Hey, hey, hey, he’s guil–ty! This week, the Neighbors cups runneth over with news, especially in the true-crime sector. First, Cosby found guilty on 3 counts and could serve 10-30 years in jail; then the capture of the Golden State Killer. We also break down the first two eps of Season 2 of the Handmaid’s Tale, and our usual helping of Real Housewives talk, including Kim’s rant on race–a real WTF moment. And to add some positivity, Margo talks about the Bowie exhibit at the Brooklyn Museum. Come on in and pull up a chair! We’ve got a lot to discuss!
Well, well, well, what have we here, Neighbors, a new episode where Erin & Margo breakdown The Real Housewives of Bev Hills, NYC, and even Potomac! Also discussed is the Lost in Space reboot on Netflix; Margo reflects on the Outsiders TV show, the Maylses’ doc Gimme Shelter, and Carrie Underwood’s new face (spoiler alert: it’s exactly like her old one). Erin recommends a book and two IG accounts worth checking out. Spring has finally sprung!
Spring is in the air–can ya feel it, neighbors? This week, Erin & Margo break down their recent trips (to London & Reno, respectively); Tony Robbins’s #notmetoo moment; Facts of Life’s sexual politics; Molly Ringwald on John Hughes through a modern lens; Netflix’s A Series of Unfortunate Events; and British theatre fire codes. You in?
This winter keeps creepin’ along and we are SO ready for Spring. How about you, Neighbors? At least we have our shows to keep us warm. Speaking of, the Bravo gods have blessed us with season 10 of Real Housewives of NYC! Thank the lord these crazy bitches are back! (#cartengacruiseorbust); Margo has good news about the Ball-Sweater and gets mansplained to–again! Erin reviews Yerma at the Amory and Trust on F/X. We’re cultured AF. Have a terrific week, Neighbors!
Halloooo, Neighbors! It almost feels like spring..sort of. This week, the neighbors convene to discuss the Roseanne reboot; Judd Apatow’s The Zen Diaries of Garry Shandling on HBO; Jamie Lee Curtis’s new activism; new Dr. Katz episodes on Audible; and the Best Worst Thing We Saw This Week. And of course, the mystery to end all mysteries—Who Bit Beyonce?! So many things for your eyes and ear-holes! Happy Passover & Happy Easter!
Fight the Power, Neighbors! This week, Erin & Margo breakdown a busy week filled with monumental events like the March for Our Lives around the country; a BitchSesh live show; the Netflix doc-series Wild,Wild Country (NOT Kingdom!); why the discussion about ‘are women funny’ just takes from me. Look out for that mercury in retrograde and have a great week!
Well, hey there, Neighbors! You picked a good week to drop by. Erin takes advantage of some downtime to catch up on some good (and bad) movies & TV; Margo keeps us abreast of any and all douche-bags with her D-Bag alert (Billy Bush, she’s looking’ at you!), finally sees The “Smell” of Water and some a new podcast rec; and Erin’s review of the updated Murder on the Orient Express. Looking forward to some spring, how ’bout you?
Better late than even later! Hey there, Neighbors! Welcome to this episode of BNP, where we discuss Coco, The Prestige–the book AND the movie; Baskets on F/X; Marg’s mom’s fave Stephen King movie adaptations; and the OJ Interview (just for you, Kim!). We round it out with a few podcast & Instagram recs. Here’s to a great week, everybody!
Welcome to December, Neighbors? If you were worried that some high-wattage perv wouldn’t be outed this week, fear not! This week, the neighbors discuss Matt Lauer, Garrison Keillor, Russell Simmons; Margo recommends some new podcasts, Erin talks THE DISASTER ARTIST & CALL ME BY YOUR NAME, & why you should know Calpernia Addams; Margo’s about to F*** that Movie; and we also get a listener movie recommendation (thanks, Angela!). Deck those halls, Neighbors!
Hey there, Neighbors! Sorry for the skipped episode last week–we tried but there were technical difficulties. This week, the neighbors have tons of podcast recommendations, discuss Netflix’s Mindhunter, the Spielberg doc on HBO, reminisce about classic TV movies of the ’80s, Erin talks of her trip to Seattle & the Emerald City Writers Conference, and Margo bids a fond farewell to the Tragically Hip’s Gord Downie. Here’s to a fabulous week!!