UA-198543153-1 45 EASTEROVER SPECIAL: Peeps / 30 Minute Seder Haggaddah - Review That Review with Chelsey Donn & Trey Gerrald

Episode 45

Episode 45: EASTOVER SPECIAL: Peeps / 30 Minute Haggadah

The Queens prepare for this holy week with a 1 Star Amazon Review for Peeps Marshmallow Candy Bunnies and a 3 Star Amazon Review for 30 Minute Seder: The Haggadah That Blends Brevity With Tradition. Chelsey's water recipe should NOT be messed with, Trey only wants to hear Brigadoon, and the Queens consider the value of traditions.

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VOICEOVER:

[Theme Song]

Chelsey Donn:

Hello,

Trey Gerrald:

hi and Hello, listeners.

Trey Gerrald:

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Chelsey Donn:

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Chelsey Donn:

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Trey Gerrald:

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Chelsey Donn:

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Trey Gerrald:

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Trey Gerrald:

Chelsey, holy cannoli.

Trey Gerrald:

It's a big week girl.

Trey Gerrald:

Passover starts on Friday, and then we have Easter Sunday.

Trey Gerrald:

How's your week going?

Trey Gerrald:

How are your plans?

Trey Gerrald:

What's going on?

Chelsey Donn:

just throwing away all the bread, you know, gotta get, gotta get ready.

Trey Gerrald:

Got to lock up the bread cabinet.

Chelsey Donn:

Don't don't want to have any temptations around, so good.

Chelsey Donn:

Excuse to get rid of all the carbs, I guess.

Trey Gerrald:

Exactly.

Trey Gerrald:

You're um, getting ready for Passover by throwing out bread and I'm getting ready for Easter by

Trey Gerrald:

That's sacrilegious.

Trey Gerrald:

I can't keep that in

Chelsey Donn:

Ah, and you're getting ready for Easter by.

Trey Gerrald:

painting my egg.

Chelsey Donn:

Yeah.

Chelsey Donn:

I always really wanted to buy one of those like egg spinner thingies, where

Chelsey Donn:

It's like the spinny thing and the egg goes in the center of it, and

Chelsey Donn:

And it forms like a perfect circle around the egg.

Trey Gerrald:

have you ever seen those, Um, their new contraptions, you like their

Chelsey Donn:

I have seen my friends.

Chelsey Donn:

Staff is a big fan of this device.

Trey Gerrald:

Yeah.

Trey Gerrald:

people are say, it's amazing.

Chelsey Donn:

I think she got it as a gift because she would always bring hard-boiled eggs to work.

Chelsey Donn:

so one of her coworkers was like, Steph really likes hard boiled eggs, better buy or this.

Chelsey Donn:

And it's like changed her life.

Trey Gerrald:

that's so nice.

Chelsey Donn:

it.

Chelsey Donn:

Apparently I was, I don't know where I saw this recently, but you can

Trey Gerrald:

Oh, I've heard that?

Trey Gerrald:

Yeah.

Trey Gerrald:

Airfares are amazing.

Trey Gerrald:

I still don't have one.

Trey Gerrald:

I need to get

Trey Gerrald:

one.

Chelsey Donn:

like a magic box that just makes your food, I guess

Trey Gerrald:

We truly are living in the, instead of Rosie it's Siri

Trey Gerrald:

and

Chelsey Donn:

Exactly.

Chelsey Donn:

I mean, they definitely, they knew things that, and then that movie, oh God, that

Trey Gerrald:

Xenon girl, of the future.

Chelsey Donn:

We're like they had a lot of like FaceTime stuff happening.

Trey Gerrald:

I remember watching the Jetsons as a kid and being like, how is

Trey Gerrald:

mean, it literally blew my mind.

Trey Gerrald:

And I remember thinking about

Trey Gerrald:

really like thinking, wow, if that ever happens, that would be crazy.

Trey Gerrald:

How would that possibly happen?

Chelsey Donn:

Yeah.

Chelsey Donn:

And now it's real life.

Chelsey Donn:

They knew things.

Trey Gerrald:

And now you and I are on opposite coasts doing a podcast,

Chelsey Donn:

It's true.

Trey Gerrald:

each other.

Chelsey Donn:

It's just so many things like that with television, where they predict

Trey Gerrald:

Yeah.

Trey Gerrald:

That is so weird.

Chelsey Donn:

It is strange.

Chelsey Donn:

Are we feeling complaining today?

Trey Gerrald:

yeah, let's get into some complaints.

Trey Gerrald:

Chelsey, is there anything that you need to

VOICEOVER:

Lodge A Complaint.

Trey Gerrald:

about today?

Chelsey Donn:

there is always, I want to take it back to the shower.

Chelsey Donn:

I know we were there a few weeks ago and I want to go by.

Chelsey Donn:

want to talk about just inconsistent temperatures in the shower.

Chelsey Donn:

Have we discussed

Trey Gerrald:

Oh, no, but

Trey Gerrald:

GO!.

Chelsey Donn:

Okay.

Chelsey Donn:

It's just like very confusing to me.

Chelsey Donn:

When I take a shower regularly, always have the same method, certain amount

Chelsey Donn:

Like I know my recipe I've been living in the same place for a long time.

Trey Gerrald:

Do you have one handle or do you have a hot and a cold handle?

Chelsey Donn:

I have a hot and cold.

Chelsey Donn:

I have two different handles.

Chelsey Donn:

I know, like I turned my hot all the way up and then I turned my cold to

Chelsey Donn:

And sometimes.

Chelsey Donn:

Something goes awry.

Chelsey Donn:

I don't really know what causes it.

Chelsey Donn:

I don't know if it's laundry.

Chelsey Donn:

I don't know if it's one of my housemates using the shower.

Chelsey Donn:

I really don't know what it is, but something happens where all of a sudden I got to

Chelsey Donn:

And then all of a sudden the shower is burning hot and then freezing cold and then burning hot.

Chelsey Donn:

And why, why does, why, why does this keep happening?

Trey Gerrald:

I have a bathtub and I am obsessed with taking baths and I think our house just needs

Trey Gerrald:

And it's really frustrating.

Chelsey Donn:

Oh, you use up all the hot water if you're going fill up at the top.

Trey Gerrald:

But just in that one pipeline because of

Trey Gerrald:

the shower, because it's two separate things.

