Totally Laime and Totally Married are the podcast brainchildren of Los Angeles comedy writer Elizabeth Laime and her husband / sidekick Andy. Totally Laime is all about asking the most important people the least important questions and Totally Married chronicles Andy and Elizabeth's adventures in getting — and staying — hitched.
Andy and Elizabeth ponder many of life’s biggest questions regarding blood and farts before listening to the first ever voicemail follow-up and answering listener questions about new moms in the workplace, how much conflict in a relationship is too much, how to get some depression meds, whether it’s kosher to ask someone out while they’re working, and how to get past some early relationship bumps with communication! Enjoy!
Elizabeth and Andy check in during a lovely lazy weekend before answering listener questions – topics include what to call one’s mate, confessions of a cheater, what to do in the Lou (St. Louis!) and when it’s time to get a new cat. Also discussed is what to do when your sister marries evil itself, and an extremely urgent question from a highschool laimewed about… (wait for it)… PROM! Enjoy!
He’s the multi-talented and hilarious comedian, writer and podcaster you know from the Dana Gould Hour and we are SO thrilled to have him on – DANA GOULD came over and discussed true crime, why it’s impossible for him to cry, favorite Halloween costumes and ohhh yeah, WTF is pegging?! Enjoy!
The Santa Ana’s are blowing through Silverlake, causing some weird emotional issues to spring up for Elizabeth while Andy stays cool as a cucumber. They also discuss listener questions about getting over a potential con-girlfriend-type, when’s the right time to think about engagement, establishing boundaries in friendships, and in the words of the great One Republic’s Ryan Tedder: Is it too late to apologize? (is it ever?) Enjoy!
Elizabeth and Andy are nursing their hangovers after a birthday/wedding weekend, so naturally they attack some light subjects such as prostitution, mental illness, family boundaries, and some good ole fashioned should-I-ask-her-out scenarios for good measure. Enjoy!