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Well Well Villanelle: A Killing Eve Podcast

Killing Eve SNACK - The Legend of Eve Polastri Part V

Description

With probably the shortest release we've done in over a year, we close out this ridiculous 5-part snack with a last muse on Villanelle's past lovers, a tangent into music and films inspired by the Great Depression era, and we discuss how the Killing Eve official accounts are still trolling us all. A special thank you all the essential workers still hustling and working amidst this pandemic, and to all of our listeners around the world. We love you guys!


As always, if you have any thoughts (or feelings) about a topic we discussed or Polastri theories of your own to share, please do so by emailing us at heyyouguys@wellwellvillanelle.com or hitting us up on social media. Episode chapter marks + relevant links are below. Follow us on all the things for daily screaming about #Villaneve #EveOnHerKneesforVillanelle2020 #VillanelleOnHerKneesforEve2020 #DarkEveRising @wellwellvillanelle @wellvillanelle


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Chapter Marks:


0:31 - Musing on the death fake-outs and Villanelle's many lovers

7:27 - Thank you for noticing the queer!

7:57 - A query about when Gentleman Jack Crack resumes

9:39 - Cab Calloway and irresistible media about the Great Depression

12:27 - Taylor Swift's brother's band did the thing

14:27 - SPOTTED ON TWITTER/TUMBLR

14:41 - A perfect meme to describe the official KE account trolling us all

15:35 - Comparing Villanelle's convo with Irena with a scene from Person of Interest

17:35 - Side muse: Was Irina talking about herself as well?

18:35 - Poor Mo tried, but can't do it like Ophelia

19:22 - The way Eve describes Villanelle is singular

21:20 - FINAL TAKES

29:25 - FAVORITE LINE OF THE WEEK

33:01 - Announcements + Country Rundown!


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