To start with, I'm not really much of a Scarlett Johansson fan (I don't dislike her, but I don't have any particularly strong feelings about her, positive or negative), but I am a fan of Luke Milton and his other podcasts ("The Book Was Better" and the "Fruitless Pursuits" podcast). This one is somewhat unusual compared to the others and compared to the typical model for podcasts in that it is a solo effort. So you don't get banter and jokey conversations; instead, each episode you get what is essentially a humorous essay that happens to take as its subject a film that Scarlett Johansson appeared in. This can be a tricky thing to pull off, but I think Luke has done it, and has brought both humor and insight to the films he's covered, while quite deliberately avoiding the sort of leering that one might presume a podcast with this premise would indulge in. The podcast is still in its early days as I write this, and it will be interesting to see how it develops as we get to the point in Johansson's career where she becomes a full-fledged star, but I'm certainly on board for the journey.