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TRANSCRIPT of Episode 11: "Disney Store / Pet Dematting Comb"

Updated: Sep 17, 2021



Transcript of Review That Review with Chelsey Donn & Trey Gerrald Episode 11 "Disney Store / Pet Dematting Comb" for the differently abled and those who prefer to read.


Review That Review with Chelsey Donn and Trey Gerrald

Episode 11

THEME SONG: [00:00:00] Everybody's got an opinion.

Every Californian and Virginian.

It's so hard to tell who to trust and who to ignore.

Someone's gotta settle the score.

Trey and Chelsey will help you choose!

Whose views win, which ones lose.

Online haters are comin' for you!

Baby, it's time to Review That Review!


CHELSEY: [00:00:00] Hi.

TREY: [00:00:31] Hi Chelsey. Hello? Hello everyone. All of your listeners. Welcome to Review That Review the podcast dedicated to reviewing...

CHELSEY: [00:00:41] I'm not going to 'Yes, And' that. Is that bad? ...reviews! I don't know what that was. I thought it was Angela at first. And then it changed to like Julie Andrews.

TREY: [00:00:50] I don't even know how I got, I don't know why my voice went there, but I followed it. And I... remember Angela? R I P. Okay, anyway.

CHELSEY: [00:00:57] Oh Angela, anyway, we're just like Siskel and Ebert only instead of reviewing cinematic masterpieces, we rate and review those hilarious scaping and sometimes suspicious online reviews.

TREY: [00:01:09] That's Chelsey Donn and that's Trey Gerrald, and together we are your trusty

VOICEOVER: [00:01:14] The Review Queens.

TREY: [00:01:20] I can't set her up. Thinking, she's going to change...

CHELSEY: [00:01:23] to say Review Queens?

TREY: [00:01:25] Whatever who cares. How's your crown today, Tracy.

CHELSEY: [00:01:28] Oh, Che! Um...

TREY: [00:01:31] It's never going to get old. I'm so obsessed with that. Literally a listener...

CHELSEY: [00:01:36] Hammond Cheese!

TREY: [00:01:37] ...came up with that.

CHELSEY: [00:01:38] Love you. Anyway, my crown's good. It feels like a little bit obstructed by, I'm wearing headphones for the first time, which is a strange experience for me. Like, I feel like I should...

TREY: [00:01:49] ...especially with that top knot! I think that's adding...

CHELSEY: [00:01:52] Yeah, the top knot, like, I I'm, like not sure if the headphones need to go in front of the top knot or behind it, I sort of feel like I'm like recording a song and a booth or doing ADR or something like that. So, I'll get used to it.

TREY: [00:02:05] You have a lot on your head today.

CHELSEY: [00:02:06] I do. There's there's a lot happening. There's... there's many things to coordinate. How are you doing? How's your week been, Trey?

TREY: [00:02:13] Good. I'm good. My week's good. Um, yeah.

CHELSEY: [00:02:16] Oh, wow.

TREY: [00:02:17] How was your week?

CHELSEY: [00:02:18] Sounds good.

TREY: [00:02:18] I'm trying to think...

CHELSEY: [00:02:19] Sounds good. From all the elaborate details you just gave us. I imagine it was a great week.

TREY: [00:02:23] I don't really know. I don't really have anything interesting.

CHELSEY: [00:02:27] That's fine. Sometimes it's just a week. Sometimes, I don't even remember what happened yesterday and that's okay.

TREY: [00:02:33] I really do notice as I get older, my short-term memory is less and less. Like, I really am sort of like what, even what even have I been doing?

CHELSEY: [00:02:40] I know, it's sad, but I feel you.

TREY: [00:02:42] What about you?

CHELSEY: [00:02:43] My week was good. You know, I'm still getting used to the puppy. Goldie. I had a friend come over last night to meet Goldie, which was really nice. I love this friend so much because she's like just brutally honest in a way that is extremely refreshing. And she's also my friend that I always go to for skincare advice. The under eye circles situation has been really bad. Like, can you give me some info on like, what I could possibly do? It feels like puffy and dark and whatever. And she was like, can I be honest with you? And I was like, yeah, of course please. And she's like, how much water are you drinking? And I was like, not very much. She's like, you're extremely dehydrated. I could tell from like the second that I saw you, and there's no eye cream, that's going to be able to fix that. You just need to drink some water. And I was like, you're right. And I appreciate that.

