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Episode 7: Ripley’s Believe It or Not! / The Giving Tree
Episode 721st July 2021 • Review That Review with Chelsey Donn & Trey Gerrald • The Review Queens
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The Review Queens tackle a 2-Stars Yelp Elite review for the Hollywood Ripley’s Believe It or Not!, and an impassioned 1-Star Amazon review for the children’s book The Giving Tree. The Queens address a complaint lodged against them, chicken caesar salad braces, child neglect, and cookie villains.

(02:43) Lodge A Complaint

(10:22) Ripley's Believe it or Not! Review

(24:46) Listener Voicemail 1

(26:43) Listener Voicemail 2

(31:15) The Giving Tree Review

(48:38) My Royal Highness

(52:21) Royal Review!

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VOICEOVER:

Everybody's got an opinion.

VOICEOVER:

It's so hot.

CHELSEY:

Hi.

TREY:

Hi everyone.

TREY:

Welcome to Review That Review!

TREY:

The podcast dedicated to reviewing...

CHELSEY:

...reviews.

CHELSEY:

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

TREY:

So suspicious.

TREY:

That's Chelsey Donn,

CHELSEY:

and that's Trey Gerrald,

TREY:

and together we are

VOICEOVER:

The Review Queens.

CHELSEY:

How's your crown feeling today, Trey?

TREY:

You know, I've secured it with 19 Bobby pins and a whole lot of AquaNet.

CHELSEY:

Okay, well then it's definitely not going anywhere.

CHELSEY:

Um, how's your week been?

TREY:

My week is, it's good.

TREY:

I feel like I always have a really boring answer to this, which is probably a great thing.

CHELSEY:

It's a hard question to be fair.

TREY:

I think my week's been good.

TREY:

We're still, um, you know, assimilating as a family with our new dog, which

TREY:

We're sort of still figuring that out.

TREY:

Um, Winnie's doing well with him and the week is good our nephew Denver's visiting

TREY:

And, um, my friend from preschool, Rachel is also staying with us.

TREY:

So it's a very full house.

TREY:

It's been a good week.

TREY:

How about you?

TREY:

How's your week?

CHELSEY:

My week has been good.

CHELSEY:

I just spoke with my alumni office at my high school for a little while, which is

CHELSEY:

And I can't even believe what this is.

CHELSEY:

Episode seven, right?

TREY:

Seven!

TREY:

Seven minutes in heaven!

CHELSEY:

Hopefully it will be however long, 52 minutes in heavem,

CHELSEY:

But thank you guys for tuning in.

CHELSEY:

It's been so amazing doing this podcast and having so many of you reach out with

CHELSEY:

First and foremost, this is something that we're doing for fun that we, we just enjoy doing.

CHELSEY:

And the fact that people are enjoying it along with us is just, it's so nice.

CHELSEY:

So thank you guys.

TREY:

It really is amazing, actually.

CHELSEY:

And with all that love.

CHELSEY:

You know, being spread around.

CHELSEY:

I think that it's time that we

VOICEOVER:

Lodge A Complaint!

TREY:

It's really funny because when we conceived this whole idea, it was like,

TREY:

But like, it's such a hard segue consistently because we're like so

TREY:

And then it's like, Hard turn, but I'm going to start because I have a really hardcore

TREY:

I'm not sure exactly where it began.

TREY:

It has something to do with being a people pleaser, but I want to lodge a complaint

TREY:

It's the same internal turmoil when like you're talking to someone and

CHELSEY:

Oh, yeah.

CHELSEY:

That's bad...

TREY:

and you like, don't want to like wipe it away.

TREY:

You don't want, like, you don't like, they know they did it, you know, they, you know,

CHELSEY:

You also don't want their spit on your face.

TREY:

Right.

TREY:

So you're like trying to like be clever and like, oh, is that a fly?

TREY:

And you just magically wiped your cheek.

TREY:

Or it's like, oh, you know, it's also that same internal feeling when you're in

TREY:

And, and it's like, if I say, oh, your breath, it's like, the conversation's over.

TREY:

It's terrible.

TREY:

I just registered that those are all the same feeling inside where I feel

TREY:

So I'm just lodging a complaint about.

TREY:

Being stifled and sharing like, oh sir, your fly is down.

TREY:

It's not the same.

TREY:

If someone has like, um, someone comes out of a bathroom and they have toilet

TREY:

Like you just didn't notice that that's there.

TREY:

But I feel like if your fly's down, you like maybe.

TREY:

How did you forget to zip it up?

TREY:

I don't know.

TREY:

I don't know, but like, if you have bad breath, it's like,why do you have bad breath?

TREY:

And you didn't realize it.

TREY:

And so I don't want to acknowledge it because then I'm being judgemental and

TREY:

And if someone spits on my face, I don't know why that's so uncomfortable.

TREY:

And I'm really hoping that out of the pandemic, that's something that we just have no issue

TREY:

It really.

TREY:

Wreaks havoc internally on me.

TREY:

And, um, I'm going to commit right here on the podcast to taking action on this complaint,

CHELSEY:

Wow, speak your truth.

CHELSEY:

But I also feel you, I had a friend whose mom told somebody, like a friend of her

TREY:

Oh!

TREY:

Same thing!

CHELSEY:

That she tried to do it as a joke, which I understand like joke

CHELSEY:

Right?

CHELSEY:

Like it's, it's, you know, we're humans, these things happen.

CHELSEY:

And the woman did not take the joke well, but it's, it's just one of those things

CHELSEY:

Like how can I create a safe space for you.

TREY:

Cause the alternative is, if I don't tell you you're going to go home at night and

CHELSEY:

Totally.

CHELSEY:

Yeah.

CHELSEY:

I mean like, or like me, like I had chicken Caesar salad stuck in my

CHELSEY:

Can you believe it?

TREY:

Are you serious?

CHELSEY:

I swear.

CHELSEY:

Half of my pictures, from my batmitzvah, have chicken Caesar salad in my braces

CHELSEY:

I mean, I'm livid every time I, come across a picture where you

TREY:

I am mouth agape at that.

TREY:

How did the photographer not tell you?

CHELSEY:

I mean, like, to be fair to all parties involved, I mean, the photographer,

CHELSEY:

And then like I saw it later.

CHELSEY:

I do wish like one of my friends or somebody would have just been like, well, let me

CHELSEY:

Like here's a toothpick.

TREY:

here's a toothpick.

CHELSEY:

Yeah!

TREY:

Wow.

