Casey and Meg release their first minisode – something short and sassy in between shows with guests. Meg shares feeling worried she re-traumatized her 10 year old with a check-in about scary internet folklore. Meg high-fives herself for successfully hosting her daughter’s first friend sleepover (which resembled a college house party aftermath situation minus the red solo cups and alcoholic bevs.) Casey got Meg to finally watch The Crown and they discuss the unhealthy relationship and parenting patterns showcased in the somewhat historically accurate Netflix drama series. Enoy!!
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