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73 minutes | Sep 27, 2017
Hot Water, Episode 27: Women of Game of Thrones
Who runs Westeros? GIRLS. From ladies of Great Houses to Wildlings kissed by fire, your hosts sit down to discuss the many women who inhabit the seven kingdoms of HBO's acclaimed TV show, Game of Thrones. MAJOR SPOILERS for anyone who is not fully caught up on the show and/or the book series by George RR Martin. Your hosts also acknowledge and discuss many of the more problematic moments the long-running series has experienced with its female characters, but in the end, your hosts enjoy a good old fashion geek out in the light of the seven. Enjoy and always remember: "All men must die, but we are not men."
31 minutes | Sep 25, 2017
Day Job: Season 2, Episode 6 - Eliza Cossio, Daily Show Correspondent
Brooklyn-based comedian Eliza Cossio joins us to talk about her time as Senior Latina Correspondent on The Daily Show with Trevor Noah. We talk about our current political climate, Eliza's time as an intern researching and logging clips, her evolving identity and how her role on the show has facilitated it, and Eric asks some very good questions. Eliza can be seen each month at her recurring show "Pulitzer Surprises" with Caroline Schaper.
32 minutes | Sep 20, 2017
Hot Water, Episode 26: The Incredible Edie Windsor
Recently, pioneer for gay rights, Edie Windsor, passed away. This week, Hot Water takes a look at her astounding life. From her early career at IBM, to her decades-long relationship with love-of-her-life, Thea Spyer, to the trial that eventually led to the overturning of DOMA. Edie lived a LIFE. Throw on a pink scarf, grab someone you love, and learn some more about this incredible woman and her impact on our world!!
37 minutes | Sep 11, 2017
Day Job: Season 2, Episode 5 - Jess Adamiak, Digital Content Strategist
Jess Adamiak is a Digital Content Strategist and former food editor turned comedy writer living in Brooklyn, NY. She speaks with Playground teammate Kate Donat and I about her experiences editing for the Huffington Post, being a Content Strategist and Business Writer, and gives us her perspective on the question posed to Karl Spurzem in our last episode about people being brands. Be sure to follow her on Twitter (@jessadamiak) and watch The Vertical, her web series about six unhinged food editors and that feeling you get when your job is suffocating you, at watchthevertical.com.
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