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Episode 46

Episode 46: Balloon & Wine Festival / Nasty Gal

Happy FOURTWENTY, Queens! This special 420 episode, the Queens inspect a 2 Star Yelp Review for the Temecula Valley Balloon and Wine Festival and inspect a show-first (!!) Instagram Comment REVIEW for Nasty Gal. Chelsey explores the hazards of one-way parking lots, Trey's beep explodes eardrums, and the Queens need to know when the REAL birth of Jesus Christ was and exactly why Boardwalks are SO dangerous to youth.

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(03:01) Lodge a Complaint!

(11:41) Temecula Valley Balloon & Wine Festival 2 Star Review

(26:46) Exclusive Offer

(27:48) Meryl-Go-Round

(34:19) Nasty Gal Instagram Review

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Transcript
VOICEOVER:

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Chelsey:

Hello.

Trey:

Hey, everyone.

Trey:

Welcome to Review That.

Trey:

Review the podcast dedicated to reviewing

Chelsey:

Reviews.

Chelsey:

We're just like Siskel and Ebert only instead of reviewing cinematic masterpieces, we

Trey:

that's Chelsey Donn,

Chelsey:

And that's Trey Gerrald

Trey:

and together we are

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Queens!

Chelsey:

your trusty review!

Chelsey:

Queens.

Trey:

And if you want to support the show while getting bonus and exclusive content, including

Trey:

Chelsey happy 420.

Trey:

Uh,

Chelsey:

Happy 420 Queens.

Chelsey:

I do think that there's something with Jesus and 420,

Trey:

What do you mean?

Chelsey:

his birthday or something, I got to look this up.

Trey:

Wait, what?

Trey:

Like Jesus Christ.

Chelsey:

Yeah.

Chelsey:

I mean says the Jew, but yes, there's like something.

Chelsey:

Oh God.

Chelsey:

Don't come at me.

Chelsey:

Jesus lovers.

Chelsey:

I, I respect everybody.

Chelsey:

I don't know.

Chelsey:

Happy 420.

Trey:

I'm not really a marijuana partake person.

Trey:

I have just for the novelty of it.

Trey:

When I was in last time when I was in Los Angeles, I did go to a dispensary just because it's legal.

Trey:

And so I was like, well, it's not going to be legal when I get back.

Trey:

It is today, this was years ago, but I went and it was really funny because I

Trey:

was like, Hey man.

Trey:

And I was like, hi, um, I don't smoke, but like, I want to try this.

Trey:

So like, what should I do?

Trey:

And they're like, yeah, man, like calm down, you know?

Trey:

And I'm like, I'm nervous.

Chelsey:

oh my God.

Chelsey:

That's so funny.

Chelsey:

Well, somebody said 420, happy birthday.

Chelsey:

Jesus.

Chelsey:

I don't know where that came from, but I'm going to go.

Trey:

No.

Trey:

Well, Jesus, his birthday is

Chelsey:

Yeah.

Chelsey:

I don't know if that's true.

Chelsey:

The lunar calendar, you know what I mean?

Chelsey:

There's so many calendars happening anyway.

Chelsey:

Yeah.

Chelsey:

420 is fun.

Chelsey:

Maybe I'll tell some stories on Patreon.

Chelsey:

Yeah.

Chelsey:

Why not?

Chelsey:

My week's going well, my day is going well.

Chelsey:

I like had a little bit of a kerfuffle in a parking lot that is going to

Trey:

Go for a what happened?

VOICEOVER:

Lodge A Complaint.

Chelsey:

Actually, I shouldn't call it a kerfuffle cause that makes it seem like

Chelsey:

So, you know, when you're in a parking lot, especially for a shopping center,

Chelsey:

Aligned in such a way that if you do enter in the wrong direction, it is nearly

Chelsey:

So it's like I was running late to an appointment, admittedly.

Chelsey:

And I was pulling into the slot.

Chelsey:

I did not think that I was doing anything wrong.

Chelsey:

And then I realized I'm not going to be able to get into this spot because

Chelsey:

But like there were people surrounding me on all sides.

Chelsey:

And so I just had to, I felt like Austin Powers, you know, in that scene

Chelsey:

I kept turning to everyone around me.

Chelsey:

And I was like, I'm sorry.

Chelsey:

I'm sorry.

Chelsey:

I'm sorry.

Chelsey:

I'm so sorry.

Chelsey:

I'm so sorry.

Chelsey:

But like, is it necessary to do that with these slanted parking spaces?

Chelsey:

I don't know.

Trey:

Yeah.

Trey:

I don't understand the, unless it's like a very small lot.

Trey:

And like they're doing that for flow of traffic.

Trey:

I don't know what

Chelsey:

I guess, but like, it kind of makes it worse.

Chelsey:

Cause it was sort of small ish lot, but like there was a car that was pulling out that was driving

Chelsey:

So I naturally of course, got out of their way and was like, oh, that's fine.

Chelsey:

I'll just take a left up here.

Chelsey:

But then when I went to take my turn, I was going the wrong way.

Chelsey:

So maybe that car really started the whole kerfuffle, but the point is, if we can't

Chelsey:

Why are we even doing this?

Trey:

I have been in that situation before.

Trey:

I do know what you mean.

Trey:

It's like you can't get your car into it.

Trey:

Cause it's the wrong way.

Trey:

You just made me think of a really good complaint that I, I'm not going to.

Trey:

Yeah, I'm going to write it down.

Trey:

I hear you.

Trey:

That is a great complaint.

Trey:

I'm sorry that that happened to you.

Trey:

And I'm in agreement that we should just blame that person that was in front of you.

Chelsey:

it wasn't my fault.

Chelsey:

Well, now that I've gotten that off my chest in real time, I've lodged my complaint.

Chelsey:

I'd like to know What are you going to complain about today?

Trey:

This is a test of the emergency broadcasting system.

Chelsey:

Oh my God.

Chelsey:

Yes.

Trey:

I'm sorry that I, people so loud.

Trey:

My blood boy calls when that little monthly test goes off on my cable.

Chelsey:

It's very upsetting.

Trey:

is 2022.

Trey:

What is this test for?

Trey:

Like, okay.

