Shi-shi-shi, dahling! Our friends and fellow Nancy Ad-Meyer-ers Luke and Jacob join us this week to discuss a nostalgic favorite: Father of the Bride! This movie makes us laugh, makes us cry, and really makes us want to hug our dads – So crack open a cold one and listen to an episode as casual as your dad’s relaxed-fit jeans.
We are so excited to welcome very special guest Kevin T. Porter (Gilmore Guys, Funny or Die) to discuss The Intern! Much like this movie, Kevin is an absolute delight and after talking about Nancy Meyers with him for two hours, we fully expect to be buried together.
Greetings from Bitchville! This week we watched the completely insane romantic comedy/mystery thriller I Love Trouble, starring Nick Nolte and Julia Roberts. Their obvious disdain for one another is the most interesting thing about this movie – which isn’t saying much, considering it’s about milk.
Cheers to a new episode of Oh You Nancy Huh! This week we celebrated Karisa’s birthday with apple sauce, champagne and Baby Boom staring Diane Keaton! Now all we need is Sam Shepard in that lab coat…
Friend of the podcast Chris O’Connor joins us this week as we discuss Jumpin’ Jack Flash, a bizarre ’80s spy comedy starring Whoopi Goldberg. This movie has no jokes, no coherent plot, and makes absolutely no sense, but you know what? Jon Lovitz is pretty hot in it.
This week we watched Protocol. Protocol? Protocol. Another Nancyful classic starring Goldie Hawn, this movie has it all: a disco-loving biker gang, offensive Middle Eastern stereotypes, and Jean Smart!
(Trigger warning: also features people dressed as animals.)
As a child star, Drew Barrymore befriended an alien and started fires with her mind, but she drew the line at having Ryan O’Neal as a father – and we don’t blame her. Join us as we break down Irreconcilable Differences, an arguably good movie about divorce and Hollywood fame culture!
Welcome to 2017 and welcome to Oh You Nancy Huh! Let’s hope this year has more movies starring Goldie Hawn. This week we’re watching Private Benjamin! Nancy’s first film, first Oscar Nomination and the first time we thought we could join the Army.