Trey Gerrald:

It's not like a combo, the shower never loses hot water and our sink can never lose hot water.

Trey Gerrald:

Like, it's very weird.

Trey Gerrald:

It's just the bathtub, but okay.

Trey Gerrald:

Anyway, I'm sort of off track here, but I recognize, I don't know what that is.

Trey Gerrald:

I don't know if it is a water heater situation.

Trey Gerrald:

I don't know if it's like the piping situation, but that is very frustrating

Chelsey Donn:

Yeah.

Trey Gerrald:

it's just very inconsistent.

Chelsey Donn:

And there's no way to fix it.

Chelsey Donn:

It's like you're trying to fix something that is just, it's completely gone.

Chelsey Donn:

Rogue.

Chelsey Donn:

The captain has left the building.

Chelsey Donn:

There's no equilibrium.

Chelsey Donn:

That's going to be mad.

Chelsey Donn:

It's done.

Chelsey Donn:

Like, you know, it's done and you're already soapy.

Chelsey Donn:

You have soap in your hair

Trey Gerrald:

I remember in acting school.

Trey Gerrald:

One of our professors told us the story about memory recall, but there was some

Trey Gerrald:

I think it was a German actor

Trey Gerrald:

who,

Chelsey Donn:

as.

Trey Gerrald:

Who is in some film where they die by suicide by shooting a gun

Trey Gerrald:

Like, how did you do that?

Trey Gerrald:

And they told the story about when they were in drama school, they were

Trey Gerrald:

Hot water.

Trey Gerrald:

And so every morning there was this one moment where he would have to like center

Trey Gerrald:

And that was what he recalled for the scene when he had to like pull the trigger.

Trey Gerrald:

And for whatever reason, that one story has lived with me.

Trey Gerrald:

So hardcore.

Trey Gerrald:

Anytime the hot water goes away.

Trey Gerrald:

I think of that actor.

Trey Gerrald:

I don't know the movie.

Trey Gerrald:

I don't know the actor.

Trey Gerrald:

I don't know anything, but I just that memory of like,

Trey Gerrald:

oh,

Chelsey Donn:

was the performance of success.

Trey Gerrald:

I think so.

Trey Gerrald:

Yeah.

Trey Gerrald:

Very renowned thing that I don't know.

Chelsey Donn:

Ah, oh man.

Trey Gerrald:

Well, great complaint.

Trey Gerrald:

I

Trey Gerrald:

definitely hear you.

Trey Gerrald:

wild.

Trey Gerrald:

So.

Chelsey Donn:

Yeah.

Chelsey Donn:

What about you?

Chelsey Donn:

Give us a complaint, lay it on us.

Chelsey Donn:

Trey.

Trey Gerrald:

Okay.

Trey Gerrald:

Today, I would like to lodge a complaint against people using the speaker phone

Trey Gerrald:

I hate

Trey Gerrald:

it someone is on a call

Trey Gerrald:

they're in place and they're talking on the speaker phone, or if they're

Trey Gerrald:

So they're just blaring it on a speaker that is so rude.

Trey Gerrald:

I don't want to listen to your phone call.

Trey Gerrald:

I don't want to listen to your music unless you're playing their original cast recording

Trey Gerrald:

So it's annoying to me why we have headphones.

Trey Gerrald:

That's it's a device that exists.

Trey Gerrald:

I recognize like maybe you forgot them.

Trey Gerrald:

Well then why don't you hold the phone up to your ear?

Trey Gerrald:

Like you hold a phone up to your ear.

Trey Gerrald:

Why do you think that people want to hear it?

Trey Gerrald:

All of that.

Trey Gerrald:

Have you ever encountered that?

Chelsey Donn:

Completely agree.

Chelsey Donn:

Like I just don't understand why anyone would ever think that unless you're on a reality show where

Chelsey Donn:

There is zero reason to have your phone on speaker.

Chelsey Donn:

It's similar to being on an airplane.

Chelsey Donn:

And having somebody just play something rogue.

Chelsey Donn:

Now I understand the temptation because I'd been on a plane before where my headphones, all of a

Chelsey Donn:

And like, whatever, like, you just want to go for it, but I don't.

Chelsey Donn:

Cause I'm just like, that's so.

Chelsey Donn:

Rude and presumptive to assume that somebody else, once they hear your

Chelsey Donn:

I don't know.

Chelsey Donn:

There've been so many situations where I've personally like been listening to

Chelsey Donn:

And I just have to turn it off.

Chelsey Donn:

Even if it like makes me feel a little bit like, oh, I have to remember to go back to that later.

Chelsey Donn:

Turn it off.

Chelsey Donn:

If you don't have that.

Trey Gerrald:

I think that is what it is for me, because I'm so aware of how I'm being perceived.

Trey Gerrald:

From growing up gay in the south.

Trey Gerrald:

that.

Trey Gerrald:

that is what is so baffling to me that people can just be fully unaware

Trey Gerrald:

Um, so extremely aware of it.

Trey Gerrald:

That that is what is so baffling to me.

Trey Gerrald:

I understand if you're like a 75 year old and you're like at Walmart and

Trey Gerrald:

but if 20 year old and you're like blaring music, it's like, you know what AirPods are.

Chelsey Donn:

You've heard of them, right?

Trey Gerrald:

Well, I do feel cleansed and happy and I'm so glad that we have this opportunity to

Trey Gerrald:

get all of these catches out so that

Trey Gerrald:

we can clean and clear

Trey Gerrald:

as we jump into other people's complaints.

Trey Gerrald:

Are you ready?

Trey Gerrald:

Chelsey?

Trey Gerrald:

Should we get into some online reviews?

Chelsey Donn:

shut.

Chelsey Donn:

And we can also be clean and clear for the upcoming holidays.

Trey Gerrald:

Yes.

Trey Gerrald:

thought and I.

Chelsey Donn:

Yes.

Chelsey Donn:

All right, let's do it.

Chelsey Donn:

As you know, we are your trustee Review!

Chelsey Donn:

Queens.

Chelsey Donn:

We each bring in a review from the internet that we feel needs to be inspected.

Trey Gerrald:

We read you the Review!

Trey Gerrald:

break it down and then rate the impact of the review on a scale from zero to five

VOICEOVER:

Assess That Kvetch.

Chelsey Donn:

And you're first to the party today.

