On a very special episode of Couples Therapy... that's right, folks, today we're breaking format again, not with an unlocked Patreon ep, but with a ep full of comments and questions and JUST US! As you may know, Andy got the Coco back in September after taking his mask off at an Emmys after-party for a second to eat an hors d'oeuvres, and then he got backed up listening to YOUR comments and updates. Since it's the first episode of the year, we thought we'd ease into things and catch up with YOU the listener! And in the second half of the show, we answer some advice questions that we never were able to get to in 2022. Just us, intimate as all get out, to start your new year off smoothly! And if you'd like to ask your own advice questions, call 323-524-7839 and leave a VM or just DM us on IG or Twitter!
Support the show on Patreon (two extra exclusive episodes a month!) or with a t-shirt (or a Jewboo shirt) and check out clips on YouTube! (Every once in a while we'll do a Twitch show, if you want to also follow us there). Plus! Check out Andy's old casiopop band's lost album! And discounted Couples Therapy Quarantine Crew t-shirts here (if you don't get one, we're gonna have A LOT of nightshirts over at the ol' Beckperigin household!)!
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