Climb into our fort for an adult slumber party with Alie & Georgia! There's wine spritzers, games, ghost stories and pajamas are mandatory.
Rank #1: 57 - Karen Kilgariff.
Karen Kilgariff joins your new favorite episode of Slumber Party and her ghost story is really...uhhh...don't listen in bed at night. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Rank #2: 19 - Mamrie Hart.
You Deserve A Drink host Mamrie Hart comes by the Slumber Party to talk internet crushes and booze! Don't miss Tripping Out with Alie & Georgia on the Travel Channel every Friday night this summer! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
A curation of improvised scenes - the types the NSA might be eavesdropping on by tapping our phones, laptops, and televisions- by hosts Luka Jones, Casey Feigh and Mary Holland, who are joined by an array of actors and improvisers.
Rank #1: File 2.008 - with Jessica McKenna, Laura Chinn & Humphrey Ker.
A group of friends tries to take an acceptable photo in Vegas. A girlfriend reveals to her boyfriend that she told her mother about him (12:32). A couple proposes a threesome to a friend (26:32). Featuring Luka Jones, Mary Holland, Casey Feigh, Jess McKenna, Laura Chinn, and Humphrey Ker.
Rank #2: File 4.014 - with Erin Whitehead & Marcy Jarreau.
A mother confronts her son about a used condom. A date conversation turns to magical thinking (16:19). A group of flight attendants prevent a passenger from sleeping (33:03). Featuring Luka Jones, Mary Holland, Casey Feigh, Erin Whitehead, & Marcy Jarreau.
Comedian and repeat relationship failure, Erin McGathy talks love, sex and all matters of heartbreak in the audio version of her live show originally performed at the Upright Citizen's Brigade Theatre. Let's get terrible.
Rank #1: The Return Of This Feels Terrible.
Divorced, living in Ireland, Erin McGathy relaunches her relationship podcast This Feels Terrible with a candid interview with her first boyfriend ever.
Rank #2: Dan Harmon II.
Dan Harmon returns to This Feels Terrible for a special recording from the tour, interrupting Erin and Dan trying to rest in bed they answer e-mails and talk puppies.
Grown men Kurt Braunhohler and Joe DeRosa explore the intricacies and conundrums that come along with true friendship after thirty, all while maintaining the enthusiasm and vulnerability of two baby boys
Rank #1: Throwback - Joe and Kurt Get Soft w/ Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark.
We’re going back through the vaults, way back, to dust off our emotional hang with Karen and Georgia. Let us examine the delicate flower that is adult friendship by burping, reliving uncomfortable Thanksgiving parties, and, of course, talking murder.
Rank #2: Joe and Kurt Get Soft w/ Nikki Glaser and Lizzy Cooperman.
Comedians and friends Nikki Glaser and Lizzy Cooperman stop by the studio in this emotional hang to reflect on the stuff that matters, ie the politics between drivers and bikers, deviously reading your roommate's diary, and fat, drunk fun in St. Louis. Don't fret, there's still time left for airing it out.
Comedian Joe DeRosa and writer Patrick Walsh discuss or provide commentary on a different horror/ sci-fi/ fantasy film each week. The guys go off on tangents aplenty, break balls, and test the limits of their friendship while riffing on classics, underrated gems, and plain old crap. Watch along or just listen and laugh -- you've got options, babe! So without further ado, on with the show and ON... with the Joe!!!
Rank #1: EPISODE 5.28: "THE LOST BOYS".
Folks, this week Pat and Joe do a commentary episode for 1987's The Lost Boys! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Rank #2: Episode 3.05: "STRANGER THINGS".