Trey:

Maybe in the world today, like nuclear bombing is like, it's real again, but what my

Trey:

Whoever is sending the test out.

Trey:

Doesn't know if someone is filling in that scan-tron bubble because.

Trey:

I not calling in to say, yes, you're interrupting Maury Povich.

Trey:

I like, it makes me crazy.

Trey:

Also today in 2022, we ha everyone has smartphones.

Trey:

Like,

Chelsey:

Nobody's relying on the cable television.

Trey:

do you remember when Trump was in office?

Trey:

And like, there was some random day where it was like, we got that little alert

Chelsey:

at office Depot.

Chelsey:

Everybody in there was in a total panic.

Trey:

like I turned it off a long time ago.

Trey:

Cause I guess I hate children, but there's also a feature on yes.

Trey:

On iPhones where it's like an Amber.

Trey:

alert will go to your phone.

Trey:

So I feel like that is so much more effective than these emergency

Trey:

I've never heard it on the radio, but in researching this complaint,

Trey:

So, but I've never heard it on a

Chelsey:

Yeah.

Chelsey:

I don't think I've ever heard it on the radio either.

Chelsey:

I mean, it is a little terrifying.

Chelsey:

It's kind of like, you know, the fire drill in when you're a kid, it's like, you hope

Trey:

Well, fema.gov says that the emergency alert system is a national public warning system

Trey:

So I guess it.

Trey:

would be like breaking

Chelsey:

It will be like, stand by present is coming

Trey:

my question.

Trey:

Like I'm not against having the alerts like so that the president can get to us.

Trey:

I think it's a little outdated.

Trey:

I understand.

Trey:

Not everyone has a smartphone, but I feel like more people have

Chelsey:

I don't know the stats on that.

Trey:

I mean, I feel like young children, like kids in college, aren't

Chelsey:

but maybe this is for the old people.

Chelsey:

Sorry, old people.

Trey:

My complaint is like, how are you verifying that?

Trey:

It's going through to my television?

Trey:

Like, why am I being subjected to the test without being able to alert you of the result?

Chelsey:

there's gotta be some way that they know.

Chelsey:

Otherwise.

Chelsey:

I agree.

Chelsey:

It would be completely useless.

Chelsey:

A test for whom

Trey:

I'm really sorry for how loud that was.

Trey:

Like, it really hurt you.

Trey:

I saw,

Trey:

I

Chelsey:

dead.

Chelsey:

It's okay.

Chelsey:

It's okay.

Trey:

Right

Chelsey:

I just had to take the headphones off or it's like,

Trey:

but I was so committed to the bed.

Trey:

I didn't acknowledge it.

Chelsey:

It's okay.

Trey:

I'm sorry.

Chelsey:

I hear you.

Chelsey:

It is really jarring.

Trey:

I feel bad.

Trey:

I'm sorry.

Chelsey:

No, it's the high-end.

Chelsey:

I hate it too.

Chelsey:

I leave the Amber alerts on why?

Chelsey:

Because I want to be a good Samaritan, I guess.

Chelsey:

I don't know, like God forbid I should be the one that like, you know, sees it.

Chelsey:

And then I want to know that I would be the first to call and of course I

Trey:

Did you ever get lost in a department store as a kid and have to like go

Chelsey:

absolutely.

Chelsey:

kidding?

Chelsey:

My mom claims one time we were at a grocery store and she says, now I don't,

Chelsey:

She says that I ran away from her and then I ran to the person like hysterically

Chelsey:

And they called her over the loudspeaker.

Chelsey:

And she was like, why didn't you run away from me?

Chelsey:

You know?

Chelsey:

Like, I, I don't know why I would've done.

Chelsey:

Have you ever gone up to somebody

Trey:

Yeah.

Chelsey:

that they were your mother or father?

Trey:

Literally, as you were asking that I would speak, I need to make

Chelsey:

my God.

Trey:

have, it's probably one of the most mortifying I get.

Trey:

When I think about it, my skin is flashing in my eyes are tearing.

Trey:

It was the most.

Trey:

That's probably it like an elementary school where I'll tell this story on the after show.

Trey:

Oh, but yes, I grabbed the,

Chelsey:

Oh no.

Chelsey:

I was walking on the, I was walking on the boardwalk, um, in Atlanta

Chelsey:

That's weird.

Chelsey:

Okay.

Chelsey:

I'll tell mine.

Chelsey:

And after show tale,

Trey:

Wait.

Trey:

that's

Trey:

so weird.

Trey:

Chelsey.

Chelsey:

too many distractions.

Chelsey:

There's like the ocean or.

Trey:

That's what's probably what it is and the fishing and

Chelsey:

Yeah, exactly.

Chelsey:

There's just like stuff around.

Chelsey:

Oh my God.

Chelsey:

That's hilarious.

Chelsey:

All right.

Chelsey:

that was a lot.

Trey:

Wow.

Trey:

I'm like, I feel like my skin is vibrating a lot.

Trey:

of higher frequency now.

Trey:

Alright, well, Chelsey, do you want to get into some online reviews with this energy?

Chelsey:

I absolutely beeping do know.

Chelsey:

All right.

Chelsey:

As you all know, we are your trustee Review!

Chelsey:

Queens.

Chelsey:

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

Chelsey:

What?

Trey:

I just keep getting a visual of you taking the headphones off.

Trey:

And I like, it's funny, but I also feel really guilty,

Chelsey:

all right, let it

Trey:

was so loud.

Chelsey:

Let it go, Elsa.

Trey:

Thank you.

Chelsey:

You're welcome.

Trey:

All right.

Trey:

Yeah.

Trey:

So as Chelsey was saying, we will read you the Review!

Trey:

break it down and rate the, we will.

Trey:

Okay.

Trey:

We will read you the Review!

Trey:

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

Trey:

It's a very Regal process that we call

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Assess That Kvetch

Trey:

and Chelsey girl, you are first on today's episode.

Trey:

Take it away, Queen.

Chelsey:

I can't wait.

Chelsey:

I can't wait.

Chelsey:

I'm sorry.

Chelsey:

I'm excited.

Chelsey:

I'm excited.

Chelsey:

Yay.

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Review That Review.

