This episode marks the long awaited, post-camp return to Marry Me but this return marks a few changes. For the time being, due to scheduling issues the show will be released on a monthly basis. In addition to this, we welcome a new voice to the show. Cullen is tucked away in Nicaragua so we’ll be joined by the delightful Connor Gwin until he returns. In this episode the gang focuses on the purpose of dowry’s and what relevance (if any) they serve today. This episode also features guest Emily Perper.
In this episode Cullen, Kevin, Susan and an articulate entity known only as “Ghost” sit down, not to answer questions, but to discuss Kevin’s very first wedding experience. We learn that a man, educated by television, has very little knowledge of wedding procedures and that even the Editor-In-Chief of a humor magazine has problems with sex jokes.
In this episode Cullen, Kevin and Susan sit down with feminist, Kaity O’Reilly to discuss feminism and it’s relation to marriage. We find out how marriage relegates traditional gender roles and debate as to whether or not it still has that effect. Kevin and Cullen talk about fishing and more, all in this week’s episode of Marry Me!
In this episode Cullen, Kevin and Susan try to figure out why someone would go dutch on an engagement ring and should they? THEN they spend about ten minutes getting down to the nitty gritty of how being a feminist interferes with getting married… well they try to, until Cullen has to run off to an acapella practice, but don’t worry, they’ll continue the discussion soon.
In this episode Cullen, Kevin and Susan take an in depth look at engagements, determining the effectivness of long term engagements, and attempting to answer the timeless question of how to know when you’re actually ready to get married. In this episode they are joined by special guests Emma Wright (Cullen’s girlfriend) and Richard Cole who stops by to discuss his own engagement over twenty years ago.
In this week’s episode Cullen, Kevin and Susan discuss fall weddings as Kevin finds himself invited to one. The three struggle to answer the question of how to cope with a “new roommate” of the opposite gender (specifically: a spouse) who enjoys potty humor and wonder what it takes to make the sudden leap into living together once married.
In this week’s episode Cullen, Kevin and Susan discuss the effects of the government shutdown on weddings/marriages. Then contemplate the ethical intricacies of getting married for the right reasons, be it love or some sort of “get rich quick” scheme.