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19 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Lindsey Romain. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Lindsey Romain, often where they are interviewed.

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19 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Lindsey Romain. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Lindsey Romain, often where they are interviewed.

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253 - Lindsey Romain - On The Cube

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On episode TWO HUNDRED FIFTY-THREE of The Purrrcast, Sara and Steven welcome writer and Nerdist contributing editor, Lindsey Romain, to chat about her two kitties, Leopold and Ferdinand. Lindsey tells us how Leopold was found on Christmas Eve, we talk about words our cats know, and much more! The Purrrcast, talking to cat people because we can't talk to their cats.

The Purrrcast is the cat podcast for you and your feline friends. Based in Los Angeles, hosts Sara Iyer and Steven Ray Morris chat with fellow cat enthusiasts about the furry little creatures they love. Not sure how the cats feel about it though.

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Check out Steven’s new podcast, See Jurassic Right: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/see-jurassic-right/id1239538917?mt=2

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Jun 17 2020 · 1hr 21mins
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ConTENgen: Day 5 with Lindsey Romain

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In a world changed by COVID-19, every day this podcast will be reaching out to talk movies and maintain connections; in less ten minutes or less.For this transmission, I talk to my friend Lindsey Romain about finding inspiration in pop-culture characters in the isolation and helping nerdom thrive in quarantine by discussing the ways that COVID-19 is altering things like Pokemon Go. Today's news stories brought to you by DarkHorizons.com.Follow me on Twitter: @OneBlakeMinuteFollow Lindsey on Twitter: @LindseyRomainDonate to Paypal for the Graffiti With Punctuation Freelance pool here.

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Mar 22 2020 · 10mins

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S3E16 - Secret Cargo w/ Nerdist's Lindsey Romain

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Hera, Zeb and Ezra are tasked with transporting a highly valuable Rebel leader away from Imperial control, but Thrawn's new TIE models prove trickier than the Ghost crew expected.

We're talking about Season 3, Episode 16 - Secret Cargo with Lindsey Romain; writer and contributing editor at Nerdist! We do a deep dive into Mon Mothma and what happened to the government after Return of the Jedi, Imperial news media, and we try and find the perfect name for the Boy Meets World podcast that Mike and Peter will do after we are done with Rebels.

You can find Lindsey Romain's writing at Nerdist.com, and follow her on Twitter at @lindseyromain.

You can connect with us on InstagramTwitter, or email the show at RebelsRebelsPod@gmail.com. Subscribe on any app, or connect with us on all social media by visiting http://smarturl.it/rebelsrebels

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Jan 21 2020 · 1hr 6mins
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INCREMENT VICE - EPISODE #10: "...along comes little Amethyst..." with Lindsey Romain

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“Some ex-old lady had hit town, and they’d run away together. The emergency room had mixed them up with somebody else, the way maternity wards switched babies around, and they were still on some intensive care ward under another name. It was a particular kind of disconnected denial, and Doc figured he’d seen enough by now to recognize it.”
In the novel Inherent Vice, that’s how Thomas Pynchon described the post-1960s generation coming of age in the year 1970, bleary-eyed and hungover from the last decade and the damage done, and afflicted with the cruelest kind of misery—absolutely devastated by the grief of loss, yet operating in complete denial of the existence that grief, telling themselves stories, as Joan Didion would say, in order to live, stories that explain away the deaths of loved ones as strange and grand mysteries, rather than cruel and banal fates.
Further, in Paul Thomas Anderson’s film adaptation, Sortilege intones that the post-Manson era in which Doc and company found themselves in was perilous, “astrologically speaking, for dopers...especially those of high school age. Who'd been born, most of them, under a 90-degree aspect...the unluckiest angle possible...between Neptune, the doper's planet...and Uranus, the planet of rude surprises. Doc had known it to happen...that those left behind would refuse to believe that people they loved...or even took the same classes with, were really dead. They came up with all kinds of alternate stories so it wouldn't have to be true.” The Harlingens are a family in need of such a story, one that will allow them to live in the Mansonoid post-60s drop-out drag of the Age of Nixon. If only someone could tell them that story, could put together the pieces so we could all see it a little more clearly…
About the Guest
LINDSEY ROMAINLindsey Romain is a film critic and culture writer whose work has appeared in NERDIST (where she is a contributing editor), BRIGHT WALL/DARK ROOM, THRILLIST, /FILM, VULTURE, TEEN VOGUE, MARIE CLAIRE, and THE CHICAGO TRIBUNE. In addition to crafting insightful cinematic and cultural commentary, and inflamming the Dumb Dude Wing of Twitter by embracing the thirsty excellence of THE LAST JEDI, Lindsey has written extensively about the pop phenomenon of Charles Manson, the death of the 1960s, and the collapse of that decade's counter-culture.
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Jan 11 2020 · 1hr 22mins
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Interview with Lindsey Romain - Writer & Editor at Nerdist

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On this episode of our "From A Certain Point of View" series, Brad chats with Lindsey Romain (@lindseyromain), a writer and contributing editor for Nerdist. We discuss how her Star Wars fandom began, her journey toward becoming a freelance writer, why the sequel trilogy revived her love for the franchise, and more on her newest podcast "Heylo Reylo" (@HeyloReylo).

View Lindsey's author page on Nerdist here: https://archive.nerdist.com/author/lindsey-romain/

Writing by Lindsey: The Case for Reylo; Why Kylo Ren Should Be Redeemed.