Chelsey:

I think it's like apropos that we have extra giggles today.

Chelsey:

Can if considering it's 420,

Trey:

Right.

Trey:

Good point.

Chelsey:

which is nothing new for us.

Chelsey:

All right.

Chelsey:

So this Review!

Chelsey:

is written by VIN T

Trey:

Like the size of Starbucks.

Chelsey:

oh yeah.

Chelsey:

Good point.

Chelsey:

Binti so this was written by Vinti.

Chelsey:

It is a two-star review on Yelp for the Temecula valley balloon and wine festival.

Chelsey:

All right, here we go.

Chelsey:

The Temecula valley balloon and wine festival is held every year during the first weekend of June.

The Romans, like to say:

'in vino veritas.' Which translates to: in wine, there is truth.

The Romans, like to say:

Whereas Bo and Duke, like to say, 'yeehaw, let's go get us a beerita!'

Trey:

What?!.

Chelsey:

So what happens at some random desert spot?

Chelsey:

When you gather a bevy of hot balloons, airships, eighties rockers, Daisy Dukes, wine snobs,

Chelsey:

like the porta potty drains tanks, you end up with something that doesn't mix really well.

Chelsey:

That's not to say you can't find some good here.

Chelsey:

The balloon glow, when the air ships ignite their burners in unison, while a loft is

Chelsey:

But I would invest your $50 per ticket with the real balloon festival in

Chelsey:

As the Roman say X Neely, O G is ex Nilo Neal fit, which means nothing comes from nothing.

Chelsey:

Pro Tip.

Chelsey:

It's important to spell check your tattoo!

Chelsey:

About me.

Chelsey:

Latin scholar?

Chelsey:

Yes.

Chelsey:

Daisy duke fan?

Chelsey:

Yes.

Chelsey:

Dukes of Hazzard fan Not so much.

Trey:

Wow.

Trey:

Well, I'm glad that van at the end explained why they referenced what the

Trey:

Wait, what's the difference between Dukes of hazard and Daisy duke?

Trey:

I thought Daisy duke was a character on the Dukes of hazard,

Chelsey:

I always thought of Daisy Dukes as like, like the shorts, right?

Chelsey:

Like the actual clothing and then Dukes of hazard.

Chelsey:

Isn't that?

Chelsey:

A movie

Trey:

I believe it was a

Chelsey:

or TV show.

Trey:

And then yes, it became a thump, but they're like the hot girl on that.

Trey:

Like Jessica Simpson and the movie played Daisy

Chelsey:

Yeah.

Chelsey:

That's who I think of.

Chelsey:

I think of Jessica Simpson in the short for.

Trey:

which for.

Trey:

some reason always makes me think of that Paris Hilton Hardee's commercial,

Chelsey:

Oh, yeah, awkward.

Trey:

I don't know why, wait, what's the third thing he signs off with,

Chelsey:

It says Dukes of Hazzard fan boy, not so much.

Trey:

I guess I'm just, why does he keep talking about I don't get it or is he

Trey:

Something.

Chelsey:

I think that is what he's saying, because he also brings up the whole,

Chelsey:

I think that the point that Vinti is getting at is like the Temecula, as far as I've

Chelsey:

And I guess this moment, whenever this festival is, is very like, Aw, you know,

Chelsey:

Like we have.

Chelsey:

These beautiful vineyards, you know, all around and this striking glow of

Chelsey:

And then I think we're venti is where we're losing.

Chelsey:

Venti is the funnel cake, you know, corn dog, hot fat mysteries, and misspelled tattoos of it all.

Trey:

I mean, it is interesting when you think about it, cause it is sort of mixing high and low.

Trey:

Like I do think of like a carnival,

Chelsey:

Rita fit into a wine festival?

Trey:

like the port-a-potty analogy, I guess, you know, it is funny to me to consider

Trey:

And then the Romans as the

Chelsey:

I guess, yeah.

Chelsey:

In vinos

Trey:

each other for entertainment.

Trey:

I mean, it sounds to me like, then.

Chelsey:

Latins, scholarly.

Trey:

A little too, his hat, I suppose.

Trey:

But, but I do, I would say it is unique information because when you said the

Trey:

lovely.

Trey:

But now we're hearing this Review!

Trey:

I am getting like, this is a very odd mixing of things that don't necessarily

Chelsey:

Yeah.

Chelsey:

I think it's valuable in the sense of the name of the event itself really

Chelsey:

And I mean, I'm not going to lie, like I'm not above,a funnel cake moment.

Trey:

Of course.

Chelsey:

I love like I'm, I'm not above the class of at all, but I do think it's

Chelsey:

Like most of the time, if you think of a wine festival, you think it's going to be

Chelsey:

Right?

Trey:

Um,

Chelsey:

I just picture like a bunch of those things from Starbucks that are like

Trey:

I definitely think of a charcuterie board, but I also don't, I don't think

Trey:

I think of it as like a chic dinner party.

Trey:

I would never want a red wine at like noon on the first weekend of June looking up at balloons.

Chelsey:

not a red wine and an adult.

Chelsey:

I'm a, I'm a white, well, I'm a Sauvignon Blanc specific kind of girl.

Chelsey:

And I feel like you can definitely have a nice crisp white wine with lunch

Trey:

I think of St.

Trey:

Korea, if it's going

Chelsey:

or a sangria or, yeah, I don't, the time of day doesn't particularly bother me.

Trey:

I guess you are in wine country.

Trey:

So like you are going to be partaking in wine

Chelsey:

Yeah, we do like wine tours during the day and Temecula and stuff like that.

Chelsey:

Okay.

Chelsey:

I forgot to mention that venti is an elite reviewer, which again, I think sort of

Chelsey:

What do we think of the attitude here?

Chelsey:

What do we think of the shade?

Trey:

Why have a question?

Trey:

Does it, we don't know where then is from

Chelsey:

Lynn's from Carlsbad, which is near San Diego.

Trey:

no, it, well, so I guess to me, as someone who born and raised in the

Trey:

If they're not Southern, I don't think that's fair.

Trey:

I think it's A little out of touch.

Chelsey:

Yeah, I agree.

Trey:

So there, there is a sense of like screwing you.

Trey:

Yeah.

