By Amanda Salvatore & Jackie Rae Aubel | Campfire Media
Do you like to start your week by smashing the patriarchy? Then this week’s episode is for you! Today’s guest, LA-based improviser Andy Apuy's guilty pleasure is the O.G., Y.A. feminist novel, Anne of Green Gables! A popular book series about a smart, vivacious orphan girl who navigates her way through life’s tough situations at the turn of the century. Hosts Amanda Salvatore and Jackie Rae Aubel talk with Andy about how Anne of Green Gables influenced her as a young child living abroad. We narrate some actual scenes from the 1985 Anne of Green Gables movie, talk about Andy’s brief stint as a teenage, cigarette-smoking ballerina and discuss our feelings about the current dark, anti-hero themes found in television and movies today. Have feedback, comments, suggestions, words of endearment? Send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Find us on Facebook and Instagram @guiltypleasurepodcast Like what you hear? Please leave us a review on iTunes or on SoundCloud. Andy is an LA-based improviser - find her on Facebook and Instagram @Andreaapuy Follow Jackie and Amanda’s shenanigans on Instagram: @jackieisawuesome and @amandasalvatore902 Our intro is “Like Apollo” by jimmysquare - find his stuff on SoundCloud! Thanks for listening!