Doogie Howser, MD is proof that the early 90s was a weird time for TV. Rob and Brit watch the pilot episode of the series as the duo discusses kid docs, reboots, and more!Find us on social media @pinkjeansproductions and visit us at www.pinkjeansproductions.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Yo! Thank you all for listening to the podcast. Please subscribe & visit www.Ericwebbjr.com for any new updates! I watch a classic 90s show Doogie Howser M.D. A show about a 16 year old doctor!? Someone should have told the writers to LAY OFF THE WEEEEEEEEEEEEDDDDDAAAAAAHHHHHHHHHH! Check it out!
Hosts Jo Firestone & Manolo Moreno play listener-created games with callers via Zoom!Games played: Alexa, Please!!, Colorful Critters, and Dr. Dog DanishCallers: Harry from Chicago, Illinois; Tice from Reston, Virginia; Sarah & Lucy from Roeland Park, Kansas; Addisen from Austin, Texas; Ben & Lissie from Sherborne, Dorset, England; Dennis & Davey from Petaluma, California; Justin from London, Ontario, Canada; Mujtaba from London, England; Grace (and Mars the baby corn snake) from San Diego, California; Patricia from Plattsburgh, New York; Sabrina from Martinsburg, West Virginia; Jenna & Brian from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania; José from Bloomington, IndianaOutro theme by Brady Brown from Stillwater, OklahomaThis episode sponsored by: Magic Spoon - Go to magicspoon.com/GAMESHOW and use the code GAMESHOW to save $5 off!Green Chef - Go to GreenChef.com/gameshow100 and use code gameshow100 to get $100 off including free shipping!
In E11 of Season 2 His Hour Upon the Stage, we get pirate ruffles and so much more, and Enn takes us through every outrageous turn. Afterwards Matt dives into the life and untimely death of the controversial Roy Radin. Find out how 'The Cotton Club Murder' went cold for so many years.Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/rippedheadlinespod)
“Spell It M-A-N” (January 6, 1993) You might be surprised to learn that Doogie Howser M.D. only lasted four seasons and 97 episodes, but perhaps because Neil Patrick Harris has continued to be famous ever since, the show casts a lot longer of a shadow than it might otherwise. This fourth-season episode deals with Vinnie (Max Casella) being horrified to learn that his college roommate is gay, and because NPH is himself an out gay man, it plays out a lot different today. All this plus a special appearance by Teen Witch herself, Robyn Lively! Listen to the episode of Smart Mouth explains the history of Pocky to food writer Tien Nguyen. Listen to Monday Afternoon Movie’s special tribute to the late, great Cloris Leachman. Listen to Drew’s 80s music podcast and its new episode about South African synthop. Drew was on this week’s Talking Simpsons, discusses Sophie Krustofsky and Drew Barrymore. And finally, if you want to know what the hell Drew was talking about at the end of this one, listen to Astonishing Legends’ series on the Black-Eyed Kids... if you dare. You can actually watch the entirety of Neil Patrick Harris cinematic masterpiece Purple People Eater right now on YouTube. Check out the cover art they picked for the very not gay third season of Doogie Howser. There is not a single accepted explanation for what prostitutes have to do with pasta puttanesca, and don’t believe anyone who tells you otherwise. Before there were The Croods, there was Cro. This is the Drider of which Glen speaks. Watch Drew’s video compilation of every LGBT joke ever on the history of The Simpsons. Buy Glen’s movie, Being Frank. Support us on Patreon! Follow: GEE on Facebook • GEE’s Facebook Group • GEE on Twitter • GEE on Instagram • Drew on Twitter • Glen on Twitter Listen: iTunes • Spotify • Stitcher • Google Play • Google Podcasts • Himalaya • TuneIn This episode’s outro track is “Song of Arabia” by Clad, which is actually not available on any streaming service but maybe just listen to it on YouTube?
Ep 29 - Doogie Howser, M.D. (w/ Chris, Brian, and Jon)
Totally Rad Christmas!
What's up, dudes? This week I'm joined by Chris, Brian, and Jon from Yuletide TV to talk the "Doogie Howser, M.D." Christmas episode. Emergency surgery as a reindeer? Underage massage train? Even the lascivious best friend is invited to the party! By the way, Doogie's dad should've used LEDs. We get into it all! Don't forget to vote for the best worst impression in Gag Me with a Spoon! Check it out, stat!
Fan Theories Part 3: Malcolm in the Middle, Breaking Bad, The Walking Dead, House, M.D., Doogie Howser, M.D., Seinfeld, Saved by the Bell, Gilligan's Island, and the Fresh Prince of Bel-Air Mysteries
Do Malcolm in the Middle, Breaking Bad, The Walking Dead, and Fear the Walking Dead all take place in the same universe? Are House and Doogie Howser the same person? Is Gilligan's Island Hell? Did the cast of Seinfeld die and go to Hell? Does Will Smith die and go to Hell? Does Saved by the Bell exist inside the mind of Zack Morris? All these questions and more will be asked.