Saturday, August 12, 2017

Episode 263 - Malachi Mutakabbir - Ride or Die with Sbarros

Malachi Mutakabbir was raised in a martial arts family and can kick both of our asses without blinking. He’s also an incredibly awesome film geek who is looking to break into the world of stunt work and stunt coordinating.  We talk about all of that - except for how he can kick our collective asses. CBS is debuting its new Star Trek show on their access only channel - how many things will we end up paying for before this gets ridiculous? Pop culture will always disappoint you, we discuss out most notable let downs. Taco Bell and Left are teaming up for the worst bit of viral marketing since Donald Trump and the Republican party. Stay away from Outback Steakhouse unless you want to get sucked into the hell mouth.

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Sunday, August 6, 2017

Episode 262 - Best 25 of the Century

For some unknown reason the guys felt that this was the week to countdown their top 25 movies of the century (so far). It’s our longest, and most indulgent episode ever.



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Sunday, July 30, 2017

Episode 261 - Diana Varco - RIP Sardos

Diana Varco (@dianavarco) is an actress with a new a new solo show, “Shattered.” She joins us to talk about turning tragedy into humor. Kid Rock is going to be your next Senator from Michigan because America is terrible and this is a thing now. Our beloved Karaoke bar, Sardo’s, is closing forever. Did we ever find out who Sardo is? Will got a new iPhone but not much else. Always change your contact lenses!!

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Sunday, July 23, 2017

Episode 260 - Eric Reed - Hope vs. Wish

Jazz Musician Eric Reed sits down with us this week fresh from a tour in Europe. He tells us all about the LA and NYC jazz scene, and we listen to “The Way to Love” from his new album. We lost both George Romero and Martin Landau - we discuss their illustrious careers. At what point do aging rock stars need to step down? Do we want to watch these septuagenarians tripping across the stage just to satisfy our nostalgia? Why is it so hard for people to figure out where their seats are at theaters and concerts?  You just sit down where your ticket tells you to sit - this shouldn’t be that complicated!

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Episode 260 - Eric Reed - Hope vs. Wish

Jazz Musician Eric Reed sits down with us this week fresh from a tour in Europe. He tells us all about the LA and NYC jazz scene, and we listen to “The Way to Love” from his new album. We lost both George Romero and Martin Landau - we discuss their illustrious careers. At what point do aging rock stars need to step down? Do we want to watch these septuagenarians tripping across the stage just to satisfy our nostalgia? Why is it so hard for people to figure out where their seats are at theaters and concerts?  You just sit down where your ticket tells you to sit - this shouldn’t be that complicated!

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Sunday, July 9, 2017

Episode 259 - Nicholas Tanek - Spooooky!

Nicholas Tanek (@nicholastanek) is a New Jersey based writer who drew from a dissolute youth, tragedy, and the BDSM scene to write his books The Coolest Way to Kill Yourself, Chipped Black Nail Polish, and Your Kinky Friends. Have you ever learnt something unsavory about a celebrity you admired, only to have that fact change your perception of that person? The year is halfway through - what has been our favorite bits of pop culture so far in 2017? Every film is now part of an Extended Cinematic Universe and now we no longer know how to experience a “one-off” film.

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Sunday, July 2, 2017

Episode 258 - Andres Cervantes - Honorary Asian

Andres Cervantes (SoCalClone) from “Dre’s Geek Philosophy Podcast” talks all things geek culture - the good and the bad. It’s “For Your Consideration” season in LA for Emmy voters and so we review some of our favorite TV from the past year. Is Star Wars in trouble? We review the evidence. Buying tickets for events used to be easy, but times have changed. Have a Happy Canada 150 everyone!

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Sunday, June 25, 2017

Episode 257 - Maria Howell - CARS Holocaust

Maria Howell (@mariasingsacts) rocks our world this week. She started her career as the soloist in Spielberg’s “The Color Purple,” and since then she’s been gracing our screens up to and including recent Best Picture nominee “Hidden Figures.” Did we mention that she is also an amazing singer who, with the very power of her voice, can burn the hair right off your head…cause she can. We talk the awesomeness of “Wonder Woman,” the weirdness of “Cars,” and the awfulness of “Sony.” RIP Adam West - the Bright Knight.

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Sunday, May 28, 2017

Episode 256 - Becca Burgess - Doctor #1 or Nothing

Becca Burgess has worked in television casting for years, first in Atlanta and now in LA. Conan O’Brien is being sued for joke stealing because jokes are hard, yo. Male rompers - this is a thing we need to make decisions about. Sometimes we wish that our favorite shows would get cancelled, but no, they just keep getting renewed into oblivion. Please do not shake, nor stir, Mr. Moore’s ashes.

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Sunday, May 21, 2017

Episode 255 - Alex Freeman & Nick Watson - Retcon the Episode

Alex Freeman (@tvcalling) and Nick Watson (@_njwatson) are the co-hosts of the TV Writing podcast - “Paper Team.” Both of them immigrants to the US they describe how their unique backgrounds and experiences in the industry led them to podcasting. Twin Peaks is back - can Lynch recapture his early 1990s magic in an age of Peak TV? Movie reviews are getting out of hand - and not for the best. Will wants to leave the country, but before he can, he must conquer a hellish bureaucracy hellbent on keeping him here.

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Sunday, May 14, 2017

Episode 254 - Oscar Sagastume - Tequila & Horchata

**DO NOT BE ALARMED BY THE INTRO!!!** Oscar Sagastume (@oscarsagastume) returns to the show for updates on his #FourKidsAndADog. Facebook has hired 3,000 poor assholes whose job it now is to scour their site for disturbing livestreams. Michael Moore is coming to Broadway with a one-man-anti-Trump show. Can Trump be good for the pop culture business? United Airlines murders bunnies. We are now part of the Podcast Jukebox network. Exciting times ahead. Excelsior….and whatnot.

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Sunday, May 7, 2017

Episode 253 - Jon Luke Thomas - Lil Up Kid

Jon Luke Thomas, voiceover artist and Emmy winner is our guest this week. We finally discuss the Episode VIII trailer and Disney/Lucas’s ambitious plans spanning out to 2020. Fyre Festival was the dystopian nightmare our generation deserved. X-Files is coming back (again) but is everyone excited? Short answer, NO!

