Dana likes a good check-in, and this episode is no exception. He wonders whether there will come a time when gays are seen as more than fun, little novelties to straight folks. This sets us on a look at the evolution of what it meant to be gay in the 80s, 90s and today.
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For this special episode, it's happy hour again, and D. Marie, Dana, Erin, and James decide to play that time-honored game of F*ck, Marry, Kill. The results aren't anything less than hilarious. Seriously. It's flippin' funny.
This episode of Two Drinks In starts with D. Marie, who takes a long, hard look at that first kiss of the day and whether morning breath will keep her away. She also muses about what people with morning breath can do with it other than come close to her mouth.
This episode is all about D. Marie. It's also all about Erin. There's a fair share about Dana and a whole heck of a lot about James. In other words, we're talking about narcissism. How appropriate, right!
This time, we take you back to our first cocktail...ever. This listener-submitted topic takes us to each of our first drinks that eventually led us to making this crazy podcast!
In this episode, we delve into practice of set ups. Are they worth it? Are they better than online dating? And should you warn the person before you set her up?
It’s Happy Hour again at Two Drinks In. And for this special episode, we dive into the vaults to bring you stories in which our bodies have seriously betrayed us. Been there, done that, right?
Friend/Not-Friend: that's what we're tacking on today's episode of Two Drinks In. Not familiar with the term? Well, it harkens back to my college days. Anyone who was a friend but...[MORE]
In light of someone suspending his bid for the White House, we thought we’d start off this episode with a brief discussion about the fiasco that was Jeb Bush’s campaign.
It's another surprise Saturday episode (which isn't much of a surprise, really, if we keep releasing them), and the topic comes from one of our listeners...[MORE]
New episode dropped today, and we're talking about travel, our perfect types, and guiltiest of pleasures (well, James is...he sorta monopolized that topic)...[MORE]
We decided to forgo our Valentine's Day plans to record a very special episode of Two Drinks In. Hear D. Marie talk about Bumble, a new (to her) dating app that's plumb-full of hot doctors, hot lawyers, hot accountants...[MORE]
We've got a special episode for you today..........in honor of (drum roll, please) New Year's Eve. Yes, you've read that right: New Year's Eve. Obviously, getting organized was not one of our resolutions...[MORE]
In Episode Seven, our dear Dana coopts the conversation to talk about his new obsession: Stacey Dash (yes, that Stacey Dash, formerly of Clueless fame and now a contributor at Fox News). Why the obsess...[MORE]
Who knew we'd be exploring feminism in relation to voting for Hillary Clinton in this podcast, but that's exactly what D. Marie, Dana, James, and Erin delve...[MORE]
For the third episode, D. Marie, Dana, Erin, and James tackle current affairs, national obsessions, and random thoughts (lots of random thoughts), like what they'd choose to eat for their death row meal, how they each keep themselves so freakin' beautiful, and what it's like to break up with a friend, all the while tipping back many a cocktail in the heart of Minneapolis.
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That's the first topic up for debate in the second official episode of Two Drinks In. All of us have our doubts about his desire to actually lead this great country of ours. What's more, Dana goes so far as to compare good ol' Donnie to...[MORE]
We couldn't just leave you with a single episode at launch, especially with it being an Origin Story (hell, not everyone listens to -- or cares, for that matter -- how exactly a podcast came about. Sometimes, we even skip 'em, and we love podcasts). So, we're giving you...[MORE]
We took our time getting to the actual launch of Two Drinks In (A Podcast Over Ice), affording us the luxury of doing a few test audiences. One of the comments that came out of these tests was that listeners might want to know...[MORE]