Trey:

Southern people are, can be tacky and sure.

Trey:

There's like a stereotype about Southern people and you know, but like, why are you like

Chelsey:

And also some of us love it.

Chelsey:

And I sort of wished that there was a little room for that.

Chelsey:

Like we've heard other reviews before where they're like, not my cup of

Chelsey:

Whereas this, whereas this is feeling judgy in a way that's

Trey:

very judgmental.

Chelsey:

the whole thing, go to go to the San Diego bay wine and food festival

Trey:

I'm glad you brought that up.

Trey:

Cause I literally thought, like, why are you suggesting something that's

Trey:

This is like a summer early summer festival here in

Chelsey:

And like, can we give,

Trey:

suggesting something and

Chelsey:

can we give to macula, like their moment?

Trey:

yeah, it does seem to me like then.

Trey:

Has a very specific pompous point of view about what an elegant wine festival should be

Trey:

But to me mixing the conceit of like a fair or a daytime festival with like fried

Trey:

Like you can bring your kids, they can do all that.

Trey:

Silly like fried Oreo stuff and you can have wine.

Trey:

Like the mixing is feels disjointed, but it also feels purposeful.

Chelsey:

I agree also, like I do think that the family.

Chelsey:

Matches my memory of Temecula.

Trey:

The beer Rita thing is odd because beer and margaritas have nothing to do with

Trey:

Have you ever had a.

Trey:

Like there was a, there's a place in Manhattan called Blockheads and they put an upside

Chelsey:

I mean, I'm not a big beer person in general.

Chelsey:

I do like a margarita, so I would just have my margarita as the mark minus the beer.

Trey:

Okay.

Trey:

So tell me about this spelling situation.

Trey:

Cause it seems like, or the grammar

Chelsey:

Yeah.

Chelsey:

I mean, I think spelling and grammar checks out, there were a few sentences

Trey:

and the anxiety of seeing.

Chelsey:

Yeah.

Chelsey:

And the anxiety of seeing Latin.

Chelsey:

I think if I were just reading this, Review!

Chelsey:

not allowed on a podcast.

Chelsey:

I would probably just skip that.

Chelsey:

Like, I don't even think I would, like when I first saw the Review!, I was

Chelsey:

That I'm going to have to say on the show, but I just thought, I mean, You can't really

Trey:

Okay, well here let's get to the actual nuts and bolts.

Trey:

Like, what is the point?

Trey:

What's the point of this interview?

Trey:

Do you think that this is a common experience of people go into this festival?

Trey:

Or do you think that then a sort of an, a fluke minority here?

Chelsey:

I think it's a, it's a little bit hard.

Chelsey:

Cause I'm, you know, by the way that they're describing it and they set up right

Chelsey:

So I think you can expect that.

Chelsey:

But your response to that very well may not be the response that VIN T is having.

Chelsey:

Does that mean.

Trey:

Yeah,

Trey:

I mean, I, I do kind of feel like.

Trey:

I think that this really got under then's scan, unless maybe they're just an elite and

Trey:

But like, it does seem like if you're going to a daytime festival of like hot air balloons

Trey:

Of lots of different kinds of people.

Trey:

Like if you're not used to dealing or being surrounded by people that are different

Chelsey:

If you can't hang with the commoners then.

Chelsey:

Yeah, exactly.

Chelsey:

Maybe, maybe you're the odd man out.

Trey:

Yeah, I mean, I feel like I can like put this in like a colander and sort of

Chelsey:

That's a great way of putting it because like we find out that it's

Trey:

and it is interesting to know, like you're gonna, like, you're going

Trey:

So have that expectation.

Trey:

And I do think the whole redneck stuff is as an attempt at humor, more than

Trey:

But I think I can, I think I could crown venti makes me want to Vinci

Chelsey:

I know, I think I can ground them too.

Chelsey:

I just have one question.

Chelsey:

What do we think that w like the final shade before the obviously protect that it's important

Chelsey:

What do you think that that means?

Trey:

I mean before we got to the end, when they say they're a scholar, it felt to me like

Chelsey:

Yeah.

Trey:

I don't know.

Trey:

I don't, I don't know.

Trey:

I have no idea

Chelsey:

Cause I don't think that that is a concluding statement really adds up to anything.

Chelsey:

Cause I think it's like nothing comes from nothing.

Chelsey:

Doesn't really make sense.

Chelsey:

Like it's like everything.

Chelsey:

Add the up to nothing.

Chelsey:

Maybe.

Chelsey:

I don't know.

Chelsey:

Anyway, too much time is spent on venti.

Chelsey:

Let's crown him.

Trey:

All right, here we go.

Trey:

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

Trey:

We will simultaneously reveal our.

VOICEOVER:

The Queens are Tabulating.

VOICEOVER:

Total Score.

Chelsey:

All right.

Chelsey:

Trey is holding up two crowns.

Chelsey:

I'm holding up two and a half grounds.

Chelsey:

Trey, let us know why two crowns preventing.

Trey:

I think after shifting my little colander, I'm realizing there's base level information here.

Trey:

I was really distracted.

Trey:

I had to do a lot of self work on myself to get through the weeds of like the bad humor about

Trey:

The Dukes of Hazzard type people.

Trey:

And I don't know, I just think like it's a festival get over yourself.

Trey:

Like, why are you being so pompous about a festival that King's festival?

Trey:

Um, so for that reason I gave it to cause I don't, whatever, it was just get a glass of wine.

Trey:

Okay.

Trey:

And enjoy the hot air balloons.

Trey:

Chelsey, why did you say two and a half?

Chelsey:

I was really torn between two and two and a half.

Chelsey:

I agree with everything that you're saying, I think that there was

Chelsey:

That really was a turn off for me.

Chelsey:

But like you said, it was actually your colander point.

Chelsey:

Pushed me up that extra half crown, because I do know it's going to be $50 a ticket.

Chelsey:

I do know that I definitely am getting a sense of the vibe that I can anticipate.

Chelsey:

It's two crowns, not one.

Chelsey:

So I think they're, they are leaving a little bit of room, uh, for their interpretation

Chelsey:

So that was why I went with two and a half pounds for vintage.

Trey:

All right.

Trey:

Good job.

