of kittens, click the Discord logo!
In this episode, we go after the ending of 1987's classic Dirty Dancing! We also go spoiler-free into our thoughts on Amazon's new Lord of the Rings series, and we talk about the Last 5 Movies We Watched! Plus, we give our latest recommendations!
Required Watching is back!! Watch or listen week as we go through movies from around the world and see what we can take away from the film. This week, Dirty Dancing. Connect with the Show: Instagram: @RequiredWatch Twitter: @RequiredWatch Email: Requiredwatch@gmail.com Connect with us: Instagram: @TrayEpps @DannyTaverner Twitter: @TrayEpps @DannyTaverner --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/requiredwatching/message
Patrick Swayze was an American actor, dancer and singer known for playing lead roles, particularly as romantic, tough and comedic characters. His appearances in iconic films like The Outsiders, Ghost and, most famously, Dirty Dancing made him a huge star in his relatively short life. #WikiSleep #Sleep #Swayze #DirtyDancing #MentalHealth
There are basically two categories for novelist Elyssa Friedland's work: Jewy and super-Jewy. Friedland has a new book out this week, “The Most Likely Club,” but many listeners will know her from two, very Jewy, earlier works, “Last Summer at the Golden Hotel” and "The Floating Feldmans.” Friedland has written two other novels and is looking forward to the publication of her first children's book soon. Today, in addition to working on her own books, Friedland teaches novel writing at her alma mater, Yale University. She's also a Columbia Law School grad and once upon a time worked as an associate at a major law firm before turning to writing full-time. Her new novel, “The Most Likely Club,” has some of her trademark Jewish flavor in the characters, but weaves together the stories of four women, high school best friends, who are reunited for their 25th high school reunion. Friedland spoke with The Times of Israel for our weekly Times Will Tell podcast, a week before the publication of "The Most Likely Club." The following transcript has been very lightly edited. The Times of Israel: Elyssa, thank you so much for joining me today. Where am I finding you? Elyssa Friedland: You are finding me on Long Island in New York. So we came together, of course, to speak about your newest book, "The Most Likely Club," but also about some of your other great books that, coincidentally actually, I read four out of five of your novels without even knowing that they were written by you, aside from the last one, of course, which I asked for. Wow, that's very flattering. I'm very happy to hear that. You might be the only person other than my mother to do that. You can say that I'm your number one fan, but not in a "Misery" kind of way. I just really enjoyed your work, and I just would read the synopsis of a novel, buy it, read it, and say, this sounds somewhat familiar in tone to another book that I really enjoyed and read. And then I looked up and thought, yeah, same author -- again and again. It was just really kind of coincidental and strange, but fantastic. Well, I'm very happy to hear that. I do think I have a voice that carries through from book to book. So I do try, of course, to vary the plots, create new characters, always keep it interesting for myself, not only for the reader to have something new, but for me. I'm the one who has to be with it a lot longer than the reader does while I'm writing it. And so I do try to always come up with very new ideas, but I think my voice is my voice, so I'm not surprised that there are echoes of it in all the books. So for me personally, I kind of divide your works into extremely, very Jewy and medium Jewy. In the very Jewy category, we have, of course, "Last summer at the Golden Hotel" and "The Floating Feldmans." In the medium Jewy category I would put your newest novel, "The Most Likely Club," which comes out September 6, and then "Love and Miscommunication." Now, the one novel I didn't read, where would that fit in the Jewy or very Jewy spectrum? I would say, "The Intermission," the one you did not read is definitely medium- to low-Jewy. So you haven't missed out on any super Jewy. So let's just very briefly speak about the plot behind "The Most Likely Club." Give us a couple of sentences. What is this book about? "The Most Likely Club" is about four women that were very close friends in high school, and they are reunited. Three of the four of them reunite at their 25th high school reunion and one of them is unable to make it, she says, because of work obligations, and being back together on campus where they went to school. Seeing their former classmates just filled them with all the usual angsty feelings. And they really take a moment to take stock of their lives where they are 25 years out of high school and think about, is this where they wanted to be? Is this where they thought they would end up? After a sort of boozy night of reminiscing and remembering who they once were, they decide to try to make their high school superlative come true. Their "most likely" in the yearbook. And they embark on this plan to actualize some of their