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Sunday, April 30, 2017

Episode 252 - Dylan Brody - A Weird and Sad Note

Dylan Brody (@dylanbrody) returns to the show to tell us all about his upcoming international show - Dylan Brody’s Driving Hollywood. The White House Correspondent’s Dinner happened this weekend. How good can it be without President Cuck? Unicorn Frappuccino - everything exists now just to pleasure the great god known as Social Media. Dating in LA is hard, but does it have to be THIS hard? The lambs are now silent - RIP Jonathan Demme.

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Sunday, April 23, 2017

Episode 251 - Summer 2017 Movie Preview

Time to preview this summer's movies. Also, Sean has pink eye. In both eyes. It's nasty. Don't touch him.

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Sunday, April 16, 2017

Episode 250 - Taylor Brogan - 250 Episodes Later

Taylor Brogan (@thbrogan) is a writer who currently works in the writer’s room on “The Shannara Chronicles” and “Into the Badlands.” We discuss genre television and fandom in general. The WGA is on the verge of a potential strike - how will this affect our podcast? What piece of pop culture have you neglected or avoided and no one will leave you alone about? SNL will finally, for the first time in its 42 year history, air live coast to coast. What took so long? It might not be a good idea to take your horse to the Taco Bell drive through.

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Sunday, April 9, 2017

Episode 249 - Avital Ash - I'm an Ego Monster

Avital Ash (@avitalash) is a writer, actress, director, and straight up awesome person. She’s the perfect guest to have on our first show AFTER A MONTH! I know, I know…but you can all relax now, your long national nightmare is finally over. I mean, Trump (@POTUS) is still President, but at least you have that sweet, sweet Will Sean Podcast to salve your wounded psyche. Whitewashing in Hollywood - we fix it! Trainspotting 2 is a mediocre movie perfectly designed to remind you how mediocre you are as well. Adult Education is a wonderful thing/Adult Education is a terrible thing - Will Link breaks it down. We’re sorry that we went away, but we’re back now…or something like that.

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Wednesday, March 1, 2017

Episode 248 - Ryan Roach & Matthew Guerruckey - Do a Lab Dance

Ryan Roach and Matthew Guerruckey from Drunk Monkeys Podcast (@drunkmonkeysweb) join us to break down the CRAZIEST OSCARS OF ALL TIME! Seriously?! What was that?!

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Sunday, February 26, 2017

Episode 247 - Jonathan Bradley Welch - Why God Created Commercials

Jonathan Bradley Welch (@jonathanbwelch) returns to the show to talk about his new political podcast “The Big Blue To Do.”  IMDB got rid of their message boards, do we care? First the Super Bowl and now the Oscars, what makes for an ideal viewing party? Theme parties are bad enough, but now Will has to attend a theme wedding - what nonsense is this? How did that Oscar Pool hold up for you?

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Sunday, February 19, 2017

Episode 246 - Oscar Preview 2017

The Oscars are next week, so let Will and Sean tell you now who is going to take all the awards (spoiler alert - it's mostly La La Land).

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Sunday, February 12, 2017

Episode 245 - Steven Brandon & Alex Lewis - Five Timer Club

That old cad Steven Brandon (@stevenb29) and Alex Lewis (@i8athumbtack)  join us to discuss their upcoming show “Game of Thrones: The Musical” (@GOTtheMusical). Steven produces and Alex stars as Robb Stark in this hilarious send up of the hit show. What’s better than asking an Australian and three films geeks to discuss the Super Bowl? Nothing, that’s what. Can’t Taylor Swift catch a break? She’s criticized no matter what she does or doesn’t do, and Will is tired of it. Join us as we take up falconeering.

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Sunday, February 5, 2017

Episode 244 - Ravi Naidu - Caulked the Cracks

Ravi Naidu (@ravinaiduactor) started his career as a management consultant before getting bit by the acting bug, so off to Los Angeles he came.Since then he’s been in such projects as “Hunger Games,” “Million Dollar Arm,” “Mindy Project,” and “Homeland.” The title for Episode VIII has been announced - are WE the Last Jedi? Hollywood has resorted to drowning animals - or something like that - we examine the controversy surrounding “A Dog’s Purpose.” Mary Tyler Moore died and an entire generation is oblivious to her charms. Also, RIP John Hurt - this one hurt, deep in our chests.

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Sunday, January 29, 2017

Episode 243 - James Gangl - The Velocipod

James Gangl (@jamesgangl) is a comedian and actor. He’s also a Canadian immigrant who washed up on our shores four days before Election Day - good timing there buddy. We review - with complete objectivity - the Trump Inauguration. Should people be banned from Twitter? Should those same people then receive lucrative book deals? Barack Obama failed us all and now we shall pay the price. What’s up with Sean’s weird nose? All this and more in the latest episode!

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Sunday, January 22, 2017

Episode 242 - Jessica Gonzalez Rodriguez - A Peanut Pension

Jessica Gonzalez-Rodriguez is an opera singer and dancer. We discuss what it’s like to train as a professional singer, what a career in opera is like, and why opera is better than Broadway musicals and how she ended up in a Star Trek themed production of Mozart’s “The Abduction from the Seraglio.” The Young Pope is gloriously insane and most likely infallible. RIP Ringling Brothers (& Barnum and/or Bailey). Apple has announced a new “Theater Mode” for the iPhone - who asked for this? Taco Bell did something, so of course we need to discuss it.

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Sunday, January 15, 2017

Ep. 241 - Megan Hayes - What's the Weird Note?

Megan Hayes (@megan_hayes) returns to the show to discuss the Golden Globes, because we all know that you love hearing a dissection of an awards show that aired two weeks ago.

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Sunday, January 8, 2017

Ep. 240 - Dann Freeman - Manchester Not by the Sea

Dann Freeman(@DannFreeman) is a writer and script consultant. He has recently self-published the first volume of a “True-ish Short-ish Story” called True Empathy. You’ve all seen it, so it’s time to discuss Rogue One. Carrie Fisher and Debbie Reynolds :-(. We were told that Time Warner is now Spectrum - but guess what, they still suck! Welcome to 2017 - let us pray.