Trey:

Let's go to some macula.

Chelsey:

Yes, let's do it.

Chelsey:

Please.

Chelsey:

I'd love to go.

Trey:

All right.

Trey:

Well, Let's take a quick little break before we head to Temecula in real life.

Trey:

And when we come back, we can get into my Review!.

Chelsey:

Let's do it.

Chelsey:

I account wait, BRB.

VOICEOVER:

We'll be right back.

Trey:

It's One-Star-Zinger time Chelsey let's strap ourselves in, take

Trey:

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

Trey:

Most of the days,

Chelsey:

All right, Trey and I have each picked a rotten scathing, pithy One-Star-Zinger and

Trey:

Just like queen Meryl, who does it?

Chelsey:

before the clock runs out.

Chelsey:

All right.

Chelsey:

Try.

Chelsey:

Where is your One-Star-Zinger from today?

Trey:

This week, I have a one-star review from amazon.com written by good old Amazon customer

Chelsey:

she's back.

Trey:

the DVD of the 1965 live television production of Cinderella,

Chelsey:

Is this the Brandy one?

Chelsey:

Wait, what year is this?

Trey:

1965.

Chelsey:

Oh,

Trey:

And I also said starring Leslie Ann Warren.

Chelsey:

yes.

Chelsey:

Okay.

Trey:

See, I feel like it's just 420 it's Vegas

Chelsey:

I know you're right.

Chelsey:

It is it's it's in the air.

Trey:

All right.

Trey:

So Amazon customers, one star review subject is One Star.

Trey:

And the Review is grandkids wanted the cartoon version.

Chelsey:

Oh, my God, Amazon customer.

Chelsey:

Well, if grandkids wanted the cartoon version, then maybe you should have paid

Trey:

Exactly.

Chelsey:

All right.

Chelsey:

I'm gonna into a pumpkin thing that Cinderella rides and with what.

Trey:

thought you were going to strap me to Brandy.

Chelsey:

I have such amazing nostalgia for the Brandy version.

Chelsey:

Like that is my preferred Cinderella.

Chelsey:

So I just, well, as soon as anyone says that I automatically picture Brandy in my head.

Chelsey:

So I think I just stopped listening.

Trey:

You did

Chelsey:

No, I'm going to put you in the pumpkin, you know, with your fairy

Chelsey:

Don't lose your shoes again, please.

Trey:

it's possible.

Chelsey:

Things are happening at every day is

Trey:

It's all right.

Chelsey:

I thought it was impossible, impossible,

Trey:

Yeah, but then she's saying it is

Chelsey:

then it is in the end.

Trey:

cause of

Chelsey:

Our rights, our right, right.

Trey:

It's

Chelsey:

God it's possible.

Chelsey:

Let's do it.

Chelsey:

It is possible that you'll win this Meryl-Go-Round I believe in.

Chelsey:

You try.

Chelsey:

So

Trey:

thank you.

Chelsey:

let's get it.

Trey:

Come on pumpkin.

Trey:

Here we go.

Chelsey:

Yes.

VOICEOVER:

Three, Two, One,.

Chelsey:

TLC reality.

Chelsey:

Show

Trey:

wanted the cartoon version

Chelsey:

adult film,

Trey:

GO!

Trey:

grandkids.

Trey:

One of the

Chelsey:

breaking news,

Trey:

grandkids wanted the cartoon version.

Chelsey:

drama,

Trey:

Grandkids wanted the cartoon.

Chelsey:

romcom.

Chelsey:

WWE.

VOICEOVER:

Two,.

Chelsey:

Good job, Trey.

Chelsey:

I dunno why that felt.

Chelsey:

I mean, I do know why that felt so gross when I gave you the adult film.

Trey:

Good job.

Chelsey:

my God.

Chelsey:

I could jerk because your tray that's six, that's six for you.

Chelsey:

Trey.

Chelsey:

Good word.

Trey:

Alright, Chelsey, what is your One-Star-Zinger today?

Chelsey:

Okay.

Chelsey:

So my One-Star-Zinger is from the modern days, Snuggie called the comfy.

Chelsey:

It's very comfortable.

Chelsey:

This Review!.

Chelsey:

I would call it comfy.

Chelsey:

This review is written by unhappy.

Chelsey:

Um, it is obviously a one-star review, subject wrong color.

Chelsey:

And then the Review!

Chelsey:

is I received the wrong color and then it has the like hand to the face emoji.

Chelsey:

So I guess I'm going to have to, so I guess every time I say my thing, I'm

Trey:

All right.

Trey:

Another plug for patreon.

Trey:

If you aren't a patreon on, you're going to ha

Chelsey:

Now you're going to miss my hand to the face, slap myself.

Trey:

Yeah.

Trey:

Don't slap yourself.

Trey:

All right.

Trey:

Well then in that case, I'm in a strap you into one of those poop emoji pillow.

Chelsey:

Okay.

Chelsey:

Great.

Chelsey:

Love it.

Trey:

Alright, here we go.

Chelsey:

That's it.

VOICEOVER:

Three, Two, One,.

Trey:

Spy

Chelsey:

I received the wrong color.

Trey:

Yankee

Chelsey:

I received.

Trey:

breaking news

Chelsey:

I received the wrong color.

Trey:

auctioneer.

Chelsey:

I received the wrong color.

VOICEOVER:

Two,.

Trey:

Oh, I got matched to that bike.

Trey:

I couldn't even, I couldn't even say Shakespeare.

Chelsey:

The Moji really added the

Chelsey:

oh God.

Trey:

I have to go on a hunt for emoji ones down to four.

Trey:

So that was definitely six.

Trey:

You definitely got sex, but I feel like you were about to do Shakespeare, but I couldn't say

Chelsey:

That's okay.

Chelsey:

We'll just take the tie.

Chelsey:

We'll take the

Trey:

Oh my God.

Trey:

A'..

Chelsey:

Ah, that was fun.

Chelsey:

That was a fun ride.

VOICEOVER:

Review That Review.

Chelsey:

Goodness.

Chelsey:

All right.

Chelsey:

We are back from that giggling game break and it is your turn.

Chelsey:

Trey.

Chelsey:

Where is your Review!

