So much is happening in this episode. We mostly focus on the Cleveland journey in this bit, which means we get Marianne getting super sick and almost dying and Willoughby showing up for some reason. You’ll get to hear a lot more of my thoughts on Willoughby as well.
Oh, the drama! So much is happening in this episode, we talk a lot about all the juicy gossip going around, Willoughby’s new marriage, and how I feel about Fanny. It’s a whole lot of fun and we’re really getting to the juice of it.
The Jane Austen obsession will never end, obviously. We’re currently enjoying all the drama as it’s slowly unfolding for us.
So like… Edward, whose hair is in the ring? Things start getting juicy in this episode and Jane Austen is always ready to lead us astray on who we actually care about. It’s going to be a fun one, I promise.
More Sense and Sensibility and discussing mannerisms from the 1800s with really no experience of that time frame. It’s an interesting time, to be honest. If you know more than us about the time, let us know on Instagram! We want all that good insight.
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We are officially talking about this very messed-up movie. They got the rated R approval and they used it, that’s for sure.
We’re officially at the end of our discussion for 1984! Can you believe it? This episode deals a lot with dissociation and torture, so please be aware of that going in. This is kind of a rough chapter and we’ll be there to talk you through it the whole time. Overall, I didn’t super love…
Today, we’re going all-in on roasting Winston and George Orwell’s writing. So, get ready for that. While it’s very fun, I think that it’s very much deserved. We honestly have some problems with Orwell’s writing of women and how messed up Winston is as a person.
Another round of just straight-up dragging on George Orwell for his writing of female characters for like ten minutes straight. I think you all will like it though, it’s a fun time. Also, Winston is just such a trash bag, I do not get it. 1984 as a whole, has a lot of trigger warnings,…