This fresh new reboot of the classic comedy and pop culture podcast, finds hosts Dale & Scott living and playing in Sin City. Live on tape from Las Vegas, Nevada, to the entire world, every week! New episodes first premiered on May 25, 2018.
Our Halloween episode features good news about parents getting more involved in schools to curb violence; Kellogg's gets sued because there isn't enough strawberries in their Pop-Tarts; TV and movie filming is actually booming in Los Angeles despite what we said recently; Gunther from “Friends” passed away; should people have funerals BEFORE they die?; Kieran Culkin from HBO's “Succession” will host the next “Saturday Night Live;” Britney Spears seems to be planning her revenge; and, much more!
We're a day late and a dollar short, but we're still delivering all the fun, including Kayne is now officially Ye; “Halloween Kills” slays at the box office; Prince Charles' car runs on old wine and cheese; “Wonder Woman” is curiously coming back for a third go; Banksy's $24 million shredded artwork; Madonna is a rude bitch; the Queen gives up her daily martini; Nutter Butter cookies are on the endangered list; Vincent Price's big “Thriller” mistake; and, lots more pop culture silliness.
What are gender neutral toothbrushes, California?; Kim Kardashian actually kills on “Saturday Night Live;” McDonald's gifts teachers healthy breakfast items; Kellogg's employees' curious strike; fun “Halloween Kills,” “Scream,” and “Succession” news; should Madonna stop with her art projects?; why are Dunkin' Donuts Halloween costumes a thing?; K-Cups are kinda bad; and, lots of other pop culture news and views from Dale & Scott. What could be better than that?
On the 11th anniversary of our very first episode, we're talking about our trip to the Outer Banks; our visit with the Kopps of Virginia Beach after 28 years; Captain Kirk is finally going to space; someone buys the Folgers' jingle; Eminem opens a spaghetti restaurant; Walmart hits poor people; a Danish artist makes a brilliant move; the “Game of Thrones” prequel gets a first look; actress/reality star Lisa Rinna gets sued for posting photos of herself; and, much more pop culture silliness.
Dale & Scott are breaking down the huge Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas news; the Eiffel Tower's copyright claim; AMC theaters hire Nicole Kidman to win back audiences; Disney is scared they might lose their Avengers characters; SNL returns this weekend with most of the cast in place; we're diggin' Showtime's “American Rust;” a couple gets kicked out FOR wearing a mask; local governments are making restaurants pay dearly; and the stores might not have toilet paper but they have holiday decorations.
We're welcoming the fall equinox and talking about Emmys' big mess; why the next “The Walking Dead” episode scared us silly; more Facebook/Instagram controversy is brewing; Macy's Thanksgiving parade will be back; KFC sued over scalding gravy; Taco Bell has a taco-a-day scheme; “Cops” revived and “TMZ” acquired by FOX; douches continue to take their COVID frustrations out on innocent folks; and, “The Nightmare Before Christmas” hits the stage. Plus, more pop culture silliness from Dale & Scott.
Dale and Scott are talking about Britney's new freedom ring; a Bob Ross controversy; the California political shit-show; no one will stop placing bets on the next James Bond; Bill Maher, Pat Sajak, and Vanna White will continue; Roomba can now detect poop; a woman calls in a bomb threat in order to catch her plane; you can go to a real Queen's Ball as seen on “Bridgerton;” and, lots more pop culture silliness.
Get your girlie guns out and listen to some BTS! We're talkin' about China cracking down on effeminate men on television, as well as limiting video game play; the feds are looking into McDonald's ice cream machines; Apple will start featuring drivers licenses on the Wallet app; we bought some adult toys this past weekend; that woman who punched the flight attendant faces serious felonies; a lot of people don't want low paying jobs (imagine that); and, much more pop culture ridiculousness.
