DCOMedy

Episode 6: Stay In Your Lalaine

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Sorry this one is tad late folks, but if there were any movie to prove the idea that time has no meaning it would be You Wish! Join Emma and Luke as they take a look at this It's A Wonderful Life ripoff that is really an advertisment for mental health awareness more than anything else. Wherein a boy may or may not kill his little brother but definitely finds out magic is real despite no one doing anything worthwhile with it.

Luke relives being a younger brother and defends some Power Rangers. Emma shows how out of touch she is and reveals she is no longer afraid to die.

Talking Points: Mysterious Slime, Pet Turkeys, Bully Eating Disorders, Outdoor Lunchrooms, Pseudo Style Corner, BLING, Where’s On First?, Inexplicable Parkour, Disney Channel Teen Parties, Emma’s PSA, The Craziest Speech, They Paid for Vanessa Carlton?, Stranger Danger, Keeping Those Taglines Coming, Housekeeping

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DCOMedy - Episode 6: Stay In Your Lalaine
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  • luca

    i have to leave a comment because i have really been enjoying this podcast and this episode alone made me laugh a lot but the treatment of mental illness in this podcast is horrendous and insensitive. like i can sit through the excessive usage of the word "insane" even though it sucks because maybe it's an ignorance thing, but please please please DO NOT recommend people call the cops on their mentally ill loved ones even as a joke. that is how people get shot and not only that but mental institutions are not good places for mentally ill people and there is a long history of abuse. some of this i have witness first hand having been institutionalized myself. emma you are a really funny person but please if you read this try to read up on that stuff because i felt such a whiplash in this episode going from laughing to nauseous at the comments you made about this character. even though it is a fiction people with psychotic mental illnesses are not a joke and you are right they should be taken seriously, this is just not the way to go about it. i am sorry to be so harsh but this i am trying to be really honest here because i am enjoying this podcast a lot and im going to continue listening. maybe someone has said something to you already but if not i really hope this is seen and taken to heart.