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Every week Jackie Zebrowski, Molly Knefel and Holden McNeely give you the yeehas and the yahoos on celebrity gossip so you can talk to your co-workers and finally know what the hell they're talking about. Brought to you by The Last Podcast NetworkWrite to us! thelastpodcastnetwork@gmail.com

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Every week Jackie Zebrowski, Molly Knefel and Holden McNeely give you the yeehas and the yahoos on celebrity gossip so you can talk to your co-workers and finally know what the hell they're talking about. Brought to you by The Last Podcast NetworkWrite to us! thelastpodcastnetwork@gmail.com

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You all rock!

By K8ee07 - Feb 26 2020
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Long time listener to all things LPN. Page 7 remains my favorite and I have loved all of the hosts. Marcus was fun, but Holden is friggin hilarious and this content seems perfect for his humor. I don’t find Molly negative at all! She has a light and nonjudgmental way of raising very serious sociopolitical issues that need raising, even while they’re talking about absolute (delightful) trash. She doesn’t deny her own biases and she’s self-reflective. Jackie seems open, vulnerable, funny, and real. She helps to destigmatize many things, including mental health, in important ways. I love the pop history episodes, it gives us another side of this team and it gives us some Natalie. I could listen to Page 7 for days straight and be ready for more. Thank you to the team for their endless hard work! 💜

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By kflowers0101 - Jan 08 2020
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Can’t wait to see you in Chicago on the 9th!!

iTunes Ratings

2125 Ratings
Average Ratings
1978
60
29
22
36

You all rock!

By K8ee07 - Feb 26 2020
Read more
Long time listener to all things LPN. Page 7 remains my favorite and I have loved all of the hosts. Marcus was fun, but Holden is friggin hilarious and this content seems perfect for his humor. I don’t find Molly negative at all! She has a light and nonjudgmental way of raising very serious sociopolitical issues that need raising, even while they’re talking about absolute (delightful) trash. She doesn’t deny her own biases and she’s self-reflective. Jackie seems open, vulnerable, funny, and real. She helps to destigmatize many things, including mental health, in important ways. I love the pop history episodes, it gives us another side of this team and it gives us some Natalie. I could listen to Page 7 for days straight and be ready for more. Thank you to the team for their endless hard work! 💜

No title review.

By kflowers0101 - Jan 08 2020
Read more
Can’t wait to see you in Chicago on the 9th!!
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Page 7

Latest release on Feb 14, 2020

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Every week Jackie Zebrowski, Molly Knefel and Holden McNeely give you the yeehas and the yahoos on celebrity gossip so you can talk to your co-workers and finally know what the hell they're talking about. Brought to you by The Last Podcast NetworkWrite to us! thelastpodcastnetwork@gmail.com

Welcome to Page 7!

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Welcome to Page 7! Every week we take a fun-filled romp through the world of pop culture to talk about juicy gossip, what we're watching and to throw down hatchi matchis on some celebrity daddies.

Feb 14 2020

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Where's Page 7?

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Don't worry guys, you can still hear us dish on the latest in celebrity goss!

Feb 14 2020

1min

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iTunes Ratings

2125 Ratings
Average Ratings
1978
60
29
22
36

You all rock!

By K8ee07 - Feb 26 2020
Read more
Long time listener to all things LPN. Page 7 remains my favorite and I have loved all of the hosts. Marcus was fun, but Holden is friggin hilarious and this content seems perfect for his humor. I don’t find Molly negative at all! She has a light and nonjudgmental way of raising very serious sociopolitical issues that need raising, even while they’re talking about absolute (delightful) trash. She doesn’t deny her own biases and she’s self-reflective. Jackie seems open, vulnerable, funny, and real. She helps to destigmatize many things, including mental health, in important ways. I love the pop history episodes, it gives us another side of this team and it gives us some Natalie. I could listen to Page 7 for days straight and be ready for more. Thank you to the team for their endless hard work! 💜

No title review.

By kflowers0101 - Jan 08 2020
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Can’t wait to see you in Chicago on the 9th!!