#Millennial Podcast: Pretend Adulting, Real Talk

#Millennial podcast is a weekly roundtable about our Generation Y experience. From news to politics and pop culture, a panel of friends digs in on why these stories matter and how they affect millennials. 

If you’ve ever wondered how to maneuver student loan debt, voting, relationships, careers, or just life in general, we feel that SO. HARD. And we’re here to share our stories, along with our greatest challenges and wins, along the way. Put simply, #Millennial is about journeying through young adulthood together.

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About the Team

Andrew Sims (Host, Producer, Editor) began podcasting when he founded MuggleCast in 2005. Andrew offers Patreon and Podcast consulting, as well as podcast editing out of his home in Nevada. Outside of work Andrew obsesses over Bruce Springsteen, dogs, and nature.

Laura Tee (Host, Producer) was bitten by the podcasting bug in 2006 when she first joined MuggleCast. Podcasting stuck with her through living abroad in Costa Rica (pura vida, mae) and graduate school in New York City. Outside of #Millennial, Laura loves linguistics, story-based gaming, and analyzing current affairs. She lives in Atlanta with her boyfriend and adorable dog, Canela.

Pamela Gocobachi (Host, Producer) is a Bay Area native and an entertainment journalist with a deep love for all things pop culture. When she’s not writing or podcasting you can often find her obsessing over new music finds, drinking coffee like it’s her job, or doting over her dog Jasper.

Jule Gamache (Social Media Manager) has been managing social media in one form or another since 2011. In addition to #Millennial, she also runs the social media for MuggleCast and is a freelance content marketer in Los Angeles. She’s a huge fan of all things Disney, Harry Potter, superheroes, and theme parks. Be it adventure, fantasy, horror, or crime, you can usually find her obsessed with the most recent content she consumed.

Episode #7×07: Most Annoying Phrases, Fled Cruz and Winter Storm Uri, Clubhouse

What’s a phrase people say all the time that you hate? We “did a thing” and got feedback LIVE on air! And friend of the show Shane brings some Los Angeles sunshine to the panel this week!

  • It’s happening again: people continue to cause destruction by celebrating their unborn babies’ genitals via explosion.
  • Do we wish ill on anyone? No. Do we care that Rush Limbaugh died? Also no.
  • New York Governor Andrew Cuomo is under fire after the state Attorney General released a report indicating that Cuomo’s office underreported the number of COVID-related nursing home deaths. Can we sympathize with his position?
  • Winter Storm Uri has devastated much of the southern and middle United States. Particularly in Texas, where the power grid has been deregulated for two decades because dErEGuLaTiOn MeAnS fREedOm. 
  • As if the human and infrastructure toll wasn’t bad enough, consumers are now having to fight power bills for tens of thousands of dollars.
  • Flyin’ Cruz, Cancun Cruz, Fled Cruz: how many names can we come up with for a Senator for abandoning his state in the middle of a crisis?
  • Meanwhile, AOC and Beto O’Rourke have picked up the slack for Ted to show Texans what real leadership looks like. Remember, Texas: y’all can vote this fucker out in 2024.
  • Dolly Parton says “thanks, but no thanks” to a Tennessee state Capitol proposal for a statue of her likeness.
  • Do we allow smartphone apps to track us? We don’t think so… but maybe, kinda sorta.
  • Can we just get a villain origin story that doesn’t try to humanize the villain for once?
  • Clubhouse: what we like, what we’re confused about, and whether or not you’re missing out by not having early access.
  • We’ve got a little bit of everything in this week’s recommendations: Follow @NASAPersevere for the adventures of a real-life Wall-E (Andrew), Gino’s pizza in Atlanta (Laura), Silicone popcorn poppers (Pam), and ‘The Warmth of Other Suns’ by Isabel Wilkerson (Shane). 

And in this week’s installment of After Dark, available on Patreon:

  • What the hell did Armie Hammer do, and how does it relate to online dating?
  • Will someone this rich and connected actually face consequences for his actions?
  • We cover some of our Patrons’ cringiest online dating stories, and they remind us of a few of our own.

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Episode #7×06: Bye Bye Tight Jeans, Bucket List Items, Gina and Joss Cancelled

A polar vortex has struck the southern United States and skinny jeans are out.

