We brought local comedian Allen E. Butt onto the show to discuss sexy writing, in particular the erotic letters of U.S. President Warren G. Harding. This one was a blast and we hope you enjoy it as much as we did!
Your hosts discuss everything matchmaking, from Nordic mormon retreats to Bumble, with hilarious guest Emma Arnold.
Katie and Ella sit down with Austin comedian and form open relationship coach Zaeli Kane. A down-to-earth episode about love, jealousy, and living.
On today's episode of the Bitcast, Ella, Katie, and special guest Adam Serwa answer the important question: how does each Olympian bone? We discuss the world's finest in every discipline!
Everyone around Katie and Ella seems to be breaking up right now, so they dig into their pasts to talk about their breakups (elementary school on)! We all get a little crazy after a breakup and Katie and Ella are no exception.
In this episode, Katie and Ella delve into the sexy side of video games with Joe, a game designer in Austin, TX. They discuss the unicorn-related content of The Witcher III, The Sims, HappyPlayTime (a sex-positive education game about female self-pleasure), Hatoful Boyfriend a dating simulator where you date birds?!, and Leisure Suit Larry, which is based on an early Apple text adventure.
Before podcasts had "guests" and "themes" they were just a couple of people talking! Katie and Ella discuss the ongoing erotic appeal of sailors as well as some new artworks they've seen.
Katie Sicking and Tiara Francis came on the show during Austin Sketch Fest to talk about dating in the Big Apple, as well as life as sketch comedians in the city.
We brought Dave Ross on the podcast to talk about one of the most pressing issues facing our country, which is the boning habits of our nations leaders and our 2016 presidential candidates. That gives us a nice segue into our second topic: psychopathy and sociopathy. We administer the psychopath test to Dave and
Dave Ross is a comedian in Los Angeles. He's been featured on Comedy Central's Drunk History and Mark Maron's WTF podcast, and he's the creator of IDK NOT TRUMP THO. You can catch him (and Ella) at the Bridgetown Comedy Festival in Portland June 1-5.
We met up with Ian Abramson during the Moontower Comedy Festival in Austin and roped him into a lengthy discussion of animal genitalia! Pandas, octopuses, ducks, and more!
Ian is an amazing comedian in Los Angeles who will be writing for Demetri Martin's new show "Our Fascinating Planet". Keep an eye out for him this year at festivals across the country!
Carina Magyar joins Katie and Ella on the podcast to talk about having sex (or not) while trans. Carina coins some new words and we dive in to gender, genitals, and hormones. We discuss articles from the The Mirror, Thought Catalog, and Broadly. Also, Katie is on some fun meds!
Carina Magyar (formerly known as Maggie Criss) is one of our favorite comics in town. Her vibrant, honest material has been a constant source of surprise and delight over the past year, and you should see her at the first chance you get. Carina has been performing stand-up comedy in Austin since 2010. In 2015, she participated in Hell Yes Fest (New Orleans), the inaugural Crossroads Comedy Festival (Indianapolis), and the 10th annual Fun Fun Fun Fest (Austin).
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We talk to Micheal Foulk about portrayals of gay characters on mainstream TV, including "Will and Grace" and "Looking". We discuss what Micheal describes as the phenomenon of "palatable gays" and the lack of a middle ground in portraying queer characters.
Recently Ella was watching an episode of Star Trek where there are two Commander Rikers, and was disappointed to see the erotic aspect of this unusual situation adly neglected by the writers. Katie and Ella discuss: clones, alternate timeline selves (for instance, evil Willow), body doubles (Buffybot, yes we talk about Buffy again, get over it), and The Time Traveler's Wife. Our next live show is April 15th at 10:30PM at The New Movement Theater.
Katie and Ella discuss sex on reality TV, and then the concept of "leap day".