Totally Laime, Totally Married and Totally Mommy are the podcast brainchildren of comedy person Elizabeth Laime. Totally Laime is about asking the most important people in comedy the least important questions, Totally Married chronicles Elizabeth and her husband Andy's adventures in marriage (plus unqualified advice to listener questions!) and Totally Mommy is an honest discussion about Motherhood between newly-mommied Elizabeth and her talented parent friends. Enjoy!
Hott lix, and cooooool beans with BEN CASSORLA and COLD BREW COFFEE! Who will shit their pants first? What’s your dream travel/beverage combo, and what’s your least favorite thing to see inside a mug? We get into all of it and more, and welcome our first sponsor to TBASH: Fuego Box!
Elizabeth’s dear friend and authenticity afficionado AMY BIEDEL is back to discuss being true to yo’self, DANCE, and of course our good/bad/funnies! (Highlights include a hall of fame “mic drop” by a three year old and a baby putting on heels). Then we give our unqualified advice to a universally felt listener question about delayed post-partum. Enjoy!
Elizabeth and Andy discuss the importance of dreams in their lives (not the sleeping ones) as well as a few interesting documentaries they’ve seen before diving into listener questions about young love developing over text first, how to set boundaries with parents who are helping financially, what to do about an ex who doesn’t seem to have moved on, how to heal from past hurt from your partner regarding family planning, and lastly, what to do about a work friend who is bumming your scene? Enjoy!
We’ve got Laimewad royalty on the first ever TBASH Sequel: The Return of BDT! We test CHEAP VODKA in a Brita Filter vs. GREY GOOSE! Plus guilty bevs, a surprise sometimes hot sauce, and what?! JoJo’s BroBro!
The spectacular all around MORGAN WALSH is back co co-host (much to Elizabeth’s delight!) We discuss friendships and unfriendships as well as our good/bad/funnies – Morgan’s funny includes the pinnacle of awesome that her daughter experienced recently, before giving our unqualified advice to listener questions about how to encourage your spouse to spend some one on one time with your child (without seeming judge-y) and how to support your young nephew when he is dealing with the trauma and devastation that comes with having an alcoholic mother. Thank you for listening and… Enjoy!