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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!
TODAY ON THE SHOW a woman needed some wisdom from Johnjay in the past and she calls us to let us know that IT WORKED OUT! YAY! Later in the show,, somebody has Noah's phone number and they keep calling him Pops... Payton has the trick up the sleeve for him. ALSO, a former child of CHRISTMAS BRAT PATROL is now a nurse, and her mother, who set her kids up back in 2009, gets to rehash some of these memories, and the nurse, JAINA, got to inject Johnjay with his fat booster shot. Plus, an ALL NEW SECOND DATE UPDATE, GBG, Revelation between Payton's family and ROB LOWE?!? AND SO MUCH MORE TODAY on Johnjay & Rich.
Career changes. Health issues. Family shake-ups. Extreme burnout. Throughout life, all of us will face moments when we choose to (or are forced to) make big changes that can shake up our sense of identity. This week, Meg and Kelly process through this together as they reflect on moments when they've asked themselves this question: “Who am I if I'm not THIS?” (Pssst - they share some helpful suggestions on how to recover your sense of self, too!) Come be a part of our Patreon community and join in our FIRST book club discussion in September! You'll get exclusive content every month plus hundreds of hours of Super Star episodes to download and binge right now! And bonus - get our texting number so you can send us your thoughts anytime! Go to patreon.com/sortaawesome to become a Super Star Awesome! THANK YOU TO OUR SPONSORS: Raycon: Get 15% off your Raycon order at BUYRAYCON.com/sorta Dame: Go to dameproducts.com and enter code AWESOME for 15% off site wide Butcher Box: Sign up today at butcherbox.com/AWESOME and use code AWESOME to get 1 pack of free bacon in EVERY box for the life of your membership PLUS $10 off your first order SHOW NOTES: Kelly's AotW: MamaMango Moscato Meg's AotW: Magical Mindset Moments podcast Sorta Awesome Ep. 128: Love Your Body, Change Your World with Jen Hoffman Sorta Awesome Ep. 273: A Must-Listen to Heal from 2020 for an Awesome 2021! Sorta Awesome Ep. 193: Stressed Out, Burned Out and Ready to Recover Slate article: Rob Lowe on sending his son off to college True You: Letting Go of Your False Self to Uncover the Person God Created Come As You Are Amazon | Bookshop Burnout Amazon | Bookshop This Is Not A Book About Benedict Cumberbatch Amazon | Bookshop Your Blue Flame Amazon | Bookshop Well + Good article: 13 Steps to Finding Yourself—It's Not Your Average Game of Hide-and-Seek You can find Meg on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram! Find Kelly on Twitter , Instagram and on her website! Visit sortaawesomeshow.com for show notes on this and every episode. And don't forget to find us in the Sorta Awesome Hangout on Facebook or @sortaawesomeshow on Instagram, and @sortaawesomepod on Twitter! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
It's more than just bears and Battlestar Galactica when Rainn Wilson and Rob Lowe get to chatting! On today's episode you'll find out how The Office was almost cancelled before its third season, Rainn and Rob's approach to acting for comedy vs drama, and what updates would be added to a second edition of "The Bassoon King." Got a question for Rob? Call our voicemail at (323) 570-4551. Yours could get featured on the show!
