What do you get when you put a microphone in front of two Original Soupman Soup Club Members and best-friend-bloggers, Natalie and Dylan?
A declaration of their passion for the Original Soupman’s Soups?
A recipe for a warm, happy belly hugging your heart?
Or something else…
Int. Dylan’s Apartment – Morning
NATALIE: I’m glad we decided to record first and then clean. Cause, we might not be friends after this.
DYLAN: It’s not that bad.
NATALIE: I found a week-old piece of pizza inside of a Monopoly box.
DYLAN: We lost the car and we’re short a token.
NATALIE: I don’t know what part of that explanation is the most disgusting. You couldn’t have at least lost the shoe?
DYLAN: I love being the shoe.
NATALIE: No one likes the shoe. Everyone wants the top hat. Or the car. Or the dog.
DYLAN: We built a life size robot out of soup containers by the front door. He’s like a cybernetic butler. A Pennyworth that, were he real, might actually be made of pennies.
NATALIE: You are a sad, strange little man. And you have my pity.
DYLAN: We always talk about family and friends here on the show. Let’s be honest. There are few things in this world more important.
NATALIE: I would agree. But spring cleaning might not the best time to have friends and family over to your apartment.
DYLAN: Or in your room.
NATALIE: I am so not going down that rabbit hole of what I can only assume is some of the most disgusting and experimental living conditions not allowed by the United States government.
DYLAN: Why do you think we almost exclusively talk over at your place?
NATALIE: Thank you? Friends and family should be barred from Spring Cleaning because they might encourage you to keep something you shouldn’t. Or they could take things back to their own house. That’s no bueno as well. I guess the first question is… Where do we start?
NATALIE: For the people reading and listening at home, this “corner” of the room to which Dylan refers has a recliner with severely torn leather. While that might sound like a chair that has been “lived in” or just overly comfortable, this is covered in a large afghan with a picture of… I don’t know who that is. Who is that?
DYLAN: It’s DJ Tanner.
NATALIE: From Full House?
DYLAN: And now Fuller House on Netflix.
NATALIE: I couldn’t tell from the metal eagle sculpture with an American flag shield in its talons.
DYLAN: That was my dad’s. He was a Marine, is a Marine. Once a Marine, always a Marine.
NATALIE: Good catch. So, we keep the eagle and toss the recliner and afghan.
DYLAN: The afghan could be a collector’s item.
NATALIE: Is it a collector’s item?
DYLAN: No… But it could be. The recliner…
NATALIE: … It can be donated to the Kidney Foundation or Goodwill. They’ll find it a good home. Someone who hopefully can reupholster. And has access to all of the cleaning chemicals in the world.
NATALIE: And yet true. We better sign off. This will take the entire weekend. At the end, I still make no guarantees that your floor will be visible.
DYLAN: We can all dream.
NATALIE: I’m Natalie.
DYLAN: And I am Dylan.
NATALIE: #makeamemorywitheverybowl and #makesurethatyourfriendsareneatfreaks