It's the end of season 4! And to send it off is a super-trippy (and weirdly racist) episode of Buffy The Vampire Slayer! Jos and Liesl recap what they've been up to - and it's been a lot! (Spoiler alert: People in the midwest drink milk for refreshment)
Shit gets real sisterly as Seawitchling brings her fashionista sister to talk about what is probably the worst Buffy (The Vampire Slayer) episode to watch as a first viewing. Either way, the sisters overshare in the most delighful ways, which is only matched by Lieslweapon's excessive support of ageplay. It's 2018. y'all.
Jos doesn't even know who Yoko Ono is, so the title is lost on her. However, this ep is full of testesterone and male aggression. However, it is also a fun and ridiculous romp. Check it out!
Shit gets real when Oz comes back into town and he finds out there's another person warming the seat that used to be his at Willow's Heart Station. Buckle up, kids, it's going to be a bumpy ride!
Liesl is sick so Jos has permission to be the host of this episode. It's all about sex, so things may not go as well as you think.
Liesl and Jos take this opportunity to talk about how awesome, amazing, and glorious Jonathan is. This whole show would kind of benefit from being renamed "Jonathan - The Amazing Be-er."
'Tis the season to gift you all with an overly long episode to get you pumped for Christmas! The scoobies are joined by a relative Buffy noob, Kara Gallardo to pick apart this classic Freaky Friday situation of Buffy and Faith swapping bodies. Antics ensue!
Lil' Douche is back! The scooby gang is on red alert with the return of the murderous slayer, Faith. Will Willow wear a weird hat? Definitely. Will Faith say her dumb catch phrase? You betcha. Will Liesl and Jos like this episode? Listen and find out, ya turkey!
LIVE from the mobile unit of Crazy Couch Studios, Jos and Liesl report to you from deep inside of Oakland (California) with special guest Doe Taryn to cover all the ins and outs of the coulda-been-great "Goodbye Iowa." The scoobies discuss being a lesbian in the 90's, not being mature in the 90's, and whether there's an apostrophe before the "s" in 90's.
Liesl and Jos found time in between dates to pump out this episode just for your listening pleasure. Luckily, it's an episode all about how people you're dating can end up being weirdly obedient commandos who's boss is a murderous taskmaster who may want you dead. So it's a pretty relatable situation. Enjoy!
Liesl and Jos wouldn't recommend watching this episode of Buffy (The Vampire Slayer) but they WOULD recommend listening to this episode because it's very funny and they are very talented.
Sunnydale is in danger of being the site of the END OF THE WORLD....again. But this time it's actually pretty scary. Jos and Liesl get into why this episode works and why you shouldn't skip it. Also they talk about vomiting, as usual.
This is it! It's the moment of truth as Jos experiences the crown jewel of the entire Buffy (The Vampire Slayer) series. Will Jos consider this a pop....or a flop?
Jos and Liesl may have watched this episode while drinking beer and doing....stuff. Marvel in wonder as Jos relives the previous night through flashbacks and false memories.
This is a Thanksgiving episode so Jos and Liesl eat obnoxiously into the mic and dance around problematic dilemmas about the responsibility of the white man for stealing all Native American land. Oh, and they talk about pie.
Jos and Liesl munch their way through a new episode of Spike escaping from the new threat in Sunnydale....THE INITIATIVE.
Werewoofs do it dirty. Oz puts his wolfy dick where it doesn't belong and now the whole scooby gang is pissed.
Ever wonder what "Poltergeist" would be like without the budget? This episode is bad.
This is a bad episode of Buffy (The Vampire Slayer) and those involved should be ashamed. That said, Liesl truly enjoyed this and so a fight to the death ensues. Both parties were sober for this.
The Scrappy Gang has to stop a woman from being murdered by an obsessive middle-aged man who can...detach parts of his body? Angel is a weird show, yo.