February 9, 2021

EP. 200 — Can You Even Believe It’s Our 200th Episode?

This week on Getting Curious, we’re celebrating 200 episodes and five years of the show with a look back at some of our favorite segments on empowerment, advocacy, and exploration. We’re so grateful to all of our listeners and guests for taking this journey with us, and we’ll be back next week with an all new episode that’s truly out of this world!

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Getting Curious with Jonathan Van Ness 200th Episode Special *SEGMENT ONE* Intro [00:00:00] JVN Welcome to Getting Curious, this is Jonathan Van Ness, and today, I am so excited because we’re celebrating our 200th episode and five years of the show. Honestly, I could kind of cry sitting on this chair, saying this. I’m just, I’m so honored and so proud that you all are listening, and that Getting Curious is touching your lives, and just, thank you so much for your support and for your listening. I am so grateful to each and every one of you. Every guest, every listener, our producers, our team, thank you so much everyone, I love you so much. We’ve interviewed so many amazing guests, we’ve learned so many invaluable lessons, and gotten way too good at making Taco Bell references for them to not be our sponsors. We wanted to kick off today’s show with an act of care. Here are some of our favorite conversations about how to be our best selves, without becoming what our friend A

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