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Red All Over: A Handmaid's Tale Podcast

Author: Kelly Anneken & Molly Sanchez

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Fake news, oppressive patriarchy, and an overall impending sense of doom: Join us as "Aunt" Kelly Anneken & Molly "Ofmitchell" Sanchez discuss this and more in Red All Over, a podcast that explores The Handmaid's Tale on Hulu, Alias Grace on Netflix, the works of Margaret Atwood and (weirdly) not current events.
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Live from the past, it's Kelly + Molly (with a recap of The Handmaid's Tale S3E4)! In what passes for a "breather" episode of this show, Gilead gets strict again, we finally see some boys (who be likin' dinosaurs), the once and future Rory reunites with Clea Duvall and her woke baby, Fred wants Serena Joy to ask him to the Sadie Hawkins dance, Katy Perry's parents are thriving, Nick still lives above the Waterford's garage, Aunt Lydia's not ready to be back at work, and no one learns that you shouldn't ever invite the Handmaids to the party. Surprising topics include Vine compilations, the musical Carousel and lesbian comfort food.You know the drill--hit us up on Facebook, leave us some love on Apple Podcasts and donate some monies at Venmo. We'd also love it if you'd let all your pals know about us. Thaaaaaaaanks!
Cue up your "Whit's Greatest Hits" mixtape and get ready for the Transformers/Handmaid's Tale crossover you didn't know you wanted. Kelly doesn't know her own age and Molly's too jaded to be shocked, but like stalwart Marthas, they're really good at multitasking in this recap of S2E3. They've got some notes on the soundtrack (more Dido, Britney Spears and Amanda Palmer) and some guest star suggestions (Adam Scott, Margo Martindale and Tituss Burgess). This episode has it all--echoes of Alias Grace, Atwood-inspired dialogue, populism, gloveless fingers, binders full of women and the return of dumb, ordinary June. As always, we're here for you between episodes on Facebook. If you want to keep us going strong, drop us a dollar or two on Venmo and leave a nice review on Apple Podcasts.
We're at def con YIKES in this recap of The Handmaid's Tale S3E2 and even Molly's Martha face blindness can't put a damper on the joy of finally getting FACE BUTTER (kinda) and other treats straight from Margaret Atwood's novel. She and Kelly raise a glass of Serena Joy's Skinny Chardonnay as they call Jesus a couch surfer, muse on the mysteries of Mrs. Bertha Rochester Lawrence, celebrate the return of Sad!Luke (and boyfriend of the podcast OT Fagbenle), complain that there aren't any fat handmaids, hope for a fun hot tub night with Chris Meloni and Elizabeth Reaser, confront their old nemesis "inconsistent world-building," and remind everyone to always pay their bus fare.Can't get enough Red All Over? Come hang out with us on Facebook or fund our working brunches with a gift on Venmo. Drop us a five-star review on Apple Podcasts while you're at it, and tell everyone you know about our little show. We appreciate you, bbs!
The Handmaid's Tale is back, so Kelly + Molly are here to guide you through the valley of the shadow of death (jk nothing bad ever happens in Gilead). They give a well-deserved shoutout to their hookups at Hulu, LOL at June's profane bible verses, debate the way to make a perfect season opener, enjoy a very short Whitford Watch 2019, imagine a postapocalyptic 911, remember that Hagnes is a thing, giggle at June's impromptu mom's group with Mrs. McKenzie, namecheck both Rihanna/Eminem collaborations, and encourage everyone to follow Ane Crabtree's Instagram.Don't forget to help us out by rating + reviewing us on Apple Podcasts, recommending us to fellow fans, joining the convo on Facebook and helping us have more close encounters with Anthony Rapp by pitching in on Venmo.
Kelly & Molly are back with a special Galentine's/Palentine's Day treat! They breakdown the 2001 girl power classic Legally Blonde and dish about SF's Darwin Cafe, internet friends and brunches, whether they actually like The Handmaid's Tale on Hulu, getting drunk on broth, nail techs in different area codes, Warner's two dads, the Final Destination Larters, blonde jokes, TERFs and which movies they'd choose for their Ariana Grande-inspired music videos. Don't forget to join the convo on Facebook, rate and review on Apple Podcasts and hey, if you wanted to drop us a few dollars as a Venmo Valentine, we wouldn't kick you out of bed. Keep an eye out for more episodes as we ramp up for a new season of HMT!