The unofficial last day of summer feels like it's upon us as we talk about the newish Oculus VR game system we bought; OnlyFans quickly reverses it's no porn rule; “Your Honor” will return to Showtime; Samsung can remotely disable your TV; electric vehicle charging roads are coming; Brandeis University goes ultra-woke; Kayne wants to change his name to Ye; the Nirvana ‘Nevermind' album's cover baby is a dirty opportunist; Carole Baskin sells the Tiger King's zoo; and, more pop culture silliness.
The guys are talking about their overnight in Rehoboth Beach to see a LIVE show (thank you, Sherry Vine); we really dug the action-packed “Nobody” movie; Starbuck's Pumpkin Spice Latte is back; the death of OnlyFans; Mayim Bialik steps up for “Jeopardy;” forget booze in coach this year; why European trains are worlds better than in the US; a gutsy horse makes a grand escape; SeaWorld kills another whale; people are faking vaccination cards; and, more crazy, crazy stuff.
Dale and Scott are talking about Netflix's sneaky “Grace and Frankie” surprise; the final season of “The Walking Dead” arrives Sunday; Nestflix (sic) takes a look at movies and shows that should have been; Mayim Bialik beats LaVar Burton for “Jeopardy!” specials; Dolly Parton ‘writes' a book; Fox News' Greg Gutfeld opens his own mail; Erykah Badu is a very bad party guest; David Letterman and Larry David get shafted; and, much more pop culture silliness.
We're talking about celebrities hawking personalized videos; Britney gets denied yet again; Bravocon has been 86'd because of COVID; Bam sues “Jackass” for his own drug use; Rihanna is now a billionaire, second only to Oprah; Gordon Ramsay's massive payday with Fox; Lucy's new podcast; American Airlines' TikTok/Chinese trouble; Americans are the worst cyber criminals; Disney has lost its mind with their new Star Wars hotel prices; and, much more pop culture news and views.
The guys are breaking down Disney's triple mess with “Black Widow,” pigmies, and poo throwing gorillas; New Jersey renaming their rest stops after famous local folks like Connie Chung (say what?); Kelly Clarkson's ex's wins a major payday; Dolly Parton reveals that she'll finally appear on “Grace & Frankie;” MTV turns 40; Seth MacFarlane really HATES Fox News; Shake Shack shakes things up; and, much more pop culture silliness.
Guest co-host Jacqueline is in the house as we discuss Dale & Scott's trip to NYC and Vegas; Dale gets a new tattoo; Jaleel White's Purple Urkel marijuana line; “Cribs” returns to MTV; why Pam wouldn't marry Joey; Britney seems more unhinged than usual; A Very Backstreet Christmas is coming; Bezos makes his space flight; the winner of “Crime Scene Kitchen” made us a cake; the Rolling Stone s are rolling once again; are the Olympics crashing and burning?; and much more pop culture silliness.
We're celebrating Sir Richard Branson becoming an astronaut; “Succession” is coming back to HBO one last time; an “Atomic Blonde” sequel is in the works; our upcoming trip back to Las Vegas is almost here; and we bought bicycles! Plus, we're ranting about governments buying private land; unruly airline passengers getting away with murder; and people who poop all over innovation. All that and much more pop culture news and reviews, including dissing a dead monkey.
On National Fried Chicken Day, we're talking about Biden's plan to make airlines refund your checked bag fees if they lose said bags; the billion dollar “Hamilton” musical receives $30 million in taxpayer funds; Richard Branson plans to beat Jeff Bezos to space; Mumford and Sons' Winston Marshall quits so he can be political; Quentin Tarantino is still dreaming of making “Kill Bill 3;” a drag queen is dragged to jail in DC; and, much more pop culture silliness.
Dale and Scott are getting on the #freebritney bandwagon and talk about those shaming the silent majority and toxic social media bullying; we clarify the Scooter Braun/Taylor Swift rift; plus, the Indian woman who wouldn't marry her groom because he needs glasses to see; Disney is making more ride-themed movies; vampires are coming to AMC; TAB cola gets a farewell party; Harrison Ford hurts himself again; a sexy new speakeasy opens in Las Vegas; and, much more pop culture news and silliness.
