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Guess. All right, everybody it is time to go around the dial, talking about a little something. We're watching these days. I stop tar areo. Well, I'm going to compare and contrast the first season of camping on HBO and the second season of splitting up together on ABC which has just started in which full disclosure includes on its writing staff. Brian Rubinstein my co host on Bryden, boom. Hey, Brian. Camping is the new show from Lena Dunham and Jenny Connor. And I believe it's a remake of British show, and this is the one with Jennifer garner. She's married to David Tennant. It's his birthday. They go out camping with a bunch of their friends, and she's extremely Taipei and neurotic, and everything goes wrong and she can't handle it because she's super Taipei. This is the less interesting of these two and it's and yet I'm gonna keep watching it because like everything around the Jennifer garner character is so good and really well observed, Sarah bakers, former co star. Brett galman is on it with his real life. Are they married? His wife girlfriend is partner. It's connects Bravo. Okay, they are. They play a couple on the show. They are great. Juliette Lewis who also was guest starring in the second episode of the Connors that we saw is a is a cast member here as well. I only sky place Jennifer garner sister, Chris Elvin from this is us is playing a much more scumbag character and he does on that one. All of them are great, but I feel like there's so much they make the Jennifer garner character, Catherine the butt of the joke. So often and like the premise is she's, I mean, not the premise of the show. The premise of Richter is that she's had problems with her pelvic floor like she had to have a hysterectomy Ovech to me after the birth of their son, and she's had like ten years of chronic pain issues with this, and they make it seem like all of her, like it's all in her head. They make it seem completely psychosomatic, which is a really weird choice for a show from two women creator. When like women.