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Welcome to the final episode of What Would Danbury Do? Season Three. In this very special episode, we delve into that most delightful of rabbit holes: your questions! Thanks so much to everyone who reached out during the season and shared your thoughts, feelings, and comments with us. We had such a good time revisiting Bridgerton on Netflix, Season One, and hearing from all of you.
Shout outs for this episode go to Robin E, Amalie, Kirsten, Liz, Bea, Mia, Justice for Benedict, E, and Lulu.
Here is the media we discussed:
Bridgerton, the TV series
The Five Love Languages by Gary Chapman
On the Way to the Wedding: The Epilogue by Julia Quinn
The Costumes of Bridgerton by WWDD and Hilary Davidson
Whoamance, a podcast
The Consortium Rebellion Trilogy by Jessie Mihalik
Boyfriend Material by Alexis Hall
Red, White & Royal Blue by Casey McQuiston
The Spanish Love Deception by Elena Armas
Get A Life, Chloe Brown by Talia Hibbert
Shipped by Angie Hockman
A Lily Among Thorns by Rose Lerner
The Duke and I by Julia Quinn
The Viscount Who Loved Me by Julia Quinn
North and South, the TV mini-series
Sanditon, the TV series
Theo James’s statement on leaving Sanditon
Persuasion, the upcoming Netflix adaptation
The Noble Art by WWDD and Nancy Langham-Hooper
An Offer from a Gentleman by Julia Quinn
Mr Brightside by The Killers
Mr Brightside by Vitamin String Quartet
You Oughta Know by Alanis Morrissette
Ironic by Alanis Morrissette
Montero (Call Me By Your Name) by Lil Nas X
Uninvited by Alanis Morrissette
I Want to Dance With Somebody by Whitney Houston
Watermelon Sugar by Harry Styles
Hamilton, the Musical
Jupiter Ascending, the film
The Smith-Smythe Quartet by Julia Quinn
This episode is brought to you by Kensington’s newest release from Minerva Spencer, Outrageous. Outrageous is the second book in Minerva’s Rebels of the Ton series about a younger generation of London aristocracy who are breaking the rules of the Regency to follow their dreams and forge their own paths. In Outrageous, readers meet Eva de Courtney, a young woman with a plan to protect her brother by kidnapping the notorious Godric Fleming. But things go awry after she gets him in her carriage and it becomes unclear who is kidnapping whom – and where this carriage ride might end. Booklist called Minerva’s books an irresistible cocktail of smart characterisation, sophisticated sensuality, and sharp wit, and frankly, we agree. We are powerless against a trope-reversal and we stan a forward-thinking heroine. You can find Outrageous and the other books in the Rebels of the Ton series by Minerva Spencer anywhere books are found. Find out more on minervaspencer.com
We’re going to take a little break to help recharge our collective batteries, but don’t forget you can stay in touch via our socials: on twitter and facebook @bridgertonpod and instagram @wwddpod or join the conversation using the hashtag #WWDDpod. You can also leave us a rating or review on your favourite podcast provider. Readers who leave reviews are DEFINITELY diamonds of the first water.
This episode was recorded on the traditional and unceded land of the Gadigal, Wurundjeri and Boonwurrung people and edited by Rudi Bremer on Gadigal country.
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