This week's Stoner Movie Book Club pick is the 2015 film, Sisters! Two sisters (Amy Poehler and Tina Fey) decide to throw one last house party before their parents sell the family home. Written by Paula Pell, directed by Jason Moore. And featured in Small Business Time is the antique bong creator, Bird and Mouse Glass. ---- Our Slashtag.orgsies: www.stonerchickspodcast.com Become a Patron! patreon.com/stonerchicks Grace Penzell (@savinggrapes), Phoebe Richards (@27phoebe27), Kayla Teel (@keteel), and Stephani Thompson (@fannytragic). Instagram: @stonerchickspodcast Twitter: @stonerchickspod Facebook: Stoner Chicks Podcast TikTok: @broccolibroads Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Snail Mail: PO Box 80586, Seattle, WA 98108 --- Edited by German at YPEditor.com; Theme Song by Jessica DiMari; Cover Art by Ben Redder, AJ Dent, and Kayla Teel
Our first ever requested movie and most certainly the last. We came together in agreeing that the movie was funny but also quite ridiculous. Much like the idea of letting someone pick a movie for us to watch. Never again. In this episode, we discuss the 2014 movie, They Came Together. Which is available on Amazon. Directed by David Wain. Starring Paul Rudd, Amy Poehler, and Bill Hader. Every movie we discuss will be available on either: Netflix, Hulu, HBO MAX, Youtube, or Amazon Prime. You can request movies by emailing us at email@example.com We are going to take a month break before our next season. We will announce on social media the next movie we watch. Thanks for listening! Intro music by: Luis. Outro music by: Cairo Braga - Revision of the Future
Four storylines!!!! Can you believe it?! Leslie protects the right to vote. Donna helps Ron find joy in hunting electronic deer. April reveals the true secret of success at work. Tom's relationship with Nadia all comes down to his skee-ball skills.
This week Mark and Allen break down the Episode that introduced us to not only Jerry's wife Gayle, but also his two other daughters, Miriam and Gladys! When Ron gets an award nomination from the Indiana Fine Woodworking Association for a chair he made, he actually looks forward to the event, and plans to take his girlfriend Diane. As Ron's "self-appointed emotional guardian", Leslie invites herself to support him. Ron and Diane arrive at the ceremony, and Leslie is very excited to finally meet Diane. As Ron inspects all the wood-working equipment like a kid in a candy store, Leslie attempts to get to know Diane, cheerfully peppering her with questions and conversation. After being with Diane for a while, Leslie thinks she's perfect for Ron, and happily tells him so. But just as Leslie is thinking how great things are going for Ron ... who should show up ... but she-who-must-not-be-named ... the being known as ... "Tammy 2". Clearly there to once again mess with him, Tammy beelines for Ron. Leslie ushers her away and warns her not to screw with tonight. Not only does Tammy ignore Leslie's warning, but she goes so far as to arrange a seat for herself at Ron, Diane, and Leslie's reserved table in order to further torment Ron. Meanwhile, Tom, April, Andy, and Donna are planning their annual, sacred December event: "Jerry Dinner". Anytime Jerry does something stupid, they put a dollar in a box, and spend the resulting money on a nice evening out (this year they collected over $500). When Ann learns what they're doing, she tells them how mean this is, but she's dismissed by the group. While en route to Jerry dinner, Donna has a change of heart, saying they should at least invite Jerry to go with them. She turns the car around, drives to Jerry's house ... where they find a large-scale Christmas party in progress, with Ann, Chris, and Ben in attendance. The four of them end up out in the cold, huddled outside a window, peering in at the festivities, and wondering why they weren't invited. Finally, since Leslie is going to Ron's event, Ben is flying solo that night, and takes the opportunity to make plans with Chris to hang out. They decide to both go to the Gergich Christmas Party, for which they both have invitations. During the party, Ben witnesses several things happen that, earlier in the year, would have likely had Chris facing another mental breakdown. However, Ben is pleasantly surprised to find Chris rather level-headed with no visible signs of distress. Chris even goes so far as to look at an old picture of Millicent Gergich, whom he previously dated, with nothing but smiles and good feelings. So far, so good ... As always, we tackle the tough questions, such as ... Will Ron win an award for ... "chair"? Can these 4 "meanies" figure out why they never received an invitation from Jerry? Will Ben finally get to meet Jerry's wife Gayle? Will Diane end up winning Ron's heart? Does Ann have any sympathy for the "meanies"? Does Chris keep calm when Millicent shows up ... with her fiance? Will Tammy win an award for Ron's ... er ... wood? What penance must the "meanies" perform in order to get invited into the Gergich Christmas party? What fascinating fact does Chris learn about full-fat eggnog? Loyal podcast viewers, this one is not only a great episode, but a great CHRISTMAS episode! Don't believe us? Tune in and see for yourselves. We dare you. We double-dog-dare you. Many thanks to our wonderful sponsor, Cozy's Bar.
