Ever notice how it’s mostly women being accused of “being unruly on set”? We did. Outtake from Episode 29.
Trust me when I say that you don’t want to miss this one.
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We lay some truth on you about soap operas. Outtake from Episode 29.
We’ve got a long way to go, baby. Outtake from Episode 29.
A fitting title to our 29th episode because our series is almost as old as we are (in web episode years, of course). If you haven’t watched Arrested Development, all of its episodes are on Netflix, but you can also just jump cold turkey into this episode of What Did You Look Up on Wikipedia?. We make no apologies for its confusing hellscape of monk wigs, “nude” shirts, corn dogs and glitter painted tank tops. Watch as we discuss Ketchup, Corndogs, Mrs. Doubtfire, Arrested Development and why Charles Dickens puts the dick in Dickensian.
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First, a general update. We recently uploaded Episode 28, The Laverne and Shirley Episode and it is as excellently CHEESY (emphasis on the cheese) as you would imagine. On Monday, we’ll upload Episode 29, Arrested Development themed. Here’s a brief preview:
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Somewhere along the line, Kristin and Sally figured out that they were Laverne and Shirley.
Think about it: one’s blonde, the other’s brunette. One’s brassy, the other’s more demure. They have adventures and cause trouble and drink a lot of beer. Sure, the show takes place in Milwaukee, but who can tell one large Midwestern city from another, am I right?!
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Because my sister just sent me this mug:
I thought it would be appropriate to take this Throwback Thursday as an opportunity to repost Episode 11, in which she guest hosts with much shorter-haired Kristin, the episode where I first learned about The Bristol Stool Chart.
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