  • The gang reacts to the fashion trends Gen Z says make us “old.”  😂
  • Pam is thankful to all the fast food joints for reminding her it’s almost Lent with their fish alternatives.
  • We ask our Discord community: what is something you’ve done that you recommend everyone add to their bucket list? (Thanks Idea Guy!)
  • The perks of traveling and exploring alone. Ahhhhh…
  • Be sure to check out our latest BREAKING NEWS installment for our immediate reactions to the impeachment trial acquittal over the weekend.
  • What is the future of the Republican party? Will they split, or fall into line?
  • A Utah school told parents they could opt their kids out of their Black History Month curriculum, prompting us to examine our own schooling experiences on this topic.
  • Vaccine tourism is ramping up with tens of thousands crossing state lines to get the COVID-19 vaccine. Would we do the same?
  • This week in canceled: Joss Whedon and Gina Carano being held accountable for their patterns of toxic behavior.
  • Taylor Swift is kicking off her massive re-recording project with “Taylor’s Version” of ‘Fearless!’
  • We’ve got a little bit of everything for this week’s recommendations: ‘Barb and Star Go to Vista del Mar’ (Andrew), The Last of Us’s ‘Left Behind’ downloadable content (Laura), and Rodgers & Hammerstein’s ‘Cinderella’ on Disney+ (Pam).
  • This week’s episode is sponsored by Honey — our only sponsor who will always SAVE you money! Support #Millennial by supporting our sponsors!

And in this week’s installment of After Dark, available on Patreon:

  • What’s the worst piece of advice you’ve ever gotten? We’ve got some doozies!
  • “Accept less money or your husband will feel emasculated” excuse me wut?
  • Pam and Laura remember all the times a well-meaning adult told them boys were mean to them because of a crush.
  • How poor self-esteem can translate to some pretty terrible advice giving.
  • A “gay” handshake. Wtf?

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Episode #7×05: Super Bowl Reactions, Cutting the Vaccine Line, Olivia Wilde’s ‘No Assholes’ Policy

Did we all watch the Super Bowl? You know we didn’t. But did we have some thirsty moments with those commercials? You know we did.  👀

  • Laura prepares to ask Elon Musk if she can pay for a trip to Mars with Dogecoin.
  • COVID cases have been steadily trending down – what do we make of this development?
  • Trump’s second impeachment trial begins TODAY. Are we subjecting ourselves to the political theater?
  • Democrats are split on the subject of means testing for the next round of stimulus payments, and we call BS on lowering the qualifying income thresholds.
  • Smartmatic has filed a $2.7 billion lawsuit against FOX News for spreading misinformation and lies about the 2020 election outcome.
  • Are we surprised that celebrities and the uber wealthy are finding ways to cut the vaccine line?
  • Multiple Gamestop stock projects are in the works, including at HBO. Why do we need another show about something we’re actively living?
  • Olivia Wilde has a “no assholes” policy as a director, which appears to have led to the firing of Shia Lebouf last fall. What other toxic workplace trends can Hollywood work to create accountability for?
  • Some California lawmakers really want Disneyland to reopen, and we have mixed feelings as a panel.
  • This week’s recommendations will make you feel good: Super Mario 3D World (Andrew), Generation G lipstick by Glossier (Laura), and ‘Zoey’s Extraordinary Playlist’ (Pam). 
  • This week’s episode is sponsored by Talkspace (https://www.talkspace.com and enter code MILL for $100 off your first month) and EveryPlate (https://www.everyplate.com and enter code MILL199 to get started at $1.99 per meal plus 20% off two weeks). Support #Millennial by supporting our sponsors!

And in this week’s installment of After Dark, available on Patreon:

  • We review the New York Times documentary “Framing Britney Spears.”
  • It’s tragic to consider all the mixed signals being sent Britney’s way when she was a literal minor, especially considering it doesn’t seem she was adequately protected.
  • Do we believe Britney wants out of her conservatorship?
  • What do we make of the representation of the #FreeBritney movement?

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Episode #7×04: Student Loan Forgiveness A Bad Thing?, How Our Relationship to Politics Has Changed, Netflix’s Bad Recs

We’re back-to-back with Micah appearances on #Millennial – he had more to say, so we’re here to listen!

