See Also

A pop culture dispatch from the DMs of Kate Jinx and Brodie Lancaster.

See Also is a weekly dispatch where hosts Kate Jinx and Brodie Lancaster connect the dots of pop culture. Each episode is filled with Further Reading wormholes and matching recommendations to Add To Cart, or at least Ope

Episode 41: Ghost World (Toy Poodle)

It's a funky poodle this week!Directed by Terry Zwigoff based on Dan Clowes’ beloved, cult graphic novel and co–written by Zwigoff and Clowes, GHOST WORLD is a window into the friendship between two teen girls Enid (Thora Birch) and Rebecca (Scarlett Johansson) – true outsiders – over the summer following their high school graduation as their allegiance first and foremost to each other starts to wain. These are the caustic, counterculture obsessed girls you either identify with, or you fear. They’re working out what to do next – Rebecca's got a clearer path than Enid, who's got to get through an excruciating remedial art class (taught by Illeana Douglas) in order to get her high school diploma. One day Enid and Rebecca prank a lonely guy behind a personal ad. Soon, hermetic record collector Seymour (Steve Buscemi), enters their cool, misanthropic world and unsettles their folie à deux friendship for good.See AlsosThe Women of Ghost World on Working with Terry ZwigoffThe Dan Clowes Reader edited by Ken ParilleThe work of Aline Kominsky-CrumbTavi Gevinson's interview with Dan ClowesThe work of Julie Doucet (Drawn & Quarterly)Ione Skye's short David Goldberg based on "Ice Haven' from 2011Seance in Wowsville, Criterion essay by Howard HamptonGhost World at 20Tillie Waldren, author of On a Sunbeam, I Love This PartBrodie's post about Scarlett's ironing boardsWatch AlsoCrumbFunny PagesAmerican SplendourDiary of a Teenage GirlDaria season 3, episode 5: “The Lost Girls” (here's the episode of Doree Shafrir's podcast Rerun where Aminatou Sow discusses it)Find us on Instagram @seealsopodcast

Episode 38: All Goalsed Out

See Also is a weekly dispatch that connects the dots of pop culture, with plenty of further reading and ideas to Add To Cart – or at least Open in New Tab.This week, Kate and Brodie are long-distance podcasting (apols for sound quality!) about BL's Capricorn stellium, Jinxy going to Psarakos and the J-Lo wedding industrial complex, before they dig into Poker Face, the new Rian Johnson howcatchem (as opposed to whodunnit) series starring Natasha Lyonne. Spoiler alert: it's excellent and very stylish. With a new setting and cast of characters each week, it's a throwback to the era of Colombo, which brings up some funny memories about deviated septums for Jinxy. Also: Alsos!See AlsosBarbara Hepworth show 'In Equilibrium' at HeideAn Attempt to Make Sense of the Jennifer Lopez Wedding Industrial-Complex Canon by Rachel HandlerOur Natasha Lyonne episode: Teenage Psychological Brain DamageNatasha Lyonne in Rolling StoneJohn Darnielle in VultureInterview with costume designer Trace Gigi FieldModern Lovers by Emma StraubAlso Alsos SLICE ALSO: Tojiro bread slicer (IRL at All Are Welcome in Melbourne, online here.)SUBSCRIBE ALSO: Emily Gould's new Making It Newsletter for New York MagazineEXFOLIATE ALSO: Le Tush Butt Mask from MegababeHIDE ALSO: IT Cosmetics Bye Bye Under Eye concealerLISTEN ALSO: Preacher's Daughter by Ethel CainTALLY ALSO: TBR – Bookshelf appEXTRA ALSO: Pay the Rent reminder. Consider setting up an auto payment each month if you can.Find us on Instagram @seealsopodcast