Episode 7: Tasty Donuts

Go back in time to the early days of Target Demo. Alexa and Chloe were living in the same city, and they decided to bake donuts. It didn't go well. Ignore the poor audio quality and nervous energy, and enjoy this #TBT pod! 

Episode 41: Blame it on the Alcohol

Alexa and Chloe discuss how much alcohol millennials drink and what they're drinking. Young women are imbibing more than ever, but is all the media coverage overblown? On a lighter note, the millennials also remember their human -- and plant -- interactions from the past fortnight. 

Episode 40: Armchair Detectives

The millennials talk true crime and show off their best skills as armchair detectives. Come for the discussion of how personal tragedies and grisly murders turn into entertainment, stay for the rehashing of dick jokes on "American Vandal."

Episode 39: Tattoos

The millennials talk about the pros and cons of tattoos. As always, the conversation veers off on tangents like what if tattoos were permanently scented. And why would people get tattoos of subway lines or gas station logos. Alexa and Chloe both have dog stories for their human interactions. 

Episode 38: Life in a Box

This week Alexa and Chloe put their future podcast sponsorship opportunities at risk. They talk about subscription boxes, from the mega-popular Blue Apron to the lesser known Meowbox. In Human Interactions, Chloe reports from flooded streets, and Alexa learns about the perils of being a Lyft driver. 

Episode 35: Vroom Vroom

The millennials talk this week about how their generation is both ruining and improving transportation, golf carts, and how Uber is potentially a giant bubble (IT'S NOT PROFITABLE!!).

Episode 34: Nostalgic Movie Reboots

IT'S SO GOOD TO BE BACK! After some unexpected technical difficulties, the millennials are thrilled to be back on the air and in your ears. To celebrate, Chloe and Alexa discuss movies manufactured to appeal to millennials. The conversation veers off the beaten path as the hosts share strong opinions about Ghostbusters, Shia Labeouf and Tom Cruise. 

Episode 33: #DogMedia

The millennials discuss the language of doggos and puppers. They also explore they're deep fascination with We Rate Dogs, famous Instagram pooches and the banal entertainment of the Dodo. 

Technical difficulties...

Hi Target Demo lovers, listeners and haters--

On Monday, June 12, Alexa looked at our podcast feed and noticed that something was wrong. All 32 of the previous episodes in the feed had disappeared, and the name "Target Demo" had been removed.

It's unclear at this point exactly what has happened, but the Millennials are working with both Squarespace and iTunes to pinpoint the problem and fix it. That means it may affect our regular release schedule and delay the episode we would have normally put out on Wednesday, June 14.

In the mean time, don't unsubscribe from the random, new podcast you have in your feed. (Right now it's called "Super Secret Film Blog" for some reason, but that's us! We promise!) 

We'll update as soon as we make some progress.

<3 -- Alexa & Chloe

 

Episode 31: It's delivery (not Digiorno)

This week, the millennials talk delivery services, for groceries and prepared food. Alexa votes for a future completely run by robots and Chloe has some trouble guessing what stoners are ordering on 4/20. 

Plus: are there just too many delivery services

In human interactions: Alexa makes some new single-serving friends, and Chloe witnesses some craziness during Myrtle Beach Bike Week.

 

Episode 30: Robot Servants

Target Demo turns 30! The 30th episode means the podcast is officially a millennial too! Chloe and Alexa explore the strange world of robot servants a.k.a virtual assistants a.k.a. disembodied female voices like Siri, Alexa, Google Now and more. There is some serious Alexa vs. Alexa conflict. In human interactions, Alexa defends D.C. and Chloe defends the millennial generation at work. 

Episode 28: Show me the money

This week, the millennials discuss money--fun trends (people who live off airline miles), sad trends (the fact that we're all slaves to student debt), and weird trends (WTF, fabric softener?). Stay tuned for human interactions, this week featuring a split-personality waiter and a real-life explosion.

Episode 27: Millennial Vacations

Even though they are part of a generation of "work martyrs" who apparently hate taking breaks, the millennials talk about vacations in this week's episode. Alexa and Chloe explore unusual millennial travel trends, like Yelp reviews and food destinations. On the way, the girls discuss sharks, "Chef's Table", and Disney princesses. Chloe gets trapped by beer and yoga pants in her human interaction. Alexa realizes that "The Lizzie McGuire Movie" holds up terribly as an adult. 

Episode 26: Roommates...

The girls tackle a common circumstance of modern millennial life -- living with a roommate. Rather than fully deal with the economic and social structures than make roommates necessary, Chloe and Alexa joke about LaCroix, Honest Tea and a coven of Rachels terrorizing Manhattan. As always, they also reminisce about human interactions. 

Episode 25: Millennial Satire

The millennials take a moment to make fun of their generation this episode as they talk about satire about millennials, for millennials, and some things we just missed when we watched The Princess Bride as children (oops).

**SIDE NOTE*** This episode was recorded on Sunday, Feb. 19. In the intervening time, West Elm has taken the Peggy off its website!! 

Here's the article the millennials discuss: Why does this couch from West Elm suck so much?

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