Melissa & Olivia question whether or not they are smart. Which maybe means they aren't?
Melissa and Olivia talk about what it means when celebrities make money off their wounds and the intentions behind oversharing on the internet. They also go into the nuances of being an abolitionist a ...
Melissa & Olivia try to justify their love of melodramatic television & also are in complete denial about their traumatic childhoods.
Melissa & Olivia talk about what could have been.
Olivia & Melissa ponder Instagram script font, barnhouse lifestyle bloggers, women who dream of pumpkin patches, and embroidered towels.
As in, media. Not food. Media is our food. We feed on the faux-intimate lives of people we do not know.
M & O are back, chatting about whether or not they have personalities & what it means to exist inside of a society fueled by consumerism & class warfare :)
Meli & Oli chat about Twitter, accountability, & what it means to be cancelled while working towards restorative justice.
Melissa & Olivia talk extensively about the lives & work of Angela Davis, Ruth Wilson Gilmore, and Mariame Kaba.
Melissa & Olivia answer the five most common questions when talking about abolishing the police & prison.
We talk to Melissa's mom about falling in love with running after her divorce & how, committing to something for three months & then moving onto the next challenge, makes it your boyfriend.
O & M talk Normal People and performative sex.
Melissa & Olivia talk about The Self and what becomes of it.
Melissa & Olivia have a little chat about whether they have hope themselves, the world, and the people inside it.
Melissa & Olivia recount what it is they do every single fucking day.
so we just talked shit.
Olivia & Melissa interview Jill Gatwood AKA Olivia's mom who, yes, she still calls mommy. Old habits die hard. She's an epidemiologist so she knows a lot of stuff that's valuable right now.
Melissa and Olivia answer the questions that started this podcast in the first place: the questions they never want to answer but keep getting asked. But this time, they answer them beautifully and re ...
Melissa & Olivia chat about inheriting a green thumb & letting it bloom in the quarantine, as well as why romantic comedies are, perhaps, the most reliable genre of art throughout history.
Melissa interviews Olivia about the fact that she was already social distancing & Olivia asks Melissa about her tumultuous relationship with Lizzy.
Olivia asks Melissa about her hometown (her mother's kitchen) and Melissa asks Olivia about her's (a desert filled with rusty refrigerators).
Melissa & Olivia interview an Australian they met at Sundance, who is on a journey across America for the first time.
SEASON 2 STARTS NOW. Melissa & Olivia see each other for the first time in sixteen years - Olivia asks Melissa about the critically not-acclaimed novel American Dirt & the whiteness of the publishing ...
Melissa & Olivia chat with Shamir, a musician/icon based out of Philly, who had a taste of arenas and the world of mass produced pop music & chose his mental health instead.
Sadie Dupuis, poet, multi-instrumentalist, and lead vocalist of Speedy Ortiz, stops by the pod to talk to Olivia & Melissa about starting NO MUSIC FOR ICE, an initiative to keep music out of the hands ...
Olivia & Melissa talk to Frankie Hutchinson of Discwoman, one of the co-founders of a talent agency for electronic music. They also talk about how much they loved Carmen Maria Machado's new book, Meli ...
Olivia & Melissa read out spooky stories from listeners, one of which involves a cursed succulent. But maybe all succulents are cursed? Edited, mastered and scored by Natasha Jacobs.
Olivia & Melissa chat with writer, Liz Pelly, who dives deep into the exploitation of artists by streaming platforms, the appropriation of the "house show" through venues like SoFar Sounds, & how we c ...
Melissa & Olivia interview each other about their favorite movies & read aloud listeners spooky stories with an even spookier score.
Olivia & Melissa tell the spooky stories of their life. Send yours to email@example.com & they will read them out loud.
Becca Kauffman stops by SAY MORE to chat about her performative persona, Jennifer Vanilla, what it means to "be yourself", and her new single, ERASE THE TIME, on her EP J.E.N.N.I.F.E.R.
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