From A Certain Point Of View” is a series in which I interview fans, friends, podcasters, authors, actors, and content creators in the Star Wars community to learn, from a certain point of view, what Star Wars means to them and how it has impacted their life. Is there someone you want to see on the series? Send me an email, and I'll do my best to get them on the show!

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Nov 07 2019 · 55mins
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Episode 37 - Lindsey Romain

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Lindsey Romain is a contributing editor for Nerdist.com covering horror and Star Wars among other film and pop culture. Living in Austin, TX, her work has also been published in Vulture, Teen Vogue, Marie Claire, and The Chicago Tribune. She is a regular contributor to Thrillist, and /Film.

On this episode, recorded the day after the release of the Rise of Skywalker trailer, we discuss her takes on the trailer, talk about being on Team Reylo and how the sequel trilogy flips the gender divide.

3:30 initial trailer reactions
5:30 intro to star wars and what it means to her
8:30 critiquing as a star wars fan
10:45 social
13:00 safe to say you are team reylo
19:45 What are you looking forward to
25:00 Speculation
27:35 Avoiding spoilers
29:00 Trailer theories
33:20 Drawing from the non-film content
40:00 Bridging the gender divide
49:30 Ten Questions


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Oct 29 2019 · 1hr 1min
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Episode #71: Valley of the Dolls (1967) w/Lindsey Romain

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Drea and Kristen are joined by Nerdist writer Lindsey Romain to discuss Sharon Tate, melodrama, and the 1967 adaptation of Valley of the Dolls!
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Next Time: We go from melodrama to screwball with a look at 1936's My Man Godfrey.
Aug 14 2019 · 52mins
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Ep. 528 - Once Upon a Time In ... Hollywood (GUEST: Lindsey Romain from Nerdist)

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David, Devindra, Jeff are joined by Lindsey Romain to debate Once Upon a Time... in Hollywood, the ninth and penultimate film by Quentin Tarantino. Stay after the feature review to hear everyone's ranking of the director’s illustrious filmography.

Read Lindsey’s Nerdist article about the boat scene in here and her article on why the movie is a love letter to Sharon Tate here.

For more background material on this era of Hollywood, Lindsey recommends the You Must Remember This podcast, the book Helter Skelter by Vincent Bugliosi, and the collection of essays The White Album by Joan Didion.

Listen and subscribe to David’s newest podcast Culturally Relevant (and check out this recent episode where he chats with Dan Trachtenberg). Check out Jeff Cannata’s D&D show Dungeon Run. Listen to David’s other podcast Write Along with writer C. Robert Cargill Devindra's new podcast Know More Tech, answering your question on the latest gadgets. Subscribe to David's Youtube channel at Davechensky.

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Feature Review (~39:00) Once Upon a Time in Hollywood Spoilers (~56:00)

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Jul 30 2019 · 1hr 55mins
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S1, E12: "Whatever The Case May Be" with Lindsey Romain

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Welcome to THE STORM: A Lost ReWatch Podcast! Where we watch a new episode of ABC's Lost every week and discuss it for newcomers and those returning to The Island.

Half! Way! Through! Season! One! This week, Joanna, Dave, and Neil are rock gods for Season 1, Episode 12 "Whatever The Case May Be" - A flirtatious swim between Sawyer and Kate uncovers a case that turns Sawyer and Jack into super pushy alpha males while Sayid and Shannon work on a map. This week's interview is with Lindsey Romain from Nerdist.com who talks with Joanna about how Kate as a chararacter is benefitting from this rewatch. Follow her on Twitter @LindseyRomain and check out her author page at Nerdist. 

This podcast is split into two sections THE CALM where we talk about just the episodes we've watched up to this point and do not discuss facts and knowledge from later in the series and THE STORM where make use of all the knowledge that 6 seasons of Lost and 15 years of Lost fandom has generated, plus our own crazy brains.

Send your Lost comments to @StormPodcast on Twitter and e-mails to Hosts@Stormpodcast.com to talk back at the show!

You can send e-mails about ANY of the first season episodes of Lost, just include the title of the episode you're addressing.

Follow Neil (@rejects), Joanna (@jowrotethis), Da7e (@da7e) and the show (@StormPodcast) on Twitter! 

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THE CALM (Through S1 E12 discussion)  - From the VERY START!

The Interview (No Spoilers) - 53 minutes, 28 seconds

THE STORM (SPOILERS!) -  1 hour, 24 minutes, 52 seconds
Jul 24 2019 · 1hr 45mins
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Discussion on Goddesses with Lindsey Romain & Natasha Fox

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Join our host Marie-Claire Gould (@mariecgould), featuring our guests Lindsey Romain (@LindseyRomain) Staff writer @nerdist & Natasha Fox (@ashesforfoxes) to Discuss Joseph Cambell’s book Goddesses and the work that inspired it and how it relates to the Sequel Trilogy. Additional Information: Joseph Campbell Goddesses: https://www.amazon.com/Goddesses-Mysteries-Feminine-Collected-Campbell/dp/1608681823 The Goddess and Marija Gimbutas by Maureen Murdock: http://www.jungatlanta.com/articles/spring16-marija-gimbutas.pdf http://www.maureenmurdock.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/05/Gimbutas_marija-1.pdf […]
Jul 22 2019 · 1hr 14mins