In 2011 NBC's Parks and Rec entered the stratosphere of best sitcoms ever with the additions of Rob Lowe and Adam Scott. A good show that had already retooled slightly was now hitting it's stride and producing classic episodes on a regular basis. We talk about two of those classic episodes: "Ron and Tammy 2" and "The Fight." Both classics, these episodes contained everything that made the show great, including some of the lesser known characters. While Amy Poehler, Nick Offerman, Aziz Ansari, Aubrey Plaza, Chris Pratt, and Rashida Jones anchored things, there was always so much more to offer.So for our second topic we dive into some of the best side characters in TV history. These characters weren't part of the main ensemble, but they made their mark time and again. We're looking at you Jean Ralphio! Tune in to find out who made the cut!If you enjoy the show, please rate and review us on the iTunes/Apple Podcasts app or wherever you listen. Or better yet, tell a friend to listen!Want to support our show and become a PCY Classmate? Click here!Follow us on your preferred social media:TwitterFacebookInstagramTikTokSupport the show
Does your sixteenth birthday really matter? I mean, really, does it matter? It's just another day on this god forsaken earth and you slowly see your decline in physical and mental health each passing year. Hope you enjoy the episode! In this episode, we discuss the 1984 movie, Sixteen Candles. Which is available on Hulu or Amazon with the Starz add-on, sorry. Directed by John Hughes. Starring Molly Ringwald, Anthony Michael Hall, Michael Schoeffling, and Gedde Watanabe. Every movie we discuss will be available on either: Netflix, Hulu, HBO MAX, Youtube, or Amazon Prime. You can request movies by emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org The next movie we are going to discuss is We Came Together, from 2014. Directed by David Wain. Starring Paul Rudd, Amy Poehler, and Bill Hader. Which is available on Amazon. Intro music by: Luis. Outro music by: Cairo Braga - Revision of the Future
This week Mark and Allen break down the Episode that introduced us to a new April alter ego! After asking the public for park design submissions for Lot 48, Leslie receives only one decent submission ... from one Mr. Wreston St. James ... who lives ... in Eagleton. As you might expect, Leslie wants to reject him outright, but Ben convinces her to at least meet with Wreston before making a decision. They do so, in a beautiful Eagleton park (some of Wreston's handywork), and discover Wreston is very cheerful and enthusiastic. Ben loves him. Leslie hates him. Wreston assures them he's on the up and up, and that it's about the people - as it should be - but Leslie doesn't trust him for a second. After meeting with Wreston in City Hall, Leslie ends up being very rude to him. Taking Leslie aside, Ben insists she move past her hatred for Eagleton, apologize to Wreston, and agree to have him be the architect for the park on Lot 48. Meanwhile, Tom asks the gang to help him refurbish his new Rent-A-Swag store. Although it's a fixer-upper, the gang gets to it, and Tom initially impresses them with his cool, calm demeanor. He thanks them appreciatively, and compliments their hard work. At the end of a long day, with Rent-A-Swag's facelift finally complete ... it definitely looks better ... but still far from great. Tom thanks them one last time, but the gang start to see the cracks in his armor, as he gives them a pizza party with one small topping-less pizza, 2 cans of soda, and yells for them to turn off the lights to save electricity. Finally, Andy begins his new job as weekend security guard. However, he quickly gets bored and asks April to join him and keep him company. This starts a classic round of role playing, with Andy bringing out his crime-fighting alter ego, Burt Macklin, and April playing ... a new villain. While in the midst of their cat-and-mouse game, Andy and April come across a new player in the game ... a small, nervous boy named Joey, who got separated from his mother in City Hall. As always, we tackle the tough questions, such as ... Can Leslie manage to apologize to Wreston St. James? Will Rent-A-Swag ever get off the ground? Who is April's new alter ego, and can Macklin defeat her? Will Wreston double-cross Leslie and Ben? Can Tom avoid having a cheapskate meltdown? Is Joey actually a child spy, sent to derail Macklin's investigation? Why are there palm trees in Eagleton? Why is Chris working on a stairway to nowhere? Will this be Burt Macklin's final case? Podcast viewers, this one has a ton of important and interesting plot points - tune in to see how everything gets reconciled! Many thanks to our amazing sponsor, from Pawnee Public Radio, the new interview show "3Q's and an A" with Derry Murbles.
Happy Halloween friends! Here is the second episode in October and don't be mad...but it's a comedy. Right? Weird...but it's worth it. Chris brought a great film to the table with David Wain and Michael Showalter's They Came Together starring Paul Rudd and Amy Poehler. While comedic in nature, there are some Halloween/horror based scenes. We promise. Also, you'll get a little Halloween Ends talk, and Justin and Chris' top 5 comedy films as a fun edition. So go on and grab the Halloween candy, crack open the fall beverage, and enjoy the discussion about one of the funniest films in recent years.
This week Mark and Allen break down the Episode that was responsible for first casting then Vice-President Joe Biden! April practices her presentation with Leslie on her proposed dog park for Pawnee. However, the two clash heads after April suggests the dog park be located at Lot 48, a lot Leslie has been trying to create a park at, for four years. Leslie suggests April find a new location, but they are all clearly not suitable. Leslie tries desperately to distract April from her dog park agenda, but April stays the course, and informs Leslie she has the support of Councilman Jeremy Jamm to place her dog park at Lot 48, both angering and worrying Leslie. Meanwhile, Ben has just accepted a job at Barney Varmn's accounting firm, Tilton and Radomski Accounting. When Tom asks him to assist him with the accounting side of his new business venture, Rent-A-Swag, Ben agrees to help Tom, but only as a friend. Tom and Ben meet with several people throughout Pawnee, each time Ben pitching either Tom or his company. Unfortunately, each time Tom is turned down, while apropos of nothing, Ben's talents are recognized, with Ben receiving several job offers. Tom cannot believe Ben's luck, and is kind of upset Ben is getting all these opportunities, when he and Rent-A-Swag are not. Finally, Andy has asked his co-workers to steal things from his desk so he can practice for the police academy entrance exam, part of which will involve how to investigate a crime. When Andy comes in to work one morning and notices his laptop missing, he becomes excited and starts his investigation right away. Andy interrogates several members of the gang, finally getting to Chris, who tells Andy another computer was reported stolen, and he believes City Hall was actually robbed. As always, we tackle the tough questions, such as ... Can Councilman Jamm be trusted? How will Ben enjoy working at Tilton and Radomski Accounting? Will Chris and Andy find the computer thief? Will April and Leslie resolve their differences? Will Tom give up Rent-A-Swag? How does Chris end up trying to help out Andy? What one last thing does Ben do before he leaves Washington DC? Why does Andy keep taking his shirt off? What is ... the "Human Farm"? Loyal podcast viewers, we've said it before, and we'll say it again ... Season 5 shows no signs of slowing down! Tune in and see if you agree! Many thanks to our amazing sponsor, The Pawnee Police Department.
