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Episode 142: That's What Friends Are For…Joe and Kari keep smilin', keep shinin' as they highlight the 80's tunes which feature famous musicians in the studio that are paying a favor to their friends. A former Eagle recruits Kim Carnes for backup, while Dave Mason does one better and gets the biggest star of the 80's to sing backup for him. Coming Around Again: A couple of songs get a second chance on the charts! One song is from a British act, and one is from the King of Rock and Roll!
In this week's episode, (originally aired August 19th, 2020) of Wrestling Nostalgia we go back 22 years to SummerSlam 1998, emanating from Madison Square Garden that included The Rock vs HHH in a Ladder Match for the Intercontinental Championship and Stone Cold vs Undertaker for the WWF Championship. We also take your voicemails at the beginning of the show!
Plenty of strange things happened on '7th Heaven' — sisters kissing brothers, 5-year-olds getting drug tested, hamsters being named Jesus and Mom — but there is perhaps no moment more bananas than 13-year-old Lucy Camden discussing her crush for... Prince Charles. The moment occurs in the pilot episode of the series (way to start strong!), the focus of our latest episode. Allison and Kate dive into one of the most bizarre series to ever hit the WB, and learn about the hole creator Brenda Hampton filled with '7th Heaven,' the MLK Day special episode about a hate crime committed against a white boy (titled "Got MLK?"), and, of course, the degradation of Mary Camden following Jessica Biel's much-discussed 'Gear Magazine' cover. So grab your jorts and enjoy the story of '7th Heaven'!
"The Secret Diary of Adrian Mole, Aged 13 3/4," May 6-June 7, 1981. Adrian paints his Noddy wallpaper black and becomes a red sock revolutionary. Dad is made redundant, the power shuts off, Bert Baxter loses his 40-year-old false teeth, Doreen Slater cures Dad's impotence, and Grandma beats up Barry Kent. Jody and Alison do dramatic readings and provide critical literary analysis of this Sue Townsend classic. Ginormous thank yous to Blume Heads Lisa and Deanna for their letters about drunk teens, Jane Eyre, and Panic in Needle Park. It's a Judy Blume book club. Join us every week!
Hey everyone! Eight whole years watching and talking about Power Rangers, huh? Thanks for sticking with us! Benny joined us this time around to put the SPD rangers on our ranking list, rank the seasons, and just kinda reminisce about the show.Patreon: patreon.com/heyjakeandjoshWebsite: MorphinGrid.tumblr.comArchive: heyjakeandjosh.comEmail: firstname.lastname@example.orgTwitter: @morphingrid
This episode is burdened by two framing devices, each made weaker by the inclusion of the other. Will Ally make Chris laugh? Will Chris lose the bet? Find out! We watch Season 5 Episode 11 of Xena Warrior Princess: Punchlines Follow us on twitter: @XenaWarriorBiz This podcast is the spinoff/sister podcast of SAILOR BUSINESS. Art by @barelysushi. Podcast edited by @allyspock. Support us on patreon at www.patreon.com/sailorbusiness
Spoiler Warning! Chris and Taylor review the fourth season of the Netflix action series "Cobra Kai" created by Josh Heald, Jon Hurwitz and Hayden Schlossberg. With the big tournament coming up and the fate of the dojos at stake, former enemies Daniel LaRusso and Johnny Lawrence join forces while John Kreese calls upon an old friend to help give Cobra Kai the upper hand. The series stars William Zabka, Ralph Macchio, Martin Kove, Courtney Henggeler, Xolo Maridueña, Tanner Buchanan, Mary Mouser, Peyton List and Thomas Ian Griffith.