Trey Gerrald:

Ooh.

Trey Gerrald:

And I brought brownies too.

Chelsey Donn:

Ooh, take it away, RQT.

Chelsey Donn:

QT.

VOICEOVER:

Review That Review.

Trey Gerrald:

Okie dokie and honor of this holy week I have today, a one star

Trey Gerrald:

So Maxine's subject is zero stars.

Trey Gerrald:

If that was an option,

Chelsey Donn:

Okay.

Trey Gerrald:

you know, we love that.

Trey Gerrald:

And, uh, it's a verified purchase and this is Maxine's one-star Amazon review for

Trey Gerrald:

Two issues.

Trey Gerrald:

Hence the low score.

One:

WAY overpriced!

One:

$5?!

One:

Seriously?

One:

These are 12 bunnies with a total weight of 3.38 ounces!

One:

Tiny little guys.

One:

I think they sell at a Target or Walmart for WAY under $2.

One:

MY bad for purchasing them and not reading all info.

One:

Like I normally do.

One:

I bought two for $10 of net product weight of 6.78.

One:

So doing the math, a pound of these things are over $20?!

One:

Ridiculous!

Two:

they are basically marshmallows shaped, like bunnies, dyed, bright,

Two:

A LOT of sugar!

Two:

Extremely over the top sweet.

Two:

Think taking a regular marshmallow, dampen it a little and coat it in as much sugar

Two:

Horrible.

Two:

You could get the same effect by putting two large marshmallows in your mouth.

Two:

Add a couple tablespoons of regular sugar in a shot glass and swallowing it.

Two:

If for some reason you want these peeps, go to any store, grocery target, et cetera.

Two:

And I guarantee you, they are not going to be over $2 a box, probably

Chelsey Donn:

How did Maxine spell reg LAR that we got that reading.

Trey Gerrald:

R E G I L a R.

Chelsey Donn:

Oh, wow.

Chelsey Donn:

Regular.

Trey Gerrald:

So I just want you to know that two people found this helpful.

Trey Gerrald:

For inflation reasons.

Trey Gerrald:

This was written March 9th, 2015,

Trey Gerrald:

and today the day of recording, I just did a little perusing.

Trey Gerrald:

And if you go to target.com

Trey Gerrald:

peeps Easter blue, Bunny's 4.5 ounces.

Trey Gerrald:

12 count is $2 and 19

Trey Gerrald:

cents.

Trey Gerrald:

If you go to CVS today at the time of recording.

Trey Gerrald:

Peeps yellow, marshmallow bunnies, Easter candy APS two 19.

Chelsey Donn:

Okay.

Chelsey Donn:

All

Trey Gerrald:

So it's All $2 and 19 cents.

Chelsey Donn:

So Maxine does have a point regarding the price.

Chelsey Donn:

I'll give her that.

Chelsey Donn:

I guess the part of the Review!

Chelsey Donn:

where I got a little bit confused.

Trey Gerrald:

Is it the math talk?

Chelsey Donn:

Well, first of all, the math, the math was just like extra, so great.

Chelsey Donn:

Like again, Maxine's giving me very teacher vibes, right.

Chelsey Donn:

Or teacher vibes, or like on some sort of extreme diet or like on and off of

Trey Gerrald:

I was going to say a food scale.

Chelsey Donn:

Right because wow.

Chelsey Donn:

Like, or maybe they're like a candle maker.

Chelsey Donn:

I don't know.

Chelsey Donn:

They like clearly do something where they regularly, there are chem chemistry teacher.

Chelsey Donn:

They do something where they regularly have to measure things,

Chelsey Donn:

But the part of the Review!

Chelsey Donn:

that I'm kind of like, Hmm, not so sure about is when we get into the

Trey Gerrald:

Yeah, I want to ask you, have you ever had a peep?

Chelsey Donn:

had a peep and I don't, I don't like peeps.

Chelsey Donn:

They are sugary marshmallows.

Chelsey Donn:

Right.

Trey Gerrald:

correct.

Chelsey Donn:

But doesn't everybody that's buying a peep know that it's a sugary, marshmallow.

Chelsey Donn:

Does anyone need to be told by Maxine?

Trey Gerrald:

Yeah.

Trey Gerrald:

Good question.

Trey Gerrald:

if you are a Christian and the United States of America, if you don't know what

Trey Gerrald:

And therefore do not have an account on Amazon to

Trey Gerrald:

read Maxine's description.

Chelsey Donn:

Yeah.

Chelsey Donn:

Even if there was a sense of humor in there and it was like, obviously

Chelsey Donn:

It's basically two marshmallows and like a pound of sugar, like then I would have been like, okay.

Chelsey Donn:

Yeah, yeah.

Chelsey Donn:

But the vet that Maxine was like, let me take you through the process

Trey Gerrald:

Right.

Trey Gerrald:

Yeah.

Trey Gerrald:

It's a whole paragraph about their description.

Trey Gerrald:

of peeps, right?

Chelsey Donn:

Which like I get it or do it due diligence.

Chelsey Donn:

Usually that would be a plus.

Chelsey Donn:

But in this situation on Amazon, I just don't buy it.

Chelsey Donn:

That somebody is going to go there and need Maxine's description.

Trey Gerrald:

Okay.

Trey Gerrald:

I guess I can sort of separate Maxine is saying, okay, there's two issues

Trey Gerrald:

here.

Trey Gerrald:

horribly overpriced, and then it doesn't taste good,

Trey Gerrald:

but I feel like they're really saying like, it's just marshmallows that are dampened with sugar.

Trey Gerrald:

So why are you paying so much, like.

Trey Gerrald:

Even seem like it's two issues.

Trey Gerrald:

It seems like, further evidence for the first issue that it's too expensive,

Trey Gerrald:

because you're saying like, why are you paying $5 for a wet marshmallow that has sugar on it?

Trey Gerrald:

You know, it's,

Chelsey Donn:

But it's if you felt so averse to the product and why did

Chelsey Donn:

Like clearly you knew what you were getting into.

Trey Gerrald:

Well, I do feel like part of Amazon is the convenience.

Trey Gerrald:

Like,

Trey Gerrald:

so

Chelsey Donn:

why I'm saying like, I, I think like if I was like, oh shoot,

Chelsey Donn:

And you know, I need to get peeps or my kids when they get home from school.