TREY: [00:03:33] Well, yeah, cause that's really what's going on and it's not about making a buck.

CHELSEY: [00:03:38] Well, I mean, first of all, she's not getting commission on this. She's just like my she's like, the equivalent of my friend, Steph, who's my doctor friend. Like whenever there's anything medically going wrong with me, my dog, my parents, my sister, like a friend I'm going to bother Steph. And this friend is the same with skincare. So like she's giving free advice to me on the regular. So I appreciate the honesty, you know?

TREY: [00:04:01] Dehydration is a real thing

CHELSEY: [00:04:02] It is! And I'm not good at drinking water. And sometimes you need a little slap on the wrist.

TREY: [00:04:07] Well, I'm glad that she slapped your wrist. You need to drink your water, Chelsey.

CHELSEY: [00:04:10] It's true. I just realized I don't even have water right now, which is what's wrong with me.

TREY: [00:04:14] Well, I have this like 32 ounce cup with me always.

CHELSEY: [00:04:17] I know. You're very good at drinking water.

TREY: [00:04:20] Aww, thank you. That means so much.

CHELSEY: [00:04:24] You are!

TREY: [00:04:25] Well, I'm glad that we're connecting about water. I'm glad that your, friend is highlighting the importance. You know, I have to remind my nephew a lot to drink water.

CHELSEY: [00:04:34] Okay. And you can add me to the list, like when you remind your nephew, just, just figure you're probably going to have to remind me too.

TREY: [00:04:41] Uh, should you go get water, right now?

CHELSEY: [00:04:43] Prob...I should probably right?

TREY: [00:04:45] No, our listeners are more important. Is there anything, um,

CHELSEY: [00:04:48] Alright!

TREY: [00:04:49] Do you want to share anything? That's making you very angry?

CHELSEY: [00:04:52] Yeah.I do actually.

VOICEOVER: [00:04:54] Lodge A Complaint.

CHELSEY: [00:04:55] I'd like to lodge a complaint against Netflix and it's not for what you think. I understand. I love Netflix. I spend a lot of time on there. Okay. Netflix is great. Just like don't come at me. Okay. I love you, Netflix. I like desperately want to be on a show or a movie that's on you. I love you. However, let's just talk about it for a second. When I turn on Netflix. Okay. I don't know why. I don't know when this started and I don't know why they did it, but there's this loud obnoxious sound: da-na-nah! Like it's like, there's like your's doesn't do that?

TREY: [00:05:27] DUN-NUN-NUH! It's like the Netflix logo sound.

CHELSEY: [00:05:31] It is so obnoxious. It doesn't matter if my TV volume is at like 10 or if it's at like 70, no matter what it is so loud, loud, every single time it happened. Well, first of all, like it doesn't happen. Every time, but there's no way to turn it off. I've looked into this. I've done research and I cannot find any way to turn this off. Every time it happens, it scares me. Now it scares Goldie. It's just like, it's too much. And I get, I want you to have your little like opening moment sound. I think you deserve that, but like, can we just control the volume please?

TREY: [00:06:08] That's a great point. I thought you were going to talk about how they auto-play their trailers and that makes me so annoyed.

CHELSEY: [00:06:13] Oh, that too. That's annoying too. And then just like in general, this is like more of a general thing. Like not necessarily just against Netflix, but do you know, like when you're watching a movie. And then like you have it on a nice volume. You're enjoying it. Like it's a good experience. And then all of a sudden, like a song comes on or like something happens in the movie and it's like so loud, like for no reason, it's just like, I don't know what happened to the sound mixing or if this is like a theatrical to streaming issue. But like, it is not consistent. And without a doubt, like anytime that happens, I feel like if I'm like at home with my mom, she's like, make that lower, like it's too loud. And, or like, if I'm with my friends, they'll be like, it's too loud. Make the TV lower. And it's, I understand. I'm not, I haven't changed anything. You've been watching this movie for the past 45 minutes, completely fine with the volume of the movie. Like I, it's not my fault that this, you know, whatever that the sound mixing was off.

TREY: [00:07:12] I've noticed that with, YouTube, like whenever it goes to an ad, the ad volume is always slightly higher, which just means that like we're being withheld from a certain decibel point, so that ads can be louder. Like I was literally thinking about this two days ago. That's upsetting.

CHELSEY: [00:07:29]