This week, Pallavi returns to the podcast as we stay on topic (as much as we can) about “adulting”, and transitioning from college to the real world, and strategies to help with that. Listen in to perhaps our most thought out episode and see what pieces of advice you can take away for yourself.
This week, I am joined by my friend Danny as we discuss the perils of drunk driving, he gives the listeners an audio tour of my room, and we discover what our patronuses would be if they were to exist.
This week, I am going it alone once more, and updating you listeners on a lot of personal projects. This episode features some content to be on the lookout for in the coming weeks, as well as using this very platform to try out some ideas I’ve been knocking about for a while.
This week, Danny and I continue our conversations from last week, only this time we’re a bit more serious. We talk about acting, his path of recovery, and make a bunch of references we hope the other person knows.
This week, I am joined by my good friend Danny as we discuss serious topics like drugs and alcohol, living situations, and how to start conversations. But we also keep it light with ridiculous topics such as weed whacker attacks, making fun of our friends, and trying to get sponsored by A&W.
This week, I sit down with… well, myself, as I recap a hectic past fortnight for myself and the entertainment industry. I share my views on the drama surrounding James Gunn, Roseanne Barr, Scarlett Johansson, and Josh Hader.
Episode 13 is now available! This week I am joined by my father, and we talk about my childhood versus his, the importance of education, the different lifestyles around the country, and also I get him to share one of his brilliant stories about working with Steve Jobs.
After a long week of work and productivity for the two of us, Brenda and I sit down and enjoy a game of Drunk, Stoned, or Stupid [A Party Game]. Listen and play along as we read off hilarious personality characteristics and quirks and reveal some silly truths about ourselves and our friends.
This week, my guest is Canadian-born Alison Chang. We discuss the differences between Canadian and American culture, our progress in the industry as actors, and driving tips for the busy cities of Los Angeles and Toronto. Also, Alison appears in the newest season of Gal Pals on Youtube, premiering June 20th. Catch up on all … Continue reading Episode 9: Michael Loves Anime and Kpop →
Confusing clickbait title aside, I’m joined once again with my dear friend Pallavi Srinivasan. This time we talk about dealing with stress, social media, and productivity… and yeah, that Pallavi doesn’t want to become the next Hitler.