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Episode 2

Episode 2: Spa Castle / Hard Rock Cafe Buffet

The Review Queens inspect one-star reviews for Spa Castle and the Buffet at the Atlantic City Hard Rock Cafe.  They ponder the appropriate gender for construction signs and they discuss a different kind of crown than they are used to.

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(03:53) Lodge A Complaint

(10:10) Spa Castle Review

(28:45) Meryl-Go-Round

(32:15) Hard Rock Cafe Buffet Review

(44:43) My Royal Highness

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to tell who to trust and who to ignore

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Someone's gotta settle the score

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Trey:

Hey!

Chelsey:

Hi!

Chelsey:

Is it bad to jam out to your own theme song?

Chelsey:

I dunno , I was enjoying that!

Trey:

I mean, it's like the best, right?

Trey:

We're so lucky to have that amazing theme song.

Chelsey:

Wow, Natalie really?

Chelsey:

Knocked it out of the park.

Trey:

And so did Joe.

Chelsey:

Yeah.

Chelsey:

And Joe, thank you, Joe.

Chelsey:

Thank you.

Chelsey:

Thank you!

Chelsey:

Brilliant.

Trey:

Well, anyway,

Chelsey:

Anyway,

Trey:

Hey listeners.

Trey:

Welcome to Review That Review.

Trey:

The podcast dedicated to reviewing...

Chelsey:

...reviews were just like Siskel and Ebert only instead of reviewing cinematic

Trey:

Oh, yes, that is Chelsey Donn

Chelsey:

and that's Trey Gerrald.

Trey:

But when we come together, we are

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The Review Queens.

Chelsey:

Gosh, these crowns are so heavy, you know, but someone's got to wear them.

Trey:

We, we don't actually have to wear them.

Trey:

This is a podcast.

Chelsey:

Oh, right.

Chelsey:

Well, okay.

Chelsey:

Anyway how's your week, Trey?

Trey:

Oh, I feel like I always really need a huge exhale.

Trey:

When you ask me that question.

Chelsey:

I know it is sort of an exhale inducing question.

Chelsey:

I'll give you that.

Trey:

But I don't know what I'm really exhaling about.

Trey:

I mean, I feel like I had a really great week.

Trey:

My husband.

Chelsey:

Good!

Trey:

Thank you.

Trey:

Yeah, I'm going to, I'm going to say thank you for saying good.

Trey:

Oh good.

Trey:

My, my husband David, uh, you know, the world has started opening back up and so he, um, is a

Trey:

He had two separate weddings so I've been playing, you know, bachelor.

Trey:

Which has been fun.

Trey:

I can just like stretch out in a huge starfish in the bed, except for

Trey:

If I take up space that she wants, but I don't know.

Trey:

I've had a really good week.

Trey:

It's been nice to sorta just do my own timeframe.

Trey:

No, nothing like, yeah.

Trey:

What about you?

Trey:

How your week

Chelsey:

Livin' the life.

Chelsey:

My week's been good.

Chelsey:

I'm visiting family for the first time in over a year, since this whole COVID debacle,

Trey:

I was going to say the room that you're currently in looks strangely familiar to me.

Chelsey:

I know, it is weird.

Chelsey:

I, maybe you notice I'm not shooting my normal location today.

Chelsey:

I'm in the drag queen room at Trey's house.

Trey:

there's also a little tiny picture of me as Peter pan

Chelsey:

right there, and his shadow, his husband, but not like, but you

Chelsey:

here we are.

Chelsey:

I'm visiting.

Chelsey:

So I get to see Trey, which is great.

Chelsey:

I also have a nephew named Trey, so I got to see him as well.

Chelsey:

it's been a good week.

Chelsey:

I've been getting up a lot earlier than I ever have.

Chelsey:

I always thought I wasn't a morning person.

Chelsey:

It turns out I just don't have children.

Chelsey:

You know, like, I guess you're you become a morning person when there are three

Chelsey:

It's the daytime," you know, eventually, you're just like, Ugh, I guess I should get up.

Chelsey:

So, been getting up earlier.

Chelsey:

So that's a good thing.

Chelsey:

And I celebrated my sister's birthday, last week, which was really nice.

Chelsey:

We haven't been together for a birthday in a while, so overall good week.

Trey:

I love that.

Chelsey:

Yeah!

Trey:

I feel like we're nailing, Um, having positive energy, which is a nice

Chelsey:

It's true.

Chelsey:

I think we've all learned to appreciate the little things.

Trey:

Yeah

Chelsey:

And with that in mind....

Trey:

Yeah.

Trey:

With that.

Trey:

Yeah, exactly.

Trey:

Perfect segue

Chelsey:

with that in mind, that brings us to

VOICEOVER:

Lodge a Complaint.

Chelsey:

Let's complain about stuff.

Chelsey:

Cause it feels good.

Chelsey:

So I was driving here today.

Chelsey:

Let's just like keep it in real time.

Chelsey:

And there are some construction people I'll call them who are working on the road, which is great.

Chelsey:

And then there was a sign and it said, "Men Working" and it was triggering to me.

Chelsey:

I don't know why it's not because necessarily I've seen a lot of women construction

Chelsey:

And there are plenty of women who are perfectly capable and I don't understand why the sign

Chelsey:

I'd never seen that before.

Chelsey:

Have you seen that before Trey?

Trey:

Of course.

" Chelsey:

Men Working?!"

Trey:

yeah.

Chelsey:

This is a thing?

Trey:

Was it like a big orange diamond or whatever?

Chelsey:

Yeah.

Chelsey:

It was like a big orange diamond, but it said Men Work...

Chelsey:

I mean, like I've seen like

Trey:

Work Zone?

Chelsey:

Work Zone exactly.

Chelsey:

Or like.

Chelsey:

you know, Working Ahead, Caution Working, you know, but like Working Men, like,

Chelsey:

And like, why are we assuming?

Trey:

That's, uh, I mean, it, like, I didn't even, I didn't even flinch at the

Trey:

I've never thought about it.

Chelsey:

I think this is a, your area thing.

Chelsey:

I've never seen this before.

Chelsey:

I'm wondering if our listeners have seen this.

Chelsey:

Am I just weird?

Trey:

I feel like even in the deep south we had Men Working signs.

Chelsey:

Men Working?

Trey:

Yeah.

Trey:

But no, you're right.

Trey:

It's incredibly gendered.

Trey:

Like it doesn't really pass the 2021 test.

