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Staying In with Emily & Kumail
In this podcast — whose profits go to charities helping those affected by Coronavirus — Emily V. Gordon and Kumail Nanjiani are uniquely qualified to lead you through this forced quarantine situation. They are both writers who work from home. Emily was a therapist and currently is a chronically sick person (see: The Big Sick) who often has to quarantine herself, and Kumail is her main caretaker. Plus, we both just like being at home. Let us advise you on how to stay calm and avoid cabin fever. Let us give you entertainment recommendations. Let us give you constant updates on the squirrel...
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Ratings & Reviews
4.8 stars from 4,041 ratings
Still think about this show
Miss you two and would definitely listen if you ever decided to make another podcast!
MarionElaine via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 05/16/22
Please continue this podcast
Quarantine may be over (maybe) but that doesn’t mean your podcast should be too! Loved listening to the two of you discussing fun random topics. So sweet, we need more of this! Huzzah!
Latislo via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 04/20/22
why would you leeeeeeeeeave
italy buckets via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 04/01/21
Recent Episodes
On the final episode of the series, Emily and Kumail discuss ways to contribute to Black Lives Matter if you can’t go to protests, the importance of ritual, and guess the lifespans of animals. This Week's Recommendations: Podcasts:  Code Switch What A Day Keep It Still Processing Film &...
Published 06/11/20
Published 06/11/20
Emily and Kumail discuss thinking errors, meta movies, and the delectie process of re-entry into the world. This week’s recommendations:  Last Action Hero Scream Who Framed Roger Rabbit? Boomerang  Yellow Submarine?  Blood Machines Love, Death & Robots
Published 05/28/20
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