For our final episode of the season, David’s precious niece and nephew, Jacob and Tillie, join us to shoot the ish about “Friends,” how COVID is affecting them in England, what it means to be annoying and more! | Jen and David turn the “what we learned” on each other; big up their neighborhoods; and give huge shout-outs to all guests. | Thanks for a great season, listeners!
Luke Middleton, owner of The Middleton Group, shoots the ish with us about real estate. We discuss anti-discrimination acts, best properties to invest in and the essential nature of his business during COVID. | David shares some good news, Jen puts Karen & Becky in Apartment 4E, and we dive into other topics that you don’t want to miss.
Xavier Ramey, CEO of social impact consulting firm Justice Informed, stops by to shoot the ish about how the United States operates on an opportunity and injustice model, socialism, and how Diversity Equity and Inclusion (DEI) strategies can help organizations improve communities. | Jen and David further discuss groundhog days, when to HEART iMessages and Nani’s favorite song.
Lindsay Bryan-Podvin joins us to shoot the ish about financial therapy and how it could help us all have a healthy emotional relationship to money. | Jen and David further discuss how much David is his mum’s child; COVID-19 cases in remote Amazonian communities; so-called American freedom fighters; and more.
Dr. Ricky Brathwaite joins us to discuss his role as CEO of the Bermuda Health Council during the COVID-19 crisis. | Then, Jen and David shoot the ish about how the pandemic is hitting communities of color the hardest; tree conservation; and pandas mating with no human lookey-loos.
Jay Roewe, SVP of Production at HBO, joins us to chat about how he sees the future of consuming content; what he values during this time of crisis; and how he has been an agent for diversity. | Jen & David waste 2 seconds on the sh*tty job Trump is doing. Jen learned how to flip an omelette. Also, David puts misleading memes in Apartment 4E. | Lastly, who knows what “the box” is in Roddy’s song? 🤔🤔🤔
We are still technically on a mid-season break, but The Rona broke us out of it temporarily. | We chat about how The Rona is affecting our towns - LA and NYC. | We spat about who’s to blame for poor response to the pandemic. | And Jen turned 36 in quarantine.
Identical twin sisters Lisa and Lindsay Estes join us to discuss their podcast “Your Haunted Holiday.” These two not only break down the histories of haunted locations in the U.S., but they share their personal story of seeing a ghost in real life! | The Brit wonders why scooters aren’t city-backed. Jen co-signs a theory that Marge Simpson is Creole. | And more, of course!
Just Jae & Ryann join us to discuss their podcast “Tell Me Another Lie.” We also get real about race and whether interracial friendships are real without convos about race. | Also, the Brit likes how positive Americans are. Jen learns more and more each day that she can’t deal with basic b*tches. | And duh - more!
YouTuber SAS Scales joins us to chat about her journey in recapping reality shows for the masses. | The Brit has a gripe with whoever only sells black & white printer ink; The minimum amount of space between cars also bugs him; and Jen shines a spotlight on British cops using the Dolly Parton challenge to catch suspects. | As usual, there’s more!
HBO Awards Manager Kevin Mahoney joins us to chat about his career, which includes a past life as a PA on The Maury Show. | And Jen and the Brit chat about dinosaurs, Rapper Stormzy showing off his slippers and more!
Cosmetologist and Educator Ms. Maryam joins us to discuss her journey into the industry of hair. | Jen and the Brit also chat about the complexities of politics and an eyebrow trend that should’ve been left in 2019. | And we debut a couple new games that we’ll play with each upcoming guest(s).
Season 2 is here! Welcome back! | Kai & Nila share their important kids’ points of view. | School House Rock is remembered as a staple in elementary education. | And drivers really need to stop using the phone while driving...as one of us was in a car accident. | This is the BLACK AND WHITE season. Stay tuned to know how we incorporate that theme into every episode. Cheers 🥂 !
Our season finale features the British Blenheim Palace missing a gold toilet called “America.” | The Brit gives us his gripes with American President Trump. | And Brentwood is being blessed with melanin - Gentrification in full effect. | And more!
Jen didn't know how much she would love British Dinky Deckers l The Brit introduces the world to another form of meditation - float tanks l And they decide to take on Dave Chappelle's "Sticks & Stones." | And more! Curb your feelings at the door, please.
The Brit & Jen discuss the HBO show “Years and Years” and its current relevance | American mass shootings continue to be a thing | And Apartment 4E is the black hole of all things you’re annoyed with | Take a listen!
It’s our 10th episode! | To celebrate, Jen and the Brit are in New York to record TOGETHER (not really to celebrate, just coincidence 🤷🏽♀️) | The Brit has a bone to pick with Americans’ phoniness | Jen has a bone to pick with Britain’s lack of trash cans | And there’s some lady making teddy bears out of chicken bones. Wtf?
The Brit is in Hungary reminiscing on how great summers in London are; Jen got to see her niece, Nila, enter a rite of passage - wearing the bonnet; and we discuss food deserts in America and how one church in Chicago is working to put an end to that...and more!
Jen gives props to the mostly British cast of HBO's "Chernobyl"; The Brit is ecstatic about the cultural practice of weekends with friends in America; And we both learn more about the indigenous peoples history in America.
We’re back from a hiatus! Jen salutes Liverpool’s 6th European Cup win; The Brit gives props to the Wright Brothers for their ingenuity of flight; and the COUNTRY of Georgia gives the Brit all the feels.
Will Jay Prince lead the British rap explosion in America? | Trainers get more love in America (specifically, LA) | The Brit gets none of the American slang while Jen uses logic to breakdown his British jargon. | And of course, there’s more!