Hannah Gadsby's "Nanette" is a comedy special unlike any other. Part stand-up, part TED talk. All the emotions. Join Keli and Alice as they return to the pod fort to fan-girl over Hannah's heart, humor, and knowledge of art history.
Keli and Alice have a lot of thoughts about Severus Snape. So many, in fact, that they have tried to record this episode on three separate occasions. (Alice always gets angry, Keli always talks her down. Spoilers abound.) On the one hand: Snape’s a middle age man obsessed with torturing eleven year-olds because he got friend-zoned that one time. On the other hand: #Always, I guess? So, where does that leave us. Listen to hear Alice and Keli’s thoughts on all things Snape, and whether his redemption arc comes at the expense of Draco Malfoy.
Keli and Alice kick off the second season of SnarkNotes by hanging out in a blanket fort! (Clearly the more things change, the more things stay the same.) Join them as they dive into "Cat Person", a short story by Kristen Roupenian that details the perils of dating in a world full of aggressive texts and unwanted forehead kisses.
Most people spend the night of their 10 year high school reunion catching up with old classmates. Alice and Keli have never been most people.
Hey, hey! You, you! Have you heard about Melissa? Keli walks us through a few of her favorite conspiracy theories. Alice does her best to keep up, but gets distracted by her love of Sk8er Boi. Which is basically a perfect song. He was a boy, she was a girl. Can I make it any more obvious?
What does a large inflatable lobster have to do with multi-platinum singer-songwriter Ed Sheeran? Listen to this episode of SnarkNotes to find out! Self-professed "Sheerios", Keli and Alice discuss their favorite Ed Sheeran songs and explain the many, many reasons he should want to be their friend.
The only thing better than a ship is a crack ship. Keli and Alice follow-up their first SnarkNotes short with an in-depth look at crack ships (i.e. a relationship that is so insane, it must be on crack). The internet is truly a dark and wonderful place.