Welcome to The Femsplainers Podcast

Welcome to The Femsplainers Podcast

Danielle Crittenden Join author and journalist Danielle Crittenden for a weekly girls' night out with some of the most fascinating and fabulous women on the planet. She dishes on everything from #metoo and sex to, well, doing the dishes. No topic is off-limits - unless it’s boring. 

Meghan Cox GurdonBook reviewer for the Wall Street Journal and author of The Enchanted Hour: The Miraculous Power of Reading Aloud in the Age of Distraction.

Caitlin FlanaganStaff writer at The Atlantic, and the author of Girl Land and To Hell With All That.

Irshad Manji Founder of the Moral Courage Project and the author of Don't Label Me and The Trouble With Islam Today.

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Season 8

Melania & Me Part Two: "The Trumps Ruined My Life"

Author Stephanie Winston Wolkoff reveals to Danielle and co-splainer Julia Ioffe why she decided to record -- and release -- damaging personal conversations with the First Lady. PLUS: The rivalry with Ivanka, and more. 

Melania & Me Part One: From Obscure Catalogue Model to Vogue Cover Girl

"Melania didn't really have friends." "She knew what she was getting in Donald." Author Stephanie Winston Wolkoff spills the tea on her 15-year friendship with the First Lady to Danielle and co-splainer Julia Ioffe of GQ. 

Dead Broke Dads

Actor Greg Ellis has gone from battling pirate Jack Sparrow in the movies to fighting for father's rights in real life.  Following his own heartbreaking custody battle, Greg reveals to Danielle & co-splainer Caitlin Flanagan just what a horror show our family court system has become for men.

Why Mean, Obnoxious People Lose

Turns out being nice is a better evolutionary strategy than being a jerk, according to Vanessa Woods, co-author with Brian Hare of the bestselling, The Genius of Dogs. She joins Danielle & Irshad Manji to discuss their latest book, Survival of the Friendliest (Spoiler: We can learn a lot from dogs.) 

Why You're Not Meeting Prince Charming

Covid sure makes dating difficult -- but it might offer the perfect chance to review and improve your love game. Dating coach Evan Mark Katz reveals the common mistakes made by otherwise successful single women. PLUS: Danielle & Meghan Cox Gurdon air their dispute over the controversial film "Cuties."

The Unexpected Gift of Covid: How the Pandemic Is Transforming Childhood

Despite being holed up and doing class work via Zoom, boredom has helped kids grow and gain independence through the pandemic, according to our guest Lenore Skenazy, founder of the  Let Grow Foundation. Meghan Cox Gurdon joins Danielle as co-splainer to discuss surprising findings of new research.

Bonfire of the Insanities with Bari Weiss

The brilliant ex-NYT's journalist joins Danielle & co-splainer Caitlin Flanagan for a lively, gossipy, and provocative season opener.

Season 7

The Madwoman and the Roomba

Best-selling author Sandra Tsing Loh wonders why her journey through middle-age is defined by clutter and dead mice rather than sandy beaches and luxury cruises. She urges Danielle and co-splainer Meghan Cox Gurdon to explore their inner goddesses, who may turn out to be named Karen.

Has #MeToo Become Just Another Puritanical Moral Panic?

Author and Nation contributor Joann Wypijewski joins Danielle and co-splainer Emily Yoffe to discuss how the movement simplifies the complexity of sexual politics into good and evil. PLUS: Emily offers her guide to the "taxonomy of cancellation." Continuing our Summer Author Series.

Why Did Our Friends Go Mad?

Anne Applebaum & David Frum once clinked glasses with Tucker Carlson, Viktor Orban & many others who've since turned to the dark side. Now, in our continuing summer author series, they discuss with Danielle what went wrong with their old friends.

Sexual Obsession, Bad Boys, & Female Lust in the Age of Woke

What happens when a young woman's libido clashes with her politics? Daphne Merkin & Meghan Daum join Danielle in our ongoing summer author series. PLUS: Merkin reveals what Ronan Farrow would prefer you didn't know.

Why Are So Many Girls Becoming Boys?

From injecting testosterone to undergoing double mastectomies, choosing to be "trans" is the new bulemia among thousands of young women, author Abigail Shrier tells Danielle and guest co-splainer Caitlin Flanagan.

