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Betty Felon and Whitney Holmes are both lifelong fans of Teen Witch, and have plenty to say about it. The primacy of female sexual desire, the ethics of witchcraft, the enigma of Polly, and the heartbreak failed birthday parties (which can happen at any age). Also we figure out which suburbs the 80s took place in.
Poet and friend of the show S. Whitney Holmes is back to discuss the original Wet Hot American Summer. 4-H Camp, belly shirts, Christopher Meloni, and the constant fear that people are only talking to you as a way of making fun of you. This is a pretty loose and disjointed conversation, but that does seem appropriate to the subject matter.
Poet and inaugural Into It guest S. Whitney Holmes joins educator and jill-of-all-trades M.M. Plumm on the show to talk about The X-Files. The awkwardness of Mulder, the skepticism of Scully, the hotness of Skinner, and the queerness of Krycek. All this and a roomful of mixed feelings about the revival.
On this first episode of Into It, Elle is joined by poet and editor S. Whitney Holmes to talk about the 1990 TV miniseries Stephen King's It. Along the way they get into childhood stories, why Whitney was blacklisted from slumber parties, hetero dudes sharing bicycles, Elle's affection for clowns, and the dark bitter truth at the heart of all this melodrama.