The Piglettes (Kether Donohue, Lauran September, Gigi Graff and Hilary Anderson) are back for the second week in a row! They weigh in on the week’s big releases including a small indie picture called Captain America: Civil War, then they unveil trailers for all new franchise pictures starring women instead of the usual, boring dudes. It’s a killer time, so grab a glass of popcorn and let the ladies of Pigdom help you through the movie labyrinth!
The Film Piglettes, led by the aggressively marvelous energy of Kether Donohue (You’re the Worst, Grease Live,) once again take over the proceedings. Flanked by Lauran September (The Muppets,) Gigi Graff (Free the Nipple,) and Hilary Anderson (Married with Children,) Kether takes us on a journey through the week’s big movie releases including Keanu and Mother’s Day. Then the Piglettes deliver an impassioned appeal for gender equality in film making. If you think the boys know how to knock back popcorn, you’ve got another thing coming.
In this all woman episode of your favorite ever show of all times, You’re The Worst’s Kether Donohue hosts with guest Hilary Anderson and two other ladies who look absolutely nothing like Janet Varney and Aya Cash. They judge some movies rashly, drink popcorn, giggle uncontrollably, and unveil a trailer for the first ever live action Pixar movie. Everyone loves lady Pigs!
What’s the best way to celebrate your 150th episode? With family, of course! Hilary and Colby Anderson join the boys for the 150th round of Rash Judgments and popcorn drinking! Also, a very serious public service announcement. It’s very special, people!
The Film Pigs are joined once again by actress/singer/educator Hilary Anderson, wife of one of the guys (we can’t remember which one). She charms the guys with her Rash Judgment, and keeps pace with them in the realm of popcorn. Then, a trailer for an enlightening new movie that challenges you to have faith! Kick up your feet, it’s fun time with the Pigs time once again!
It’s a hostile takeover of the Pigs in this all-woman edition of the show! Kether Donohue, Janet Varney, Chelsey Donn, and Hilary Anderson do what Steve, Todd and Steve usually do with the popcorns and the Rash Judgments and the silly sketchings. And men are relegated to sexually objectified pieces of furniture in this game-changer. Which, after all, is how it should be.