On this week's Roundabout Roundup, Terri shouts out a fun and functional YouTube series called Universal Homes. Catherine recommends an episode of the Write About Now podcast featuring writer Caroline Van Hemert, and Nicole is binging another podcast, The Shrink Next Door. Also mentioned: Another episode of Write About Now featuring a true-crime story.
Terri's still obsessing over a years-old situation, while Nicole and Catherine have more recent experience: What do you do when you're in a position to bust a kid for bad behavior? Do you tattle, or no? And if so, how?
It's another paperwork complaint: Choosing an emergency contact person to list on various and sundry forms. Turns out it's even harder to select that person when they'd have to be responsible for our pets. Mentioned: Petego Pet Tube Kennel.
On this week's entertainment-themed Round 2, there was much dancing: A new season of So You Think You Can Dance debuted, and Bob Fosse danced his last on the finale of Fosse/Verdon. Mentioned: An interview with Ann Reinking on her relationship with Fosse.
Next week: We'll continue with SYTYCD and resume our West Wing watch with "In God We Trust."
Hey, airlines: We have some brilliant ideas! There are so many ways you could make the air-travel experience easier and happier for families, and this whole episode is a brainstorming session just for you.
On this week's Roundabout Roundup, Nicole shouts out the Vdara, the Las Vegas hotel with the handy robots (mentioned on Monday's episode). Terri discovered an amusing and adorable YouTube series starring Kevin Nealon. And Catherine's happy she won't have to scour store shelves for printer ink, thanks to HP's Instant Ink service.
On this week's Round 4, our kids aren't obsessed with the K-pop boy band BTS, but Terri went to the concert anyway—twice! And that got us talking about our kids' concert experiences, and our own.
Today's Round 3 is not for the weak of stomach. Skip this one if you don't want to join us in recalling and complaining about all the disgusting ways we've had to show love and care for our dogs.
On this week's entertainment-themed Round 2, the tumultuous story of the tumultuous Fosse-Verdon marriage continues on Fosse/Verdon's "Nowadays" (but at least we get some musical numbers).
Meanwhile, over on The West Wing, the show has suddenly become a spy thriller, as Leo jets off to Cuba in the dead of night and we flash back to Kate's CIA past on "Ninety Miles Away."
Next week, we'll finish Fosse/Verdon with its final episode, "Providence," and keep on dancin' with a new season of So You Think You Can Dance.
After Nicole encountered a room-service delivery robot in Las Vegas, we talked about the many handy household uses we would have for robot technology.
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