For the fifth episode of their movie-centric third season, Joe DeRosa & Pat Walsh flash back to this summer's Netflix hit, STRANGER THINGS! The gruesome twosome discuss the film's controversial relationship to its influences, the burgeoning comebacks of Winona Ryder and Mel Gibson, and continue to fight over the films in the DC Extended Universe. And be sure to check out Joe DeRosa’s SOME SEVERE SITUATIONS short story series, which you can find HERE and HERE. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
What’s the most puzzling dream you’ve ever had? Maybe it was a fear dream, a love dream, a death dream, a recurring dream… or just complete nonsense. Ever wonder what it could possibly mean? Chris Gethard (Beautiful Stories from Anonymous People) and Gary Richardson are here to help you figure it out. On their new podcast, In Your Dreams, Chris and Gary team up to help you unravel the mysteries of the dream world.Listeners are invited to call (810) DREAM-68 and record the story of their most memorable dreams. Then, each week, Chris (an admitted layman) and Gary (an expert of questionable credentials) offer up their analysis of the most interesting dream submissions. Plus, some very special guests join in to help with the analysis, and to talk about their own bizarre dreams.While their expertise may be up for debate, one thing’s for certain: Chris and Gary are on a serious mission to get to the bottom of their listeners’ most puzzling nighttime musings.
Rank #1: Episode 2: Jo Firestone - Enter the Bloodtality.
Comedian Jo Firestone joins Chris and Gary for this week's dream analysis, tackling mysterious coded messages, robots who love flowers, and shark eyes! But tensions run high as details of Gary's "training" begin to come out.Go to www.casper.com/dreams and use the offer code “DREAMS” for $50 off your next mattress purchase.
Rank #2: Episode 3: John Reynolds - The Really Freaky Ones.
This week’s episode is a mind-bending journey through the deepest, darkest caverns of the human psyche. Actor and comedian John Reynolds joins the show to help Chris and Gary navigate palaces of pink Play-Doh, interpret messages from beyond the grave, and squeeze every ounce of meaning from the vilest of nightmares.Go to www.casper.com/dreams and use the offer code “DREAMS” for $50 off your next mattress purchase.
Despite his tiny, fleeting epiphanies, host Drew Droege has no idea what his morally bankrupt friends are going to tell him. Painful tales of forbidden desire, embarrassing stupidity, and downright garbage are spun together in search of a larger truth. Lower your expectations.
Rank #1: Les Enfants de Mountain Dew w/ Adam Slapin and Andre Hyland.
We were all brats who consumed too many sweets, had filthy tongues, and terrorized our elders. But at least we don't describe ourselves as "woke".
Rank #2: Crawling For Aliens w/ James Adomian and Liz Feldman.
Our parents have embarrassed us at dinner theaters. We believe in aliens. We need to relax and slow down and listen and love and be okay.Don’t miss an episode! Subscribe @ smarturl.it/minorrevelationsLike what you hear? Check out Fear Based Life @ hyperurl.co/fblOh! Check out our survey @ smarturl.it/feralsurvey
Grownup comedians Kelly Nugent and Lindsay Katai discuss the trashy teen horror of their awkward neon youth - from the rise of MTV to the fall of ... well, MTV. So tighten those side ponytails, push your pogs to one side, then fire up your 56k dial-up modem and subscribe. New episodes every Wednesday on the Forever Dog Podcast Network. All creepy opinions expressed are those of the hosts.
Rank #1: V.C. Andrews's My Sweet Audrina.
Kelly and Katai chat and heal from the trauma that is V.C. Andrews's My Sweet Audrina! Blood clot projectiles! Chameleon hair and haunted eyes! #VERA!For a hilarious rundown of Vera's star moments (and other VC goodness) check out casteelkidsstolemygroceries.tumblr.com and follow @possiblemermaid on Twitter!SUBSCRIBE TO THE TEEN CREEPS PATREON to get bonus episodes, merch, and more:https://www.patreon.com/teencreepsCONNECT W/ TEEN CREEPS:https://twitter.com/teencreepspodhttps://www.instagram.com/teencreepspodhttps://www.facebook.com/teencreepspodBUY TEEN CREEPS MERCH:https://www.teepublic.com/stores/teen-creepsTEEN CREEPS IS A FOREVER DOG PODCASThttp://foreverdogproductions.com/fdpn/podcasts/teen-creeps
Rank #2: Christopher Pike's Slumber Party.