dreams from when they were teenagers. And as you can imagine, when you're in your mid-40s, it's difficult to make that kind of life change. And so we follow these women as they try to right the ship of their lives, but of course are met with all sorts of obstacles. And then the fourth friend who is not able to make it to the reunion, of course she folds into the story, and we learn some big surprises about her. And it's really just the story of what it's like to reach middle age, look back and take stock of where you are and really take time to think about if this is where you want to be and when is it too late to make a change. Not only do I know what you're talking about, I live what you're talking about. I realized suddenly when I was reading this book that my high school union will be 30 years in the spring. So, yes, I fully grasped all the different dramas and concerns of each of these women, and it really felt like they were all in me or I was all in them. And when you were writing these characters, did you feel that yourself? That you were splintering off different concerns and challenges of your life as a working mother, wife and professional and putting it into these four different women. Definitely. I mean, when I think about it -- I won't bore your listeners with going into each character -- exactly how I'm similar to them, but for sure there are some that I'm more similar to than others. I would say I'm not a doctor, obviously, I'm a writer. But the doctor character in the book is probably the one that I relate to the most in my day-to-day life, because she and her husband are both working professionals and they have three children, just like me and my husband. We have three children and I definitely still do the lion's share of the child -- I wouldn't necessarily say, like, child raising, I think we share that. But I certainly do the lion's share of the camp forms, the health forms, the dentist visits, the selection of camp and after-schools. I could go on and on. And I know many women who are listening to this can relate to that. And so in her life, Priya the character is named in the book, is really similar to mine. She's really overwhelmed. She doesn't quite understand why it has to be this way, like why her husband, who works basically in the same job, they work at the same hospital, is sort of let off scotch free and he can go out for a run while she's buried and, like, uploading the COVID vaccine cards, essentially. And she just doesn't have a free second to herself. Sometimes when she thinks about what she'd want to do with her free time, she can't even figure it out because she hasn't had free time in so long. And so she's a character that I really relate to in my day-to-day life. Although it was fun making her a doctor because it did still let me escape a little bit because I don't even know that much about the medical profession and I had to research that and it kind of let me have a little bit of distance from her. So I didn't pour every single detail of my life. If she had been a writer, that probably would have been a bit too much. So I have a lot in common with her. But the other women, too, there one character really fixated on her weight. And I'm definitely someone who if I had a reunion coming up, I would try some crash diet and I could see myself getting really obsessed with how I look when I'm going back to school, which is, of course, not the ideal way to be spending your time and your energy. And then the other women as well. There's a very powerful CEO. I'm not her, but she's just someone I don't know if I relate to her as much as I just think about women like that. And the double standard that is applied to women in positions of power and how unfair it is. Like the Hillary Clintons of the world who are just the more ambitious they are, the more maligned they are. So, yeah, I have bits and pieces of myself and all the women and things I see from my friends and just from the headlines that interests me. I just found myself nodding, laughing and wanting to cry with some of the situations. And we won't spoil it because it's definitely worth reading. I just want to mention that while it may sit in the chick-lit category, it is so deep in its message and it so hit home to me as a working mother of seven. It is no question that all of these concerns that especially the Priya character has, every woman I know in our situation of working and having children is facing this mental load challenge. Now, that's turned to the "Last Summer at the Golden Hotel," which is actually, can I say this, referred to in "The Most Likely Club." I loved that. So tell us briefly, what is this book about? That book is about a hotel in the Catskills, very much like the hotel in "Dirty Dancing," if you can picture Kellermans. I know that's a movie that basically everyone with a pulse has seen. So it's about a hotel that was once the place to see and be seen, a thriving enterprise. But it's set in modern times and it's really on its last leg and needs a lot of refurbishment. Isn't attracting guests the way it used to. It's co-owned by two Jewish families, of which there are now three generations of each