July 29, 2021

EP. 69 — Elizabeth Banks

Actor, director, writer, and newly-minted podcaster Elizabeth Banks joins Jameela this week to discuss the ways PMS can affect your mental health, why Elizabeth is fighting so hard for reproductive rights, and how Elizabeth loves to wear dresses when directing movies.
Elizabeth’s podcast – MY BODY MY PODCAST is out now on Audible!


Jameela: [00:00:00] Hello and welcome to another episode of I Weigh with Jameela Jamil, I hope you’re well, because you know who isn’t? Me, because tonight I had a fight. That’s right. I had a fight at a fist fight with. An instant pot. I don’t know if you know what those are. They are electric, slow cooking bastards and you have to lock your food in and then cook it for a couple of hours and come back to it. And it’s supposed to give you your food when it’s done cooking. But mine didn’t. So we had a bit of a tussle and it burned me and has decided to continue holding my food hostage. It will not give me my food. And now I’m hungry and I have no other food in the fridge. Cos I was trying to be an adult and start cooking my own stuff because I’ve been living on cheese and toast and takeout and pizzas and James and all of my flatmates are away, so no one’s here to make me live up to adult standards. So I’ve just gone like

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