The 2001 Spanish Grand Prix was a day to forget for McLaren. Not only did Mika Hakkinen lose victory by breaking down on the final lap, but team boss Ron Dennis landed himself in hot water with David Coulthard by incorrectly suggesting the Scot suffered 'brain fade' when his car stalled on the grid. Mark Hughes and Matt Beer join Glenn Freeman to reflect on those stories plus everything else that was going on in F1 at the time, including the return of driver aids, Jaguar's struggles, Flavio Briatore vs Jenson Button, Juan Pablo Montoya's breakthrough and BAR's first podium.ASK US ANYTHING: Get your questions in for our series finale using #BringBackV10s on Twitter, or email email@example.com
Have a listen to History of Heat, one of our newest Headgum Originals! Yassir and Isaiah Lester are joined by comedians, artists, athletes, and experts to discuss the history, impact, and future of culture's favorite topics ranging from sneakers to video games. In this episode, Nostalgia (w/ Langston Kerman), Yassir and Isaiah are joined by Langston Kerman (Insecure, The Boys) to discuss how memories determine which sneakers, streetwear, and collectibles are considered heat today. Subscribe to History of Heat on: Apple Podcasts Spotify See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The habit and addiction to alcohol is a learned behavior, no matter WHY you are drinking or what your set of adverse experiences have, you weren't BORN attached to alcohol. For this reason your desire and attachment can be UNLEARNED and even ELIMINATED.YAY! When you have none to little desire and attachment, the problem of alcohol ceases to exist. To kick off 2022 I am hosting a series: 10 Steps to How to ELIMINATE your desire and attachment to alcohol.Ep. #120: Step 1: Sensation, the willingness to feel. Bonus Episode: Embodiment Practice Today on Ep # 121 Step 2: Cultivating Non-Judgmental Emotional AwarnessSensations come from many circumstances, but the ones you are mostly avoiding come from Emotions. The sensation are still the same, vibration in the body trigger by a response to an outside stimulus/circumstnace. The reason they are fear and avoided is for two reasons: 1) they are unfamiliar and the body/mind strive to protect it's self and stay safe. 2) Your judgements ABOUT the emotion. That it's wrong/bad. You SHOULDN'T feel this way.This week: Bcome aware of sensation. Identify the specific emotion ( have fun with this.)Notice your opinions/judgments about it. Above all else, STAY NEUTRAL. This is the exploratory, awareness generating phase of eliminating your desire and attachment to alcohol. Here is a list of EMOTIONS. Get curious knowing what yours are.Listen to the BONUS Ep. after #120, for a full embodiment practice to start the process of cultivating awareness of sensation. Get the free training to find freedom from alcohol: Click HEREEmail: firstname.lastname@example.org with questions for the show or to share your story.Thank you for heading to Apple Podcast To Drop a 5 Star Review and What You LOVE about the show! Your presence means so much to me. Go to SEE ALL reviews to add the comment.
The seasonal tradition of watching a movie that stars a Power Rangers is not doing the boys any favors with 2008's "Battle Planet", a movie with no battles that takes place on a moon. Josh learns he might not like sci-fi and Jake learns something worse about himself.Patreon: patreon.com/heyjakeandjoshWebsite: MorphinGrid.tumblr.comArchive: heyjakeandjosh.comEmail: email@example.comTwitter: @morphingrid
World War II is nostalgically remembered throughout American culture as the “good war”––a conflict where Americans idealistically banded together to free the world from tyranny. Of course there is more to this story, but is this simplified popular understanding dangerous? In this week's episode of None Of The Above, the Eurasia Group Foundation's Mark Hannah talks with West Point English professor Elizabeth Samet about the importance of literature for preparing America's future officer corps for life in and out of uniform, and about Americans' collective memory of the Second World War. Elizabeth shows how our romanticized reading of history has led US policymakers to overstate the effectiveness and righteousness of military force. To listen to more episodes or learn more about None Of The Above, go to www.noneoftheabovepodcast.org. To learn more about the Eurasia Group Foundation, please visit www.egfound.org and subscribe to our newsletter. Elizabeth Samet is the author of Looking For the Good War: American Amnesia and the Violent Pursuit of Happiness and a Professor of English at West Point. The views Elizabeth expresses here do not reflect the official policy or position of the Department of the Army, the Department of Defense, or the US Government.