family, the Goldmans and the Winegolds. And one member of the Winegold family runs the hotel on a day-to-day basis. And he receives an offer from a casino operator who wants to buy the hotel, tear it down and put a casino up in his place, which is what happens at the Concord Resort, which is one of the greats in the area. And he calls a family meeting at the hotel and reluctantly, the three generations make their way back to campus. I guess I like a lot of back to campus because that's also the case in "The Most Likely Club." And so these three generations come back to the hotel and we learn what's going on in all of their lives. They all have full lives outside of the hotel and so we get slivers of their lives and the complications and the issues they're facing and then how those issues affect what they want to do with the hotel, if they want to sell it or if they want to try to revive it. And in some ways it's really an intergenerational story because the grandchildren who are in their 20s have a lot of ideas about how to make the hotel hip and cool and attract millennials and attract people who are living their lives on social media. And of course, the grandparents, the founder generation, can't really make heads or tails of some of these bizarre suggestions like let's make our own honey and have beehives, let's have all vegan food options, let's have goat yoga, et cetera, et cetera. So as I'm sure you can understand, they have very different ideas of what to do with the hotel. But for everyone, it's an important part of their legacy. And so it's really an emotional decision that has to be made. So I won't give away the ending. Don't give away the ending because I was actually surprised by the ending! But both in this book and in "The Floating Feldmans," it's really a tale of several generations getting together and what ensues right in these little microcosms. "The Floating Feldmans" on a cruise. And you are so good at writing the different voices of the different generations. Talk to me about how you capture the voice of an 80-year-old versus how you capture the voice of a 20-something-year-old. First of all, thank you for saying that. I definitely work hard at it. If I had to say why I am good at that, it's probably that I just have a really good ear when I'm out in the world. First of all, I live in New York City. So living in New York City, just going down the block, you are just constantly surrounded by people of all different ages, genders, and backgrounds. I could imagine if I had a more rural existence and I worked from home in a quiet town and went for a walk and maybe saw one person in an hour, it might be a very different experience. Whereas if I go to buy milk in Manhattan, I'm just surrounded by voices. And so I felt really lucky because I have exposure to a wide range of voices just when I walk down my block. And I think that because I am just a curious person and I'm always listening, I am able to absorb the intonation the verbiage, the mannerism. I look around and I listen. And that I think it helps me channel people that are in a different stage of life than I'm in. And so I just feel really grateful. I credit New York City with my ability to channel these voices that are very different than my own because otherwise, I don't know where else I could say that I get it from because yes, do I know older people? Sure. I have parents, I have in-laws. Do I know people in their twenties? I do teach at the college level, but the truth is, I'm in the classroom with them. I'm doing most of the talking for two hours, and I leave. So I don't think it comes from that. I think it really comes from just living in a bustling place and having a good ear. As you mentioned, you do teach. So is this something that you would give as a tip to your students? I mean, not everyone can have the luxury of getting to live in New York City, and not everybody wants to. And for some people, from a writing perspective, that would be a terrible place to live because it's so full of distraction. And there's the Ralph Waldo Emerson version of writing, which is you got to go and tuck yourself in a cabin and have quiet. And so there are certainly many people who wouldn't get a stitch of work done if they lived in such a bustling place and would like to be off the grid. So I don't know that I would necessarily give that advice, but I would say maybe just see what you're good at. And if you feel like it's a really big stretch for you and it's not coming across as convincing to write like an 82-year-old man, don't write an 82-year-old man. Write the person that you feel comfortable writing, that you feel comfortable channeling. And maybe that's someone that's very similar to you. Maybe that's someone that you knew once upon a time. Very closely in life or you have some experience with. But you can tell. I think. If it's a massive struggle to channel someone else's voice. If it's very integral to the story. I would just make it my business to at least find someone. One or two people who can an authenticity read. If you're writing an 82-year-old man, find an 82-year-old man and have them read it and correct it. I mean, when I was