Married To Bravo Episode 5 – The Politics of Friendship


Xchel married Joleen, which means he also (reluctantly) married all things Bravo TV. Listen as comedians Joleen Lunzer-Hernandez and Xchel Hernandez have fun breaking down episodes of the newest season of the Real Housewives of New York City.

In this episode they breakdown episode 5 – The Politics of Friendship.

Married To Bravo Episode 4 – The Etiquette of Friendship


Xchel married Joleen, which means he also (reluctantly) married all things Bravo TV. Listen as comedians Joleen Lunzer-Hernandez and Xchel Hernandez have fun breaking down episodes of the newest season of the Real Housewives of New York City.

In this episode they breakdown episode 4 – The Etiquette of Friendship.

Married To Bravo Podcast Episode 1


Married To Bravo Episode 1

Joleen Lunzer-Hernandez & Xchel Hernandez
Married comedians Xchel & Joleen Hernandez talk Real Housewives of New York City.
Xchel married Joleen, which means he also (reluctantly) married all things Bravo TV. Listen as comedians Joleen Lunzer-Hernandez and Xchel Hernandez breakdown episodes of the newest season of the Real Housewives of New York City.

My Buffy Blanket


Why I love Buffy!

Moody Gurl

Twenty years ago today, Buffy The Vampire Slayer premiered on the WB. The year was 1997 and from the first episode on, I was hooked. I mean, how could I not be? Buffy and I had so much in common. Buffy was in high school. I was in high school. Buffy was a peppy California girl. I was an undiagnosed ADHD Minnesota girl. Buffy was in love with a cold-blooded vampire. I was in love with a hockey player. Buffy saved the world each week. I saved every letter my friends ever wrote to me. Buffy had sun-kissed skin and blonde hair. I had sun allergic skin and fading reddish hair from a “Fire Engine Red” box dye job I had given myself a few years before, when I was chasing Angela Chase’s hair color from the prematurely departed ABC teen drama, My So-Called Life. Okay so maybe the…

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