In the Halloween episode, Spooktacularly Underwhelmed, Christie and Nicole discuss the differences between the “Suburban Halloween” Christie is experiencing and the “Urban Halloween” Nicole is partaking in this year.
Christie reviews all the things that go into a “Suburban Halloween” including: Halloween decorations, being “Booed”, family costumes, farm entry fees and the high cost of pumpkins, and neighborhood activities. Nicole describes her limited involvement with Halloween as she is experiencing the “Urban Halloween” and reminisces on the costumes she created as a child. The duo also touches on different types of inappropriate Halloween costumes and whether or not apple picking is really that great of an experience.
Christie and Nicole discuss the recent allegations against Harvey Weinstein and how they are surprised by how shocked people are since things like this happen in corporate America all the time - regardless of location or industry. This spirals off into a conversation regarding their experiences in corporate America and the things and events that have amused and underwhelmed them. Nicole also touches upon the differences between corporate America and working in education as a teacher.
The duo touches on buzz words, workplace lingo, navigating corporate politics, open format and millennial friendly work environments, corporate philanthropy events, working with all different kinds of people, and giving 110% effort to your company.
In their very first episode, Christie and Nicole discuss their status as Xeninals has caused them to develop complex feelings toward social media and technology as a whole.