Laura Tee is a host of MuggleCast and co-host of #Millennial Podcast.
As of this episode, we have all officially voted! Do you want us to be able to change out Trump's screaming face for sunglasses Joe? Get out and vote and make it happen! Laura became THAT paranoid pet owner, and Pam became THAT person who forgot her mask. As promised, we deliver dramatic readings of our bitchy Yelp reviews. Some of us are bitchier than others. 👀 We apologize in advance for this - we showed off our lack of vocal talent when trying to see if Google could identify the songs we were humming. WARNING: Don't fap during a work Zoom meeting, even if you think your camera is off. With covid-19 cases on the rise as predicted, pandemic fatigue is setting in for many of us. Trump was a ratings LOSER during the battle of the two town halls. And while we're sick of debates, we'll be hosting a chat watch party for EVERYONE during this Thursday's final Presidential debate. Join the #Millennial for all Discord here. Just half of registered voters expect to know the outcome of the election within a few days of November 3rd. We think it's important to mentally prepare ourselves for the possibility that we won't know the winner on election night. Here are some tips to help stay sane this election season. With increased awareness of police brutality, many primetime procedural police dramas are having to assess how they'll approach current events. How do police dramas fuel our implicit biases? We're joined by BAE supporter Amy, who's here to fill us in on what teaching is like during the pandemic. What are the pros and cons of face-to-face vs. digital learning? Amy shares the precautions being taken in her school. This week's recommendations will give you a nice break from election coverage: Mario Kart Live: Home Circuit (Andrew), Haunted Places (Laura), BLACKPINK: Light Up the Sky on Netflix (Pam), and 'Crying in My Car: A Podcast for Teachers' (Amy). This week's episode is sponsored by Bartleby Write ( for your first month FREE), Everyplate ( and enter promo code mill3 for three weeks of EveryPlate meals for just $2.99), and Honey ( to join for FREE). Support #Millennial by supporting our sponsors! And in this week's installment of After Dark, available on Patreon: Andrew has written his pee pee tale, and we get a sneak peak preview read by Andrew himself! The panel is put to the test: do we remember what we learned in the 5th grade? Cringey work stories: we all have them. Between the panel and our Patrons, we've got every workplace horror story involving nudes, getting caught talking shit, POOP, and so much more.
Happy "Fuck Christopher Columbus" Day everyone! We're kicking off the show with a focus on how we're voting, and the reveal that one of our panel has already voted! Can you guess who? Thankfully, Disney+ won't be giving the Mulan treatment to 'Soul,' which will release on 12/25 at no additional cost! In darker news, the FBI thwarted an attempt to kidnap Governor Gretchen Whitmer of Michigan by a group of 45 apologists. Trump's doctor has cleared him to return to public engagements, but recent interviews are making us all question his health. In a first for our lifetimes, there will not be three Presidential debates. Trump's refusal to participate in a virtual debate should have us all further questioning his readiness to lead. If the GOP wanted to prioritize another stimulus package before the election, could they actually make it happen? There's no doubt this pandemic has been a shit show, but we want to highlight the products, media, and food that is getting us through this! Since Yelp is reportedly going to be flagging pages of businesses accused of racism, we take a dive into our own history with Yelp. This week's Surprise Bitch! victim is Caleb, and Caleb is prepared AF. Has a voting plan, is vaccinated, and awaiting Andrew's review of Vegas before considering a move there. We've got some fun recommendations this week! The Weakest Link is returning to NBC (Andrew), Trade Joe's Pumpkin Spice coffee (Pam), and Phasmophobia (available on Steam) (Laura). This week's episode is sponsored by Barefoot Scientists ( and enter code mil at checkout for 20% off your first order), ( and enter promo code MILL for a 4-week trial PLUS free postage and a digital scale), and Rothy's ( for your new favorite flats). Support #Millennial by supporting our sponsors! And in this week's installment of After Dark: It's a Patrons' exclusive Confessional Palooza! Our Patrons sent in their most burning confessions, and we read and react LIVE! Don't let our screwed up culture make you feel bad about being a virgin or not. Have any of us ever gotten a nastygram from our internet service providers about torrenting? A tale of willingly getting chlamydia "for the dick." We commiserate over the struggles of weight management and disordered eating. The panel learns about a special kind of kink!
