This week we're joined by Christina Ciammaichelli, Content Coordinator for Entertainment Weekly, to talk about those first magical moments that made us start 'shipping some of our favorite couples, and also how incredible it is that so many 'shippers have different triggers. What made you start 'shipping Josh and Donna? How early did you realize Pacey and Joey were 'true love' on the creek? Do pilots intentionally start painting love stories immediately? We talk about all of that and more!
In this bonus episode of The Shipping Room, Tamar and Christine chat with Hart of Dixie creator Leila Gerstein about her take on romances in Bluebell, Alabama! Was Zade always endgame? How did George end up with AB? What IS Zoe and Wade's son's name? We tackle all of that and more!
This week, we're visiting Blue Bell, Alabama! Join us in the Shipping Room as we dissect the relationships of Zoe Hart and the rest of the crew on Hart of Dixie. Were you a fan of Lavon and Lemon or did you prefer him with Annabeth? Was Wade really Zoe's soulmate or should she have wound up with George? Do you love Tom and Wanda as much as we do? Listen now and share your thoughts with us on twitter or via email!
In episode 35 we talked about our favorite TV weddings. This week, we're remembering the best moments leading up to those weddings with our favorite TV proposals. We discuss the funniest, the sweetest, and the most over-the-top. What are some of your favorites?? Be sure to share them with us on twitter or email us your thoughts at firstname.lastname@example.org. (NOTE: Audio gets a little wonky toward the end. Bear with us!)
Tamar is back this week, and we are so excited to welcome Lissete Lanuza to talk with us about 'shipping on Once Upon a Time. Are you a fan of Captain Swan or does Swan Queen rule your world? Did you love Neal? Will True Love win for Rumbelle? Does Jennifer Morrison have chemistry with everyone? We get into all of that and more this week!
Tamar is off this week, and Christine is joined by her husband, animator and cartoon enthusiast, Matt Laskodi, to talk about their favorite animated couples. Were we conditioned to believe in "happily ever after" from childhood based on the love stories of our Saturday morning friends? We break down that theory and more as we talk about 'ships from The Flinstones to The Simpsons to Adventure Time and everything in between!
This week we're looking at May/December romances, or love stories between two people who are many years apart in age. We look at our favorites and discuss the merits of them all. What can we learn from these relationships? Why do they work? Why don't they? We get the conversation started and hope you'll join us and continue it! Find us on Twitter or email us!!
Using a very loose definition of the term 'crack ship,' we look at unlikely pairings within one show and across different shows that we like to fantasize about! Much of this discussion is fueled by our audience and we'd love to see the conversation continue on social media. Which characters would make a great starting point for a compelling fan fiction? What is your dream crossover ship? Share with us on twitter or send us an email!
We're so excited to have Aaron & Andy of The Gossip Guys Podcast back with us to chat all things Dawson's Creek. We rewatched some classic episodes to prepare ourselves and then dove head first in Capeside. Dawson vs Pacey, Jack's groundbreaking storyline, Joey singing On My Own - we tackle it all. Be sure to share all your thoughts with us on twitter or email us at shippingroompod.com.
This week we're joined by therapist and author, Kathleen Smith, whose book The Fangirl Life is now available. We unpack the book and look at how fangirled can lead their most constructive life while also enjoying all there is to enjoy from our favorite shows and ships. We also find time to chat about the Looking movie, new Gilmore news, and updates from San Diego Comic Con!
This week we welcome Carina Mackenzie, executive story editor on The CW's The Originals, to chat about the toxic nature of shipping on the Internet. We look at the beauty of fandom and all the good that's come from having an online community to feel our feelings with -- and then discuss the dark side that's come along with it. We'd love to hear you weigh in! Be sure to find us on twitter or send us an email at email@example.com.
This is a very exciting week as we celebrate one year of the Shipping Room! In honor of this momentous occasion, we are doing another listener mailbag! We answer questions, play some middle school games, and give out 'ship superlatives. Also, to mark this milestone we've got some super fun news to mark to share! As always, be sure to find us on twitter or on our website to share your thoughts about all topics discussed!