Man, oh man, it's tough trying to be everything these days. Even Victoria's Secret Angels have been deemed culturally irrelevant because the new board of directors thinks underwear models need to be activists these days. Hosts Dale & Scott discuss that, plus a Backstreet Boys-NSYNC mashup; National Bring Your Dog to Work Day; Hollywood's new Walk of Fame inductees; we remember our celebrity run-ins; and so much more pop culture news…stuff you don't need to know about. But it's fun stuff!
We're talking about the fast-approaching Summer Solstice; an RV living cat named Ollie the Asshole; Jimmy Buffett's massive new resort in Manhattan; what we think they should do with unruly airline passengers; how our government leaders have lost their collective minds; people are buying invisible and intangible “art” for millions; and, so very much more pop culture craziness.
We're talking about Jeff Bezos' personal space odyssey; Apple announces new iOS features; Tinder will start blocking people you know; cruise ships are cruising again; California's insane vaccine lottery scheme; United Airlines to buy supersonic planes; Dolly Parton to spend $500M on a Dollywood expansion; the Avengers open at Disneyland; some are worried Amazon will ruin James Bond; more gayeties are coming; Miley Cyrus will rock out Vegas for July 4th; and, much, much more.
Dale & Scott are kicking off the unofficial first day of summer with memories of their trip to Key West; the FAA’s suggestion to start weighing passengers; the #skipthestuff effort to save the planet seems right to us; a “Friends” reunion review; BTS is making more than a few waves at McDonald’s and China; Justin Bieber’s hair controversy; is “Law & Order: SVU” appropriate for kids?; we say goodbye to Gavin MacLeod & Charles Grodin; and, much more pop culture silliness.
It’s a super good time with topless Jeep revelers; Ellen DeGeneres’ show is coming to an end; AT&T is spinning off WarnerMedia to compete with the other streamers; we get lost in TikToc land; what the heck is a dicky doozy?; Rock & Roll Hall of Fame inductees are announced; pizza vending machines are a thing; you can recycle your Babies; Pokémon cards are hot commodities again; a “Bring It On” slasher movie is coming; mask mandates are all over the map…PLUS, a preview of “The Binge Bum Podcast.”
We’re telling you how to get banned from Disneyland; the Golden Globes' fast death; people are disappearing into caves; Conan O’Brien says goodbye to late night; Elon Musk’s “SNL” stint; will cruises come back without children?; Broadway starts announcing return dates; Prince Charming is the next victim of the woke police; National Take Your Parents to the Playground Day is coming up; Wynn Las Vegas is building a huge club at the Raiders’ stadium in Vegas; and, much more pop culture silliness.
It’s May 4th, so we’re celebrating “Star Wars” day; discuss who’s the husband and who’s the wife thanks to our painter; “Paddington 2” is the most perfect movie ever according to y’all; we’re loving Rescue Strong’s commitment to dog adoptions; there is a huge double standard regarding the n-word; PC-ness goes bananas over Sarah Paulson’s fat suit; we’ve lost Oscar winner Olympia Dukakis; we’re gearing up to honor our mother’s this weekend with a brunch; and, much more pop culture silliness.
Breaking down all the odd goods including the dogecoin craze; Elon Musk hosting “Saturday Night Live;” the Harry Potter store in NYC; the Oscars shitshow; we’re halfway to Halloween; Spielberg’s “West Side Story” remake; what’s up with Caitlyn for California?; Lavar Burton finally wins a guest gig on “Jeopardy!;” it’s National Superhero Day; Michael Keaton is coming back as Batman; huge Vegas news including the return of Celine Dion; and, much more silliness.
On the occasion of 4-20, we’re talking about Lizzo’s drunk DM to Chris Evans; Maya Rudolph’s spot-on Beyoncé and Kamala Harris impressions; ‘Hedwig’ is cast as The Tiger King; should Florence Pugh play Madonna?; Dolly Parton ice cream is a thing; Hank Azaria (unnecessarily) apologizes AGAIN for portraying Apu; did JLo leave Arod for Josh Duhamel?; the “Downton Abbey” sequel getting a release date; and much, much more pop culture silliness.
