Ho, ho, ho, happy almost new year! We're still taking a bit of a break, but as always, we never want to leave you without something to listen to at the gym, while doing dishes or since it's the holiday, as an escape from everything from mild family frustrations to genuinely awful relatives! So this week, we're unlocking the *latest* Paetch episode that we recorded last week. We're discussing everything from vegetarian meals at our wedding to Naomi's anti-depressant journey to a patented Couples Therapy Movie Moment where we discuss the Hallmark Holiday film Hanukkah On Rye. Enjoy, and see you back here next week, same Bat Time, same Bat channel!
While this episode breaks the usual format, if you like what you hear, why not support the show on Patreon (two extra exclusive episodes a month!)? Or grab Andy's pro(?)-Hanukkah song here (for free, or if you kick us a buck or two, all proceeds will be donated to SELAH)! Or support us 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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