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After some Empathy Exercises, the Good Doctors take your questions about setting boundaries at work. Watch the original video here! Show Notes: Memorial Day in Guam Residential School Grave Site Discovery in Canada Indigenous Language Pronunciations Naomi Osaka Tulsa Massacre Tulsa Massacre Cover-Up Tulsa Massacre......

*SPOILERS AHOY* ‘Oceans Apart’ is a jam-packed episode that checks in with absolutely everyone, but perhaps doesn’t spend enough time on anyone. The Good Doctors chat about the theme of pregnancy and menstruation in this episode, the storylines they wished had more time spent on......

*SPOILERS AHOY* The Good Doctors dive into the controversy regarding episode 6, ‘Swish,’ today, but first, they go over the developments in Marina’s, Penelope’s, and Eloise’s storylines. Watch the original video here! Show Notes: If you want to check out more of our content or......

In our current culture of cancellation, The Good Doctors are talking about our checklist for empathetic and inclusive apologies and using the Ellie Kemper story as our case study! Watch the original video here! Show Notes: Snag Tights Variety on Ellie Kemper Vulture on Ellie......

*SPOILERS AHOY* The Good Doctors’ recap and review of episode 5, ‘The Duke and I,’ looks at Benedict’s queer coding, Queen Charlotte’s marriage, and Simon and Daphne’s wedding night. Watch the original video here! Show Notes: More thoughts on sex in the show If you......

*SPOILERS AHOY* The Good Doctors charge into episode 4, ‘An Affair of Honor.’ They continue their discussion on diversity and the treatment of race in Bridgerton, continue to be disappointed in Anthony’s choices, and break down the dramatic climax of Daphne and Simon’s developing feelings.......

The Good Doctors break down racism as a system vs. racist thoughts vs. white supremacy vs…. well, they get into it. Watch the original video here! Show Notes: I’m Still Here by Austin Channing Brown Eloquent Rage by Britney Cooper Brittany Packnett Cunningham Kaitlin B.......

*SPOILERS AHOY* Episode 3, ‘The Art of the Swoon’ is chock-full of new things we learn about our full cast of characters. The Good Doctors discuss Marina’s storyline, the use of love triangles in the romance genre, Anthony and Siena, Simon and Daphne’s progressing relationship......

*SPOILERS AHOY* It’s time for the second episode of Netflix’s Bridgerton! Dr. Erin and Dr. Kristen discuss “Shock and Delight.” We get insight into Simon’s backstory and why he is so opposed to marriage, lots of lovely “Penloise” content, and find out that the ladies......

Topics covered: burnout, Puritanical Theology, Rick Santorum, and more. Watch the original video here! Show Notes: The Bouncebackability Factor Burnout Invisible Women Rick Santorum Dismisses Indigenous Communities If you want to check out more of our content or if you think The Good Doctors could......

*SPOILERS AHOY* The Good Doctors start their newest recap and analysis series with episode 1 of Bridgerton, an adaptation of Julia Quinn’s early 2000’s book series. First, Dr. Kristen sets up some context for understanding the romance genre, then Dr. Erin and Dr. Kristen recap......

*SPOILERS AHOY* In their second supplementary Bridgerton video, The Good Doctors discuss the show’s attempts and failures to represent the full range of humans in their casting choices, and how the move from book to screen could have done better to explore the multitude of......

*SPOILERS AHOY* In their third supplementary Bridgerton video, Dr. Kristen and Dr. Erin continue the conversation on diversity with a discussion of body shape representation in popular media, particularly romance. They touch on how it’s been handled so far in Bridgerton, and their hopes and......

*SPOILERS AHOY* Dr. Kristen and Dr. Erin answer the question, “What do you need to know about the romance genre?” From Harlequin bodice rippers to faith-based love stories, and marriage of convenience to fake dating, The Good Doctors break down the difference between the romance......

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