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Nate Corddry!

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Totally Laime Podcast

Episode 182

You likely know him from TV shows such as Studio 60 and The Daily Show, and if you don’t you’re about to from Chuck Lorre’s “Mom” on CBS – the talented and charming NATE CORDDRY stopped by and we talked living in sadness amongst the Hassid’s, the heaven and hell experience of flying both first and coach to Australia, an almost sorta near death experience while surfing, and oh yes, of course – crematorium jokes! Enjoy!

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Wacky But True Sex Laws!

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Totally Married Podcast

Episode 84

Elizabeth and Andy talk through some wacky but true sex laws – did you know that in MA, a woman cannot be on top?! Then they dive into listener questions about potential jobs in the field of language, how to make each other feel extra special and loved after marriage, whether it’s okay to ask for cash instead of registering for wedding gifts, and lastly, how to handle a boyfriend who is jealous of your social life but seems to have no motivation to cultivate one of his own. Enjoy!

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No Kids, No Problemo!

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Totally Married Podcast

Episode 83

Elizabeth and Andy dive right into the incredible feedback/response from episode #81’s question about choosing not to have kids and how to deal with the pressure/judgment from others. Who knew this was such a h0tbutton topic?! Then they discuss listener questions about whether to follow through with a marriage when you’re still dating and interested in other people, whether or not to tell a white lie about knowing a special surprise your honey has planned, how to handle starting out in the real world, post college, and how to handle the guest list for a destination wedding – extended family or not? Enjoy!

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What I’d Miss About You!

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Totally Married Podcast

Episode 82

Elizabeth and Andy play the fun game: “What I’d miss most if you died” Then they answer listener questions about dealing with annoying friends who think they’re parenting style is better, when in a relationship one should share their struggle with depression, how to get immersed in the world of podcasting and build listeners, and lastly – a question posed to all our gay laimewads/weds out there: when should a father tell his young son that it’s okay to be gay? Enjoy!