Welcome back Nostalgites! In this episode of Nerd Nostalgia we finally have someone else giving a solo review! Bryan goes balls DEEP in his review of the latest Matrix Movie, The Matrix Resurrections! **SPOILER WARNING** Enjoy the episode and remember to stay nerdy my friends! Find us on social media at: LinkTree: https://linktr.ee/nerdnostalgia Instagram: Nerd.Nostalgia https://www.instagram.com/nerd.nostalgia/ Tik Tok: nerdnostalgia https://www.tiktok.com/@nerdnostalgia Youtube: Nerd Nostalgia Podcast https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCI0U0eNWJusOJWjVQwLQ-yQ/featured Twitter: NerdNostalgia_ https://mobile.twitter.com/NerdNostalgia_ Facebook: Nerd Nostalgia Nation (Private Group) https://www.facebook.com/groups/596797280882537/
Episode 141: Everybody's gotta start somewhere, and in this episode of HRT80's, Joe and Kari are taking a look at some of the earlier songs from legendary songwriter Diane Warren. She has written some of the biggest hits of all-time, like "How Do I Live," "Nothing's Gonna Stop Us Now" and "I Don't Want to Miss a Thing," but in the 80's, she wrote some songs that DIDN'T top the charts. She wrote songs for Barbara Mandrell, Melissa Manchester, and Ronnie Spector, among others. Some of these are really good! And for others, the top spot on the Hot 100 was a real moonshot.
MacGyver meets a young woman named Penny Parker at an airport in Bulgaria. He has some microfilm he has to sneak out, which should be easy job, but Penny drops some jewels in his pocket. It turns out Penny took them from a high ranking officer and now MacGyver is up to his ears in an international incident that might expose his own espionage. Find us on Twitter: @iused2watchthis
In this episode that originally aired August 4th, 2019, we go back to SummerSlam 2002 when Brock went 1 on 1 with The Rock, go over some current WWE news and some personal stories as a wrestling fan in high school.
Welcome to the Fandom Nexus! Come and have a seat at the table! We've got a lot of things to talk about. New toys, new games, and a few new television shows on Disney Plus! Would you believe I finally sat down and watched both of those Venom movies? Also our thoughts on Boba Fett and Cobra Kai! Grab your pixie and let's fly to Neverland! Help Adrian Ropp during his financial struggles! Donate here! Subscribe to the podcast! Please rate and review Neverland: The Fandom Nexus! Leave a review here! Join the movement to do something positive. Get your shirt and tell people #YourLifeMatters! You may have noticed some ads as part of the show this week. If you don't want to hear ads every week, become a patron at Patreon!! We would like to thank My Podcast Reviews for sponsoring our show! For the best aggregator of your podcast reviews, sign up for an account! Visit the Play MotU Website and download the demo! Subscribe to my new show, Neverland Rock Radio with this RSS Visit our shop! at TeePublic Join and donate to Thank You Walt Disney Follow on Instagram! Join our Discord server! Twitter Facebook Facebook Group Email Us! Leave a Voicemail (816) 226-6492 We are part of the We Be Geeks Podcast Collective!!
Hijinks and hilarities ensue in the 1994 movie, "Baby's Day Out." Join Lindsay Underwood and Halle Watson as they judge this baby's parents, laugh at burning crotches (iykyk), and contemplate the likelihood that this baby is a sociopath in the making.
To the enjoyment of many a teenaged boy — and to the chagrin of many a 'South Park' staff member — 'Family Guy' premiered in 1999 with a new animation technique that would later be used in Emmy winners like '30 Rock': the cutaway shot. These shots were ridiculous, they were random, they were written by manatees, some might say, but they also felt warm and cozy to a generation of viewers who loved nostalgic pop culture references before meme accounts took up that mindshare. Kate was one of those viewers, which is why she was excited to dive into the history of 'Family Guy' and its multi-hyphenate creator, Seth MacFarlane, alongside co-host Allison on our latest episode. During this week's episode, we learn about the animated short that launched MacFarlane into recognition, exactly why 'South Park' dunked so heavily on 'Family Guy,' and the Oscar-nominated actor who almost voiced Brian.