Blessed day, Redheads! We've got a special bonus for you--all the exciting deets from Kelly's encounter with the sardonic goddess and Handmaid's Tale scribe herself, Maggie Atts! Yadda yadda Facebook, yadda yadda Apple Podcasts, yadda yadda Venmo. See you in 2019!
Kelly & Molly discuss their current birth control methods in an effort to avoid the actual content of the episode, their final explainer episode about the real-life inspiration behind The Handmaid's Tale book, film and Hulu adaptation. They cover Bigfoot documentaries, numbers as a tool of the patriarchy, real-ass citations, looking out for sex workers, more tepid book recommendations, Gone with the Wind apologia, consequences for war criminals in Gilead and how to mispronounce a lot of Russian words. Thank you all SO MUCH for your support in 2018! We're taking a break for a few months, but we'll still be holding it down on Facebook. If you want to support us in the off-season, recommend us to your friends, rate and review us on Apple Podcasts and drop us a few coins on Venmo. Happy holidays to all, and to all a face butter!
Kelly & Molly prepare for what's sure to be an uplifting Season 3 of The Handmaid's Tale on Hulu with their fourth installment of Gal's Guide to Gilead. This time, they dig into the real-life inspirations for the novel and tv show while making an unfortunate number of Smash Mouth references, dissing the the tourism of the macabre, bemoaning the undisputed assumption that women are property, referencing kangaroo courts, learning about contemporary labor camps, and put Judeo-Christian bias on blast . If you're enjoying this series, pretty please throw us some dollars on Venmo, drop a note on Facebook or leave a review on Apple Podcasts!
Kelly & Molly handle the flotsam and jetsam of The Handmaid's Tale in this grab bag episode. They get into bad Spanglish, how to partially like books, Molly's lack of geography skills, the merits of reality tv, identifying primary and secondary sources, the semantics of the Colonies, human male seahorses, and Making a Martha. Don't forget to show us some love on Venmo, Facebook and Apple Podcasts-you might get an on-air shoutout!
Kelly & Molly are back and more fueled by mac n' cheese than ever! In the second Gal's Guide to Gilead Handmaid's Tale explainer ep, they talk Gilead and its diminishing returns, epigraphs vs epigrams, Kentucky hags, Naomi Osaka, fertility-destroying caviar, Hulu series newspaper easter eggs, the Wayne Enterprises Christmas party, cunnilingus trains, Christian Netflix, leeks, weigh-ins for flight attendants and SATC cast members, S3 backstory wishlists and doin the frick-frack. Don't forget to show us some love on Venmo, Facebook and Apple Podcasts!
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Darla Watts-Craven

you guys are so hilarious and I love most of you're commentary, but I truly wish you'd leave the political and religeous opinions out. I tune in to hear you speak about the show and to be entertained for a bit. we all come from diverse backgrounds had religeous experiences so cant we just accept that and move on? thank you for he as ring me out. :)

Oct 28th
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Steph

The 80s songs were an homage to the era when the original novel took place.

Jul 23rd
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Lance C. Phillips

The hilarious laughing has worn beyond thin.

Jul 11th
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Charmaine Williams

A week behind in Canada. Re: torture porn. No worries about (white?) men's sensibilities when portraying violence against men because its so far removed from their realities. It's fiction, not trigger. You said it;1 in 4 women. Rape and violence against women is far from fiction.

Jun 29th
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G'Ayla Iliria recovECOsdanza

It is the contrary. Martha was the one doing all thw preparations and her sister Mary, the one sit at Jesus feet listening

Apr 15th
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