In episode 78, Rosie and Jessica discuss the return of Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt to Netflix and solve mysteries, one hug at a time. They also discuss the work of Victoria Wood and their love for the sitcom dinnerladies, which leads to lengthy school dinner reminiscence. Plus the return of Fat Squirrel and his Pigeon Friend, Tony!
In episode 67, Rosie and Jessica have been leading exciting lives, cleaning hoover filters and microwaves. There have also been Halloween buffets, birthday parties and Bring Your Bear to Work. Top 5 celebrates the coming of #Gloomvember with the best films to watch on rainy days. Plus miniature versions of BBC presenters.
In episode 60, Jessica can’t talk about what she’s got up to. Luckily, Rosie is present to waffle on endlessly about a trip to York and some knitwear. No Top 5 this week, but the exciting new feature Look Into Yoghurt gets pitched alongside an infinitely long discussion of portion sizes. Get your Breakfast Butler to set this episode up immediately.
In episode 57, Jessica has seen the the sequel to Pitch Perfect (and the prequel to Pitch Perfect 2), Rosie has hosted a Eurovision party and they’ve both eaten banoffee pie. There’s a rundown of their Top 5 animals, with one stand-out contender, and possible freezer-related demise.
In episode 56, Rosie accidentally derails the beginning of the podcast by talking about The Wizard of Oz at length and derails the end by going mad. Luckily, Jessica is there to steer them both through their Top 5 puddings, an enormous What Have We Seen This Week and the many cakes they have baked. (Sticky toffee pudding.)
In episode 50, Rosie and Jessica have both had platonic Valentine’s weekends, inspiring a rundown of their Top 5 rom-coms. There are some truly terrible Hollywood impressions, a fight and a pudding, and the new novel Maribou in the Mixing Bowl. Thanks for tuning in for fifty episodes and here’s to the next fifty!
In episode 49, Rosie and Jessica regale us with tales of their literal day of fun together, while Jessica has not only watched the Super Bowl, but aged another year as well. The Top 5s take a soup-y turn and Rosie can finally reveal her mystery knitting from the last episode. This episode was produced by Interns Kaley and Walter.