TREY:

I'm I'm, I'm so amazed at how, how much, um, we both have to share about this internal turmoil.

TREY:

What is your,

CHELSEY:

Very universal!

TREY:

What's your complaint for today?

CHELSEY:

I think I have an important con complaint.

CHELSEY:

Now I complain a lot about things that are like semantics, and I get mad when

CHELSEY:

Because for so many reasons, but like how dare they call themselves cookies when it's

TREY:

Wait, what are they, though, like I actually don't really even know...

CHELSEY:

Right, most people don't.

TREY:

It's like your history?

CHELSEY:

It's kind of, okay, so sometimes you'll visit a website and there'll be like, in order to

CHELSEY:

You know, like when you're looking at something on the internet and then all of

CHELSEY:

That's the cookies fault.

CHELSEY:

And that's what they're doing.

CHELSEY:

They're gathering information and they need you to agree that it's okay.

CHELSEY:

Under the guise of making your experience on the website a little bit better, right?

CHELSEY:

Like if I know that you need bedsheets, then when you open up this Macy's app,

CHELSEY:

I hate them.

CHELSEY:

I don't agree.

CHELSEY:

Sometimes I'll just say, no, I don't accept your cookies.

CHELSEY:

And sometimes that's okay.

CHELSEY:

Like they'll still let me use the website.

CHELSEY:

And sometimes I'm just like, if you're not going to let me use your website,

CHELSEY:

And I just think the offense of the cookies in general is horrendous,

CHELSEY:

I love cookies.

CHELSEY:

Okay.

CHELSEY:

Cookies are like my favorite dessert.

CHELSEY:

I enjoy them.

CHELSEY:

I think cookies are perfect.

CHELSEY:

It's like the cookie is to dessert.

CHELSEY:

What the taco is to like an entree.

CHELSEY:

You know what I mean?

CHELSEY:

It's just like all perfect ingredients.

CHELSEY:

Cookies are fabulous.

CHELSEY:

And the fact that they have the nerve to call this, this is not a gift.

CHELSEY:

This thing, cookies offensive.

CHELSEY:

They should change the name.

CHELSEY:

It's wrong.

TREY:

That is such a real complaint it happens so much in a day that I don't even recognize it.

TREY:

Like, I don't even like recognize the nuisance any longer.

TREY:

I feel like something happened recently in the last couple of years where it's

CHELSEY:

No, I'm not accepting.

CHELSEY:

Ugh!

TREY:

Wow.

TREY:

Good job, Chelsey.

TREY:

That I really feel you on that.

CHELSEY:

Thank you.

TREY:

Oh my God.

CHELSEY:

Okay.

CHELSEY:

I feel better.

CHELSEY:

I really do feel better.

CHELSEY:

Being able to discuss that with you and get it off my chest.

CHELSEY:

How do you feel having talked about your shame of confronting people, even when you're helping them?

TREY:

Um, I think I feel okay.

TREY:

I don't feel, I really feel resolved, but I feel like excited to take on

CHELSEY:

Yeah.

CHELSEY:

Like you're on the path now.

TREY:

I feel a little annoyed now about cookies, to be honest.

TREY:

But anyway, let's move on.

TREY:

Let's jump in to some written online reviews,

CHELSEY:

Please.

CHELSEY:

As you know, we are your trusty Review Queens, we each bring in a review from the

TREY:

We read you the review, break it down and rate the impact of their review

TREY:

It is a very Regal process that we call

VOICEOVER:

Asses That Kvetch.

TREY:

Hey Chels, did you know that kvetch means complaint?

CHELSEY:

I'm kvelling, Trey!

CHELSEY:

Your Yiddish!

CHELSEY:

It's excellent.

TREY:

Guzi guzunt!

CHELSEY:

Yikes!

CHELSEY:

Okay, who is first today?

TREY:

You are, my lady!

VOICEOVER:

Review That Review.

CHELSEY:

Okay.

CHELSEY:

My review is written by, I'm going to butcher this name and I apologize in

CHELSEY:

O R S O L Y A.

CHELSEY:

Orsolya D.

CHELSEY:

This is a two-star review of Ripley's, Believe it or Not.

CHELSEY:

Uh, in...

CHELSEY:

in Hollywood, I believe it's in Hollywood, and this is, Orsolya D's

CHELSEY:

You're right.

CHELSEY:

Ripley.

CHELSEY:

I don't believe it.

CHELSEY:

I don't believe what a complete waste of time and disappointment you are.

CHELSEY:

You're lucky I had complimentary tickets because there's no way anyone

CHELSEY:

One expects much more fun from this famous tourist hotspot.

CHELSEY:

What a dud, this 'odditorium' turned out to be.

CHELSEY:

The most appealing factor.

CHELSEY:

The exterior.

CHELSEY:

Which has you believe that the contents will entice, excite and astonish!

CHELSEY:

I suppose that is another one of Ripley's illusions.

CHELSEY:

I generally stay away from tourist spots, but I had complimentary

CHELSEY:

Not to mention, I took the Metro, so I didn't have to deal with parking and whatnot.

CHELSEY:

I arrived to an empty building.

CHELSEY:

Maybe everyone already knows not to come here.

CHELSEY:

Even the young teenager working the front desk was bored and making fun of the establishment.

CHELSEY:

I expected oddities, jars with preserved alien creatures, ancient artifacts, et cetera.

CHELSEY:

What I find?

CHELSEY:

A few rooms of facts on tablets and the most cheesy mannequin displays

CHELSEY:

It was horrible.

CHELSEY:

I have a better time reading a Ripley's believe it or not book.

CHELSEY:

A complete bore.

CHELSEY:

There were only a few highlights, which are barely memorable.

CHELSEY:

So that shows how much of a highlight they were.

CHELSEY:

Everything looked like a fun house at an elementary school carnival.

CHELSEY:

The hall of dungeon-like displays of torture weapons was okay, but played cheesy

CHELSEY:

We were in and out of this place in about 30 minutes or less.

CHELSEY:

I can't believe this place is still in business.

TREY:

Wow.

CHELSEY:

Yeah.

TREY:

Orsolya D wants to make it very clear that they had comp tickets.

TREY:

I think they said that about three times.

CHELSEY:

They did, I will say I love Orsolya D's personality and passion

TREY:

Have you ever been to a Ripley's Believe it or Not?.

CHELSEY:

I went to, yes, I've been to the Ripley's believe it or not in Atlantic city.

CHELSEY:

And I remember when I went with my friends, we were so excited.