The guys rant about the depressing so-called comedy “The Connors;” how businesses might not be able to require proof of vaccines; the ‘Ginger Assassin’ scores a 7-10 split; the Oscar nominations AGAIN don’t reflect what the people are watching; Lavar Burton’s “Jeopardy!” campaigning is shameless; The Rock contemplates a POTUS run; Justin Timberlake may have orchestrated the infamous Super Bowl ‘wardrobe malfunction;’ Tom Hanks must be so proud; and, DMX was a huge “The Golden Girls” fan.
For the first episode of the 11th season, we’re talking about our trip back to Las Vegas; Apple’s inside leaker; Tik-Toc creators exposing fast food restaurants; the 17 years cicadas are coming; Fox News is getting a late night comedy show; huge “The Walking Dead” and “Young Sheldon” news; Beyonce’s public storage gets robbed; Gorilla Glue woman is pregnant; Katy Perry doesn’t shave her legs; and, OnlyFans creators can’t have public sex without permission.
Jacqueline, the German angel, joins the guys to talk Taylor Swift’s new song versions; Britney Spears is getting ALL the attention; Justin Timberlake gets out in front of PC-ism and apologizes to Britney and Janet Jackson for 20-year-old slights; Aunt Jemima’s new branding; Kevin Hart learns the hard way that everyone needs to watch their pennies; it’s not a good idea to go to sleep with your AirPods; we say goodbye to two more celebrities, Mary Wilson and Larry Flynt; and, much more craziness.
Scott goes on an epic rant about the Super Bowl coverage; we talk about the GOAT’s salary; the miserable halftime show (who at the NFL thought The Weeknd was a good pick? — we have our choices for next year, BTW); the good and bad commercials; PLUS, we chat about Dolly Parton’s reluctancy to get political; the best states to live if you’re single; Subway defends their tunafish; and, we say goodbye to “The Sound of Music” actor Christopher Plummer.
We’re breaking down the sorted history of the hardly-ever-right groundhog; honor a past Swish guest, the late Cloris Leachman, with a classic clip; Peeps finally return in time for Easter with a spicy new flavor option (ole!); big brands are pre-releasing their Super Bowl ads; “Saved By the Ball” star Dustin Diamond has died; we might finally get “The Walking Dead” Rick movies; and a lot more pop culture silliness.
Talkin’ about the first ever Super Bowl home team advantage; Dolly Parton’s 75th birthday; Larry King passes on; Trump’s Diet Coke button removed; the Bernie Sanders meme explosion; the possibility of a DeLorean comeback; “America’s Most Wanted” to get a FOX reboot; why Jeep Wrangler owners wave at each other; the crazy Armie Hammer cannibal rumors; UHaul releases a list of the top U.S. migration states; and much more pop culture news and views with Dale and Scott.
We celebrate television icon Betty White’s 99th birthday; Biden won’t be allowed to bring his dangerous Peloton to the White House; should controversial people be erased from past movies?; Ralph Lauren cancels golfer Justin Thomas; Disney 86’s annual passes; a law firm is giving away a Valentine’s Day divorce; we now have a glass-blowing competition show; the classic movie roles Michelle Pfeffer declined (like Sharon Stone’s character in “Basic Instinct); and, so much more pop culture silliness.
We’ve got breaking “I Love Lucy” movie news; a “Home Alone” themed AirBnB you can rent; Denmark launches a kid’s program about a man with the world’s biggest penis; will Disney 86 Trump from The Hall of Presidents?; Martha Stewart forgot to pick her pears; television’s most iconic vehicles; CBS ditches “Lucky Dog” host Brandon McMillan for bucks; more “Sex and the City” is coming; Roku buys Quibi’s content; we have a new movie giveaway; and, so much more pop culture news and views.
