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Episode 91: The House of the Lunches
Hi, this is Bob and this is and we are let teams. The podcast where we talk about important like I won't be mariachi. Hello? Hello. Soaker show what is cracking the Lido. A lot of amazing Mexican food every day. I'm in heaven. How are you? I'm doing fantastic. Okay. Let's get into it. What are you talking about? What did you have for lunch today? Today? I had economic, oh, I ordered a taco plate from my favorite Mexican restaurant in Pilsen here in Chicago and had owned taco the Karnataka's way. Lescar nibs I can Chico not in mother. It's like there's a lot of people from Chuck Dennen matter. Like we're so fucking orphans. Orphan tacos? Yes, yes. Okay. I had a taco of car nita's Ono they were Coa and Ono's. I'll pasta, but can we talk about by wacko for a second before you tell me what you ate? Sure. Okay. So but of go is not just like one type of meat in about of gore that CI was coming in the north, but it's almost like dry. It doesn't. It doesn't have like juice every single time I ordered about go out. I'm hoping to get what style of go and it's different. Sometimes it's KOMO another weather, like with spices and juicy. Like what is your like when you think about about qua-? What do you think about. I'm vegan. So like I don't think about it. In the about Iraq was usually read, no. Like like, Canada's shredded me read with like. Sometimes it's juicy. No juiciest like Berea area, right? Yeah, that's why I get confused. So I don't know. Like it's regional. It doesn't matter bitches regional. You can go to any part of Mexican enchiladas a different thing, so tr-. Right. It just depends on where the people are from the same thing with Molly. Like I didn't know that till like not too long ago, but like Morley's means just sauce. And we think of Molly, we think of a very specific susp anyway. So I had that and it was wonderful. But since I've been here, I've been doing nothing but in Mexican food, the Karni everything's fucking amazing here. But anyway, took Mr. today had Thai food for lunch. My favorite tie food. My favorite kind of dish is noodles the and I had pad say you, that's my fav- top babe because it's like the flat noodle that they like they like saute, you know, like almost fry it. And then it's usually comes with a bunch of vegetables. It's delicious. Usually broccoli, Chinese, broccoli, broccoli, Raab, whatever they call it where you're from and BOK Choy. It was delicious. Yeah. Yeah. But I never order party you till I met you. You started ordering in that and now like I order all the time. Anytime I go to tie place in order to get the. Tom cost soup, Pat say you maybe some spring rolls if I'm feeling frisky that's it. Good. And I got them from this really great place in Harlem because I'm in New York City right now. Dude, I cannot keep up with you. You've been everywhere. Last time I saw you. You were in Pennsylvania, and what else have you been up to your everywhere? Well, the last time we were together, we were installing my show at the Berman museum in Collegeville, Pennsylvania. That's only like forty, five minutes, west of Philly, depending on traffic will be a little longer. You know, the show their opened on September seventh, and it was so much fun shout out to everybody at the Berman museum. They were amazing. I was so sad to leave. I've never been so sad to leave white people before it wasn't credible. They're so great. I self picture of like your crew, the students from the from the university wearing your t shirt. That's that almost made me cry. That was amazing. I did cry our, oh my gosh. Shutout to teddy Caputo. And Danny, they were they both? They were like my main assistance and for the opening, they decided to all wear like my skeleton shirt. So they all bought one and they all had red blazers on and stuff. They're so sweet. They're amazing. And in Philly, I feel like in Philly and all my God. Did I talk about the no gopher? Did I talk about the more liberal? I hadn't Philly. Bitch. What? Oh, my God shadow Torkham Louise that he guess who lives in Baltimore. He came to visit me and helped me for like a week while I was there. Oh my God. This is gonna be like a shout out episode. Bitch, we went to, we went to, we went to his called south fairly Coa and the food girl all my God. I hadn't. She Lara's the Molay Kamala they were the bomb. They were lying. Us. Okay, that's it. And it was. I felt like I was back in Pueblo bitch. It was renovated see because it's Taiwan even better bitch. Land nor like Molly McCain your leg. Like just morally. I don't know what it was. It was just Alicia. I'm no Molay elitist. Okay. But it was better. It was gonna say what it was better than it was good it. I mean, it was up of Leno lead you to that. So he had to be good if he likes it, it's gonna. It was going to be as shadow to Charlotte, to bringing me mascot and also. Okay. So what I loved about these and she was that you know how usually they roll him. You know, we're from northeast. So like and she, I feel like my grandma always makes sense. Enchiladas concerts Roca and it's always like cheese or potato. And then it's like rolled up and then like the sauces like poured over it, you know, oh, my family makes him different decay. Explain. So my mom actually fries let the topa cannot. I mean that's a given, but it's okay. Okay. Okay. Illegal metal at sites ill. Goal of wear rave. So when you get into lever there, like like the chillers little Marito shaking you because I'm having heart attack, just thinking about it. Oh, my. So those the I call them and she loves a mask because it's us. They're just like fry fry fried anyway. Oakland, your grandma purse, like the Chilean top of it? Yeah. And then she just puts a bunch guess on top like ranchero like or mental Nita, you know, there's a lot of mental neat dozen wrangles head donate. Oh, jeez. Okay. Anyways, these these were different. They were like, okay, they individually fried that not as and then folded them in half like tacos, and then put the filling in and then spread the Morley on top bitch. And then they just sprinkled guess over for go on the top Gloria ios, and they're, they're filming a chef's table about the woman that runs a restaurant. She's amazing. You're gonna put the link on the website because I forgot her name. So find it Google look. Yes, it's amazing. Okay. Anyway, back to Philly. I found this bakery in Collegeville Pennsylvania where I was at and so and I'm trying not to me, right. So like I feel like I ate every kind of fried food and he kinda fried vegetable possible. So all my God bitch, by the time I left. Philadelphia while awoke. So good anyway, by the time I left Philly. I was like, okay, I'm gonna. I'm gonna just like try not to fried food anymore because I'm going to die. And then I got to Portland, Maine, and of course bunch of white people drinking beer and like frying food there too. Thankfully, I hung out with a lot of my old friends that I met when I was there doing my installation at space gallery. Actually. I think that installation comes down next week, so you can still go see bura ball Voda at space gallery on congress. But the reason I was there was to do a self guided printmaking workshop with Ballade another. I'll she is the director of this really cool like queer run. I mean, most of the people that are there queer so cool such a great space and I learned how to use this machine called the Vander cook press. So it's like a letter Pressel. You get old school would blocks with letters and. You run them through. So they have like hundreds of fonts that they've collected that our old like from the forties from the fifties, you can run it. It was so cool. And I made a bunch of like posters and cards and postcards with Latinos, who lunch sayings. So I saw them there. So fucking good. Hopefully, I didn't make a lot of them. They're just kinda test, but hopefully in the future I'm going to have Pickwick independent, press makeup, bunch for for our merch, which is coming soon to a website near you. Yeah, you know, you know, my family actually had print shops for, I'm going to say the last thirty years or so. My Ambrose shadow to my Andros. She's retired sleeps in possible, but she opened her printshop like in the early nineties, and that was one of my first jobs. I was a kid. I used to clean those. They had those machines. So like back in the day, every time they was like an industrial nineteen, Yarrow water, whatever they will. You have to like letter by letter. And when I saw that. That that machine in your instance stories, you remind me because like I grew up around those machine. It's so crazy. Oh, cool. Yeah, I forget to take you there when we were we're in Paso, so. Okay, you weren't main and you were doing a workshop and then you went to Boston, and I know you saw one of our faithful my God. Favorite Ma big SIS. My big Sissy that Martha all doctor that it might that I hung out with her the weekend and also Dave Wilson, Tang I hang out with him. He's the, he's the guy that ate in and David fluids out to Wellesley college through that life Latinos who lunch. And yeah, I got to hang out with then in Boston, and we went to Salem Massachussetts where all the white witches lived. It was great. It was a nice like three or four days that I was there on my gosh. I love it in his so much. We had such. I had such a great time with her. We ate a lot. It was really good and also partner Genevieve cooked for. Us who made the best rice and beans. I love love, love hanging out. You know, like sometimes when you go visit a city like Boston, you're like, why am I here like. Like this, this, this monument everywhere. This tone is not for me, but when you go at the right people and then take you to the right places, it makes all the difference. You know, it's so cool. I feel like a lot of people feel they feel like that about Las Vegas where they go there. Like, what? Why am I going to Vegas when they go with the right people and do the right thing. So it's like that's exactly what they get. Totally like throughout the years, you've converted a lot of people until us Vegas because, yeah, different version. And now I'm never there. So it's like what the fuck, but I'm going back in the wintertime account. Wait. Maybe for thanksgiving. So yes. So then I ended, I, that was just like to hang out for a couple days which was fun to work. And now I am in the Bronx recording in my hotel room because I'm doing an installation actually in Harlem. I think they just got a cheap hotel over here because you know it's New York and everything's thousand dollars super expensive, but I'm commuting back and forth from Harlem. And I'm doing an installation at the sugarhill children's museum of art and storytelling. And we started today. Yeah. And how long are you going to be there until October? Twelve damn fell dela Rosa. Sure, sure. Yeah, I plan that. So. If anybody's in New York already got a few Instagram messages and wants to meet up. Please feel free to come by the museum message me, but also there's a few events that are happening here in New York with Omar. So more friends from Latinos who lunch. So this Friday there was going to be a scum here in Brooklyn, New York. That's right. I forgot about that. So I will be there. So if anybody wants to meet me, I will be at scum this Friday here in New York. And then beddis and vit- only guy are doing a live radio Mugniyah the first ever live Mugniyah at new Latin wave that Newland festival. I think it's the last Sunday of the month is September. Thirtieth go on human as website. They have a discount code. You can click through the link from there from one of their episodes and get get like ten dollar tickets or something. Don't quote me on that, but it's, it's it's a discounted rate. I'll be there too. So. If y'all wanna come hang out with podcasters and the Latin x crew come on down shoutout to verify yeti Florida's because she mentioned us in a post new wave new Latin wave. So that was pretty. That was pretty cool. I by the way we were, we were featured fuck in I tunes. Yeah, that's so crazy. Is it? It is okay. I'm not. We've been talking about sending an Email to them so they can featured as in their thing. And now just like magically appear also noticed that now you just