CHELSEY:

Cause there was something else to do in the area.

CHELSEY:

It was pretty boring though.

TREY:

Oh really?

TREY:

I've actually never been.

CHELSEY:

Yeah, it's not like...

CHELSEY:

they really oversell it, which I think is what, Orsolya is getting at, like

CHELSEY:

And there were like some interesting factoids about like the guy with the longest toenails...

TREY:

or that woman that can pop her eyeballs out.

CHELSEY:

Oh, yes, I'm sure she was.

CHELSEY:

She was probably on display, or like something with Snapple or like the most Snapple lids,

CHELSEY:

But again, this was in Atlantic city, not Hollywood.

CHELSEY:

So I don't know.

TREY:

There is one in Key West and there's obviously a famous one in New

TREY:

But I know in key west, the building is, and even in Hollywood, I've seen, I've driven by

CHELSEY:

A hundred percent the facade like super cool.

CHELSEY:

It definitely makes you think like, oh, maybe I'll do that.

CHELSEY:

Even if it's like, oh, maybe when my, my nephew comes in town or something

CHELSEY:

I'm happy to know that it's kind of bad.

CHELSEY:

I mean, like, I'm, I'm glad that I read this review because I think it might.

CHELSEY:

Like push me over the edge to not go.

CHELSEY:

And remember the last time I did it when I was a kid, that it really wasn't that interesting.

CHELSEY:

And they're not really giving anything, but I think maybe if I got complimentary tickets,

TREY:

Does Orsolya say anything about.

TREY:

Children or was it just, Orsolya?

TREY:

It says they were in and out within half an hour.

TREY:

Right?

TREY:

So

CHELSEY:

it said we were in and out.

CHELSEY:

So they were with somebody I'm trying to just quickly look.

CHELSEY:

Yeah.

CHELSEY:

No, the only other person that Orsolya mentioned was the younger teenager that was working there.

TREY:

Who was bored, making fun or it

CHELSEY:

He was bored and also making fun of it.

TREY:

I mean, it does definitely occur to me as a tourist thing for children like that.

TREY:

It definitely so hearing that it's just stupid mannequins.

TREY:

And also, I just love like the age ism within saying.

TREY:

The cheesy Halloween sound effect tapes like this franchise of Ripley's, believe

CHELSEY:

Spelling and grammar is solid.

CHELSEY:

Good.

CHELSEY:

We, you know, we use quotations appropriately, punctuations, all good.

CHELSEY:

We've used some CA all caps, but not in a way that was abusive.

TREY:

I actually really believe Orsolya in this only, because at first I was like, 'Why, is

CHELSEY:

odditorium

TREY:

odditorium, that's the word.

TREY:

And this is two stars, right?

TREY:

So I wonder why it wasn't one.

CHELSEY:

I think the second star is for the comp ticket.

CHELSEY:

We can't just give a one star.

CHELSEY:

I think I agree with you.

CHELSEY:

Like we got comp tickets.

CHELSEY:

It was free.

CHELSEY:

The whole, I think that they say you're lucky I had a complimentary ticket, you

TREY:

I wonder how you get those, how can I get a comp ticket?

TREY:

I wanna go.

CHELSEY:

I feel like it's probably either like a school raffle, you know, going to free you

TREY:

I, I was intrigued and entertained instantly with the subject or the first

TREY:

I don't belive it...

CHELSEY:

you're right, Ripley.

CHELSEY:

I don't believe it.

CHELSEY:

I, yeah, it was good.

CHELSEY:

I mean, I thought Orsolya was clever again, like I think long-winded repetitive at times,

TREY:

If you were Orsolya's grandma, would you put this on the fridge?

CHELSEY:

Maybe, I don't know.

CHELSEY:

I didn't probably not.

CHELSEY:

I don't think it's that interesting, but, um, some people's grandparents have

TREY:

I mean, it is interesting to me to be given something for free and then make

TREY:

I mean, Orsolya was like really turned off by this.

TREY:

I mean, I, I do find this to, I don't know if it's a deal breaker, but it's, but it's

CHELSEY:

Right.

CHELSEY:

Or I should cross off the bucket list or something.

TREY:

But now I really think Orsolya is going to live within me.

CHELSEY:

Yeah, I think Orsolya is not going anywhere for awhile, but I, I also think just

CHELSEY:

Like you said, like they were transparent about it was free.

CHELSEY:

It wasn't like they were saying they paid for it and then writing this review.

CHELSEY:

So like, I appreciate the transparency.

CHELSEY:

It's similar to, I don't know if you've ever come across a product.

CHELSEY:

Sometimes people in like products like reviews will say, you know, I got this as

CHELSEY:

And I think that sometimes money comes up in, in the review.

CHELSEY:

Like I, this was a rip off or something.

CHELSEY:

I thought, obviously we dealt with that.

CHELSEY:

Um, with last week's a wish.com issue, but like, It doesn't always have to be about money.

CHELSEY:

It's really about is this worth my experience is this worth my time.

CHELSEY:

And so I think I would consider a just as much as I would, I would consider anybody

CHELSEY:

They experienced it, I mean, half hour, but you know, they were in there and they did break

CHELSEY:

I think...

TREY:

And they also said it was an empty building, so like that also helps you to

CHELSEY:

Yeah.

CHELSEY:

Like there's like nobody in there.

CHELSEY:

So there's no, there's no fighting over a tablet.

TREY:

To your point about this.

TREY:

Like it almost pushes me more in the other direction.

TREY:

They got this for free.

TREY:

And it was still like, so inferior of an experience that they just like don't

TREY:

So there is something like very humanitarian about that.

CHELSEY:

Yeah.

CHELSEY:

And also like, Orsolya is an elite reviewer, and I know that people who are

CHELSEY:

Like it's almost like their job.

CHELSEY:

To whenever they have an experience, you know, share their experience with the people.

CHELSEY:

I think that plays into why Orsolya wrote this review.

TREY:

Wait, I missed that before.

TREY:

So this is so Orsolya is an elite Yelper viewer.

CHELSEY:

Yeah.

TREY:

Maybe that's how they got comp tickets.

CHELSEY:

Oh, maybe yeah good point maybe, but they didn't have a good experience,

TREY:

Yeah, I think I'm ready.

CHELSEY:

Okay.

TREY:

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

VOICEOVER:

The Queens are Tabulating.

CHELSEY:

Alright are you ready?

TREY:

Um,

CHELSEY:

I know, I really want to break your crown in half again.