Chelsey:

No, I'm giving out a big old fail and I'd like to lodge a complaint.

Trey:

Do you, have like a, a suggestion for what the new signs should say and look like?

Chelsey:

I mean, I'm not really that disturbed by the actual design.

Chelsey:

I get it orange, you know, triangle seems right.

Chelsey:

So that's fine for me.

Trey:

reflective...

Chelsey:

I think just maybe like Work In Progress, you know?

Chelsey:

Right.

Chelsey:

Like, we're all a work in progress.

Chelsey:

I was driving and I saw a sign.

Chelsey:

It was orange and it was like Work In Progress.

Chelsey:

I'd be like, yeah, that's right.

Chelsey:

Like a good reminder.

Chelsey:

Like I am a work in progress.

Chelsey:

Like I don't need to be perfect.

Chelsey:

I'm a work in progress just like this road, but instead it's like MEN Working Here.

Chelsey:

So I have to be reminded of the patriarchy, just complaint lodged.

Trey:

I hear that.

Trey:

That is, it's a really great point.

Trey:

I'm never going to see one of those signs the same way again.

Chelsey:

Ahh!, I'm so glad I could change something in the world.

Trey:

I'm also ready to

VOICEOVER:

Lodge a Complaint.

Trey:

So this seems very, um, trivial, But I actually was thinking about this.

Trey:

You mentioned in an earlier podcast, the Siri feature on your apple

Chelsey:

All the time.

Trey:

It really started making me think about like how technology is all consuming.

Trey:

And I don't know if you've ever noticed this, but I am constantly being alerted

Trey:

It makes me.

Trey:

Crazy.

Trey:

I-.

Trey:

I-.

Trey:

I-.

Trey:

Like, I, I think it's all a ploy from the man in order to like, get us to spend money

Trey:

It actually like made me realize, oh my gosh, I've had my Gmail account

Trey:

I just archive it.

Trey:

So it's probably like, pre 2007, maybe of just like random emails, but the

Trey:

I get very sentimental.

Trey:

it's like, I don't need this email from whatever, but I I'm afraid to let go of

Trey:

I've never thought about it.

Trey:

It's just become a huge thing that makes me feel like I will never be able to Marie Kondo

Chelsey:

Oh my god.

Chelsey:

I hear you so hard.

Chelsey:

I've had to upgrade twice from like the smaller package to the larger package.

Chelsey:

I'm now up to a larger package,

Chelsey:

Of what?

Trey:

Gmail or Apple?

Chelsey:

Of Gmail ...of Google storage.

Chelsey:

Cause I've also refused to delete for sentimental reasons.

Chelsey:

I know, but also like.

Chelsey:

Cost benefit analysis.

Chelsey:

You know what I mean?

Chelsey:

Like me spending that time that it would take to sieve through all

Chelsey:

I mean, they just got me, they got us all.

Trey:

Well, that's my actual complaint here.

Trey:

It's not me.

Trey:

It's not my attachment.

Trey:

actually my

Trey:

... Chelsey: their fault!

Trey:

No, my complaint here is this isn't like a landmine in North Dakota of garbage.

Trey:

Landfill.

Trey:

It's not a landfill in North Dakota of garbage.

Trey:

This is like digital storage.

Trey:

Like, why does, why do we need to be charged for this?

Trey:

Like, it's not like it's taking up actual space.

Trey:

Google just wants money.

Chelsey:

I don't really know enough about this, but I think there is something of like server

Chelsey:

Like a amount of energy that your data takes up.

Trey:

Is that true?

Chelsey:

I don't know.

Trey:

It's this global warming

Chelsey:

Could be.

Trey:

Are we talking about the Green New Deal?

Chelsey:

I think we might be!

Trey:

Okay.

Trey:

Well then I'm all for it.

Trey:

All right.

Trey:

Great.

Chelsey:

Wow.

Chelsey:

God, I feel so much better now.

Trey:

I feel like that that really lightens my emotional load, Ewww, that sounded really.

Trey:

I don't like that.

Trey:

I don't like that.

Trey:

I said that.

Trey:

I felt so much happier now.

Chelsey:

I do feel happier.

Chelsey:

Oh my goodness.

Chelsey:

It just feels like this is why people get it out.

Chelsey:

Get the complaints out, let's get it out.

Chelsey:

Okay.

Chelsey:

But enough of us let's hear some other people complaining.

Trey:

You know what I love the sound of that let's do it.

Chelsey:

I think we should.

Chelsey:

And as you guys know, we are your trusty Review Queens.

Chelsey:

Each episode, we both bring in a review from the internet that we think needs to be inspected.

Chelsey:

We read you the review, we break it down and then once we think we've got a good handle

Chelsey:

It's a very Regal process that we call

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Assess Kvetch!

Trey:

Okay, but Chelsey, I don't speak Yiddish.

Trey:

What does that word "key-vetch" mean?

Chelsey:

Kvetch, it means complain.

Chelsey:

Complaint.

Trey:

Oh, so what we were literally just doing in the last segment.

Trey:

Cool.

Trey:

Got it.

Trey:

Continue.

Chelsey:

Yes.

Chelsey:

It takes a Kvetcher to know a Kvetcher.

Chelsey:

So are you ready?

Trey:

You know what, Chelsey I'm ready.

Trey:

Who's first this week.

Chelsey:

Am I first?

Chelsey:

I'm first, Ahh, I'm first.

Chelsey:

Okay.

Chelsey:

I don't know why this always gets so scary, but it does

VOICEOVER:

Review That Review.

Chelsey:

Okay.

Chelsey:

I am reading a review tonight from or whatever time of day it is for you.

Chelsey:

I I'm reading this review from TripAdvisor of Spa Castle written by Kim Y it is a one-star review

Trey:

Wait, let me get my note pad ready.

Trey:

I want to be able to take notes

Chelsey:

Oh yeah, take notes.

Trey:

Okay.

Trey:

I'm ready.

Trey:

I'm ready.

Chelsey:

Okay.

Chelsey:

" On Friday night, August 23rd, 2019, when I was standing at the Spa Castle's entrance,

Chelsey:

Yup.

Chelsey:

He was grabbing me from behind saying, 'oh, what's this, what's that?' And then takes my bag and

Chelsey:

When he reached into my shopping bag and pulls out my water bottle

Chelsey:

I walked away to a distance in a corner and proceeded to drink the water.

Chelsey:

The poor professionalism came in when, while I was drinking the water bottle, the same

Chelsey:

'Yeah.

