Nothing Can Keep Us Together: Big Nates Don’t Cry

On this week’s episode Clare and I read Nothing Can Keep Us Together, the eighth book in Cecily Von Ziegesar’s Gossip Girl series. You can listen to this episode on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or wherever you like to listen. As a reminder, some of these links, including our Bookshop.org link, are affiliates.

This week I’ve been watching Bones (Kathy has a daughter named Courtney!) and “foramen” means a hole, especially one in bone, so a hole in the foramen is…a hole in a hole?

Clare’s been A Court of Silver Flames. Here’s the YouTube series we talked about. Confirmed that Allie and Hallie pronounce their podcast name in the present tense, and their intro song totally gives Thank U, Next vibes!

Clare sent me this right after we were done recording. Vindication!

Fun piece of show notes-only trivia for y’all, the book where I first read the name Phoebe was The Cool Club, the twelfth book in the Mary Kate and Ashley Two of a Kind series.

This isn’t much different from that six month period when we all put feathers in our hair.

The gender neutral plural denoting a graduate of an organization, school, or society is alumnus.

According to this no-sources-cited article, accents are pretty much set by age 7.

The necklace as I’m picturing it

State of the Union

Courtney’s week

InOut
Furniture outlet shoppingBottling things up

Clare’s week

InOut
New opportunitiesLetting other people tell you what to do

Join us next week for our ninth Gossip Girl episode, Only in Your Dreams, which was in fact written by a ghost writer.

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