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Sunday, December 25, 2016

Episode 239 - Alex Stein - End of Year, End of Days

Alex Stein (@coldfootfilms) returns for a record breaking 5th appearance (to be fair, his 4th appearance was record breaking too). We wrap up the entire year of pop culture - the good, the bad, the really bad, and the generally shitty. See all you butts in 2017. Pray. Pray hard.

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Sunday, December 18, 2016

Episode 238 - Tyler Davis - No Longer a Cokette

Tyler Davis is a musician, a sound engineer and a former Scientologist. We discuss all of it. Has the internet ruined the way we interact with TV? The short answer is yes! Grammy nominations came out - how many artists has Will never heard of? Holiday Parties are terrible - let us count the ways.

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Sunday, December 11, 2016

Episode 237 - Matthew Guerruckey - Emergen-C is a Lie

Matthew Guerruckey (@guerruckey) is the Editor in Chief of Drunk Monkeys, an online literary magazine and film blog. He also cohosts their film podcasts. We discuss content creation and brand development in Trump’s America. La. La. Land. Go. See. It. Now. A new season of Gilmore Girls hit Netflix, but neither of us has ever seen the original show.  That led us to think about what other massively popular pop culture phenomenon are we missing out on? Rogue One: A Star Wars Tale comes out this week, and we’re going to opening night. If only the process of buying tickets weren’t so tricking difficult. Those Japanese sure do love dead fish.

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Sunday, December 4, 2016

Episode 236 - Sarah Klegman - Challah Back Boy

Sarah Klegman (@sarahkleg) Is a writer, a former talent manager, and the co-owner of Challah Hub - your only source for custom Challahs (technically Challot). How will pop culture change in Trump’s America? With the release of “Fantastic Beasts,” the Potterverse has entered a new phase. Are we ready for more magic? Will found himself in a nightclub and he’s got some thoughts about it. Be careful, the squirrels are listening.

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Tuesday, November 29, 2016

Ep. 235 - Sarah Lightman - In the Year of Our Lord, DT1

Sarah Lightman (@sarahlightman) is a musician who has come to salve the wounds of a damaged nation. Her song, “Someday” is featured on today’s episode. And Lee is back with new digital tricks up his filmmaking sleeve - what do we think? Leonard Cohen died, because of course he did. The election is finally over - let’s survey the wreckage.

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Episode 234 - Sam Reeder - Brexit Yourself

British born actor Sam Reeder (@thesamreeder) joins us for the final podcast of the republic. Vine is dead. Long live Vine? Bleak TV - is this the new low that our shows have sunk to? The election is almost over (praise be to God), but what on earth will we do with ourselves once it’s over???

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Episode 233 - Election 2016 - A Rigged Episode

The Election is upon us so Will and Sean reflect on the campaign that was, and the two possible paths ahead. Depending on the voters’ decisions on November 8th (a not always steady bet) we can expect to soon be living in a Center-Left progressive society, or a dystopian, segregated militant police state. DO NOT RUIN THIS FOR US AMERICA!!!! Also we look at some local initiatives and bitch as to why Election Day is not a national holiday. It’s almost over, folks; it’s almost over.

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Episode 232 - Keith Blaney - You've Been Outsourced

Keith Blaney has been a working Hollywood actor since he appeared as “Bachelor #1” in the Demi Moore classic, “Striptease.” He currently be seen onstage in the “Vonnegut USA” - an adaptation of four of the late writer’s short stories. The Rocky Horror Picture Show invaded our living rooms courtesy of FOX. Did we watch it? What relationship did we have to the original film? Podcasts - we host one, but do we listen to any others? Will is ready to re-enter the rough world of dating, but isn’t making it easy for him. Please don’t hunt zombies in public. It never ends well.

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Sunday, October 9, 2016

Ep. 231 - Emily Stern - A Smart Blanket

Emily Stern (@whatastern) works in casting when she’s not featuring in Lady Gaga music videos. We discuss Miss Gaga and her oncoming onslaught on the pop culture landscape. Killer Clowns are everywhere - is the Republic doomed? People at concerts are awful, what can be done?

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Sunday, October 2, 2016

Ep. 230 - Jeff LE - Rock and Rolla Cola Wars

Jeff LE (@therealjeffle) is a quadruple threat. He’s a writer, a director, a lyricist and a musician. Today though, he’s a podcast guest. I know it’s hard to keep up with the daily, incessant crazy train that is this election season, but we discuss Trump’s appearance on Jimmy Fallon. There’s a bunch of new shows out - which are we watching and which star Kevin James? Sometimes getting what you wished becomes its own curse. In totally unrelated news, Will now has a full time job - let’s check in with him.

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Thursday, September 22, 2016

Episode 229 - Steven Brandon - Sheket B'Vakasha

Steven Brandon (@stevenb29) rejoins us for his fourth time. this time to discuss his upcoming show, “Game of Thrones: The Musical.” But who cares about all that because TATIANA MASLANY WON AN EMMY!!!! (Also a bunch of other people…we guess).

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Sunday, September 4, 2016

Ep. 226 - Grace Harryman - Bad Ju-Ju There

Grace Harryman (@graceharryman) finally makes it onto the show. She was waylaid last time by an errant car and a most unfortunate concussion. We talk comedy, sketch and improv with her. The upcoming Oscar contender “Birth of a Nation” comes to theaters riding a wave of controversy regarding director and star Nate Parker. Should IMDB publish actor’s ages? What about cinematographer’s? Hillary Clinton is muscling into the podcasting business and we don’t like it. I’m in pain, and I’m wet and RIP Gene Wilder!

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Sunday, August 28, 2016

Ep. 225 - Linda Bailey Walsh - Hummus and Pita

Linda Bailey Walsh (@lindawalsh) joins us for  sleepy. jet lagged episode. She hosts the storytelling show Hate Date: Tales of Digital Dating and Other Disasters. The Rio Olympics happened - what did we miss? Spoiler Alert, not much. Which modern day trends or artists will be popular 100 years from now? You know that things are bad when you can’t even trust Taco Bell. In Flakka we Trust!

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Sunday, August 7, 2016

Ep. 224 - Emmys 2016 - Ball or Shaft?