CHELSEY:

I'm like,

TREY:

We can just do, let's just do it.

TREY:

Let's do half crowns.

TREY:

We'll make cards and do and incorporate them later.

CHELSEY:

Okay.

TREY:

Okay.

TREY:

you ready now?

TREY:

You want to make one to hold it up?

CHELSEY:

Yeah, I'll do that really quick

TREY:

I'm gonna make one too.

CHELSEY:

Yeah.

CHELSEY:

Allright.

TREY:

Wait, this is so bad.

TREY:

It's really funny.

TREY:

I'm going to show you.

TREY:

I can't wait to share it.

TREY:

Okay.

TREY:

Hold on.

CHELSEY:

Okay, wait.

VOICEOVER:

Total Score.

CHELSEY:

Oh my goodness.

CHELSEY:

We both said 3.5.

CHELSEY:

Oh, my God.

CHELSEY:

Trey

TREY:

look at my crown.

CHELSEY:

Look at your haf crown.

TREY:

It looks like Bart Simpson.

CHELSEY:

I appreciate the drawing.

CHELSEY:

I didn't even draw anything.

CHELSEY:

I just wrote it on the back of one of our cards from Meryl-G0-Round, but okay.

CHELSEY:

Three and a half crowns unanimous decision by the Queens.

CHELSEY:

Trey, please explain your three and a half.

TREY:

Orsolya had really salient points here and I appreciate candor.

TREY:

It wasn't super entertaining.

TREY:

I won, I thought it would be more from the joke at the get-go, but I do think

TREY:

And so for that reason, I actually do want to go to one now to see how factual Orsolya was.

TREY:

So for that reason I broke one in half because I didn't really think it was four, but I

TREY:

That is my rating.

TREY:

Why did you do three and a half?

CHELSEY:

I had the same feeling like I wanted to do four, but then I was like, I, you know,

CHELSEY:

I took points away from Orsolya cause I think they were a little bit repetitive and they

CHELSEY:

But that being said, I was thoroughly entertained.

CHELSEY:

Everything was clear.

CHELSEY:

I could understand what they were saying.

CHELSEY:

They were transparent about their experience.

CHELSEY:

I definitely believe that they're real.

CHELSEY:

Um, and this is an authentic review.

CHELSEY:

So for those reasons I gave, Orsolya three and a half crowns.

TREY:

Great job, Orsolya.

TREY:

I mean, it's a very solid rating.

TREY:

Half, half of a crown above being middle of the road, which, I applaud.

CHELSEY:

Yeah, me too.

TREY:

All right.

TREY:

Let's take a quick break from all of these oddities.

TREY:

Odditorium talk.

TREY:

And when we come back, we're going to listen to some Listener Voicemails

CHELSEY:

Oh My God.

CHELSEY:

I can't wait.

CHELSEY:

All right.

CHELSEY:

Love it.

CHELSEY:

BRB,

TREY:

BRBzy.

VOICEOVER:

Hold your crown.

VOICEOVER:

We'll be right back.

TREY:

Hello its me, the non trademarked Cookie...

TREY:

Cookie...

TREY:

cookie...

TREY:

What's another word for a monster?

TREY:

What's another word for monster?

CHELSEY:

Villain?

TREY:

Villain!

TREY:

Hello it's me, the non trademarked cookie villain.

TREY:

I love cookies!

TREY:

I love them so much that I'm going to jump into your computer screen and

TREY:

Cookies, cookies, cookies.

CHELSEY:

Oh, my God terrifying.

CHELSEY:

And also...

TREY:

I'm gonna get you, Chelsey.

CHELSEY:

I'm actually a little scared.

TREY:

Oh my God.

TREY:

Chelsey.

TREY:

It's behind you.

CHELSEY:

AHHHH!

TREY:

All right.

TREY:

So this week Meryl is on her union break somewhere in the Caribbean.

TREY:

So today we're not going to have it any time...

CHELSEY:

Oh my God.

CHELSEY:

Wait, hold on one second.

CHELSEY:

Oh shoot.

CHELSEY:

Sorry.

CHELSEY:

I thought I turned my phone off and I guess I didn't..., oh, it's a

VOICEOVER:

Listener Voicemail.

TREY:

Oh my goodness.

TREY:

I didn't know we were doing this cause I didn't say that we were going to do this.

CHELSEY:

I actually don't know what I'm about to hear.

CHELSEY:

So.

CHELSEY:

I'm excited, nervous, like all of the above.

TREY:

So this week we have two separate listener voicemails that we're going to play.

TREY:

first of all, this one comes from someone I'll actually just play because

TREY:

So I don't need you to say that.

VOICEOVER:

Hi, my name's Kristin.

VOICEOVER:

I'm not calling to be featured on the podcast, but I am calling as a fan.

VOICEOVER:

If I were going to review, review the review.

VOICEOVER:

To get meta, I would, uh, say, yeah, this is where we're playing, buddy.

VOICEOVER:

Um, great to listen to, while you pretend to listen to your children, say the

VOICEOVER:

10 out of 10 would recommend it to that activity.

VOICEOVER:

You guys are doing great.

VOICEOVER:

Love you.

CHELSEY:

Oh, wow.

CHELSEY:

Love you.

TREY:

Wow.

CHELSEY:

That was so nice.

TREY:

It sounds like Kristin's very busy,

CHELSEY:

so busy and like juggling a child, obviously like has to be around the kids.

CHELSEY:

And still took the time to call and compliment.

CHELSEY:

And also, I'm sorry, Kristin.

CHELSEY:

Cause I know you said you didn't want to be featured and we featured you anyway.

CHELSEY:

I'm so glad Trey you played that for me.

TREY:

And kristen gave us a 10 out of 10 because we're good for ignoring children.

CHELSEY:

Yeah.

CHELSEY:

And like who doesn't need to ignore their child every once in a while.

TREY:

I've aspired for nothing more in my life than, um, being negligent to children...

CHELSEY:

Being able to ignore children.,

TREY:

Kristin.

TREY:

Thank you.

CHELSEY:

Thank you, kristen.

CHELSEY:

That was awesome.

TREY:

We have, another voicemail.

TREY:

This one is from Matt.

VOICEOVER:

Hi, uh, this is Matt B . I'm lodging a complaint for the Review Queens because

VOICEOVER:

I want you to read your reviews when you review something online.

VOICEOVER:

And let, maybe the users actually tell you their thoughts on your reviews.

VOICEOVER:

Thanks.

VOICEOVER:

Bye.

