The '80s saw an explosion of animation, but were the theme songs up to par? The Fangirls countdown their top 8 cartoon theme songs from the '80s, resulting in some controversial statements and professed love for Muppet Babies. And this week in fangirling: The Good Place, good clean family Halloween fun, and Twix pie.
So nice, they did it twice! The Fangirls are back to take a second spin around the theme song block. But this time, it's cartoons! From the under appreciated Underdog to the bubblegum pop of Scooby-Doo, the ladies countdown their favorites from the '60s and '70s. And this week in fangirling: Universal Horror Nights, Riverdale Season 3 (maybe?) and The Device.
Holy sh*t, we did it. Fangirl Fridays is turning two! The Fangirls are joined by friend of the podcast (and delightful co-worker) Jason, who puts their friendship to the test with a 5 round, trivia-style competition. After 2 years of talking, how well have they really listened to each other? And this week in fangirling: 9-1-1, Forever, Making It, and the life changing effects of Beyonce and her husband.
You gotta have a snack to fuel your shopping trip! In Mall Madness Part 2, Natalie and Maren share their favorite spots to grabe a bite, crave too many "heavenly" treats, and build their dream food courts. And this week in fangirling: Living for Blake Lively in a suit, "BoJack Horseman," Wednesday night hangs, and the return of "Dark Maren."
The fangirls take a break from talking TV to discuss another of their one-true-loves: The Mall. Silver jeans at The Buckle! Graphic tees at Gadzooks! Choking on fragrance at Bath & Body Works! The hard core bags from Hot Topic! Hollister inspiring Natalie to move to LA! The ladies are... amped! And this week in fangirling: Season 3 of Last Chance U and the 6AM weddings on Disney's Fairy Tale Weddings
Lots to fangirl about in this week's mini: Fall TV, Saturday night fires, movies that aren't even out yet ... and Natalie gets excited for BoJack Horseman's comeback on the wrong week. Plus, the next series is revealed!
Are these workplace, mockumentary shows really that similar? Or is their only common thread actually just Rashida Jones? Natalie and Maren discuss these NBC gems and devolve into a conversation about why reboots need to stop. And this week in fangirling: "To All the Boys I've Loved Before," Dyson fans, "The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel" and Patrick Swayze's billowy blouses.
Are "Saved by the Bell" and "California Dreams" really the same show? Will both "Are You Afraid of the Dark?" and "Goosebumps" keep you up at night? Natalie and Maren look back on similar '90s kid classics and try to figure out which shows were better, which had better theme songs, and what sticks with us today. And this week in fangirling: Getting into 'sport' with HBO's "Hard Knocks," and almost throwing up during J.Lo's performance at the VMAs.
They say imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, But are two really better than one? Natalie and Maren break down two shows cut from the same cloth, discussing similarities, differences and ultimately...which is the best! And this week in fangirling: Wide leg jeans (deLiA*s where you at?!) and the great films of 2017.
Typical week in the FGF universe: Maren's sore. Natalie's dying. And a real hodge-podge of fangirling!
It's time to put a finish on this series! This week, Natalie and Maren discuss their final made-for-TV movie, Natalie's all time favorite "Sooner or Later." With makeovers, rock stars and the perfect amount of undone buttons, this movie is total fangirl bait. And this week in fangirling: Culture Shock: Freaks and Geeks and Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again AND Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again.
It' a Candace Cameron Bure double feature! This week, Natalie and Maren discuss "No One Would Tell" and "She Cried No", which could both be summarized as: the one where that nice boy from that nice show you liked was a total creep. And this week in fangirling: The Staircase and Eighth Grade.
What a disappointment ... No, not the young teen parents. We're talking about the horrible TV movies that not even Kirsten Dunst could save. This week, Natalie and Maren are discussing double feature "Fifteen and Pregnant" & "Unwed Father." And this week in fangirling: The Handmaid's Tale Season Two finale, Incredibles 2, and the second season of Brockmire.