Emmy’s 2016! Will and Sean break down the unusually strong and sensible nominees in all the major categories. And remember, ten seconds of archived screen time could disqualify you.

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Monday, August 1, 2016

Episode 223 - Jacob Strunk - Dying of Con Flu

Jacob Strunk (@sevenmileswest) is a filmmaker and Comic-Con aficionado. He tells us why we should consider going down to San Diego next year. We talk about all the news out of this year’s Comic-Con before wallowing in the sadness that was the RNC and the DNC. Horse shampoo gets its own Con and Will is ready to tell you all about it.

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Sunday, July 24, 2016

Ep. 222 - Chlose LaFond - Frontloading your Meat

Chloe La Fond (@clomojo) co-stars with friend of the podcast Alex Alexander on the web series “The Way Black Show.” She is also a sometimes foot fetish model. We dig in to all of it. There’s a gay character in the new Star Trek movie and, of course, the internet is atwitter. Pokemon Go is here to kill us all. A beloved Long Island institution is about to close and Will has some thoughts. Taco Bell delivers once again.

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Sunday, July 17, 2016

Ep. 221 - Kim Kalish - Can You Do the Segue?

Kim Kalish (@kimkalish) is an actress, comedian, and frequent sketch performed on Conan. We aren’t certain how amused she was by us, but nonetheless everyone had a blast. Can women bust ghosts? We discuss. There’s a new Bridget Jones movie coming out, and some people have opinions on Renee Zellweger’s personal decisions. Well meaning people trying to set us up with women need to get their act together. Come to the LA Zoo for the animals, stay for the comedy.

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Episode 221 - Kim Kalish - Can You Do the Segue?

Kim Kalish (@kimkalish) is an actress, comedian, and frequent sketch performed on Conan. We aren’t certain how amused she was by us, but nonetheless everyone had a blast. Can women bust ghosts? We discuss. There’s a new Bridget Jones movie coming out, and some people have opinions on Renee Zellweger’s personal decisions. Well meaning people trying to set us up with women need to get their act together. Come to the LA Zoo for the animals, stay for the comedy.

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Monday, July 11, 2016

Episode 220 - Debbie Jhoon - Don't Memorize, Mesmerize

Debbie Jhoon (@dsho). She has written on such shows as “The Neighbors,” “Kevin from Work,” and “Deadbeat.” BFG came out to mixed reviews and poor box office. Did we see it? Kanye West released a disturbing music video for his song “Famous.” Did we see that either? Will has been a loyal Entertainment Weekly subscriber for twenty years, but that might all change. A big summer movie is about to be released, and that means novelty fast food products!

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Sunday, July 3, 2016

Ep. 220 - Dick Wound & Minimus Maximus - Met at a Munch

Minimus Maximus (@minimusmax) and Dick Wound (@dickwound) from the BDSM podcast “Off the Cuffs” are our guests this week. We discuss their discovery of BDSM and what the scene is like out on Long Island. We wrap up this season of Game of Thrones and discuss shows that everyone but you enjoys. Social media is changing and we’re getting left behind. DVDs were sold to us as the wave of the future. Well the future is here and DVDs are not keeping up. Keep the monkeys out of the power station!

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Sunday, June 26, 2016

Ep. 218 - Ed Galvez - I'd Call it a Gimmick

Ed Galvez (@edgalvez), comedian and actor is our guest this week. We learn what it’s like to play the lead zombie in the feature film “Amigo Undead.” Another tragedy, another cycle of Twitter nonsense - how are we supposed to handle ourselves on the internet during these times? Have you watched the 8 hour documentary “OJ: Made in America”? Because if not, you should - it’s the one of the greatest films we’ve ever seen. Another week, another half-baked bit of cinematic nostalgia in theaters. This week we take aim at ID:4 2. Stupid. RIP Anton Yelchin. :-(

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Sunday, June 19, 2016

Episode 217 - Julia Pels - Jim Whacker

Julia Pels (@queercomedian) is our guest this week. She’s funny, she’s an LBGTQ activist, and she c0-hosts an awesome storytelling show. Will is a big fan of the Lifetime show “Unreal.” What “off-brand” pop culture are we fans of? Film director John Carney bad mouthed Kira Knightley - when, if ever, is it okay to bad mouth celebrity co-stars? Artificial Intelligence is now writing screenplays and Will is NOT happy.

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Monday, June 13, 2016

Ep. 216 - Bridget Phetasy - By Hook or by PEg

Our guest this week is comedian and writer Bridget Phetasy (@bridgetphetasy). Please make sure to read her amazing weekly column for Playboy - trust us, it’ll open your mind grapes. Hillary Clinton is the presumptive Democratic nominee - we discuss this historic event. Muhammed Ali died - we eulogize him in possibly the most half-assed way possible. How do you deal with people who are clearly lying to you? Will would like to know.

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Ep. 216 - Bridget Phetasy - By Hook or by PEg

Our guest this week is comedian and writer Bridget Phetasy (@bridgetphetasy). Please make sure to read her amazing weekly column for Playboy - trust us, it’ll open your mind grapes. Hillary Clinton is the presumptive Democratic nominee - we discuss this historic event. Muhammed Ali died - we eulogize him in possibly the most half-assed way possible. How do you deal with people who are clearly lying to you? Will would like to know.

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Sunday, June 5, 2016

Ep. 215 - Tara Price - The 800 Pound Topic

Tara Price (@tarapriceless), she of the impossible name, returns to the podcast to discuss her directorial debut, “Ear Worm.” Captain America is an agent of H.Y.D.R.A. and fanboys are pissed. Bill Cosby is going to trial, and fanboys are pissed. It’s hard to muster anger these days when a certain Donald is sucking the oxygen out of the room……and fanboys are pissed.

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Sunday, May 29, 2016

Ep. 214 - Paige Devitt - Get on Knit

Paige Devitt (@paigesdevitt) is the writer of the web series “Three People” starring former guest Alyssa Sabo. It’s graduation season, and that means commencement speeches. We recount our own and wonder why they never seem to make the impact they are intended to. We meditate on “peak TV” and make some hard choices over which shows we will keep watching. Two tourists at Yellowstone tried to be good citizens by “saving” a baby bison, instead they unleashed hell.