In this episode of the Mobile GameDev Playbook, Mike Taramykin, the founder of HypGames, and Chief Game Analyst Teemu Palomäki from GameRefinery, a Liftoff company, join our host Jon Jordan to discuss the celebrity partnerships in mobile games.We delve into the strategy behind celebrity partnerships and analyze mobile collaboration trends this year while sharing heartwarming anecdotes of working with stars including Tiger Woods, Steve Carell, Amy Poehler, and Tina Fey.You can now find The Mobile GameDev Playbook on GameRefinery's Youtube channel. Please subscribe and leave a review!Thanks for listening, The Mobile GameDev Playbook
Legendary improviser and the star of Parks and Recreation Amy Poehler improvised an entire book, it's incredible really. It doesn't have to make sense or say anything at all but it manages to hit a page count and for that I'm proud of her. Come see us in Boston! October 27!Subscribe to our newsletter for weekly loose ends and misc. Thoughts!Join the Patreon for new episodes every Thursday! https://www.patreon.com/celebritymemoirbookclub Grab some wormy merch!!! The unhinged summer and vacation worm are here!!!! https://celebritymemoirbookclub.square.site/Join the Facebook group to chat with the other worms! https://www.facebook.com/groups/cmbcwormholeFollow us on Twitter @cmbc_podcast and Instagram @celebritymemoirbookclub Art by @adrianne_manpearl and theme song by @ashleesimpsonrossSupport the show
This week Mark and Allen break down the Episode that introduces us to Ben's parents, Julia and Steve! Leslie and Ben announce their engagement to the gang and go through engagement party details with Ann, although Ben is nervous about his parents coming because they are divorced and hate each other. When Ben's parents arrive, all hell breaks loose. Ben's father, Steve Wyatt, brings his much younger girlfriend, Ulani, whom Ben's mother, Julia Wyatt, completely detests. The two waste no time taking shots at each other, and their catty behavior becomes completely unbearable. Leslie does her best to diffuse the situation, but Ulani's presence was something Leslie and Ben hadn't predicted. Finally, Leslie calls upon the thing she is sure will fix everything ... her masterpiece: the Knope-Wyatt Unity Quilt. Meanwhile, Tom and Jean-Ralphio are preparing to pitch Tom's idea, "Rent-A-Swag", to Ron, who is considering investing some start-up money. After a flashy, loud, ridiculous rehearsal in front of April and Andy, April convinces them they need to start over and tailor their pitch to Ron - simply, to the point, etc. At the engagement party, Ron learns Tom is partnering with Jean-Ralphio ... a fact that does not make him happy. Determined to make the pitch work for Ron, Tom prepares to pull an all-nighter, but Jean-Ralphio lazily implies he has no interest in the project, and instead wants to go clubbing. Finally, when Leslie and Ben's engagement was announced, Chris was very happy for them, yet disproportionately affected by this news. Later, at the engagement party, and feeling raw from his therapy sessions, Chris has an emotional breakdown, happy for his friends, but depressed because he's alone. Desperate to not let Chris' unexpected happy-sad outburst ruin the engagement party, Ann, April, and Andy try their best to comfort and contain the delirious, giggling, blubbering mess that is Chris Traeger. As always, we tackle the tough questions, such as ... Can Leslie convince Ben's parents to get along? Will Ron like Tom's business pitch? Can Champion, the 3-legged wonder dog, help Chris out of his funk? Will Leslie's mother, Marlene Griggs-Knope, make things better or worse? Can Tom be successful partnering with Jean-Ralphio again? Will Chris be able to get past this outburst and start clean? Does the Knope-Wyatt Unity Quilt save the day? What new idea does Jean-Ralphio come up with? Is Dave Matthews Band considered a "good" thing, or a "bad" thing? Podcast viewers, tune in for another great episode, and also to support Benslie! Hopefully they can make it past this. Many thanks to our incredible sponsor, Pawnee "What If".
Welcome to Kevin Can Podcast Himself, your dedicated after-show podcast for AMC's Kevin Can F**K Himself! Behind the Scene -- Director Ann Dokoza and Annie Murphy. Photo Credit: Jojo Whilden/AMC This episode continues our Series Finale Coverage! Spoilers Ahead - Do Not Listen until you've seen the finale or do not mind being spoiled. On this episode, Mike sits down with Kevin Can F**K Himself Series Director, Anna Dokoza! As someone who directed 12 of the 16 episodes of the Series, Anna has had a tremendous effect on the Series -- we needed to speak with her and pick her brain! A big thank you to Anna for her time and being such a wonderful guest! Guest Bio: Anna DOKOZA Anna Dokoza is an Australian/American/Croatian (television) director and producer. Born in Sydney, Dokoza started her career in the news world (Associated Press TV, ABC News, 60 Minutes Australia) before transitioning into the unscripted world and directing MTV's ADVENTURES IN HOLLYHOOD and VIVA LA BAM, and Bravo's PROJECT RUNWAY among other series. Dokoza segued into scripted television when she produced HBO's Emmy-nominated series FLIGHT OF THE CONCHORDS. She has produced multiple drama and comedy series including: Comedy Central's JOHN OLIVER: TERRIFYING TIMES; FX's BASKETS; FXX's ALI G: REZURECTION; HBO series BORED TO DEATH, DIVORCE, and INSECURE; and, NBC's UP ALL NIGHT. She was the showrunner and director of season one of THREE BUSY DEBRAS for Adult Swim, executive produced by Amy Poehler through her Paper Kite Productions and the producing director on both seasons of SPECIAL for Netflix, which garnered four Emmy nominations. Dokoza has directed for the Hulu series SHRILL, Fox's PIVOTING as well as for Netflix's LADY DYNAMITE. She has directed SNL alumni Ana Gastayer and Rachel Dratch's film A CLUSTERFUNKE CHRISTMAS and is attached to upcoming feature SO WE BECOME and TRIGGERED. Recently Dokoza was the producing director on both seasons of AMC's darkly comic one hour series KEVIN CAN F**K HIMSELF starring Emmy-winning SCHITT'$ CREEK alum Annie Murphy. She likes to stay busy. Follow Anna on Instagram at @annadokoza! ### We hope you join us for a discussion of of Kevin Can F**K Himself on our Facebook Group, Kevin Can F Himself Fans! We'd love to hear from you! WATCH AND INTERACT WITH KEVIN CAN F**K HIMSELF: AMC+ | AMC | Twitter Account MORE IN THIS SERIES: Season 1: Trailer | 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8 Season 2: Interview with Valerie Armstrong | 1 | 2 | 3 | Interview with Alex Bonifer | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | Eric Petersen Finale Interview FOLLOW THE HOSTS ON TWITTER: Caroline | Mike | Pod Clubhouse ### Credits: Music: “My Favourite Sitcom” by Michael Adels, licensed by Pod Clubhouse. This podcast was recorded in Pod Clubhouse Studios and edited by Caroline Daley and assembled by Michael Caputo.
