Timelessly Cool (with Jill Gutowitz)

An episode that will undoubtedly be used as a resource on LGBTQIA+ allyship and gay rights manual for the alien species forever into the future. Writer and world's biggest and last remaining Pinkberry customer Jill Gutowitz stops by to explain to us (and the aliens) that adjusting a lesbian's clothing is actually a homophobic slur, how to get a boyfriend through AIM as a young closeted resident of New Jersey, and that the looks exchanged by hot young cheerleaders in an early aughts cinematic masterpiece are actually peak gay.

Jill's Artifacts

  • AIM (Technology)
  • Freaky Friday (2003 Film)
  • The glances exchanged between Kirsten Dunst, Gabrielle Union, and Eliza Dushku in Bring It On (Cinematic Moment)
  • Pinkberry (Food)
  • A Taylor Swift Avatar On Twitter Telling You To Die (Experience)

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