type Latinos and we're the first thing that pops up so that. So you think that's magic. Our podcast is called Latinos who lunch and we have over one hundred episodes. Not magic bitch. That's work no way that'd be at this peak hour, Latinos, Sally another. You had to type Latinos, hoop, Apollo minnows here, the impact the impact, the elderly impact, baby steps, baby baby steps all God. So I wanna I wanna talk about something because I, we will. We have in we have way way. Where are you? I'm in New York. Where are you on the way in Chicago people don't know. People still ask me every fucking day where you are because they can listen to the spot guests. So what are you doing in Chicago? So I'm here at Chicago. I'm actually right now in my gigantic office in the university of Illinois, said Chicago, I got a visiting professorship position for year two years. I teach colonial Latin American art, and I also teach a seminar on sentimentality. My classes are going awesome. Mike classroom, it's beautiful men. It's so beautiful. Like it's mostly Brown kids. Most of them are leading skits there sewing gauge, and it just goes to show you that even though my classmates seem boring, like why colonial art there's in real need for this type of of classes I've never had. And this is not to say that there's better awards classroom classrooms, but I've never had a classroom sewing gauge. They're always asking questions or sending me emails about things they see on the streets and it's starting to get to me the need for for for this because I live in Pilsen now shut out to Lucido from this Guerrero mingle who opened his doors and now his roommate and it's awesome. But I live in Pilsen in Pilsen is filled. It's filled with Mickey iconography, you know, Mexican iconography. And for example, the switch left up other us like they actually Daria steak us. I. I've been trying to take pictures of all divisions loop it. I probably seen fifty. There's, of course they're fucking free that every wear and when I mean everywhere. I mean everywhere. And so it's interesting because now you have this kids that grew up with this congress and I feel I mean, I might be wrong, but for the first time for some of them, they're actually putting into context into historical context. All these high congress that it's part of their local identity and you see that you see their engagement. You see their questions every time we talk about a symbol that its present throughout the city or at least in Pilsen they're really connected to it, and it goes to show you that diversity should not just be re represented through the student body, but also with professors. So I don't know. Hopefully like universities pay attention to this kind of things because they when people talk by versity they think they're hiring. One professor or they have students of colors that said, but the reality is that when it comes to diversity should be everywhere. You know, not just not just with with the students. And then I been just been busy working with with my classes here in Chicago. I think I'm going to be here, but also I am celebrating my birthday which is coming and I'm gonna be Windsor birthday. September twenty seven. Oh, but at the end of the. Inaugural. So leader? I don't know. That explains everything you like Attias whole show. But I'm gonna be there who was performing three fucking times in a row. Bitch genital Consol as way as dude Moberly twenty seven times give him a break eighteen. So I'm going to see them to Mannheim. I see them to more time. So in case IDE, I in October, I can say in my sim. Look here, millennia doom by thing. I can be effort Couva twenty times. That's reported makes really put it on YouTube stone crossed. I'm not kidding bitch. If they put that on my tombstone, I'm going to be very happy. Really gonna be as going to be concert number nineteen and comes to number twenty. I think I'm going on the country and Friday, which is a twenty eight and then on Sunday, which is the thirty, but for sure ready have tickets for the Friday concert. So if anybody is going to go seek a guru, come say, hi, I'm gonna be with my bull and I'm just going to be you have to go away. I'm a fucking mess. I'm so excited. Yeah, yes, that's different than your regular life, right? It is very different. You look like you're having a seizure Suffolk that answer. I remember going with you and your sister one time and I'm like, can we go or. Should we like get hell. And your sister was like, I think he's dancing like. Okay. Okay. Okay. Okay. I'm gonna go to beer. Oh my God, and you and I went to the tour what they did gray when they did the whole entire album from beginning to end. Yeah. And that was why I felt like I was having a seizure because I sell songs that I haven't seen play live ever, but any. I mean, I in, there's times where I go seek off at the MC. Sure. I'm going to go, you know, put kid. Lacombe fiance, you know, like I just I just go to those concerts better. Impeach KOMO commend travel, like I don't know what happens to me. And then I feel like my whole body starts shaking. I don't know what's wrong, and I'm fucking thirty. I wanna be thirty six still no Muslim suddenly little toys him opponent appeal in. That's so nice, but but see, like they used to happen to me like with every concert every time I will go to country. I will listen to the Alban prepared by tickets in advance. Been line like hours before it started Gary mothery better when it comes to the. I'm still like that. I'm just like, oh my God. I need to listen to the music and blah, blah, blah. And I dream about it. But anyway, enough cafe Tacoma talk. So I wanted to ask you something because again, we haven't done what a, what others less Kuchar us for a while because like we both very busy, but I be wanting to talk about Casella Florida's because finally both of us our wanna get your opinion, what is my opinion? Let's first less. I describe what it's Lasorda's to people. Okay. Spoiler alert if anybody hasn't seen it. Then we're probably going over the whole season. Right. Sure. I mean, I'm just like in general terms, don't have to be fast forward fast forward, fast forward. Let's Florida's lack as less Florida's or the house. Flowers is a net flicks original series. That's like a so Barbara. It's about this family in Mexico. It's about this white family and Mexico. Be real owns a flower shop. Run a flower shop, and the patriarch of the family has been living double life. That's revealed in like the first five minutes of the whole thing, and his mistress walks into this huge party. They're having for his birthday and she hangs herself in the middle of the flower shop. And while the party's going on outside and then the whole family kinda scrambles to make sure nobody sees it because they're very like elite family in Mexico and like vanity. Fair's there, whatever some magazine guy, so they all have to keep up appearances. And that's pretty much what the entire series is about. Like keeping up appearances right for what I don't know. But it's like a very Mexican thing like you don't want your neighbors. Think that you guys are, you know you don't want your, what will the neighbours say, kind of a mentality that a lotta let those have, you know, right? So it turns out that this guy was living a double life. He even had another daughter with this woman who died, and then it's also revealed in the first episode that the sun is having a secret relationship with a man. So he's gay. And then it also there's a lot of really great anti. Blackness because one of the daughters from New York came back to visit and she brought back a black guy, right? So their interactions are so fucking awkward, but it's true like people in in, I feel like a lot of Mexicans live. I don't feel a lot of Mexicans leaving fucking racial bobble and because race functions very differently in Mexico. And when you're expose through a third, racial party, whatever that is, they don't fucking know what to do with it ended defense mechanism or the way to deal with it. It's always gonna be fucking humor, which is very revelatory in the show. But at the same time, it's kind of like, oh, here we go. You know. All that to say. I love the fucking show. It's so fucking gay. I feel like it was made for gay people, like I mean, gay male people. I wish the one thing I do wish will is that there was more of like the lesbian storyline present, right? Big spoiler alert the oldest eldest daughter in the show was married to a man at one point that actually transitioned and is now living as a woman. Uh, so there's a trance character in the show trans woman in the show that comes back into the picture, a Spanish woman who's a lawyer who actually helps out because people go to jail and shit, and the soap opera Lou the side gut Cass, and she talks like that and. So they do share some intimate moments so that could be considered that's considered, you know, lady on lady. But other than that, it's pretty like, you know, like hetero normative geisha Ryan the show, but that's the beauty of it because I feel like this is finally a remake of classical soap operas, and that's why a lot of people love it because this is a shed that we grew up with, but it's for a new generation. So there's a lot of the same topics. When I think of a soap opera always think of a Casta painting lean, you just paintings to show you the different races and different classes in Mexico. So in a way, this is a Casta painting that has been done for a completely new generation, and it's very present the the life of Mexican soap operas it center. Not only because it's so melodramatic but also like jokingly, but the match yard of the family is that only capacity. And Nick Augusta, not only she's amazing, but like she's the Queen of of soap operas in the in the eighties. And if you notice the her bedroom, it's Phil would roses and her most famous her most famous opera was processed. So there's there's not too that life to those to those to those years seventies and eighties because she's been making soap operas in the nineteen seventies. This is bringing back her career and it's just it's so cool to see because she doesn't have to Nodar soap opera. She's doing something completely different. Okay. So let's let's I just want to kind of break it down in a more formal way. Like let's say, the things that we don't like about it and then we'll send things that we like about it. So what are the things that you don't like about the show? I wish they would have would have had an actual trance actor. Dan kills. Thank yes because I guess there's a lot of topics all at once that sometimes it feels like they're pushing it and. Like a lot of the story lines could be spread out in more seasons supposed to dump it all in us. But at the same time, it's ridiculous Miller, dramatic comedy. So it does make sense. But that's one of those story line. I wish it would be KENDALL a little bit more carefully when actual trans actor. That's one of the. That's one of my main like this likes about the show. Yeah to well, I agree with you on that. And then also another big spoiler alert the parallel life that this man was living with his mistress. Also involved another of less Florida's, which is actually a drag Queen cabaret on the other side of town glorious. And so there's a lot. There's like five main drag queens that run the joint and they all are. They're all impersonators of famous Mexican divas like you UD Paolina ruvio every. Every every who else? I'm what's her name. Amanda McGill is there. So. Belinda my favorite, but they totally to food us like they, they, they don't show the dry. They show that one of the drag queens one time out of drag. But anytime that we are at the cabaret the drag queens are always in full geese. They're like, never, right. Like we never see their male side Zurich cesary manage their accessibility is in the show. So I don't like I didn't like that part of the show. I didn't like that all the pretty much all the Mexicans except for the made and like the hot, the hot dancer guy. We're the only people that were like Brown in the show you're in fuck in Mexico bitch, like we should at least see one like Brown people in the street, you know. But I will say the most of the show is inside of the house and inside of the cabaret, and maybe those are the demographics