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Sunday, May 22, 2016

Ep. 213 - Megan Hayes - Wait for the Click

Megan Hayes joins us this week. She recently returned from Atlanta, where she’s also from, having co-starred in the two person play, “Sex with Strangers.” You might recognize her from “Hunger Games: Catching Fire” where she plays the Morphling who saves Peeta. Do video games ever translate well to the big screen? We discuss. There was a reaping of TV shows last week - what survived and what got cancelled? Corporate branding is getting out of hand and Will has some thoughts. A man in Israel is trying to sue God - because why not?

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Sunday, May 15, 2016

Ep. 212 - Jon Weinberg - Not All Dogs Go To Heaven

Jon Weinberg starred and directed the upcoming indie film “Funeral Day” - we talk to him about it. Harriet Tubman is coming to a bill near you; which awesome historical figures haven’t received proper cinematic obeisance? Radiohead messed with the internet - do we care? Louis CK recently performed in Oxnard, CA - something tells me that this sleepy agricultural town was not equipped for the hipster invasion.

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Sunday, May 8, 2016

Ep. 211 - Dont Censor Art

Daniel Sol (@hollyshorts)  and Shani Rotkovitz (anyalways) join us this week from the Hollyshorts film Festival to discuss film festival stuffs. Prince died - we finally get around to discussing. Loveliness ended - we finally get around to discussing. Beyonce dropped a new album, and not everyone is so excited. The Beefy Crunch Burrito is back - everyone rejoice!

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Sunday, May 1, 2016

Ep. 210 - Summer Movie Preview 2016

Star Trek, Jason Bourne, The Purge, and some other crap - another year, another summer movie preview. 

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Sunday, April 24, 2016

Ep. 209 - Ilyse Mimoun - Meant to be a Friend

Ilyse Mimoun (@ilysemimoun) is the author of “Choose Your Own Love Story” - a Choose Your Own Adventure style plunge into modern romantic quandries. Game of Thrones returns this week and it seems to be the only large scale drama still holding down the HBO fort - have they lost their way? Kobe Bryant finally retired after 20 years - what will his legacy be? The new CEO of AMC Theaters has some pretty pretty pretty terrible ideas and Will is none too pleased. A Polish company has announced a truly intoxicating new beverage.

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Monday, April 18, 2016

Ep. 208 - Megan Salinas - The Nancy Meyer Corrective

Megan Salinas (@themenguin) returns to the show. A contributor to AfterBuzz TV, she and Will are now teaming up for a weekly Orphan Black recap show on the Giantist network. Lesbian characters are appearing with more frequency on network TV shows, they’re also being killed off with more frequency - what gives? Would you pay $50 to watch first run movies at home? Sean Parker thinks that you will. “The Walking Dead” ended its season last week with a clunker of a cliffhanger - we discuss. The Isle of Wight just opened a really shitty museum

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Sunday, April 10, 2016

Ep. 207 - Ian Alda - And Down a Mountain

Ian Alda (@ianalda) is an actor soon to be seen reprising his role on the newest season of #SiliconValley. American Idol finally ended its 15 year run. Three non-watchers of the show reflect on its legacy. Who is to blame for the rise of Trump? It’s you, loyal listener, it’s all your fault. April Fools Day pranks are getting out of hand thanks to an increasingly mischievous corporate America. Burger King knows that America is mad, that’s why they unleashed the “Angriest Whopper.”

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Sunday, April 3, 2016

Ep. 206 - Michael Medina - Recap the Recapping Game

Michael Medina (@mrmichaelalexis) co-hosts recap shows on Collider and Think Hero, he’s also a our guest this week. Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Punching came out last week to terrible reviews and all the money - we discuss. Everyone is dying, what is going on? Marriage is in the air - time to move cities again.

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Sunday, March 27, 2016

Ep. 205 - Sarah Jean Kruchowski - Time Smut

Sarah Jean Kruchowski escaped the icy Minnesota tundra and the blistering Australian outback to eventually settle in LA as a writer and filmmaker. Along with formed guest Jackie Vleck she hosts the podcast “Garbagetown.” Indiana Jones 5 is happening whether we want it or not. Olivia Munn was accused of appropriating geek culture and certain men are not happy. Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg are releasing a raunchy animated film this summer, “Sausage Party,” and Will is horrified by the trailer. I refuse to ride any horse that is not wearing a bespoke tweed suit.

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Sunday, March 20, 2016

Ep. 204 - Alyssa Sabo - A Touch and Go Affair

Alyssa Sabo (@alyssa_sabo) is a comedian, performer, and consummate kazoo music maker. She’s also our guest this week.The election is sucking the air out of pop culture - good thing we have celebrities around to instruct us how to vote. The teaser for the new “Ghostbusters” film came out, and it’s…problematic. The “Hot Convict” has been released from jail and Will is worried what this means for men everywhere.

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Sunday, March 13, 2016

Ep. 203 - Tim Coyne - Edit in the Nude

Tim Coyne (@timcoyne) runs the TV recap podcast network “Giantist,” we talk art and craft and arts and crafts. Have we even been on game shows? What role do game shows still play? Will we take Door #1 or Door #2? Artists are increasingly releasing albums/shows/movies with little to no warning - is this the way things will be from now on? “Gods of Egypt” might have been a bad movie (we wouldn’t know, we didn’t see it), but the director, Alex Proyas, has been worse - we discuss. Vending machines in Australia are out to kill our children!!!

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Wednesday, March 2, 2016

Ep. 202 - David Griffin - Post Show Problems

David Griffin (@griffinde) from Collider and Screen Rant joins us for an Oscars autopsy. The winners, the losers, the lovers, and the sinners - they’re all here. So help us shine a SPOTLIGHT in the corners of a dark ROOM while crossing a BRIDGE OF SPIES something something THE REVENANT.

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Sunday, February 28, 2016

Ep. 201 - Cathy Reinking - Belong at the Moulin Rouge

Cathy Reinking, casting director, writer, and humorist is our guest this week. She shares with us some of the common mistakes actors make and how Hollywood often cuts off its nose to spite its face. “Deadpool” has been making all of the money - will any lessons be learned from its success? Will recently saw John Waters read and lecture - what other formerly influential artists have lost their relevance in recent years? Kanye West - we’re over you; let’s discuss. Would you ditch work if it meant that yo were still getting paid? We would.