Dale & Scott are talking about Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson’s obsession with peanut butter; Jennifer Aniston’s Christmas ornament controversy; James “Scotty” Doohan’s ashes go to space; the bonkers tale of actress Tanya Robert’s misdiagnosed death; a castaway dies of COVID; Mandalorian tea is a thing; “Hell’s Kitchen” returns to Las Vegas; “Call Me Kat” is annoying; “Let Them All Talk” is fascinating; and, much more pop culture fun.
To wrap up the worst year ever, we’re talkin’ about the hot mess that is “Wonder Woman 1984;” Christopher Walken’s freedom from devices; Tiffany Haddish’s interns; a new “Sex and the City” series; the loss of Gramma; the $30 million YouTube kid; what to eat for good luck; MJ’s Neverland ranch finally sells; all the new Christmas Day streaming fare, and much, much more.
For our Christmas episode, we’re talking about how Disney World photoshops masks onto maskless ride riders for a buck; there’s an amazingly realistic “Home Alone” gingerbread house; we find out that the “Jeopardy!” host has more power than we thought; Kevin from “The Office” is the top earner on Cameo; we memorialize all the celebrities we lost in 2020; we have a DVD giveaway to announce; KFC sponsors a Lifetime movie; Christmas-colored candy corn is a yucky thing; and, more Christmas silliness.
We’ve got news about Nic Cage’s swear words series; Howard Stern re-ups for $120M a year; Cody Simpson is now an Olympian; DJ Earworm’s 2020 mashup has dropped; we announce TWO movie giveaways; a deranged man dances on an airliner’s wing; HBO wants to reboot “True Blood;” “Office Space” is honored in “The Mandalorian;” our favorite shows are finally back in production; and, so much more silliness.
We’re talking about why elves don’t have to wear masks; Lady Gaga gets her own Oreo; no more emotional support pigs on airplanes; Pac Man is 40; Kelly Clarkson’s ex wants $5 million+ a year; a John Hughes tribute video you need to see; a “Christmas Vacation” slot machine exists!; Cyndi Lauper’s star-studded Christmas special on Tik-Toc; Disney World’s Galactic Starcruiser hotel; more mysterious monolith theories; Warner Bros. to release all 2021 films on HBO Max on opening day; and much more.
We’re kicking off the holiday season with the Utah monolith; Scott gets beat by a 76-year-old grandmother; the people demand Biden bring back Taco Bell’s 86’d menu items; you can customize your own Oreos; George Clooney cuts how own hair with a Flowbee; Michael B. Jordon has an OnlyFans account dedicated to his facial hair; “Jeopardy!” will celebrate the best of Alex Trebek; Felicity Huffman bounces back; The Child gets a name; we are digging “The Flight Attendant;” and, tons of super silliness.
On the occasion of our 300th episode, we’re warning you not to defrost your turkey in the dishwasher; thank Dolly for her philanthropy; discuss Santa-in-a-box; Oxford releases its words for the year; Ricky Martin is robbed again; Conan moves to streaming; “Wonder Woman 1984” will stream on opening day; we love ABC’s “Big Sky;” and we chat to Swish’s #1 guest, international drag superstar Sherry Vine, about her “Station 19” and “Supermarket Sweep” episodes; and, oh so much more.
It’s a potpourri of pop culture with Katy Perry getting sued for using her own name; McDonald’s McPlant; clam-flavored candy canes; “Zumanity” dies in Vegas; Madonna’s “Immaculate Collection” turns 30; The Weeknd will play the Super Bowl; Chris Columbus isn’t happy about the “Home Alone” remake; we’re loving Hulu’s “A Teacher;” Baby Yoda eats an egg and people lose their minds; Steven Soderbergh makes a no-budget movie for HBO Max; the Grinch is coming to live TV; and, much more silly fun.