Chelsey:

Yeah, drink that shit yeah.

Chelsey:

Drink that shit.' As he was bobbing his head up and down and the clerk staffs continued giggling,

Chelsey:

Consequently.

Chelsey:

the employees were extremely derogatory and unprofessional, and I can't

Chelsey:

What was surprising is that the manager did not seem to be aware of any employee

Chelsey:

The security staffs, poor choice of words and immaturity at Spa Castle was

Chelsey:

As a result of this matter, do not go here.

Chelsey:

Management needs to be corrected and improved.

Chelsey:

The pools are also not cleaned.

Chelsey:

And I found feces wiped all over the basin and shower head area.

Chelsey:

I nearly threw up thinking it was a similar representation of the clean hot Springs in Japan.

Chelsey:

I've been to Japan too.

Chelsey:

And the quality was nowhere as close to being good as compared to Japan's,

Chelsey:

My take home message.

Chelsey:

Here is not a great place to decompress.

Trey:

Wow.

Chelsey:

I got emotional there.

Chelsey:

I think I was near tears at one point, to be honest, I was really

Trey:

Well, first of all, it's my first impression here is like, Like at first, I was

Trey:

That's so crazy.

Trey:

And then I was like, okay, so this is about like being stopped for the water

Trey:

You can't bring that inside, like getting on an airplane or something.

Chelsey:

Yeah.

Trey:

And then out of nowhere, PS, the pool's dirty.

Trey:

And then she just had, or they, have to just say the word fecal matter or feces.

Trey:

It's like, Eww,

Chelsey:

Oh my God.

Chelsey:

I mean, first of all, Kim Y, if nothing else has a lot of passion, I will give her that.

Chelsey:

You know, I think that she is very, very passionate on the subject.

Chelsey:

and I also think that.

Chelsey:

She likes, she has character dialogue in here, you know, like they, yeah, yeah.

Chelsey:

Drink that shit.

Chelsey:

Drink that shit.

Chelsey:

Like th th like this took me on a journey.

Chelsey:

You know what I mean?

Trey:

Did she spell out?

Trey:

S H I T

Chelsey:

she didn't.

Chelsey:

She had a good question.

Chelsey:

She did put S H asterisk T every time she wrote shit.

Chelsey:

but she did write out feces.

Chelsey:

Just in case you're wondering

Trey:

how old do you think Kim is?

Chelsey:

Ooh, that's a good question.

Chelsey:

I think Kim, I feel like Kim's like in her late twenties, but she thinks she knows everything.

Chelsey:

You know, she's like one of those late twenties and it's like, I've lived a life,

Trey:

Well, I think to me, like what I keep thinking about Okay.

Trey:

I've personally never been to Spa Castle,

Chelsey:

Same.

Trey:

But I've heard of it.

Chelsey:

Yeah, of course.

Trey:

Is that a policy that you cannot bring outside water in?

Chelsey:

I mean, I just went to a Korean Spa this past weekend for my sister's birthday

Trey:

Are there signs that say like no...

Chelsey:

Yeah, there are signs there's like no outside food, no outside water.

Chelsey:

They're going to be checking bags.

Chelsey:

So like, I don't really think that this complaint by Kim Y is, I mean, the, the

Chelsey:

So the, just the water thing, even though she was saying it was such

Chelsey:

Like "on Friday night, August 23rd, 2019."

Chelsey:

I mean, there's clearly a lot of drama.

Chelsey:

It's like she's, um, It's almost like she's writing a police report,

Chelsey:

She sent this in to the police also.

Chelsey:

cause that's what it feels like, but yeah, the first part of it with the water, I

Chelsey:

I mean, I don't like that they were bullying her.

Chelsey:

It sounds like maybe

Trey:

Well, that's my question about her age, because I've never

Trey:

Do you go through like security?

Trey:

Like do you go through like a metal scanner or do they literally just like you slide

Chelsey:

Correct mean, I don't, again, like I've never been to Spa Castle, but yes.

Chelsey:

You know, this weekend when I went to, this Korean spa.

Chelsey:

Yeah.

Chelsey:

You had, you like checked in, you, you know, gave all of your initial information and then

Chelsey:

Do you have, you know, water?

Chelsey:

And they saw my sister's water bottle.

Chelsey:

And they were like, oh, you have that.

Chelsey:

She's like, yeah, it's empty.

Chelsey:

And they were like, oh, no problem.

Chelsey:

Because they have at this spa, like a lot of water stations where you can fill up a water bottle.

Chelsey:

So the idea is you can bring a water bottle.

Chelsey:

It just has to be empty.

Trey:

Well, that's how it is at the airport too, because David, my husband, always

Chelsey:

Totally.

Chelsey:

So I think that the water issue is like, Yeah.

Chelsey:

I mean, I think they were making fun of her because there's probably a plethora

Chelsey:

I still don't think it's right that they bullied her.

Chelsey:

If she wants to drink the water, she should drink the water.

Chelsey:

but I do think that, like, it sounds like it's a policy and Kim Y is just

Trey:

That is absolutely occurring to me.

Trey:

And I was also wondering like with the age question, like.

Trey:

are there signs that are like, this is our policy?

Trey:

And then she was like trying to slip it in, like, because the way she words, Kim

Trey:

Like, I guess I'm questioning.

Chelsey:

she says, "I was standing at the Spa Castle entrance.

Chelsey:

The security staff stopped me, reached in to my bag behind me, without my permission.

Chelsey:

He was grabbing me from behind saying, 'oh, what's this, what's that?' And then

Chelsey:

I don't know, like, I don't know what the security lineup is.

Chelsey:

It sounds like you're right.

Chelsey:

Maybe there was like a security desk and she just assumed she could walk right by it.

Chelsey:

And the guy was like, whoa, whoa, whoa, wait a minute.

Chelsey:

You have a water bottle.

Chelsey:

I need to check your bag.

Trey:

that's what I think as well.

Trey:

I'm wondering if, Kim is trying to illustrate a victimness to a policy of like, you, you

Trey:

I mean, we'll never actually have a solution to that.

Trey:

But to me, it, I also agree that it seems like Kim is really attached to not liking something.

Trey:

That's a policy.

Chelsey:

Yeah, good point.

Chelsey:

I think it's worthy of, of noting that this could be a policy that she just

Trey:

but if they were literally reaching into the bag without acknowledgement.

Trey:

That's wrong,

Chelsey:

That's the thing too.

