Sassenachs everywhere will love this episode of the Nerdagram podcast. We’re typing your favorite time-traveling heroine and her Highlander friends. Check out this episode and let us know what you think!
On Wednesdays we wear pink, but on Tuesdays we listen to the latest episode of the Nerdagram Podcast. This millennial cult classic is one most of our listeners know well, even if Kate had never seen it before. We had fun typing these mean girls. Did we get them right?
As we come to the end of Black History Month, Lance and Kate thought it was important to read a black story, told by a black author. Enter Seven Days in June by Tia Williams. Williams did her job because the characters were so well-developed that Lance and Kate came into the studio convinced of their enneagram types… and they agreed! Check out this episode- which has a particular focus on the enneagram 2.
This week we revisited another well known film featuring black heroines. Once again, we were treated with incredible performances and a great story. The characters from the Help were complex, rich, and beautifully acted. We feel good about how we typed them. What do you think?
This week we watched the Color Purple, a film adapted from Alice Walker’s book by the same title. In 1983, Walker earned the Pulitzer Prize for fiction, and it’s safe to say the cast did this story justice. Do you agree with how we typed them?
This week, Lance and Kate jumped into the MCU to type the lead characters from the Black Panther. Did you agree with our typing?
The January book club pick was Jonathan Strange & Mr. Norrell. While these magicians are focused on bringing magic back to England (and making it respectable), Lance and Kate were focused on understanding these characters through the lens of the enneagram. Check out this episode and tell us what you think.
In this week’s episode, we typed your favorite characters from the 90s. What enneagram type do you think Ross, Rachel, Monica, Chandler, Joey, and Phoebe are? You can see where we landed, but listen to the episode to hear WHY.
This charming Disney film is a celebration of family, and the ways our individual gifts strengthen the whole. But what happens when one member of the family doesn’t seem as special as the others?
In this episode, we did a quick discussion of the less prominent family members and then honed in on Luisa, Isabella, Abuela Alma, and Mirabel!
The December read for the Nerdagram Book Club was the classic, A Christmas Carol, by Charles Dickens. There weren’t many characters to type (unless you have a guess for the characters as portrayed by the Muppets), but we made up for that by going deep into the typing for Scrooge. Don’t miss this episode!