  • Kicking off Black History Month right, Stacey Abrams has been nominated for a Nobel Peace Prize!
  • Who thought we’d ever regret not investing in GameStop?
  • Professor Micah oversees our bastardized explanation of what happened with the stock market last week, and we share our thoughts on responsible investment.
  • Micah sticks to trading on the stalk market in Animal Crossing, and Laura bet a few dollars on Dogecoin.
  • We unpack an unpopular student loan forgiveness opinion from the Confessional, and a multifaceted conversation ensues about how complicated this issue is.
  • Are federal student loans representative of predatory lending by the government?
  • How has our relationship with politics changed over the last few years? We’re more critical, more locally focused, and setting more boundaries with our consumption of cable news.
  • Netflix is bringing a “shuffle play” feature to life in early 2021, which will allow streamers to opt into a shuffle cycle of content that Netflix deems relevant to us based on our watch history.
  • Even though the shuffle option will allow you to skip items you’re not feeling, how much confidence do we have in Netflix’s recommendations algorithm?
  • Lady Gaga and Tony Bennett have recorded a new album, but will also be featured in a documentary about Bennett’s struggle with Alzheimer’s.
  • Our recommendations are all over the place this week: Pick up your dog’s shit (Andrew), ‘Anything for Selena‘ (Pam), Laura and Marc’s WandaVision Q&A (Laura), and ‘The Alchemyst: The Secrets of the Immortal Nicholas Flamel‘ (Micah).
  • This week’s episode is sponsored by LoveBook (https://www.lovebookonline.com/mill for 20% off), ThirdLove (https://www.thirdlove.com/MILLENNIAL for 20% off), and Rothy’s (https://www.rothys.com/mill). Support #Millennial by supporting our sponsors!

And in this week’s installment of After Dark, available on Patreon:

  • What is making New Year’s resolutions feel so difficult this year?
  • We revisit 2020’s resolutions, and how they went off the rails.
  • Is being a professional pothead a bad thing? Laura’s certainly drinking less booze.
  • Micah provides some great tips to stay motivated and hold ourselves accountable.
  • Somehow we go on a tangent about Oat Milk. NO IDEA WHY!

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Episode #7×03: Biden’s First Week, Laura Fights A Gas Station, GOT and HP Spinoffs Cometh

  • Welcome back, Micah! Last time you were on, the pandemic was bad. This time… it’s still really bad.
  • Biden week 1 scandals: wears a rolex, has a Peloton, didn’t wear a mask at a family-only event… when will the tan suit scandal hit?
  • PSA: Don’t feed your dog grain-free food. Andrew laments the parental advice that got him here, and recommends further reading from the American Kennel Club and DogFoodAdvisor.com to make sure your pup is on a healthy diet.
  • Laura and her neighbors are fighting a potential gas station development across the street, but Andrew thinks Laura would love a view of Chevron out her bedroom window.
  • Here we go again: House managers delivered an article of impeachment to the Senate, where the second impeachment trial of Donald Trump will happen in the next couple of weeks.
  • President Biden has been busy signing executive orders, including substantive protections for DACA recipients and reversing Trump’s transgender ban in the military.
  • Mitch, you’re in no position to strongarm anyone. An hour after we finished recording this episode, Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer gave us exactly the kind of response we wanted to see to McConnell’s continued demands to protect the filibuster.
  • Laura’s Rage of the Week: Africa may not receive widespread COVID vaccinations until 2022 or later.
  • Misinformation about election fraud has reportedly dropped 73% on Twitter since Trump was banned. What other avenues do we foresee the orange menace pursuing to keep his brand alive?
  • With a slew of movies being delayed again, we wonder if we’ll ever feel comfortable sitting in a movie theater again.
  • Micah fills us in on the upcoming Game of Thrones spinoff series, Tales of Dunk & Egg.
  • A Harry Potter series is reportedly in the early stages of development at HBO Max. We’d love to be excited, but can’t ignore the bigoted elephant in the room. #JKR
  • It’s all entertainment recommendations this week: Rocket League (Andrew), The Forest (Laura), and ‘Ripper Street’ (Micah).
  • This week’s episode is sponsored by LoveBook (https://www.lovebookonline.com/MILL for 20% off). Support #Millennial by supporting our sponsors!

