It started as all our trips to the cinema do, but it ended so much differently. For the first time in the history of our humble podcast, we did NOT just see a movie. We intended to see The Girl On The Train, but a broken projector led us down a different path. We decided to do a podcast about it anyway.
In this episode we describe the thrilling, harrowing experience of what happens when a movie can’t play due to technical difficulties. The rest of it is a pretty free flowing discussion on a wide variety of topics, including (but not limited to): Benedict Cumberbatch’s American accent, the trailer for the new Jessica Chastain lobbyist thriller Miss Sloane, that one time we ran into Jessica Chastain on the subway, that one time Elizabeth ran into Dave Grohl at an Oasis concert, and finally (and somewhat bizarrely), our top five least favorite people in our neighborhood of Astoria, NY. Spoiler alert: the manager of this theater who yelled at us for using the “wrong” bathrooms makes the cut. (Note: here’s the link to the blog post we reference about our weird Duane Reade cashier).