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Back from a booze break. We date the show a little bit by talking about Justin Timberlake's latest switcheroo and Fergie's fun rendition of America's theme song. Charles offers a hot take on Bruno Mars, starting a discussion about the nature of modern media. We kind of get into an argument about theater? It turns out we're arguing completely different points. We were drunk.
Mylène got way too comfortable during the break and is fully reclined for the rest of the interview. I also turn away from the mic a lot to pour drinks. We continue talking about our mentality when it comes to performance. We also talk about what stagnation can lead to. At the end, I completely misinterpret a very simple question.
Part 2 with Merissa start of with some bathroom talk, but is mostly about relationships. We talk about different personality dynamics, growing up as the oldest sibling, and how we deal with conflict in romantic situations. I’m kind of a hypocrite in this area, but we talk about how to give and receive advice and when it’s appropriate to do so. In a bit of a tangent I say a bunch of stuff about language I refuse to fact check.We also talk about some shortcomings in communication we both have. There’s just a lot of different things being talked about
The first of four minisodes with Merissa. I tell the story of how Diva came into my life. I don't know why I never thought about minisodes before.
With possibly the longest pre-show conversation to date, it’s Merissa! Merissa’s a vocalist friend of mine, so you can probably guess what we talk about. At least at first. We very quickly get into the fear of failure, rejection, and not being supported. Merissa talks about her personal mission to make people feel good and we consider where that comes from. “Podcasting as therapy” should be a thing