Chelsey Donn:

Cause all their friends are going to have peeps and I don't want to be the mom without the

Chelsey Donn:

Then I'm going to go on Amazon and buy them.

Chelsey Donn:

I do think it is out of control the price gouging.

Chelsey Donn:

I will give Maxine that, like, I really think Amazon should be doing something to regulate

Chelsey Donn:

Like I do think that that is ridiculous.

Chelsey Donn:

And I hear Maxine there.

Trey Gerrald:

But I, in my mind, like I do feel like we always had peeps in our

Trey Gerrald:

So it does sort of feel like a staple.

Trey Gerrald:

So the price gouging, which does show up in a lot of reviews, I

Trey Gerrald:

found Amazon people are really outraged by the price.

Trey Gerrald:

But I do also think like this is a company that has a product that

Trey Gerrald:

They obviously have branched out and they have lines of things,

Trey Gerrald:

but it like, this is an Easter product.

Trey Gerrald:

So I sort of give it a pass that it's like, Okay.

Trey Gerrald:

well, if they can only sell it this time of year.

Trey Gerrald:

But I also think if you just, I do think of you just buying it in the checkout line at CVS.

Trey Gerrald:

Like it's like candy canes.

Trey Gerrald:

Like you're just going to buy them at a grocery store or something.

Trey Gerrald:

But,

Trey Gerrald:

uh, I

Chelsey Donn:

I mean, I don't know if I want to like, feel so bad for the peeps

Chelsey Donn:

That makes peeps

Trey Gerrald:

must be.

Trey Gerrald:

I'm sure that someone has purchased it by this point.

Chelsey Donn:

exactly.

Trey Gerrald:

Something about Maxine declaring that they are serving.

Trey Gerrald:

How much a box is supposed to be elsewhere.

Trey Gerrald:

And then at the end they're like, I'm pretty sure it's 25 cents cheaper

Trey Gerrald:

than what I'm saying.

Trey Gerrald:

Just all of that feels a little shady.

Trey Gerrald:

Like, I mean, I think I trust, I don't know.

Trey Gerrald:

I am split about Maxine, but ultimately it feels a little like, why are you so mad about this?

Chelsey Donn:

Well, I know I, Maxine is mad.

Chelsey Donn:

I like, I just think that based on the Review!

Chelsey Donn:

the actual narrative is that Maxine went on in a hurry, ordered some peeps,

Chelsey Donn:

had them Dilla had them deliver, you know, order them.

Chelsey Donn:

Didn't bother to look at the.

Chelsey Donn:

Was then like going through her Amazon purchases saw how much she paid and was like,

Chelsey Donn:

Review!

Chelsey Donn:

I'm sorry.

Chelsey Donn:

There is a little bit of responsibility here to Maxine now, whereas where's the value.

Chelsey Donn:

I guess if I was somebody else that was going to go buy this product and I hadn't looked at

Chelsey Donn:

I might then be like, oh, shoot.

Chelsey Donn:

She's right.

Chelsey Donn:

I'm not going to pay that much for this when I can get it CVS,

Trey Gerrald:

I hear

Chelsey Donn:

you know,

Trey Gerrald:

yeah, I that's actually true.

Chelsey Donn:

there is value there.

Chelsey Donn:

But I think that the passion that's coming from from Maxine is really because

Trey Gerrald:

By their, um, schedule all ya.

Chelsey Donn:

Yeah, by like not paying attention.

Chelsey Donn:

It was like, this was the hard lesson that Maxine had to learn about.

Chelsey Donn:

Just assuming that it product like peeps has a universal price and not bothering

Trey Gerrald:

Right.

Trey Gerrald:

Do you think that this would be a deal breaker for you?

Chelsey Donn:

No, and I don't think it'll be a deal breaker for anybody looking at this.

Chelsey Donn:

I think that again, a normal person would look at the price.

Chelsey Donn:

So if it was going to be a deal breaker for them, they were just look at the product page,

Chelsey Donn:

Like, I don't anybody is on the fence.

Chelsey Donn:

Going to Amazon looking for peeps in the first place, and then going to look in the

Chelsey Donn:

I mean, like you said, there were people that said it was useful, so maybe we're wrong.

Trey Gerrald:

two people.

Trey Gerrald:

And this was written in 2015.

Chelsey Donn:

Okay.

Chelsey Donn:

All right.

Chelsey Donn:

But that's still like a couple people had to go and like tick that box for Maxine,

Trey Gerrald:

Yeah.

Trey Gerrald:

I mean the spelling and grammar is pretty great here.

Trey Gerrald:

Other than that

Chelsey Donn:

other than

Trey Gerrald:

regular.

Trey Gerrald:

And every time it is interesting.

Trey Gerrald:

Every time they have the word bunnies, it's a capital B.

Chelsey Donn:

the CA they're talking about capital B bunnies here.

Chelsey Donn:

Okay.

Trey Gerrald:

I feel like I could crown this.

Trey Gerrald:

How are you feeling?

Chelsey Donn:

I think I can crown Maxine.

Trey Gerrald:

Okay.

Trey Gerrald:

So Chelsey and I each have our own set of zero to five crown cards in an effort

Trey Gerrald:

We will simultaneously reveal our rating.

VOICEOVER:

The Queens are Tabulating.

Chelsey Donn:

Okay, I'm holding up one and a half crowns.

Chelsey Donn:

Trey is holding up two crowns.

Chelsey Donn:

one and a half crowns just because I agree with Maxine price is outrageous.

Chelsey Donn:

And I don't think we should be charging this much for a product like this.

Chelsey Donn:

But other than that, all the points they made during the breaking down of the Review!

Chelsey Donn:

still stand.

Chelsey Donn:

And I don't know how valuable this review is.

Chelsey Donn:

So that's why I gave Maxine one and a half crowns.

Chelsey Donn:

Why two crowns from you?

Trey Gerrald:

I almost did one and a half and I changed the last second, but I did

Trey Gerrald:

I just think like

Trey Gerrald:

they did a

Chelsey Donn:

the scales.

Trey Gerrald:

at tips, the ounces here for me with the crown, I don't care about your description of

Trey Gerrald:

but I do think the M ounces per pound per dollar is an interesting point.

Trey Gerrald:

But ultimately if I'm going to buy peeps, I don't care about like Maxine's

Trey Gerrald:

So that's why I said Two,.