Welcome to the inaugural episode of Teen Creeps! Kelly and Katai take you on a trip down memory lane! But the memories are creepy! Like a memory of a dream where you're at your mom's house, but it's not your mom's house because the walls are more yellow and the tables and chairs are too tall! First up: Christopher Pike's Slumber Party!SUBSCRIBE TO THE TEEN CREEPS PATREON to get bonus episodes, merch, and more:https://www.patreon.com/teencreepsCONNECT W/ TEEN CREEPS:https://twitter.com/teencreepspodhttps://www.instagram.com/teencreepspodhttps://www.facebook.com/teencreepspodBUY TEEN CREEPS MERCH:https://www.teepublic.com/stores/teen-creepsTEEN CREEPS IS A FOREVER DOG PODCASThttp://foreverdogproductions.com/fdpn/podcasts/teen-creeps
Finally, a show that celebrates the things in life that in no way warrant celebration! Each week, comedian Jamie Lee (Girl Code, Conan, Late Late Show) and her hilarious friends share and discuss a new personal "Worst." Part 1: Jamie & co play catch up. Part 2: They get into it. Worst vacation, worst sex, worst advice... Strap in for the ultimate round up of top-notch rock bottoms. Catharsis guaranteed. New episodes every Thursday! Follow Jamie Lee on Twitter: @TheJamieLee. BTW JAMIE'S DEBUT BOOK "WEDDICULOUS" IS NOW AVAILABLE FOR PREORDER AT WEDDICULOUSBOOK.COM!
Rank #1: Worst Road Gigs.
Comedian Kara Klenk (Broad City, Girl Code) is back on the podcast! Part 1: What to do with parents when they visit you, and moms hating theme parks. Part 2: Rock clubs that don't promote, bookers who make you feel bad and one very odd Hollywood meeting.
Rank #2: Worst Haircut.
Worst hair, do care! Jamie and returning favorite Dan Black discuss Dennis the Labradoodle's tragic return from the groomers, looking like a complete psycho. Plus, Jamie's shaved head in 8th grade and Dan's aggressive bowl cut in high school.
It's Reductress for your ears. Join ladymag editors Quenn (Nicole Silverberg) and Dikoda (Rachel Wenitsky) for a dish-sesh of sassy catchphrases, boob measuring techniques, and how to sync your periods! Quenn and Dikoda will give you everything you’ve come to expect from a women’s magazine in 2017.
Rank #1: Boyfs & Hubsands (w/ Aubrey Plaza).
A bird flew into our office! We talk about how we survived, our boyfs and hubsands, and things that have us FROTHING at the mouth this week. We also talk to Parks and Recreation star, Aubrey Plaza.
Rank #2: Can You Get Down With This Bomb Ass Weed? (w/ Paul F. Tompkins).
It’s 4/20, and we’re getting down with that dank ass weed! We answer the question of whether you should get high or yes, and talk to the king of podcasts, Paul F. Tompkins!
Emil Amos charts the birth and development of the classic archetype 'The Outsider', telling disturbing and often humiliating stories about growing up in a small town in the 90’s. Every other episode digs into the archaeology of lesser-known music to illuminate the same themes from a more objective, historical perspective.
Rank #1: CENTER OF THE CYCLONE.