02:45 Guest Intro 07:16 How Danny and Chad are connected 08:15 Twitter 12:41 “Do do” 14:12 Bruce Vilanch 15:19 Working with his brother Rob Lowe 24:52 Athletic Greens 26:16mBetonline.AG 28:11 “Actually” 31:00 Danny's other connection with Chad 33:39 Life Goes On origin 35:32 What are you watching? Go see Danny and Jenny Live: Jenny Johnson and Friends: https://www.flapperscomedy.com/shows/jenny-johnson-and-friends/64979 Follow us on twitter @ichadlowe @jennyjohnsonhi5 @dannyzuker @theguydf @doinitpodcast
This week Mark and Allen break down the Episode where Leslie Knope first meets John McCain (even though she doesn't realize it)! Leslie and Andy are visiting Washington, D.C., to see Ben, who accepted a temporary job there for a congressional re-election campaign, and April, who decided to join Ben as his intern. Thrilled to be in the nation's capital, Leslie also hopes to secure federal funding to clean the Pawnee River, but her optimism is dulled when she is unable to meet with anyone at the United States Department of the Interior, resulting in her proposal being tossed into a giant pile with numerous other unread proposals. Ben invites Leslie, April and Andy to a cocktail party that night, but Leslie becomes intimidated by the numerous tall, smart, successful women that Ben works with every day, and feels her position on the Pawnee City Council is feeble in comparison. Meanwhile, back in Pawnee, Ron has an announcement for the gang. THE GOOD NEWS? With Leslie absent, he will take over the "Leslie Knope Employment Enjoyment Summer Slam Grill Jam Fun-Splosion", an annual barbecue for the Parks department. THE BAD NEWS? He plans to make it only about meat, with no other types of foods, or even any activities. During the event, Ron brings a live pig named Tom that he is planning to slaughter and cook right then and there, but is (thankfully) informed that it violates numerous laws. An annoyed Ron makes a trip to Food N Stuff, getting pounds of meat which will take several hours to cook, refusing to buy any other food for his hungry and bored subordinates. Chris notices the frustration of the Parks department and repeatedly gives Ron suggestions to improve the barbecue, but the stubborn Ron ignores him. Finally, at the employee appreciation barbecue, Tom and Ann appear to still be together. However, we quickly learn via talking head that they have LONG since broken up, they are pretending to still be together since everyone was so smug about it not lasting, and Tom apparently made a $1000 bet with Donna that they would still be together in another month. As the barbecue drags on, we see Ann having a tough time keeping up their ruse due to Tom being ... well ... Tom. As always, we tackle the tough questions, such as ... Which people on Leslie's List of Amazing Women does Ben introduce her to? Can Ron turn things around and make the employees feel appreciated? Is there anything Tom WON'T add glitter to? Who tries to comfort a spiraling Leslie in the coat closet? How does Chris handle things with Ron later? How does Ann retaliate for Tom's glitter-based offenses? Can Leslie snap herself out of this funk, and if so, how so? Whatever happened to Pig Tom? Who will win the bet between Donna and Tom? Loyal podcast viewers, welcome to Season 5 of Parks and Recreation. Please keep your hands and feet inside the car at all times. Many thanks to our amazing sponsor, "Food N Stuff".
The sixth episode of our season on the awesome movie year of 1992 features Josh's personal pick, Saturday Night Live adaptation Wayne's World. Directed by Penelope Spheeris and starring Mike Myers, Dana Carvey, Tia Carerre and Rob Lowe, Wayne's World is based on the popular SNL characters Wayne and Garth, created by Mike Myers. The post Wayne's World (1992 Josh's Pick) appeared first on Awesome Movie Year.
Are you looking for branding strategies to monetize your business? Vinnie Potestivo speaks with Favour Obasi-ike to speak on brand strategies and principles! Vinnie Potestivo is an industry-leading media and talent innovator who is widely known for his inclusive and impactful approach to brand building and personal brand development. With over 25 years of experience, he and his teams have become well-trusted connectors who sell, develop, produce, launch, distribute, and amplify some of the most talked-about original series & talent brands in modern pop culture. Personal brands Vinnie has helped elevate through the use of original content include Mandy Moore, Ashton Kutcher, Jessica Simpson, Ashlee Simpson, Tyrese Gibson, Lauren Conrad, Diane von Furstenberg, Rob Lowe, Danielle Fishel, Peter Thomas Roth, Kelly Osbourne, Kristin Cavallari, Nasir “Nas” Jones, Molly Sims, Vanessa Lachey, Susie Castillo, Damien Fahey, Quddus, Suchin Pak, Gideon Yago, Will.i.am, Ebro, DJ Clue, LaLa Anthony, Hilary Duff, and Leah McSweeney among others. Vinnie can be seen on linkedin.com/in/vinniepotestivo where he shares business and brand strategies for people looking to inspire and impact with media. You can also find him at instagram.com/vinniepotestivo where he over-shares photos of his two mini-schnauzers @BeauWellington and @DudleyGreenfield. AD Break: Grab the best real estate plots for sale and read the AMG Realtors blog from AMG Realtors today: https://amgrealtors.com/ Resources: Listen to We Don't PLAY podcast on wedontplaypodcast.com Learn how to use Pinterest for business with Pinterest SEO Marketing strategies. ✅ Grab your free Pinterest marketing course here! Visit http://playinc.online/pinterest to start using Pinterest.com as a business today. Connect with Favour Obasi-ike here: https://znap.link/flaevbeatz Join the Pinterest & SEO Marketing club on Clubhouse today using this link here. Join the Pinterest & SEO Marketing Facebook Group to join the LIVE! sessions here. Listen to Favour Obasi-ike on the Wisdom App Rate this Podcast: https://ratethispodcast.com/wedontplay --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/wedontplay/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/wedontplay/support
When Malcolm Gladwell and Rob Lowe are behind the mic, you'll love the twists and turns the conversation takes. On today's episode hear the fun connection both men have to famous runner Milan Tiff, how much test taking actually matters, an interesting talk about Paul Simon, and why things are better now than they've ever been. Got a question for Rob? Call our voicemail at (323) 570-4551. Yours could get featured on the show!
