If you love podcast episodes that use a lot of visuals, then you will simply adore this episode. Kim and Aliya are joined by one of science's most innovative minds, Reggie Watts, to answer a unique question submitted by Brazil LaMontgomery. Thank you, Brazil, for writing in! Be sure to subscribe and join us each week! Submit your science questions at firstname.lastname@example.org Learn more about Consider This Media at www.considerthismedia.com
Spring TV: 'Chad' & 'Home Economics!' Also, Reggie Watts
Ask Me Another
Reggie Watts (The Late Late Show) and Kate Berlant (POOG podcast) determine whether wellness products are real or fake. From ABC's Home Economics, Sasheer Zamata and Caitlin McGee learn what "holding the candle" means. Plus, Saturday Night Live alum Nasim Pedrad talks about her new TBS sitcom Chad and tries to guess the endings of classic I Love Lucy episodes.
Reggie Watts: Monty Python and the Holy Grail, Pink Floyd's The Wall and The Matrix
Movies That Changed My Life
Actor, comedian and podcaster Reggie Watts sits down with Ian de Borja to chat about his role in 'The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge on the Run', the constructs of reality and the movies that changed his life.Hosted by Ian de BorjaFind additional content about Movies That Changed My Life at IMDb.com/podcasts.Follow IMDb on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and YouTube
Dennis Miller+1: Reggie Watts launches new app ‘WattsApp’
Reggie Watts is comedian and musician best known as the lead band member of the Late Late Show with James Corden. He just launched an app to be able to share his content with friends and fans without ads, and without personal data being tracked. He discusses with Dennis Miller his plan to make this available for all artist in a more affordable way.
Ep 38 - Reggie Watts is Here to Help, from Outer Space!
This Might Help with Matt Braunger
Reggie Watts is someone I love to watch on stage as well as hang out with (it’s less common than you might think). An improvisor at his core, Reggie creates music and comedy from scratch onstage and has an open, creative mind when it comes to others offstage. We first met at the Bumbershoot Festival in 2009 and he inspired me big time, because at one point I had to go on after him (Me back then: “Shit!!”). It made me conquer certain fears, something we all have to go through. Now he’s the head of the band on the Late Late Show with James Corden, but he still creates and performs regularly. He was an absolute blast and joy on TMH.THE CALLS:1) A lady who’s just turned 40 is sick of guys saying “You don’t look that old” as a compliment. Can we help?2) A man takes big dumps at his girlfriend’s house and at her parents’ place, but they don’t have a plunger. What to do?3) A nice lady asks Reggie THE ULTIMATE QUESTION (listen to find out what it is!!).Thanks, Mightys! Enjoy, and spread the word.For advertising opportunities email email@example.comCall Matt and ask a question 323-763-0228New episodes arrive every Thursday via The Laugh Button. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Why Not Both is an exploration of how our multiple passions shape our identity, hosted by musician and therapist Pam Shaffer and produced by writer and photographer Laura Studarus. For our fourth season, we partnered up with Under The Radar to explore the lives of musicians, writers, actors, and creatives. Reggie Watts is famous for his improvisational skills so it was no surprise that we had a delightful time talking about literally everything that popped in our heads. From his brilliant project WattsApp to his collaboration with fellow genius Marc Rebillet and his work on the Late Late Show, Watts is always striving to create community and connection with his art. He says that creation is a cooperative dance with chaos and we couldn’t agree more. Thanks again for listening! Make sure to subscribe, leave us a nice review, and hang out with us on Insta and Twitter. You can also support us on Patreon.--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/why-not-both/support
We had a lot of fun talking with Reggie Watts about technology, music, mutual friends and a mutual appreciation of the applause button on our sound board.Sponsors: Go to http://www.hellotushy.com/steveo for 10% off Go to http://www.drinklmnt.com/steveo for a FREE sample pack (only $5 for shipping). Deal is good only through January, 2021. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
The second instalment of the Isolation Series: recorded via technology with each band member sat in a chair in their own home with special guest Reggie Watts. Surprisingly, it nearly all works and it’s the usual mix of stupid songs and nonsense talking. Enjoy!See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
To celebrate the release of the new Deftones album Ohms, we paired frontman Chino Moreno with his old friend and tourmate — and long-time Deftones fan! — comedian/musician Reggie Watts for a Talkhouse Podcast conversation.The guys were very psyched to catch up, and their freewheeling talk took in the making of the new Deftones LP; the ups and downs of long-term collaborations; their very different writing and recording approaches; and… bikes. Turns out they're both waaay into bikes.Check it out, and subscribe now to stay in the loop on future episodes of the Talkhouse Podcast, including Tegan and Sara with Dehd, Phish‘s Mike Gordon with Leo Kottke, and Norah Jones with Jeff Tweedy. And be sure to check our Soundcloud archives for recent shows featuring Tame Impala with Caribou, Carly Rae Jepsen with mxmtoon, Diplo with Charlie Crockett, and loads more.—Elia Einhorn, Talkhouse Podcast host and producerFor this week’s episode, everyone you hear recorded themselves. Our producer is Mark Yoshizumi.The Talkhouse Podcast theme song was composed and performed by The Range.Please direct all podcast-related ideas, vitriol, and compliments to firstname.lastname@example.org.