Chelsey:

from this week?

Trey:

Okay.

Trey:

So I have a very interesting show departure review today.

Chelsey:

Oh, wow.

Chelsey:

Okay.

Trey:

this was sent to us by a listener.

Chelsey:

Okay.

Trey:

Unfortunately, I don't remember.

Trey:

I should've made a note and I didn't, I also have another Review That I've yet

Trey:

I did make A'.

Trey:

Facebook status months ago and the only person to like it was Chelsey.

Trey:

Um, okay.

Trey:

So this is a Instagram comment Review!

Trey:

of

Chelsey:

Wait, what?

Trey:

the shop nasty gal.

Trey:

Left in the comment section of nasty gal's Instagram account.

Chelsey:

Copy.

Chelsey:

Okay.

Trey:

So this is by an Instagram user named Bella B for nasty gal.

Trey:

And here is Bella B's Review!

Trey:

and I'm just going to save my voice.

Trey:

This entire Review!

Trey:

is written in all caps.

Trey:

If you actually want to receive your orders, I do not suggest ordering anything from at nasty gal.

Trey:

I ordered two items on November 15th and FedEx has yet to receive the items as of November 25th.

Trey:

After them telling me all week, my delivery day was today.

Trey:

Whole time there's been no delivery date.

Trey:

Fed ex gets to my house around 10:00 AM.

Trey:

10:00 AM has came and went.

Trey:

And now nothing I inquired today and at nasty gal is telling ne I have to wait until December 16th.

Trey:

Now on a day when I should be celebrating, I am wasting an hour of my day trying to

Trey:

money, I did not have to spend had at nasty gal, not had such a trifling shipping procedure.

Trey:

I will never, ever, ever order from here again.

Trey:

And if you go look in their comments, you can see others having the same issue.

Trey:

Hashtag bad business hashtag do not shop here.

Trey:

Hashtag bad reviews, hashtag bad rating.

Trey:

Hashtag stay away.

Trey:

Hashtag never shop hashtag nasty gals do it better.

Chelsey:

Wait, what nasty girls do it better?

Chelsey:

I mean, not in this case.

Trey:

Maybe Bella B did that on purpose.

Trey:

Cause maybe that's their like their shops.

Chelsey:

Or maybe they're like nasty girls do it better.

Trey:

have you ever heard of nasty gal?

Chelsey:

I've heard of nasty gal because I was obsessed with a show on Netflix called girl boss.

Chelsey:

That's all about the founder of nasty gal.

Trey:

Oh, so you've never shopped at nasty gal.

Chelsey:

no.

Chelsey:

Have you,

Trey:

I've been to the one that's in west Hollywood.

Trey:

It's right.

Trey:

Where that,

Chelsey:

like stores now because it used to be like an E-bay type thing.

Trey:

Oh

Trey:

no, it's like a shop.

Chelsey:

Oh

Trey:

There's one.

Trey:

I don't know how many there are there's one, right by that.

Trey:

Alfred's, you know where that diamond is on.

Chelsey:

yeah.

Trey:

It's right.

Trey:

We went to Alfred's and then, cause my niece wanted to go to go there,

Chelsey:

Oh, interesting.

Chelsey:

All right.

Chelsey:

So I, you know what I find very interesting.

Chelsey:

Anecdotally, does the FedEx person come to your house at the same time?

Chelsey:

Every time?

Trey:

I don't know.

Chelsey:

I don't think I'd ever be able to say it's 10 0 1 and had the FedEx guy, you know,

Chelsey:

He would have been here already by 10:00 AM.

Chelsey:

You know what I mean?

Chelsey:

Like, I don't think I have that kind of, I've had packages delivered in the

Trey:

also it's been 10 days.

Trey:

Like they ordered the items on the 15th and now it's the 25th.

Trey:

So it's been 10 days.

Trey:

I mean I guess I feel like most standard shipping is like,

Chelsey:

I mean that's a lot of time.

Chelsey:

I mean, for it to ultimately be taking over a month is, is infuriating

Trey:

Yeah.

Trey:

So I do think taking a month is exceptionally long, but the fact that it's only been 10 days and

Trey:

Yeah, it would have, I don't know that I would go to Instagram.

Chelsey:

Yeah.

Chelsey:

I think Instagram is a very interesting forum to go to.

Chelsey:

I've known people to go to Twitter,

Trey:

Yes,

Chelsey:

I think going to the Instagram comments, it just makes me wonder how likely is it

Chelsey:

What are they commenting on in the first place?

Chelsey:

Right?

Chelsey:

Like, how is this comment analogous to the post itself?

Trey:

So it is just on a random photo.

Trey:

And, but I actually think it's an interesting place to go because all of

Trey:

I will deem you privately.

Trey:

We'll take care of this immediately.

Chelsey:

Yeah, but I feel like that's because okay.

Chelsey:

If.

Chelsey:

Was like at Delta, you messed up whatever.

Chelsey:

And I like wrote something really mean about Delta.

Chelsey:

Then if I went on to Twitter and I searched the word Delta, it is possible that your Review!

Chelsey:

rather your tweet might come up.

Chelsey:

So like now this is directly associated with your company at very least in the mentions.

Chelsey:

So I feel like.

Chelsey:

Make sense to me that if you're going to, I'm going to put you on blast on Twitter.

Chelsey:

This, I feel like it's so easy to get lost in the comments.

Chelsey:

We're a little bit wasting our breath in this forum.

Chelsey:

I think don't you,

Trey:

You know, now that you,

Trey:

say that that sort of shift my opinion here.

Trey:

Cause I thought this is like really clever and smart way to go about getting

Trey:

But I am starting to think like

Chelsey:

does it show you if anybody's like liked it or reply?

Trey:

So this was sent to us two hours after the person wrote it.

Chelsey:

Okay.

Trey:

And there's no, there's no attention on it,

Chelsey:

Okay.

Trey:

but I don't remember when this was sent to me, but oh, November

Chelsey:

Okay.

Chelsey:

Yeah.

Chelsey:

So doesn't really seem like it's garnering much attention.

Trey:

But nasty gal's Instagram account is verified.

Trey:

They have 10,000 posts and they have 4.8 million followers.

