Are You Afraid of the Dark? & Hilda


Carrie and Diana discuss the MANY October happenings in Fiction Food, plus 90s Canadian kids TV, eating fear, non-dairy creamer as a flammable substance, Norweigan sweater color palettes, cucumber sandwiches, and peppermint tea.

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A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night & Delilah Dirk



From Iranian vampire Western to 19th century action adventure, Carrie and Diana are talking about blood and tea, and Middle Eastern fare.

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Delicious in Dungeon & Death Note


Diana and Carrie return after a LONG hiatus to discuss the food manga Delicious in Dungeon & anime “Death Note”. There will be golem veggies, ghost ice cream, temptation apples, traditional Japanese sweets, and more!

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Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice

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Diana and Carrie discuss the movie that shall henceforth be known as Wonder Woman: the Prequel, including hero cake, Jolly Ranchers, funeral spreads, and some fun party recipes.

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Intro & Outro music clips: “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice” (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) by Hans Zimmer & Junkie XL (AKA Tom Holkenborg). Available for purchase here.

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Jem and the Holograms

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Diana and Carrie discuss the truly outrageous 80s cartoon, and the recent comic (hit!) and movie (flop). Showtime, Synergy.

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Intro music clip: “JEM–Truly, Truly, Truly Outrageous” by Anne Bryant, et. all, sung by Britta Phillips.
Outro music clip: “Truly Outrageous” by Noelle Bean from the official “Jem and the Holograms” tribute album. Available for purchase here.

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Avengers: Age of Ultron

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We are ready for our green smoothies now, please.

Diana and Carrie discuss the action-packed Marvel movie including Thor’s magic juice, Black Widow’s burden, showing vs. telling…and apparently when we think Avengers, we think beets??


*Correction from Diana: Oh my gosh, guys! Listening to this again (starting at 64:18) I realize that it sounds like I’m saying I’m glad when my husband is away. No way! I’m just really good at making messes is all :).

*Edit from Carrie: don’t worry, we knew what you meant! 🙂

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The music in this episode is from the “Avengers: Age of Ultron” soundtrack by Brian Tyler and Danny Elfman.

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