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Let’s head out to the Catskills and take it back to our first ever Rom-Com rewatch, the classic ‘Dirty Dancing!’ A perfect blend of sensuality and social justice, this film has truly stood the test of time. Joining us is screenwriter, rom-com aficionado and author of ‘Bad Luck Bridesmaid’ Alison Greenberg!
Continuing with our theme of Teen Rom–Com’s we’re re-releasing what just might be the most iconic Teen Rom-Com of all time, ‘Grease!’ But did you know it all started as a satire? Joining us to break it all down is Emmy Award-winning Last Week Tonight writer, Vulture Bachelor recapper and all-around legend Ali Barthwell!
In this episode we’re rewatching ‘Never Been Kissed,’ a movie with a premise that is far more disturbing in 2023 than it felt when we were in middle school in 1999. Is there a good Rom-Com underneath all the creepiness or have we all just been charmed by Drew Barrymore? To help us figure it out is Lane Moore, comedian and author of ‘You Will Find Your People: How to Make Meaningful Friendships as an Adult.’
In this rendition of Channel Surfing, we’re diving into the new Netflix reality dating show, 'Jewish Matchmaking.’ From its charming host to its diverse group of daters, this show has a lot to explore and to help us through it all is Mattie Kahn, friend of the pod, journalist, and author of the forthcoming book “Young and Restless: The Girls Who Sparked America’s Revolutions.” 
For the first time on Love To See It we’re covering a movie from the king of 80’s Rom-Coms, John Hughes. Pretty In Pink was written specifically for Molly Ringwald whose influence goes beyond the script helping to make a classic 80’s Rom-Com. To help us recap the movie is Sarah Edmondson, host of the A Little Bit Culty podcast.
We get a lot of joy– and some depression– from reality TV shows that come from the work of cast members and contestants. We hope the conditions on set match the glamorous scenes we often see on screen, but that’s rarely the case. In this bonus episode, we’re joined by Nick Thompson and Jeremy Hartwell from season 2 of Love Is Blind to discuss their experience on the show and why they founded UCAN, a non-profit organization that advocates for the casts of unscripted shows.
Is this a Noxzema commercial? Nope, it’s Clueless! This week we’re diving into one of the most quotable teen rom-coms ever made filled to the brim with one-liners, iconic outfits, and self-discovery. To help us along the way is host of the We Met At Acme podcast, Lindsey Metselaar!  
From crossover couples to extremely depressing labor conditions for reality TV stars, we’re breaking down all the news and gossip with stand-up comedian and power recapper, Dave Neal! In this episode we cover… New relationships in the reality TV worldMichelle Young’s 2 Black Girls, 1 Rose appearanceChris Harrison’s beef with Mike FleissUnaired Love Is Blind engagementsAllegations of poor labor conditions during early Love Is Blind seasons
Who knew there’d be so much English literature in teen Rom-Coms? This week we’re rewatching Easy A, the coming-of-age film plucked from the pages of Nathaniel Hawthorne. We’ll dive into purity culture, sexual capital, and early 2010’s fashion with film critic and co-host of Unspooled, Amy Nicholson.
Order some Thai food, get your feminist prose, and throw on your angry girl music of the indie rock persuasion because this week we’re rewatching the breakout hit 10 Things I Hate About You! From the halls of Padua High to the troubling dynamics of its Shakespearian source material, we’ll break it all down with our guest Kate Kennedy, host of the Be There In Five podcast.
In this special Channel Surfing bonus episode, we are diving into the agriculture-core dating show 'Farmer Wants a Wife,” a Fox reality program about love… farm-style. How does this show work and where does it fit in the reality TV dating landscape? Let’s take this country road and find out!
Rom-Com Rewatches are back! We’re kicking things off with the classic Love & Basketball, the tale of two childhood friends who both love basketball and ultimately, each other. To help us break down this iconic film are Milly Tamarez and Amanda Duberman, co-hosts of the Betches Sup podcast. 
The season may be over, but the news and gossip never stop! To help us dissect it all is Ashley Tabron, also known as @AshTalksBach. In this episode we cover… Mike Fleiss’s departureZach Shallcross and Kaity Biggar’s media roundsAriel Frenkel and Gabi Elnicki’s various podcast interviewsPlus, a smattering of updates from Bachelor Nation
'Bachelor' S27e11 Finale