We've always made a distinction on our show between the aspirational, angsty, will-they-won't-they 'ships and the stable, successful "relationship goals" 'ships. This week we're celebrating the couples we deem to be #relationshipgoals (and reject some suggestions from the internet). Who are some of your faves? Be sure to let us know! Find us on twitter, leave a comment on our website, or send us an email!
We started our Aaron Sorkin coverage a few weeks ago talking about The West Wing with the ladies of the Wingin' It West Wing Podcast. This week, we welcome Kevin Porter of The Gilmore Guys to look at the rest of Aaron Sorkin's TV legacy, namely Sports Night and The Newsroom. How did you feel about Dana and Casey? Jeremy and Natalie? Don and Sloan? We discuss! Be sure to share your thoughts with us @shippingroompod on twitter or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org!
Affairs and cheating bring up a lot of confusing feelings for people - especially when we enjoy watching it happen. This week we look at some of our favorite ships that started as affairs and discuss the moral implications of watching them unfold on TV. What do you think? Be sure to share on twitter or the comments section of the website.
Sometimes you can see a ship coming from a mile away, but other times a couple seems to come out of nowhere and yet, it works perfectly. This week we discuss some our favorite surprise ships and why they worked so well. Who are some of your favorites? Be sure to share with us on twitter, facebook, or at shippingroompod.com!
Hey all! Just a quick check in to let you know how things are going at the festival. We've attended some incredible panels and are getting ready for the Friday Night Lights tailgate tonight! Be sure to follow us on twitter and periscope as we're going to be broadcasting live from the tailgate tonight. Let us know if there are any specific things you want us to try and find out while we're here. Can't wait to share more!!
Listen to our first mini episode of ATX TV Festival weekend for a quick and exciting announcement from Tamar!
When a ship sinks, whether due to a break up, or a death, or any other reason, it often feels like it will be impossible to ever ship the characters with anybody else. And yet, as we discuss this week, so often we are able to recover and continue to enjoy these characters in romantic relationships later on. What are some of your favorite examples of this? Be sure to let us know! Find us on (twitter) or email us at email@example.com.
This week we're taking a break from television to discuss the relationships that captivating us in literature. We dive way back to our early years and contemplate which tropes and ideas have stuck with us and influenced the ships we love on TV today. Plus we talk about the more recent books we've read and loved and share some of our listeners favorites as well. Don't forget, it's never too late to join the conversation. Find us on twitter (@shippingroompod) and share your thoughts!
This week we're joined by return guest, Drunk Monk podcast host Will Choi and newcomer to the show Steven Brandon, co-writer of Lost the Musical. They're here to talk about....what else? The ships of Lost! Lost had so many compelling and complex relationships. We dissect and chat about the brilliance of one of the greatest shows of our time. Don't miss the opening number of Steven and Will's show, Lost the Musical. And as always, be sure to find us on twitter to continue the discussion and tell us what we may have missed.
After watching your favorite ship dance around getting together (sometimes for several seasons), there's nothing like the first time they actually consummate the relationship. This week we welcome Neely Moldovan back to the Shipping Room to chat all about our favorite "first time" scenes. Be sure to find us on Spotify to find our playlist of first time songs. And don't forget to share your thoughts about the episode with us on twitter.
This week we're looking at the common love triangle plot device. What makes a good triangle? What makes a bad one? What are some of the greatest triangles in TV history? We discuss! Be sure to share your thoughts and add your own. Find us on twitter or email us as firstname.lastname@example.org.
One of the most excruciating experiences for a shipper is watching a favorite couple break up. Especially on TV where circumstances often seem to be conspiring to keep our most beloved characters apart. This week we're chatting about all the break ups that left us in shambles. Who are some of your most memorable break ups? Be sure to share with us on twitter and facebook and email us any thoughts you may have at email@example.com. [Shows covered in week 41: Army Wives, Supernatural, Gilmore Girls, Beverly Hills, 90210, Friends and more!]
Come on in and join us as we chat The West Wing with Andrea and Sallie of Wingin' It: The West Wing Podcast. We look at the genius that is Aaron Sorkin and discuss the relationships that could have been as well as the ones that so wonderfully were. Who are some of your faves? Be sure to share with us on twitter (@shippingroompod) or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org! We want to hear from you!