Chelsey:

Like, I don't want to completely write off the experience because even if it is policy, obviously

Chelsey:

You know, the reach behind and all that seems a little bit shady.

Chelsey:

So I don't know, I'm questioning that part of it.

Trey:

I want to just also say here that like my Karen-Dar is going off.

Chelsey:

with the manager!

Trey:

Well, it's a little Kareny, especially being like I spoke to the manager.

Trey:

And the manager didn't think anything was wrong,

Chelsey:

Yeah!

Trey:

But then also like throwing in that the pool is dirty and throwing in

Trey:

And also the whole feces thing.

Trey:

It's like, wait, what?

Trey:

Or it's all like a side noise, like you're upset that you were harassed.

Trey:

then you're just throwing in a bunch of complaints at the end, which makes me think that.

Trey:

I don't know that I would trust this point of view.

Chelsey:

Yeah, I hear you.

Chelsey:

I mean, I think you're right.

Chelsey:

I think that they spent a lot of real estate talking about everything up until

Chelsey:

Like I was honestly based on the beginning of the review.

Chelsey:

I don't know if you were thinking this too, but as I was reading it, I was surprised

Chelsey:

It was such a horrendous experience.

Chelsey:

I was emotionally scarred.

Chelsey:

I immediately wrote this down and went to the police department and dropped it off.

Chelsey:

they didn't really say at any point,

Chelsey:

that they went in right.

Chelsey:

Like it's, to me, it was like, it felt like the order of events where,

Chelsey:

I drank my water.

Chelsey:

I was harassed.

Chelsey:

The more, like I finally got through.

Chelsey:

And I was like, I want to speak to the manager immediately.

Chelsey:

So to me, I'm like, I'm not even in the spa yet.

Chelsey:

I can't even go past this.

Chelsey:

I'm just like, I need to speak to a manager.

Chelsey:

And then I have to the manager and the manager doesn't even care.

Chelsey:

And now I'm like even more disturbed because the manager doesn't care

Chelsey:

Right?

Chelsey:

And so I'm saying, because of all this, I wouldn't go here, which all that is

Chelsey:

It's just the management, what they're saying, the management needs to be improved.

Chelsey:

And then there's the last, like three sentences, is when they're like, the pools are not cleaned.

Chelsey:

And I found feces, wiped all over the basin in the shower.

Chelsey:

And I nearly threw up thinking about it,

Trey:

Yeah.

Trey:

Also I feel like the security people laughing about like, yeah, I think saying, drink

Trey:

Drink ha ha like they're trying to be like,

Chelsey:

Drink that shit, go for it.

Trey:

You're so annoying.

Trey:

Like you tried to sneak this in and like, you can't.So, drink it.

Trey:

Do you think there's any value or unique information from this review?

Chelsey:

I mean, I, I'm not gonna lie.

Chelsey:

I feel like the feces thing kind of threw me for a loop and I would definitely call and

Chelsey:

I mean, this was written in 2019.

Chelsey:

but other than that, I agree.

Chelsey:

not a lot, but I will say that, the spelling and grammar.

Chelsey:

It looks really strong.

Chelsey:

I mean, they even had a word written in Japanese characters with the, hot

Chelsey:

So I know you can't see this review, but I just,

Trey:

Yeah

Chelsey:

like, I wouldn't be surprised if, if Kim Y had an Ivy league degree,

Chelsey:

like that's, that's how well.

Chelsey:

This is coming off.

Chelsey:

Not that I'm saying that, you know, that makes this review truthful or valuable,

Trey:

Well, on that note, do you think they're being shady or do you think they're being honest?

Trey:

I am questioning the, honesty here.

Trey:

I don't know.

Trey:

It feels all a little bit colored.

Chelsey:

Yeah.

Chelsey:

I definitely agree.

Chelsey:

I think my, my shady-dar is going up definitely a bit.

Chelsey:

I, I don't like to say that I don't believe someone who says that they were attacked,

Chelsey:

Is this a common experience?

Chelsey:

Do we think, do you think other people run into this problem, a lot

Trey:

Well, if it's a policy that you cannot bring outside beverage and

Trey:

Maybe that's not policy for Spa Castle, but it's going to be common.

Trey:

You can't bring it in.

Trey:

And if you think that you are special and that you can, then, you know,

Trey:

Um,

Chelsey:

I agree.

Chelsey:

Should I look up the policy?

Chelsey:

I'm curious.

Trey:

Yeah,

Chelsey:

Let's keep discussing while I do this.

Trey:

What about, um, humor?

Trey:

Do you think it was entertaining?

Trey:

I don't know.

Trey:

I mean, I was entertained by like the random dropping of the word feces, but

Trey:

They're wanting to like punish Spa Castle.

Chelsey:

I agree.

Chelsey:

But I think if I'm trying to take all of my bias aside and just be the most,

Chelsey:

I would say it's entertaining.

Chelsey:

Like she takes us on a journey for sure.

Trey:

True.

Chelsey:

You know, this could be an episode of SVU, by the way that she writes it.

Chelsey:

So like, I think that it was quite entertaining.

Chelsey:

For me, this was pretty much a cold read and I was quite entertained.

Chelsey:

And in that time I also did find the food and drink policy for Spa Castle, and it clearly says

Chelsey:

Guests must discard or finish any food or beverage prior to entering the facilities.

Chelsey:

Spa Castle will not store any food or beverages.

Chelsey:

No exceptions.

Chelsey:

" Trey: All right.

Chelsey:

So that's kind of what I was suspecting.

Chelsey:

Yeah, I just wanted to do it, do our due diligence, you know, just

Trey:

Well, I wanna, let me ask my absolute favorite question.

Chelsey:

Yeah.

Trey:

If you were Kim Y's grandmother, would you hang this review on the fridge?

Trey:

Do you think that you're empathizing with Kim?

Trey:

What do you think?

Trey:

What's the impact.

Chelsey:

Oof, It's like, I want to say it would hang into my fridge just because

Chelsey:

Just the way I didn't even know some of these commas were appropriate, but they were, we have

Chelsey:

Probably not.

Trey:

Yeah, no, I don't think it's a, it's definitely not a deal breaker to me

Chelsey:

Yeah.

Trey:

And no, I don't empathize.

Chelsey:

Yeah, I wouldn't not go to Spa Castle.

Chelsey:

I mean, I would maybe call about the fecal matter, but I wouldn't not

Chelsey:

Do we think that we're ready to crown it?

Trey:

I think I'm ready.

Chelsey:

Alright!

