This week on Can I Just Say, we discuss Jane Austen’s Emma, our well meaning and often misguided heroine of a very different sort than we have met up until this point. We talk of responsibility and pride and what may be the true meaning of ‘extensive grounds’
This week on Can I Just Say, culture writer Lindsey Romain joins us to discuss Star Wars: The Last Jedi and we had the most fun talking about The Force, the characters, the themes…. and a few things we had not anticipated.
This week on Can I Just Say, Andrew Dyce joins us to discuss the 1995 and 2005 adaptations of Pride and Prejudice. We had a fantastic conversation, a crazy revelation mid-podcast, and sadly some tech problems and not our usual standard of audio quality (sorry!) We find great enjoyment in professing opinions which in fact are our own.
This week on Can I Just Say, we discuss Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice. We talk about the beautifully flawed characters of Elizabeth Bennet and Fitzwilliam Darcy, the choices (or lack thereof) for women of that time, and who we would choose to go to our Ball and who to our dinner party.
This week on Can I Just Say, our Jane Austen discussions continue with the beloved 1995 adaptation of Sense and Sensibility. We sing the praises of Emma Thompson, we have a really hard time picking one favorite thing, and we have a great time discussing the relationship between a book and a well done adaptation.
Special Episode: Dispatches from Con of Thrones – a series of podcasts of Daphne’s panels at the Con. This one is from the Sisterhood of Sansa and Arya Stark panel with Lindsey Romain, Laura Stone, and Kristine Kippins where we talk about loving our Stark girls and how we experience their characterization and arcs as women in the Game of Thrones fandom.