first starting out, even just writing a male voice, my husband would read my work and he would say, "No man would say that." He can't speak for all men, but he can maybe speak for a majority of men or at least tell me that something didn't ring true to him personally. And then it was up to me to decide what to do with that. But I don't think there's any reason why someone shouldn't reach out and have someone read the work. For this book, "The Most Likely Club," my publisher hired people to read the book, to read the characters for an authenticity read, because there's an Asian character, there is a bisexual character, there's an Indian character. I am none of those things. And so they have these authenticity reads done, and I'm so grateful for that someone who says, "That's really not the way it works in an Indian family," or, "That's not the way I would phrase it." And I really get my publisher a lot of credit because they said to me, "You don't have to take any of this. This is for you to absorb and decide what you want to do." If there was something very offensive, they would want me to do something about it. But it was up to me, and I took basically almost everything because I just want to sound as authentic as humanly possible. It's interesting that you talk about wanting to sound authentic in these niche identities of the Indian or the bisexual, et cetera, et cetera, because at the same time, while they do to me at least sound authentic, definitely your Jewish voice sounds authentic. But it's always very universal stories that you're writing, too. Well, I think that's really true because we're all still people and we all still feel the same things. Of course you want to be factually correct: The only Indian food you know is the kind served in a restaurant, and that's never something that is served in an Indian home? That's not great. But does an Indian 16-year-old girl feel self-conscious in high school? Yeah. So do the Asian girl and the black girl and the white girl and the Jewish girl. Feeling self-conscious when you're 16 in high school is about as universal as it gets. Being middle-aged and thinking, "Oh, my God, how did I end up here? And is this what I want out of life again?" It's a privilege to be able to take the time to even think about that. And I do want to acknowledge that not everyone has the luxury of making the changes they want to make. But I would say if given the time and the space to think about it -- these women are 43. If you ask any 43-year-old, "Take an hour of quiet and think about where you are in your life, is there anything you want to change? I'm pretty sure they'd be able to come up with a couple of things. No matter what they look like or what their background is. Who has an hour, though, right? Let's talk about how Judaism plays a role in your writing. None of the characters are especially observant or religious Jews, but they are so steeped in the culture. Even in the least Jewy books that we identified, there's such striking cultural Judaism. So how is Judaism playing a role in your writing? I think that it's because it just plays such a big role in my own life that it filters over onto the page. I am not observant, but I'm just very culturally Jewish, as comes across in my books. I went to a Jewish day school. I go to synagogue on the major holidays. We celebrate Shabbat in our home, even if we're not observing it in a religious way. But we like candles, we eat challa, we have a Shabbat dinner. And this is the world I know. It's also, like, the humor I know. My grandparents were immigrants. Even my parents were immigrants from Europe. They were born after the war, and they came here from Eastern Europe. And so that's literally the humor that I grew up with, this sort of very Borsh belt, eastern European Jewish humor, and it's just who I am. I feel like I've just been steeped in Jewish culture from a very early age. And I grew up in a Jewish town. I went to Jewish camp. I could go on and on and on. So I feel like my Judaism is just a really big part of who I am. And so then it ends up becoming a natural part of my writing. Even when I don't set out to write the Jewish book, I end up incorporating some of it because I think I just like it and I feel comfortable. It's the opposite of needing the authenticity reads. Here is where I'm in my milieu, I know what I'm talking about. And that feels good because writing is really hard. And then when I can write about something that I feel like I know, first of all, I feel like I can push boundaries more because I feel more comfortable and I could just be more creative and find even more humor because I'm not first trying to learn about it and then write about it. I already know it. So it's a comfortable space for me to be in as a writer, so I find myself returning to it. Have you ever had any kind of antisemitic blowback because of this? Zero. Absolutely zero. And I love saying that. It's honest to God truth. And I've talked about this in previous interviews, but when "Last Summer at the Golden Hotel" came out, in May 2021, it happened to be the same month that there was a lot of media coverage about the rise in antisemitism, and