It's a new season, and the gang goes to London. Not everyone comes back That's because Chris Pratt was about to become a major movie star. Also, please enjoy this picture of my dog, Maggie, and a Perd Poll. https://www.dropbox.com/s/8uibpoxhcd8wz5d/Snapshot.jpg?dl=0
This episode nearly brought me to tears. Jonterri's passion and persistence in creating a life inside of her dream - inspiring. About today's guest:Jonterri Gadson is a former creative writing professor who chose TV over tenure. She most recently served as a writer on Netflix's THE UPSHAWS. She has been a staff writer on HBO'S A BLACK LADY SKETCH SHOW, NBC's Making It with Amy Poehler and Nick Offerman, The Kelly Clarkson Show and Adult Swim's half-hour comedy Bird Girl. Additionally, she was a Comedy Consulting Producer on 12 Dates of Christmas (HBO Max) writing comedic host copy for Natasha Rothwell and a writer for NBC's upcoming Ultimate Slip ‘N Slide, writing comedic host copy for Bobby Moynihan and Ron Funches.What we're talking about in today's episode:Her specific experiences writing for The Upshaw's, Black Lady Sketch Show, The Kelly Clarkson Show and NBC's Making ItHow she got the writing jobs with Black Lady Sketch Show and The Upshaw's (One involves Twitter)What it's like writing for Amy Poehler and Nick OffermanHow therapy has helped her with her in her career How and when Jonterri found it she was meant to be a writer How “Malcolm in the Middle” influenced her journey How she made the transition from creative writing professor to tv writer When and how often she gets imposter syndrome Insights into her comedic writing process Her experience in writing rooms when it comes to writing comedy What her mentor told her about her role in the writers roomThe books she recommends for those who want to write Comedy More about today's guest:She won Kevin Hart's LOL Film Fellowship for a short she wrote/directed and premiered at the American Black Film Festival. Her pilot script won Best Comedy Script at the New York Television Festival where she won development deals with OneX and Topic Studios. She's an alum of the NBC Late Night Writers Workshop, New York Stage & Film Filmmakers Lab, Refinery29 & TBS Riot Comedy Writers Lab and the IFP Project Forum. She's published three poetry books, including the full-length poetry collection Blues Triumphant (YesYes Books). For more episodes like this, like, subscribe, rate and review! Personal: diamondewilliamson.comCompany: thirdandwonderproductions.com
This week Mark and Allen break down the Episode that shows us the origin of Tom's "Rent-A-Swag" business idea! When Diane Lewis invites Ron to go trick or treating with her and her daughters, he initially declines, but an excited Andy wants to join them, and gets Ron to agree. That night, Ron and Andy go trick-or-treating with Diane and daughters Zoe and Ivy, but in the middle of it, Diane gets a call about some sort of "vice-principal emergency". Fortunately, Andy assures Diane (to her relief) that he and Ron will continue taking the girls trick-or-treating while she deals with the emergency. Unfortunately, Ron's attempts to provide direction and counsel for the young girls goes ... let's say poorly ... ruining their Halloween. Diane leaves Ron an angry voicemail, causing him to reflect that ... maybe ... he isn't ready for an entire family. Meanwhile, Leslie (with bestie Ann as support) is viewing houses in preparation for she and Ben to move in together when he returns from DC. In DC, Ben announces the campaign he's been working on is complete, and they have won! April leaves immediately because, why not, while Jennifer Barkley talks to Ben about what he's doing next, and offers him the opportunity to work on another campaign. When Ben relays this to Leslie, he promises that nothing is set in stone, and everything is still preliminary ... but Leslie still feels like everything is now topsy-turvy, the future is very uncertain, and has no idea what will happen with her and Ben. Finally, Chris announces to the gang that for Halloween, the City Manager's office will be throwing a scary movie night in the courtyard, specifically a screening of the 1986 horror camp classic, "Death Canoe 4: Murder at Blood Lake". Excited about just receiving a "Most Improved Patient" award from his therapist, Dr. Richard Nygard, Chris has become more introspective, and has decided to "face his fears", so to speak. For Chris, this means attending the scary movie night dressed up as his greatest fear. During the scary movie night, Leslie talks with Ann regarding Ben's situation, and Ann tries to cheer up Leslie by having them both scare Tom when he comes out of the bathroom. They do so, but instead surprise Jerry, apparently causing him to have a mild heart attack. Jerry is rushed to the hospital, where Ann confidently assures everyone Jerry will be fine, and Jerry is in a good mood, except a bit worried about the medical bills. To help out Jerry, Leslie arranges for the Parks Department to hold a garage-sale-slash-fundraiser to help pay hospital expenses. As always, we tackle the tough questions, such as ... Will Jerry really be okay? Can this be the end for Ron and Diane? Does Leslie end up leasing the house? What is Chris' greatest fear? What items does the gang bring to the fundraiser? Is there some sort of gift Ron can bring for the girls? Will Ben take the job in Florida? Why did Dr. Richard Nygard give Chris his "Most Improved Patient" award? What is the deal with Ann's "ex-boyfriend" boxes? Loyal podcast viewers, Season 5 seems to keep getting better and better ... will this episode continue the trend? Only one way to find out - tune in and see how we score it! Many thanks to our amazing sponsor, The Pawnee Mystery Closet.