of that place. So I don't. I've been to a lot of parts in Mexico where I'm like, am I in Europe because I don't see color here. You know. And I feel like a lot of Mexicans don't see that. But I was very aware of it when I was watching the show like just because they have one just because I feel like just because one of the women had a black boyfriend or fiance or whatever, like fulfill that quote like, oh, we got, we got the, we got the quota for a person of color. Now everybody else can be a white person, and that's exactly what they did with the trans character was for people to be okay with that character being a trans woman, they had to be the whitest of the white as Spanish, trans woman, right? It couldn't be like a Mexican. I dunno, I just saw a lot of different, you know, and and that person even had a very thick Spanish accent when they spoke, you know, and was blonde. So it's like more easy for you to digest this, like cookie cutter, Barbie looking. Woman instead of, you know, a more Mexican looking woman. I, whatever that means, I don't know. And in this in this again, this is very revelatory about race relations. I don't even I don't. I don't even feel comfortable using the war race when we talk about Mexico because he functions very differently in the states have very binary system in Mexico goes along with class. You can talk about race without talking about class in this shows. This show exactly shows you that. So it's very. It's very complicated because we can say others there is there's no people of color, but it really shows you in a way like class weights, heavier than the color of your skin. And dad goes back in the colonial period. I, I agree with you, and I also disagree because I was actually just listening to tea with Queen Jay, and they were talking about how many times they've experienced racism and not, and through a through that lens of class in the United States that also exists in the United States. People just don't talk about it as much right here, but they were talking about how it's happened to me every fucking time I go to target. This happens to me. People always assume that I work there because, okay, maybe I do wear red sweaters, but. But not all the time. I'm like literally just wearing like, you know, I just wear black all the time, right? So it's like every without fell. Every single time somebody comes up to me and ask me like, oh, do you know where that? And I'm like pitch. I don't work here, right? So it's like it's this thing of like people in the people of color are always looked at. I think Jay was saying that when she went to when she was getting her shoes for her prom, she was at the shoe store with all these white white girls, her age, her age fifteen, or however old you are when you go to prom and net asked, she was trying on shoes and they asked her for help thinking she worked there. You know what I mean? And that's just like that stereotype is exist in the United States. People can pretend it doesn't, but at total writer rights and in Mexico, it's like super. It's actually it's actually steroids. Steroids in Mexico, for sure, for sure. Yeah. Yeah, it's, it's crazy, and it's, I mean, it is. It is very, it is very complicated, but like you cannot deny that there's like this like deep racial problem in Mexico is just that first of all, people don't know how to talk about it because of nationalisms because everybody always answers the same way. They're like, what do you mean like would not like into states where all Mexicans like that doesn't mean fucking shit. You know how many times I've heard that so many times. So you add your ad the the myth of the nation. You had the myth of race through collar, and then you had the myth of class through like economics and what you get his mumble jumble of racial politics that I show like Florida's in a way gives you a little bit of a window of it, but it doesn't begin to unravel how fucking complicated. And it's also regional because the way the shed works in Mexico City. Bitch is like its own fucking universe. Because like for example, when you go to Monterey, you got to cheer, y, y, you go to is that's much newer money. So it works very, very differently than the way that it works in Mexico Puebla where like this families have had money for three or four hundred years, you know, okay. So those are the negative things about the show. There's a lot more, you know, but that being said, all that being said, the positive things about it is all of the queer representation on the show right. May probably most of those actors were not queer, but the fact that there's a bisexual person in the show and it shows like their sexual attraction to both males and females. You know, like I thought that was important. I have into struggles behind that for being in Mexico with that identity and like having to choose that identity and it's like it's almost being bisexual, almost seen as worse because. It's like, wait, you have the choice. It's like you have a choice of being with a woman and you're still going to be with a man. You know like that like blows people's minds and it's like looked at as even more disgusting you. They look at by sexual, a lot of people look at sexual like discussing just like sexual perverts. The people that can't make up their mind when in reality it's like shit. We should all be like that. You know, like who cares? Ribe in Mexico. It's always like is yes. Mina. So yes, on manure. Yeah. Like it's like it's a perversion of bowl, like nature, you know. So I love the show. One of the characters in the show kind of is he's really fucked up obviously, but all our person, but everybody does show that horrible everybody except for the little bitch. Okay, little girl. This is something that I need to talk about that I loved about it to a way, but to finish that thought I loved that it showed him coming to terms with his sexuality and being okay with being bisexual, and just right, right. Just seeing that realization happened was really cool. Also showing Mexicans, like shout out to Disney and cocoa wild representation. But all my God, how wonderful to see that Mexicans all don't live in dirt huts you know, like sack Louis. There's Mexicans that live in houses. There's Mexicans that live in apartments in. In regular houses. There's Mexicans that drive cars and don't just ride on horses and all my God, they have cell phones. We'll my God. There's Mexicans with cell phones. Televisions all my God. Yes, wonderful. You know? So I thought that was cool and, oh my God, Mexicans with trans lawyers, how progressive. So that was awesome a. and then finally, when there is kids on a show, I'm always like, fuck this kid is going to ruin everything. There's nothing that I hate more than an annoying, bad child actor all my God. You know what ruined madman Fermi that little girls such bad actor is wanted to punch that kid in the head like why they hire these actors, these kids actors, but let me tell you the girl on Gaza less Florida's whole leash. Shit. That is amazing. Actor, go back if you've already seen the show go back to the scene where they're sitting in the diner and and the family tells her brother, I think, and her and and the older sister tell the little girl that her mother has passed away and the reaction that that girl gave our. I remember that is the realist reaction of if it was incredible. It was she is such a great actor and she's kind of goofy, but that's her character. You know what I mean? Like this is a tool of melodrama and sentimentality like the weight of the fucking world always falls on the kit. It's become like like think about the kids on the border right now in how they've been exploited their image like the the weight of politics in all. I mean in movies too, like sometimes always falls into the kids. So the idea for us to find empathy through the bodies of kids not in this. Show man like this is a girl who knows what's up. She's the only fuck insane and the whole little girls amazing is the is the only sane person in that erecting show correct that little girl and the and the suck puppet. The only sane people on this show. Yeah, I appreciate also the queer representation because like I started, I started rewatching this soap opera from the nineties Kameda them web, and I remember being teenager coming out of the closet in that show, they talk about almost sexually three what you're gay. Okay. I didn't wanna I didn't wanna come out officially. Yes, I am gay since nineteen eighty two. My God. I support you gaseous which has here. So I, I must have been like twelve thirteen years old in the fact that I heard the word almost six, wild Mexican TV. I was glued to the fucking show because again. Representation. So I watched the whole entire soap-opera hoping that theme of homosexuality will come out again because I couldn't see myself represented absolutely anywhere in here. We are like what? Fifteen years later or so, and not like twenty years later, and they're so much that has happened. And in even though it's like da like this type of topics should become an, especially when he comes to to quickness. It's still very, very, very different from anything that we've seen before. And that's not to say the Casella Laura's lives in a vacuum. There's, there's a lot of other shows that. America has been putting off for a while, one of his so to find, and also the Quenneville started before, but they're all super hetero normative. So this is why people are going crazy for the show like if you haven't watched it like you have to tune in, it's so good. Yeah. And if you and if you don't speak Spanish. Well, guess what made me? It's unnaturally and you can watch it dubbed an English and I actually started watching it an English just to see if it translates does it. It's not as good. It's not, but it's but they did a great job like they did a really good job capturing the tone of it. So if if you are wondering like, oh, I don't know if the shows remain because I don't speak Spanish. I'm not going to get it. I can read so fast with subtitles, what you can watch it in English and it's, it's pretty good. It's. I mean, especially if you don't know what their original voices sound like. I think you'll be fine. Yeah. And I mean employs there's this thing called subtitles. Well, that's what I'm saying. Sometimes sometimes it's so visual. You don't have time to read the subtitles, you know. So I feel like I don't know. Like in Mexico, I grew up reading, subtitles and say, was a kid because like that's all you go watching the movie theater, right? It's not even a thing like we don't even think about it. And somehow here in the states watching a movie with subtitles, like it's like this is like a job. I don't. I don't know what's crazy is I just started watching everything with subtitles anyway, even if it's an English. Yeah, I watch it with subtitles, just so that I couldn't got sick and learn how to read. Not only that like like I can. I watch British shows without subtitles, even cooking the name of the one. You like the cooking show. The British. Bake off. I started watching that and I need all watch the new season. Those people. Oh my God. Okay. Florida's, I guess we are also. One thing that I loved about it to that I didn't mention is that the fact that the family goes to therapy is awesome. So typically shout out to the show for putting a Mexican family in therapy like they all not all of them. But most I mean, even though the situation is really fucked up, at least they're going there because turns out that there who we think he is, oh my God, it's a soap opera y'all got to watch right. And if you wanna hear more Ladan voices talking about this show, please listen to governor teaching episode castle. Florida's n. Viva, which is one of our favorite. Beforehand, I'm lucky killers and Netflix, or Netflix and chill healers episodes over a year ago. They talk about those two things, and it's a great great episode and I'll put the link in the website. Yes, there's a lot of lat next podcasts that I've talked about it, so make sure you if you have an app, like I think it's called like a cast or cast Boggs or Stitcher. You can search and just search Gaza Ladas, and you can find a lot. I know that silver mess up podcasts did an episode about Las Florida's and a lot of different podcasts have