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WandaVision, The Juicy Bridgerton Chat

Stills from WandaVision (photos courtesy of Marvel Studios © Marvel Studios 2020) and Bridgerton (photos: 
Liam Daniel / Netflix © 2020)

Geek Girl Riot has two treats in store for you this week: We marvel over WandaVision and swoon over Bridgerton

WandaVision is Simply Marvel-ous
WandaVision has been taking over our screens lately with its strange kind of sitcom ultra-reality where everything isn’t as perfectly suburban as it seems. Drew and Kat dig into the first two episodes, breaking down the characters, their initial reactions and the deeper themes, and how this series links into the MCU. Watch the first two episodes now on Disney+.

The Juicy Bridgerton Chat
Sherin, Alex, and Sam pour themselves some tea, cozy up, and get deep in their feels about Bridgerton. If you haven’t seen it by now, make haste and watch it on Netflix before Lady Whistledown writes a scathing article about your lapse in judgement. Then come back—because there are spoilers abound and so many things to talk about. Our Rioters share what scenes made them squeal in delight, which characters they love (and the ones they love to hate), and what they hope to see in season 2. Come hither and join us in the delicious drama!

Tune in to Geek Girl Riot on idobi Radio every Tuesday at 11pm ET / 8pm PT for your dose of late-night geekery from our team of rioters. ’Til next time, see a list of everything our Rioters talked about below:

LINKS:

 – WandaVision (read our reviews: by Kat & Drew Bittner | by Julian Lytle)
 – The Falcon and the Winter Soldier
 – Loki
 – Hawkeye
 – The Dick Van Dyke Show
 – The Prisoner
 – Bewitched
 – The Brady Bunch
 – Avengers: Infinity War
 – Avengers: Endgame
 – That 70’s Show
 – I Dream of Jeannie
 – Love Thy Neighbor
 – Friends
 – Seinfeld
 – Bridgerton (read our review)
 – Little Women Louisa May Alcott
 – Emma Jane Austen 
 – Wonder Woman 1984 (listen to our GGR WW84 episode)

 

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