And in this week’s installment of After Dark, available on Patreon:

  • MuggleSuck AMA, Micah edition. It’s our first time getting Micah’s perspective on the early days of working on a prominent fansite, and the tea is hot.
  • How did we handle working for a business where the adults in power didn’t have our best interests in mind?
  • Andrew reveals new information that has Laura and Micah wide-eyed.

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Episode #7×02: Andrew’s Bumble Scandal, WandaVision Reactions, WTF Trump News

The second week of 2021 wasn’t… as bad? Maybe?

  • The Bumble scandal: Andrew believes his photo was stolen to make an imposter account. (Little does he know…)
  • CELEBRATE: your federal student loans will not go into repayment at the end of the month!
  • What’s in Biden’s $1.9 trillion covid relief package? We go over the deets, and Laura complains about the Democratic infighting already happening.
  • Not content with the amount of whataboutism that’s happened so far this year, Rep. Ken Buck (R-CO) compared inflammatory comments by Robert De Niro, Kathy Griffin, and Madonna to the actual armed insurrection perpetuated by Trumpian, white supremacist terrorists.
  • WTF News makes its 2021 debut: the Trump admin lied about having vaccines in reserve, taxpayers have been paying $3,000 a month for Javanka to refuse use of bathroom facilities to their Secret Service detail, women on Bumble have been conservative catfishing to identify and turn in insurrectionists, and members of Congress may have lead “reconnaissance tours” in the days before the attack on the Capitol.
  • Who should become the new, permanent host of Jeopardy? Andrew has opinions.
  • We’ve got some spoiler-free thoughts on the first two episodes of WandaVision – all is not as it seems!
  • How could Marvel Studios bring Chris Evans back for more Captain America without it seeming like a cash grab?
  • We’ve got all the entertainment you’ll need in this week’s recommendations: ‘Promising Young Woman’ (Andrew), backyard.co (Pam), and Hunt a Killer (Laura).
  • This week’s episode is sponsored by Talkspace (https://www.talkspace.com, enter code MILL for $100 off your first month), LoveBook (https://www.lovebookonline.com/MILL for 20% off), and Honey (https://www.joinhoney.com/MILL to join Honey FREE). Support #Millennial by supporting our sponsors!

And in this week’s installment of After Dark, available on Patreon:

  • We dive into a new study at Pew Research Center, which looks at the current state of online harassment.
  • With most U.S. Americans saying social media companies are doing a poor job moderating bullying on their platforms, what changes do we think might help?
  • We share the online harassment we’ve seen first hand, but also turn the script on ourselves: is it possible we’ve ever bullied someone online?
  • Patrons sound off and share their own stories, proving that social media is, indeed, a dumpster fire.

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Episode #7×01: Free Speech, Burned Bridges, Misguided Star Wars Execs

We’re back! 2021 is already a wash, so we’ll see you next year. Kidding… kind of.

  • Over the last couple of weeks, 2020 was put behind us, the internet fell in love with Bridgerton, Trump successfully found voter fraud (his own), Georgia got the redemption arc it deserves, and we came close to a coup. #America
  • Laura finally listened to Folklore and Evermore, Pam finally met her niece, and Andrew heard some of the latest MAGA conspiracy theories.
  • A Confessional writer asks if they should care that they burned bridges with their friend’s racist husband. NOPE.
  • We revisit the attack by white supremacist terrorists on our nation’s Capitol in light of new details. To hear our initial reactions when the story was breaking, click here.
  • As if the scene wasn’t horrifying enough, recent details indicate that the Capitol was intentionally under-protected, and some members of law enforcement participated in the attack.
  • How should the Biden administration and 117th Congress respond to this act of domestic terror?
  • For the “facts don’t care about your feelings” crowd: the 1st amendment doesn’t protect you from Twitter showing you the door. Byeeeeee!
  • 1C? 2A? 1DK? Where are we in line for the vaccine?
  • A Lucasfilm exec mocked a Star Wars fan’s emotional reaction to the season 2 finale of The Mandalorian. In other news, why does this guy work for LucasFilm?
  • Everything is fake: some of those fancy book collections you’ve seen in people’s at-home set ups are professionally curated to give the appearance of snobbish intellectualism.
  • How much is your favorite comfort TV show worth to you? Some are spending hundreds a year to keep watching The Office on Peacock.
  • This week’s recommendations will keep you entertained while you isolate at home from the pandemic and the cult of Trump: Celebrity Wheel of Fortune (Andrew), Supermassive Games’ ‘Little Hope’ (Laura), and Disney’s ‘Soul’ (Pam).
  • This week’s show is sponsored by LoveBook (https://www.lovebookonline.com/MILL for 20% off), ThirdLove (https://www.thirdlove.com/MILLENNIAL for 20% off your first purchase), and Rothy’s (https://www.rothys.com/mill for your new favorite shoes and handbags). Support #Millennial by supporting our sponsors!

