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Episodes

“Lizards Are So Funny” – Episode 25

8/8/2018
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Alex and Liv review “Sorry to Bother You” and recommend “Lost City of Z,” the latest season of OITNB, “Patrick Melrose” and knowing who Cary Grant is.

Duration:00:56:27

“You Gotta Hurry The Eff Up With It!” — Episode 24

7/23/2018
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Liv & Alex are back to put on their tinfoil hats and talk about why “Sicario: Day of the Soldado” hit a little too close to home.

Duration:01:00:18

"I Thought This Was A Horror Movie" - Ep. 23

7/12/2018
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Alex and Liv talk shows to watch on vacation and review “Last Man on Earth,” “Set it Up,” “Hereditary,” “Incredibles 2” & “Ocean’s 8.” Also included: a manifesto on James Corden’s career trajectory & fun facts about Anne Hathaway’s husband.

Duration:01:01:08

“Go Have Fun!” - Episode 22

6/1/2018
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Description: Liv and Alex are back to formula in this week’s episode. They’ll talk about the upcoming summer movie season and two of this year’s biggest openers, “Solo: A Star Wars Story” and “Deadpool 2.” They’ll recap some TV they’ve watched in the past few weeks, “Last Man on Earth” and “Dear White People,” and another edition of Internet Junk Drawer!

Duration:01:08:03

A Conversation With Daisy The Great - Episode 21

5/25/2018
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Front-girls & founders Kelley Nicole Dugan and Mina Walker of Brooklyn band Daisy the Great join Alex and Liv to talk music, movies and process to promote their new single “Company.” Follow Daisy the Great - IG: @Daisythegreatband / Twitter: @Daisythegreat_ and check out their tunes wherever you get music. Follow us at @ARidiculousPod / @Aluxshan / @Liviosah & don’t forget to rate, review & subscribe!

Duration:01:02:16

The Movies that Made Us (part 2) - episode 20

5/8/2018
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Inspired by the #FilmStruck4 challenge floating around on Twitter, Alex and Liv dive deep into the early 2000s & beyond to discuss their tween/teen movie obsessions. A two-part conversation that will have you scrambling to the library to rent DVDs! Also a learn a little more about Liv and Alex and how they came to be the weirdos they are today.

Duration:01:03:00

The Movies that Made Us (part 1) - episode 19

5/8/2018
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Inspired by the #FilmStruck4 challenge floating around on Twitter, Alex and Liv dive deep into the early 2000s & beyond to discuss their tween/teen movie obsessions. A two-part conversation that will have you scrambling to the library to rent DVDs! Also a learn a little more about Liv and Alex and how they came to be the weirdos they are today.

Duration:00:59:16

“She’s A Fking Powerhouse.” - Episode 18

4/16/2018
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This week, Liv & Alex saw “The Quiet Place” and strongly advise audiences not to eat popcorn during this movie. They’ll talk behind-the-scenes stories, the conversation around deaf actors in film, and share some creature theories. Then, Liv wants to fight “The Simpsons” after their weak-ass response to the Apu controversy and Alex reviews stand up sets from Mike Birbiglia and Chris Gethard. And in the Internet Junk Drawer, Alex shares a little known fact about “The Office” while Liv puts...

Duration:01:11:13

“Four Corner Babysitter” – Episode 17

4/9/2018
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Listen as Alex and Liv chat mostly TV stuff this week. Liv talks Netflix teen dramedies “Everything Sucks,” “End of the F***cking World” and “On My Block.” Alex reviews “Barry,” “The Zen Diaries of Garry Shandling” and movie “Don’t Think Twice.” The gals wonder if growing up *ahem* not rich *ahem* is the reason why they know more about classic television than other millennials.

Duration:01:10:37

“An Amazingly Weird And Wonderful Show.” - Episode 16

4/2/2018
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Alex and Liv FINALLY watched ALL of “Atlanta.” Literally all of it. And surprise: it’s good. Like, really good. They discuss why surrealism is necessary to properly illustrate the black experience, and the challenges of being a woman and/or person of color trying to create content in the entertainment industry. Then, Alex recounts her magical and strange experience at the Chris Gethard Show, the king of alt comedy. Plus, an investigation into who the fuck bit Beyoncé.

Duration:01:10:29

“Y’all, There’s A Shape Of Water Dildo.” - Episode 13

3/9/2018
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The Oscar’s happened! Though nothing will top the clusterfuck that is “La La Land” vs. “Moonligh” last year, Liv and Alex break down the major categories, snubs, and winners. Alex’s stan Guillermo del Toro enjoyed a well-deserved evening, and Liv has nothing but respect for HER president, Jordan Peele. They also talk about inclusion riders, Michael B. Jordan’s Twitter, and mourn on behalf of the double nominated costume designer who not only lost the Oscar, but also a jet ski.