the statistics were staggering about the antisemitic attacks that were happening across the globe. Up some crazy percentage, like up 100%, something really, really horrifying. And my book came out and it was received with the warmest embrace by so many non-Jewish readers. Most of my readers aren't Jewish. And I could just tell you, go on my Instagram, look at the comments, and it was like 1000 comments of, "I didn't know anything about Jewish culture. This is the first book I've read where I've learned a lot about Jewish identity and Jewish culture. And I'm fascinated." It was one positive thing after another after another after another, and it was a great reminder of,, yes, there are bad people doing crazy things, but most people don't hate Jews, and most people are very excited to read and learn about Jewish culture in the way that I love. And the book sold well enough and was distributed widely enough that I can honestly say that it means something that I never came across a single antisemitic reaction. That's really heartening. I wonder about this next novel's reception because it is basically about the inner lives of women of a certain age, my age essentially, and there's not a lot of empathy for that in American society. There's, of course, the Karen Meme. There's all sorts of things of that nature where we women can't have it all, women want to have it all, but suck it up and move on. Are you worried at all about this kind of reception? Yeah, I would say I am a bit worried about that. That people just are sick of what they would call whining. Enough. But I wasn't so worried that I wasn't going to write it because I feel like I'm living it and I lead a very privileged life, and yet I still feel like I can't take it. Like I'm losing it as a working mom, and I'm trying and I'm just coming apart at the seams. And if I feel it, I can only imagine people who don't have as much privilege and the luxuries that I have in my life. And so I know that I write from a place of privilege, I'm aware how much worse it is for people who don't have the resources to have a babysitter and not have to worry about every doctor bill that comes in. I have mostly female readers. And so it will be interesting. I think that people's responses are going to be very personal. It's going to strike a chord either very positively or negatively. People are going to have very strong reactions to the book, and I have to be prepared for that. All right, I'm reminding our listeners that we're about a week and a bit ahead of the publication of this newest book. So by the time they hear it, everything will be fine. It will be published. The world will embrace it, I feel sure, having read it just recently. And really such a pleasure reading your work -- as coincidentally as it has been. And I will, of course, follow you more intentionally from here on out. So really such a pleasure speaking with you. Thank you. And thank you so much for having me. It was very fun to discuss my books with you. Times Will Tell podcasts are available for download on iTunes, TuneIn, Pocket Casts, Stitcher, PlayerFM or wherever you get your podcasts. IMAGE: Novelist Elyssa Friedland with her new book, 'The Most Likely Club.' (Courtesy)See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
It's time to have the time of your life on a brand new live-audience episode of Go Fact Yourself!Drew Carey is no stranger to the world of game shows. In 2007 he became Bob Barkers' successor as host of “The Price is Right.” He'll tell us the special advice Bob gave him when he took over, and explain why he doesn't expect to match the 50-year tenure of his predecessor. You can also hear Drew's “Friday Night Freakout” weekly on Stevie Van Zandt's Sirius XM channel “Little Steven's Underground Garage.”Yesika Salgado is a poet and activist, whose work has been featured in many publications. She also has a strong presence on social media. She'll explain why she refers to her fans as “mangos” instead of “followers.” Plus, she'll tell us about the secret science (and lack thereof) behind slam poetry.This episode was produced in conjunction with KPCC and recorded live at the Crawford Family Forum in Pasadena.Our guests will compete to answer trivia about dirty dancing to garage rock.What's the Difference: Home plateWhat's the difference between ceramic plates and porcelain plates?What's the difference between a “plate appearance” and an “at-bat” in baseball?Areas of Expertise:Drew: The movie The Producers, garage band rock, and Cleveland.Yesika: The movie Dirty Dancing, the show “Sex in the City,” and Catholocism.Appearing in this episode:J. Keith van StraatenHelen HongDrew CareyYesika SalgadoWith guest experts:Miranda Garrison, starred as Mrs. Pressman and worked as an assistant choreographer on Dirty Dancing.Don Caverhill, rock musician, composer and producer – and original member of The Kingsmen.Go Fact Yourself was devised and is produced by Jim Newman and J. Keith van Straaten, in collaboration with Maximum Fun. Theme Song by Jonathan Green.Maximum Fun's Senior Producer is Laura Swisher.Associate Producer and Editor is Julian Burrell.Seeing our upcoming live show in LA by YOU!