The powers of science and karma combined last week to make Andrew think (maybe) there is a God. The toddler in chief has the 'rona, and we're here for some real talk on what this means for the country and our upcoming election. The timeline here is insane: from a Tuesday night debate to a Wednesday night COVID positive announcement. The 11 confirmed cases so far seem to have one gathering in common: The Amy Coney Barrett announcement event in the Rose Garden. Inconsistency and petulance took up residence at Walter Reed military hospital for 3 days, after which Bunker Bitch checked himself out and is feeling better than *GASP* ever. He is knowingly putting his staff, Secret Service detail, and followers in danger by returning to the campaign trail as if he never tested positive. Laura thinks the Trump campaign's approach for the rest of the campaign will be to go full North Korean "dear leader is invincible." How do we think Biden should handle the October 15th debate? Is it okay to feel vindicated by Trump catching the virus he's been downplaying all year? (Yes.) Andrew is texting for the Biden campaign, and wants you to join him! To volunteer to phone bank or text, click here! Is it pedantic for social platforms not to have a way to dismiss the voting reminders? Hollywood's going all in on pandemic themed projects, prompting the question... do we really need pandemic shows while we're still living in a pandemic? We've got some WTF news to help you (and us) unwind from this long ass week. This week's recommendations will have you safe and content for the fall: Overtone + getting your flu shot at Costco for $20 if you're underinsured (Laura), refreshing your space with some new decor before the colder weather sinks in (Andrew), and Sohla El-Waylly's new show Stump Sohla (Pam).  This week's episode is sponsored by Talkspace ( and enter code MILL for $100 off your first month) and Framebridge ( and enter code MILLENNIAL for 15% off your first order). Support #Millennial by supporting our sponsors! And in this week's installment of After Dark: Pam introduces us to the idea of toxic positivity, or the tendency to portray oneself as happy no matter what. Take the quiz to see how toxic positivity plays a role in your life. As a culture, do we breed toxic positivity by undervaluing the importance of mental health? Workplaces can be a breeding ground for toxic positivity: how to just say it and avoid giving your colleagues "the shit sandwich."
What the hell am I watching right now? This episode is dedicated to reacting to the first Presidential debate of the season, immediately after it ended. As Trump spent 99% of his (and everyone else's) time steamrolling and bullying Biden and Chris Wallace, we wonder how anyone can still be undecided in this election? While Biden had some nice zingers throughout the night, we're hoping to see more of this in future debates. #shutupman While not super frequent, we take some time to discuss the moments in which Trump was noticeably silent for extended periods of time: race relations, election integrity, and climate change. It's because he's scared by these topics, and Biden should use that in future debates. Biden shines when he's looking straight into the camera and speaking with the people. We want more of that, and less reacting to the clown on the other side of the stage. And just for anyone keeping track at home, Trump wouldn't willingly denounce white supremacy when given the chance to. Chris Wallace is seeing criticism for his inability to control the debate stage - what are our thoughts on his job as moderator? This week's recommendations will hopefully give you some relief from this dumpster fire of a debate we just witnessed: Stainless steel wipes (Andrew), Hulu's Pen15 (Pam), and rewatching old episodes of the West Wing (Laura). This week's episode is sponsored by Bartleby Write ( for 1 month free), Rothy's (, and ThirdLove ( for 15% off your first order). Support #Millennial by supporting our sponsors! And in this week's edition of After Dark, available on Patreon: Let's take a break from all the election talk, shall we? What's a lie we once told that ended up snowballing into something bigger? The Discord comes for Andrew, and they've got receipts! What's the best non-sexual feeling in the world? Andrew tells us about his lingering childhood fear of Groucho Marx.
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