Duration:01:18:06

“Something About A Pussycat.” - Episode 12

2/23/2018
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Alex and Liv are still riding that “Black Panther” high, but don’t worry, no spoilers this week. While they give everyone a chance to take a trip to Wakanda, they talk about going to Chris Rock’s “Tamborine” taping and John Mulaney’s “Kid Gorgeous” tour. Plus, Liv finally finished “Black Mirror” and is wondering what personhood is. Then Alex lightens things up by talking about how the new “Queer Eye” is transforming stereotypes and challenging social norms…wait a minute…

Duration:00:55:20

“Very Minor Crises.” - Episode 11

2/15/2018
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This past week, Alex fell deep into a Guillermo del Toro hole while Liv suffered from Wakanda turrets. They review “Pan’s Labyrinth,” David Letterman’s new Netflix series “My Next Guest Needs No Introduction,” “Godless,” and a weirdly optimistic episode of “Black Mirror.” Plus, hear Margot Robbie’s husband’s mortifying account with President Barack Obama, and find out if Taylor Lautner is actually 1/64th Cherokee.

Duration:01:06:07

"Shocking if true." - Episode 10

2/8/2018
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The Ridiculous People Pod's first episode as part of The Soundcasting Network! Netflix reviews abound, Liv & Alex read "The Cloverfield Paradox" for filth and love on miniseries "End of the F***ing World" & documentary "Reel Injun." Among other recommendations: Timothee Chalamet, Cardi B, "Miss Fisher's Murder Mysteries" and podcast "Dirty John." Not recommended: "The Snowman," Justin Timberlake's Super Bowl suit (and ignoring Janet Jackson) and trying to look cute while working out.

Duration:01:03:59

LIV & ALEX’S FAVORITE MOVIE OF 2017 + Honorable Mentions – Episode 7

2/5/2018
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Happy 2018! Last week, Liv and Alex counted down their top 9 favorite movies of 2017 and broke down why they loved them. Now, they’ll reveal their top film of last year and why it was the quintessential 2017 movie. Plus, they’ll list some honorable mentions and spit some hot takes about “Star Wars: The Last Jedi.”

Duration:00:48:37

LIV & ALEX’S FAVORITE MOVIES OF THE YEAR – Episode 6

2/5/2018
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It’s almost 2018! 2017 was a turbulent year, but discord is great for art. Hear an in-depth breakdown of Alex and Liv’s top 9 movies of the year, and stay tuned next week for their number 1 picks and honorable mentions. Warning: There will be fish fucking.

Duration:01:25:32

“I just don’t trust him. His face is too symmetrical.” – Episode 5

2/5/2018
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Liv and Alex went HAM this week at the movies with their new MoviePasses (not sponsored). This week, they’ll review “The Darkest Hour,” “The Shape of Water,” “Thor: Ragnarok,” and “The Disaster Artist.” Liv will review the “Avengers Infinity War” trailer and make some juicy predictions, plus, hear about how and why Alex has seen literally every iteration of Spider-Man (yes, that includes the stage play.)

Duration:00:54:45

“We both got hot tea, which caused a ruckus.” – Episode 4

2/5/2018
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Alex and Liv are back from Thanksgiving with no money because they spent it all on Black Friday. This week, they’ll talk about two of the best movies they’ve seen this year, Greta Gerwig’s “Lady Bird” and Martin McDonagh’s “Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri.” They’ll also review a video game from 2013 and gush about Tom Holland and Mark Ruffalo. (Liv would like to note that they recorded this podcast before the “Avenger’s Infinity Wars” trailer dropped today, which means she...

Duration:00:50:05

“Treat everybody like they’re Duane ‘The Rock’ Johnson.” – Episode 3

2/5/2018
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After technical difficulties, Liv and Alex are back to talk about a book that shouldn’t become a movie, Blake, a.k.a. “Brake,” Shelton, and Alex’s shock at the ending of “The Sixth Sense.” Hear Liv’s review of Nick Kroll’s “Big Mouth” and Alex’s review Will Ferrell and Amy Poehler’s “The House.” Then they’ll try desperately to get a MoviePass sponsorship and come up with a plan to suspend society’s subscription to Men(TM). So it’s basically a must-listen.

Duration:00:51:06

"You've been f**king bamboozled." - Episode 1 (Part 2)

2/2/2018
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Liv and Alex talk movie recommendations, Netflix actors, the secrets that only presidents know and relate everything to Stranger Things (without spoilers, hunny).

Duration:00:49:29