Tamar has been loving watching romance on TV since Dylan McKay rolled out from under that car and took Brenda Walsh's breath away.
Thirty years later, with a master's degree in Social Work, Tamar now loves using her clinical expertise to analyze and dissect these relationships written for the screen.
Tamar is partial to 'ships involving bad boys, ie, Tim Riggins, Logan Echolls, and Mickey Milkovich. She loves a good enemies-to-lovers story and also really enjoys watching platonic relationships turn romantic over a loooooong slow burn.
Wanna talk about anything you heard on the podcast or recommend a show you think Tamar would love? Find her on twitter @writertqb!
Christine grew up watching All My Children and Degrassi Jr. High rather than Sesame Street, so she was pretty sure she had no choice other than to become a professional 'shipper.
Years later, after Christine found herself writing as a TV critic, she realized that there are many other people who want to have a genuine discourse around analyzing (and respectfully debating) love triangles and tropes.
Christine is a big fan of 'ships that feature an underdog, and all of the nerdy boys who are Seth Cohen. She is currently working on her first novel and can also be heard on, "Long Live the Hart: A Hart of Dixie Podcast," where she breaks down Hart of Dixie episode by episode.
If you want to chat more with Christine, you can find her on Twitter @ChrissyMarie47 (but no one calls her Chrissy.)