This week on Everything is Fine

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Jenn’s in Iceland being creative (see above) and I’m in Brooklyn with Covid in this episode (I’ve since recovered), and we’re talking about the hell that social media can wreak on our productivity, and being mindful, vis a vis our screen habits. Also, having an existence separate from our partners, making our lives suit ourselves, the particular way the pandemic made us all crazy, what we’re watching, and more. Listen in on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, or wherever you get your podcasts.

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    lc
    30 Nov 2021
    7:40pm

    Great outfit on Jen in Iceland –at first I thought it was a photo of the model Lili Sumner!

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    Mimi A.
    30 Nov 2021
    12:04pm

    BTW, the actress who plays Andie MacDowell’s daughter in “Maid,” Margaret Qualley, is her daughter IRL and she recommended Andie for the role. I also thought “Maid” was terrific. This was a nice, chatty episode of EIF. I love that Kim and Jenn, despite their many talents and great successes, are so real and candid about their insecurities, disappointments and frustrations. Those are part of the bouillabaisse of life, even when everything is seemingly fine.

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    Angela
    8 Dec 2021
    5:37pm

    Jenn looks happy and adorable!

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    Liz
    30 Nov 2021
    2:03am

    Great episode, as always. I’m with Jen on Succession, but all of my favorite shows and movies tend to be character-driven and heavy on witty dialogue with very little plot. It reminds me of Whit Stillman’s Metropolitan and Last Days of Disco. There was even a Tom and Greg-type friendship in Metropolitan. It also kind of reminds me of my favorite Robert Altman films. And I kind of love that it has no real plot because I can never remember what happened from one season of a show to the next.

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