I really tried to like this one. Came here because of my admiration for one of the actors. Listened for several episodes thinking that it would get better but nope. Couldn’t do it.
I cannot stand the main character or really understand how someone could be that stupid. There really isn’t a plot.
I’d suggest that if you’re interested, give the first episode a listen. It pretty much sets the tone for the series and does NOT get any better. If you like it, great! If not, walk away.
Sarah Hyland (Modern Family) and Harvey Guillén (What We Do In Shadows) have great comedic timing and bring this script to life. I don’t really like romcoms, but I do like wacky comedies, so I loved this. If you’re a fan of the writers other work (romcompods) you may or may not not like this new style of story. However, the production value was better and the story was much more entertaining than their previous work. The characters were a lot of fun and I wouldn’t mind if there was another story featuring them or at least the actors in similar roles. I would prefer more comedy podcasts in this style in general.
Give it a try, first pod you may be “what is this” but it is so funny and the actors are point on with their characters. It’s such a nice break from crime pods or interviews with the ultra rich😴
My adult grand daughter and daughter loves this pod, and I love this pod.
Beautiful writing, great voice acting, and again I say hilarious. It is like the movie Hangover only with female and drag queen leads and its audio. Encore, Encore!! I would love to hear more adventures between these two.
I typically listen to the news on my morning commute, but once a week I’ve been making an exception for BMB. It’s the perfect amount of zany ridiculous to distract you from the upcoming busy day, but not to the point where you’re rolling your eyes or groaning. The casting is perfect, the writing witty, and the pace fast. The drive flies by and I start my day amused!
What a disappointment this one has been. I really, really loved all of the other RCP series and was excited for a new one to come out. But the characters are all insufferable and I’m forcing myself to finish just to see if the predictions I made after the first episode come true (so far I’m right).
So I came across this podcast by accident the first time and continued to come back every since I heard the trailer. I must say it has been a great discovery. I love it so far and gives me something to look forward to in the weeks to come. Great entertainment storyline and writing. I feel like I can see the story play out like its right in front of me . Love It Love It Love it We Need More..!! VeryRealistic
I need more I love this so much and no this is not a fake review but my god I love this send me moreeeeeee! And Gabe omg I love him yes queen Gabe is my favorite I need to know his drag alters name so badly now!
Doubtful it’s redeemable - poor writing, stilted acting, thoroughly unlikable characters and ridiculous plot line (calling it a plot is a gift) - but we shall see. I will re-rate if it ends in a high note. But so far a waste of time.
I was a big fan of the first three seasons of this podcast, but I can barely listen to this one. I don’t like or root for the main character. It’s also unnecessarily gross. I wish you’d bring back some of the charm and lightheartedness of the show.
I love the concept for this podcast. It’s been fun to follow the story and I like that it comes in short snippets. I find the main character, Allie, pretty unlikable, but enjoy the other characters and where the story is headed!
Need I say more.
But I will. Think irreverent audiobook in bite sized pieces. Doable on a semi quick car ride. But also makes you wish the car ride was longer. Also why is no one talking about our narrator? I would kill to be their best friend. 😍 Great work, great art, lighthearted, nostalgic, yummy.
There’s a scene in Darren Aronofsky’s feature film debut PI, where the main character takes an electric drill, puts it against his temple and gives himself a lobotomy. Listening to this podcast, which is full of shrill voices and sickening clichéd dialog, I felt like picking up my own drill. The premise is good, the execution dismal. Avoid at all costs if you value your time.