How did we all get here? Did you have a delicious pierogi halfway to your mouth and then awaken in a cube of podcast sounds? Well don’t panic, your faithful hosts and special guest and Boston area artist Ariel (www.arielkessler.com and on Instagram @ariel.kessler) are here to walk you through the traps and to the bridge out of The Cube (1997). When six strangers are transported to a mysterious maze of rooms with occasional death machines they’ll find that the real danger… is each other??!! Hell is other people and heaven is this episode where we dig into the big Q’s like: Would we survive the cube? (Why bother?) And who is more thirsty, these prisoners with no water forced to suck on buttons to keep the spit flowing or Gabby for doughy Canadian actors? Get out your Texas Instruments calculator and grab a motivational jelly bean for our most right angled episode ever!
Gabby remains on the cutting edge of 2009 with her heartfelt recommendation for the Wolf Hall book series. If you’re also super into the doomed wives of a horrible fatty she also recommends Divorced, Beheaded, Survived: A Feminist Reinterpretation of the Wives of Henry VIII
by Karen Lindsey.
Zoe wants you to tune in, turn on and drop off with How to Change Your Mind by Michael Pollan. She is into some heavy shit these days guys.
Ariel comes in hot with the Netflix playlist and assigns you Evil Genius, Making a Murder and The Keepers as post Cube palate cleansers.
Side note: Ariel and Gabby saw Hereditary this weekend and you all need to follow suit so we can figure out what the heck is going on. Screaming into a void of suffering is fun!
Catch you in the next ep you forgotten perpetual, public works projects!