To paraphrase the greatest movie ever made, "Baby Mama": Let's talk about the ancient art of karaoke. The Chatfield Girls live that diva lifestyle and impress each other by weighing the pros and cons of everyone's favorite drunk pasttime. But, the Chatfield Girls don't drink--they're just hams. Or are they? Shelley will showcase her abilities to get laughs for days.
Beware: for the first time ever, two Chatfield sisters were recording in the same room, and the audio quality is rough.
The Chatfield Sisters dig deep into Shelley's psyche to find out what she really thinks about the cursed Impulse Buy section at her local grocery store. Will she agree with Holly that it's the perfect training ground for thieves, or will she lean towards Julie's argument that it's a torture chamber for parents of small children? Maybe she will side with Carlie, who tries to hypnotize Shelley during the whole episode.
Also, come play the Emilio Estevez game with the Chatfield girls. They need help remembering the rules, and they could really use your assistence.
The Chatfield Girls are at it again, trying to decipher just how quickly Shelley would faint if she got a real tattoo. To circumvent the nanosecond of pain she would feel, the idea of temporary tattoos is discussed. How much does a full-sleeve temporary tattoo cost? When will the alliteration tax be repealed? And how many temporary tattoos can Julie fit into her mouth? Shelley tells us all of these answers, and more!
Also, the "What's Your Name" segment is back, and this time, the Chatfield Sisters discover their old-fashioned names. Who is Kit Sullivan, and just how spunky is she? Which Chatfield sister becomes a professional neighbor? And exactly how does someone never read a horror story they have written?
What's up, Girl-Os! The Chatfield Sisters get together to talk about the shining jewel of TGIF, America's Funniest Videos! Julie tries to remind Shelley of the delightful 90s fashions and the many crotch hits of the classic TV show, and Holly argues that maybe the mean-spirited show ignored the people behind the camera. There is talk of the Chatfield Sisters merch store, as well as a surprising amount of talk about how Holly does not have a crotch. The girls introduce a new segment, based on the many delightful name generators floating around the internet, called "What's Your Name?"
And finally, the revelation about how far Julie would have gone to meet Bob Saget is revealed. Would she go "...for the red, white, and blue" or "the funny things you do"? America, America, this is you.
The five Chatfield Girls banded together to share their silliest Halloween traditions with the Shelley Gang. Join them as they make their 2017 Halloween resolutions, as well as hear Shelley's spooky Million Dollar Idea (featuring Shia Le Beouf!). Each sister will present Shelley with a different poltergeist—the one Shelley chooses will haunt even the bravest member of the Shelley Gang! Also, Holly produced this episode and has officially died and gone to heaven.
Watch out for that... DRIVE-THRU TREE! The Chatfield Girls get knee-deep in talking about roadside attractions and their attractiveness. Are you more of a spooky rubber duck person, or maybe you would pull over to visit the Serial Killers Ahoy exhibit? Shelley informs the audience about the road situations of Indonesia and other countries in the Pacific, and Julie tells the tale of the smartest dad at Dinosaur Storytime. Finally, The Chatfield Sisters Mount Rushmore is constructed, with the addition of the great lost American president: Wintson Churchill.
In the very first Bonus Pod, Holly gives a brief overview of her special Mother/Daughter trip to California. The review does not follow the typical Shelley Has Opinions pro/con outline, but it does illuminate Holly's newfound desire to silently be in places of higher learning. Plus, a shocking kiss twist is unveiled!
The Chatfield Sisters are Redlands Daily Facts famous, after their hometown newspaper wrote an article about them. Because of that, they couldn't be bothered to think of a topic that would appeal to the plebians. Holly, Julie, and Carlie try to get Shelley's opinion about room service, but in a new and interesting way: Holly gives extreme opinions on both the Yea and the Nay, and Julie offers lukewarm opinions on both sides. The Shelley Gang can learn about Julie's fear of new menu items, Carlie's #blessed hotel lifestyle, and Holly's fascination with their mom's chocolate milk opinions. Also, a new segment is born: The Emilio Estevez game.
The Chatfield Girls talk about their most controversial topic yet: should you eat the candy that you liked as a child? Holly and Kellie say yes, Julie says no—but what will Shelley say? The enthralling-from-start-to-finish conversation touches on classic Saturday morning cartoon commercials, Holly's thirst for craven cravings when she's pregnant, and Kellie's international candy preferences. We introduce a new podcast-within-a-podcast/intervention called "Julie Has Wack Opinions," as well as a new segment called "Tall Tales From Short Stacks."
Join us, if you're ready to dip your toe into the sugary, sticky topic of eating candy.
Have you ever watched a Zombie Run go by and thought, "Is that for me?" The Chatfield girls weren't sure if Shelley had, so they asked her. Holly, Shelley, Julie, and Carlie discuss the ins and outs of fun runs of all sorts: eating/puking races, brightly colored races, and even races where they give you a gorilla suit to wear. The answer about Shelley's opinion really comes down to her tolerance of whimsy—can she handle it?
Also, the Chatfield Girls discuss their Halloween costume ideas and Shelley schools the Shelley Gang on what it really means to waffle about a subject in her new segment, "The Gray Zone."
Join the fun and possibly even the run!