SNS #35: The End

“Even if you know it’s over, it’s hard because it’s… it’s another person!”- Molly Corum

 

For season three, we are starting at the end! This episode explores the difficulty of ending things, from long running television shows to Tinder relationships.


Appetizer: Don’t Have A Bow, Man
Andrew and Matt Schott were raised on The Simpsons. As the show moves deeper into it’s twilight years, our duo explores the possible ways the show might end.

Ian’s Car

First Course: Car Troubles
Ian Crawford went through a lot of cars growing up. When faced with the potential end of his last car, Ian tries everything to fix a bad situation, but only gets deeper into it.
(Starts at 8:20)

Second Course: We’ll Always Have November
Online dating expert Dylan James Amick gives his thoughts on how to call it quits with an online match, then perennial quitting-avoider Molly Corum recounts a recent Tinder relationship that she let go on for far too long
(Starts at 23:25)

Toast:
Andrew avoids trying to end things in an episode about endings
(Starts at 39:35)


HelloFresh Meal Expectations

Produced by Executive Director Julia Katz, Podcast Production Manager Chelsea Rugg, and Podcast Head Honcho Andrew Terrance Kaberline

Hosted, Written, and Edited by
Andrew Terrance Kaberline


The Reality of Cooking

Today’s episode featured Matthew Schott, Ian Crawford, Dylan James Amick, Chelsea Rugg, and Molly Corum

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The opening and closing theme for Sunday Night Supper are by Michael Gugliotti


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