Mark and Allen recently had the pleasure of catching up with the one and only Burley - AKA Andrew Burlinson - a few months ago. Check out our full interview with Andrew this week - he is friendly, down-to-earth guy with a great story, and a lot of fun to talk with. What's not to like?Join the guys as Andrew shares many stories and answers many questions about his career including reminiscing about his experience on Parks and Rec, playing in the most Awesome-Sauce band in America - Mouse Rat - along with his other work since and also his earlier gigs, some of which involved an extraordinary amount of Blue Paint! This is a great interview that the gang really enjoyed a lot! After all, who in their right mind wouldn't get excited at the prospect of interviewing a Mouse Rat band member?!? Tune in and see what Andrew has to say - you won't be disappointed!Check out And rew's website at http://gentlemanrockstar.com while you're at it!
If you look up “fun,” it'll take you right to this thing right here. Exceeding my high expectations, Tim Matheson is even more gorgeous, charming, intelligent, animated, accessible, and fabulous than I could've imagined. Don't think I've ever had more fun at 11 in the morning. Squeezing us in on a busy day of meetings, and a table read for Netflix's #1 smash, Virgin River, which Tim both stars in, and oft directs, he was relaxed, gave us his full attention, energy, passion, and focus, and, what a treat it was after all these years of adoring him. We jumped into Animal House, how it went down, how he got it, what almost was, Chevy Chase, John Belushi, Peter Reigert, Karen Allen, Mark Metcalf, who, thanks to his extreme kindness, introduced me to Tim, making today possible. We circled back through this Burbank boys' start, My Three Sons, Leave it to Beaver, voicing Jonny Quest, the Western years, Bonanza, The Virginian, co-starring with Kurt Russell in The Quest, opposite Henry Fonda, and Lucille Ball in Yours, Mine and Ours, studying at every turn, including a year of Improv, leading to the big stretch, comedy and portraying the good bad boy, working with Landis and then Speilberg and again Belushi in 1941. All the while absorbing and honing his craft, whilst learning from the masters. We talked The West Wing, composer Snuffy Walden, our 2 degrees, Aaron Sorkin, Rob Lowe, Allison Janney, Bradley Whitford, Martin Sheen, Tommy Schlamme, the brilliance, professionalism, and frenetic pace. With our time swiftly waning we touched on This Is Us and landed on VIrgin River, currently readying to roll on Season 5, as I and many binge the just dropped Season 4. I could've talked with Tim all day and still have longed for more. What a great spirit! Such joie de vivre, not to mention ridiculously easy on the eyes, ears, and I suspect, all five senses. Put it all together- it was FUN! Two thumbs way up. Tim Matheson Live on Game Changers With Vicki Abelson *** Wednesday, 8/3/22, 11 am PT, 2 pm ET*** Streamed Live on my Facebook Replay here: https://bit.ly/3JsAJK5 All BROADcasts, as podcasts, also available on iTunes apple.co/2dj8ld3 Stitcher bit.ly/2h3R1fla tunein bit.ly/2gGeItj Also on iHeartRadio, SoundCloud, Voox, OwlTail, Backtracks, PlayerFM, Himalaya, Podchaser, and Listen Notes Thanks to Rick Smolke of Quik Impressions, the best printers, printing, the best people people-ing. quikimpressions.com Nicole Venables of Ruby Begonia Hair Studio Beauty and Products, for the best tressed. http://www.rubybegoniahairstudio.com/ And, Blue Microphones
Deshaun Watson's punishment, US kills Al-Qaeda leader, Chuck E. Cheese is racist too, Britney Spears book held up due to paper shortage, Prince Charles sketchy deals, Mystikal's rapes, Ana de Armas as Marilyn Monroe, Lollapalooza recap, and Trudi re-eulogizes Nichelle Nichols.Deshaun Watson has been suspended for 6 games. The NFL will act like they are going to appeal the decision.Ivana Trump has a pretty lonely and sad final resting place.The Donald is furious at the Brittney Griner trade proposals. Some people are questioning his definition of "loaded up".Trudi takes exception to our Nichelle Nichols eulogy. Nichelle cut her son out of her will because he couldn't wait to "sell her s#!t".Maz is on a cross-country family adventure.Will Smith is still really sorry. The apology video was one giant advertisement for Jaden Smith's stupid water company.Nate Burleson went from crashing cars (due to pizza) to anchoring CBS This Morning.Prince Charles loves money from the bin Laden's and shady Qatari politicians... Especially if