On episode 9 of "May I Speak", the cast bring back Emily for another go to tackle this weeks topics; Saying "Ok, Boomer" in the workplace, women making the first move, and whether or not the childhood fairytales we all idolized are actually secretly horrifying. After a small hiatus, the crew is back and feistier than ever!
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S1E9: Ok, Boomer
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