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I Never Saw That.
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A Podcast About ’90s Pop Culture and Montana.
From 1994-1996, Jen was sent to a “therapeutic boarding school” in The Middle of Nowhere, Montana (she had some issues). She remained there for two years. That meant a lot of things, but one is that Jen missed two full years of popular culture when she was 16-18 years old. Join Jen and Micah and revisit your old faves as they travel back to the mid-90s to watch, listen to, and talk about what Jen missed (and Montana).
We are both human people. We are married to each other (gross) and we live in Seattle, Wash. We met a long time ago while in college, where we were both DJs for our college radio station. We spent some time living in Olympia, Wash. and then 9 years living in Los Angeles, Calif. before landing in Seattle, where Jen enjoys not exercising and Micah enjoys experimenting with various beard lengths. We have two children who are terrible and wonderful. We make each other laugh a great deal.
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If you’re just checking us out, THANK YOU so so much! Here is our intro episode, which provides important context and also has a couple sneak peeks at the next two episodes so you can decide if you want to continue with this shit. Play it below or right click to download it.
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RSS Feed: www.ineversawthat.com/feed/podcast
Subscribe: You can find I Never Saw That on iTunes or wherever you get your podcasts as well as on our website.
Schedule: I Never Saw That releases episodes weekly, on Mondays at midnight. (PT)
Facebook group: www.facebook.com/groups/ineversawthat/
Some people have listened to us for some reason. Here’s what they had to say:
I Never Saw That is not a dark podcast by any means, even with its sometimes dark conversations. It’s a fun, lighthearted podcast with moments that sometimes get real. What makes it such an interesting nostalgia podcast is that because of these conversations, it isn’t just a fun conversation about the 90’s between friends, even though it does that well; it’s also a rumination about what makes us nostalgic, how nostalgia defines a generation, and what those gaps in pop culture mean to people.
I listen to a lot of podcasts nostalgic for the 90s, but this one has without a doubt the most interesting premise. Isolated from all pop culture from 1994 to 1996, Jen is now going back to discover what she missed, with the help of her husband, Micah. Along the way, she also shares stories about why she has a gap during those years. She’s honest and open about it, which I find so admirable. Not only is the concept behind the podcast super interesting, but the dynamic between the couple is funny and entertaining to listen to. I can’t wait to hear what else they cover! Definitely listen to the first episode (“Montana”) before going into the rest of their catalog, to get the background on why this podcast is a thing in the first place.
– Katie from TFGIF podcast
Quickly becoming one of my favorite podcasts, I Never Saw That quite simply hooks you from episode one with Jen’s engrossing and emotional backstory, and keeps you listening with humor, insight, and, of course, discussions of 90s pop-culture. Hosts Jen and Micah are wonderful, witty, well-spoken hosts, that are as entertaining as they are endearing. In a sometimes overwhelming sea of podcasts I Never Saw That sets itself apart by balancing serious and heartfelt content with the humorous minutia of TV and Movies. Make this one a priority.
See you in the ’90s!