This is the 'season finale' of the first 6 month run of Drifter's Sympathy.We've already covered that there's inevitably a moment in the 'hero's journey' where one doesn't know what they're doing anymore and has lost all sense of safety and direction. This cast is about the stage beyond that where the joke goes too far and one isn't taking death or life seriously. Its a void that a lot of people don't return from. Something needs to eventually peel away the callousness, alleviate the pain and/or cease the addictions that fuel our urge to swim down to the bottom of a very viscous and dangerous swamp where we test fate by living without any of the elements that actually sustain life. A new sensitivity and reason for being need to finally emerge.Until that alleviation, this realm offers a dare symbolized in some mythologies as a kind of Satanic contract... ...to live on the other side of sanity and health for as long as you can while laughing at the imminent destruction that's coming straight at you.
Rank #2: HIGH SCHOOL.
Episode 13 kicks off the second season of Drifter's Sympathy.💐 Like an archaeologist going over the same prehistoric site twice, we go back to High School in an attempt to return to more optimistic times. That strategy backfires completely as we dive fully into the experience of finding a dead body, the extremely faint footprint we leave on earth and the confusion of watching a peer get destroyed by authoritarian figures right in front of your eyes. This season is dedicated to Don Clarke-Pearson, a lovely kid I went to High School with that the local media and law enforcement put on a plank to walk in front of us.
We define a taboo story as something you would never EVER talk about at the dinner table. Even after a few glasses of wine. Society has made the rules, and our mission is to break them because we honestly believe: The more we all talk about how fucked up we are, the more normal we all feel. Since establishing our stage show in 2010, Taboo Tales has covered everything from living with HIV to being born without rectal muscles to blindness to being forty and lonely. One requirement is that all stories be funny. Laughing about life is the key to letting go. This podcasts brings storytellers off the storytelling stage and into the studio for a story and discussion. Taboo Tales and this podcast are produced by Corey Podell, Laurenne Sala, and Jeff Payne at Eleven studios. Find out more at tabootales.org
Rank #1: Paul Gilmartin & that Mommy issue.
Paul Gilmartin - comedian, podcast host, writer, and generally beautiful human being - sits down with us for a very special episode. Not only does Paul share his truly vulnerable and bravely told story, but he turns the tables on Corey and deftly breaks down her walls straight into an ugly cry. This episode is a hybrid of storytelling, bonding, therapy and of course, laughter.
Rank #2: Jenna Brister & the happy ending.
The hilarious Jenna Brister dishes on massage parlor etiquette in one of our steamiest Taboo Tales to date.
Mother, May I Sleep With Podcast? is the only podcast that breaks down Lifetime Original Movies, one movie per week. New episodes each Sunday. Hosted by Molly McAleer, writer and co-founder of Hello Giggles.
Rank #1: S1E4 - Drew Peterson: Untouchable (Featuring Karen Kilgariff).
"Watching movies like these will change the way I date." This week, Molly invites her pal Karen Kilgariff (co-host of My Favorite Murder) to discuss Drew Peterson: Untouchable, a movie that only took 17 days to film! Not only did we get to see Rob Lowe play the completely creepy Drew Peterson, we also were blessed with a younger Kaley Cuoco as Stacy Peterson, Drew’s 4th wife. This and other gems like real snippets of actual television interviews with Larry King and Matt Lauer, you have to listen now to find out why this film earned our highest rating (so far) on the MMISWP podcast! Make sure you smash that subscribe button on iTunes and if you're really digging us, leave a rating and a 5-star review! Until next time... For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
Rank #2: S3E9 - Flowers in the Attic (Featuring Karen Kilgariff).
"It's like Rollergirl got a family." It's the moment we have all been waiting for: Molls and Karen Kilgariff(co-host of My Favorite Murderamong many other things) get into Flowers in the Attic, specifically the most recent film adaptation of the V.C. Andrews classic (albeit disturbing) novel.They start by chatting about how pretty Heather Graham is before getting into the general darkness of the movie. There's a lot to discuss with this one, Lifetime lovers - grab your snacks, enjoy some LOLs and definitely hang out to see where this landed on our rating scale! For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
No guilt. Only pleasure. A podcast about pop music hosted by @lalalanalise and @OmarNajam. New episodes every Monday.
