June 11th, 2020 | 46 mins 43 secs
adam rapoport, alison roman, chrissy teigen, class, media, race, robin diangelo
Katie regales Jesse with a tale of anti-Herzogian graffiti, and the hosts take a few minutes to thank everyone for the ridiculous start the Patreon is off to. Then they discuss the massive upheavals going on in media, many of them involving people getting fired after instances of perceived discrimination. Is there a problem trying to adjudicate this stuff via Twitter? Also: Katie confronts Yashar Ali and Jesse (sorta) confronts Alison Roman. Plus, Robin DiAngelo comes up again, shockingly.
May 18th, 2020 | 33 mins 57 secs
alison roman, chrissy teigen, diversity trainings, feel-bad liberalism, journalism, marie kondo, media, robin diangelo, the stranger
Katie leads off the show by discussing her layoff from The Stranger and reflecting on her mixed feelings about her time there. This sparks a broader commiseration about journalism being screwed. After Jesse reads Katie a super-thoughtful poem he wrote for her, the hosts tie up some loose ends about that whole Chrissy Teigen/Alison Roman/Marie Kondo thing. Jesse then unpacks a viral tweetstorm that screams "feel-bad liberalism." In the final segment, the hosts unveil the show's new Patreon page and ask listeners to empty their banks accounts to support Blocked and Reported. In other words, PLEASE SUPPORT US ON PATREON: PATREON.COM/BLOCKEDANDREPORTED .
May 10th, 2020 | 24 mins 35 secs
alison roman, chrissy teigen, class, jonny sun, marie kondo, race
Katie and Jesse convene an emergency session of Blocked and Reported to discuss the controversy that has dominated Twitter this weekend. Just how racist is Alison Roman? Just how woman-of-color is Chrissy Teigen? These and other highly sensitive questions, answered definitively!