Author and professor Natalia Molina stopped by the Bunker to talk about her latest book, Place-making at the Nayarit: How a Mexican Restaurant in Los Angeles Nourished its Community. Natalia and Brad has a long, wide-ranging discussion about comedians (Steve Martin, Tina Fey, Amy Poehler in particular), audio books, meeting famous people, and the trauma of academia. Plus, how place intersects with race, class, and gender in America. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
This week, Alissa Alter joins host Hiwa Alaghebandian on the podcast. Alissa is a former Broadway performer, a personal trainer, coach, women's health expert and advocate, and host of the Alter Your Life podcast, where she discusses the intersection of physical fitness and emotional fitness. She is an expert in the mind-body connection and empowers women to step into the best version of themselves. Alissa and Hiwa have a hilarious conversation that goes into everything from vaginas, poop, sex, motherhood, childbirth, and everything else that might be considered taboo or TMI. You definitely don't want to miss this one. As always, if you enjoy this episode, please make sure you are subscribed to the show to hear more, leave a 5-star review telling us what you liked about it, and please share with your community who you think would benefit from the episode. Join the BLUSH ACADEMY MEMBERSHIP, where you get access to every single Blush Academy course & digital product, along with the Q&A service, all for a low monthly fee. This membership has every single tool & resource that you need to move to secure attachment & have stable, safe, fulfilling relationships. Click here to join. To enroll in the a-la carte courses: Attachment Styles PRE-SALE Decentering Romance: How to Show up Confidently & Securely in Dating How to Stop Picking Fights From Crushed to Blushed: the Definitive Blush Breakup Guide To find Alissa: Instagram Website Podcast If you have any questions you want answered on the podcast, submit them to email@example.com or LEAVE A VOICEMAIL. You can also submit anonymously here. Follow us on instagram: instagram.com/blushpod instagram.com/hiwaaaaaaaa --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/blush-pod/message
It's the finale of 'Back to School Month' on Late to the Movies, and we're marking the occasion with the most-requested topic yet - Mean Girls! ...and also the direct-to-ABC Family sequel, Mean Girls 2. Ben, Bree, Kay and Sam talk about Lindsay Lohan, high school, and trying to make fetch happen in the 2004 original (00:00-58:30) before turning their attention to the very strange, very unnecessary 2011 sequel (58:30-1:20:30). Mean Girls was directed by Mark Waters, written by Tina Fey, and stars Lindsay Lohan, Rachel McAdams, Lacey Chabert, Amanda Seyfried, Tim Meadows, Amy Poehler, and Fey. Mean Girls 2 was directed by Melanie Mayron and stars Meaghan Martin, Jennifer Stone, and Maiara Walsh.
So far during our journey throughout 2001, we've only done one decent comedy. The rest have been quite awful. That all changes this week because it's time for a 'Best Comedies of 2001' bonus battle! We've got Zoolander with Ben Stiller, Owen Wilson, and Will Ferrell. We've also got Wet Hot American Summer with Paul Rudd, Elizabeth Banks, Amy Poehler, Bradley Cooper, and countless other funny people. We let the facts take the spotlight as we figure out which movie is the best.0:10:20 - Wet Hot American Summer0:26:23 - Zoolander0:44:44 - Bonus Battle1:36:08 - Radical ReviewsJoin the Bad Porridge Club on Patreon for TWO bonus episodes each month! https://www.patreon.com/oldiebutagoodiepodFollow the show!Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/oldiebutagoodiepod/Facebook: https://fb.me/oldiebutagoodiepodYoutube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCjfdXHxK_rIUsOEoFSx-hGAPodcast Platforms: https://linktr.ee/oldiebutagoodiepodGot feedback? Send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.orgFollow the hosts!Sandro Falce - Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/sandrofalce/- Twitter: https://twitter.com/sandrofalce- Letterboxd: https://letterboxd.com/SandroFalce/- Twitch: https://www.twitch.tv/SandroFeltChair- Aussie Nerds Talk Stuff podcast: https://anchor.fm/aussienerdstalkstuffZach Adams - Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/zach4dams/- Twitter: https://twitter.com/ZackoCaveWizard- Letterboxd: https://letterboxd.com/zach4damsOldie But A Goodie's theme tune is written and produced by Josh Cake. Check out his work here: https://www.joshcake.com/Check out other shows from our network 'That's Not Canon'! https://thatsnotcanon.com/ Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Do you ever look at someone and wonder, ‘What is going on inside their head?'” That's right folks! We are finally discussing Inside Out! We tackle the eternal question: Why Do We Have Feelings?? We also discuss emotional intelligence, the idea of good feelings vs bad feelings, and what it means to “grow up”. So hold on tight to your imaginary friend and join us!!