Chelsey Donn:

Okay.

Chelsey Donn:

Fair fair.

Trey Gerrald:

All right.

Trey Gerrald:

Well, let's take a quick break.

Trey Gerrald:

And when we come back, we can get into Chelsey's Review!

Chelsey Donn:

When we come back, we're going to get a little peep into my Review!

Trey Gerrald:

ah, Ooh,

Chelsey Donn:

love that BRB.

Trey Gerrald:

Shalom.

VOICEOVER:

Hold your crown.

VOICEOVER:

We'll be right back.

Trey Gerrald:

It's game time.

Trey Gerrald:

Chelsey.

Trey Gerrald:

Why don't we just jump on and take a quick spin on the Meryl-Go-Round honey.

Trey Gerrald:

' VOICEOVER: I don't feel like an icon.

Trey Gerrald:

Most of the days, I feel like 'I can't!' That's with an, A'..

Chelsey Donn:

All right.

Chelsey Donn:

Here's the deal.

Chelsey Donn:

Trey and I have each picked a rotten scathing, pithy One-Star-Zinger and with 30 seconds on

Trey Gerrald:

Just like queen Meryl, who does it all.

Chelsey Donn:

before the clock runs out.

Trey Gerrald:

Okay.

Trey Gerrald:

Now, Chels, what is your One-Star-Zinger?

Chelsey Donn:

So my One-Star-Zinger is from Amazon.

Chelsey Donn:

It is a one-star review of the Lindt chocolate carrots for 1.9 ounces.

Chelsey Donn:

This review is written by Vera L F.

Chelsey Donn:

And the subject of the Review!

Chelsey Donn:

is expensive.

Chelsey Donn:

And the Review!

Chelsey Donn:

is.

Chelsey Donn:

Very small amount for the prices.

Chelsey Donn:

And

Trey Gerrald:

Vera had to go.

Chelsey Donn:

I had a gal.

Trey Gerrald:

I do think of lent as like a gourmet chocolate, so,

Trey Gerrald:

whatever, whatever.

Trey Gerrald:

Okay.

Trey Gerrald:

All right, Chelsey, I'm going to strap you in

Trey Gerrald:

to a free arrow Rochet.

Chelsey Donn:

Oh, you don't even know.

Chelsey Donn:

I love a

Chelsey Donn:

. Trey Gerrald: Let me say,

Chelsey Donn:

Love.

Trey Gerrald:

All right.

Trey Gerrald:

here we go.

Chelsey Donn:

do at

VOICEOVER:

Two, One, GO!.

Trey Gerrald:

mime, true crime documentary.

Chelsey Donn:

small amount for the prices and.

Trey Gerrald:

Melodrama Yankee

Chelsey Donn:

Very small amount for the prices and

Trey Gerrald:

game show.

Chelsey Donn:

prices and

Trey Gerrald:

Yeah, give it to you.

Trey Gerrald:

Cause it's a Holy week, 2, 4, 6, 7 diva.

Chelsey Donn:

Okay.

Chelsey Donn:

Trey tell us about your thing of this week.

Trey Gerrald:

I have a Passover zinger.

Trey Gerrald:

So today I have a one-star Amazon

Trey Gerrald:

review for straights gluten-free Motsa ball mix and

Trey Gerrald:

soup mix 4.5 ounces.

Trey Gerrald:

This

Trey Gerrald:

is written by all caps, a F R F, and their subject is all caps salty.

Trey Gerrald:

And the zinger is this product is very salty for my palette.

Chelsey Donn:

Um, Fair enough.

Chelsey Donn:

All right.

Chelsey Donn:

I'm going to strap you into a monster ball, but not just any monster ball, you

Chelsey Donn:

That's the kind of MATSOL you're stopped into.

Chelsey Donn:

I hate those kinds, but that's what you're stopped into.

Trey Gerrald:

I'm just going to roll around and it's my salty Motsa ball now.

Trey Gerrald:

Right.

Trey Gerrald:

here

Trey Gerrald:

we go.

VOICEOVER:

Three, Two, One, GO!.

Chelsey Donn:

reality,

Trey Gerrald:

They have sprout act is very from a palette.

Chelsey Donn:

horror

Trey Gerrald:

product is very intelligent

Chelsey Donn:

pop star,

Trey Gerrald:

that's brought out his bare man.

Trey Gerrald:

Saudi

Chelsey Donn:

Southern adult film.

Trey Gerrald:

just product is very salty for my palette.

Chelsey Donn:

news.

Trey Gerrald:

This product is very salty for my palette.

Chelsey Donn:

That's all.

Chelsey Donn:

Okay.

Chelsey Donn:

Let's see how you dead.

Chelsey Donn:

Six.

Trey Gerrald:

That means you're the winner

Chelsey Donn:

winner.

Chelsey Donn:

I'm the Passover winner.

Chelsey Donn:

I found the offi Komen.

Trey Gerrald:

next year in Jerusalem.

Chelsey Donn:

Yes.

VOICEOVER:

Review That Review

Trey Gerrald:

All right, Queens.

Trey Gerrald:

We are back from That rousing game break.

Trey Gerrald:

And it is your turn Chelsey.

Trey Gerrald:

Where is your Review.

Trey Gerrald:

from this week?

Chelsey Donn:

So my Review!

Chelsey Donn:

is also from Amazon this week.

Chelsey Donn:

It's rich soil.

Chelsey Donn:

So this is actually a three-star review for a 30 minute Seder.

Chelsey Donn:

The Hagada that blends brevity with tradition, paperback, September 29th, 2007.

Trey Gerrald:

I think that that definitely qualifies.

VOICEOVER:

Supercalifragilistic XB.

Chelsey Donn:

It's written by, uh, Robert Cottman.

Chelsey Donn:

Just if anyone's wondering, and it's illustrated by bill Yana.

Chelsey Donn:

So this Review!

Chelsey Donn:

is a three-star review written by JS.

Chelsey Donn:

The subject is felt rushed and stressed.

Chelsey Donn:

Doesn't do honor to the wonder of the Passover story.

Trey Gerrald:

Like a fault.

Chelsey Donn:

Here we go.

Chelsey Donn:

This year, we ordered a bunch of different Hagada in search of a

Chelsey Donn:

Initially we liked this one, its thinness was appealing.