Trey:

Okay.

Trey:

So Chelsey and I each have our own set of one to five crown cards.

Trey:

So in an effort to be fair with our rating and in order to not be influenced by one another,

Chelsey:

Oh my Goodness,

VOICEOVER:

The Queens are Tabulating.

Trey:

Alright Chelsey.

Trey:

Are you ready?

Chelsey:

Okay.

Chelsey:

I'm ready.

VOICEOVER:

Total Score

Chelsey:

Wow!

Trey:

Whoa!

Trey:

So I am holding up my one crown card.

Chelsey:

And I gave it three crowns!

Trey:

Okay.

Trey:

Explain your three crowns honey.

Chelsey:

Okay.

Chelsey:

I know I was really stuck between two and three.

Chelsey:

I wasn't considering one personally, just because I felt like.

Chelsey:

It was well-written.

Chelsey:

, it did take us on a journey.

Chelsey:

There was a narrative, there was an emotional attachment.

Chelsey:

This was like, uh, did feel like a real person, not a bot to me.

Chelsey:

how's could I defend myself?

Chelsey:

My goodness.

Chelsey:

I was entertained by Kim Y.

Chelsey:

I did think it was like, kind of funny and that's it.

Chelsey:

That's why I gave her three crowns.

Chelsey:

Everything else I detected because I don't believe her, but it was entertaining.

Trey:

And for me it giving it one crown, I just felt like if, if you're going to

Trey:

You have to honor the policy.

Trey:

And if your bag was behind you, then you were maybe trying to sneak it in, which is

Trey:

and then I just felt like Kim was angry and wanted to get even.

Trey:

So they spoke to the manager, they went and left a negative review, and then they

Trey:

So one crown Kim.

Chelsey:

All right.

Chelsey:

I buy that.

Chelsey:

Maybe I should have gone with two.

Trey:

No, no, no.

Trey:

You're you are you're score is great.

Chelsey:

Thank you.

Chelsey:

Thank you for making me feel confident.

Chelsey:

That was a lot though.

Chelsey:

I did get emotional when I was reading that just

Trey:

I know I'm like steamed up.

Chelsey:

I am steamed up too.

Chelsey:

I think that I need a little bit of like a pallet cleanse.

Trey:

Okay, yeah, me too.

Trey:

So let's take a quick break.

Trey:

And then when we come back, we can play with Meryl Streep before we go into my review.

Chelsey:

Okay.

Chelsey:

I love it.

Chelsey:

BRB.

Trey:

BRB

VOICEOVER:

hold your crown.

VOICEOVER:

We'll be right back.

Trey:

Oh, wow.

Trey:

Hey Queens.

Trey:

Look, we know that it can get super annoying to constantly be asked to

Trey:

Look aside from the fact that our podcast is literally all about reviews.

Trey:

The reason we are asking is because it's important for us to know what you, the

Trey:

What do you love?

Trey:

What do you want less of now, as you know, review that review as an independent podcast,

Trey:

We have made it easier to rate and review us with a super cute hyperlink, henny.

Trey:

Lovethepodcast.com/thereviewqueens.

Trey:

It's also just one little click away in the show description below.

Trey:

We honestly, really do appreciate it.

Trey:

Now back to the show!

Trey:

All right.

Trey:

Chels, Chels it's game time.

Trey:

It's time to take a little spin on the Meryl-Go-Round!

VOICEOVER:

I don't feel like an Icon.

VOICEOVER:

Most of the days, I feel like I can't!

VOICEOVER:

That's with an a.

Chelsey:

Okay.

Chelsey:

Here's the deal, Trey and I each pick a rotten scathing pithy one-star zinger.

Chelsey:

And with 30 seconds on the clock, we'll take turns, trying to recite the

Trey:

...just like queen Meryl, who does it all!

... Chelsey:

before the clock runs out.

Trey:

All right.

Trey:

So my, oh, this is one of my favorites.

Trey:

I didn't even realize.

Trey:

Okay.

Trey:

so my one star singer is from Amazon reviews.

And this is for Thomas and Friends:

:

Halloween Adventure, DVD, the review as it is blankly written is, one star.

And this is for Thomas and Friends:

:

I want to cancel this item, that's the subject.

And this is for Thomas and Friends:

:

And then the review says, I dislike this DVD and I do not need it anymore.

Chelsey:

Okay,

VOICEOVER:

3, 2, 1, Go!

Chelsey:

Shakespeare.

Trey:

I do dislike this DVD and I do not need any more.

Chelsey:

Adult Film

Trey:

Oww, I do dislike this DVD and I do not need it any more.

Trey:

Owwww.

Chelsey:

Southern.

Trey:

Hey boy, I do dislike this Dee Vee Day and I do not need it at any mo!!.

Chelsey:

Yankee.

Trey:

Oh, no.

Trey:

Uh, oh, um, I do dislike this DVD.

Trey:

I do not need it anymorah!.

VOICEOVER:

3, 2, 1.

VOICEOVER:

That's all!

Chelsey:

PopStar!

Chelsey:

Ooh.

Chelsey:

Oh, okay.

Trey:

How many was that?

Chelsey:

That was great.

Chelsey:

That was four, four is good, Trey!

Trey:

That's pretty good for me actually.

Chelsey:

Yeah, that was great.

Chelsey:

I guess it's my turn.

Chelsey:

Is that what this means

Trey:

Yeah.

Trey:

Four?

Trey:

Okay.

Trey:

That's Okay.

Chelsey:

I'm that's okay.

Chelsey:

We can do this.

Chelsey:

So I'm going to read, I'm reading as one star zinger from Rotten Tomatoes, for the

Trey:

Ooof!

Chelsey:

Should have been funnier.

Trey:

All right.

Trey:

You ready?

Chelsey:

As ready as I'm going to be.

Trey:

Okay.

VOICEOVER:

3, 2, 1, go!

Trey:

Opera diva

Chelsey:

Should have beeeeen funnier!

Trey:

Lifetime movie

Chelsey:

Should have been funnier

Trey:

Yankee.

Chelsey:

It should have been funnier.

Trey:

Pop star

Chelsey:

It..

Chelsey:

Should Have

Chelsey:

been...

Chelsey:

Funnier!

Trey:

Musical theater.

Chelsey:

It.

Chelsey:

Should have been.

Chelsey:

Funnier!

Trey:

Not Jazz Hands!.

Trey:

How dare you!.

Trey:

Shakespeare.

Chelsey:

It should have been funny.

