Unabashedly Obsessed Episode 2: BAHDUMBUM (Doctor Who)
Hey everyone! This week we discuss a mutual favorite TV show: “Doctor Who”. Find out who James’s favorite character is, how Erin feels about the idea of a female Doctor, and which villain we feel is The Absolute Worst Ever. (Also which companion we feel is The Absolute Worst Ever.)
As before, thanks to Jamie Chahine for our theme song, “Did You Guys Know There Was A Ladder Down Here?”
Unabashedly Obsessed Episode 1: Target Brand Flamethrowers (Zombies)
Hey everyone! We finally (FINALLY) edited our first episode! Here it is!
We recorded this one in Erin’s kitchen, which has a nice echo to it that we didn’t realize till after the fact, so we won’t be doing that again. Probably.
We also had to do a pre-intro and a post-outro because we like to make things hard on ourselves. Hey, we started recording this show back in September. A lot has happened since then, and we had to account for it all.
We really hope you all enjoy this episode and stick around for the ones to come in the future, as we find our stride and start streamlining our recording process a little bit more.
Special thanks to Jamie Chahine for the use of our theme song, “Did You Guys Know There Was a Ladder Down Here?”
We’ve got to get it off our chests. Please, sit there and be quiet.
Hey, everyone! We are Erin and James, and we are Unabashedly Obsessed, the podcast that has been a work in progress since September 2015 and as of today still has yet to be published! (We like to slow roll things. Build the suspense. Make you shiver with antici…
Mostly, we talk about whatever we feel like talking about. Like zombies! And Stephen King! And horses!
We also have bits! Like our No Context Corrections, and a thing we start trying about five episodes in called James and Erin Write a Movie. Sometimes we try to dissect our dreams. We often talk about books, time travel, and Doctor Who. “Often” as in “I’m pretty sure we haven’t had a single episode yet where we don’t talk about books and/or time travel and/or Doctor Who.”
One day, we’ll get these episodes we’ve recorded edited and theme songed and published. And boy, will that be a great day for everyone.