Chelsey Donn:

The pages are bright and colorful and extremely visually engaging.

Chelsey Donn:

And it didn't include all the extraneous texts that makes Seders feel so insanely long.

Chelsey Donn:

But when we really sat down.

Chelsey Donn:

And went through it page by page.

Chelsey Donn:

We just felt rushed and harried.

Chelsey Donn:

The pages that at first were so visually engaging now felt like they were trying

Chelsey Donn:

Some details or readings we like we're too condensed or omitted entirely.

Chelsey Donn:

There's virtually no Hebrew.

Chelsey Donn:

And the book opens like an English book rather than a Hebrew book.

Chelsey Donn:

The pictures and illustrations all felt very slick and modern, but we didn't feel anything historical

Chelsey Donn:

It made us feel like the entire purpose of this book was to get through the formality of the

Trey Gerrald:

Hmm.

Trey Gerrald:

Wow.

Trey Gerrald:

That feels a little, I went on a little roller coaster

Chelsey Donn:

me too.

Chelsey Donn:

Yeah.

Trey Gerrald:

'cause I think that the last sentence is seemingly

Trey Gerrald:

which at, so at the beginning of the Review!

Trey Gerrald:

I was sort of like, well, duh, but then when you do break down, like, what is

Trey Gerrald:

Like, maybe it isn't something that should be rushed.

Trey Gerrald:

I've actually never considered that.

Trey Gerrald:

Cause as a, someone who was not Jewish, but does celebrate high holidays, it is Very.

Trey Gerrald:

long.

Trey Gerrald:

And as someone who had never heard Hebrew and then suddenly was at a Passover Seder,

Trey Gerrald:

what, this is another language.

Trey Gerrald:

What,

Trey Gerrald:

you know, it like.

Trey Gerrald:

I don't know what's happening, you know, so I would imagine some of the first

Trey Gerrald:

Right?

Trey Gerrald:

I mean, their point

Chelsey Donn:

like, I don't know what's included, but it's like, we need a diary new moment.

Chelsey Donn:

Certainly, you

Chelsey Donn:

know?

Chelsey Donn:

We, yeah, we need to, we need the questions.

Chelsey Donn:

Mohnish I mean, like if we don't have that, which I don't know, maybe, maybe it is there, but

Trey Gerrald:

Do you think they just do like one of the plagues instead of all of them?

Chelsey Donn:

yeah.

Chelsey Donn:

I don't know.

Chelsey Donn:

I wonder, like, what is lost in the brevity of all this?

Chelsey Donn:

I do think it's like, like a funny thing that the Maxwell house version of the Hagada like

Trey Gerrald:

Yeah, I was going to say it's that your family is too.

Chelsey Donn:

Yeah, for sure.

Chelsey Donn:

I mean like any traditional theater I've ever gone to at someone's house, we always

Chelsey Donn:

So I understand that, like, this is a, a departure for JS, you know, so I

Trey Gerrald:

The whole point is

Chelsey Donn:

Exactly.

Chelsey Donn:

I think what's kind of interesting and what's making me respect JS a little bit

Trey Gerrald:

that was my point.

Trey Gerrald:

Yes.

Trey Gerrald:

I was

Chelsey Donn:

you know, because at the end of the day, the word brevity is in the title.

Chelsey Donn:

So I think that the point of the survey view is if you want brevity in a sense you are

Trey Gerrald:

I also have a question about the very first or second sentence.

Trey Gerrald:

They say the plural form of Hagada

Chelsey Donn:

Yeah.

Trey Gerrald:

as Hagada, it's not Haggadahs.

Chelsey Donn:

maybe actually I might've read it wrong.

Chelsey Donn:

It says, I don't know.

Chelsey Donn:

I'm like, how do you spell Hagada it says hug a dote.

Chelsey Donn:

Maybe, that's the

Chelsey Donn:

plural.

Trey Gerrald:

It's like, um, bar mitzvah notes.

Chelsey Donn:

exactly.

Trey Gerrald:

I thought it was funny to use the word harried.

Chelsey Donn:

Yes, me too.

Trey Gerrald:

How well do you think JS is?

Chelsey Donn:

Probably like around my parents' age, if I had to guess,

Trey Gerrald:

Yeah.

Chelsey Donn:

fifties, sixties.

Trey Gerrald:

I was thinking maybe like, um, fifties,

Trey Gerrald:

but, like how I feel like maybe they are suddenly the head of the household,

Trey Gerrald:

now they're the ones that are in charge.

Trey Gerrald:

And so they're trying to figure out like what's best for their family.

Trey Gerrald:

And then in this process of getting multiple Hagada outs, they like have realized, Okay.

Trey Gerrald:

it's not this.

Trey Gerrald:

Because just skip everything.

Trey Gerrald:

But I think why I appreciate the three-star here is because it is like the title.

Trey Gerrald:

It is like, of course they have to cut stuff if you're a making it 30 minutes, like,

Trey Gerrald:

you know, and if you're not tailoring your own 30 minute Hagada then like

Trey Gerrald:

So it kind of inspires me to think like, oh, maybe we could do our own trim to version.

Chelsey Donn:

Right.

Chelsey Donn:

I was personally triggered and I don't think it was intentional by the

Chelsey Donn:

I just want to point that out for my own personal bias.

Chelsey Donn:

When I read that, I was like, why the NIS appealing?

Chelsey Donn:

It's not just a thing.

Chelsey Donn:

I also really liked that JS did bring up that they ordered a bunch of different Haga

Chelsey Donn:

you know, skip ahead and just get this one instead.

Chelsey Donn:

So I appreciated that Jay has really kept his Review!

Chelsey Donn:

centered around this particular attack.

Trey Gerrald:

right.

Trey Gerrald:

I know.

Trey Gerrald:

I agree as well.

Trey Gerrald:

What's the spelling and grammar like.

Chelsey Donn:

Really good.

Chelsey Donn:

I don't think I heard any errors.

Trey Gerrald:

I do feel like I don't think it's a valuable, our new or unique information that

Trey Gerrald:

Which like, I, there is an emotional Polce to this Review!

Trey Gerrald:

so like, it's a very intriguing to me, J a.

Chelsey Donn:

Yeah, I think that there is a lot of value here.

