With the help of special guest Ethan Vestby of These Boys Are Good Boys, Kate and Simon accelerate the podcast’s pace and tackle the next four episodes, beginning to delve into what we will be not so affectionately terming as The Dark Days. This episode features an above-average amount of sass and several pieces of remarkably random trivia. Don’t say you didn’t learn anything.
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