The guys talk Starbuck’s mega-haul from pumpkin spice; Tesla’s expensive Tequila has already sold out; rescue dogs to return to the White House; the $11,000 toilet we must have; which toys made the Toy Hall of Fame; a sweet election day pizza story; we say goodbye to a national treasure and a dear personal friend; Johnny Depp’s woes; Netflix raises prices again; “Wheel of Fortune” coming to primetime; sitcoms need to stay away from COVID crap; and much, much more. Dedicated to Elaine Feehrer.
The guys recount their Halloween weekend; talk about brands’ limited-edition offerings such as the KFC scented fire log, Mountain Dew’s hot sauce, and the unexplainable McRib; a school superintendent promises snow days will be preserved even if virtual; there are 850,000+ active podcasts in the U.S.; Laurie Laughlin reports to prison; “Hocus Pocus” to get a sequel; the original James Bond dies; and, much more pop culture silliness.
Spine-Chilling Scott and Ghoulish Dale are talking Halloween costumes; is “The Nightmare Before Christmas” a Halloween movie or a Christmas movie?; depressing online pandemic weddings; the new Borat movie; Quibi fails miserably; the concept of PeakTV; we’re divided on HBO Max’s “The Flight Attendant;” Charlie Brown holiday specials won’t be on the broadcast networks this year ; and much more, live on tape.
The boys are talking about Rudolph & Santa hitting the auction block; Coca-Cola kills 50% of their brands; Dunkin’s Spicy Ghost Pepper donut; Fleetwood Mac’s “Dreams” races up the charts because of a skateboarding, juice drinking’ dude; Vegas gets the Super Bowl; “Hocus Pocus” makes a return; Neve Campbell is onboard for “Scream 5;” y’all need to watch “The West Wing” voting special; Rebe and “Good Times” return to TV; and, much more, from the secret underground studio to your ears.
The guys are talking about Macaulay Macaulay Culkin Culkin’s (his real name) “Home Alone” mask; shows returning to Vegas; AirBnB hates Halloween; Sofía Vergara is Hollywood’s highest paid actress; Dale tries to “Name That Tune;” Southwest employees would rather get laid off than take a bit less money; “No Time To Die” pushed back again; Disney will attempt to make a Space Mountain movie; and, much more, LIVE on tape from the secret underground studio.
Back from hiatus, it’s our 10th anniversary season and we’re talking about Red Lobster’s Mountain Dew tequila cocktail; how we became Scottish Lords; “Beverly Hills, 90210” is 30 years old!; National Vodka Day; Rob Lows’ $45 million pay day; going #3; Billie Eilish’s “No Time To Die” music video; movie theaters aren’t doing well; the epic violence erupting in Las Vegas; cancelling Halloween; and, much, much more, LIVE on tape from our new secret underground studio.
During the last episode of their summer season, Dale and Scott talk dream jobs watching TV; Madonna missing from Dua Lipa’s new music video; Queen and Adam Lambert’s new album; “The Powerpuff Girls” to be reborn; BTS’ “Dynamite” blows up; Britney can’t break free; Lori Laughlin gets hard time; Wynn closing the amazing Le Rêve; “The Batman” news; Adam Sandler’s new Halloween movie; Australia 86’s Ellen; and, much more, LIVE from Las Vegas.
Both Fall and Christmas come early this year with pumpkin spice and Dolly Parton; AMC opens with 15¢ movies; Snoop Dog wine; Ryan Reynolds sells gin; late night goes back to the studio; the underwear dude in the Snickers commercial; firenados are a thing!; pepperoni is in short supply; tons of new reboots on the way including “Planes, Trains & Automobiles;” “The Connors” and other shows go back into production; and, much more!
Dua Lipa recruits Madonna, Missy Elliott, and more for new remix album; Tiffany Haddish is dating Common; Delta has banned over 100 people for not wearing masks; theaters are reopening—would you go?; Simon Cowell breaks his back on an e-bike; Fox News rules television; Disney+ surpasses 60 million subscribers; “Who’s the Boss” is coming back; Patrick the Starfish gets his own show; and, we have a DVD giveaway from “The King of Staten Island.” Dale and Scott, LIVE on tape from Las Vegas!