Alissa Alter aka “The Amy Poehler of vaginas” shares the second half of her story.Alissa suffered from a 4th degree tear (an extensive tear that goes from the vagina to the rectum). She had an extremely tough postpartum not only physically but emotionally and mentally as well. She was very disappointed in the lack of support and education on how to handle her recovery. Due to her previous education in pelvic health, her tear healed well and she had a successful recovery.As a result of her experiences, she started two podcasts and a website that focuses on education, empowerment and advocating for women's health. She is changing the narrative surrounding postpartum!Find more information about Alissa at her website here.Her two podcasts, Alter Your Life and Myth of Motherhood can be found here and here.Her website pstprtm all about postpartum can be found here.Follow Alissa on Instagram here.Visit our website and blog: www.thegoldenhourbirthpodcast.comFollow us on Instagram here and hereFollow us on Facebook here
On this episode, Trent and Nia draft their ultimate SNL casts (in addition to a Weekend Update anchor, some hosts, and some musical guests). Tangents include: other podcasts we listen to, Nia's dad, and just our general philosophy about comedy.No new episode next week! New tournament on 10/3 (a date WRITTEN by Tina Fey)!!! ★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★
In the 34th episode of “Inside the Oval” presented by Dignity Health, Chelsea Marroquin discussed why everyone should work a customer service job during their life, if working in a parks and recreation department is like being on the Amy Poehler show, tips and tricks to getting same-day tickets and more.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
This week Mark and Allen break down the Episode that introduces Marcia Langman's husband Marshall! With STDs running rampant among Pawnee's senior citizens, Leslie decides to give a sexual education seminar, and asks Ann, Donna, and Andy to help out. Things are going well until Leslie's seminar is stopped by Marcia Langman (and her husband Marshall) from the Society for Family Stability Foundation. When the Langmans claim the seminar is against the law, Leslie and gang protest that abstinence-only sex education applies only to schools, but Chris reveals the law in question was drafted so that it applies not just to schools, but citywide, and Leslie's seminar is shut down. With the Langmans breathing down her neck, seemingly with overwhelming public support, Leslie is hesitant to put up a fight ... but at the next seminar, knowing her bestie Ann supports her, Leslie finds herself unable to go along with the Langmans' abstinence-only view, and ends up defiantly throwing handfuls of condoms into the audience ... much to the seniors' delight. Meanwhile, after a car accident due to phone use while driving, Tom is taken to court and sentenced to one week without looking at any electronic screen. Seeing Tom struggle without technology, Ron decides to take Tom to his cabin in the woods so he can "detox". Thinking Tom just needs to get it "out of his system", Ron invites Tom to share with him everything he does with technology on a daily basis ... which takes an entire day. Later, Tom asks for Ron's keys to go buy steaks ... but instead ... drives to Best Buy and purchases another cell phone ... a fact he is not able to hide from Ron. Finally, Ben and April meet Congressman David Murray, whose reelection campaign they are working on. Immediately, April becomes a bit disturbed by Congressman Murray's almost robotic-like manner and becomes convinced ... he may actually be a robot. When April confides in Ben, he initially scoffs at the ridiculous notion ... but as the day goes on ... even Ben becomes put off by Murray's complete lack of personality, rampant use of generic friendly chat, and non-offensive political talk. As always, we tackle the tough questions, such as ... Does Chris reprimand Leslie for her actions? How does Ron find out about Tom's new cell phone? Can April convince Ben the congressman is actually a robot? Will Mayor Gunderson reprimand Leslie for her actions? Will Ron turn in Tom to the judge for breaking his sentence? What do others on the congressman's team think of his robotic nature? Can Leslie turn things around by going on-air with Perd Hapley? What will Ron ask Tom to do to make amends? Is this the dawn of ... the rise of the machines? Why the hell has Ann turned into a cowgirl? Loyal podcast viewers, the Season 5 train is chugging along and doesn't show signs of stopping! Join us for a thoroughly enjoyable episode. While we don't have a sponsor spot this week, we do have a PSA addressing supply chain issues from the OG, the GOAT...Mr. Ron Swanson! Enjoy!
UNPAVED SERIES: Chelsea Andersson, Miniaturist, Prop-Designer, and Maker. She practiced Landscape Architecture in Mill Valley, California until she became a contestant on the NBC show MakingIt with hosts Amy Poehler and Nick Offerman. Now, she is a full-time miniaturist and artist collaborating with companies like Warby Parker, California Farms, Riverhead Books and much more! She currently has her own Domestika course, which you can sign up for in the link below! ChelseaMakes Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/chelseamakes/ Domestika Course: https://www.domestika.org/en/courses/3991-miniature-furnishings-for-diy-doll-house ChelseaMakes Wesbite: https://www.chelseamakes.com/ --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thegreenside/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thegreenside/support
Today we dive into the show Parks and Recreation! We'll go over how the show came to be, was inspired by The Office, and take a look into each of the major characters on the show and of course, their blind items. Timestamps:2:30 101 of Parks and Rec12:50 Amy Poehler intro (and what I learned about her in Second City)20:30 Amy Poehler's blind items32:44 Nick Offerman37:00 Adam Scott37:40 Aubrey Plaza46:02 Rashida Jones53:50 Rob Lowe (and his sex tape, and scandals with nannies)64:50 Ben SchwartzWith the Secured Chime Credit Builder Visa Credit Card, you can start building credit with everyday purchases and on-time payments. Continue your credit journey with Chime. Sign up takes only two minutes and doesn't affect your credit score. Get started at chime.com/fluently.
Alissa Alter aka “The Amy Poehler of vaginas” joins us this episode to tell us all about her birth and journey to working as a women's health expert and motherhood advocate, with a side of humor. This is part 1 of 2. Alissa found herself stuck in a bad marriage and an unfulfilling career when she decided she was done suffering in silence. She began learning more and more about women's health and encouraging other women to be open and unapologetic about their own bodies and what they go through during pregnancy and postpartum. She started Pilates for Privates to help women move and get to know their bodies, inside and out. When she started her own motherhood journey, she was certain it would be a breeze due to her extensive education. Alissa's baby had other plans and presented sunny-side up during labor. Stuck in the birth canal, midwives had to apply fundal pressure on Alissa. She ended up with heavy bleeding and a 4th degree tear (an extensive tear that goes from the vagina to the rectum). She had an extremely tough postpartum not only physically but emotionally and mentally as well. She was very disappointed in the lack of support and education on how to handle her recovery. Due to her previous education in pelvic health, her tear healed well and she had a successful recovery. As a result of her experiences, she started two podcasts and a website that focuses on education, empowerment and advocating for women's health. She is changing the narrative surrounding postpartum! Find more information about Alissa at her website here.Her two podcasts, Alter Your Life and Myth of Motherhood can be found here and here. Her website pstprtm all about postpartum can be found here.Follow Alissa on Instagram here.Visit our website and blog: www.thegoldenhourbirthpodcast.comFollow us on Instagram here and hereFollow us on Facebook here
A fun episode with our guest and friend, Allynn SimonsALLYNN SIMONS - is an NYC based freelance casting director who has the pleasure of casting for TV/Film, commercials, theater and print. She holds a B.A. in Musical Theater with a minor in dance from Point Park University. While in school, Allynn was chosen to dance in original pieces choreographed by Kiesha LaLama and Kiki Lucas, just to name a few. Before settling in New York City, Allynn taught dance and musical theater all over Pennsylvania and New Jersey and still teaches numerous classes all over NYC. She is also a regular faculty member of QUEST Intensive; a prestigious in-studio dance experience that brings the industry to the studio. She is excited to be teaching for numerous dance conventions all over the U.S.A. and enjoys mentoring students who are looking to pursue a degree in the arts. Some of her favorite casting credits include : the North American premier of Dirty Dancing, The Mansion which premiered at Sundance and an OLD NAVY campaign that featured Amy Poehler. She grew up in the dance competition community and loves seeing young artists flourish. Currently, Allynn is writing, directing and filming a movie short about the societal expectations of women which will hit the film festivals next season. The future of the arts is in the hands of the next generation, so let's cultivate it!Follow us on Facebook: JAM Joe and Michelle's Dance PodcastFollow us on Instagram: jam_dance_podcastEmail us: email@example.comThank you Jam Fam for listening!
