After what feels like forever, but was really seven months, we are back! Unfortunately, life got in the way at the tail end of last year and the beginning of this one, so we had to take a personal leave of absence. But now we’re back with a missing episode!
Back in November it turned out we were missing episode 9. Something went wrong with the recording, and more than half of it was just gone. So, now we’ve gone back and re-recorded that episode for you!
Episode 9 “And Now, Sitting In For Ted Baxter” exposes the truth about why Ted never takes vacation: he knows he sucks at his job and doesn’t want to be replaced. What should be a teaching moment for him just seems to reinforce his more negative traits, but we’re along for the ride to dig into it.
Along the way we touch on tokenism – in our cases both as women and as Jewish people – poorly-chosen comments from the Editor-in-Chief of the Atlantic, abortion bans, and what happens when only men are allowed in the room. There’s a lot to chew on this week, so tune in and enjoy!
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