mentioned it. So definitely listen to that. Okay. Yes, bitch, they just released the new season of the great British baking show or whatever. On high flicks it's trash. Don't watch it because guess what? Mary berry is not there and melons. There's a weird guy. Yeah, fucked that guy and motherfucker did black face like last year, like don't support that show with that guy in it. So I found out the t bitch. Because I was like where the fuck is Mary berry and wise and she on the screen right now tasting this three layer, gosh, cake. Fuck. So you wanna know what happened. Tell me I'm probably going to make this shit up because I read it really quick when I it, but this is the story that I made up my head. So what happened was is the show got really popular in east. It used to air on BBC in in England in the UK, not just an England, there's more countries, so they sold that show too. So we've been watching British bake off. Other great British baking. It's called British bake off in the UK, but it's called the great British baking show here because some copyright bullshit from Pillsbury. I'm not gonna get into that. Oh, what I am going to get into is that I think it was like. I wanna say like maybe like six, seven season around. Then the producers started to kind of influence the hosts, sue and Mel till like in like, kind of like start drama between some of the people because they wanted to be more of a drama reality show right? And Mel and sue were song comfortable by that because that show prides itself on just being like such a nice show where people are just baking and getting along. You know, that's what he's in. That's why people love it. I fall asleep watching it, so that's a good thing. It's a good thing. Yeah. Yeah. So shout out to curse. Yes, took hurston who falls asleep listening to our podcast, you shade. So. So okay, she probably not going to. She doesn't even know that. I said that because he's already slow being by this point. Yeah, we're on snooze so dreams. Sweet dreams. Sweet dreams. Carson. Okay, so what happened where they try to do some fake drama between Mellon, sue and one of the people, whatever. And they walked off the set Mary berry was upset about it, but the show must go on right cut to next season and they, they offered something like twenty five million dollars to change the show from BBC 'em from BBC to channel four, which is like the trash reality show channel, which is like the only thing I watch anyway. So I don't know. I'm talking shit, but. When I was in the UK that's all I watch. But yeah, Mary berry was like, I'm not going to go to that channel like what the fuck this, this I want this show to stay classy and I don't want it to become survivor. And that's what the producers wanted to do, like make it more dramatic like US shows because it's so popular here in the US. And so then Mary berry, sue and Mel left the show because we'll see the otas sold the show without telling them that they were going to sell it like from under them, and they didn't have contracts for any of the people on the show. So the only person that stayed was Paul Hollywood, and he's though he's the only one that's there from the original cast of the great British baking show. Wow, that's fucking crazy. Ron decided to sell the show without even considering the actors and nothing like that. I mean, the the host or anything? Yes. And to be honest, I watched the last season. That's on Netflix with the new host that that weird rock and roll dude that has like a his face looks like. Going downhill awareness shrink year h I was gonna say that I was like this shrink, Dink lick and s phase. He looks like Laffy taffy. I don't know what the fuck is wrong with his face. He does. He does. You know, like when you get Laffy taffy and you're like roll it up into a ball anyway. That's how it looks. That guy is great when he's like being a weirdo, like he was on that show mighty Bouch to watch that. No. Okay. Anyway, he's just not funny. He's not good. And then the other host, I like the other host, but I don't know. They just don't have good chemistry British bake off. What are you doing? Whatever you need to pay Mary berry to come back, please at least bring Mary berry back. That's who I wanna see. I wanna see Mary berry. I wanna see her in and in some like high waisted, mom jeans like I miss her. I miss met only not only we miss her like we wanna hear her voice. Yes, yes. Does that that we want that wrinkled face and age d with like smeared lipstick on her top lip? I need to see it. I'm sick of seeing that fucking asshole. Paul Hollywood's fucking bloated, alcoholic red face looking as he can go home. I don't care about him and his blue eyes. That's all you got going for. You dude like come on. Him day just mad. I love Mellon SU. There were so good and Mary Berry's dislike the ultimate, like cooking, grandma, baking, grandma. She's so awesome bitch. Remember remember when we had our episode with, you'll see that we were trying to come up with names or fake managers like that will be a good name, Paul, Hollywood. No, let's let's have Mary. Sorry, Mary berry will be less somebody's real name. Boy. I know. It just sounds like is just like a good Becky name that we need for fake secretary. I, you know. Yeah, true. True, true. True. True. Okay. Well, I'm running out of time. I I need to go, but let's take a little break and then come back with recommendations. Are you ready? I'm ready deleted. Oh my God, bubbly to. I am so hungry and this is the future, and I'm in Las Vegas. Place that I want to be. You know what it is. Let me guess. Lorena. Linda, Mitch, the original, yes, yes, yes. The originally took on on eastern. I'm so excited because they have partnered with Latinos, who lunch and if you go there, you can say guess what made me? I listen to, you know, sue lunch gimme a twenty five percent discount and they're gonna look at you and be like way Latinos, who lunch are you? Sure. And you're gonna say, yes, let's do lunch. The podcast, they said that if we listen to them and we come here, we get a discount on our meal and the waiters going to be like, are you sure? Yes. And then they give you twenty five percent off. Can you believe that exactly what happen to be? I went there and they look at me like I was crazy like they can legally host. Yes, you know why? Because it's white when it's not white people doing because you know why people love a discount girl. So they're so confused when it's not what the discount this is a call to act. Shen Latinos in Las Vegas. When you ask for the discount, don't be, don't be afraid. Don't be ashamed. You work really hard. Let me choke on loves us and we loved them and we love their their food or had made not as the chips girl that chips. The salsa. Lasker Nita. Coca Cola elect pinches physical Lucienne away. I fucking missed that shit, so good. Linda Mitch can save water, drink Margaritas, didn't it? And we're bad. Yeah. Hi shirt, you're wearing. It's like torque quals with. It looks like beaches that are set up road kill that you put on your wow, look at that. You have like a course it had front, so this is what? Yeah, it goes along with my fug in stone for energy. What is it? What's donor you wearing? If the monkey. Yeah. My locate. And then this had was actually hand-stitched in mature con. Oh, how Antic? Okay. Pilsen Pilsen is getting the Mexican out of me. Oh, oh, that's what it took. Move to you moving to Chicago to take the Mexican out. All right. So do you have any recommendations this week, bubble keys? I do. I don't have music, but I do have recommendations. So I started watching cartoons with my boo, and I was like, I never watch cartoons, and this is a series from two thousand seven. Two thousand eight is call avatar that lasts air bender a heard of this bitch. This is the perfect show the development of the character. Everything is fucking amazing. I'm not even going to tell you what it is is just a made up world where where they're fighting against once once nation, which is a fire nation, and a lot of things happened in between at the end, you start realizing the wheel need each other. And it's a beautiful thing because in in media in the US we pretend to celebrate diversity. And what we do is we highlight difference and this show is doing the opposite or did the opposite. So fast forward to couple years later, they actually tried to do. Movie the movie's fucking terrible. All the characters in the movie are actually the white, and that's the opposite of what you see in the show like it's so different and in the in the cartoon. But I just find out today out to get from Dallas who gave me this information. They're, they're, Netflix is actually putting together a series of the show, and they actually said that they said, we are very conscious about the fact that this is going to they're going to be Brown characters, people of color, not just white characters, which was one of the reasons why people hated that fucking horrible movie. There wasn't even called avatar because there was some conflict with, you know, like that bad movie with the blue people. So again, the cartoons, you can find them on. I tunes his avatar, the last heir bender. I know they're cartoons, but it's probably the most adult the most San and the most beautiful thing you're going to see in a while. So yes, thank you. I'm going to recommend an album. So no names. New album came out last week and I've listened to it a few times and it is amazing. I gotta get into the listen to that, and I also want to. Recommend that you gone? I tunes and like little said, even though we don't identify as Hispanic on this show and I actually tweeted today like thanks for the shout, but we haven't identified as Hispanic since the nineties so, but I I was all about that too, but it's okay. It's not. It's not. I tunes fault because they didn't make up this fake holiday month or whatever that is happening. So, but thank you. And I suggest that you look through that apple podcast lists. We tweeted it so you can check it out. We'll probably reach read it a couple more times so you can all click on there. There seems to be some podcasts that I've never heard before. So I'm super excited. And of course, some of our faves are on there like window and. Governor in Ghana's supermassive course. It's awesome to see all of our friends. Being celebrated. So shout out to apple podcasts for doing that. You know, I always am torn about it because it's a k Latin x podcast exists all year long. So I want also gives shout out to Spotify because Spotify actually shouts out Latin x podcasts all year long. So a lot of a lot of my cousins. That have Spotify once in a while, we'll go into the discover section or the browse section, and there sometimes as a tab for like Latino podcasts, and we're usually on that on the top of those lists. So shadow to all of the podcast apps that have Latino podcast as a category because of his ability is a port when it comes to being represented on all of those apps. That's right. That's right. And thank you. Everybody for their patients. I know we haven't done what China's every other week like we normally do. Things are crazy, but here we are and thank you for stay tune staying to. Yes, you got that gas, you wanna do again or is that okay? It isn't away. You know what? I really am excited about what I'm going to go to Malla in January for like two or three weeks, and I wanna come back with fake ads. Because hanging out with your bitch, as I talk like a fucking, I'm not gonna say what I was gonna say. I sound like a Mexican. Have a way I know. I know I'm going to be attacked attacked by your by the Mexico, hive by your people like your people. But I also want to give a couple shoutouts wide. Just wanna give shots to all of our listeners have been so supportive. You know, it is really hard to do this podcast specially with us living in different cities now, and I'm like pretty much every month. I'm in a different city. So I have to carry on my recording equipment with me, but I haven't had time to express my gratitude for the people that have been donating on Ben MO and on cash app and on pay Powell. We're saving all that money because I, what I really really want to do is actually hire somebody to help us so that our show can come out. I mean, it's it's coming out every week, but somebody help us produce the show so that it's it's easier for us and then also to set up a merch store because I know y'all want Latinos who lunch merge. We just literally above a little teaching class. He's a professor. I'm installing artwork pretty much eight to twelve hours a day eight to twelve hours a day every day, and it's it's, this is really a labor of love for us. So we really appreciate it into all the listeners who, like, I mean, I'm shot to my friend Zack, for example, who is also who who came out all the way to Pennsylvania to help me with my installation who was originally a listener. Now, friend people like Louise people like, you know, so many of our supporters, it's because of you that keeps this podcast going. So just a big, big shout on a big virtual hug to all of you. Because in retrospect. We should have probably taken a summer hiatus like most podcast, but you know we, that's how that's how busy we are. We don't have time to plan. So instead of planning, we just keep doing this podcast. But you know what I mean? Meal. All right. I'm done talking. Are you done girl, get some. Then I gotta go find some more delicious Mexican foods. 