it's cash in suitcases.We need to take a serious look at Deshaun Watson's 2022 Fantasy Football value.Political commercials are running overtime.Hard Knocks features the Detroit Lions and will debut on August 9th. Aidan Hutchinson is hazed. Jeff Okudah is trying not to be a total bust.Ray Lewis was suspended 0 games when he allegedly killed a guy.Mystikal (of 'Shake Ya Ass' fame) has been arrested for rape again.al Qaeda's leader Ayman al-Zawahiri has been killed by a CIA drone.The US backs Nancy Pelosi's trip to Taiwan.Jill Biden still calls herself a doctor but news outlets aren't doing so anymore.Ana de Armas is getting crap for playing Marilyn Monroe with a Cuban accent. Is this technically whiteface? With the NC-17 rating, we predict multiple Mr. Skin Awards.JLo's first husband, Ojani Noa, doesn't believe the marriage will last with her 4th husband, Ben Affleck.Look how hot Jeff Bezos and Lauren Sanchez are together.Rob Lowe needed another podcast.Maya Rudolph is back and playing a MacKenzie Bezos rip-off in Loot.Gen Z know what they want and it includes John Hinckley Jr.Recession vs. Inflation.Customers are being really mean to Short's Brewing Company employees.Trudi is over the moon for orangutans with squirt guns.Chuck E. Cheese is in trouble for being racist just like Disney... and Sesame Place!Britney Spears has finished her book but the world has run out of paper to print it on. Britney is nude on social media again. She also went to a bar for the very first time.Grab your EXCLUSIVE NordVPN Deal by going to nordvpn.com/dams or use the code dams to get a HUGE Discount off your NordVPN Plan + 1 additional month for free + a bonus gift! It's completely risk free with Nord's 30-day money-back guarantee!Lollapalooza Chicago recap included a great Led Zeppelin cover by Porno for Pyros.New Beavis and Butt-Head episodes are dropping August 4th on Paramount+.Social media is dumb, but we're on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter (Drew and Mike Show, Marc Fellhauer, Trudi Daniels and BranDon).
Ryan joins us to share why Royals fans should still be optimistic, where the Royals need to improve, the unvaxxed controversy, the trade deadline, who is close to MLB ready from the minors, and how he once looked like Rob Lowe!
What happens when Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Rob Lowe's younger brother road trip to northern Arizona while jamming to AC/DC? Only one way to find out when B-Movie Mania finally reviews Paul's "white whale" movie, "Highway to Hell"! (Not to be confused with Jason's "Bad Chicken" movie.) "Highway to Hell" is available to watch for free on tubi.tv
We're rereleasing our episode on The Lost Boys (1987) in honor of the movie's 35th anniversary! Special thanks to Saylor from Santa Cruz, the latest Bald Move Fantasy Football champ to claim their prize for winning the league. Emerging from the pile victorious, he has selected the 1997 vampire flick, The Lost Boys. Helmed by Joel Schumacher and chocked equally full of cool and hilarious moments and extremely questionable decisions, the film manages to confound and delight. Why is 16 year old Corey Haim taking baths and being tucked into bed by his mother? Why is there a shirtless oiled up, muscle bound sax player? Why is Rob Lowe gazing seductively from Haim's bedroom closet, and more importantly, why is Jim completely oblivious to his siren's call? Is the grandpa a vampire or what? All these questions and more are explored in the depth to which they deserve. Hey there! Check out https://support.baldmove.com/ to find out how you can gain access to ALL of our premium content, as well as ad-free versions of the podcasts, for just $5 a month! Join the discussion: Email | Discord | Reddit | Forums Follow us: Twitch | YouTube | Twitter | Instagram | Facebook Leave Us A Review on Apple Podcasts Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
As the name would suggest, this week Mark and Allen are grabbing a little of this, some of that, a bunch of who-knows-what from over there, and calling it a show ... it's a GRAB BAG! We start off with introductions, followed by Constantine's new segment. We then have some in-depth (well, in-depth for US) analysis on Season 4, how it compares to other seasons, and what we thought of it in general. Finally, we end the show with a heartfelt tribute to everyone's favorite band, Mouse Rat! Stick around, you'll be glad you did. Or not. Makes no difference to us. We're just here for the snacks. (EDIT BY CONSTANTINE: Way to advertise, idiots ...)
