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IHGB #260: Thomas Rhett “Where We Started”

If you follow me on social media, you know that Lara and I dropped everything to attend a Thomas Rhett Where We Started album release party in Nashville this last weekend. As we said multiple times during the forty-eight-hour experience, “The Lord has found favor in this trip,” and we share all the magical details in this episode. Check out “Where We Started,” and thank us later! Also, check out

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IHGB #258: 2022 Oscars 

The 2022 Oscars will forever go down as the day Will Smith non-jokingly slapped Chris Rock in the face on national television. Also, some people won awards and stuff! Todd, Lara, Andrea, and I provide fresh, initial thoughts on our feelings on the smack, the winners, the losers, and the films we will definitely be watching as a result. EPISODE NOTES: The following are the 2022 Oscars Best Picture nominations

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IHGB #257: Bachelor Clayton Season Finale

Hello everyone! I’m feeling wishy-washy about this episode. Why? Because I haven’t technically worked out my feelings. It’s like that time Chandler said on Friends, “Can open. Worms EVERYWHERE!” Am I mad? Disappointed? Conflicted if Clayton is the worst bachelor in franchise history? Am I happy? Relieved it’s over? Counting down the days until Serene’s brother Roland is the next bachelor? I just don’t know. What I do know is

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IHGB #256: Bachelor Clayton Fantasy Suites

Y’all. What is happening on The Bachelor? How did we have so much drama packed into forty-five minutes? There’s so much to unpack, and Some Guy in Austin and I make it our mission to figure out precisely what Clay-en is thinking. Was he going 3 for 3? Does he really love three women? Can we count on that volcano being dormant? Would Susie have walked away with the Future

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IHGB #255: Bachelor Clayton Hometowns

Well, it seems like just yesterday, Clay-en was the big, bumbling guy trying to capture Michelle’s attention by building forts for children out of hotel bed sheets.  Now he’s buying flowers, meeting parents, and attempting to judiciously answer the question, “Do you love my daughter?” It’s hometowns. That means scary siblings, difficult dads, and random wannabes who are either vying for screen time or slowly wishing The Bachelor camera crews

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