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Now displaying: June, 2015
Jun 27, 2015

In this episode, Dave discusses an underrated teen comedy in Easy A.  Things get a tad serious during Fangirl Fixation with Britt.  Just add alcohol, I guess.  Dave dives into the psychological literature on rumors to discuss how realistic or not the rumors in Easy A are presented.  Enjoy!   Listen! Show Notes Fangirl Fixation: […]

Jun 20, 2015

In this episode, Dave revisits the original Pixar classic, Toy Story.  At Britt’s behest, we discuss the importance of imaginary play for kids and adults.  Additionally, Dave and Britt discuss their first memories of seeing Toy Story in theaters.  Check out Toy Story before you go see Inside Out!   Listen! Show Notes Fangirl Fixation: […]

Jun 13, 2015

In this episode, Dave discusses another classic, Citizen Kane.  He also forces Britt to stay awake through pain and watch it!  Through this show, Dave attempts to diagnose Charles Foster Kane with Narcissistic Personality Disorder.  Take a listen and find out! Listen! Show Notes Fangirl Fixation: 0:02:38 Narcissism:0:22:42 Citizen Kane: 0:40:48 Rate and Review on iTunes! […]

Jun 6, 2015

In this episode, Dave finally takes on what is, in his opinion, the best movie ever made, Lawrence of Arabia!  During Fangirl Fixation, Britt assures that her marriage continues by enjoying the movie and even stating that she would watch it again.  She also discusses her feminist rage about video games!  Dave teaches the audience different […]

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