Episode 6: Own the Brassy

May 30, 2015
On this week's episode of Method to the Madness Miró and Kathryn revisit the cult classic Waiting for Guffman and their unapologetic admiration for Iris Apfel, the Terry Gross/Marc Maron interview, andBad Feminist by Roxane Gay.
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Episode 5: Baby Did a Bad Bad Thing

May 20, 2015
On this week's episode Miró talks to Kathryn about new evidence in the Adnan Syed murder case, why the juxtaposition of Serial and The Jinx are perfect complements and the rise of longform murder mystery storytelling (true and fictional).   
Oh. And the Bachelorette season premiere. Duh. 
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Episode 4: This is Just What My Face Looks Like

May 13, 2015

Today on the podcast Kath and Miró discuss Amy Schumer's 'Girl, You Don't Need Makeup' video and why Miró chooses to look like a 12-year-old on the reg. We review All the Way, a play about President LBJ and the 1964 Civil Rights Act at Austin's Zach Theatre (and soon to be dramatized for HBO). 

Also, why LBJ and Elvis are oh so alike, Rhianna's Chinese pizza dress, and how old is Ralph Lauren, really?!

Episode 3: BBD from the BBC

April 28, 2015

Kath opens with a Harriet Monroe poem and then tells Miró all about her trip to Memphis including the Disney World that is Graceland, Sun Records and a town that needs a little extra lovin. Miró professes her love of Boring British Drama (BBD) from the BBC and the girls discuss Wolf Hall, Bloodline, and Daredevil. All of which you should be watching.

Episode 2: In A World… Where Everything’s Free

April 14, 2015

Kathryn and Miró wax poetic about Tig Notaro and how Trevor Noah needs to take page out of her book. But should he delete those terrible tweets? Should we all have the "Right to be Forgotten"? Also, why Tidal may not be the end of the world.

Oh, and Kath reads a gorgeous Yeats poem.

Episode 1: CIA Sexism

April 5, 2015
MttM inaugural episode! 
A poem by Emily Dickinson, big changes at The Daily Show, why Jessica Williams isn't "leaning in," and encountering sexism at the dentist.