Episode 11 - The Marvelous Mrs Marble


On this episode of Bitter Coffey, we’re firing right into thins by talking about BJ’s (you know, the wholesale store). Kelly and Darek read some iTunes reviews and give some shoutouts. It’s Super Bowl weekend, so there’s plenty of talk about..the Puppy Bowl and the wonders of the MarbleLympics. We finally get into the wonders of the Marvelous Mrs Maisel and Darek has a new podcast sign-off! In the “cold close”, Kelly shares her early morning podcast listening routine and the delicate way she wakes Michele up to share it.

Episode 10 - A Unicorn That Invented Fire

We’re back, and we’re full of gluten! On this episode of Bitter Coffey, Kelly and Darek address some of the feedback about their “desert island” bands, explore the fashion phenomenon that is Shooties, discuss methods for dismissing guests who have overstayed their welcome and tease an upcoming conversation about The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel. There’s also talk of bands who’ve evolved over time, courtesy of a topic discussed on the Fan Story podcast.

Episode 9 - Hibiscus Cloudberry

Bitter Coffey is back from its holiday hiatus and Kelly and Darek are firing into the new year hopped up on Hibiscus Cloudberry Polar seltzer. On this episode Kelly gets stuck in an elevator, has a useless conversation with Comcast and shares some incredible Christmas gifts from Boredwalk T-Shirts. The Random Question this week finds our hosts sharing their top three “desert island” musical artists and there’s an exciting announcement about the impending listener call-in show.

Episode 8 - Juice Box of Wine

On this very special, injury free, episode of Bitter Coffey, we’re in the Christmas spirit, we’re making major life announcements and we’re experimenting with our first ever cold close. Is that even a thing? Find out after the outro music! Also, the subscriber mugs have arrived and Kelly has a new Twitter handle. There’s also talk about the different versions of the Winnie the Pooh theme song, green candy flavors, the horror of company Christmas parties, what your Christmas lights say about you, and we find out the strangest Christmas gifts Kelly and Darek have ever received.

Episode 7 - Jackpot That B

Another episode, another unfortunate injury. Kelly tells the origin story of her hurt shoulder (spoiler, it has to do with Fox News). She also shares the story of meeting her friend Cedric (AKA iTunes reviewer ced0882). Kelly and Darek send a special shout out to Kelly’s neighbor, and fan of the show Devon, discuss their beloved pets, their shared mall employment experience, the perils of locker room nudity, the ways nicknames happen and lament the concept of short pants.

Episode 6 - Grease Job

On this episode of Bitter Coffey it’s official Snow Couch Season! Kelly suffers a “debilitating” hot tea injury, and points out that giving blood is a perfect excuse to take a nap. Continuing the healthcare theme, it turns out that cold and flu season is accurately named and that a gluten free lifestyle is about as much fun as you’d expect.

Episode 5 - Laugh Yourself Into Better

On this episode of Bitter Coffey, Kelly and Darek talk about the challenges of eating healthier, reminisce about their respective drivers ed experiences, discuss names that shouldn’t be applied to children, develop an exciting new game show inspired by repetitious streaming television commercials, draw parallels between raking leaves and nuclear proliferation and read some of your iTunes reviews.

Episode 4 - They Call it 'Merch'

On episode 4 of Bitter Coffey, Darek and Kelly talk about the launch of the pod, read some listener email, make a surprise discovery about house balls, talk about Kelly's passion for demonstrations and share their love for the Great British Baking Show. We also make an announcement about a special giveaway!

Episode 3 - House Balls & Crickets

In episode 3 of this freshly-dubbed "comedy" podcast, Kelly and Darek revisit the concept of "thirsty", workshop alternative podcast concepts, discuss the unfortunate affliction of verbal diarrhea, touch on Hulu's "The First" and go deep to examine The Sutherland Dilemma.