VOICEOVER:

3, 2, 1.

Trey:

You're you're so much better at this.

VOICEOVER:

That's All..

Chelsey:

I mean, that was not, iambic pentamiter, but I don't know what that was.

Trey:

Chelsey, you got six.

Trey:

That means,

Chelsey:

oh my goodness.

Trey:

That means, You're the winner.

Chelsey:

Wow.

Chelsey:

I'm so honored.

Trey:

Take a bow!

Chelsey:

Thank you.

Chelsey:

It was an honor to be nominated.

Chelsey:

I can't believe it.

Chelsey:

Um, wow!

Trey:

You're really good at that.

Chelsey:

Oh thank you!

Trey:

Like consistently you're like better, which is fine.

Trey:

It's not a competition except

Chelsey:

It's not a competition!

Trey:

Except it's a competition, but it's not,

Chelsey:

It's a little bit.

Trey:

But it doesn't really matter.

Trey:

All right.

Trey:

So let's get back into the real meat and potatoes.

VOICEOVER:

Review that review.

Chelsey:

Okay.

Chelsey:

We are back from that game break.

Chelsey:

And it's your turn Trey.

Chelsey:

What's your review from this week?

Trey:

All right.

Trey:

So I also have a review from TripAdvisor.

Trey:

Was it was yours TripAdvisor.

Trey:

TripAdvisor?

Trey:

Yes.

Trey:

Okay.

Trey:

this is,

Chelsey:

it's a one dot?

Trey:

It's a one, that's a one dot.

Trey:

Yep.

Trey:

this is from Mark15780.

Chelsey:

Mark15780.

Chelsey:

Okay.

Trey:

I wonder what that is, even...

Chelsey:

it's like his zip code.

Chelsey:

I don't know.

Trey:

Maybe, maybe, actually okay.

Trey:

And this is for, The Hard Rock Resort in Atlantic City.

Chelsey:

Oh my God I'm familiar

Trey:

Me too actually.

Trey:

So here we go.

Trey:

One dot.

Trey:

Buffet.

Trey:

All time worst buffet I have ever had in AC.

Trey:

They had no Italian.

Trey:

Their only carved meat was chickens cut in half.

Trey:

No beef.

Trey:

The lo mein was ice, cold cardboard worms, the sweet and sour chicken.

Trey:

I was afraid I would break all my crowns, the seafood bar, if you like raw, I guess was okay.

Trey:

I had cold shrimp.

Trey:

The seasoning was all wrong.

Trey:

It wasn't spicy is tasted sour.

Trey:

The waiter seen three plates of food, not touched and said he would tell the chef.

Trey:

Chef?

Trey:

For this garbage?

Trey:

The desserts were not bad.

Trey:

Tiramisu was good.

Trey:

Cream puffs, small, but good.

Trey:

They had a Sundae bar.

Trey:

The macaroons were hard as a rock.

Trey:

The red cake was sour.

Trey:

Something.

Trey:

Question mark question, mark.

Trey:

Terrible buffet that I will never ever go to again.

Trey:

Full price for terrible cold food with no selection.

Trey:

Manager, spelled MGR, offered me nothing to correct it.

Trey:

Didn't want my money back, but I wanted to tell the quote unquote chef, he was a crap cook.

Trey:

I was a restaurant manager, many years.

Trey:

This wasn't food, it was garbage.

Trey:

I doubt the seagulls would eat.

Trey:

Save your $29.95.

Trey:

Go to 100 times better.

Trey:

McD has beef.

Trey:

Something Hard Rock did not.

Trey:

Oh, sorry.

Trey:

McD has beef.

Trey:

Something Hard Rock did not.

Trey:

Gross.

Trey:

Terrible.

Trey:

They list a customer.

Trey:

Tossed my Rock Royalty Card in the urinal.

Trey:

Whoa.

Chelsey:

Wow.

Chelsey:

Wow.

Chelsey:

Mike, Mike.

Trey:

Mark.

Trey:

Mark,

Chelsey:

Mark, Mark.

Chelsey:

Sorry.

Trey:

Do not name him wrong.

Trey:

He will not like it.

Chelsey:

Mark.

Chelsey:

I, my apologies.

Chelsey:

It's obviously it's Mark AC.

Chelsey:

Um, that was a lot that was wild.

Chelsey:

That was quite a ride.

Chelsey:

there were a lot of things that Mark told us about his life.

Chelsey:

I like when he, he let us know that that eating the food could break all of his crowns.

Chelsey:

So now we know that, you know, he's probably has like a bit of a sweet tooth and.

Chelsey:

He, he had a lot of cavities in his day.

Chelsey:

Cause now he has a lot of crowns.

Chelsey:

So now we know that about him.

Chelsey:

I liked that he wanted to let us know, you know?

Trey:

Oh, look at you speaking like a true dentist's daughter.

Chelsey:

You know.

Chelsey:

I just appreciated the dental comment, but more than more than anything, a lot of spelling errors.

Trey:

Oh my God.

Trey:

I couldn't even read the sentence correctly.

Chelsey:

I mean, really like just left and right.

Chelsey:

All kinds of spelling errors, all kinds of shade being thrown around.

Chelsey:

How was I-talian spelled, was that a creative choice on your part?

Trey:

It was!

Trey:

It just says they had no Italian.

Chelsey:

Okay.

Chelsey:

I just, just asking.

Chelsey:

I did like the choice though.

Chelsey:

I liked it.,

Trey:

Thank

Chelsey:

cold schrimp, like.

Chelsey:

I don't, I'm allergic to shellfish and a shell shell fish, hard word to say.

Chelsey:

and I don't know that much about it, but isn't like shrimp sometimes shrimp is cold, right?

Chelsey:

Like a shrimp cocktail.

Trey:

It says the seafood bar.

Trey:

If you like raw, I guess was okay.

Trey:

I had cold shrimp.

Trey:

The seasoning was all wrong.

Trey:

So I don't know if that's related,

Chelsey:

I mean like a Raw bar is usually like on ice, like

Trey:

correct.

Chelsey:

Like shellfish on ice.

Chelsey:

Okay.

Chelsey:

So, our issue with that wasn't that it was cold.

Chelsey:

It was that it was under seasoned?

Trey:

Well, he says I had cold shrimp.

Trey:

The seasoning was all wrong.

Trey:

It wasn't spicy is tasted sour.

Chelsey:

Ooh.

Chelsey:

Yuck.

Chelsey:

Sour shrimp sounds really gross.