'cause I'm hungry. I'm gonna go meet up with some friends. I'm so excited in. I think we're going to go to Brooklyn. I don't know this first of all, all my God. Can I talk about something real quick. Fantasy about New York City that I don't understand like this place is fucking gross. Like this place is. So you know, I've traveled the fucking world and this is the thirties, you know what? This is the thing. This is what I want is wanted to bring up also because that. This is that people talk so much shit about like third world countries and Mexico. Already being dirty. I'm like, bitch, have you ever been to New York? Like I love it. I get the charm of New York subways we will, but. Yeah, you never heard that expression. So I'm from the Bronx now, so I can say that. So. Oh my God, and I'm also wearing red. That's not good thing, but. Okay anyway. So listen been. I've been to many places in Mexico and no, no city in Mexico compares to how dirty the city at. Exactly. Thank you so much for that. I'm just saying, I am just saying I get it ago. I love arm. I love. I love squeezing into buses and subways, like a fucking sardine. I get it. It's part of the experience. Like what the fuck. Anyway, that being said, any New York listeners reach out. Remember going to be at scum on Friday in Brooklyn, and then I'm going to be at Letterman as live taping, join me if I do another. If I do a meet up, maybe I'll do a meet up next week. I'll put it on my social media so we can all hang out. Okay. Okay. And as always you can visit us at Latinos, who lunch dot com Email is openness. You know what? When is, do we need to? We should record a listener letter episode next week we have so many letters. 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Hi, this is and this is and we are Latino much the podcast. We talked about important things like. Visit I sort of St Louis. The right one. Hello. Hello. Could show. Hi, Bob Alito. Hey, heavy TWA. I like that one. How are you? Good. I'm full full. Yes. Oh, that's good. Well, it had a really good lunch. Yeah. The company of really good. Oh my gosh. We have a very very special guest today, but very special the one and only might they from the famous podcast governess itching onus is here in the studio, the top podcast of Latinos who lounge from two thousand seventeen. Yes. That's right. We're both tops. Everything's changing. Hi, might they. All right. How you doing good? Now that I'm here with you guys. Oh, gays gay. The gay agenda. So what did we have for lunch everyone? We had this little superman Christian place in. In Boyle heights support. Local they've been there. Forever has tech support triggering businesses. We had. She liked lists. On chiller salvo that shit was good as Angeles. Ultima Headey continue. It was I love those killers my favorite. What do you think? That's what it takes wrong. Because were crushing look. They went to the fucking volcano that stone and shape, it'd be they were actually there. They were. Okay. They were really good. You can listen to their fucking good. I just I think they were just fine. No that sauce has he's telling me how about I'm telling you. I feel about tell you the truth. This are known and amazing. That's because they're no one's an amazing, basic, okay? They can think about is the chiller killers. Shadow do yet in Mexico City who took me to this place, coach killers. That's a fucking rate name and the killers where they were pretty fucking killer. I did like that the at this place. We went to really crispy. Yeah. I think that's important to have the balance. You know, what I didn't like is the treatment of the presentation like the eggs should have been on top of the list. Really, you know. Yeah. I don't like when they help. According to Rick Bayless. Sprig of salon show on the top with a Watkin. Chapa lean. Reduction. With chomping Yoenis. Anyways. But there's so many. Well, we talked about it a little bit in the sunshine episode about the differences within she lives. Yes. Right. You can get saggy lucky. Liz, Aggie baby a hard. Look you. Okay. This were like perfect consistency. Let's talk about I just wanna talk about personally like how your family makes you lucky. How does your mom? Make them my mom rarely makes this. So I don't even remember. But my aunt she like Rosa shadow two rows of Sega. Hey, Seda, you know, hydros, she's puzzle. Anyway. He vindicated us like strips. Fuck in cooks them. She lives in order. Yes. I knew it cooks them super crispy and then the sauce so it's a little bit seiger than what we God. But what I like about you like, this is the process of Saginaw. It's so you get. Oh, okay. So you get you get the the crispy and by the by the time you finishing the letter Sacchi. That's a good likely. Yeah. Gang bangers. Sagging. You know, what that means in jail, right? Shifting. Well, my mom is glut Amal. And so she's like fuck y'all Mexican I'm doing my ship my way, and she starts with a little bit of a corn oil in my coma. Sola that's all. And then to put the little she puts onions in it, and she like infuses onion. So you know, how you can cook the until like black ends, and then take it out, and then she puts fresh onion. And so till it starts to caramelized a little bit. And then. And then she puts tortillas cut up like chips, and she Chris them up really nice with the onions with salt and onion, and then she makes salsa and pours it on top. And then puts the on top of that. And actually scrambles she scrambles it and then puts this on top. So it's like already, and then if you wanna get fancy put some cheese in it. And and then after that, there's this powdery quantum all and cheese. And you put that on top of the TSA, let's like layers of sodium and high blood pressure. And your mom Mambi making some soggy as. But I mean, I honestly when I was growing up I didn't like Sheila. So I would make her like I wouldn't make her do matters instead a little bit. What is that? It's like you just tomato sauce. Now, I'm like all about the spice, but she doesn't make food anywhere. Freeholder to good. What is that? It's like you make you make a bean sauce. Ooh. The best infra collapse. I had they were in Oaxaca because they're they cook the free Hollis with butter and also what got they Lucia. So that shit is gourmet and it was like on the side of the road. It will. So fuck it was so often thick so tend to go it was so good. But yeah, every are they were not my favorite growing up. But now, I crave them. So. Enough about what her tears. Coveney special. What? Forgot her Dave his loser. Whatever she's like. So how's your food is like thought the signs? Oh, yeah. If. And how do you make that as the everything that's all Mexican food is? Sure different. We love it. We love it. It's just so might the urine LA you've been here for a while. Now, tell us about moving from Texas shut out to all the may seem podcasters in Texas. Yes, I miss all of you guys in a hit you at the same time. So I have to say my reached out to us. I believe a while back and I had a residency in Austin, Texas. And I said, hey, I want to come to Dallas. And visit y'all you're like great. You can stay with me stranger. And I was like, okay. So I went out there and recorded a couple episodes with you, which was so awesome. And we became instant friends. Listener. So yeah, tell us a little bit about. Yeah. Texas and your podcast why you decided to start one. I was born and raised in Dallas, Texas. And I don't know. I always I never really felt at police. There's something that I had recently been talking about. I don't that. I recently realized since being away from home that I never really felt comfortable there being myself. They're always kind of like a triple stack of coats witching over there. And but I now that now that I'm away from it. Like, I also miss it. I don't know. But it's it's only I've only been here like not even a year yet. And I'm already can only Texas of the place that I wanted is it not that I wanna live. How long have you been in LA? I've been in LA, I think like nine months. Yeah. Not long at all. And I just I it's not like necessarily see like, oh, this is my home. I love it here. Even though I do really like it here. But I also don't see Texas home anymore, which is really weird. And why did you move to LA because according to every single source that I could look up. Basically, the only place that you can become a screenwriter for television is here. This is the place to be if you wanna get anywhere near the business, man. That's that's what I wanna do are you actively working on some scripts and working on one right now. Yeah. Honestly, I wish I had been actively working on at the last nine months, but I wasn't everybody has a process. So sometimes you can ride one in two weeks, and sometimes it will take you two years. So yeah, yeah. I'm totally working on right now. Procrastinating, but I'm doing it bull. You also work. You also have a podcast. So I mean, it's a lie. She is busy. Can I can I pitch a script? You. Tremors single tremor seeing south of the border. Okay. So the tremors. You remember tremors? Those snakes that burrow under the ground lost snakes. Well, they're like these creatures burrow under the ground. Reba wasn't one of them. Reba mcintire. But this is a twist they're working with with all of the documented people in the United States and the tremors. They're building tunnels under the wall to get us over here. And it's a scary movie for white people. It's like not get out but get in. Tremor single again. I was just talking about get out. It was just such a fantastic film. Good. Yeah. Okay. Back to your podcast. So what is your podcasts about? And why did you start it? My pockets is covered on etching on us and me and my co host Fred buy pizza who like met on the internet eight years ago or something like that we used to talk about queer film, sometimes crew TV basically since since I have had Twitter like we've been talking about it ever since then. And you know, there's been very few sources for like queer things and general Crear media in the past and auto straddle was one that we used to we used to visit frequently and they put out this list of lake best films best queer films or whatever with women at him. And we're like it's missing so much missing this missing. And we just don't know we show like we thought we could do a better, and we're like, and she was really into podcast casting. She's really into you guys in particular. And she showed me some of the podcast. And I was like, you know, what I'm looking down. This sounds really fun, actually. So we started a podcast. And now, we just talk about representation, not just queer. But POC representation we try to concentrate more on like. And lesbians because it's what we are. So that's what we do. You. I fell in love with you guys one time. You were I think it wasn't the some of the first episodes, the you were describing a movie, and then you think it was fry puppy toe said, oh, there's a straight kiss. I think both of you at the same time when like. Like, oh, my God does freaking out show ever. Because this is the thing in media in popular culture. We're always trying to reverse