Rank #1: 100 - E•MO•TION (Album).
IT IS THE ONE-HUNDREDTH EPISODE OF POPULAR MUSIC: THE PODCAST AND WE ARE YELLING BECAUSE WE ARE BOTH HAPPY AND SAD! In this milestone episode, we sadly say goodbye to Steven - as it is his last as a co-host, but we welcome brand spanking (with consent) NEW co-host, Omar Najam (Sunnydale Study Group/Thank You For Questing/2 Broke Geeks)! We could think of no better way to celebrate the duality of this episode than to talk FOR TWO SOLID HOURS about the myriad of emotions on Carly Rae Jepsen’s touchstone album named, what else, EMOTION. It’s a full album review and I doubt you’ll find a more intense, joyous, attentive, and loving review of this album, Carly. PS. Come on the podcast. No guilt. Only pleasure. Popular Music is a pop music podcast hosted by Steven Ray Morris and Analise Nelson. New episodes every Monday. Email us: email@example.com Chat pop music with us in our Facebook group!: https://www.facebook.com/groups/647416295647220/ This week's Spotify Mix: https://open.spotify.com/user/lalalanalise/playlist/42vbhEl3XTQnyLge7DQeca?si=FcWPNQK8Q2upRDw_zOnjPQ Additional Recommendations: “Boy Problems” is totes queer - https://themuse.jezebel.com/carly-rae-jepsens-boy-problems-is-a-beautiful-gay-song-1726386834 Another brilliant CRJ analysis by Jia Tolentino - https://www.theawl.com/2015/08/notes-on-21st-century-mystic-carly-rae-jepsen/ “When I Needed You” on Song Exploder: http://songexploder.net/carly-rae-jepsen Making of Emotion: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AyV2unZFHbs Find us on all the socials! twitter.com/popmusicpodcast instagram.com/popmusicpodcast facebook.com/popmusicpodcast Follow Analise: twitter.com/lalalanalise Follow Steven: twitter.com/stevenraymorris Follow Omar: twitter.com/omarnajam Podcast logo by Javier Solórzano https://instagram.com/jav_solo/
Rank #2: 143 - NEW WAVE NOVEMBER: TOP TEN.
What better way to wrap up New Wave November than by making a playlist of our top ten favorite new wave songs! Which ones to choose? In what order? And why?! All that and more. Bring your synths and your smiles cause we're riding the new wave. Email us: firstname.lastname@example.org Get a Popular Music t-shirt!: https://www.teepublic.com/t-shirt/4134024-classic-pop-music-logo?store_id=205839 Chat pop music with us in our Facebook group!: https://www.facebook.com/groups/647416295647220/ This week's Spotify Mix: Find us on all the socials! twitter.com/popmusicpodcast instagram.com/popmusicpodcast facebook.com/popmusicpodcast Follow Analise: twitter.com/lalalanalise Follow Omar: twitter.com/omarnajam Podcast logo by Javier Solórzano https://instagram.com/jav_solo/
Brought to you by the team behind the hit website AwkwardFamilyPhotos.com, The Awkward Family Podcast is a heartfelt and humorous look at the cringeworthy side of family. Each week, hosts and married couple SuChin Pak and Mike Bender interview the real people behind the most talked about awkward photos while exploring those universal uncomfortable family moments we all experience.
Rank #1: Mask Boy.
Mask Boy is one of Awkward Family Photos most iconic images. Mike Bender and SuChin Pak talk to the boy behind the mask, now a 45-year-old man, to unravel the mystery of what is really going on in this bizarre photograph. You can check out this episode's awkward photo in all of its high-res glory at awkwardfamilyphotos.com/maskboy.Mike Bender runs Awkward Family Photos - a site that, for years, had collected thousands of photos of families being awkward together. SuChin Pak is an award-winning journalist, and she knows a little something about awkward family photos: she and Mike are married.