Trey:

Actually.

Trey:

That's so true.

Trey:

Yeah.

Trey:

But you know what?

Trey:

I just recognized.

Trey:

They, they like have shared with us, aside from their, their crowns, from liking

Chelsey:

Yes.

Trey:

And they say that McDonald's would be 100 times better, which is like, I feel like if, if

Chelsey:

Yeah, I agree.

Chelsey:

I think that you would have an air.

Chelsey:

I don't know, there was something about when he said that he was.

Chelsey:

A restaurant manager and he's in the area, like my, like, Ooh, are you a competitor?

Chelsey:

Like radar went up.

Chelsey:

Cause I was like, oh, you're a restaurant manager.

Chelsey:

Like where are you a restaurant manager?

Chelsey:

Like just seemed a little bit out of left field.

Chelsey:

He didn't say in the area, I'm assuming.

Trey:

Well, he's from, it does because it's TripAdvisor.

Trey:

It does say that Mark's profiles from Philadelphia.

Chelsey:

Yeah.

Chelsey:

So he's from the area

Trey:

Very close.

Chelsey:

Yeah, that's the area.

Chelsey:

So I don't know that that kind of rubbed me the wrong way that he said that I was like, oh,

Chelsey:

I'm not saying I'm not accusing Mark, but I was questioning in that moment.

Chelsey:

Why he included that detail.

Chelsey:

It felt a little.

Chelsey:

Left field also like what's his obsession with beef.

Trey:

Yeah.

Trey:

I really thought about that too.

Trey:

They like, they really like beef.

Trey:

They're definitely not vegan.

Chelsey:

He really, I mean, he, and also he listed quite a number of selections

Chelsey:

There were clearly a lot of selections, whether or not they were good selections or

Trey:

his definition of good

Chelsey:

or his choice.

Chelsey:

I think he clearly has a sweet tooth and the only thing he had positive to say was the sweets.

Chelsey:

I mean, he, he dissed macaroons, but that's not at the top of the dessert food chain for me.

Trey:

Yeah.

Chelsey:

What about the urinal comment?

Trey:

yeah, that's just so specific randomly.

Trey:

Like, why would you toss it in the urinal and not the toilet or the trashcan,

Chelsey:

Cause it's like, it's not going to flush and clog the toilet, but it's going to have to

Chelsey:

Is that the idea like,

Trey:

or maybe someone

Chelsey:

Let people piss on your shit,

Trey:

Maybe someone smart would be like, Ooh, I'm gonna see if this has a lot of points.

Chelsey:

Yeah, but then I got to like fish through piss to get it.

Trey:

It's Atlantic City!

Chelsey:

Good point, Trey Good points.

Chelsey:

I mean, are there any other areas that we've neglected to

Chelsey:

examine?

Trey:

I mean, do you find it valuable?

Trey:

I mean, I, you know, I actually appreciate that Mark qualified that they understand.

Trey:

Restaurant management.

Trey:

I kind of find it valuable.

Trey:

I don't know that it would represent my view, but I definitely am feeling a little bit of an impact.

Trey:

I do feel like I'm sitting here thinking maybe this is not the most top tier, buffet

Chelsey:

yeah, a couple things like one RIP buffets.

Trey:

oh my gosh

Chelsey:

Just for like a moment.

Trey:

Wait, I, David and I went to.

Trey:

A photography convention for him in Vegas, like literally right before lockdown.

Trey:

And it was my first time in Vegas.

Trey:

And I love a buffet.

Trey:

Even pointing out, like save the $29.95, even paying $30 for a buffet.

Trey:

It's like, it's just so, something about it is so epic to me.

Chelsey:

Agreed.

Chelsey:

it's always like you leave feeling absolutely ill.

Chelsey:

So that part of me is like, okay, maybe it's a good thing that we're moving away from the buffet.

Chelsey:

It means also possibility of the buffet survives this who knows, but was it impactful?

Chelsey:

I will say yes in the fact that I'm quite queasy.

Chelsey:

And if I read.

Chelsey:

Really any reviews that like say the shrimp was sour, but like it wasn't supposed to be

Chelsey:

Cause I'm already queasy.

Chelsey:

When I think about a buffet like, Ooh, do I trust you?

Chelsey:

And now I'm like,

Trey:

especially the...

Trey:

Oh, this is also another misspelling.

Trey:

There's there's the grammar is really bad.

Trey:

It's really bad.

Trey:

But he says the "lo Meim", M E I M was ice cold cardboard worms.

Trey:

That's just so funny to me.

Chelsey:

Eww, yeah, he was very descriptive in his words.

Chelsey:

I will give him that

Trey:

Wait, but, when I think of a cardboard worm, I think of it being 2D, which is really funny.

Chelsey:

Yeah.

Chelsey:

I wouldn't have thought cardboard and worm like would go together.

Trey:

Right.

Trey:

But I guess like cold cardboard and

Chelsey:

cold cardboard.

Chelsey:

I don't know.

Chelsey:

I've not spent a lot of time eating cold cardboards.

Chelsey:

I can't really attest to it.

Trey:

I'm not a big lo mein person anyway,

Chelsey:

Me neither.

Chelsey:

Okay.

Trey:

All right.

Trey:

What about like did we cover humor?

Trey:

Is it humorous or entertaining?

Trey:

That's kind of,

Chelsey:

I mean, it was kind of funny.

Chelsey:

Like, I'll give them a little humor, was like, you know, again, like the word choices, the worm.

Chelsey:

Okay, cool.

Chelsey:

the detail,

Trey:

I think I'm ready.

Trey:

Honestly.

Trey:

I think I can.

Chelsey:

I'm ready.

Trey:

Ready

Chelsey:

I think I'm ready to do it.

VOICEOVER:

The Queens Are Tabulating.

Trey:

All right, Chels, you ready?

Chelsey:

I am ready.

Chelsey:

I feel like

Chelsey:

yes.

VOICEOVER:

Total Score.

Trey:

Okay.

Trey:

So I'm holding up four crowns and Chelsey's holding up three crowns.

Trey:

So I actually had three crowns first, and then I put it to four because I wanted to say

Trey:

It's sort of like, whatever, but honestly, actually it does make me question.

Trey:

Like, I don't think I'm going to want to.

Trey:

It does leave me with an impression that the, the buffet is not going to

Trey:

so that's why I said four, because I do think it's having more of a lasting impression than

Trey:

Why'd you say three?

