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Ladies First Presents DCTV SuperLadies

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Look, we like our superheroes. Deal with it.

Kori, Elizabeth, and Gretchen combine their powers to talk about the ladies of DCTV, namely the Arrowverse proper. Pull up a chair and take a listen if you like people waxing poetic about Iris West, Sara Lance, Kara Zor-El, and more.

Plus, we talk about which of the DCTV pilots we’re super excited for. See the pun there? Totally on purpose. We have zero shame.


Image courtesy of the CW

When not working on her degree or at her actual job, Elizabeth pursues her true passion of complaining at great length about pop culture on the internet. She serves as a Managing Editor for The Fandomentals. You can find her on Tumblr, Twitter and Steam @ohemgeelizabeth

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Looking back can keep us from moving forward

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Thad and Jeremiah discuss how nostalgia can be used as a crutch and stunt artistic and narrative impulses. They also discuss the myth of a monoculture as they try and differentiate between personal and cultural nostalgia.

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Ch-Ch-Cherry Bomb Podcast Part 2

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Julia and Kylie cry into their copies of A Feast for Crows in their attempts to finish processing the gut-wrenching break up between Cheryl and Larry.

Listen below, subscribe/listen on iTunes (the newest episode is updated in the app, even if not on the site yet), subscribe to our RSS feed, search for “Unabashed Book Snobbery” in any podcast app, or download an MP3 of this episode here (go to ‘show all’).

This episode’s saltarello is the girl next door.

Episode Breakdown:
  • 0:00 – Intro & fandom nicknames
  • 11:15 – 7×07 Recap “The Dragon and the Wolf”
  • 41:15 – Outside the Episodes
  • 51:00 – Cheryl and Larry’s relationship
  • 1:08:15 – The Cheryl that was promised?
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Hollywood Culture and the Weinstein Problem

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Jeremiah and Thad discuss the film industry, Weinstein, and how a culture of hiding abuse allowed stories like this to be swept under the rug for decades.

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L.A. Weekly/April Wolfe:

The New Yorker/Ronan Farrow:
New York Times:
Jodi Kantor, Megan Twohey, Susan Dominus, Jim Rutenberg, Steve Eder:
Jodi Kantor and Megan Twohey:
Vanity Fair/Sam Kashner:

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