Chelsey Donn:

I liked that JS continually pointed out that it was visually engaging,

Chelsey Donn:

but I think the biggest complaint overall with both the text and that comment about the

Chelsey Donn:

So I feel like there's a lot of information that JS has giving us that would make

Chelsey Donn:

cause there are some people who are like, I have little kids, you know, I want this to be

Chelsey Donn:

And I know that a lot of people are going to be at this Seder that really don't know Hebrew.

Chelsey Donn:

And we want them to feel like they're included and they can follow along.

Chelsey Donn:

If that were my intention and I read JS is Review!

Chelsey Donn:

I would go ahead and buy the product.

Chelsey Donn:

You know what I mean?

Chelsey Donn:

So I feel like the information that JS is giving us really helps to weave out like, well, you're

Chelsey Donn:

So

Trey Gerrald:

what that means.

Chelsey Donn:

consider what that means.

Trey Gerrald:

Yeah.

Trey Gerrald:

I mean, I do think it is arming me with a lot of information because if I wanted to

Trey Gerrald:

the that I feel like are missing, this is really valuable to know, like,

Trey Gerrald:

but I would love to just sort of introduce a little bit of one of the

Trey Gerrald:

question and offer your own contrary opinion

Trey Gerrald:

and something that is striking me is that similar.

Trey Gerrald:

The Hanukkah, daddy, Christmas mama book so much.

Trey Gerrald:

And rightfully so.

Trey Gerrald:

If Judaism is a fear of loss of existence and a tradition, I that comes up a lot of

Trey Gerrald:

You know, like

Trey Gerrald:

people lot of thoughts

Trey Gerrald:

and I just would love to offer here as a non-Jewish.

Trey Gerrald:

That maybe you don't have to hold Passover to the responsibility of keeping tradition.

Trey Gerrald:

Like if we hold every single thing accountable for that, then maybe we are missing something

Trey Gerrald:

I think, I even agree with this point, but I just think that we're so concerned about what

Trey Gerrald:

Um, but I'm just going to cut all this cause I don't even think it's valuable saying, but

Chelsey Donn:

No, but.

Trey Gerrald:

appreciate it.

Chelsey Donn:

I was going to say, I think there is a point there because, you know,

Chelsey Donn:

And one of the things that was so great about it is that we did Mary and some of the traditions.

Chelsey Donn:

So it's.

Chelsey Donn:

Omitting and this way, but because the teachings were able to be delivered in a

Chelsey Donn:

Right.

Chelsey Donn:

So instead of this, just being about a plague, maybe we're talking about COVID or

Chelsey Donn:

What this would have been like, I'll speak for myself, but so often going

Chelsey Donn:

And so what was going on, I didn't really understand the core of what

Chelsey Donn:

And so it does make me wonder if within the brevity and within the modernization of this text.

Chelsey Donn:

Is it really explaining it for somebody that might not understand in a context that someone

Trey Gerrald:

And I do think that as a non Jew, that often goes to temple.

Trey Gerrald:

A lot of it doesn't make sense to me because it is a different

Trey Gerrald:

language until it is sermon where it's like a story that it's applied under the lens of today.

Chelsey Donn:

Exactly.

Trey Gerrald:

Yeah.

Trey Gerrald:

So maybe there isn't a Right.

Trey Gerrald:

and wrong.

Trey Gerrald:

And I think that that is what school about JSS Review!

Trey Gerrald:

is that it's A three-star

Trey Gerrald:

they're not necessarily making the call, but for them they were saying

Chelsey Donn:

Yeah.

Chelsey Donn:

And this was my feeling about it.

Chelsey Donn:

My feeling about it was that there was, it was too rushed.

Chelsey Donn:

I just want to say that 73 people found this helpful, uh, kind of adds any clarity.

Chelsey Donn:

Yeah, do we, do we consider everything?

Chelsey Donn:

I feel like we really gave JS a non harried consideration.

Trey Gerrald:

Yeah, I do feel a little.

Trey Gerrald:

I'm not sure I'm going to sway on this, but let's let's crown A'..

Chelsey Donn:

All right, let's do it.

Trey Gerrald:

Okay.

Trey Gerrald:

Here we go.

VOICEOVER:

The Queens are Tabulating.

Chelsey Donn:

right.

Chelsey Donn:

Trey all at, at all.

Trey Gerrald:

I'm really unsure.

Chelsey Donn:

All right.

Chelsey Donn:

Fair, three and a half crowns from trey four crowns for me.

Chelsey Donn:

All right.

Chelsey Donn:

Trey why three and a half crowns?

Trey Gerrald:

Well, I wanted to do three because JS is Review!

Trey Gerrald:

was three, but then I thought,

Trey Gerrald:

wow.

Trey Gerrald:

it's just interesting.

Trey Gerrald:

I said this in the assessment, it's like, it's not new information to say, oh, this is condensed.

Trey Gerrald:

And it's 30 minutes because that's literally the

Trey Gerrald:

title, but I got the emotional toll of what is actually trimmed out

Trey Gerrald:

value.

Trey Gerrald:

So I said three and a half, because I think it's a little more than middle of the road here,

Trey Gerrald:

So I said three and a half.

Trey Gerrald:

Why did you say four?

Chelsey Donn:

I said four because I really feel like Jay ass has handed us here.

Chelsey Donn:

What is, in my opinion?

Chelsey Donn:

A very perfect three star review.

Chelsey Donn:

And what I consider to be a very perfect three-star review is there

Chelsey Donn:

that might push some people towards actually purchasing the book

Chelsey Donn:

And I really love that that all exists within this one.

Chelsey Donn:

Review!.

Chelsey Donn:

There's not a lot of shade being thrown by JS.

Chelsey Donn:

Like we know that at the end of the day, JS is going to go with one of the

Chelsey Donn:

And I really liked the way they skirted that line.

Chelsey Donn:

Uh, I took a crown off because you know, it wasn't humorous and.

Chelsey Donn:

Was missing a little bit of that special sauce that for me, takes a review from

Chelsey Donn:

But other than that really solid Review!

Chelsey Donn:

JS had fun.

Chelsey Donn:

Breaking it down with you, Trey and foregrounds.

Trey Gerrald:

Find Review!.

Chelsey Donn:

Planks.

Chelsey Donn:

A nice divide.

Chelsey Donn:

This episode between the Passover and the Easter.

