Much like Christina and Brett are very consistent in their portrayal of two ADHD, media-obsessed podcasters, Kaley Cuoco is really good at playing that one character.
This one is about music, and not just Taylor Swift. I mean, it’s about Taylor Swift, too, but also other music. Great music. And some not so great. But music.
Crackheads and kittens, TV for kids and adults, Terminals for Mac and Windows, and fonts both monospaced and cursive. This episode exposes two sides of basically everything.
Dealing with personal tragedy, verifying votes, and finally some Taylor Swift talk.
Mean tweets and snowstorms. Plus, what’s not to love about Big Sur, file management apps, and when to walk out of a movie.
Pandemics are hard, let’s watch TV. From zombies to Ponzi schemes to scoring Playstation 5s, this episode will make you run for your underwater scooter. Which will make more sense in a minute. You’ll see.
We heard there was an election. And we heard that, despite what some are saying, Joe Biden won. Oh, and Georgia, home of a younger Christina Warren, made some news. We discuss amongst ourselves.
Ready for a month-long election? We’re preparing with some frank political discussion as well as some pertinent recommendations for escaping the horrifying reality of American life right now. Take once every 24 hours as needed for Post…
If you were trying to make a show that targeted listeners sitting in the middle of a ‘mechanical keyboard lover,’ ‘command line utility user,’ and ‘TV Fanatic’ Venn diagram, this episode would hit the bullseye. You’re welcome.
Get your daily vitamins injected with this hour-long dive into sex cults and cult TV.
Drugs, keyboards, politics, and Microsoft Excel combined in precise proportions and gently shaken to produce an hour of conversation that will leave you saying, "that was an episode of Overtired."
The topics in this episode comprise a guide to conversations which should probably be avoided in… most company. I suppose most Overtired episodes do. But this one hits on veganism, religion, politics, and TV. Ok, you can talk about TV at…
Unscripted like never before. Left to their own devices, the discussion flows from mental health stigmas to TV shows to movies. So basically a topic list is a waste of time, those two always end up on track.
You’ve got your mental health, your mechanical keyboards, and your favorite audiobooks. And Schitt’s Creek sets some Emmy records, so you’ve got your TV, too. Looks like you’re set!
From bipolar disorder to text editors in three simple steps. In peak Overtired fashion, Brett and Christina cover West Coast Air Quality, mental health, the benefits of VS Code, and all of the random tangents you know and love.