The REAL Once Upon a Time in Hollywood

An affair with Jack Nicholson. Advice from Audrey Hepburn. Parties with Joan Didion. Susanna Moore, author of the new memoir "Miss Aluminum," regales Danielle and guest co-host Caitlin Flanagan with stories of her time at the center of celebrity in the 1960s & 1970s. Our season finale!

David Frum Gets Personal

The Atlantic contributor and author of the new book "Trumpocalypse" veers away from politics to reflect on the cultural issues ravaging the country as well as his own journey as a writer, thinker, father, and yes -- husband to co-splainer Danielle.  

Is Joe Biden Caught in His Own Sex Trap?

The Atlantic's Emily Yoffe, The Bulwark's Mona Charen, and Harvard Law Professor Janet Halley join Danielle to discuss Tara Reade, Title IX, "Believe Women" double standards, and more. 

Mrs. America

The longstanding feud between married mothers and feminists has its origins in the battle over the Equal Rights Amendment of the early 1970s, as depicted in the new Hulu series starring Cate Blanchett. The Atlantic's Caitlin Flanagan and ERA opponent Phyllis Schalfly"s daughter, Anne, join Christina and Danielle to debate the series' importance ... and inaccuracies.

What Do YOU Miss?

Bestselling novelist Emily St. John Mandel ("Station Eleven") joins Pulitzer-prize-winning historian Anne Applebaum, the WSJ's Meghan Cox Gurdon, and Danielle to discuss coping with the ongoing pandemic, Mandel's latest novel, and more. 

Getting Personal With Dave Rubin

The "Rubin Report" host opens up to Christina & Danielle about living political and sexual lies, touring with Jordan Peterson, and more from his new book "Don't Burn This Book." PLUS the upside of quarantine, COVID fantasies, and more. 


The award-winning comedian joins Christina, Danielle, and the Daily Beast's Molly Jong-Fast to riff on social isolation, Louis CK & cancel culture, the Sussexes in exile, and more.

Strong Women, Bad Men

Why are so many successful women attracted to abusers and philanderers? Katie Roiphe joins Christina & Danielle to discuss her new book "The Power Notebooks" to discuss this and other sexual imbalances.

Love in the Time of Coronavirus

With Danielle & Christina now recording from home bunker studios, they are joined virtually by Atlantic writer John Tierney, who offers important advice about how not to tank your relationships in quarantine.

Season 6

Guess Who's NOT Coming:

White women pay Regina Jackson & Saira Rao $2500 to be told over dinner why they're racist. Christina & Danielle offered cocktails. It didn't go well. PLUS: Self-isolating blues and more.

I Was Falsely Accused of Rape

Stephen Elliott is the first cancelled man to fight back. In this EXCLUSIVE interview he tells  Christina & Danielle why he launched a libel suit against the creator of the Sh**ty Media Men list. PLUS: Viral fears, forgotten feminists, and more.

Decadence? We're For It!

New York Times columnist Ross Douthat joins Danielle & Christina to discuss his new book, The Decadent Society: How We Became the Victims of Our Own Success. PLUS: Inside the Harvey Weinstein verdict with intrepid journos Phelim McAleer & Ann McElhinney. 

Don't Label Any of Us

The irrepressible Irshad Manji joins Christina & Danielle for a raucous conversation ranging from Elizabeth Warren's bro problem to woke Sports Illustrated models to dogs & dogma, and more. 

What If Harvey Weinstein Wins?

It was supposed to be the Me Too Movement's  trial of the century -- but is it possible Weinstein will walk free? And will feminists punish his "traitor" female defense attorney? Christina & Danielle hash over all the repercussions as the jury debates his fate.

Valentine's Day Special!

Who knows more about staying in love than a divorce lawyer? Author & attorney James Sexton shares what he's learned from his 1,000+ divorce cases with Christina & Danielle. PLUS: A surprise guest crashes the studio, Danielle admits she suffers from a rare disorder, and more.

It's Our Monthly Cocktail Party!

The Atlantic's Emily Yoffe & The WSJ's Meghan Cox Gurdon join Christina & Danielle for a wine-fuelled gossip about new corporate etiquette, "trad wives," why the Cat in the Hat should be cancelled, and much more.