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Sunday, February 21, 2016

Ep. 200 - Brock Wilbur - Yes, Apparently they Will

A giant episode requires a giant of a guest - we welcome back writer, podcaster, and comedian Brock Wilbur (@brockwilbur) to help us celebrate the big 200. The Grammys were on last week. We discuss the most confusing a bewildering of all the award shows. Twitter is messing with how information is displayed, why? The enemy this week is someone very close to the show and who, frankly, had this coming for a long time. Here’s to another 200 episodes!

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Sunday, February 14, 2016

Ep. 199 - Will Pohlig - The Way Way Back

Will "The Way" Pohlig served all over the world in the Navy, but that’s not why we have him on. He’s also a play-by-play sports announcer who calls games for Santa Monica College and CSUN. The Super Bowl (aka “The Big Game”) was a thing that America was forced to endue last week, therefore you will be forced to endure our dissection of the game - both as a sporting event and as a slice of pop culture. You know who we can’t stand? Assholes who pretend to not understand football or that there’s even such a thing as the Super Bowl. Forget emotional support animals, it’s all about “supernatural child angel dolls.”

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Sunday, February 7, 2016

Ep. 198 - Oscar Special 2016

Another year, another Oscars episode. We can't remember a closer race. Will the Academy go big and flashy with "The Revenant" or small and important with "Spotlight"? Join us, won't you? No, seriously, join us!

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Sunday, January 31, 2016

Episode 197 - Tess Barker - In Willo Winertas

Tess Barker (@tesstifybarker) is writer, comedian, and member of the comedy troupe Lady to Lady - she is also this week’s guest. #oscarssowhite - Will and Sean solve yet another tricky racial problem. X-Files has returned to television. Why all the ‘90s nostalgia and is the decade worth any of it? Will doesn’t understand how people live and work in LA. How is it that so many of you seem to have comfortable lives while being simultaneously marginally employed? Chocolate covered McDonalds french fries? Yes please!

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Sunday, January 24, 2016

Ep. 196 - Sam Feirstein - Subtle Moral Arguments

Sam Feirstein is a director, a producer, and a teller of stories. A fellow Valley Boy like Sean, he shares with us the weird twists and turns of his career in show business. George RR Martin won’t be releasing the sixth Game of Thrones book anytime soon - does he owe it to his fans? Making a Murderer is the latest true crime bit of pop culture that we have no patience for. And the NFL is coming to LA whether we want it or not. Want to own a movie theater in Maine, why not write about it?

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Sunday, January 17, 2016

Ep. 195 - Quinn Scillian - Goodnight Starman

Quinn Scillian is an actress and Will’s former co-host on the Afterbuzz “Masters of Sex” recap show. She helps us to recap the boring, unfunny, overlong, and just plain bad Golden Globes. Do the winner’s of this “prestigious” award help presage the Oscars? Who cares, David Bowie died - let’s talk about him instead. Also, Will is worried that Rashida Jones’ new show, “Angie Tribeca” will finally send him over the edge.

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Sunday, January 10, 2016

Ep. 194 - Josh Macuga - In a K-Hole

Josh Macuga (@JoshMacuga) hosts things. He hosts “Between the Sheets” for the Schmoes YOuTube channel, and he co-hosts the Collider “Agents of SHIELD” after-show with Will. We review some of our favorite films of 2015 as we look forward to the Oscar nominations. We are at our wit’s end with spoilers and people who are terrified of anything being spoiled for them anytime, ever. A luxurious spot at the Times Square Olive Garden or Ruby Tuesday cost a pretty penny - who is paying for these nonsense experiences?! That’s all I got, it’s only the first week of the year and I’m outta gas.

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Sunday, January 3, 2016

Ep. 183 - Jenn Scott - I Know That Thing!

Jenn Scott (@jenn_iphur) is a comedian, co-host of the Phat Show for Phat Collectibles at Meltdown Comics, and our first guest of 2016. We discuss some end of year movies we’ve recently seen before talking Star Wars, nothing but Star Wars. The Miss Universe pageant was a clusterfuck thanks to host Steve Harvey. Yelp is quite possibly the most useless app when it comes to finding new restaurants. Who wants to be a Viking? Seriously, they are looking for people. Welcome to 2016 - let’s do this!

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Sunday, December 13, 2015

Ep. 192 - Alex Stein - 2015, You're the Worst

Alex Stein (@coldfootfilms) makes a record fourth appearance as we close out 2015 with an examination of our pop culture tastes. We touch on Star Wars, the Golden Globes, and why 2016 will probably be an even worse year. Thanks for all the support. Spread the word, spread the love, and let us band together in the face of the ever encroaching forces of darkness that daily swell.

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Sunday, December 6, 2015

Ep. 191 - Jackie Vleck - Are We Snobs?

Jackie Vleck (@vleckj) is a writer and the co-host of the podcast “Garbage Town.” On her show, guests come on to discuss their near-hits and almost successes in Hollywood. It’s the end of the year which means that most movies in theaters are awards contenders. What do you do when some films just end up feeling like cinematic “homework?” What do you do when one of those films is the underwhelming “The Danish Girl?” Theaters are offering too many screenings of their movies and us bored white people are annoyed! The Chinese have a day dedicated to single people and Will and Sean are pissed! A girl fled home and lived in internet cafes for ten years, because, why not?

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Sunday, November 29, 2015

Ep. 190 - Kara Kimbrough & TK Matteson - Love at First Nacho

Kara Kimbrough and TK Matteson are comedians, and wife and husband (see what we did there). Performing separately, together they host the Rebels of Comedy shows around the LA area. They’re also a total hoot. CREED hit theaters this week, how is it that the seventh entry in a 40 year old franchise can feel so fresh and relevant? Does every piece of intellectual property require an extended cinematic universe? Hollywood seems to think so. Christmas is lovely, Christmas music, not so much, especially when it starts in late October. The most crooked sport in the world - why that would be the Paralympics.