And in this week’s installment of After Dark, available on Patreon:

  • Surprise Bitch! victim Elise fills us in on what it’s like to explain to Gen Zers that podcasts were not cool with the youngs back in the day.
  • Speaking of Gen Z, let’s be those old people who have fun with TikTok trends:
  • What is a video that lives in our heads rent free?
  • What is a piece of information it feels illegal to know?
  • Where are our high school bullies now?
  • …and more!

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Episode #6×47: Goodbye 2020, Cameo Gift Exchange, A Measly Stimulus

It’s the season 6 finale of #Millennial, and you know what that means! Secret Santa, a year in review, and a look ahead to 2021.

  • Andrew reminds us that each year has been worse than the one that preceeded it, so… buckle up.
  • Laura recounts the experience of her self-administered COVID-19 test and does not recommend.
  • We used Cameo for this year’s Secret Santa exchange and the results are GOLD. New #Millennial tradition?
  • A #Millennial Year In Review: all the shit you remember, plus a few surprise reminders of things that did happen this year, even though they feel like a million years ago.
  • We each make one 2021 prediction, and we’re (mostly) optimistic in our forcasting.
  • In our final Joementum update of 2020, Newsmax doesn’t want to be sued, Laura complains about the lack of focus on Russian cyberattacks, Pence’s “Guardians,” and please for the love of God vote in the January 5th runoff if you’re registered to vote in Georgia!
  • Pence got penetrated by the COVID vaccine on camera. Did he get Mother’s permission?
  • “Happy Holidays! Here’s $600 for the last 8 months of misery, go get yourself something nice.” -Congressional Republicans
  • Want to get your 2020 feelings out? Join us and yell into the Icelandic wilderness here.
  • This week’s recommendations are winter coziness with a side of murder: The Comfy (Andrew), treating yourself (Laura), weighted blankets (Pam), and HBO’s “Murder on Middle Beach” (Jule).
  • This week’s episode is sponsored by LoveBook (https://www.LoveBookOnline.com/MILL for 20% off), Rothy’s (https://www.rothys.com/mill), and Talkspace (https://www.talkspace.com and enter promo code MILL for $100 off your first month). Support #Millennial by supporting our sponsors!

And in this week’s installment of After Dark, available on Patreon:

  • Burn motherfucker, BURN! We light a fire and metaphorically cast every shitty thing from 2020 into the flames.
  • Patrons contributed their own submissions, so we burn those too for a cathartic look back at the litany of suck that was this year.

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Episode #6×46: The Biggest (And Weirdest) Searches of 2020, Reboot Mania, Marvel’s TV Announcements

After six agonizing weeks, the election is finally over. We don’t expect Orange Julius to admit it though, so let’s gather ’round for some catharsis as we near the end of this dumpster fire of a year.

  • Taylor Swift 2020 album releases: 2 — Government stimulus checks: 1(?) 😭
  • Andrew and Pat are baking cookies for Pam and Laura, but they’ll need to play a little game when they eat them.
  • Last week’s BAE guest Kailey raises an excellent point for allies to remember about protecting trans folks’ privacy.
  • Google That Shit: End of Year Edition. (Everything is a TikTok trend.)
  • Following a week of rumors, Attorney General Bill Barr has announced he’s leaving his Trump Administration post. Does he think if he leaves before the end he can get the stink off himself?
  • SCOTUS rejected Texas’ attempt to subvert election results in swing states, and we welcome the new states of New California and New Nevada to the union. 🙃
  • Georgia voters: early voting for the Senate runoffs is open NOW! Find your early voting location or monitor your absentee ballot status here.
  • The FDA approved emergency authorization of the Pfizer-BioNTech covid-19 vaccination!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
  • We all have major vaccine FOMO. Can we have the vaccine for Christmas, please?
  • Reboots and revivals: do we love them, or are we burned out on them?
  • What can we do to support original storytelling and get studios off the bandwagon of regurgitating the same ideas over and over?
  • Marc is back to school us on the Game Awards and Marvel’s multiverse!
  • Indie game developers have had a good year, and are getting more recognition than ever. It comes down to accessibility and how addictive a game is.
  • We’ve got some recommendations to keep you busy over your holiday break: Hulu’s “Happiest Season” (Andrew), HBO’s “The Vow” (Laura), Netflix’s “Dash & Lily” (Pam), and playing an indie game like Among Us, Hades, or Phasmophobia (Marc).
  • This week’s episode is sponsored by Stamps.com (https://www.stamps.com and enter promo code MILL for for a 4-week free trial PLUS free postage and a digital scale), Honey (https://www.joinhoney.com/MILL to join Honey for FREE), and LoveBook (https://www.LoveBookOnline.com/MILL for 20% off). Support #Millennial by supporting our sponsors!