Trey:

So I do imagine that there is a social media team, and I do imagine that they are

Trey:

So I do think that this could get lost very easily and 50 50.

Trey:

I do think maybe the social media team would find this and, you know, choose how to engage.

Chelsey:

I just think it's a little bit hard for me to assess the impact here, you know,

Chelsey:

I just don't know that the audience that's meant to see this Review!

Chelsey:

and learn from this interaction is going to actually, learn from this interaction.

Chelsey:

So.

Trey:

Well, I think that's an interesting point because the whole Twitter thing

Trey:

Don't shop here.

Trey:

I don't think that going to these platforms is to help other people.

Trey:

I think it is only to get your situation addressed, which I don't really have a

Trey:

I think there's less longevity in the impact on Instagram specifically,

Chelsey:

And who knows, like maybe Bella B then went on to like write a Trustpilot review,

Trey:

right?

Chelsey:

grade it as if Bella has only written this Review!

Chelsey:

as an Instagram comment, unfortunately, for, for maybe my assessment of Bella.

Trey:

so like the spelling and grammar is terrible because it's basically, there

Chelsey:

Oh, you said all caps lock.

Trey:

there is nothing that is lowercase except for at nasty gal and then all of the hashtags.

Trey:

So spelling grammars, it's literally just a rant.

Trey:

I mean,

Chelsey:

And presumably their caps lock button.

Chelsey:

Wasn't stuck.

Chelsey:

Then if they were able to ride the cash tags and.

Trey:

Right.

Trey:

It's definitely a stylistic choice.

Trey:

I just can't tell if this is like common or fluky.

Trey:

Like, I don't think that any business could survive if, if they always

Trey:

So it does make me think like something happened.

Trey:

For the specific order.

Trey:

Also the whole like emotion about I'm supposed to be celebrating today because I have all

Chelsey:

don't

Trey:

sort of like,

Chelsey:

You think that Bella is in the red hat society or whatever it is.

Chelsey:

Like those people that wear the purple dresses and the red hats.

Chelsey:

And she's very

Trey:

no, this is like literally a 19 or 20 year old.

Chelsey:

Okay.

Trey:

I can see her picture.

Chelsey:

All right.

Chelsey:

So it's not, so I was a little confused with that section, right?

Chelsey:

So all of this is happening over a hat.

Trey:

Wait.

Trey:

It's really funny to me

Chelsey:

Are they wearing a

Trey:

to imagine a red hat?

Trey:

society, lady shopping at nasty gal

Chelsey:

Oh my God.

Trey:

purple boa.

Chelsey:

exactly.

Chelsey:

Exactly.

Chelsey:

So why do we need a hat?

Trey:

Uh, a hat?

Chelsey:

Why

Trey:

a hat.

Chelsey:

was it not a hat?

Chelsey:

You said

Trey:

No.

Chelsey:

I wrote down hat.

Trey:

Oh, because that's a type of, I say, trying to figure out what E H a T, instead

Trey:

So I said he hat

Chelsey:

Oh, I thought they were saying, trying to figure out what hat to wear.

Trey:

to wear.

Chelsey:

And I was like, why are you so upset about what I had to wear?

Chelsey:

Oh, it's not a hat.

Chelsey:

Okay.

Chelsey:

Oh,

Trey:

it's a

Chelsey:

really changes everything.

Chelsey:

All right.

Chelsey:

So, all right, fine.

Chelsey:

So it's not a hat.

Chelsey:

Where does the $250 come in?

Trey:

Because it seems that Bella B is presenting the case.

Trey:

So they purchased a bunch of options to, for what to wear.

Trey:

And aren't able to select powerfully because this item hasn't come.

Trey:

So now they don't have the, all the options

Chelsey:

Oh, Jesus Christ.

Trey:

so now they're effect, um, they've been victimized by FedEx is shipping delay.

Chelsey:

All right, so, so here's the, so this is the scenario.

Chelsey:

Bella Baby, has purchased $250 worth of options of whatever item this is.

Chelsey:

Let's say it's a hat.

Chelsey:

So $250 worth of hats.

Chelsey:

So then we have five of our options, but the one option that we order from nasty gal is

Chelsey:

So we're very angry, even though we have five other options,

Trey:

I think I'm sort of making that up.

Trey:

I don't know if the options are only from nasty gal or if the options are from nasty gal forever

Trey:

I don't know.

Chelsey:

I don't know that store, but yes, to the others.

Chelsey:

Okay.

Chelsey:

I think that what we're getting at, yes.

Chelsey:

I understand that you're upset because your item was delayed.

Chelsey:

We've all been there.

Chelsey:

I hate it.

Trey:

Yeah, it's The worst?

Chelsey:

frustration of that is not lost on me.

Chelsey:

And, and I've definitely been there.

Chelsey:

So Bella B feel you on that where I'm losing Bella B is I'm a little bit lost in the emotion

Chelsey:

Right now, I think if we do order an item, we expect it within a reasonable

Chelsey:

of.

Chelsey:

Immediacy.

Chelsey:

Like I need this right now.

Chelsey:

Like th this is, this is a

Trey:

time-sensitive, hat.

Chelsey:

I can understand that that's frustrating.

Chelsey:

Like this was my first choice.

Chelsey:

And now I had to go to a store and buy other things that I didn't really want to wear, but

Trey:

It does seem like maybe Bella be left out that there is something to be celebrating

Chelsey:

What are they celebrating?

Trey:

there was an event or are you just highlighting, like you were

Chelsey:

Right.

Chelsey:

And like, your happiness is like when the FedEx man comes at 10:00 AM with a package,

Chelsey:

I don't think we use it enough.

Chelsey:

I only know it really from bills, bills, bills.

Trey:

Yes.

Chelsey:

I wonder what happened after this comment was left?

Chelsey:

I guess that's like what I'm left wondering because squeaky wheel, as

Trey:

since we will never know the outcome.

Trey:

What is the impact for you with this?

Trey:

Keep you from going into the store or would this keep you from ordering it delivery?

Chelsey:

Again, assuming that I was thinking about buying, I mean, there's a lot of assumption here.

Chelsey:

I was thinking about buying a product.

Chelsey:

So I decided to check out their Instagram page.

