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Talking to Women about Videogames

Jonathan & Tanya

A man talks to women about videogames old and new. A place to hear voices that you won't find anywhere else.


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Latest Episodes

Tanya and Jonathan share impressions of the first few hours of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom and sing out the apology for the Gollum game to the tune of It's So Easy Not To Try from The Return of the King animated film. Gretchen talks about how causal ... more

4 days ago

0:00:00 - The Try It Liquid Diet more

18 days ago

Tanya and Jonathan talk about the death of Waypoint, Vice's videogame journalism division, and how the new Funko Fusion game looks like trashy fun. Guests Casey Explosion and Elly talk about how working in games is fun when it's not work. more

a month ago


4.8 out of 5 stars from 48 ratings
  • I Just Can’t Help It

    I’m a longtime Jonathan Holmes fan and yeah — he’s excellent. Of course he is. But I feel like Tanya is the secret sauce of this show. Not only do the two of them have fantastic chemistry, but she’s just casually one of the funniest people on the planet. And I love that neither of them are afraid to experiment with the structure of the show. TTWAV is one of my favorites!

    Apple Podcasts
    Winter Cereal
    United Statesa year ago
  • Jonathan has some troubling takes about mental health.

    Calls suicide a selfish act most recently. I dunno it’s generally a good podcast but sometimes he says some pretty upsetting things.

    Apple Podcasts
    Horse Tickler
    Canadaa year ago
  • Very fun and compassionate.

    Podcast Addict
    2 years ago
  • Fantastic

    Definitely added to my repertoire. Excellent work!

    Apple Podcasts
    Canada2 years ago
  • Women have dog brains

    Podcast Addict
    derek gatz
    2 years ago

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