Are Peloton and Tonal planning something? John Mills joins us to discuss the continued stock decline. Why is SoulCycle so thirsty? Dr. Jenn: Finding time for combining Peloton and Tonal. Olivia Amato's wedding is featured in Brides Magazine. Matt Wilpers wins the 35-39 age group at the NYC Triathlon. Logan Aldridge was on the Today Show. Sam Yo talks to Broadway World. Robin Arzon gives the keynote at Monmouth Medical Center's Power Of Pink Luncheon. Christine D'Ercole is competing in the National Championships. Men's Health sat down with Andy Speer. Ally Love was featured in Essence. Emma Lovewell celebrates 5-years with Peloton. Hannah Corbin was checking out glaciers in Iceland. Leanne Hainsby is back. Peloton adds new corporate wellness partners. Instinct Magazine talks about Ryan Reynolds and the Christopher Meloni ad. Body And Soul has tips for finding a Peloton in Australian hotels. There's a new music lawsuit for Peloton. Angelo: Gait-keeping and the right way to run. Rob Lowe gives Jenn Sherman a shout-out. Ashton Kutcher talks to Runners World about the NY Marathon and Peloton. Nico Sarani has a Deep House Flow class. Birthdays - Jayvee Nava (8/2), Marion Roaman (8/3) All this plus our interview with Jonathan Edward. Love the show? Subscribe, rate, review, and share! Here's How » Join The Clip Out community today: theclipout.com The Clip Out Facebook The Clip Out Twitter The Clip Out Instagram
Friends are reunited with Jennifer Grey and Rob Lowe! On today's episode you'll hear about the time Jennifer sang showtunes for Stephen Sondheim at Hal Prince's holiday party, how writing about her own experience has shaped her future, and both actors' odd experiences while shooting the 1990 film "If the Shoe Fits". Got a question for Rob? Call our voicemail at (323) 570-4551. Yours could get featured on the show!
It's a unique look at the acting craft when Jon Bernthal joins Rob Lowe. In today's episode you'll find out why Jon left the United States for an intense training session at Stanislavski's theater in Moscow, how grateful he is for his time with The Walking Dead, and both actors swap Oliver Stone stories that you don't want to miss! Got a question for Rob? Call our voicemail at (323) 570-4551. Yours could get featured on the show!
Ben and Leslie go to Partridge, MN. It does not go well. Ann and Chris take compatibility assessments. It does not go well. Ron is deposed by Jamm. It also does not go well. But don't worry, through the magic of television, it all works out in about 22 minutes.