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Sunday, November 22, 2015

Ep. 189 - Pablo Marz - Like a Piece of IKEA Furniture

Pablo Marz is an actor and storyteller who runs the LA based show, “Tell-It.” We tackle the most pressing issue of the day - would you kill Baby Hitler? It’s been a slow news week, so instead we discuss what books we’ve been reading. Will has been offered some writing gigs, the problem is, they’re all unpaid, and he has some thoughts. Are emus dangerous? Asking for a friend.

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Sunday, November 15, 2015

Ep. 188 - Arron Fenton - My Goblin Nature

Arron Fenton (@agentfenton) co-hosts the “Marvel’s Agents of SHIELD” recap show with Will on Collider. Forget that though, she used to be a stuntwoman and, thusly, has awesome stories! The latest James Bond film, Spectre, opened last week - were we shaken? Or merely stirred? The Donald hosted SNL, was it bad? Or the worst thing ever to air on the history of television ever? ESPN shutdown its prestige, long-form journalism site, Grantland. It’s easy to blame the corporate parent, but Will has some thoughts to the contrary. Never trust an old Austrian woman with a pile of money, trust us.

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Sunday, November 1, 2015

Ep. 187 - Oscar Sagastume - More of a Gourd

Oscar Sagastume (@oscarsagastume) does it all - comedian, three time Moth champion, husband, father, podcast guest. Star Wars tickets went on sale - we relate the heroic tales of how we purchased our tickets for opening night. Mets. Royals. Who cares, the World Series are over by now (spoiler alert, the Mets lost). Grown ass adults are paying good money to sleep at the museum. We don’t like these people. A chicken in Australia has its own twitter feed and Sean could not be happier.

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Sunday, October 25, 2015

Ep. 186 - Kasey Koop - Paying for Boners

Kasey Koop is a comedian and a dancer at a bikini bar, she’ll tell us which environment brings out creepier men. Alanis Morissette’s “Jagged Little Pill” was released 20 years ago, and it’s still giving us all the feels. Netflix is now in the original feature film business, what did we think of their first entry, “Beasts of No Nation”? Jennifer Lawrence wrote a strongly worded letter to Hollywood - thank god. We introduce you to possibly the worst person in America, possibly.

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Sunday, October 18, 2015

Ep. 186 - Mark Miller - An Eye for the Horseflesh

Mark Miller (@markmiller123), humorist, essayist, author sits down with us this week. A veteran of the 1970’s San Francisco comedy scene, he took Jay Leno’s advice and made the move to Los Angeles. His most recent book, “500 Coffee Dates: Dispatches from the Front Lines of the Online Dating Wars” examines the hilarious plight of the modern, single, male. Graphic sexuality abounds on the set of the upcoming HBO show “Westward.” Have we reached peak nudity on TV? Online fantasy sports are getting out of control and now the Justice Department has some questions for all the Draft Kings and Fan Duelers. Pixar announced its slate of new films, and it’s a direct march into the toilet. Burger King has a new bun that will turn your poop green. Who’s in?

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Sunday, October 11, 2015

Ep. 184 - Adrian Snow - Steppencub

Adrian Snow knows many things. This Chicago trained actress has starred in many commercials that you most likely have seen on the televisions. Additionally, she and Will co-hosted the “Masters of Sex” Afterbuzz podcast. SNL is back for its 41st season, so of course we are going to talk about it. Matt Damon said a bunch of stupid shit this week. Will has finally earned the opprobrium of internet trolls, and he’s none too happy about it. Monkies taking photos?! Now I’ve seen everything!

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Sunday, October 4, 2015

Ep. 183 - Fall Movie Preview 2015

The leaves are, supposedly, browning on the trees and the weather is, allegedly, changing from warm to crisp; that’s right, Fall is upon us, and with it, the Fall Movie Preview. Once more, no guest! Just Will! Just Sean! Just talking movies the way that sometimes two dudes do.

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Sunday, September 27, 2015

Ep. 182 - Steven Brandon - Definitely Quantas

Steven Brandon (@stevenb29) returns for a third time. As our resident TV expert and sometimes naked dater, it’s logical that we have him on to breakdown last week’s Emmy awards. Who won? Who lost? Who cares? We care!

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Sunday, September 20, 2015

Ep. 181 - Will Link & Sean David - Launch Window


Our guest this week is….NOBODY! That’s right, for the first time ever you get to hear the sweet dulcet tones of Will and Sean, flying solo, breaking down this week’s topics. There were scheduling issues and sometimes, you just gotta record. We look at Stephen Colbert’s first two weeks on network TV. The Pope is coming to the East Coast; can he do no wrong? (Canonically speaking, yes, he’s infallible). The Muppets are returning to ABC, are we excited? Sit back, relax, and enjoy this abbreviated episode. 

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Sunday, September 13, 2015

Ep. 180 - Joey Vigour - A Super Mighty Wind


Joey Vigour (MirrorBoxGames) hates having a boss, that’s why he created his own board game. In CHAOSMOS you play as an alien species exploring far reaches of the galaxy for a universe changing orb. Johnny Depp stretches his acting muscles, but do we care? Summer is over, but do we care? Chipotle tried to go anti-GMO, but do we care? Don’t eat the poo flavored curry!

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Sunday, September 6, 2015

Ep. 179 - Kimleigh Smith - Chaos in the Streets


Kimleigh Smith (@totallykimleigh) transformed her one-woman show into the “Embrace Your Cape” empowerment movement. As an actress she has worked with some of the biggest names in Hollywood, and the youngest. Should Jon Stewart host a presidential debate? Should a CGI version of Peter Cushing appear in “Star Wars: Rogue One?” Should the studio development process be revamped. All this, and more, in the latest episode. 

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Sunday, August 30, 2015

Ep. 178 - am Gasch & Rachel Bieber - Brooks Wuz Here


Sam Gasch (@samgasch) and Rachel Bieber (@slnowite) co-host the podcast “Rachel & Sam Read A Story.” They share with us some of their favorite and least favorite children’s books. sounds like a terrible place to work, but how else are we going to get same day diaper deliveries? Ashley Madison got hacked - should we feel bad for all the cheating cheaters who cheat? Regal Cinemas will begin searching your bags for weapons and snacks. Can summer be over already? We’re done with the heat, thank you very much.