And in this week’s installment of After Dark, available on Patreon:

  • I Have An Amazing Opportunity For You, But First You Need To Leave Your MLM Cult!
  • What to say to a friend to make them realize they’re part of a pyramid scheme.
  • A Confessional writer is hoping their relationship ends, and we’ve got some advice.
  • The NYPost needs to be shot into the sun for doxxing a paramedic for her OnlyFans account.

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Episode #6×45: Spotify Wrapped, Where We Are In Line For the Vaccine, Work / Life Balance

We’re back and over the turkey hangover, and boy, has a lot happened while we’ve been off!

  • Andrew makes his case for why sharing a Spotify account is a bad idea.
  • For once, they can’t blame millennials for killing an industry: Warner Bros. has announced all of its 2021 releases will debut on HBO Max to coincide with their theatrical release dates.
  • Elliot Page announced that he is trans in a heartfelt letter shared on his social media. We’re so proud of and happy for Elliot!
  • Pam and Laura give their spoiler-free take on Netflix’s Selena: The Series as lifelong fans of the late Tejana star.
  • In Joementum 2021 and sad Trump attempts to steal the election, more bad news for the Trumpster: Attorney General Bill Barr says there’s no evidence to overturn the result of the election, AND he’s considering stepping down soon. Sad!
  • Georgia, you can request your absentee ballot here, and early voting for the Senate runoff begins on December 14th! History has its eye on us, so let’s flip this bish!
  • Rudy Giuliani picked up a drunk Karen when he realized they needed a start witness at a Michigan oversight hearing, and somewhere along the way also picked up Miss Rona.
  • We find out where we might find ourselves in line for the vaccine, which several states are beginning to roll out in mid-December.
  • Letitia Wright deleted her social media after sharing a video containing misinformation about COVID-19, as well as transphobic and climate denier viewpoints. Was she really “using her brain?”
  • The Number is back, and it’s another Pew Research edition! What percentages of U.S. Americans would get the coronavirus vaccine if it were available today?
  • $200 sex toys – a responsible investment?
  • Do we feel old yet? What businesses do we remember from our youth that are no more?
  • This week’s BAE guest Kailey joins us to talk side hustles and the ever-elusive  work/life balance!
  • Need to unwind or get some retail therapy? We’ve got you with this week’s recommendations: ‘Bad Moms Christmas’ (Andrew), Floor & Decor (Laura), Sephora’s perfume sampler (Pam), and Created By Megan Elaine on Etsy (Kailey).
  • This week’s episode is sponsored by Hempbombs (https://www.hempbombs.com/rewards and enter promo code MILLRADIO for 30% off), Cratejoy (https://www.cratejoy.com/mill for 30% off your first box and shop Cratejoy’s holiday specials), and Framebridge (https://www.framebridge.com and enter promo code MILLENNIAL for 15% off your first order). Support #Millennial by supporting our sponsors!

And in this week’s installment of After Dark:

  • Here comes the Thanksgiving drama: divorced parents and a family member struggling with acceptance.
  • A scientist has told us Airbnbs are relatively low risk, so we’re packing our bags!
  • A discussion on impactful pop culture moments takes us down memory lane. Who still has all their beanie babies?!
  • Anyone still laughing at those teachers who wouldn’t let us research school projects using the internet? Look who’s laughing now, Mrs. Roberts!

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