It's Caught Up - after dark - the sexy episode. Things are heating up! Heather and Maureen dim the lights, pour themselves a glass of wine, and do a deep dive into People Magazine's Sexiest Man Alive issue.
Maureen and Heather talk turkey on this week's episode! The topic is Thanksgiving and all it's delicious goodness - from mash potatoes with gravy, wearing caftans and elastic waist pants. Also mentioned - Hallmark Channel, Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade and Heather's regret she never pursued her dream of being a Rockette.
Maureen and Heather get into the spirit of Halloween and discuss scary movies, Misery's Annie Wilkes' fashion sense, Mounds vs. Almond Joy's, and costumes from your closet. Also not so spooky tales of Friday fish dinners with seniors, Paul Rudd, and why comedian Will Noonan is being stingy with his homemade bread.
Nothing says Christmas like a sappy, overly-sentimental made-for-TV movie on the Hallmark Channel. Maureen and Heather do a deep dive on all that is the Christmas season on the Hallmark Channel with a sprinkling of Lifetime too. A busy career woman forced to move home to help with her family’s struggling Christmas tree farm? The girls are tuning in.
This episode, Maureen and Heather take listeners through every online dating blunder they can think of. Later, Maureen breaks down Bad Ronald while Heather sends out a personal message to Clark Kent.
It’s an Early Halloween treat as Maureen finds hubby Peter’s stash of candies and discovers “faux baked beans.” Meanwhile, Heather visits a new brew pub in the Seaport District to find her inner “Nantucket.” Plus tales of encroaching nature in Southie and a big reveal involving a well-known local politician.
First, an update on the Southie supermarket situation, including a sausage scenario. Then, Maureen and Heather go 411 on new neighbor, Will Noonan. But their main topic on this episode revolves around friends and the reasons to stop being a BFF! Plus, juvenile delinquency, meatball contests and pepperoni capers.
Southie citizens Maureen and Heather welcome back Maureen’s husband and firefighter Peter Gailunas and former MA DOT and Boston Transportation Department Administrator (and Brain Aneurysm Foundation booster) Tommy Tinlin to discuss corporate responsibility and neighborhood services. From pot-holed and dirty parking lots to spoiled vegetables and a lack of community involvement, the gang of four enumerates the problems with local establishments run by absentee corporate owners.
Recently, the trailer of the new movie based on the musical CATS electrified the internet. Or is that exasperated, exculpated and exonerated? Definitely not those last two… Maureen and Heather explain why.
Today, if you’re seeking companionship, you can find a million people online. But in the 1950’s you only had two choices: bump into a nice guy or gal at an “I hate Sputnik” party or read an advice column in a magazine. On today’s episode, Heather and Maureen point a contemporary lens on some old tropes. Plus, finding a tailor in Southie and the diet dilemmas of a princess.
Your two inimitable hosts recently took in a performance by actor and musician Jeff Goldblum at Boston’s Wilbur Theatre. Very enjoyable show even if some “locals” in the audience didn’t know where Brookline is… plus lots of people-watching at the New Kids on the Block / Debbie Gibson concert and an awkward restaurant incident.
Cancel the APB. Maureen and Heather are aliiiiiive …and preparing for Hunk season. Guys, get ready to be judged! Plus Maureen turns 50, gets a hat and sees a toy story.
Rear Admiral of Barstool Sports and the Spittin’ Chiclets Podcast joins Madame Heather and Maureen for another costume-drama and dragon-filled episode of our show. Meanwhile, as the big bad Bruins inch closer to Lord Frederick Arthur Stanley, the gang gets “caught up” in the excitement.
Maureen and Heather take another “stab” (Episode19 “The Boston Boy Fiend”) at dissecting the story of a local historical true crime. Boston-born Honora Kelley, aka Jane Toppan, may have killed more than thirty people in one of the earliest known cases of “Angel of Death” compulsion.
Back in the day, you needed wigs and makeup to disguise your appearance. Today, digital Apps make it easy to mask defects or embellish looks. On this episode of “Caught Up,” Maureen and Heather consider Instagram “fake views.” Plus, Margherita urges; Vito’s toy; Easter bunnies; terrible turkeys; Mul’s Diner demise; and a succession of Southie non-sequiturs.
HBO’s Game of Thrones offers up its final season and the Caught Up gang plus special guest Michael Ratty dismember, disgorge and disseminate all their favorite details.
Or why would the “Hot Pockets Heiress” risk the wrath of Heather and Maureen (not to mention the legal consequences) to get her kid into college? And in other local news: wild turkeys on a rampage, two middle-aged women brawl on the highway and a young Celtics fan accused of using a racial slur. Plus, is it ok to sneak a 14 year old into an R-rated movie?
Blood and futz on this episode of “Caught Up,” as Maureen and Heather apply their unique analysis to HBO’s “The Inventor.” Plus peeps, hoarders, and a “Mommie Dearest” turn by Patricia Arquette.
Noticing that Southie is teeming with rabbits, Maureen and Heather take us on an urban safari through various species of birds and mammals. Plus, the opening of Sullivan’s means spring is around the corner; the “momo” challenge means the internet makes people crazy; and “limbo” means there’s a place for babies who aren’t baptized.
The story behind the true crime series on Netflix gets the full (monty) treatment from Heather and Maureen. Listen in as our heroines dissect this real life B-Grade “Mars Needs Women” horror-fest. After this episode, you may never trust the neighbors (or your parents) again…
Where did they go? Hiding in Hingham? Cocooning in Cohasset? Conniving at Capo’s? Maureen and Heather return for another episode of Caught Up. Talking points include a Countess, a Festival, a true crime, a Super Bowl commercial and an alcohol free month.