the formula the problem with that is that when you reverse the formula you end up Ray, forcing the stereotypes you're like, I'm just gonna do a show with lab next lawyers. But that's a reminder of the stereotypes at the same time. So they reinforce each other. When you don't push that. And he falls naturally. That's what you get good results. So your show started to reverse the formula without even trying. That's just what you guys are. And that's in itself important political statement because it's not actively trying to undo something. And then it's an it's turn and dubs reinforcing the same old tros, and they same shed. You guys are just doing you doing what you like. And the result is fucking amazing. This is why we talked about it. And what we made it like our favorite podcast last year. And I mean, you guys are always one of the two goal parkas that will listen to even when you guys are fucking drunk. Sometimes have no idea what the fuck is happening. But I'm living God those days. The first twenty episodes are ninety percent Strunk. Yeah. Pretty great. But if those while I have a lot of like, stage freight and speaking frightens at least put Mike in front of my face, and I would freeze up on better about it now. So I had to drink, and that's how I could talk in front of Mike. But yeah, it was just an also always a lot of fun. Yeah. Shout out to your brother. We drink all his alcohol. Waitress guests, remember that? Oh, yeah. I remember. Yeah. Drink anymore. So it's fine. So what are some of the like the positive things or some of the feedback that you guys have gotten because I know you were just featuring fears do and some other people starting to pay attention to what you guys are doing. Yeah. Mostly what I've loved about. It is people like which is nothing like you said, it's not something that we set out to do people who are like. Wow. Like take a break from white this male voices. Like, this is where you gotta be because we're we're not we're not any of those things. And like I'd never saw as that thing is like some sort of break from whatever like I saw this just like a span Girling. That's what I thought of my podcast as I. But people kind of look at us like completely just like this thing that's just completely separate from their day-to-day lives. Yeah. That's so fucking cooling. I know like a couple of listeners are like lawyers or law students or they're like all kinds of different like, a priest. You know what I mean like? That's awesome. So many different things. And I was just like how do people like I thought that it was just going to be like a few other like lesbian. So that would be listening to. But it's been just like such a variety of people, and that's been so nice. But that's that's also why it works with the formula. Because you're doing it for you guys. You're not doing for anybody. And what's awesome about it? Is that what you guys are doing for you for you? It's filling avoid that that it's a lot of people have been looking for for a long time. So I think that's what you get those successful. When you try to brand formulate sometimes you end up with a product that looks like other things. But when you're just doing it for you, and your friend and some people happen to tag along. That's what you get the good results. And in shows it shows in the in the episodes experience. So since your podcast is about gay media and POC media. Let's focus on the gay though. Sure, what are some of your favorite game movies television shows maybe something that you're watching right now? Good, and this is going to come out in the future. So we're going to probably be talking about old shit by the time. It's comes out. But it's still good to talk about it. Actually, I've been watching started watching this Canadian she'll called burden of truth and also fucking pleasantly surprise and forget like it's Canada. Like, of course, it's going to be a little bit better. But I because they had to allegedly minor characters like these two teenage girls one white girl and one indigenous grow, and they they couple together. And I was like all they're going to have like probably like this. There's only one season out. So I was like two or three scenes that I get to enjoy this whole season. They're in every single fucking episode. And they're like affectionate touching each other. It's not like that in like, we don't talk about it type of thing. Like, it's actually in every single sewed seven watching that a lot and I'm really excited about it. But other things that I've been watching actually diet land is only a little bit gay. What is it? I it land I land. What is that on to? Okay. It's based on a book, which I read the book recently. It's so good. It's all about this woman. Who is she's fat? And she doesn't wanna be she's doing everything power to not be and she has been her whole life relatable. And then she just finally like. It gets a bunch of people in her life who see her. She is which is beautiful regardless in like, that's not even that's not a negative factor. The factor, but it's not a negative factor for once in her life. And that's kind of what the show is about. Plus throws in shitload of activism, like really hardcore feminism like chop off the man's penis. Minimum. Nice. So I'm enjoying the data that show all good stuff. And then pose is really good right now surprised how much I like that. I was a little worried because the acting is kind of in the first episode. But then you Murphy. A Ryan Murphy show. But then I couldn't believe that all the trans characters were TRAN transact. There's I'm like, well, this is an important. So over one hundred and fifty transistors were cast was stewed. You gotta watch I'm going to it's incredible. And then once, you know, the mother of the house of abundance once you see that she's based on crystal Beija, which is from have you ever seen that movie the Queen? That's that's another game. She's actually talking just like her. So it sounds like it's like bad acting. But she's actually emulating crystal the Beijing. So it totally makes sense because it's like this. It's like this weird thing that happens in the gay community like either sound like really heard or you sound like a British person. Hello, darling. How are you talked? So she's unlike the British side, so she like pronounces over pronounces a lot of shit. Yeah. It's so funny so drama. Yeah. It's it's really it's really fucking good though. Like, I was really surprised and one of my coworkers. Actually, he worked on the pilot. And he was telling me because I was like, oh, I heard that like Ryan Murphy like took the backseat on this. Like, he really like just concrete at a space transpeople work in it. And I think that's true. Yes. Like, but he's still directed. The first sewed. Okay. But then I think I mean, Janet mock is one of the producers so and then she ended up directing I think the fifth episode or six episode. She's heavy alcohol, which is good. Yeah. So that's really cool. Hopefully, the keep those why producers and check these there's white people actually playing ping pong right outside of our studio right now. Let me go talk to them. And Secondly like. Good. Good. It's like it's like backwards. You're taking the power, you know, how white women are calling the cops on everything it's going to be you. Sport. Belong to. Use petting on your table. To me. Like. I want to jump in it. That's so funny. Okay. Bring. Okay. Okay. So pose and then. Then fuck what does watching like slacking because I've been watching more movies lately and not not gate. One's interesting gonna break. My guess straight. Just tells the truth it blames scissor don't blame me. My head touching five years. We speak. No, we're so solved. Okay. The studio right now. In five minutes when you're done. No, we promise wouldn't do anything. Unless from the quotas radio is in the same room. Oh, her bracelet. We're triple. Wow. Little how about you. I don't even watching geisha because you are the guest was going. I haven't what what's going on. I'm watching on my block that on my block. You said said TV show that takes place here's south so centrally. Yes, how centrally and it's just teenagers and dealing with everyday life. But he's fucking hilarious. I've also just have one episode away from finishing with love the level. This meal bitch would just got into it in what? But I should so good. So good, so good. So good on Netflix. There's like twelve. I saw it in here. What no I typed yesterday. And it wasn't here. It's an Netflix in Mexico. Not here. Really netflix. Maybe McCaw go anyway. Shitting yourself. When it goes too far. Like, I'm glad you're shitting on a regular basis. I'm just so happier. Pooping now regulating my of movies with my booth, but nothing explicitly gay. I mean, I guess watching mighty Felix is movies in all her glory. It's yeah. Because we're always like, ooh. Jazz clean come through. I browse the if you wanna see money Alex in all her glory with all her fucking amazing dresses Dona the they want to watch. It is. So good. Let's see. So recently, I've watched I've been on planes a lot. So I've gone to watch a lot of the geisha that I missed last year and the year before so like fantastic woman. Frozen. Very inappropriately. What did I watch commie by your name? I heard it was really good. There's one scene where it's absolutely amazing. Yeah. The rest of it's okay. Yeah. I liked the movie I just have a problem with movies that like normalized pedophilia and movie does that because the kid is actually seventeen and the guy he's fucking with is like four twenty five twenty five thirty. I mean in real life, probably like thirty something like twenty three thirty years. And down. Why people are aging, right? So. They smoke a lot in the movie, but I did like the scene where actually made me cry with the dad talking to him because the dad just kind of knew what was going on. And that was like really that's a pri- that caught me caught me off guard because that's not like the narrative we're used to is like the data accepting the sun for who. He is what they did in the movie to make it. Okay. Was to make the kid make the first moves. So like, so it was like the kid wanting the older man kind of that doesn't make it. Okay. No, Italy things when Italy, I guess, they have different age restrictions. Yeah. But it's also here in two in the states here like age of consent is sixteen in some states, only if you're within a certain age range with that kind of story setting in Italy. It's just like this platonic thing philosopher and and to a loop. No, it's like a very classical thing that somehow back in the day was accepted like in. The classical time. So yeah. Liberate. I'm sure yeah. Totally. What else have I seen? Fantastic woman. Yes. That was really great. I sell wrinkle in time. I wasn't impressed. Most people weren't I haven't even seen it yet. That movie was awful. I was like what is this? Okay. This is a movie that would have benefited from some gay people working on it a makeup on those women. They should have hired raven. They should hired some drag queens to like do the makeup on. Simoni raven the drag Queen who does repulse makeup now. Night is girl talking right? Let me tell you about ravens home, which I've been watching. Yes. That's all. I want to say is. I've never seen Oprah with crusty dusty makeup on until this movie. Like, yes, I love good over like that it Disney money, right? Like come on. That is this. They hired some drag queens the fuck him up. It would've looked amazing. I mean, Mindy Caliente look good. But everybody else in it anyway. And I don't understand what the fuck the movie is like what the bitches turned into a plant. I'm done with this. I fucking man turned into a tuba and. Eight greens. Let's see what else I'm watching pose. I'm watching my house on by sland, which is like a docu series about the ball scene now. And I just watch a lot of drag Queen shit so drag race Thailand. Greige? I didn't finish watching the switch from because the way too long, and it was like four. So it's a week and didn't use also there like racist. Fuck. Yeah. I mean so is repulsed drag race. But we still watch that. So yeah, that's what I've been consuming. How about you? Oh, you're. You said nothing. So okay. I have my fair gay film of all I want to know what your