In Sara and Katie’s last episode of the season, they discuss vacation vibes during the pandemic and Katie’s latest obsession with tennis. As a tennis newbie, once Katie realizes Sara was the captain of her high school tennis team, her hopes fo
Katie and Sara tell us how they really feel about Kanye West announcing his candidacy for president (not so great) and then Sara gets maniacal (or delirious or something) about her latest true crime obsession. They interview the one-and-only J
Katie opines on her new obsession - the face mask - and she and Sara discuss how crazy it drives them when people don't wear them. Luckily their guest Adam Lathan, chef/owner of The Gumbo Bros in Brooklyn, calms their nerves. Adam shares how
Katie gets into a fight on the streets of Brooklyn (over Starbucks coffee of course) and Sara is going into debt from quarantine online shopping. Luckily, actress Rebecca Mader takes us over the rainbow as we dig deep into her successful caree
Katie and Sara discuss the current state of the world’s affairs and how the coronavirus is helping the world commit to long overdue changes. They then try to lighten the mood when NYC stand-up comedian Seth Herzog joins the podcast to talk abo
Sara relays her accidental sleeping pill snafu which leads her to binge on caffeine and wine to stay awake for the podcast. Katie admires Sara's many hidden talents, causing Sara to explain the genesis of her new singing career on Instagram.
Katie and Sara lament the ups and downs of life in the grips of Covid 19 and deliberate the pros and cons of Zoom life. Katie obsesses about her favorite TV show about a world even darker than our own! Then they interview former high fashion
Sara goes gaga for her obsession with Kelly Clarkson and Katie gives us an update on quarantine life with her family in Vermont. Then they interview Dina Berrin, a renowned tarot card reader, astrologist, numerologist and all around ray of sun
We continue our interview with Pete Leyden, former managing editor of Wired Magazine and an expert on new technologies and future trends. He gives us hope about the future despite current political realities and educates us on fascinating ener
Katie opines on the twists and turns of the Democratic primary election while Sara flexes her brain muscles (for the first time ever). They are joined by Pete Leyden, former managing editor of Wired Magazine and an expert on new technologies an
Katie and Sara make KOO history by having the same obsession and the results are complete hysteria. Then they welcome Peter Shelsky, owner of Shelsky’s of Brooklyn and Shelsky’s Bagels and the leader(ish) of the Jewish food revolution in NYC.
Sara gets enthusiastic about Jessica Simpson and obsesses about her autobiographical debut. Then she and Katie decide to get in the hot seat and interview each other! They let it all hang out and the discussion gets...dangerous and at times a l
Part two of Sara and Katie’s convo with the incredible Maureen Callahan takes a sharp pivot from teen heartthrobs and politics into the mind of a psychopath. Israel Keyes, the most meticulous serial killer in American history, is the focus of M
Katie discusses her attempt to eat a keto diet with a few carbs tossed in for good measure. Sara falls asleep until their interview with bestselling author and pop culture critic-at-large Maureen Callahan about all things celebrity, politics an
In this episode, Sara gets passionate about the prevalence and insidiousness of sexual assault and and those who perpetuate it. Then Katie and Sara invite three of their fave Bar Method studio owners to discuss their experiences as badass bosse
Katie and Sara break down their obsession with all things Royal and Sara lies about not wanting to be a princess. Then they interview New York Times best-selling author Turney Duff about his former life of excess as a Wall Street hedge fund tra
In this episode Sara obsesses about her newfound contentedness with being single while simultaneously encouraging listeners to find her a man. Then we talk with Vye and Tofer Moran, friends of Sara’s who are former members of Sovereign Grace Mi
Katie goes down a rabbit hole about entering a new decade of her life and insults Sara in the process (hurtful). Their interview with accomplished John Jay College research professor Meredith Dank delves into the topic of human trafficking in
Katie attempts to get organized in an unorganized world. Then both Sara and Katie get (just a little) tipsy with professor and prize-winning author Donna Freitas and discuss her research on the dangers of social media and being glued to your s
Sara Giller and Katie Muehlenkamp introduce themselves and get to know each other over a bottle of wine and by asking basic questions with embarrassing consequences. They also interview famed burger expert, filmmaker and cookbook author Georg
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