Only Nora Ephron could make a rom-com where the leads interact for 2 minutes an instant classic. The BC crew makes a Tom and Meg inspired long distance call to Katey Rich (Vanity Fair) for Ephron's sophomore hit, Sleepless in Seattle (1993). We get into how rom-coms have risen and fallen, the lure of cool boat houses, and the enigma that is Chet Hanks.
For the month of June we will be spotlighting groups dedicated to and run by Black trans and non-binary people who need our help.
This week's organization is:The OKRA Project
This episode is sponsored by:The Truth vs Hollywood Podcast Keeps Brooklinen