Jeena Bloom is a transgender female comedian that grew up in the world of male pop culture. Now living her best life, she’s bringing the loudest, bro-iest pieces of pop culture from her old life to her favorite female comics
Each week, Shweet! A Ladies Guide To Bro Culture will feature a female comedian that will watch or experience, for the first time, a movie, tv show or experience geared toward men. Another comic that is already a fan will join the broadcast and both will discuss with Jeena their experiences, and what it tells them about the world of men and bro culture.
Join Jeena and her guests each week where everything from professional wrestling to Nicholas Cage action movies to Crossfit is open for debate.
Tammy Lived a Life of Quiet Desperation (Hooter...
Happy Pride everybody! In honor of the queerest month of the year, this supersize episode of Shweet! features a gay brunch at Hooters, starring unimpressed first timer comedian Margo Reiss and two apologists, comedians Chris Moore and Rosa Escandon! It's hot wings at the gayest, campiest restaurant in all the land: Hooters! Jeena and her merry band of queers comics throw shade at the wings, the uniforms, the Hooters rulebook but have nothing but nice things to say about the bathrooms! YASSSS HENNY!
I Should Try to be the Jazz Person (Nightmare o...
Last week's guests Katharyn Henson and Melissa Diaz are back and switching roles! This time we talk about Freddy Krueger and all things teen horror with as Katharyn has never seen A Nightmare on Elm Street 3: Dream Warriors and Melissa is a big fan who can't wait to talk about Freddy. That is until Jeena derails her own show by talking about her lost ability to lucid dream herself into literally flying around and having mundane sex. We won't learn much about the movie or the men who watched it, but you will learn more than you ever cared to learn about your host on this week's episode of Shweet!
Sunday Albino C*ck (Neutral Milk Hotel vs Laury...
On this special episode, Jeena and her guests explore musical geniuses that put out one good album and then left the scene. Comic Melissa Diaz has never heard any of the indie music bro classic "In the Aeroplane Over the Sea" by Neutral Milk Hotel and fellow comic Katharyn Henson has never heard the entirety of Lauryn Hill's "The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill" so they swap favorites and talk it out. Two artists released classic albums in 1998 and quit, but have very different reputations now. Can female artists gain mystique by walking away from their art like male artists? That's the discussion on this episode of Shweet!
Life is Prison (The Entourage Movie)
Hug it out with Jeena and funny lady Carolyn Bergier as they take a deep dive into 2015' Entourage movie. Comic and unabashed Entourage fan Eitan Levine drops by to defend the seemingly indefensible! Marriages and friendships will be tested! Featuring jet skis, finance drama, so many problematic men, and no discernible dramatic conflict- it's the continuing adventures of Vince, E, Ari, Turtle and Drama as they navigate the difficulties of being straight white men with unlimited money and spare time on Shweet! OHH YEAH!
He Was Talking with His Whole Face (Varsity Blues)
Jeena and More Banana founder Cait Moldenhauer join forces to initiate comedian Nadia Quinn into the manly football film world of the 1999 hunkfest Varsity Blues. Cait and Nadia become real life versions of two of the women in this movie while Jeena ranks the hotness of James Van Der Beek and all of the actors playing high school boys. It's not creepy if they are actually 31 years old! It's Friday Night Lights for Dummies on this episode of Shweet! Now get out there and play like gods!
"Oh Cubes! Cubes in Cubes! A Cube Made Out of C...
You know what the problem with Hollywood is? They make shit. Unbelievable, unremarkable shit. And Jeena brings comedian Chloe Koser into a world of Hollywood shit with her first viewing of the 2001 John Travolta/Hugh Jackman action hack-a-thon "Swordfish." NYC comedy mainstay Gianmarco Soresi drops by to explain how this movie provided his sexual awakening while Jeena can't seem to get over some wildly inflated compounded interest calculations. It's 50,000 watts of bro culture on this episode of Shweet!
"Please Go Out With Me, D'Angelo Russell" (Bask...
This week Shweet! puts it all on the court as Jeena explores the world of professional basketball with comedians Jax Dell'Osso, who has never seen an NBA game live, and Veronica Garza, who is a ball player at heart above all things. Just days before recording the episode, the trio saw a Nets vs Cavs game together at Barclays Center in Brooklyn. Jax and Jeena have provide thorough ratings of all the man butt on the court, while Veronica provides an in-depth treatise on the theory and practice of basketball from all possible angles. Listen as they explore everything from basketball haircuts to crop tops on men to the finances of the WNBA while sometimes also talking about the actual game!
My Penis is My Favorite Thing - Mortal Kombat 1995
Jeena takes a journey into the tournament of Mortal Kombat, the 1995 film adaptation of the popular video game. NYC comedian Sarah Hartshorne watches the movie for the first time while fellow NYC comedian Sarah Kennedy acts as the enthusiastic tour guide to the mysterious Outworld, a land where a fighting competition somehow determines the fate of the universe, a woman forcibly gets a bad blowout and a French guy becomes an Asian thunder god. It's non-toxic masculinity at its best, so GET OVER HERE!
Not as Profound as a Dog Fart - Insane Clown Po...
Jeena does a deep dive into the oddly apocalyptic world of rap duo Insane Clown Posse and their multi-platinum selling album “The Great Milenko.” Comedian Marisa Riley joins Jeena as they both venture into ICP for the first time and both come out of the experience mildly amused. Comic and confirmed Juggalo Joseph Roberts drops by and the trio extol the wonders of chosen families of all types over some delicious Diet Faygo.
Neither of Them Knows How to do Stuff - The Pro...
The discussion turns to the problematic 1998 action movie “The Professional”, featuring a way too young Natalie Portman killing people in her underwear. Jeena welcomes Professional first-timer comedian Caitlin Ruppert and circumspect fan/comedian Erin Lynn O’Connor. A frank discussion about how men sexualize young girls in films and in life, especially filmmaker Luc Besson, follows.
Prancing Around And Calling Each Other Handsome...
Jeena brings writer Nayomi Reghay back to the 80s with Rocky IV. Nayomi is dropped four movies deep into a series she has never seen. Comedian and Rocky superfan Freddy G joins in the fun and they discuss how robots raising children, punching your way out of the Cold War, and how Rocky movies can bring the Democrat party to victory in 2020. Maybe Rocky really can save the world?
Every Kind of Bro - S1E2
Jeena inducts NYC comedian Brittanie Sheree into the 1999 bro classic film “Fight Club” whereupon they constantly break the first and second rule of Fight Club by talking about Fight Club. Fellow NYC comic Shawn Wickens joins as the Designated Apologist and everybody agrees that there needed to be more Helena Bonham Carter.
A Beautiful Bird - S1E1
The journey begins as Jeena welcome her younger sibling Carson Hyde and longtime friend Alan Fessenden as her first guests on the show. The trio discusses the 1989 Patrick Swayze action extravaganza “Road House,” fulfilling Jeena’s promise to make Carson watch the bustin’ heads and breakin’ hearts antics of Mr. Swayze and learn everything he needs to know about being a man.
Introducing Shweet! A Ladies Guide To Bro Cultu...
Jeena Bloom is a transgender female comedian that grew up in the world of male pop culture. Now living her best life, she’s bringing the loudest, bro-iest pieces of pop culture from her old life to her favorite female comics. Each week, Shweet!