This week Mark and Allen break down the Episode where Ron finally meets Diane, This Ben and April decide to take a Road Trip to Pawnee, and Leslie tries to pass her "Fun in the Sun" act. Unfortunately, a combination of garish rouge blush, a very common DC event, and a self-centered Councilman/Dentist put a crimp in everyone's respective plans! Tune in to hear the guys cover Potholes, Princesses, Presidential motorcades and Invisalign's as they walk us through this classic Season 5 Episode: "How a Bill Becomes a Law"! You'll be glad you did!We wish to also thank this week's unofficial sponsor, Pawnee 311, as we go behind-the-scenes for the making of their staff training video hosted by yours truly, the one and only Ron Swanson!
On today's episode Erika talks to celebrity stylist, Karla Welch. Karla has styled the likes of Justin and Hailey Bieber, Olivia Wilde, Karlie Closs, Amy Poehler, Cindy Crawford, Sarah Paulson, Hailee Steinfeld, Felicity Jones and much more. In addition to her styling, Karla is an entrepreneur and co-founder of 2 businesses - WISHI (an online styling app) and The Period Company. She prides herself in her outspokenness on social media and her confidence and work ethic. Plus, Erika looks into the world of fast fashion and how it parallels the world of media, gaining confidence at work and answers your questions about perfectionism. Lastly, continuing the conversation from lat episode, Mackenzie and Devon join Erika to have a conversation about Quiet Quitting. Enjoy! (00:03:29) Karla Welch (00:29:24) Fast Fashion & Media (00:35:31) Confidence (00:42:12) Q&A (Perfectionism) (00:49:27) Quiet Quitting
TVC 588.6: Singer/actress Lucie Arnaz talks to Ed about how both Lucy and Desi, the Emmy-nominated documentary produced by Ron Howard and directed by Amy Poehler, and Let's Talk to Lucy, the daily talk show that Lucille Ball hosted for CBS radio in 1964-1965 (and which Lucie recently re-released as a podcast), present the personal side of her famous mom. Lucie Arnaz recently joined forces with Doors of Change, the nonprofit organization, founded by Jeffrey Sitcov, that uses arts and music to keep homeless youth off the streets and, in many cases, help them find safe forever homes. There are more than 4 million homeless youth in the U.S. today, many of whom are between the ages of sixteen and twenty-five. Jeffrey Sitcov co-hosts this segment. Want to advertise/sponsor our show? TV Confidential has partnered with AdvertiseCast to handle advertising/sponsorship requests for the podcast edition of our program. They're great to work with and will help you advertise on our show. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org or click the link below to get started: https://www.advertisecast.com/TVConfidentialAradiotalkshowabout Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In this episode of Journey to the Blue Sky, Arun and Patricia discuss about the 2008 Blue Sky Studios animated film Dr. Seuss' Horton Hears a Who based on the 1954 book of the same name starring Jim Carrey, Steve Carrell, Carol Burnett, Will Arnett, Seth Rogen, Jonah Hill, and Amy Poehler. An elephant named Horton sees a floating speck on a pink flower hearing voices not knowing that an entire civilization of Whos living in a town called Whoville live there. The mayor of Whoville, Ned McDodd, notices earthquakes and weather changes happening all of a sudden. When Horton and Major McNodd learn about one another, Horton tries to take the speck to a safe location and Major McNodd tries to convince the Whos to postpone the celebration of Whoville with no luck. Both are trying to convince everyone of the situation, but they don't believe them. When the movie premiered in theaters, it made over $298 million dollars out of a $85 million dollar budget receiving positive reviews after both the disappointment of Ice Age: The Meltdown and the critical bashing of the previous Dr. Seuss movie adaptation, The Cat in the Hat. What did Arun and Patricia think of the movie? Listen and find out. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/old-school-lane/support
The hilarious Brian Stack (writer/performer for Conan and Colbert) was so chock full of anecdotes we built a second episode with stories about Amy Poehler, Tina Fey, Andy Richter, Conan and more. Awesome stuff. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
This week Mark and Allen break down the Episode where Ron finally meets Diane! Leslie proposes her first bill to tax the city's sodas, hoping to discourage citizens from drinking them. She meets with Pawnee Restaurant Association spokeswoman Kathryn Pinewood to discuss the terms of her bill and to question the reasoning behind the city's growing drink sizes. Kathryn warns Leslie that if her bill passes, local restaurants will suffer, causing massive job losses. Kathryn goes on to say that if Leslie doesn't vote against the bill, a press release will be issued, putting the blame solely on Leslie for the layoffs. This puts Leslie in the middle of a moral conundrum: vote her conscience and risk job layoffs, or save jobs by going against her gut. Meanwhile, Ben and April are still settling into their new environment in Washington DC, with Ben trying to get his interns in line, while April remains her irreverent self, putting in minimal effort. Displeased with his interns' behavior, Ben attempts to be more assertive, but to no avail. After seeing crude, mocking drawings of him on the wall, Ben calls his boss Jennifer Barkley to request intern changes, but upon realizing how connected they all are, he changes his tactics and attempts to "kiss their asses" instead by ordering pizza and setting up frisbee games. Finally, Chris and Tom volunteer to help Andy get into shape for his police entrance exam, which is 3 months away. Chris and Tom coach Andy during his two-mile run at Pawnee Community College, which must be done in less than 25 minutes. When Andy's first attempt takes around 30 minutes, Chris asks Andy why he wants to be a policeman. After coming up with a good reason ("do it for April"), it serves to motivate Andy, but depresses Chris, as he realizes his reasons for keeping fit are purely physical. As always, we tackle the tough questions, such as ... How will Leslie vote on the bill? Does April ever rise up above minimum effort? Can Andy complete 2 miles in under 25 minutes? Is Kathryn Pinewood bluffing? Can Ben find his way into the interns' hearts by ordering pizza and rocking scoobers? Will Chris snap out of his depression? Why do they call their 512-ounce cup a "Child Size"? Who is drawing pictures of Ben, and will it stop? What changes does Tom make to the pace car? Podcast viewers, Season 5 shows no signs of slowing down! Tune in to enjoy this episode with us, and then stick around for a sneak preview of our interview with the talented actress behind Kathryn Pinewood herself, Mary Faber! Many thanks to our sponsor, the Pawnee Restaurant Association.
