Wow. Once again, it only took me half a year to get a new episode edited. Just in time for the end of 2016! This episode is so appropriate for several reasons: 1) I’ve spent more than half a year working on a project about Friends (1994-2004) in my PhD program and 2) It’s our 50th episode! The milestone deserved a celebration of What Did You Look Up on Wikipedia’s journey. If I keep up this pace, you can look forward to our 100th episode in another 3 years!
Elena joins me in the dimly-lit room of awesome as we discuss Battlestar Galactica, Twin Peaks, Hyenas, The Aristocats, and a little known film called The Shaft.
We are still looking for panelists for Geek Girl Con! Geek Girl Con is held October 11-12 in Seattle. The topic of our panel is THE INTERSECTION OF HUMOR AND FEMINISM (more creative title TBA), and we’re looking for panelists with diverse careers, interests, and artistic experience. If you’re interested in joining us, the panel proposal is due May 31, and we’re hoping to finalize our peoples by May 26. That way you guys can have input on the proposal too. Please email us if you’re interested or know someone who might be.
Why is the billboard outside of Sally’s apartment a girl in a bikini that blows milk bubbles out the butt? Tune in and find out!
People, it’s nothing like TV.
It started off with a discussion about one of the most notorious NC-17 movies and segued into how we are good life coaches.