On this episode of the podcast Sabrina Perry(@theperrylegoadventures)and Shelly Corbett(@shellycorbettphotography) discuss the latest toy photography monthly challenge #tp_nostalgia. Nostalgia comes from two Greek words Nostos meaning homecoming and Algos meaning pain or ache. For some people, nostalgia is about remembering the good old days fondly. For others, nostalgia is a bittersweet remembrance of the past. A lot of times it can be both. This challenged seemed to be the perfect way to end the year. It felt like a way to share a little bit of the good old days in our toy photography, and people did that. But, it also was a bittersweet way to remember the past. A time before the pandemic. Is toy photography inherently nostalgic? Do we as toy photographers gravitate towards certain toys, and ideas because they stir feelings of nostalgia in us? What makes a photo nostalgic? Listen in as Shelly and I discuss these questions and more as we tackle toy photography and nostalgia in the midst of a pandemic. As always, we'd love to hear your thoughts after listening to the episode; leave a comment below or join our communities on MeWe, Facebook, or Instagram! Also, please be sure to “revisit” the blog for all things toy photography-related!
Today Jake and Josh are pulling double duty. First they watch a fan script reading done by the cast of SPD and talk about that a little, then they're trying to sort out all their grievances with the season and trying to make it all fit together.Patreon: patreon.com/heyjakeandjoshWebsite: MorphinGrid.tumblr.comArchive: heyjakeandjosh.comEmail: firstname.lastname@example.orgTwitter: @morphingrid
Today's guest is actor Joshua Jackson. You may know him from Dawson's Creek or The Mighty Ducks, or from his later TV shows, including Fringe, The Affair, Little Fires Everywhere, and most recently, Dr. Death, which earned him a People's Choice award nomination. In this conversation (recorded over Zoom in the midst of the holidays), he candidly shares what he's learning as a new parent, lessons on love and feeling worthy of it, navigating young fame, and how the vulnerable messiness of being alive is how we grow. We talk about what his Broadway debut role in Children of a Lesser God taught him about listening and connection and how that has influenced his anti-racism work. He also tells me about his new production company, Liquid Media Group, which aims to create an easier path for independent filmmakers to share their content while allowing them ownership. Joshua has enormous depth in his life experiences and I loved talking to him even more than I expected. Show Notes:- Find Joshua on Instagram | Twitter- There's currently 1 spot open in my one-on-one creative consulting! If you want to work with me, learn more here and book a free session with me to see if it's a correct fit. - All Let it Out Kits are 22 percent off, including our special holiday Remix Your Resolutions kit. Offer code: twentytwo- The Invisibilia podcast episode on nostalgia I refer to- The Fresh Air episode I refer to on rethinking the way we work- Subscribe to our newsletter to get show notes sent straight to your inbox- Follow @letitouttt on Instagram If you liked this episode, try out:- Episode 299: Happy Thank You More Please with Josh Radnor Sponsors:Truebill: take control of your subscriptions and save up to thousands of dollars a year at truebill.com/letitoutSaneBox: magically remove distractions from your inbox with a free two-week trial. Get a $25 credit when you go to sanebox.com/letitout
Does your favorite sci-fi show have... Ok, you know what? We don't have to do this for this one. Kirk wears tight red pants and Mulder wears a red speedo at some point in these episodes. That's it. That's the theme. Do you need more?! For Stella Cheeks, it's the Star Trek TOS episode "Charlie X" and for Erin Cline, it's the X-Files episodes "Duane Barry" and "Ascension" (the red speedo happens in Duane Barry but I GUESS we care about the story as well). Join Stella and Erin as they watch some ruby wrapped rumps and puce peens deal with all-powerful pubescent pissboys and insane enraged abducting abductees in an episode where we fully nail the theme! --- About the podcast: Erin Cline and Stella Cheeks have been friends for over a decade but have never seen each other's favorite TV show. Seeking to rectify that grievous error (seriously, they used to live together), X-Treks was born! Each week the duo choose one episode from Star Trek: The Original Series and one episode from The X-Files that fits a previously chosen cinematic theme, watch them together, and share their feelings! Alongside producer Bobby Hoffman, they discuss their first impressions, how the episodes fit into the larger fan lore, and fascinating behind-the-scenes facts. --- Follow The X-Treks Crew Twitter: @nydproductions #xtrekspod @Stella_Cheeks @Haberdasher9k Instagram: @NYDErnGenC
A salute to some of film and television's famous canines. Dedicated to the memories of Betty White and Michelle Scherrer, both avid dog rescue supporters. Intro/Outro - "Feather Duster" by Shane Ivers (www.silvermansound.com)