The hilarious writer/performer Brian Stack (Conan's “Ghost Crooner” and “Traveling Salesman”) shares great stories about his early improv days in Madison, WI and Chicago and how it led to gigs on Conan and now Colbert. Chris Farley, Amy Poehler, Tina Fey, Andy Richter, Conan - plenty of stories to go around! Pt.1 of 2 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
There's a badass tweet from Michelle Branch, Olivia Newton John's ex husband is missing and Amy Poehler wore white to a wedding. Plus, a new segment called That's Life! SHOP OUR NEW MERCH!!! http://bignaturaltalents.theprintbar.com/ Bonus full length episodes and guest exclusives are available on our Patreon! Sign up at www.patreon.com/bignaturaltalentsFollow on Instagram: https://instagram.com/bignaturaltalentsSubscribe to the YouTube for episode videos: https://www.youtube.com/bignaturaltalentsEmail the girlies here: email@example.comFollow Concettahttps://instagram.com/concettaworldwidehttps://twitter.com/concettacaristo https://www.concettacaristo.com/Follow Laurenhttps://instagram.com/laurenybonnerhttps://twitter.com/laurenybonner https://lauren-bonner.com/See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Live from The Awardist, it's an SNL extravaganza! Saturday Night Live alums Amy Poehler, Maya Rudolph, Seth Meyers, Martin Short, and Kate McKinnon join each other for a laugh-filled walk down memory lane, revealing the hosts who had them starstruck, their favorite sketches featuring each other, when they realized the power of comedy, and whether the show should continue when Lorne Michaels retires. Plus, SNL star and 2022 Emmys host Kenan Thompson shares his hopes for this year's ceremony, why he was so keen to host the show, and more. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Time stands still when Natasha Lyonne joins Rob Lowe. On today's pod hear why Natasha feels safe around Maya Rudolph and Amy Poehler, how her love has grown for Detectives Sipowicz and Columbo, and how when you gain fame you need to avoid the dangerous "celebrity vocal sound." Got a question for Rob? Call our voicemail at (323) 570-4551. Yours could get featured on the show!
In this unplanned BONUS solo episode, Alissa shares some recent thoughts and musings inspired by…you! In this episode: Response to a listener email about taking time for herself. Insights uncovered during my 8-week program MOVE like why scooping poop multiple times a day is something I willingly do and pay for parking in a garage in NYC. Reexamining internalized ideas around marriage, marriage vows, and the promises we make The idea that completely changed my relationship with myself and others. Join host Alissa Alter (She/Her) aka “The Amy Poehler of Vaginas” as she explores the intersection of physical fitness and emotional fitness. In other words, our minds and bodies are SUPER connected and we can leverage what we know about building physical strength and agility to do the same with our feelings. Alissa DOES NOT believe in TMI and this is a 100% judgment free zone. Alissa DOES believe that if we spend as much time, energy, and discipline on our insides as we do our outsides, we will be unstoppable. Ready to Alter Your Life? Then you're in the right place! Learn more about your host Alissa Alter and how she integrates her experiences as a professional Broadway performer, certified Pilates instructor, and coach to help you remember the life you were born to live! If you're picking up what I'm laying down… ALTER YOUR (in)BOX by clicking here and I'll meet you there Monday morning :) Download your FREE 5 minute meditation to start your day with confidence and ease. Learn more at www.alissaalter.com Follow along on IG @alissaalter As always I've got your back, I've got your front, and I've got your undercarriage.
Daniel Franzese steps Behind The Rope. Yes, Damian, the gay dude from Mean Girls. Daniel is so much more than just “Damian” though. We chat about the Iconic “break out” role of Damian, why that character resonated and still resonates with people almost 20 years later, how it changed the lives of so many gay and “other” kids worldwide and just why, out of all the characters in this epic film, Damian is the one everyone can agree brings oh so much joy to the masses. Daniel chats about working with Lindsay Lohan, Tina Fey, Rachel McAdams, Amy Poehler, Amanda Seyfried and the rest of this brilliant cast and just what would a reboot look like today in 2022. In other news, Daniel's brilliant “Italian Mom”, which has been killing it on You Tube and Cameos worldwide is about to make her stage debut this month. Ticks avail now. Finally, we chat about the current state of leading LGBTQ+ projects in Hollywood, being “out” as an actor today and just what is next for this powerhouse actor who will not be slowing down any time soon! @whatsupdanny @behindvelvetrope @davidyontef BONUS & AD FREE EPISODES Available at - www.patreon.com/behindthevelvetrope BROUGHT TO YOU BY: TALKSPACE - www.talkspace.com ($100 Off Your First Month. Use Code VELVET) LA TIMES' THE ENVELOPE (Binge First Six Episodes Now. Available Anywhere You Listen To Your Podcasts) RUPAUL'S SECRET CELEBRITY DRAG RACE (Premieres This Friday August 12th at 8pm on VH1). ADVERTISING INQUIRIES - Please contact David@advertising-execs.com MERCH Available at - https://www.teepublic.com/stores/behind-the-velvet-rope?ref_id=13198 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices