Danielle Sepulveres isn’t just a great follow on Twitter, she’s a very talented person who has her hand in many different crafts. Her writing for various fields of relationships, health and pop culture is top notch. She’s also been quite involved with HPV and cervical cancer activism. Her show, The Adult Spelling Bee is a fun and brilliant concept. And, oh yeah, she does stand in and body double work in TV and film. And somehow, she had time to stop by the show where we cover all of that.
On this episode, we are diving into 1988’s Working Girl. A film I saw a long time ago and never returned to. I’m grateful for Danielle picking this, as it is ripe with conversation topics and film appreciation. Going back to it, I’m not quite high on Mike Nichols’ film and I surprisingly had a lot more notes and thoughts here than I did on a David Lynch movie just a couple weeks ago.
This is another really fun episode. And if you haven’t seen Working Girl or gone back to it, go check it out. Also, when this posts, I should have been on The Adult Spelling Bee the night before, so go to YouTube and see how I did!
0:0:50 – Danielle Sepulveres Interview
0:47:42 – Working Girl Discussion
1:14:34 – What Else
The Brandon Peters Show will return tomorrow 1/26 on YouTube with 4K BLUsday and Wednesday 1/27 on the pods with Old Space Show.
Brandon – Shure SM58-LC
Danielle -Laptop mic (Recorded with Zoom and amplified)
NCH Wavepad Masters Edition v8.38
NCH MixPad Masters v5.22
The Levelator 2
RUNTIME: 84 minutes
Working Girl is available on DVD. It is currently streaming on Showtime, Fubo and DirecTV. You can rent or buy it digitally on RedBox, AppleTV, Amazon, YouTube, FandangoNow, Vudu and DirecTV.