Why You Never See Your Friends Anymore

The Atlantic's Judith Shulevitz tells Danielle & guest host Mona Charen how our overburdened schedules are taking a dire toll on American society. PLUS: Quilting injustices and why girls are being "shortchanged" on pockets. Really

Lean Out

Everything you think you know about how to succeed in the workforce as a woman is wrong, according to author Marissa Orr. PLUS: Christina & Danielle on Megxit, freeing nipples, vagina candles, and taking edibles together.

We're Femsplainers, Hear Us Roar ... into the Roaring 2020s!

Season 6 debuts with a surprise visit from Christina's new boss, AEI President Robert Doar, while Danielle hastily tries to hide the champagne bottles. We're up to new antics -- which hopefully don't include getting fired.

Season 5


Susan Rice joins Christina & Danielle for a festive glass of wine and a remarkably candid conversation about the private side of her very public life -- from growing up in D.C. amidst race riots to fending off Putin's advances as National Security Adviser.  PLUS: Why Jews do Christmas better, and more holiday fun. 

It's a Holiday Cocktail Party!

The Atlantic's Caitlin Flanagan & Pulitzer-Prize-winning historian Anne Applebaum join Christina & Danielle for our first new, fun monthly "cocktail" episode. 

Fast Talking

Journalist Molly Jong-Fast joins Christina & Danielle for a far-ranging & fun gossip session on Lisa Page's presidential pushback, the gender thermostat wars, THAT Peloton ad, and more. 


A nation may be divided out there, but in here we're strictly non-partisan when it comes to white vs. dark meat & deep fried vs. roasted. PLUS: Christina and Danielle host Pauline Brown, author of Aesthetic Intelligence, who is all about making everything more beautiful, meaningful ... and a better Black Friday shopping experience.

Overdosed America

Dr. Sally Satel spent the past year at ground zero of the opioid crisis in a small Appalachian town. She reports to Danielle & Christina what she found. PLUS: Is vaping really so bad, down and out on cheap sherry, and more!

Woke Me When It's Over

The awesome Meghan Daum joins Christina & Danielle to discuss her new book "The Problem With Everything: My Journey Through the New Culture Wars." PLUS Why drinking is good for your brain, 'Ok Boomer' warfare, and, er, um, vaginas.

Baby, It's Not Cool Outside

It's that woke time of year again! Christina & Danielle brace for the oncoming holiday season, bemoan the new PC ending to My Fair Lady, take you behind the scenes at the recent Politicon in Nashville & MUCH MORE. 

In Defense of Elitism, Manhood, and Everything Else That Triggers You

Danielle & Christina in conversation with author Joel Stein recorded live at Politicon 2019 in Nashville. 

Eye On The Storm

Legendary Washington correspondent Elizabeth Drew has covered 12 presidents and 2 impeachments. Over a glass of champagne, she regales Christina & Danielle with stories from her fascinating career. PLUS wedding porn, Millennial misery, dog owner happiness, and much more.

When Good Women Fall for Bad Presidents

CNN's Amanda Carpenter, author of Gaslighting America: Why We Love It When Trump Lies to Us, explores conservative women's fatal attraction to Donald Trump and more with Christina and Danielle. 

Regrets, We've Had a Few

A seemingly consensual, one-night sexual encounter would later destroy the life and career of Jonathan Kaiman. The Atlantic's Emily Yoffe reviews the events of that fateful evening -- and prompts a wider discussion with Danielle & Christina about whether such cases will erode the credibility of #metoo. 

Toxic Femininity

What is it and how does it manifest itself?  Danielle & Christina explore the mean sister to Toxic Masculinity in friendships, relationships, and sex. Meanwhile guest Ginny Hogan, author and stand-up comedian, argues we need more of it in the tech world.

Hollywood & Vino

Atlantic contributor Caitlin Flanagan joins Danielle & Christina in a sketchy LA studio to gossip about bad dates, crazy exes, #metoo excesses & her favorite party game: Which Valley of the Dolls "doll" are you?

Is There Still Sex in the City?

Candace Bushnell, bestselling author and creator of Sex & the City, regales Christina & Danielle with stories of the wilds and lows of dating after fifty, including getting naked and "cubbing."

Season 5 Debut:

Christina & Danielle catch up after a summer apart. While Danielle fled to Canada, Christina cops to becoming a shut-in Twitter addict. Now they’re back and ready to solve the world — over cocktails of course. 

Season 4

Season 4 Finalé

Podcast is getting ready to break for the summer! But not before Christina & Danielle dispute the women's soccer "pay gap," question millennial sex habits, and own up to being "white feminists." PLUS: Zoe bids a fond farewell by bringing up -- again! -- those private lady parts.

The Lost Language of Sexual Intimacy

Literary goddess Erica Jong joins daughter & journalist Molly Jong-Fast to discuss the growing cold war between men and women, celebrity child-rearing, famous mentors, and, well, everything else with Christina & Danielle.


Andrew Sullivan, legendary gay rights pioneer & journalist, explains why he is being driven out of the movement by extreme trans activists 50 years after Stonewall. PLUS: Christina & Danielle on beauty magazine "realism," the sex lives of "Furries" and more!

Sam Harris on Love, Marriage & Breaking Bad Habits

Yeah, we got the famed podcaster and neuroscientist off that metaphysical stuff and got him talking about his personal life. PLUS: Christina & Danielle tell you what not to put you know where. 

Confessions of a Former Playboy Advice Columnist

Writer and comedienne Bridget Phetasy earned her wisdom the hard way. After years of partying and blackout sex, she's now sober -- and wickedly funny and wise. She spills her journey to Christina & Danielle. PLUS: What does it mean to be "ready" for love?

Who Ya Gonna Call?

If your kid is accused of sexual misconduct, cheating, or worse, you better call crisis counselor Hanna Stotland. She tells Christina & Danielle how she's managed to help even the toughest cases get a second chance. PLUS a debate over "weed tampons" and more. 

Blissfully Blended B.S.

Bestselling author Rebecca Eckler spills on the dark side(s) of forming stepfamilies. PLUS: Christina's Twitter wars with celebrities, Danielle's decision to be honest about mucous, and more.


How do you survive a social media mob? Helen Andrews was a "pioneer" in having her life ruined online. She tells Christina & Danielle how she recovered and came back. PLUS: Where are the intellectual conservative women? And is a Snapchat filter anti-trans?

Not-So-Golden Couple

Bestselling author Vicky Ward takes us inside the ambitious and corrupt worlds of New York high society & family real estate empires as revealed in her new book "Kushner, Inc." PLUS: Take off your Handmaid's Tale costumes protestors! Christina & Danielle warn that recent extreme anti-abortion legislation isn't simply about gender warfare.


A star-studded array of Femsplainer guests, including Tina Brown, Emily Yoffe, Leah Mcsweeny, Mandy Stadtmiller and more return to celebrate our first birthday with Christina and Danielle and launch the fourth season.

Season 3

Can We Please Get a Life?

Why do we emphasize female success as measured in time spent at the office vs our own quality time? Danielle & Christina discuss this, "ecosexuals," and much more in the Season 3 finale.

Are you tight or loose?

Knowing which can solve your problems -- and the world's. Author Michele Gelfand joins Danielle and guest co-splainer Meghan Cox Gurdon to discuss her new book "Rule Makers, Rule Breakers: How Tight and Loose Cultures Wire Our World," over a cosmo (or three).

How to Talk to People You Hate

Take two breaths and listen to renowned activist Irshad Manji discuss her new book "Don't Label Me: An Incredible Conversation for Divided Times" with Christina & Danielle. PLUS Fake Travel Warnings, "Jewel Stools" & more.

Good Sheila, Bad Feminist

Christina regales Danielle with tales of her travel Down Under debating Roxane Gay; meanwhile Danielle eats ant larvae in Mexico City. It was quite a spring break!

High & Low with David Brooks

The NYT's columnist and bestselling author reveals how to lead a better life to Christina & Danielle, previewing his new book, The Second Mountain: The Quest for a Moral Life. PLUS man boobs, students demanding fabric softener, and more.

SJWs Called Me Racist and Destroyed My Career

But they didn't destroy me. Biologist Heather Heying reveals to Christina & Danielle how she and her husband Bret Weinstein are fighting back after they were forced to leave Evergreen State College by radicalized mobs. PLUS wife controlling apps & more.

From Russia Without Love

The incredibly journey of GQ's Julia Ioffe, from Soviet refugee to star journalist and scourge of Melania Trump. Meanwhile, Danielle worries that Christina is becoming a Twitter shut-in.

