The Revolutionary Impact of Hamilton On and Off Broadway ft. Morgan McNair

Episode 33: The Revolutionary Impact of Hamilton On and Off Broadway ft. Morgan McNair

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On this week’s episode of Marvelous Geeks, Gissane Sophia and Morgan McNair sit down to discuss the production of Hamilton that aired on Disney+. They discuss the first time they heard the album, their favorite tracks, and the fact that the hype behind Hamilton is revolutionary for a reason–changing the way people who aren’t typically into Broadway look at the world of musical theatre.

We hope you’re staying safe and healthy. God bless.

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FX’s The Americans and All the Reasons Why Everyone Should Watch It ft. Katie Kawa

Episode 32: FX’s The Americans and All the Reasons Why Everyone Should Watch It ft. Katie Kawa

On this week’s episode of Marvelous Geeks, Gissane Sophia sits down with the inimitable Katie Kawa, head writer and founder of Nerdy Girl Notes to discuss Emmy award winning TV drama, The Americans! We discuss the series’ strengths and lovingly call out anyone who’s into TV/film who still hasn’t watched the show.

There are spoilers half way through the podcast and you are warned when to turn it off if you want to remain unspoiled.

We hope you’re all safe and healthy!

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Hopes for the Upcoming Bridgerton TV Show and Ranking the Book Series ft. Jenna Guidi

Episode 31: Hopes for the Upcoming Bridgerton TV Show and Ranking the Book Series ft. Jenna Guidi

On this week’s episode of Marvelous Geeks, Gissane Sophia and Jenna Guidi are back to discuss what’s taken over their lives since March, the Bridgertons! Bridgerton is a collection of eight historical romance books written by the inimitable Julia Quinn that’s coming to Netflix sometime this year. (That’s another point of this podcast, a plea for Netflix to give it to us sooner than later. Please.) We rank the books based on our favorites, discuss our favorite pairings, and share our hopes for the TV series.

This is not a spoiler free podcast. If you haven’t read the books and want to be surprised, hold off listening until you do.

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Taylor Swift’s Folklore Album Review ft. Amanda Lee

Marvelous Geeks Episode 30: Taylor Swift’s Folklore Album Review ft. Amanda Lee

On this week’s episode of Marvelous Geeks, Gissane Sophia sits down with the biggest Taylor Swift fan she knows, one of her favorite humans, Amanda Lee. The two discuss their top favorite songs off of Folklore along with their favorite lyrics from each song. They also choose a favorite song from Swift’s entire discography.

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Save Sanditon and the Plea for a Renewal ft. Jenna Guidi

Marvelous Geeks · Episode 29: Save Sanditon the Plea for A Renewal ft. Jenna Guidi

On this week’s episode of Marvelous Geeks, Gissane Sophia returns after an unplanned hiatus (blame technology and app updates) to talk all things ITV/PBS’s Sanditon with the ever so talented artist and fellow historical romance enthusiast Jenna Guidi. We get into some of our favorite parts of the series, promise to return for full episode reviews if there’s a renewal, and talk all things TV series and trust issues.

If you have a moment, please sign the petition for a Sanditon renewal that will properly honor Jane Austen’s legacy and happily ever after ending. www.change.org/p/itv-give-us-sanditon-series-2

And if you’re on Twitter, please give this particular tweet a RT to show amazon that you want a renewal. twitter.com/primevideouk/status…1273247132347179009

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The Act of Shipping and Civil Discourse

The Act of Shipping and Civil Discourse 

On this week’s episode of Marvelous Geeks, Morgan McNair and I (Gissane Sophia) are back to discuss the act of shipping and civil discourse when you don’t agree with another one’s choice. The conversation features different ships from shows like One Tree Hill, Jane the Virgin, Harry Potter, and more. We discuss what it means to be a fan and distinguishing between something that isn’t written well vs. something that doesn’t resonate with us. And finally, in the midst of all this conversation carries to note how much we dislike what’s happening with writing nowadays and the decision to subvert expectations. This is a podcast episode that could go on and on because the topics up to debate are ones that are constantly being had amongst all sorts of fandoms.

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Creativity in Business, Opinions on the Internet, and Bohemian Rhapsody ft. Malia Dickinson and Sarah Parsons Part I and II

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For two weeks in a row Marvelous Geeks episodes feature two lovely former coworkers turned friends, Malia Dickinson and Sarah Parsons  to discuss all sorts of topics pertaining to the minds of creative souls and all the social media aficionados, too. We talk all things spreading kindness, business, finances, Disney, the MCU, cons, the films we want to see more, and scream about our love for 2018’s Queen biopic Bohemian Rhapsody.

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Captain Marvel Review

Captain Marvel Review

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On this week’s episode of Marvelous Geeks, Morgan McNair joins me to talk all things Captain Marvel. The review is not spoiler free, so listen at your own risks. We talk all things astounding scene stealer Goose the cat and tie the film into Avengers: Endgame a bit.

And as promised in the Podcast, here’s my Flerken, Peggy Carter the cat. But you can call us Goose, too.

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Forgiveness and Apologizing

Forgiveness and Apologizing ft. Arsineh Sarkisian

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On this week’s episode of Marvelous Geeks my sweet sunshine sister Arsineh joins me in discussing a topic that we feel is deeply important not only in our lives but for mankind. We talk saying “I’m sorry”, apologizing when need be, kindly approaching confrontations, and self forgiveness, too. We even discuss a huge flaw we both have that’s often pointed out to us and the approaches we’ve taken to manage it.

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Friendships and the Importance of Communication

Friendships and the Importance of Communication

On this week’s episode of Marvelous Geeks, I throw it back to October 17 when I got to sit down with two of my incredible friends in Philadelphia, Melody and Leen to discuss a topic that’s very near to our hearts. We talk about how we all met and what it’s like to carry on a long distance friendship all while giving our input on what makes a healthy friendship. The good, the bad, the ugly? We get into it. The podcast gets a little bit emotional as we share some of the struggles we’ve gone through in our lives (i.e. depression, anxiety, grief) and the kind of help/space that’s appreciated.

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