On this episode of Daly Notes, we journey back to 1987 to talk about to classic films! The first film, Adam hasn't ever watched before until now - Dirty Dancing! Then we all must get to the Choppa, when we discuss - Predator! Daly Notes is hosted by Adam Daly and is a part of the AlmostSideways family. Find AlmostSideways everywhere! Website almostsideways.com Facebook https://www.facebook.com/AlmostSidewayscom-130953353614569/ AlmostSideways Twitter: @almostsideways Terry's Twitter: @almostsideterry Zach's Twitter: @pro_zach36 Adam's Twitter: @adamsideways iTunes https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/almostsideways-podcast/id1270959022 Spotify https://open.spotify.com/show/7oVcx7Y9U2Bj2dhTECzZ4m Stitcher https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/almost-sideways-movie-podcast YouTube https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCfEoLqGyjn9M5Mr8umWiktA/featured?view_as=subscriber
This episode is a Special Rebroadcast of my first podcast episode from March 2021 featuring “Cousin Brucie” Morrow, America's most famous rock and roll radio personality of all time. He has dominated the airways since the 1960s on AM radio, then FM radio, then Sirius/XM, and now back to AM radio again. He was at the front lines of Beatlemania and the British Invasion, and he introduced The Beatles at Shea Stadium in 1965 in the world's most famous concert. He's won numerous awards and been in several movies including Dirty Dancing.My featured song in this episode is “I Wanna Be Your Girl”. Spotify link here.—-----------------------------------Brucie and I discuss: Tom JonesThe Beatles and the British Invasion eraShea StadiumHis early goal to become a doctorAM to FM to Sirius/XM back to AMThe Four Seasons Cousin Brucie theme songBrucie's advice to dreamers If you enjoyed the show, please Subscribe, Rate, and Review. Just click Here. “All Of The Time” is Robert's new single by his band Project Grand Slam. It's a playful, whimsical love song. It's light and airy and exudes the happiness and joy of being in love. The reviewers agree. Melody Maker gives it 5 Stars and calls it “Pure bliss…An intimate sound with abundant melodic riches!”. Pop Icon also gives it 5 Stars and calls it “Ecstasy…One of the best all-around bands working today!”. And Mob York City says simply “Excellence…A band in full command of their powers!” Watch the video here. You can stream “All Of The Time” on Spotify, Apple, Amazon or any of the other streaming platforms. And you can download it here. “The Shakespeare Concert” is the latest album by Robert's band, Project Grand Slam. It's been praised by famous musicians including Mark Farner of Grand Funk Railroad, Jim Peterik of the Ides Of March, Joey Dee of Peppermint Twist fame, legendary guitarist Elliott Randall, and celebrated British composer Sarah Class. The music reviewers have called it “Perfection!”, “5 Stars!”, “Thrilling!”, and “A Masterpiece!”. The album can be streamed on Spotify, Apple and all the other streaming services. You can watch the Highlight Reel HERE. And you can purchase a digital download or autographed CD of the album HERE. “The Fall Of Winter” is Robert's single in collaboration with legendary rocker Jim Peterik of the Ides Of March and formerly with Survivor. Also featuring renowned guitarist Elliott Randall (Steely Dan/Doobie Brothers) and keyboard ace Tony Carey (Joe Cocker/Eric Burden). “A triumph!” (The Indie Source). “Flexes Real Rock Muscle!” (Celebrity Zone). Stream it on Spotify or Apple. Watch the lyric video here. Download it here. Robert's “Follow Your Dream Handbook” is an Amazon #1 Bestseller. It's a combination memoir of his unique musical journey and a step by step how-to follow and succeed at your dream. Available on Amazon and wherever books are sold. Get your Complimentary DREAM ROADMAP with Robert's 5 steps to pursue and succeed at YOUR dream. Just click here: https://www.followyourdreampodcast.com/DreamRoadmap Connect with the Follow Your Dream Podcast:WebsiteFacebookLinkedInEmail RobertYouTube Listen to the Follow Your Dream Podcast on these podcast platforms:CastBoxSpotifyApple Follow Robert's band, Project Grand Slam, and his music:WebsiteInstagramPGS StoreYouTubeFacebookSpotify MusicApple MusicEmail
