Let's talk about politics, fashion, tech, health, TV commercials, and maybe music. As one does on Overtired.Read More
Brett and Christina chat about Alexa, HomeKit, Mac Malware, and sleep headphones before descending into the darkness of national and world affairs.Read More
Thanks to touch bars and dongles, Overtired finally becomes the tech show it's always been listed as. Don't worry, we went long to talk about TV shows and Adele concerts.
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Christina and Brett are back for an episode recorded before Apple put civilization on the brink by removing a headphone jack and before the fall of #HiddleSwift. What we're saying is...here's a break from everything else this week.Read More
Christina's new job, the end of Brett's psychiatry nightmare, habitual punctuality (and not) as a mental illness, TV galore, and headphones that fit ear asymmetry.Read More
An episode cut short by the RNC. There was still time to complain about the RNC, though. Also, kids movies aren't for kids, Arkansas isn't so bad, and the best hit men are dancing hit men.Read More
From Taylor Swift's love life to Apple's new filesystem, this is an episode that wavers between uncomfortable conversation and overly technical discussion. You know…like pretty much any episode of Overtired.Read More
Brett and Christina dive into their shared love of TV and the commercials that come with it, before going off on a political debate that may be interesting. Or not. You decide, it's an election year.Read More
From Racist McShootFace to the Hulu Apple TV update, Brett and Christina celebrate the Diamond Anniversary of Overtired in true (ADHD) form.Read More
Christina almost went to Costa Rica without trying. Christina was on five flights in 36 hours. She got a cold. Brett has been going on long hikes and sleeping so much that it might permanently affect the nature of the show.
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Let's talk about annoying psychiatrists, 90s pop divas, and the usual run of movie and TV reviews. Then let's debate whether or not your government would bother lying to you...
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- Top with politics and serve hot.
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From nihilist cartoons to yoga-based adult situations, Brett and Christina take an arguably structured approach to the latest news. This episode should have a good Kanye GIF with it, but it doesn't.Read More
Brett and Christina debate the innocence of Steven Avery (spoilers?), and the merits of Minnesota and the Apple TV Remote. Separately.Read More
How would a roommate feel about being kicked out for liking Jewel? How would Brett and Christina feel about it? Let's find out.Read More
Where else will you find a podcast that combines The X-Files, Barbie doll sexploration, and a discussion of the merits of veganism…all in one episode?Read More
Brett and Christina dive into the best of current and past television, and then music by way of recent documentaries, finishing up with a scintillating conversation that will alienate their entire Mormon listenership.Read More
Brett and Christina discuss the iPad Pro, the best apps for the Apple TV, and (of course) a list of comedians, actors, and TV shows.Read More
Christina and Brett discuss (legal) drug problems, homemade pasta, and Norman Reedus make-out protocols. They close out the show discussing the new Apple TV (free of mutual NDAs) and catching up on their movie and TV watching.Read More