The podcast opens with the line "this isn't a story - it's a road trip", and it's definitely not your typical "love" story, but I really struggle to think of anything that more accurately describes what it means to love, and to be loved. Whether that be romantic or otherwise.
It also asks a lot of really interesting questions about humanity and the world we reside in - blending the fantastical and the mundane in a deeply thought provoking way. I listened to this podcast as it dropped, and two dozen times since, and I still find something new to love about it every time.
Jasika, in particular, is phenomenal.
and The Ending is one of my favourite finales of anything ever. As much as I yearn for more, I really admire a writer who knows when a roadtrip is over.