TREY:

So nice.

CHELSEY:

Not.

CHELSEY:

Nice, but I felt like came in a little, I dunno, like I'm sorry.

CHELSEY:

I think that this is like, um, neither one of us are really big review.

CHELSEY:

Writers.

CHELSEY:

Like I've only, I went to my Yelp profile to see like, am I wrong?

CHELSEY:

Have I written a lot of reviews?

CHELSEY:

And I've only written one, five star review.

CHELSEY:

I probably sent some heated emails.

CHELSEY:

So if it would make Matt feel better, like I can bring in one of my heated emails and read that.

CHELSEY:

That.

CHELSEY:

Would be helpful?

TREY:

I actually appreciate Matt lodging a complaint against us.

TREY:

I think that I love that.

TREY:

I think that's fun.

CHELSEY:

I know.

TREY:

I, so I did a lot of digging in response to this voicemail prior to us recording today.

TREY:

And in the first episode I referenced, but I left a review on delivery.com that I was so

TREY:

So...

CHELSEY:

is it your fault?

TREY:

Probably, but I went through 17 pages of history in my delivery.com account.

TREY:

This is three houses ago.

TREY:

Apartments ago.

TREY:

I can't find it anywhere.

TREY:

I think I may have actually deleted it because I was so worried.

CHELSEY:

Okay.

TREY:

So I have no record of that.

TREY:

Then, I...

TREY:

I looked really long and hard for this, and I'm really hoping that this is not

TREY:

in like 2005, and I had a really bad experience there.

TREY:

And there used to be a website called Non-Equity Deputy.com, which is a little

TREY:

And I left a horrifyingly scathing.

TREY:

Horrible review.

CHELSEY:

Okay.

TREY:

The website no longer exists.

TREY:

It was purchased by another website called Audition Update.

TREY:

And that was purchased by Backstage.

TREY:

And now none of it exists.

TREY:

So there is absolutely no record anywhere.

TREY:

And here, this is more history.

TREY:

I went back out of more fear several years later to see if anyone had ever replied to it.

TREY:

And there was like a horrifying, decimating of my character...

CHELSEY:

Oh my god.

TREY:

Reply.

CHELSEY:

Wait.

TREY:

So

CHELSEY:

wait, where did you find that?

TREY:

It was someone else that was like, I worked there and it was great.

TREY:

And obviously this person like is not a cool person and like, whatever,

TREY:

And I'm really disappointed about that because I think it would be very cathartic, but I think it

TREY:

So I can't find it, I'm not giving up.

TREY:

I'm hoping that maybe I emailed it to myself.

TREY:

I like logged into my old live journal account, but then I didn't have the right password.

CHELSEY:

You did a lot of research for Matt.

TREY:

I was really sleuthing cause I love this idea.

TREY:

So Matt, thank you for calling in.

TREY:

We are going to take their criticism, the complaint and, um,

CHELSEY:

Yeah.

CHELSEY:

And I also just want to take this opportunity to like say that, you know, there is a certain

CHELSEY:

And even though we're, we're kind of like picking fun at these people because it's

CHELSEY:

Like, you know, I get it, like it, it takes a little bit of chutzpah.

CHELSEY:

To, uh, write a review and put it on the internet.

TREY:

That's True.

TREY:

And maybe, you know, I'll be more vocal and leave a a negative review simply to read on the podcast.

TREY:

Um, all right.

TREY:

Well, listeners, if you have something to say, Like Kristin did.

TREY:

If you just want to give us a 10 out of 10, we'll take it,

CHELSEY:

love her.

TREY:

We want to hear it.

TREY:

So if you have a complaint to lodge, if there is a very special person in your life that you

TREY:

The number is 1-850-REVIEW-0

CHELSEY:

That's 1-850-review-zero and operators are standing by or

CHELSEY:

Please.

VOICEOVER:

Review That Review.

CHELSEY:

Okay.

CHELSEY:

Hi.

CHELSEY:

We are back from that moment of self reflection and insights from Matt and Kristin.

CHELSEY:

Thank you guys.

CHELSEY:

And we are ready to move on to Trey's review.

CHELSEY:

So where is your review from this week, Trey?

TREY:

I really do like the, I didn't even really think about this until this moment,

CHELSEY:

Yeah.

TREY:

So good job.

CHELSEY:

Good job, Listeners!

TREY:

Okay, this week, my review is a one star review from amazon.com.

CHELSEY:

Okay.

TREY:

Written by Sharon Kay for the book, The Giving Tree.

CHELSEY:

Okay.

CHELSEY:

Another book?

CHELSEY:

Yes.

CHELSEY:

Okay, great.

TREY:

And the subject is, I was horrified.

CHELSEY:

okay,

TREY:

This book went into the trash.

TREY:

I couldn't make myself put it in the Goodwill box because I did not want to promote this ugly

TREY:

And give for his self interest.

TREY:

Classic American story of our relationship with the natural world.

TREY:

Of course, it calls into question a tree that apparently has no self-respect

TREY:

But that's not how this story is told, I guess in the right hands, it could impart

TREY:

On the surface.

TREY:

It is just an ugly story about unfettered, greed a me, me, me mentality,

TREY:

A stupidity that destroys and a self-destructive tree with no sense of self preservation.

TREY:

The whole thing was bad karma from beginning to end, it met the recycle

TREY:

F.

TREY:

and shame on you Silverstein for writing such a garbage story.

TREY:

Giving?!

TREY:

Yeah.

TREY:

Right.

TREY:

This book should go out of print.

TREY:

And some of the decent stuff that was written for kids should go back in.

TREY:

Just totally disgusted over here.

CHELSEY:

Wow.

CHELSEY:

Oh my God.

CHELSEY:

That was, that was a lot of energy coming off of that review.

CHELSEY:

Didn't you feel that?

CHELSEY:

Oh, my God,

TREY:

Sharon K came in hot.

CHELSEY:

Sharon K came in very hot, came in very, I don't know hurt, like I remember being a

CHELSEY:

It's the green book, right?

CHELSEY:

With the tree and apple or whatever.

TREY:

Yes!

CHELSEY:

But it's been such a long time that I can't even remember the story.

CHELSEY:

Do you remember the story at all?

TREY:

Oh yes.

TREY:

I, it, I loved The Giving Tree.

TREY:

It is a Shel Silverstein book, basically.

TREY:

It's like this little baby is by the tree and then like the tree gives some

TREY:

And then like he loves the tree.

