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Wheels Up

Wheels Up
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A Criminal Minds Podcast. Two lesbians submit themselves to 300+ episodes (and the spinoffs) to bring you an episode-by-episode look at wonders of the BAU. We Love It. We Hate It. We're Doing It. Join us. Follow us on twitter and insta: WheelsUpPod

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Latest Episodes

We've finally earned out name this week! Gideon says "wheels up" for the first time and James definitely gets a little tooo drunk to celebrate. We're desperately trying to point that milf-ification beam at JJ. Criminal Minds proves itself to be a mak... more

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2 days ago

Planes, Trains, and Automobiles! Oh my! In these week's episode of Wheels Up, we point out a lot of inconsistencies, James doesn't understand several points, and Bee says Minnesota weird. Welcome back to Wheels Up with an episode we expected to go up... more

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16 days ago

One day we'll have an episode where we ONLY talk about Criminal Minds. This is not that episode. Bee and Jay are BACK and they're talking Supernatural, super hell, and being super hot. more

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a month ago

Reviews

5 out of 5 stars from 12 ratings
  • Lovely

    Hosts are delightful! Found them while looking for updates on a different criminal minds podcast and have been obsessed ever since. I love their weird tangents—feels like hanging out with friends

    Apple Podcasts
    5
    Harperlylylyly
    United States4 months ago
  • If you like bullying the early 2000s, hot lady cops and the phrase “Bonkers!”....

    You will love this Criminal Minds podcast. Also Bee and James are great co-hosts.

    Apple Podcasts
    5
    token gay aussie
    Australiaa year ago
  • Wheels Up

    This podcast is really good, very well done and very entertaining. Y’all should go listen to it :)

    Apple Podcasts
    5
    potterhead626797
    United Statesa year ago

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