one is. Let's talk about it. Which was yours is called undertow under. Yeah. I have heard of it. Tell me about it. It's a movie the takes place in barrow in a tiny little village. So this gay this gay couples spent some time there, and it's just a lot of things about being gain this mall town, and it all leads to a funeral scene. That will fuck in the store you it's so it's such a beautiful thing because it's not like over the top. It's not your typical. It's just happens to be a love story. But it's all it all leads to that funeral scene. So I won't say anything more because I want everybody to watch it. But. Issue. It's yes. In Spanish Peruvian. It's in Spanish, and it's called undertow undertow. I think in Spanish his contract Corean. Oh, yeah. That's my favorite gay film of all time. Interesting. Fucking com. It's it's a British film called imagine me. And you oh, I haven't seen it. But yeah, it has Lena hedonist who is associate killer like everybody and incest Queen on game of thrones. She's in it. And so is piper Otto. And it's it's actually a really basic as cons up. Whereas like to like this just gets married, and then she has love at first sight moment with being a Haiti's character, and they deal with the consequences of it and shit like that. But I just I don't know. It was the first movie that I ever saw that was lake nice to clear people or like, it wasn't like somebody's hiding secret. And like, and then they're betraying people like on purpose because they want to you know, what I mean, they just they just don't feel like they made them seem like villains. And I don't know I fucking love the shit out of that movie. And I used to I remember I was like fifteen or sixteen when I saw this movie like in Mexico at you know, they used to go to those. Little not blockbuster the publishers. Tell me more. All I saw was like who's like a bride and groom. And then this other girl on the two were holding has behind their back behind his back. And I'll just like they can do that. And like I can secretly rented the movie and secretly watched the movie like this whole ordeal. Anthro those they would call. It was it was it was not even be the center. It was just like a stand alone one. Yeah. It was great. And so yeah, that was just the first time that I'd ever seen anything that was cannon gay. It wasn't just an undertone. It wasn't just like a one off kiss. But it's the first time that I ever saw anything like that. And they have had a happy ending never seen that the first game movie. I saw before I ask you. It wasn't a really gave. It's a movie was at college movie called threesome. Yeah. And it was all about the three some seen in our teenager. Now's like. Is. Can just shake you to your core sadly enough. I was like I need to go to college. Like, I would. And so that's when I started thinking about college because of that fucking scene. It is what a call it a word. He worked was your favorite gay. Whoa. My favorite gay movie. Oh, that's a great question at there's so many movies, and everyone that I'm thinking about is so fucking problematic. But let's see what's my favorite game movie. I think the liking. What's that movie over and over again, there's so many gay characters in that movie the doom by the electrons on him. Classic like chicken sick and hawk drink scar. Scar is totally. Every villain very feminine. We're talking about. We're talking about lying came villain. Every okay. Let's get into it. Every villain on every Disney movie is a gay character from Ursula from. Did you know that she was based on divine the makeup and everything? No drag makes sense Joe far Aladdin who turns out to be like, the even the voice actor. I think he's allegedly a pedophile. So that's not even perfect casting. Yeah. And then. Scar in The Lion King. Let's see what other just said Disney. What we krill the DeVille? She was trans. Let's see beauty and the beast. I sorta got homeboy oh guest on total gay gay gay gay captain hook that Queen Dan though. Holy shit. She is fierce God. Yeah. Pocahontas the fucking poodle. Oh, yeah. I don't remember that raccoon to he gave me a little southern. Honestly, though, if you want to ten minutes of Pocahontas where it's just her and like she's rejecting homeboy, and then she's like super cool with that girl. I always like in my head. I was like she just likes the girl, but at the foot and John Smith ruin my life. Yeah. So I mean, a lot of these movies pellets enough, a real my favorite queer film. That's hard to say. I want to say the birdcage just because it was like the first time I've seen it. But it's fucking love them. It's such a you know, it's like two one food the birdcage like all those old game movies. They're like so problematic because they like h will no they like paint gay people in a certain way. But it was the first time that I'm like, oh, this is like people are celebrating it and seeing it and positive way. And I think that was a positive experience fucked up Latino character to me. He was quashed Amal and. Relatable? When she wants to. I don't remember remember remember when she goes I deal. He has a Cuban accent. And he's. This is not this is not believable. God was there a moment in film in your film watching history where what was the you? Remember that moment where you're like fuck. Hey, yeah. I had to and I don't know which one came first because I just kind of went through a lot of my younger life being like, oh shit M. I, and I would completely push out of my mind, but those two times, but the main one that I talk about is during this movie called what does that John Tucker movie called kill John? Tucker must die dying. This like typical fucking like high school bullshit movie. But there's a scene where homegrown who used to be on one tree hill for her name. But she kisses Brittany snow, and like she's teaching her how to kiss like really good or whatever. And I was excused because they always they always looking to that shit like women just to have them, whatever they make up some excuse for it. And that was excusing that movie, but those are for some that I saw it. And like, I remember goes home alone. When I watched that movie, and I repeat it ten times because I had never felt like that excitement before and my fucking life and replayed it like ten times. And then I don't remember like what happened after that? 'cause I didn't think. Was gay after that. I just was really into that scene. Yeah. I didn't realize I was getting some other shit happened. And then yeah, that was one of the moments other moment was on we call thirteen with all the crazy. Yeah. Crazy with even Evan ritual. If it was something, whatever one of those white girls, Lee, she. She also kisses the other on that in that movie. When I was just like obsessed like rewind rewind rewind rewind. Unfortunately, it was like the male gaze that. I don't know. Maybe that's why I didn't realize close like meant for for men like this seems for. So when you watch him movie, you're like, oh, this is not meant for men like this is not with a like gale. I mean, the male gaze, can you tell all really reasonably 'cause it was always for the male gaze Elkin toll recently burden of truth this show that it talked about earlier like they were sweet tweets other. You know what I mean it wasn't about sex. It was them being love, and that's distinct difference. And that made me obsessed with that shit immediately. User moment in film, that you like shed. What do you mean like super gay and that you're like, oh, maybe that's that's what I am. I mean, I already knew like I remember I used to have. I used to have dreams about being best friends with Jonathan Taylor. Thomas. I just want to be his friend and hang out with him all day. And. In retrospect, I'm like, oh, I see. But I remember I used to love that. You know, what it's so funny. I was just thinking about the other day. There's this movie called man of the house, that's really problematic. It's chevy. Chase is done than Taylor. Thomas is like stepdad or like his so, okay. So Johnny tow. Thomas lives like in Seattle or something with his mom who's played by Farah Fawcett, who's a fucking babe even even in her older days and his mother is a found object sculptor. So she just like walks around all day on the beach and finds objects, and then makes these like big like like assemblage like collages on the walls and stuff. And that was the first time like I was exposed to artists like that. So like really affected me. I liked the movie to watch those scenes like to see the mom, even though it was just like driftwood and shells and trash and shit. Like that got my wheels turning the other part of the movie Beetlejuice. The other the other part of the movie is faira faucets. Love interest is Chevy Chase. And he's like trying to win over the love of Jonathan Taylor Thomas character, and he wants to be done within Taylor. Thomas wants to be an Indian guide. Like citgo to to be part of this boy scouts troop. And it's like Indian like native American themes, so like Chevy Chase becomes like a counselor and just that he's and just to like go camping with him and then hilarity ensues in the woods. And they say a lot of fucked up things and trivialized. But I remember one part of the movie where they they're practicing all these white people are practicing, a rain dance to make it rain. And it's like, everybody dance. Do the rate. And it starts to rain. It's so stupid. It's so bad. But that was I wasn't getting feelings like that. But I just remember being I remember having dreams about being like in that movie. That's so fucking weird. But. I don't know there's different movies that have characters that you're like, oh my God. Like Brendon Frazier, and like Georgia the jungle you're like interesting, I really loved this movie or like there's that scene. I remember that scene in dude. Where's my car? Do you? Remember that scene where Ashton Kutcher makes that with the other guy. Just call that was like holy shit. So, you know, things like that just little things. Just little things. Yeah. I have a question. Did you say your movie have one? Okay. Didn't you say did I didn't? So you said you're leaving. When you first got a glimpse of something. It wasn't a movie, but it was like music like there was this singer Beto Cuevas from LA, and they had a sung-chol plus one plus six or some shit like that. And it was about a party where everybody's doing anything with everybody. And I remember hearing the lyrics and just be like, oh, I want to go to that party. In film. No, I don't remember. I mean, I think it was that stupid movie threesome that I was like, Ooh, I want to go to college. Biddle that said like not actually a movie, but I wanted to ask you because now you're so busy, right? You have your full time job. You don't have to talk about your full time job. You also trying to right what kind of responsibility. Now, you feel that you getting more attention with the podcasts of always watching stuff because that's kind of it's in a way. I feel like I mean, you can tell me, but the you feel like it's a job now as opposed to just like you having fun watching stuff. Sometimes it's it's I wish I could just like I'm still into area. Still wanna watch this gay representation. I wanna watch these things I still want to but having to lake actively seek out variety of things because I don't want to do the same thing every time. I don't want it to be white characters every time or whatever it is. That's where I kind of have trouble sometimes on. And that's when it starts to feel like a job because I'm just like, I'm not particularly interested in watching this thing right now. I'm eventually going to watch it. Yeah. But i'm. Pushing it forward on my list, Tucker. Lot of stuff. Yeah. Yeah. Cover at least like one usually is like one movie and one show in each episode. And that's. Three weeks month. So yeah. There's a lot. But I don't know. So it does feel like a job sometimes, and then editing kind of feels like a job sometimes. But at the same time like when I'm actually recording that our I'm like, I'm having fun 'cause I can finally like let out these feelings and all this other shit talk about it. So it's like, yes. And no, you know, what? I mean. Like, it does what it doesn't. But I I don't know. I I don't wanna stop. Because like, I think we're