The Chatfield Girls gab about the ancient memory-collecting art of scrapbooking. Holly, Shelley, Julie, and Carlie discuss the finer points of memory scraps vs. food scraps, the phrase "fiddly bits," and if being Rasputin is better than being Grand Vazier Jafar. Everyone squeeze in—this photo is definitely going into the Girlo Scrapbook!
The Chatfield girls are all experts this week, as Holly, Shelley, Julie, and Kellie discuss the best places to visit in Southern California. Some of the choices are famous, some should be famous, and one is so shocking that Julie wants to punch someone! Plus, Shelley plays an Easter/April Fool's version of Lightning Round.
Whether it's bloodsport or exercise, kickboxing really riles up the Chatfield Girls. Holly, Shelley, Julie, and Carlie talk about the pros and cons of punching and kicking, as well as the realities of going professional. Plus, everyone's favorite segment "What's Your Name?" comes back with an 80s band name generator.
Bring your canvas totes and your rolling shopping carts, and check out the Chatfield Girls talking about avoiding cashiers at all costs! Holly, Shelley, and Julie compare notes on their shopping adventures and misadventures. Find out which Chatfield girl is an admitted thief, which sister actively boops, and what is The Australian Way to pay. Plus, the new segment "Superlatives" reveals some suprising sisterly love.
Show your Chatfield Girl spirit and listen to Holly, Shelley, Julie, and Carlie talk about the high school phenomenon of letterman jackets. They wonder what a sleeveless version would look like, as well as how much money their parents would have spent if they'd purchased one for each Chatfield girl. In the Writer's Room segment, Holly pitches some idea for a new podcast for her loud-talking husband Caleb.
The Chatfield Girls were raised on girl power, and they are connoisseurs of the cinematic Girl Power genre. This All-Sister special (all 5 Chatfield girls for the price of 1!) shines a spotlight on each of the Chatfield girls' "Girl Power Theory," where the movie they each choose says what they think girl power really is. You'll get jokes about crying at movies, bowling at the olympics, and girl scout cookies.
Are you feeling a little sweaty? So are the Chatfield girls, as they discuss the pros and cons of saunas. Find out which country has the most sauna-crazy population, as well as which form of acting is the sweatiest. Holly, Shelley, and Julie wonder if the shy Shelley would be able to know all of the rules of being in a sauna. And finally, there is a Kid Joke segment that is so intricate, it took Shelley's full page of notes just to tell one joke. Get your schvitz on, Shelley Gang!
It's time to play the music, it's time to light the lights. It's time to get the dinner party started with the Chatfield Girls and their favorite Muppets. Will Holly, Julie, and The Mom Joelle convince the shy Shelley that Stadtler and Waldorf really do have more fun? Your favorite girlos decipher who has A-1 scurrability, who makes the best dinner lookout, and which Muppet is the best kisser.
Also, Shelley shares an Olympic recipe in the segment "Peanut Butter and Shelley."
What does the shy Shelley think about studying the multitude of stars? Will Holly, Julie, and Carlie convince her that she is made of star stuff, or is she going to decide to shatter the glass ceiling of celestial science? Also, why won't the Chatfield Girls stop talking about farts?
These questions and more will be answered in this episode of "Shelley Has Opinions"; plus, the segment "What's Your Name?" returns with a Sherlock Holmes twist!
The Chatfield Girls welcome the original Chatfield girl, Joelle Chatfield—this interview asks the hard-hitting questions, like, "What are the worst trash-can words" and "Which Chatfield Girl was the most herself from the womb?" Also, there is a deep, actually meaningful discussion on the Art of Gushing. Listen in!