TREY:

I think he like brings his date to the tree and then like, he carves his initials into the tree.

TREY:

And then as he gets older, he like cuts the tree so that he can build a boat.

TREY:

And then he like is an old person.

TREY:

And then I don't know, he makes a coffin out of it.

TREY:

I don't know what happens at the end, but the whole thing is, is that

CHELSEY:

The tree keeps giving...

TREY:

It's in the title.

CHELSEY:

Right, right.

TREY:

But, uh, Sharon says F and shame on you.

CHELSEY:

I know.

CHELSEY:

So I, I wrote that down.

CHELSEY:

So F and Shea, did she write just the letter F?

TREY:

Yeah.

CHELSEY:

Okay.

TREY:

Yeah.

CHELSEY:

All right.

CHELSEY:

All right.

CHELSEY:

But that means still bad, but like, at least she didn't, she didn't go for the full profanity.

CHELSEY:

I wonder if Sharon K is in grad school and she was doing research for her thesis.

CHELSEY:

And she was like, let me come up with a really controversial opinion about something.

CHELSEY:

Like what's something that everybody liked when they were a kid, The Giving Tree.

CHELSEY:

Cause it just, it felt like she was very kind of like soap boxy About her interpretation.

CHELSEY:

Do we think it's that deep?

TREY:

I feel like everyone knows the book is like a terrible story.

TREY:

I mean, not that, but everyone gets that like they're saying.

TREY:

why is this the point of the book?

TREY:

Like shouldn't the lesson be?

TREY:

No, they're enough.

TREY:

Like have self-respect first of all, it's a tree.

TREY:

So it does it, is it a self?

TREY:

I don't know, but like, I think that's the point of the book is if you give too much,

TREY:

They're all horrible.

TREY:

Oh, you have to change who you are to be loved.

TREY:

Oh, great.

TREY:

Cut your fin off sell your voice.

TREY:

Yeah.

TREY:

Like change yourself for this hunk of a hot man who has a nice dog.

TREY:

Like it's not just Shel Silverstein.

TREY:

That's guilty of this.

CHELSEY:

I think,ugh, I hate this stuff too, because we are evolving as people and

CHELSEY:

You know, so many books we read as, as children that maybe had messages that we

CHELSEY:

I feel like we're sort of taking it too far.

CHELSEY:

And, also how long did she say she had the book before it went in the trash?

CHELSEY:

What she then mentioned was recycling, later

TREY:

Thank you.

TREY:

I was literally going to say that.

TREY:

It said trash in the first sentence, and then it says it met the recycle bin within 10 minutes.

CHELSEY:

Like, i, it just doesn't feel like she took a lot of time with the book.

CHELSEY:

Does it sound like she'd read the book before and was like, rebuying it for a kid?

CHELSEY:

Or she was just an adult that was assuming that, you know, Silverstein had written this book in

CHELSEY:

I don't know the fact that she said that the tree has no self-respect like, I

CHELSEY:

Like, like i, okay.

CHELSEY:

Like I, like I said before at the paper receipts, I am all about saving the trees.

CHELSEY:

We need the trees, they give us, you know, oxygen to breathe.

CHELSEY:

And also, what about the fact that she said in the right hands, the story

CHELSEY:

It like, does she want to take a go at it, Sharon?

TREY:

Ooh.

TREY:

I want to read Sharon's version.

CHELSEY:

Sharon, do you want to write a book that says The Self-Respecting Tree?

CHELSEY:

I mean like, like, I don't know, like, I don't know what we would call it.

CHELSEY:

I think it...

TREY:

The Withholding Tree.

TREY:

The Boundary Boss Tree!

TREY:

, CHELSEY: but yes.

TREY:

Thank you, Terri Cole.

TREY:

The Boundary Tree, I'm open to the pitch if she's willing to give it.

TREY:

I just think that Sharon should, use instead of writing.

TREY:

Scathing review, which again, she's completely entitled to her opinion.

TREY:

Of course, maybe Sharon should present an offering.

TREY:

You know, it is interesting to me cause this sort of turns into like literary criticism.

CHELSEY:

Yeah.

TREY:

Because I do think that there is perhaps the, in this book is an inciting

TREY:

It could prompt a conversation.

TREY:

I imagine that.

TREY:

Was what was occurring in my childhood.

TREY:

I remember I loved the book.

TREY:

I thought the book was so sad and the reason it was so sad was because the

TREY:

So I think the idea got into my head, like, I think I got the point.

CHELSEY:

That the lesson is inherent, you know,

TREY:

and if it's not, then you have a conversation about it.

TREY:

So it is really interesting...

CHELSEY:

and every story needs a cookie villain and sometimes we're all play the cookie villain.

CHELSEY:

And in this case, The kid might've played the cookie villain a little bit.

CHELSEY:

I was wanting to touch on the bad karma comment.

TREY:

Yeah.

CHELSEY:

So the book is bad karma like owning the book as bad karma writing the book is bad.

CHELSEY:

Karma reading it as bad karma.

CHELSEY:

Like what aspect of the exchange with the book is bad karma?

CHELSEY:

Is it a threat to somebody reading it like, oh, I shouldn't buy it.

CHELSEY:

Cause I'm going to get bad karma.

TREY:

That's a good question.

TREY:

Cause

CHELSEY:

Is Shel Silverstein, gonna reap the, karma of this?

TREY:

The whole thing was bad.

TREY:

karma from beginning to end.

TREY:

And what does that mean?

TREY:

Because who's what, what's the bad karma.

CHELSEY:

What do we mean by that?

TREY:

Cause the boy doesn't get punished.

TREY:

Like the boy has no consequence, so there is no bad karma there.

TREY:

And the tree is willingly giving.

TREY:

So, where is the bad karma?

CHELSEY:

And also we take, right?

CHELSEY:

I think what you were kind of saying before, like there's an opportunity for a lesson here.

CHELSEY:

Every time we go to CVS, you take from the trees, right?

CHELSEY:

Every time you, you go to the bathroom, if you don't have a bedet,

CHELSEY:

Thank those trees.

CHELSEY:

Every day, I'm sitting at a desk that's made out of wood.

CHELSEY:

A tree died for this desk.

TREY:

I mean, I would argue this book is offering.

TREY:

That lesson be cognizant of how much you're taking and not giving in return.

TREY:

How much of a taker are you?

TREY:

I think this is just this whole conversation is leading down the road of educators need

TREY:

The teacher reads this book, and then there's a conversation following

TREY:

How are you like the tree?

