Be There in Five is a pop culture and millennial zeitgeist-focused podcast by Kate Kennedy (entrepreneur, author, pop culture commentator). Long-form and solo hosted, Be There in Five explores different facets of popular culture in a comedic, thoughtful, and analytical way, covering entertainment, social media, bloggers/influencers, and celebrities, in addition to focusing on the humor found in reexamining the 90s/00s as an adult (from AIM to Zenon). As one listener described it, “come for the relatable humor and lighthearted topics, stay for the surprising levels of depth and thoughtfulness injected into them.”
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This week, Kate is joined by her sister to discuss what they've been up to, e.g. their unforeseen TV debut, Kate's new appreciation for sports, and the latest updates with the "soft swinging" scandal they recorded about for Patreon in May. Then, they... more
This week, Kate is in and out of coherence as she records responses to listener voicemails throughout week 2 of fertility treatments. Kate-lilah is a play on radio icon Delilah’s soothing highly subjective advice and once a quarter Kate answers liste... more
This week, Kate is joined by Sami Sage (Co-founder and Chief Creative Officer of Betches) to have a stimulating conversation while they both happen to be stimulating their ovaries. They discuss their respective decisions to freeze embryos (briefly! s... more
The victim mentality got old months ago. I haven’t listened to the podcast in months but I do follow Kate on Instagram because I was a fan of her and her personality for a few years. Loved her snorkels, her episodes with her sister, old deep dives, etc. but lately it’s like every little topic is *especially* triggering to *her*. Today she literally said she’s triggered by platform shoes because she’s a “tall girl”. While I’m sure she’s not dead serious, I feel like there’s very little joking beh... more
Kate’s strongest when she’s doing a deep dive on pop culture. Her deep dives on Taylor swift, Mormon mommy bloggers, & LulaRoe leggings are great & the length of these episodes flies by. However, she has recently pivoted to almost exclusively speaking on topics of nostalgia, which unfortunately, is a snooze fest. Her sharp, witty takes have been replaced by the most suburban of banter. Her inability to edit herself down is another low point—only exacerbated by the repetition of the same personal... more
Did you really just compare the trauma of 9/11 to the Presidential Physical Fitness Test? Yikes. more
I listen to a lot of podcasts, but Kate’s is by far my favorite. When I first started listening two years ago, I was shocked that someone could have so many of the same mid 90s - early 00s experiences and thoughts as I did. She’s unlocked so many happy nostalgic memories that I had completely forgotten about, but she also has a way of expressing exactly how I feel about current issues in a way that I’m not always able to articulate on my own. Or she makes points that make me think critically abo... more
I miss the old episodes that snorkeled through multiple topics. I don’t want to listen to over two hours of rants about gym class and field trips.
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