Great podcast today with first time guest Ali Barthwell from Vulture.com. If you haven't read their summaries, you should. I've linked to his two recaps from this season below for viewing. I only started reading Ali last season, and she immediately became one of my favorite recaps of this franchise. Not to mention her background in comedy, and she was hired as a writer for John Oliver this summer. He has a fun and unique take on the show, he's been covering it since the Chris Soules season, so he picks up on the nuances, the tropes, and is aware of all the old tired stories that each season brings. As a black woman who covers this show as extensively as she is, I find it fascinating for all the reasons we've talked about numerous times this summer. I also ask her about it and she gives a very thoughtful answer. Great conversation with Ali and she will definitely be in the future. As always, if you want to respond to the interview, please include Ali's Twitter username (@wtflanksteak) in your responses. Thanks once more to Ali for coming.
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(SPOILERS) I start by briefly reviewing this week's "Bachelor" episode and sit up for the weeks forward. Then Ali joins me (three:35) as we speak about her profession in comedy, how she received into the protection of "Bachelor," the dearth of variety on the present, and if it's had an impact on her, what she thinks. from Matt to date. Because the lead, she's a WWE fan and far, way more.
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