Chelsey:

I landed on this particular post.

Chelsey:

I scroll down to the thing and I read this.

Chelsey:

If all of those things happened, would I then not order from them?

Chelsey:

I don't know.

Chelsey:

I think I just wouldn't order anything that was super time sensitive, nasty.

Chelsey:

I'll definitely flubbed up.

Chelsey:

But I just don't know how effective this is, but I think I'm ready to crown Balla B.

Trey:

Yeah, me too.

Trey:

I'm racking my brain here, but let's go ahead and crown let's do up.

VOICEOVER:

These are tabulating.

Chelsey:

All right, I'm holding up one and a half crowns Treys holding up two crowns.

Chelsey:

I'll go first.

Chelsey:

I'm holding up one and a half crowns because I feel you, Bella B, there is a lot of

Chelsey:

I've been there.

Chelsey:

I just don't know that your voice is going to be heard.

Chelsey:

Here.

Chelsey:

And I don't know that you're reaching an audience that could then benefit from your

Chelsey:

Wasn't great.

Chelsey:

And you held the caps lock.

Chelsey:

And so for those reasons, I did have to give you one and a half crowns, unfortunately, but

Chelsey:

Why, why two crowns from you?

Chelsey:

Trey.

Trey:

I gave two crowns because I like the ingenuity.

Trey:

Trying Instagram, but I don't know when I am scrolling social media

Trey:

I instantly ignore it because I just don't have time.

Chelsey:

me too.

Trey:

there's so much craziness that goes on in the comments, but I appreciate that

Trey:

And I have been there and I feel that, but ultimately I'm not sure that this

Chelsey:

As yes, as, as you frequently do.

Trey:

I love their hats.

Chelsey:

I love their hats as well.

Trey:

So two crowns for an elevator.

Trey:

All right, queen, we have reached the most Regal portion of our show.

Trey:

Chelsey.

Trey:

Who are you going to induct this week for?

Chelsey:

I'm going to specify it to mine, but I'm going to open it up to all.

Chelsey:

So my nest thermostat.

Chelsey:

Really all the nest thermostats, it's really just changed my life.

Chelsey:

If you don't know what a nest thermostat is, it is a luxury that allows you to change the

Chelsey:

So let's say it was like a hundred degrees outside and you were driving home and you're

Chelsey:

You could literally turn your air conditioner on from your car in that moment

Chelsey:

I mean, what a luxury, my life has been changed.

Chelsey:

I'm lazier.

Chelsey:

But I am more comfortable.

Chelsey:

And so for that reason, I wanted to induct nest thermostats as My Royal Highness.

Chelsey:

And I don't know if they're still yes.

Chelsey:

And I don't know if they're still doing this, but when we got our nest thermostat, we

Chelsey:

So, look into it because you might be able to get one for free.

Trey:

Very interesting.

Trey:

We actually don't have the nest system, but a very good friend does.

Trey:

And they talk about that nest constantly.

Trey:

So I hear how impactful.

Chelsey:

every day

Trey:

Mazel Tov

Chelsey:

I use it.

Chelsey:

Mazal to nest.

Chelsey:

All right.

Trey:

All right.

Trey:

Chelsey.

Trey:

Here We are.

Trey:

That's another round on the RU a RQ Ferris wheel of 420 life.

Chelsey:

Yes.

Chelsey:

Puff, puff, pass.

Chelsey:

Thank you for joining us today.

Chelsey:

If you like what you heard, pass that along to a friend, let them know.

Chelsey:

Share sharing is caring.

Trey:

Sure.

Trey:

And if you didn't like what you heard puff, puff, pass, and tell an enemy.

Trey:

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Trey:

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Chelsey:

You can also hit up our voicemail box 1-850-REVIEW-0.

Chelsey:

Let us know.

Chelsey:

Do you agree?

Chelsey:

Do you disagree with our assessments today?

Chelsey:

Do you have complaints?

Chelsey:

You can follow us on all the socials at @TheReviewQueens and I'm at @ChelseyBD.

Trey:

And I am at @TreyGerrald

Trey:

ON today's after-show pod.

Trey:

We are rating and reviewing a one-star review from Amazon, for The My Friend Jesus plush.

Trey:

I was biting my tongue the whole time earlier in the episode when we were talking about

Chelsey:

was really Jesus saying a lot.

Trey:

Um, we're also going to talk about my sticky note, mortifying, horrifying boardwalk

Trey:

So to find out what made Chelsey say.

Chelsey:

Oh, hello.

Chelsey:

That's like Jason Mamoa as Jesus.

Chelsey:

Oh, I like that.

Chelsey:

Jesus.

Chelsey:

And to find out what made Trey say,

Trey:

It's not worthless, but it is definitely worth less.

Chelsey:

then join our Patreon Page at patreon.com/ReviewThatReview.

Chelsey:

You can hear our special members only after show podcast.

Trey:

And watch our funny video clips, like when Chelsey literally turned me into a

Chelsey:

Face Palm.

Trey:

and remember.

Chelsey:

Ignore the haters.

Chelsey:

You're queen.

Trey:

Gender non-specific queen

Chelsey:

Bye!

Trey:

Bye!

Trey:

Face Palm.

VOICEOVER:

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

VOICEOVER:

Executive Produced by Trey Gerrald and Chelsey Donn, with editing

VOICEOVER:

With voiceover talents by Eva Kaminsky, our cover art was designed by LogoVora and our theme song

Chelsey:

Trey.

Chelsey:

Oh, wait.

Chelsey:

No, that's not you.

Chelsey:

Oh, shoot.

Chelsey:

I can't believe I did that.

Chelsey:

How embarrassing.

Trey:

What?

Trey:

Wait, what?

Trey:

I Don't we get it Wait, what's happening.

Trey:

I don't, I don't get the joke.

Trey:

Can you answer me?

Trey:

Hello?

Chelsey:

I was pretending, like, I thought that you were standing next to me, but you look.

Trey:

What?

Trey:

Why would you pretend that?

Chelsey:

I mean, we were saying about how, like, when you are the boardwalk

Trey:

oh

Chelsey:

and it wasn't, and

Trey:

my God, I, I just did not get that at all.

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 👑