we've had a surge of representation of all sorts. And it's it's such an interesting thing to me to see where some people are failing. And we're people are going, really, right? And what elements affect like always it because they had a gay writer is it because they put more money into it. Like, what's what is it? That's making it good. What's making it bad? Like, even when they're bad like, I'm okay with it like all this drama with then people having mixed feelings about it. I love seeing why they think those things, and I love making my own conclusion of why they're feeling that way. Or why it turned out that? Like, so it's it's been interesting for me as a writer because I one day one, right? A show that's probably going to be this heavily critiqued. And I wanna know why. And what elements is there is there? Something still missing that you looking for in this film's. Is there something that you're still want to see a TV person more than anything the films? Like is it a show where you like this is what I've been waiting all my life or you're like, yes. But I'm still missing this element. I think there are several shows that are covering little things that I'm liking and be that actually covered. A lot of what I wanted to see. And the bull type is doing a lot of what I wanted to see and this movie called circumstance, actually, actually this movie called circumstances. Aclu's place in my heart because it covered a lot of what I have gone through. So I think bits and pieces of all this media. Like there hasn't been one thing that encompassed everything, but I've seen them in little bits of everything which has been really nice. But I wanna make it all together. Are you working on that like on that script kind of kind of? I'm finally letting myself do something that is about more personal things because I've been trying to go like, oh, wow. This shit is wonderful or the political and those mysteries making a statement. And I'm bringing bring myself back hunter and being like just do single. Yeah. So I am kind of working on that. Yeah. All right. 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I think that movie is like really queer, and it's because of what Bobby Donna have talked about like nuns kind of. Being in this like, I mean, they're women, but they're also like genderless like they're supposed to be a sexual, but they're not. And so they they told us really weird line that I really attracted to because they're like, I don't know. I don't know they're very relatable to me. But so sister act was based in Reno, and that was actually based on the movie that Beverly tow showed me call entity near less, which is a model of our movie that's really gay, and it's about like these lesbian nuns in Spain that take a rockstar kinda hostage and end up like all having these dark habits like one's a drug dealer. One writes like dirty novels one is like an animal black-market, trafficker and stuff. And it's so it's so funny. So I recruited scenes from those movies in this gallery. And then while I was there I found out about another movie that I wanna tell you about it's like the lesbian. And Brokeback mountain. Have you heard of this movie called desert hearts have heard of it have you seen? It haven't seen. My dad this movie when I thought of you the sex scene in the movie is so incredible. It's it's like nineties movie eighties eighties or late eighties and the sex scene that happened in the movie actually happened in the building that I was making this this insulation and go small moment. Anyway, all that to say, I'm just building because we have we have a listener question, and it's titled cast from the past from our friend. We locate he says all FIV Bobby lethal this week. I came across five is new project that is influenced by the films distract the movie gave me so much joy growing up. It was influential and reminding me that joy is something to be shared, and that sometimes it is necessary to break the rules as creative people. I think we all carry with us the inspirations shown in different forms of media. Whether it's film, music, comics, etc. My question for you is what film would you have loved to be cast in which has got us, willow. Tae be. What movie would you would like to be in or would have liked to cast in? There is a movie that has become my favorite movie called nassredine by Lisbon male. And he plays this missionary travels around Mexico and all this people follow him. That is the perfect character that explains all the fucked up Latin necks and leading American ideas, we have behind capitalism. I wanted to be nothing. I will love that character not gay or super fucking gay. Yes. Nothing that Lou. I don't have a movie but TV show one day at a time on. Just because I did like, especially when I was younger like I was a lot like a very outspoken very like anything, my mom would say it'd be like that's a fucking hypocritical. Ousting say, and so yeah, that'd be really cool. That'd be playing it out. But with more confidence in an openly gay that'd be really cool. What will we would? I like to be in. Oh my gosh. I'm not to me thinking I'll because I have no fucking idea. Okay. I have another question. What what actor will play the role of your life like in the biopic of of Fowey five who will play the fat guy that plays every fat Mexican guy. The guy who played Diego Rivera that. He would play me Molina. Everybody's always like you look like that guy. And I'm like, okay. So like, all right, Jona hill or Molin. I would play me. Oh, yeah. I wanna be in the movie Freda. That's who I wanna be. Would you be who play me five? I don't know help me with this one. I have no idea. I mean, first of all I never memorize names of actors. But I don't know who would play you in a movie, you know, what I did this'll be a good question for listeners. Okay. Who do you think? Bob little and I would be played in a movie like who would play us at a movie. What do you think? I don't know. I can't think of anything you're so unique looking. Are you? Nobody looks like me. Scarlett johansson? She would definitely try it. I love that people fucking read her for trying to to hear about that play trans- transmitted like a drag king movie. Transkei trans man. Oh my gosh. She jumped out. Yeah. Because people are dragging her on the internet because you played the her excuse was actually actually like bullshit because she's like, okay? You guys let white men do. What can I do it? This a whole lots of Hollywood it such as a wife Eminem bobble, man. Comedown I was years ago, and we're not allowing the shit. No more. She got direct to lick saying that she was going to try to play the tycoons save from the cave. They're like she's gonna try to play all of them movie or no. Oh, you know, who I wanna be hate Hollywood. I wanna be the Princess in like panther Cherie Sherie. That's why I want to. That's why I want to be in a movie if it was a black teenage woman. Michael, Jordan Lamey. She's my favorite Michael Jordan own boku. Oh my gosh. All right recommendation time, I'm gonna come in that movie. What? On control Rinta undertow. Okay. Yeah. Because he really it's a good example for awhile. Netflix was cool. So they had all these Latin American movies. So I remember I spent like two months just watching Peruvian movies because Peruvian film this was like years ago. Peruvian films are mazing there's some really just like the topics they play they're very different from other Latin American movies. And then watching those I came across undertow, and I liked that the acting the story how everything leads to that scene without having to be your typical of this is leading America. We're so surrealism bullshit. It's real and it's beautiful. And it's about it's a it's a gay love story that centers on that, you know, and just live happens to happen around that that gate stories. So I think it's I think it's a good movie. So again under TOA put it in the links on the website. I'm going to recommend this movie that I'm forcing my white co workers to watch. Yes. It's called the twin seventies is called the spook who sat by the door. And it's basically about I can't remember FBI CIA, but one of those tour guys Atienza's forced to bring in people of color into their organization, like they're like, you can't just be all why people anymore, and so they basically come up with a plan to like make it seem like they really tried to bring in black people. But they just weren't good enough and one person stands out, and he's just amazing and like he he gets through. But then they just gave him duty and shit after training. They're just like we're just gonna stick on a desk. And he's just going to be a token. And then he does his time he gets out, and he goes back home to like, low income area or whatever. And he goes on teachers everybody what he learns MENA turns into this old militia and extend up against this government, oppressing them. And it's like, it's basically a Republicans worst nightmare. So I want to see it. Yeah. It's the name of it again, the spook who sat by the door crying. Awesome. So I don't understand what it is. I think it's going to be a short film that I saw the preview for the other day. And it was beautiful. It's called KiKi in the mist. And the misfits. Have you heard about this? It's unfamiliar. Yes. So. So I think what happened was is Joe Solloway felt away because Jeffrey tambor ward was that his name Jeffrey tambor number. Yeah. He is a fucking asshole. Yes. And Agana SIS hat white man playing transparent or I was really rooting for transparent. I kind of liked that show the first season. I. Hey, everybody in this fucking show. And I like that about like, yeah, why people suck. So I felt about girls. I gotcha. Stop on it. I didn't finish. But like after the second season. I'm like, the only reason why I'm watching this is because I fucking hate this characters. I was just watching it for Adam driver. The only reason I was watching fucking show. I actually liked the newscasters. What's her name, the one that was in get out William's character? Good good actor. Why should I lost track of what I was saying? What what were they talking? Oh, yeah. So I I saw the preview on YouTube. So check out the previ- for KiKi in the misfits. Maybe by the time. This comes out. We'll be. Short film, and it's gonna be series. I hope it's I really hope it's a series. It's kind of unclear. Working on the budget by the budget. But the cast is all Latin x queers nine KiKi is a trance character and the movie or the series starts with her getting in trouble for using the women's restroom at school because she ate some tacos that didn't agree with her relatable. Right. So. So much. But just watching the preview I was in tears like I can't believe this is actually going to be a TV show. So it's like all clear high school kids in LA, just like fucking shit up. It's so awesome. So check that out. Speaking of what happened to the ever watch that series? Oh, I don't know. They were remember they were they were casting it a little while ago because I'm friends with the creator on Facebook. But I don't know what happened to it. But check out through holes. That's a really good show because. Yeah, we're it's academic. It's everything, and it's takes place in Chicago all of that shit that I said about transparent is because Jill Solloway is actually putting money into KiKi in the misfits. Awesome. So you know, what like shout out to white people actually Ryan Murphy too for creating creating space, and then stepping back and letting people of color, and that the show is representing like actually represent and you know, like as much shit as people talk about transparent like Joe Solloway queer. And that shows how the white and it's like, it's her reality. Same with Lena Dunham like Lena doesn't Lena Dunham really doesn't know better. She's fucking bubble. Like her parentage show her parents are contemporary artists like who. I mean, can you imagine being raised in New York and like in with to like a fancy apartment? Oh, speaking of Bubba within a bubble bobble. Yeah. Of course, you're not gonna have any people of color, and she doesn't know any, you know. So it's it doesn't justify bureau it doesn't justify. But it's like what? And just other problems with our like. Yeah. 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