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Sunday, August 23, 2015

Ep. 177 - Richard Park - Be Like Mike


Richard Park (@thatrichardpark) quit his comfortable white collar job to pursue stand up comedy. Is he a hero? Or a fool? We don’t know either. Is Tinder and online dating sites ruining romance? Swipe right for yes, left for no. AMC gets desperate this the premiere this week of “Fear the Walking Dead.” Will this new show be a hit or…DOA? Perez Hilton issued a one week ban on reporting anything about the Kardashians; Will thinks that this strategy is a terrible idea destined for failure. You have one week left to wear white before Labor Day.

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Monday, August 17, 2015

Ep. 176 - Alex Alexander - Topping Us Off


Alex Alexander, host of P.E.Z. - Personal Essay Show, returns to the podcast with bottles of sugary booze in tow. This time though, we try to keep our heads about us as we record. Twitter is cracking down on joke stealers, but how exactly is this process supposed to work? Miles Teller was Hollywood’s next “It Boy,” until he wasn’t. We discuss “Fantastic Four” and his recent Esquire magazine interview. We, for one, welcome our new robot overlords, may they treat us kindly. Quit peeing on walls in San Francisco - the city has had enough.

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Sunday, August 9, 2015

Episode 175 - Emmys 2015


An entire episode dedicated to the transcendent genius that is Emmy Rossum - and nothing else. 

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Sunday, August 2, 2015

Ep. 174 - Kelsey Cook - Back, But No Better


Kelsey Cook (@kelseycook) is our first guest back after summer break. She travels the country opening for Jim Norton, and hosts a weekly podcast, Cook’d, where she grills other comedians to reveal their naughty secrets. Also, she’s a professional foosball player! That’s right, the table game with the plastic men skewered on metal rods. We get deep inside the science of “The Beautiful Table Game.” Sean just came back from two weeks in Europe, I know, asshole, right? We share travel stories. Harper Lee’s “sequel” to “To Kill a Mockingbird” was released, and guess what - Atticus Finch is now a card carrying racist. So…glad that happened. Netflix keeps jacking their prices up, and someone is not happy about this. Bring us the head of F.W. Murnau!!!

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Saturday, July 11, 2015

Ep. 173 - Hana Michels - Tighten Up


Hana Michels (@hanamichels) is an LA based comedian and podcaster who will soon be a New York based comedian and podcaster. With her therapist father she co-hosts “Free Therapy” where fellow comedians sit down for an hour of soul searching and analysis. Will is officially unemployed, which means that he has discovered the Lifetime Channel. “Amy” the new documentary about the late singer Amy Winehouse, came out this week. Uber drivers are the worst - we share our stories. Would you name your baby something crazy is a corporation asked you to? We know that we would.

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Sunday, June 28, 2015

Ep. 172 - Lauri Fraser - Coach Died Over the Summer

Lauri Fraser is a storyteller, a voice over artist, and a hair stylist. She gives us tips on how to succeed at all three. Check out her monthly LA Show - "I Love a Good Story." The time is finally here, Will has lost his job. We offer advice and share stories. Summer TV used to mean reruns, not anymore. We review some of the new summer shows. 106.7 KROQ seems to no longer play rock songs, and it’s pissing Will off. Crystal Pepsi is coming back, because of course it is.

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Sunday, June 21, 2015

Ep. 171 - Bob Blankenheim - Marty McFlyboy


Bob Blankenheim does it all. He can construct a time machine, edit a fake trailer for E.T. 2, recreate the “Friends” opening title sequence, all while flying a plane. “True Detective” returns this week, can it possibly live up to season one? Even legitimate critics are turning into internet trolls. Who watches the watchers? Amusement parks need to get their act together, says Will. Please ignore my kangaroo, he’s a service animal.

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Monday, June 15, 2015

Ep. 170 - Chris Bergoch - Vader/Voldemort 2016


Chris Bergoch, co-writer and co-producer of the Sundance hit film, Tangerine, is our guest. Working with his partner, Sean Baker, these two made a film about two transgendered prostitutes wandering the streets of Los Angeles on Christmas Eve in search of justice. Using a cast of both professional and non-professional actors, and shot exclusively on three iPhones (for cost as much as anything else), “Tangerine” comes to theaters on July 10th upon a wave of buzz and good press. “Jurassic World” came out - will it be any good? Will has seen it, and deems it to be so. Election season is in full swing, 18 months before the actual elections. Can we drop the charade and just put the whole reality sow on television already? Tables have turned on the “Game of Thrones” book readers. Can Will avoid spoiling TV exclusive plot developments to his cocky friends? The antechinus might have the right idea.

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Sunday, June 7, 2015

Ep. 169 - Jeff May - Good Wolf Banging


Jeff May saves our ass this week. A former Massacheusetts school teacher, he gave up that kingdom of gold to come pursue his comedic dreams in LA.  Entourage: The Movie is out, how douchey are we for seeing it? Some artists have it until they don’t. We examine some prime suspects. Josh Duggar is a sexual criminal - or is he??? (He is). Sorry about the audio nonsense in the last 15 minutes, Mercury is in transit or Jupiter is Ascending. Some bullshit like that.

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Sunday, May 31, 2015

Ep. 168 - Anna Koppel - Boom, Full Circle


Anna Koppel of AfterBuzz TV is our guest this week. What’s the value and purpose of recap culture? Are there shows that probably don’t warrant a recap? Letterman ended his late night show - three non fans discuss. Why do we love watching disaster films? Weddings have gotten out of control, Will calls out these hijackers for what they are. Every episode of the podcast is a Japanese “crying room."

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Sunday, May 24, 2015

Ep. 167 - Sam Zia - Hate the Game


Sam Zia returns to the show, again.  On Playboy Radio’s “The Couch,” Sam - a licensed sex therapist - and two lovely (far lovelier than him) co-hosts spend an hour getting to know and talking through the sexual and relationship issues of one lucky guest. He attempts to counsel us, results are varied. Mad Men ended, we unpack the final suitcase. The report on “Deflategate” was released, we discuss those cheating cheaters the New England Patriots. One of Will’s favorite films of the decade, “Zero Dark Thirty” might be a film based atop a palace of lies. Manatees have a better sex life than any of us - lucky sea cows.

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