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.
Talking about Brett’s week without ADHD meds somehow leads to a look at things that have to do with the Holocaust that you didn’t know had anything to do with the Holocaust. Shit gets real. And Hannah Montana Linux. Really.
Brett works to overcome his Gen-X-ness as he and Christina discuss a Taylor Swift theme park, technical woes, and some classic movies.
Christina dives deep on Dawson’s Creek and Brett has political debates with family. These two topics are not related. At all. But they make it work.
Overtired is officially back. Like *officially* officially, with, you know, weekly episodes and everything. Just in time for a new Taylor Swift album, too. We hope it was worth the wait!