TREY:

How can you be in the middle?

TREY:

Oh my gosh, Sharon,

CHELSEY:

Sharon's got us all worked up.

CHELSEY:

I mean, the other thing I'll say you, you, you do tend to bring in the books, which I appreciate.

CHELSEY:

I don't, it's not like my first go-to when I'm searching for reviews for us.

CHELSEY:

And that's why we make such a great pair.

CHELSEY:

But one of the things that I guess I come up, come up against, whenever we

CHELSEY:

Is I think of books as being like very subjective in the same way that art is subjective, right?

CHELSEY:

I don't think I can read a book and say every person that reads a book is going to

CHELSEY:

So I find it hard to say like would reading this review by Sharon, keep me from buying.

CHELSEY:

Book, because once again, you know, she's talking about it as if this is the only interpretation,

CHELSEY:

Where I feel like she shouldn't really be speaking for everybody because, you know, you had a

CHELSEY:

We got to leave a little bit of room, right.

TREY:

And it says that too.

TREY:

This book should go out of print.

TREY:

And some of the decent stuff that was written for kids should go back in.

TREY:

And so I wonder.

CHELSEY:

I almost want to know what Sharon would think is decent.

CHELSEY:

I almost wish she would have been like, these are my favorite books when I was a kid.

CHELSEY:

And here's why, and here's why this book, you know, didn't deliver on that same level.

CHELSEY:

Cause I'm just, I don't feel like I know from this, what Sharon's taste is like, I know that

TREY:

Yeah.

TREY:

And 82 people found this helpful.

CHELSEY:

Okay.

CHELSEY:

That's what I am wondering.

CHELSEY:

Like, I don't remember the book well enough to be like, is this a super controversial issue?

CHELSEY:

And, and they giving trees should be canceled.

CHELSEY:

Like,

TREY:

So if you were buying a book for your nephew, Trey, would you read this review?

TREY:

Would it have an impact?

CHELSEY:

Probably not like, I think I would probably just buy it.

CHELSEY:

I probably would buy this in person, see it on the shelf, recognize the cover and be

CHELSEY:

If I'm being honest.

CHELSEY:

Okay.

CHELSEY:

My point is, I think somebody's going to buy The Giving Tree today because it's been

CHELSEY:

I don't know that there are that many people that are on the fence.

CHELSEY:

What do you think?

TREY:

Yeah I mean, my sister and I were just having conversation about Alexander and the

TREY:

And she was like, he's just a brat.

TREY:

So it's like, I think all of the it's, we're just stimulating children's minds.

CHELSEY:

Yeah!

CHELSEY:

We can...

TREY:

my personal opinion...

CHELSEY:

pick things apart forever, but I used to read the Alexanders.

CHELSEY:

No good, very bad day when I was a kid and I never like, it's a character it's like Amelia Bedelia.

CHELSEY:

Like, are we going to be like Amelia Bedelia, she is perpetuating a story

CHELSEY:

Like, I don't know.

CHELSEY:

I just loved Amelia Bedelia when I was a kid.

CHELSEY:

I don't feel like it's that deep.

TREY:

Well, I do think that like, this is sort of echoed and like, uh, these like premium

TREY:

And that was the moral of the story.

TREY:

And now we have like really F up characters.

TREY:

Breaking Bad are doing very horrible things.

TREY:

And they are somehow the protagonist.

TREY:

So I think like we learned from Alexander that don't be an Alexander, don't be a brat.

TREY:

You read this book and perhaps you see like, oh wow, this person's really

TREY:

So that's a learning experience.

CHELSEY:

Or, Maybe I should have gratitude when I am like, using something that

TREY:

But I do think that there is an impact for me reading this, even though I

TREY:

I would sort of be like, well, maybe this is not the best book to purchase for my nephew.

TREY:

So that is interesting.

CHELSEY:

I know, she definitely, Sharon, if nothing else has made me question...

TREY:

and think...

CHELSEY:

and think about, oh, like, what is this book?

CHELSEY:

And was there like some sort of major gaping negative message that's damaging that I somehow

CHELSEY:

So I'll agree.

CHELSEY:

There was, there was a bit of an impact.

CHELSEY:

My, I mean, anyone, if this ever makes it to video for Patreon or anything, like my mouth was

CHELSEY:

so there was for sure an impact.

CHELSEY:

All right.

CHELSEY:

I think we're ready.

TREY:

Yeah, I think I'm ready too, let's crown it.

CHELSEY:

Alright.

VOICEOVER:

The Queens are Tabulating.

TREY:

All right.

TREY:

You ready?

CHELSEY:

I need to make one again.

CHELSEY:

Cause I'm going to do a halfy,

TREY:

oh my God.

CHELSEY:

Okay.

CHELSEY:

I'm ready.

VOICEOVER:

Total Score!

CHELSEY:

You did two and a half and I did want it and one and a half.

TREY:

Wow.

TREY:

Wait, why one and a half.

CHELSEY:

Okay.

CHELSEY:

I just wanted to have, because I don't know, like, I, I didn't agree

CHELSEY:

How like intense, she was That I didn't even know.

CHELSEY:

She read the book.

CHELSEY:

Like she, like, she took no time with the book.

CHELSEY:

She, she threw it in the trash immediately.

CHELSEY:

She, she had a very rash judgment of this and then got it, threw it in the trash, then took

CHELSEY:

And I just, I don't know.

CHELSEY:

I don't feel like Sharon really.

CHELSEY:

took enough time with the book or, did other than like just her, um, like kind of

CHELSEY:

I don't think that I learned anything.

CHELSEY:

Like, this is what you're reading and this is what you think you're getting.

CHELSEY:

And this is what it actually means.

CHELSEY:

And if Sharon had taught me something, because she had done the textual analysis, And provided that

CHELSEY:

Um, I was really tempted to give her one.

CHELSEY:

I gave her the extra half because I'm questioning.

CHELSEY:

And I want to take a second look and see if there are other people that

CHELSEY:

So maybe I won't read it to my nephew.

CHELSEY:

Trey.

CHELSEY:

How about you?

CHELSEY:

Why two and a half.

TREY:

I just said two and a half because I found it to be entertaining.

TREY:

Like I thought it was funny.

TREY:

The point of view was so intense that I thought this is entertaining me.

TREY:

And it does sort of have an impact because it does make me think like

TREY:

Like, could it have a damaging impact or do I really have to be responsible for.

TREY:

The teaching lesson because it isn't in print, or more suggested rather than a declared.