Burning Down the House

Olivia Nuzzi is on fire! New York magazine's Washington correspondent dishes to Christina & Danielle on what it's really like to cover the White House. PLUS Izzy disrupts the podcast, gross new emojis, and more.

The Alienated American Male

Why are so many men turning off, tuning out, and dropping out? Christina & Danielle explore this disturbing trend with Timothy Carney, author of the new book "Alienated America." PLUS men's revenge on VDay & more. 


Is it "New Year's Eve with nuclear weapons?" as surprise guest David Frum asserts to Christina and Danielle? Worst VDay fails, talking vaginas, walking penises, and much MUCH more.

Meet the Intellectual Blonde Web

Sure, we may have dark roots -- but Danielle & Christina have an otherwise stimulating conversation with Claire Lehmann, editor of the fabulous online journal, Quillette. PLUS what is the correct posture for, um, a dick pick?


Men identifying as women are challenging women's sports, women's organizations, women's spaces, and even the very definition of womanhood itself. Feminist Meghan Murphy tells Christina & Danielle how she was banned from Twitter for defending women who didn't want to give a trans woman a bikini wax.

How to Reconnect With Your Kids

The one FREE & best thing you can do for your children to set them up for life. Author Meghan Cox Gurdon reveals the miracle effects of reading aloud. Plus Christina & Danielle debate the new Gillette ad and more.


Did Farrakhan followers and other radicals kill the Women's March? Leah McSweeney discusses her explosive Tablet magazine article on the movement's meltdown. Plus, watch out, it's JanuHairy!

Season 2

Have Yourself a Very PC Christmas & a Woke New Year

Christina & Danielle discuss how we all seem to be getting the holidays wrong in the finale of Season 2.

The Jordan Peterson You Don't Know

The globally bestselling author of "The 12 Rules for Life" reveals to Christina & Danielle the secrets of his long marriage, why dating apps suck, how to handle a belligerent toddler, why his feminist critics are wrong, and more in this podcast recorded before a live audience at the American Enterprise Institute.

Why Are Millennials Having So Little Sex?

The culture has never been more tolerant of every type of sex, but young people are shying away from it. The Atlantic's Kate Julian joins Danielle & Christina to explain this unprecedented trend.

Ep.16: Holiday Onslaught

Christina & Danielle brace for the season of binge drinking PLUS catch up on the most crazy recent #metoo stories and listener feedback.

Ep.15: Friendship in the Age of Partisanship

Pulitzer-prize winning historian Anne Applebaum recounts her losses of friendships over two continents from political extremism. Danielle & Christina explain why they remain her firm BFFs. 

Ep.13: Thanksgiving Survival Guide

From disgusting traditional foods to that crazy uncle, we have you covered. Danielle & Christina entertain guest mansplainer David Sommers on sports, and author Diana Butler Bass on how to be more grateful.

Ep.12: The Happiest Hooker

America's most successful licensed prostitute, Alice Little of the Moonlight Bunny Ranch, makes the case for legalized brothels. Meanwhile Christine & Danielle worry about an invasion of sexbots.

Ep.11: Think You're Angry & Have Problems?

The Republican Women for Progress faces the thankless task of trying to bring moderate female voters back to the GOP. Christina and Danielle talk girl politics and more in this special mid-term election podcast.

Ep.10: Moms to the Rescue!

The majority of Americans agree on gun control measures that will prevent massacres and respect the 2nd Amendment. Shannon Watts tells us why it will be mothers who will turn the tide in this deadly debate. Guest femsplainer Meghan Cox Gurdon joins Danielle in this timely pre-election interview.

Ep.9: Take Good Care of My Baby

Has too much screen time and helicopter parenting contributed to an increasingly helpless and depressed new generation of students? Greg Lukianoff, co-author of "The Coddling of the American Mind," mansplains the problem to Danielle & Christina. 

Ep.8: Dog Park Rape Culture (& Other Hoaxes)

Helen Pluckrose reveals to Christina & Danielle how she and two professor colleagues fooled some of the most prestigious academic journals into publishing blatantly silly articles.

Ep.7: Fly-on-the-Wall to History

What happens when a Craig's List ad leads you to a job in the White House? Beck Dorey-Stein, author of the memoir From the Corner of the Oval, reveals to Christina & Danielle what it's really like working for the President.