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Lauren Servideo joins Greta to discuss, being a great student, bonfires in the woods, and how tits can feel like a prison. Like the show? Rate Senior Superlatives 5 Stars on Apple Podcasts and leave a review for Greta. Follow Greta: Twitter: @gertie_bird Instagram: @gertiebird Advertise on Senior Superlatives via Gumball.fm See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Bring Back V10s returns for series five, and for the first time we are dipping into 1998. Gary Anderson and Edd Straw join host Glenn Freeman to discuss all the major storylines going on in F1 in the summer of 1998, and the bizarre set of circumstances that led to Michael Schumacher coming into the pits at the end of the final lap to serve a penalty - which he only took after he'd crossed the timing line to complete the race. We also discuss tension behind the scenes at McLaren, why Williams was struggling in its first year without works Renault engines or an Adrian Newey-designed car, a team orders row at Sauber, and how Jordan kickstarted its season with Ralf Schumacher scoring its first point of the year from the back of the grid. ASK US ANYTHING: Get your questions in for our series finale episodes using #BringBackV10s on Twitter, or email bringbackV10s@the-race.com
Okay, Leftist Twitch fans. Get your nooses out. A WHITE WOMAN IS IN DANGER!!!!!!!!!!!!! Lance has Nostalgia for a time when you weren't allowed to speak ill of a White Chick. He smugly grins through a disingenuous video where his ultimate point is that you uppity coloreds need quit worrying about micro-aggressions and leave the precious white flower alone. Ya see… Lindsay Ellis is following the hot new White Supremacist business model of decrying that one is being cAnCEleD to increase revenue an decrease effort. Now, her clients are no longer her clients for mediocre film reviews but instead to protect her savage beastly twitter fingers of critical word typers of whom (as Lance would tell you) could be doing something else with their time. It really is a thing of wonder that she can claim she's quitting and call that “getting canceled”. z And of course, soaking a hot tub of White Woman Tears just isn't right if you don't have some folks that are non-white getting involved. Every Mike Bloomberg deserves a Stacy Abrams in their corner. Phoenix Calida is in studio with me as we have a grand old time analyzing how the White Left moves and functions unwittingly at the behest and traditions of White Supremacy.
This is the companion episode to #120. Cultivating the witness and the willingness to FEEL sensations is how you begin to eliminate your desire and attachment to alcohol. If you are enjoying this podcast please help me spread the love with a 5 start review and comment about how this show has helped you. Get on my mailing list and get the free training. Start your journey inward today! Click HEREEmail: email@example.com with questions for the show or to share your story.Thank you for heading to Apple Podcast To Drop a 5 Star Review and What You LOVE about the show! Spread this life changing content. Go to SEE ALL in reviews to add the comment!
Lukasz is back with another boxing podcast, this time to start off 2022 with a short-ish review of 2021. He'll refuse to name a fighter of the year, discuss some worthwhile fights, ramble a touch about some things that people did well, cuss out surprisingly few dickheads, celebrate some good trends, and then, to his own surprise, name a fighter of the year. Follow Lukasz on Twitter: https://twitter.com/craftyboxing Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/FightSitedotcom Check out our written content on the website: https://www.thefight-site.com/ Support us directly on Patreon for exclusive content and access to the discord: https://www.patreon.com/fightsite We now have exclusive merchandise at teespring.com/stores/the-fight-site-shop
The habit and addiction to alcohol is a learned behavior, no matter WHY you are drinking or what your set of adverse experiences have, you weren't BORN attached to alcohol. For this reason your desire and attachment can be UNLEARNED and even ELIMINATED.YAY! When you have none to little desire and attachment, the problem of alcohol ceases to exist. Today kicks off 2022 and a 10 part series of how to ELIMINATE your desire and attachment to alcohol. Step 1: Sensation, the willingness to feel. Making alcohol a neutral, irrelevant part of your life requires getting to know yourself in ways you never have. This means you must become the WITNESS to your own experience. Observing yourself free of judgment to check in and learn more about what you didn't know before.Our bodies are full of vibrating energy that creates sensations in the body.These sensations have a life span. They change and eventually go away. Nothing is permanent. Life is change. This episode goes along with the next BONUS episode to take you through and embodiment practice of sensation for just the EXPERIENCE of it.I also share a little secret in the works for spring 2022! Get on my mailing list and get the free training. Start your journey inward today! Click HEREEmail: firstname.lastname@example.org with questions for the show or to share your story.Thank you for heading to Apple Podcast To Drop a 5 Star Review and What You LOVE about the show! Your presence means so much to me. Go to SEE ALL reviews to add the comment.I share an share an inspiring testimonial from my sweet client, friend and colleague, Nura Rachelle, Here is her amazing intuitive astro guidance. She is a wonderful teacher, mentor and galactic alchemist.