"Nobody puts Baby in a corner." For Episode 228, we conclude our Summer movie series by talking about Dirty Dancing. Listen as we discuss how this little film became one of the biggest hits of the 1980s. Contact Us: Facebook: @cinenation Instagram: @cinenationpodcast Twitter: @CineNationPod TikTok: @cinenation Letterboxd: CineNation Podcast E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
The time has come, it's been 35 years in the making. Dirty Dancing review has arrived! I know I'm excited as well. Thanks to our friend Grace from @film_overload_ for once again Gracing us with her presence. See what I did there. Two of us love this movie and I hope you do too! Let us know. We are trying out a new format so let us know how you like it. Like subscribe and leave us a review. 5 stars makes us feel fabulous!You can find more witty commentary on all our favorite movies at Two Chicks Talkin FlicksEmail email@example.comTwitter @2chicksNFlicks Instagram @twochickstalkinflickshttps://linktr.ee/Twochickstalkinflickshttps://www.buzzsprout.com/1326058
"I'm scared of everything. I'm scared of what I saw, I'm scared of what I did, of who I am, and most of all I'm scared of walking out of this room and never feeling the rest of my whole life the way I feel when I'm with you.”DIRTY DANCING turns 35 this year, so we're having difficult conversations about Johnny Castle and Frances "Baby" Houseman's relationship, dissecting what makes Swayze such a hunky leading man, and praising the groundbreaking abortion subplot that was decades ahead of its time. As an added bonus, Momma Colangelo makes a little cameo appearance!--------Become a Patron! www.patreon.com/thisendsatprom---------Find the Show on Twitter & Instagram: @ThisEndsAtPromBJ Colangelo —Twitter & Instagram: @BJColangeloHarmony Colangelo — Twitter & Instagram: @Veloci_trap_tor----------Logo Design: Haley Doodles @HaleyDoodleDoTheme Song: The Sonder Bombs 'Title': https://thesonderbombs.bandcamp.com/
Rachel Bilson and Melinda Clarke are joined by Script Supervisor turned Director, Kellie Cyrus. Kellie worked as a Script Supervisor on The OC from the beginning and is now directing iconic tv shows like "You", "Vampire Diaries", and "The Flash." The trio will be discussing S3 Ep 3, “The End of Innocence.” In addition to breaking down the episode, Kellie gives us some great never before heard behind-the-scenes tidbits from season 1 to season 3! Mindy talks about pronunciations and how "on the nose," it is for her character, Julie. The ladies also discuss Dirty Dancing, their first concert and Kellie gives us the scoop on the job of a Script Supervisor. The End of Innocence synopsis: Following their expulsion from Harbor High, Ryan and Marissa are told by Julie and Sandy to stay away from each other. Dean Hess is now going after Seth and Summer by forcing them to work with Taylor on the school musical. Meanwhile, Caleb's will is read, Jimmy makes a difficult decision and Kirsten finally returns home to Sandy, leaving behind Charlotte who starts to show her true colors. Leave the OC, Bitches a message: https://www.speakpipe.com/ocbitches Please support our sponsors: Take action today for a healthier tomorrow with Everlywell. Their at-home lab tests and vitamins and supplements can help you get the knowledge and support you need, so you can become a healthier you. Go to https://www.everlywell.com/oc to get 20% off your next at-home lab test. Article has launched their new line of Outdoor products for Summer ‘22. Think oversized statement loungers, streamlined dining pieces, and easy-to-style sofas for all your backyard needs. With 42 new pieces, plus a selection of best-sellers from seasons past, Article has what you need to outfit the deck of your dreams this summer. Go to https://www.article.com/oc to receive $50 dollars off your first purchase of $100 or more. Follow @rachelbilson and @themelindaclarke on Instagram See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.