Trey Gerrald:

Yeah,

Trey Gerrald:

Um,

Chelsey Donn:

All right.

Chelsey Donn:

May queen, we have officially reached the most Regal portion of our show.

Chelsey Donn:

Who are you in ducting tray for?

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Trey Gerrald:

Today, I am going to induct the Brita water filtration company for My Royal

Trey Gerrald:

Highness.

Trey Gerrald:

So, all right.

Trey Gerrald:

So I was very curious because I guess I started using like Brita pitchers, like at

Trey Gerrald:

And so I just got very curious about.

Trey Gerrald:

The company.

Trey Gerrald:

So the company Brita was created in 1966 by Heinz hang comer in Germany.

Trey Gerrald:

And they, um, started at under a different name, but then eventually named it after

Trey Gerrald:

And then in 1988, the Clorox company purchased the rights to distribute

Trey Gerrald:

And that's like how it got introduced to us, you know, as Americans, uh, in 1988,

Trey Gerrald:

And then they have like seven different kinds of Brita filters.

Trey Gerrald:

Do separate things, but what they target is eliminating lead mercury as best dose copper,

Trey Gerrald:

And it's so scary.

Trey Gerrald:

that exists.

Trey Gerrald:

And I just major props to you, really water filtration, the whole conceit and

Trey Gerrald:

That's going to clean out all the impurities and help, keep us healthy and safe and hydrated.

Trey Gerrald:

And so for that reason,

Trey Gerrald:

I am nominating you Brita water filtration as My Royal Highness.

Chelsey Donn:

Love that!

Chelsey Donn:

What's funny to me is that people buy Britta.

Chelsey Donn:

and then like never clean their Brita

Trey Gerrald:

Isn't that funny?

Trey Gerrald:

I am so lazy with That

Trey Gerrald:

That is such a funny point.

Chelsey Donn:

It's like, you're trying to keep your water not contaminated

Chelsey Donn:

That's never cleaned.

Chelsey Donn:

And the filter hasn't been changed since 1980.

Trey Gerrald:

Oh my God.

Trey Gerrald:

That's really

Chelsey Donn:

I also always talk about Trey's household because Trey

Trey Gerrald:

talk about,

Chelsey Donn:

oh my God all the time.

Chelsey Donn:

I'm like, let me tell you a little bit about Trey and like his household with David.

Chelsey Donn:

Like they have.

Chelsey Donn:

Differing opinions on the temperature of water.

Chelsey Donn:

Trey likes his water cold, whereas David likes his water room temp.

Chelsey Donn:

So at their household, they have two different Brita's one that is an outside of the fridge.

Chelsey Donn:

And one that is the inside of the fridge, which is.

Chelsey Donn:

So great.

Chelsey Donn:

And they feel like demonstrative of your relationship.

Chelsey Donn:

It's like, okay, cool.

Chelsey Donn:

Like you like this, I like Well, we're just going to have to make it work for both of us,

Chelsey Donn:

I

Trey Gerrald:

Oh, my God.

Chelsey Donn:

many options for the

Trey Gerrald:

so funny.

Trey Gerrald:

We do do that, but I've never considered how that's like, I've never like taken

Trey Gerrald:

That's really funny.

Trey Gerrald:

Yeah.

Trey Gerrald:

Yeah.

Trey Gerrald:

It's just because he has sensitive teeth and he likes at room temperature And I am from the south.

Trey Gerrald:

so, everything has to be iced.

Chelsey Donn:

and I love it eyes too, but I just think that that's like so sweet

Trey Gerrald:

that is true.

Chelsey Donn:

if you ever go to Trey's house, just now they're

Trey Gerrald:

have the option?

Trey Gerrald:

Our cold one is a Brita and our room temperature is a pure, but only because of the sizes, not

Trey Gerrald:

Oh,

Trey Gerrald:

that's funny.

Trey Gerrald:

All Right.

Trey Gerrald:

Well, we did at queen that is another round on the, RU a Jew or RU a Christian RQ Ferris wheel?

Chelsey Donn:

Yes.

Chelsey Donn:

Thank you for joining us today.

Chelsey Donn:

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Trey Gerrald:

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Chelsey Donn:

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Chelsey Donn:

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Chelsey Donn:

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Trey Gerrald:

And I'm at @TreyGerrald.

Chelsey Donn:

On today's after show pod we're rating and reviewing a one-star review from

Trey Gerrald:

it's fun.

Trey Gerrald:

I love finding things.

Trey Gerrald:

That's always fun, especially when it's money!

Trey Gerrald:

And to find out what made Chelsey say.

Chelsey Donn:

but they pull out leaks and you beat each other.

Trey Gerrald:

Then join our Patreon Page at patreon.com/ReviewThatReview to hear our special

Chelsey Donn:

Ignore the haters.

Chelsey Donn:

You're a queen

Trey Gerrald:

gender non-specific queen

Chelsey Donn:

of course.

Chelsey Donn:

Bye!

Trey Gerrald:

Bye!

VOICEOVER:

Review That Review as an independent podcast, certain names have been

VOICEOVER:

Executive Produced by Trey Gerrald and Chelsey Donn with editing and

VOICEOVER:

With voiceover talents by Eva Kaminsky.

VOICEOVER:

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

Trey Gerrald:

Let's open the door, is Elijah there?

Chelsey Donn:

We have to let him in.

Chelsey Donn:

How rude!

Trey Gerrald:

Is that a funny button?

Trey Gerrald:

Do we need a different

Chelsey Donn:

button?

Chelsey Donn:

I don't think so.

Chelsey Donn:

I don't know.

Chelsey Donn:

I was like trying to think of a button and they couldn't think of one.

Chelsey Donn:

Um,

Trey Gerrald:

Come over here.

Trey Gerrald:

I'm paint my eggs.

Chelsey Donn:

what?!

Trey Gerrald:

What else is Eastery?

Chelsey Donn:

Bunny...

Chelsey Donn:

brunch!!

Trey Gerrald:

Easter Brunch is that oh, I guess that is a thing.

Chelsey Donn:

I don't know.

Chelsey Donn:

Let's end with end with brevity, shall we?

About the Podcast

Show artwork for Review That Review with Chelsey Donn & Trey Gerrald
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
Review Queen 👑
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Chelsey Donn

Actress | Comedian | Writer
Review Queen 👑