Ep.6: Animal Houses

Are all-boys schools and frats still breeding grounds for binge drinking and sexual assault? The Atlantic contributor Emily Yoffe & Millennial Mansplainer Nat Frum reveal all to Danielle and guest co-splainer Melinda Sidak.

Ep. 5: We're Having a Theybie!

Sexual neuroscientist Dr. Debra Soh on gender neutral parenting, trendy transsexuals, why women don't commit sex crimes and other sexy issues with Christina and Danielle. 

Ep. 4: Firing Up

The magnificent Margaret Hoover discusses her recent reboot of "Firing Line," the famous TV show hosted by William F. Buckley, with Christina and Danielle -- and what it's like to be a president's great-grandaughter and more.

Ep.3: Lock Them Up

Obsessive fears have created a culture in which children's freedom is now drastically curtailed. Parents who let their kids play outside or walk to school alone face arrest. How did this happen? Kim Brooks, author of "Small Animals: Parenthood in the Age of Fear" femsplains to Danielle and guest co-host, Meghan Cox Gurdon.

Ep. 2: Is Til-Death-Do-Us-Part Marriage Dead?

Vicki Larson, co-author of "The New I Do," thinks so. She suggests an array of modern alternatives to romantic sticklers Christina Hoff-Sommers and Danielle Crittenden.

Season 2 Premiere: Reunited & It Feels So Good!

Christina and Danielle catch up on all the news and listeners' questions after a summer apart.

Season 1

Ep. 12: The Magic World of Sally Quinn

Washington's leading hostess of Georgetown cocktail parties is also a serious student of the occult. Christina & Danielle explore both worlds with the famous & fabulous journalist as they discuss Quinn's new memoir, FINDING MAGIC: A Love Story.

Ep. 11: Monsters, Pervs & Bad Boys

Sexual predators come in all types. But should they all be treated the same way? Christina & Danielle explore the dark world of sexual deviancy with The Atlantic's Emily Yoffe.

Ep. 10: Now Take Off Your Clothes

Models face a constant barrage of sexual exploitation, harassment and improper demands. Too often agencies collude with the perps. Where's the fashion industry's #MeToo? Top model Sara Ziff, founder of the Model Alliance, reveals the ugly side of the beauty business to Christina and Danielle. 

Ep. 9: Has Porn Ruined Sex?

Adult film star Chanel Preston reveals all to Christina & Danielle in this fascinating conversation about the effects of porn on us, our lovers, our culture, and our children.

Ep. 8: How Do You Know He/She is the One?

David Frum takes your questions on love and marriage with Christina and his wife of now 30 years, co-host Danielle.

Ep 7: Don't Worry, Be Happy

Discover how life only gets better after age 50, even for us sagging femsplainers! Listen to Christina & Danielle's uplifting discussion with Jonathan Rauch, author of "The Happiness Curve."

Ep. 6: Sex, Drugs & Redemption

Mandy Stadtmiller's long night's journey into day. Join Christina & Danielle in candid conversation with the author of the new book "Unwifeable."

Ep. 5: The Ayaan Hirsi Ali You DON'T Know

An intimate girls' night out with the celebrated champion of Islamic women's rights. (She's also our BFF.) Ayaan Hirsi Ali joins Danielle and Christina for the latest episode of The Femsplainers.

Ep. 4: Is it Okay if I Kiss You?

What's a frat boy to do in the post #metoo era? Millennials Nat & Joe mansplain the answer. And what's a young woman to do with these men? The witty and brilliant Caitlin Flanagan femsplains the way.

Ep. 3: Sex, Lies & Presidents

You won't believe how similar the Clinton/Trump sex scandals are -- and the women who enable them. Recorded before a live audience at the AEI/Ricochet Podcast Summit, Danielle and Christine talk with columnist Mona Charen, author of the forthcoming book "Sex Matters."


Ep. 2: Tina Brown's Vanity Fair Diaries

Tina Brown joins Christina and Danielle on this episode of The Femsplainers. The legendary editor dishes on legends—and how she managed it all.


Ep. 1: The Femsplainers: How We Met and What We Drank

In their debut episode, Christina and Danielle reminisce about how they first met: in a TV studio before a debate with the founder of modern feminism, Betty Friedan. Christina smoked, Danielle did a shot, and Betty lunged at them over the podium. That's when they knew they would be BFFs. Featured cocktail: Kir Royale.


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