Episode 48: Blindspotting

Welcome to Screen Tea Podcast! Crank the speakers in your Uber and get ready as Lisha & Jules cover Lisha’s favorite movie (yes, again, it’s a whole thing), Carlos L√≥pez Estrada’s 2018 feature length directorial debut, Blindspotting! Grab some green juice (but not from the Kwik Way tho) and dial it up as Lisha digs (Diggs?) deep into the amazing writing and borderline loses it over movie preference hierarchies, Jules keeps on with her apparent issues with cry-acting and highlights stellar cinematography, and both of your hosts lavish never-ending praise onto writers Daveed Diggs and Rafael Casal. This is an important film, folks, maybe one of the most important movies about racial disparity in America that you can get your hands on; so watch it, and then come back to us for some FACEVASIN’. 

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Sources for information gathered for this episode were: http://www.imdb.com, http://www.wikipedia.org,  http://www.rottentomatoes.com, http://www.metacritic.com, 

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Special Episode 45: Hamilton

Welcome to a special episode of Screen Tea Podcast! She did it: Jules won spouse of the year and gifted Lisha the chance to cover her favorite on-screen media of all time, 2020’s film release of Thomas Kail and Lin-Manuel Miranda’s Hamilton! Grab a Sam Adams (spoiler alert: Lisha had a few during this recording) and listen as your hosts give their impressions of the hit Broadway musical, track-by-track! Lisha unlocks a level of fangirling you’ve never quite heard before, mostly over Aaron Burr (and with that, a new level of swearing: this is not a Disney-appropriate episode, folks!), Jules reveals how helpless she really is over Phillipa Soo/Eliza (and just how much she doesn’t appreciate Lin-Manuel Miranda’s cry-singing), and both of your podcasters have a lot to say about Chris Jackson’s eyebrows. Come ring out the hellyear that was 2020 and ring in the new year with us, folks, and raise a glass!

Sources for information gathered for this episode were: http://www.wikipedia.org, Hamilton: The Revolution by Jeremy McCarter and Lin-Manuel Miranda (Book), https://www.elle.com/culture/movies-tv/a33276038/hamilton-eliza-gasp-meaning-ending-explained/, The Hamilcast: A Hamilton Podcast (episodes 225 + 226), and the hours and hours of cast interviews that live in our heads rent free.

Find us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/screenteapodcast, hit us up on Twitter @screenteapod, shoot us an e-mail at thescreenteapodcast@gmail.com, and check out our website at http://www.screenteapodcast.com!

Happy listening!

Please go check out https://www.watershedvoice.com/, an independent nonprofit news organization based in Three Rivers, Michigan. Watershed Voice, on top of being a new and much needed strong journalistic presence, has also decided to feature Screen Tea Podcast on their digital news site! Support them with a subscription, by sharing their page on social media, and with good old fashioned word of mouth.

(Excellent podcast logo commissioned from the talented Mel. Find Mel on Instagram @javadoodler, website http://www.javadoodleart.com, or on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/Javadoodle.Art.

Our incredible intro music was composed by Detroit musician Sasha Kashperko!)

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