Chelsey:

I know I was said three and then I was like measuring it against the first, but

Chelsey:

We've lost quite a few points here, obviously for grammar and just, The way

Chelsey:

Um, also we lost some points for me.

Chelsey:

I know it was an issue for you, but like the assist, the manager, I don't know.

Chelsey:

It felt a little bit like, why are we bringing this up or.

Chelsey:

I just didn't like the way Mark said that.

Chelsey:

Uh, also I felt like he had a lot of things that were specific, like his no beef thing.

Chelsey:

that was a real issue for him.

Chelsey:

Might not be an issue for everybody.

Chelsey:

So

Trey:

Good point!

Chelsey:

Those are the reasons why it took some points off, but I agree.

Chelsey:

I did feel it was impactful in the sense that my stomach got a little bit queasy and

Trey:

Excellent.

Chelsey:

Wow.

Chelsey:

I think we learned a lot today.

Trey:

I think we learned a lot to that.

Trey:

I agree with you.

Trey:

I think I'm malfunctioning.

Trey:

Um, I, I also did learn a lot.

Trey:

Honestly, I'm going to take away from today's episode that like, I am

Trey:

If there is a policy and I want to partake in what they're offering, I'm going to have to honor it.

Chelsey:

Yeah.

Chelsey:

I learned that apparently there are Men Are Working signs that allegedly that's a thing.

Chelsey:

I learned that, I also learned that Mark has a lot of crowns, so maybe like my dad could

Trey:

Yeah!

Chelsey:

That would be useful, you know, my dad does crowns.

Chelsey:

So Mark, if you're listening, hit him up.

Chelsey:

Dr.

Chelsey:

Craig Donn DDS.

Chelsey:

This is not an ad.

Trey:

It also really does make me want to go to Atlantic City.

Chelsey:

True.

Chelsey:

We should go.

Trey:

I want to go,

Chelsey:

We could do Review That Review in Atlantic City

Trey:

at the Borgata,

Chelsey:

at the Borg....

Chelsey:

Where else?

Trey:

We're So classy, we'd be at the Borgata.

Chelsey:

of course, we would.

Chelsey:

All right.

Chelsey:

We did it.

Chelsey:

Trey.

Chelsey:

Do you have any personal reviews this week?

Chelsey:

Who are you going to induct into My Royal Highness?

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My Royal Highness.

Trey:

Alright, so I've thought a lot about this and, my induction for My Royal Highness this week.

Trey:

Has got to be my very close friend, Lucinda, you know, to stay upbeat and

Trey:

We went to boarding school together she met her husband at my wedding.

Chelsey:

Wow!

Trey:

I have to bring up.

Chelsey:

Humblebrag.

Trey:

Lucinda, has been dealing with a parent who is aging and who, was diagnosed with

Trey:

And it's for millennials who suddenly are thrust into a care-taking position

Trey:

For creating and hosting support.

Trey:

And, you know, I honestly can't think of anyone who is more deserving of five

Trey:

So Lucinda is absolutely.

Trey:

My Royal Highness.

Chelsey:

Wow.

Trey:

What about, what about you Chels, Chels?

Chelsey:

God, that was such a good one.

Chelsey:

I just feel like, I don't know if this is like super lame to induct, like my

Chelsey:

I've been hanging out with them and I just, I really enjoy hanging out with them

Chelsey:

just listening to kids and sort of the, I don't know, untarnished

Chelsey:

So for their untarnished joy and the joy they bring to my life, I'm going

Chelsey:

Right.

Chelsey:

To, , my nephew Isler, my niece, Sherry and my nephew.

Chelsey:

Trey

Trey:

Well, I think Trey has a wonderful name.

Chelsey:

I know, I had a feeling you might..

Chelsey:

think that.

Trey:

Ah, that's really sweet.

Chelsey:

Yeah!

Trey:

Okay.

Trey:

Wait, before we go, do we have time for one Royal Review?

Chelsey:

Oh, absolutely.

Chelsey:

Let's do it.

Trey:

Okay.

Trey:

Yay.

Trey:

I love this part.

Trey:

All right.

Trey:

So every so often we like to feature one of our very, own reviews for this

Chelsey:

But a review from one of our listeners isn't any ordinary review.

Chelsey:

It's a.

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Baby, it's time for some Royal Reviews!

Trey:

All right.

Trey:

So this week's Royal Review is from a user on apple podcasts named MG1120.

Trey:

Five stars.

Chelsey:

oh my goodness.

Trey:

The subject is bring it on Queens.

Trey:

this is just what we need after over a year of COVID quarantine.

Trey:

So excited for this podcast.

Chelsey:

Aw, wow.

Chelsey:

That's...thank you.

Chelsey:

That was...

Trey:

that's so nice, right?

Chelsey:

Yeah.

Trey:

I love that.

Trey:

Well, thank you.

Trey:

M G 1120, so many numbers on this episode.

Chelsey:

Yeah.

Chelsey:

And if you want to be featured as one of our Royal Reviews, then make

Trey:

And if you're still here and listening and you hate the pod, you

Trey:

That'll really get our goat.

Trey:

All right.

Trey:

So we did it queen that's another round in the books.

Chelsey:

Wow, we did it.

Chelsey:

Thank you guys so much for joining us today.

Chelsey:

If you like, what you heard, tell a friend.

Trey:

If you didn't like what you heard telling enemy.

Trey:

If you want to lodge your own complaint, submit your own review or share with the world

Trey:

Leave us a voicemail at 850-REVIEW0

Chelsey:

You can also follow us on all the socials @TheReviewQueens.

Chelsey:

I'm @ChelseyBD

Trey:

and I'm @TreyGerrald.

Trey:

That's two R's.

Trey:

Become a member of the Royal Court by joining our Patrion at patrion.com/ReviewThatReview,

Chelsey:

And remember, ignore the haters, you're a queen

Trey:

gender non-specific queen.

Chelsey:

Bye

Trey:

Bye Yall!

Trey:

Review That Review is an independent podcast.

Trey:

Certain names have been redacted or changed to protect the guilty.

Trey:

Executive produced by Trey Gerrald and Chelsey Donn with editing and sound designed by

Trey:

Our cover art was designed by LogoVora and our theme song was written by Joe

About the Podcast

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Review That Review with Chelsey Donn & Trey Gerrald
A comedy podcast dedicated to reviewing pedestrian online reviews!

About your hosts

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Trey Gerrald

Actor | Writer | Human-Person
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Chelsey Donn

Actress | Comedian | Writer
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