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Doppio is going on hiatus while we figure out the best way to continue connecting with all of you. If you have any ideas or requests, write in to For now, this week's double shot of content greatness comes to us courtesy of Steyer COO and the originator of Doppio, Katelyn Reilly. She writes:

This weekend I watched all 85 minutes of The Way of the Househusband, an anime on Netflix about a yakuza boss who gives up his life of crime to focus on domestic matters and support his wife's corporate career ambitions. Don't even try coming at him — this man takes laundry extremely seriously. I loved the series for its clever gender-role play, absurd situation comedy, and slyly wholesome storyline. 

The New Yorker's take on Alena Smith and her show, Dickinson ("spooky and bold, solemn and arch", "feminist"), is a really good companion read if you've seen the series to date. I fell hard for Smith's Emily and her extraordinary inner life; this piece offers more insight into how Smith and her team summoned her into being, and why.

Foam from our last Doppio: Villainous classical playlists and man meets machine.

Team Steyer

Way of the Househusband Netflix

Image via Netflix's The Way of the Househusband.

Doppio is a weekly missive from Steyer Content, originated by Katelyn Reilly, Steyer's Chief Operating Officer. This cup brims forth with two concentrated shots of content greatness; we’ll never use it to sell you anything, including Steyer’s services. Doppio exists purely to connect content people with content, in a time when it’s incredibly easy to forget why we do what we do.

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