Filmmaker and host of the My First Feature podcast, Ethan Cushing, joins Lee and Andrea this week. After some Southern Charm news and a recap of Andrea's birthday weekend spent with Faith Hill and Tim McGraw (in concert, not as besties) they dive into this week's episode of The Bachelorette. Everyone has a lot to say on everything from Bryan's weird relationship with his mom to Dean's showdown with his dad. Lee is very concerned about who the emerging front runner is and they all speculate on who may win and who might be the next Bachelor. Join the gang and prepare to have your chakra aligned! Find Ethan at www.ethancushing.com, as well as @ethancushing and @firstfeaturepod on Twitter.
Lee and Andrea are back from visiting Charleston and have a MAJOR secret to share about where they stayed in the Holy City (hint: it was the house of one of their favorite Southern Charmers)! They also detail their near run-in with trouble outside of Patricia's house before recapping the Southern Charm season finale/reunion. They close things out by discussing this week's episode of The Bachelorette which saw two guys go home that they barely got to know, plus predictions are made about who the next Bachelor might be.
Lee and Andrea drag themselves away from their beach vacation long enough to bring you their abbreviated thoughts on this week’s four-hour Bachelorette that spanned two nights. They leave no (Jack) Stone unturned covering everything from that creepy smile that sent all of America reeling, to Rachel’s walking tourism ad for Denmark, and wrap-up with some final reflections on the most cut-throat week in recent Bachelorette history which saw Rachel send SIX guys home.
Lee and Andrea are fired up after this week's explosive episode of The Bachelorette, which Lee declares is "an assault on the English language." They also recite a dramatic reading from a cringe-worthy exchange between Rachel and Bryan before diving into commentary on Alex's purple tiger suit, strange country music lyrics, and the escalating situation with Kenny and the other Lee (the one who has racist tendencies). Finally, as Lee and Andrea prepare to travel to Charleston next week, they check in on the Southern Charm gang and wonder how likely they are to run into Shep at a bar.
Lee and Andrea discuss the news that's rocking Bachelor Nation this week, and Andrea shares her own terrible news about a recent incident that has left her questioning everything. Without a new episode of The Bachelorette, our favorite Southern Idiots are front and center this week.
Lee and Andrea discuss the recent announcement of the new cast for Bachelor in Paradise, and also share some exciting news from the Twitter-verse regarding one Adam Jr. (aka - everyone's favorite doll who's looking for love). Then they jump into discussing the latest episode of The Bachelorette which includes a revealing trip to the Ellen show, a painful lesson in kissing with Fred, a jarring observation about Anthony, and a mud-wrestling competition that leads to mud-slinging as emotions heat-up. Finally, they briefly check-in on the Southern Charm gang and ponder a controversial opinion that Patricia may in fact be the best match for Thomas.
Lee and Andrea console each other over the latest chaotic news headlines and the stunning loss of a Bachelor relationship gone sour, but somehow manage to get it together enough to give their dog a DNA test. Then they recap this week's episode of Southern Charm where they dream of having bourbon slushies with Patricia and cover everything from Kathryn's questionable hairstyle and Craig's downward spiral, to a quail hunting trip where Chelsea proves she may be the hardest bird to catch.
Stephen Colletti joins Lee and Andrea as their first podcast guest! They take a walk down memory lane with some behind-the-scenes stories from Stephen's "Laguna Beach" and "One Tree Hill" days, and they also get his perspective about the realities of reality tv. They also discuss Stephen's favorite lady of Charleston, Cameran's dark (white?) past, and everything else from this week's episode of Southern Charm, including questions about how many drinks Shep really has every day and what exactly Craig is making with his new sewing machine.