TREY:

And the spelling was totally fine and sufficient.

TREY:

And, uh, so for that reason, I gave two and a half because I don't agree, but

CHELSEY:

I feel like in terms of our relationship, like your, more of the Paula and I fall somewhere

TREY:

it's a no for you dawg.

CHELSEY:

That's a no for me dawg.

CHELSEY:

That's a no

TREY:

That is a big learning lesson for today that I think I'll take with me.

TREY:

I've also really learned that cookies have two very different meanings.

TREY:

I really do like the name, Orsolya.

CHELSEY:

Yeah, I think we should add it to the list hunter or, Orsolya.

CHELSEY:

I don't really know.

CHELSEY:

Well, anyway, my Queen we've reached the most Regal portion of our show, which

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My Royal Highness

TREY:

All right.

TREY:

So this week I have chosen to, induct an organization that is very near and dear

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So The Trevor Project is a nationwide organization that provide support for LGBTQ youth and they

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I want to give them a shout out because they have been around for a very long time,

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And they also have amazing resources for parents.

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There's a whole resource page on the website with guides, for how to be an

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Non-binary.

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as well as coming out guides for anyone that's questioning or are curious.

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So if you are someone, you know, needs help, the Trevor Lifeline number is 1-866-488-7386.

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They're available 24/7 365 days.

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If you want to text TrevorText, all you have to do is text start to 678-678.

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So I want to, induct The Trevor Project for My Royal Highness this week,

CHELSEY:

another very worthy induction.

CHELSEY:

And thank you for sharing all that information.

CHELSEY:

That was great.

TREY:

What about you, Chels?

CHELSEY:

I'm going to take it a little bit more local and I'm going to give My Royal Harness...

CHELSEY:

ROYAL HARNESS?!.

CHELSEY:

That's something else now let's back it up.

CHELSEY:

I'm going to give, I'm going to give My Royal Highness to Carmella, the owner of a floral

CHELSEY:

I've been ordering flowers from her for forever.

CHELSEY:

And the thing that I love the most about Carmella is every single time I call.

CHELSEY:

She answers the phone and she says, hi Chelsey, how can I help you?

CHELSEY:

And it's just so nice.

CHELSEY:

Like, it doesn't matter if I called her like a few months ago or like a

CHELSEY:

And she always makes the most beautiful arrangements.

CHELSEY:

I had her make an arrangement for my friend whose birthday it was, who also just moved into

CHELSEY:

So thank you, Carmella.

CHELSEY:

And also Kendall who is working in the store.

CHELSEY:

I just want to share with you guys gave me a great tip about how to transport

CHELSEY:

So thank you, Kendall.

CHELSEY:

Apparently all you have to do, whether it's an, a vase, a vase bouquet, or if it's an orchid.

CHELSEY:

Is belted into the front seat, put the seatbelt.

CHELSEY:

Yeah.

CHELSEY:

Put the seatbelt around the vase or whatever it is.

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And I was driving for like over a half an hour.

CHELSEY:

Perfect!

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Arrived.

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Absolutely.

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Perfect.

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So thank you, Carmela.

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And everyone Kendall at Orchid Republic.

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Again, not an ad, but I just love you guys and thank you so much.

CHELSEY:

You're My Royal Highness.

TREY:

I love that.

TREY:

All right, Chelsey, shall we keep the regality flowing and read a Royal Review?

CHELSEY:

Oh my God.

CHELSEY:

Of course.

TREY:

We're having so much engagement this episode.

TREY:

All right.

TREY:

So every, so often we like to feature one of our very own reviews from listeners like you

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and that's right.

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

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It's a Royal Review.

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Baby, it's time for some Royal Reviews.

TREY:

Imagine being such a good vocalist that you can riff in a funny way.

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I know.

TREY:

Natalie Weiss.

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All right.

TREY:

So, um, today's Royal review is from the user.

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JoshknowsFL on Apple Podcasts.

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FiveStars obsessed.

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I'm so obsessed with this podcast.

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As a restaurant manager, I can fully relate to everything that is shared here.

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As part of my job, I have to pay attention to online reviews.

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So to have a podcast that lets me make light of what is honestly, one of the

TREY:

The chemistry between the two of you is also totally on point.

TREY:

And I can't wait for the next episode.

CHELSEY:

Oh my God.

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JoshknowsFL.

CHELSEY:

Josh knows Florida.

CHELSEY:

That was so sweet.

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Thank you.

TREY:

That's so amazing.

TREY:

And the statement of all statements that one of the worst parts of being a

TREY:

I mean, imagine all of the complaints that you get as a restaurant manager,

CHELSEY:

it just makes me feel good that like, I feel like Josh, not only does Josh

CHELSEY:

Like Josh gets it.

CHELSEY:

Josh understands the podcast and, and we're just trying to make light as

CHELSEY:

And we take everything so personally, and I totally understand what it must be like for

CHELSEY:

Or hopefully loves and adores.

CHELSEY:

So thank you, Josh, for knowing us as well as you know Florida.

CHELSEY:

I hope it is Florida.

CHELSEY:

I think it is.

TREY:

I'm sure it is, yeah.

CHELSEY:

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

TREY:

We've made it super easy with a super cute hyperlink.

TREY:

Lovethepodcast.com/thereviewqueens.

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And there's also a one-click link in the show description.

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So super easy.

TREY:

Well, well, here we are.

TREY:

We did a queen.

TREY:

Another round in the books.

CHELSEY:

Thank you guys so much for joining us today.

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If you liked what you heard, please tell a friend.

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If you didn't like what you heard, please tell an enemy.

TREY:

If you want to be like Emily or Kristin or Matt, then please hit up

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And you can also follow us on all the socials @TheReviewQueens.

CHELSEY:

And I'm @ChelseyBD

TREY:

and I'm @TreyGerrald with two R's.

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Become a member of our Royal Court by joining our Patreon at patreon.com/reviewthatreview,

CHELSEY:

and remember, be like Robert.

CHELSEY:

Wait, is it Robert it's?

CHELSEY:

Josh?

TREY:

Who's Robert?

TREY:

Josh!

CHELSEY:

I don't know who the hell Robert is okay.

CHELSEY:

And remember, be like Josh, who knows everything.

CHELSEY:

Ignore the haters.

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You're a Queen!

TREY:

Gender non-specific queen.

CHELSEY:

Of course.

CHELSEY:

Bye!

TREY:

Bye.

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I don't know who Robert is...

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Review That Review is an independent podcast.

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

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

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