Parenting Our Parents | The Switch | Ep. 128

In this episode, the duo returns this week with an even more insightful conversation on becoming parents to our parents as adults, the switch from being dependent to independent, from seeking their approval to making decisions without them, the weird transition where your parents no longer relate with us from a place of fear but … Continue reading Parenting Our Parents | The Switch | Ep. 128

Outgrowing Friendships | Ep. 127

In this special episode, we delve into the harsh reality of outgrowing friendships and managing the exit of such friendships, the awkward and uncomfortable feeling that comes with realising a friendship may not serve you anymore, reminiscing the times we felt had outgrown a friend and vice versa + MORE. On Nana's Corner, we discuss … Continue reading Outgrowing Friendships | Ep. 127

How Good Was You People? | Movie Review | Ep. 126

The gang is back in the studio this week, and we are talking about Kenya Barris' latest movie, "You People" on Netflix. Together, we dissect all talking points from the movie, our favourite scenes, ranking our favourite to least favourite comedic moments, discussed the issues of racial differences between families on the cusp of marriage, querying where … Continue reading How Good Was You People? | Movie Review | Ep. 126

Beating Cancer Ft. Praiz | The Exclusive | Ep. 125

In this special episode, Praiz joins us in the studio this week to share her story as a cancer survivor. In her own words, she describes vivid moments through the emotional rollercoaster of finding out her diagnosis, the turmoil from the tumour, navigating excruciating pain while going through chemotherapy, being over 20 pills a day, … Continue reading Beating Cancer Ft. Praiz | The Exclusive | Ep. 125

Asked Out By A Gay Person | Bonus | Ep. 124

It's the mid-week bonus episode for y'all! The duo are back with another comic reaction episode, and together we react to comedian T. Murph who discusses being found attractive by gay men even though he's straight, his wife's comical perspective on him being attractive by gay men, and everything in-between. This sparks the conversation in … Continue reading Asked Out By A Gay Person | Bonus | Ep. 124

Attention Doesn’t Mean Interest | Ep. 123

In this amazing episode, the duo returns to the studio this week with the introspective question "Does attention translate to interest and vice versa?" together we discuss why people lie about their interest or attention bandwidth in conversations and interactions with people, friendships, and relationships, querying the validity of brutal honesty, and ranking our interest … Continue reading Attention Doesn’t Mean Interest | Ep. 123

The Election Chronicles | Ep. 122

In this special episode, we discuss Nigeria's presidential elections, the uproar, the tension, partisan and tribalistic politics in Nigeria, condemning the corruption exhibited by the electoral body, disenfranchisement at polling units, Banky W's loss at the polls, putting celebrity on pedestals, clerics' influence on voting in the church + MORE. On Nana's Corner, we talk … Continue reading The Election Chronicles | Ep. 122

Shaming People In Love | Ep. 121

This week, the duo returns to the studio for the post-valentine episode, and together, we discuss the theme of love, gift giving and debunking the idea of "It's the thought that counts"  but the value of the gift, gifting experiences vs gifting material things, our generation becoming one that hates on love but encourages toxicity, love … Continue reading Shaming People In Love | Ep. 121

School Didn’t Prepare Us For Shit | Bonus | Ep. 120

Bonus Ep returns this week y'all! This week, we react to comedian Ron Taylor whose stand-up spikes the conversation around the uselessness of going to school your whole life and not being to become a professional at a single subject, convenient sex during the pandemic with a flatmate, and his hilarious takes on abortion rights. … Continue reading School Didn’t Prepare Us For Shit | Bonus | Ep. 120

“Even In Death, I Couldn’t Forgive Her” Ft. Maranatha | Ep. 119

In this special episode, author Maranatha Abutu returns to the show. In her new book, Friendship Illusion she tells the story of a driven young woman in her 30s whose route to finding true love and fulfilment is clogged by an array of chaos, trauma, friendship and relationship betrayal, deceit, cultural idiosyncracies, and decadence. Together, we translate the salacious … Continue reading “Even In Death, I Couldn’t Forgive Her” Ft. Maranatha | Ep. 119