The golden age of comics was a long time ago. Even the silver age is decades past. You could argue that we're in the bronze age right now, although things have transformed beyond recognition. There are still comics printed on paper, but they're not nearly as popular as they were in days past. These days it's all movies and TV shows. Is this a good thing or a bad thing? It's the same characters, the same stories, even a lot of the same creators still. But there's just something about opening that Sunday paper and seeing your favorite comic that anyone under the age of 30 probably has never experienced. Nostalgia is a powerful force. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Davis Mattek is joined by Jonathan Wilson to discuss his new novel "Streltsov", why we tend to misremember important moments in sports and the difference between sports for sports sake and sports for entertainments' sake. Buy the novel here: https://theblizzard.co.uk/shop/books/streltsov/ www.patreon.com/taekcast
Laurence Holmes discussed the fun that Jason Goff and Kendall Gill were having on NBC Sports Chicago on the Bulls postgame show Monday. It got Holmes to reminiscing about the '90s, "Family Matters" and the best basketball scenes in sitcom history. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Welcome back my Nostalgites! In this episode of Nerd nostalgia Irvin delivers the Nerd News of the week! The crazy unplanned part is that this is Nerd News 22, our first post of the year 2022! Sometimes things line up perfectly and this is one of those occasions and you gotta love it! Enjoy the episode!! Chat with us on social media at: Instagram - Nerd.Nostalgia.Podcast https://www.instagram.com/nerd.nostalgia/ Tik Tok - nerdnostalgia Youtube - Nerd Nostalgia Podcast https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCI0U0eNWJusOJWjVQwLQ-yQ/featured Twitter - NerdNostalgia_ Facebook: Nerd Nostalgia Nation (Private Group) LinkTree: https://linktr.ee/nerdnostalgia If you have an iPhone, Ipad, Mac, or any Apple product please head to Apple Podcasts and drop a quick rating by tapping the 5 stars! Oh and tell all your friends about us too. Thank you!
Episode 140: Joe and Kari took a little break for the holidays, but they are BACK, and to coincide with the first episode of the New Year, they are taking a look at the first time some of your faves hit the Hot 100: Survivor, Don Henley, and the solo debuts of a couple members of the Go-Go's are the first up. You'll also hear about the debut of Jermaine Stewart and cuties Roman Holliday. Quiz Time: Joe and Kari face off with a little 80's music trivia. Who will be the Queen (not a spoiler) of 80's music trivia? Find out in this new episode of HRT80s.
*Originally Aired August 12th, 2020*In this episode we take a look back at No Way Out 2003, when Austin returned after being gone for 8 months, facing Eric Bischoff in Montreal, Canada. One of the most memorable returns in WWE history.
I'M NOT EVEN SUPPOSED TO BE HERE TODAY! Kevin Smith is a Goddamn national treasure. That's all we're even saying about this episode. Clerks. Done. Listen. Enjoy. The Lethal Weapons "You Are Motherfucker" By The Lethal Weapons appears courtesy of SME Sony Music Entertainment(Japan)Soda Pop Culture Club Store This is where you can get that thing you never knew you wanted. Disclaimer: This post contains affiliate links. If you make a purchase, I may receive a commission at no extra cost to you.Support the show (https://www.paypal.com/paypalme/sodapopcultureclub)