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Ep. 5: Hundreds of Loose Pepcid in My Purse

Ep. 5: Hundreds of Loose Pepcid in My Purse

Kate and Yoko chat with Sachi Ezura, a TV producer and standup comedian (she’s also Yoko’s best friend), about growing up mixed-race in New York City. Also, weird stories that our parents told us that we’re 99% sure are untrue.

Note: During our recording, we called this episode 6. We’re wrong. It’s episode 5. Woops!

Another bizarro ad from Japan: Firefly Man!

Show Notes

Follow Sachi on Tumblr, Twitter, and Instagram, and be sure to check out her podcast, Junk Food!

Letters for Black Lives is a project where second-generation Asians write translated letters to their parents about the Black Lives Matter movement. 

Middle Collegiate Church is an inclusive church in the East Village. They welcome people of all backgrounds and faiths.

Visual References

Babu the bear (???) was all the rage when Sachi and Yoko were in high school.

You knew you were all that if you had these Milky pens.

Fun fact: Zōjirushi means “elephant symbol.”

Ep. 6: There's a Shortage of Tops in New York City

Ep. 6: There's a Shortage of Tops in New York City

Ep. 4: The CTRL + F5 Just to See if You Were Postin'

Ep. 4: The CTRL + F5 Just to See if You Were Postin'