'Bachelor' S27e11 Finale


As we wrap up this season of ‘The Bachelor’, the show clearly hoped to hit the reset button so hard it sent us all the way back to 2013… and it sort of worked. We have our first proposal since Peter Weber, yet the human wreckage was just about as brutal as ever. Plus, we have some iconic finale night interviews as Gabi Elnicki and Ariel Frenkel not only criticize Zach, but ‘The Bachelor’ as a whole.
This week we’re joined by former Bachelor Clayton Echard to talk about his new book '180 Degrees: On Mental Health, Mindfulness, and Unlocking Self-Belief'. We discuss everything from navigating fantasy suites to maintaining your mental health after the show. Plus, we get to hear more about Clayton’s post-Bachelor life and just where Clayton stands with his exes Susie Evans and Rachel Recchia.
Thanks a lot, Sean Lowe! This week, Zachary Shacklecross heads to Thailand for fantasy suites, announces many times that he will not have sex during his overnight dates, promptly has sex during an overnight date, and then tells… everyone about it. To help us digest it all is Bachelor legend and cohost of the A Little Help for Our Friends podcast, Jacqueline Trumbull! 
Zach’s season is almost over, and, as is tradition, the most important and Paradise-hungry women from this season have gathered together to hash out all the drama. Plus, bloopers, behind the scenes moments, and the announcement of next season’s Bachelorette!
'Bachelor' S27e08 Hometowns

'Bachelor' S27e08 Hometowns


Zach has fallen in love across Europe and the Bahamas, and now the Bachelor is headed back stateside for the all-important hometowns. He’ll be sampling local delicacies, from maple syrup to cow tongue, and trying to convince four moderately protective families that it’s fine that he’s still dating three other women.
The iconic Hannah Brown joins us this week to reflect on her time as a reality TV star. We cover everything from her mysterious nomination for ‘The Bachelor’ to her most recent appearance on ‘Special Forces: World’s Toughest Test’ and everything else in between, including the aftermath of one of the most memorable seasons of ‘The Bachelorette’ so far.
Zach knows everyone’s favorite colors and that means it’s time to dive into deeper topics, like how many bathhouse dates can you fit into one episode. This week The Bachelor is in Budapest and here to break it all down with us is Hannah Orenstein, author and Deputy Lifestyle Editor at Bustle.
Comments (15)

Julia Terry

I think you two are the funniest and most real too. I choose your Bachelor podcast first, before any of the others.

Apr 4th
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Jackie Harris

Obsessed with this show!! I love watching reality TV through a race informed, critical viewpoint. This show delves into the sociological implications of the Bachelor franchise and it's fascinating. Been listening for four years and won't stop anytime soon!

Jun 11th

Kathleen F

Taking yourselves way too seriously! I totally agree about the need for diversity etc but holy cow. Say what needs to be said then MOVE ON. When I want that kind of commentary I'll go to places like NPR. I come to The Bachelor for brainless fun.

Dec 8th

Ann Kavanagh

I think you need to change the name of your show. I am looking for recaps ..not feminist I the only one?

Nov 5th

Kathleen F

The first half of this interview was great! While it was cool to hear from her, the portion with LeNease could've been way shorter.

Jul 14th

julie mckenna

I agree with some of the other more recent posts. I know you might have to review these shows for you career but it seems lately you watch more for all the ways to point out your platforms than for the entertainment. and there doesnt seem to be any enjoyment. sometimes it is ok to allow a show to be for heterosexual dating. especially since it seems to be pointing out just how off track it has become. maybe some good comes from these shows. and if even some people learn communication dos and don'ts from watching its could be slightly helpful. also, its ok for a heterosexual man or woman to want to find a realtionship and even marriage with another heterosexual. I believe that you both, as well as some of the people you have on your show, are in committed relationships. as a woman we should be free to make choices even if that is choosing to stay home with their children if it is an option and shouldnt be seen as less than.

Mar 1st

Ann Kavanagh

like your show but you spent sooo long talking about feminism...yes this season is horrible but....

Jan 25th
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Jaime Lester

I get what yall are trying to do, but yall take it too far sometimes. Saying someone's hair is great, who HAS AMAZING HAIR, isnt racist. Not every dang word that comes out of someone's mouth is racist. Chill on the racism, feminism before you scew too far, then lose the goodness of what you are trying to do

Dec 24th


OMG, please stop saying "like". You can't be taken seriously if you use that word in every sentence.

Aug 30th

Jess Javier

Nick is so annoying.

Sep 6th

Leslie Quinones

pretty sure he said wanker.

Jun 5th

Dani Kock

"The friendzone isn't a real thing." 😂👏👏👏

Jun 1st

Kickboxerhitstar Baam Baam Sedam

eease all media

May 18th
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