It's time to talk about the Parks and Recreation Season 4 Finale! That's right, this week Mark and Allen break down the long-awaited Episode where the City Council race finally comes to a end! Election Day has arrived - all the hard work, all the long nights, all the sacrifices, it's all come down to this. The gang is pumped, excited, and a little stressed, as the latest polls have Leslie and Bobby Newport neck-and-neck with each other. As the day proceeds, Leslie tries her best to keep her crowd pumped up, while also trying to distract herself and not freak out, as more and more of the polling results come in. Late into the day, the Leslie Knope crowd gathers in, as the final results are reported ... Meanwhile, Jennifer Barkley was so impressed with the way Ben handled Leslie's campaign, that she offers him a job working for a congressional reelection campaign in Washington DC, but if he takes it, he'll have to leave in two days, and be there for six months. Despite all the election craziness going on, Ben discusses it with Leslie, who is a bit upset, since it would mean Ben moving away just as their lives return to normal. With both Leslie and Ben conflicted about the Washington job offer, they both seek advice from others as they try to come to some sort of conclusion and agreement. Finally, as election day preparations go underway, Andy gets a call from a panicked April, asking for his help. Apparently, April was tasked to do something with files, blah blah blah, it froze, blah blah blah, she got annoyed, blah blah blah ... and she accidentally deletes all of the department's files on ALL the computers ... blah blah blah. Andy tries his "best" to help (which, you know, is only worth so much), but fails to retrieve the files. April is freaking OUT. As always, we tackle the tough questions, such as ... What final voter machine shenanigans do the Newports try? How does Ann attempt to distract Leslie? What advice does Ann give to Leslie? Who does Andy end up calling to help out April? What advice does Ron give to Ben? Do they recover the files? Does April get fired? Will Ben accept the job offer? Can our gal, Leslie Knope, pull off victory? Loyal podcast viewers, this is it, the Season 4 finale - we PROMISE you won't be disappointed! Don't miss out. As a bonus, stay tuned during the break for a very special feature involving Bobby Newport attack ads!
“What's the worst that can happen?” Jenn Sherman asked herself when she sent an email to John Foley, who was looking for people to join his new company called Peloton. She thought the last thing anyone in the youth-obsessed fitness industry would want was a 40-something mother of two. She and John hit it off instantly, and soon she became Peloton's original instructor. The Peloton community is equally drawn to her warm, approachable nature, and her willingness to show that she isn't perfect. The resulting fame has its challenges, but it's far outweighed by her blessings. Jenn never expected to have a second career. She simply fell in love with “spinning.” It combined her two competing obsessions: exercise and music. The rest was putting one foot in front of the other. She encourages anyone who feels stuck in life to JFDI (Just F***ing Do It). Living the life of your dreams is closer than you'd ever imagine, you just have to take a chance on yourself. Join Jenn and Lindsay in conversation to hear the difference between a big connection and a big following, living a life unexpectedly in the public eye, and Jenn's eternal love for Rob Lowe. Quotes • “I didn't have to create a brand, this was the brand: very into pop culture, music, all things happening in the world, very much like a talk show kind of vibe. That's kind of the personality that I am.” (31:03-31:24 | Jenn) • “The one piece of Peloton that I've gotten used to but I am still not comfortable with is this public piece, honestly. I've taken some missteps at Peloton. I've said the wrong thing or done the wrong thing– I'm human– and I was not prepared for the onslaught of what happens.” (34:40-35:11 | Jenn) • “I've just tried to keep some things for my family and not have everything be out there, but for the most part, this Peloton journey has brought me so many blessings that I don't even feel comfortable complaining.” (38:07-38:33 | Jenn) • “It's so meaningful to me to be able to show my kids that I could do this. At 40 years old, playing tennis and meeting my girlfriends for lunch just isn't cutting it anymore. I want to do something. What am I good at? What do I love? Let me do this. Let me give it a shot.” (40:13-40:31 | Jenn) Connect with Jenn Sherman: Jenn Instagram | https://www.instagram.com/pelotonjenn/ Peloton Instagram | http://www.intagram.com/onepeloton Peloton Website | https://www.onepeloton.com/ Please don't forget to rate, comment, and subscribe to Dear FoundHer on Apple, Spotify, or wherever you listen to podcasts! You can now work with Lindsay 1:1 to build the community for your personal brand or company through the same method she used to grow and scale her business. Fill out the form here and set up a FREE 30-minute consult. You can also: • Take Lindsay's FREE 7-Day Social Media Challenge • 5 Tips and Tools to Set Up Your Business • Follow Lindsay on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/lindsaypinchuk Use code FoundHer for 50% off your first month with both HiveCast and Fireside Podcast production and show notes provided by HiveCast.fm
The hilarity is popping in Pawnee, when Rob Lowe and Alan Yang discuss S3E15 of Parks and Recreation! In "The Bubble" Leslie's mom makes a pass at Ben, not knowing that he and Leslie are dating. On today's episode the team share how fun it is to have Chris interacting with all of the parks department, Greg gives insights on his first writing credit, and why it took so long to get Marlene back in an episode! All of this and some surprising data about opening credits. Got a question for the Pawnee Town Hall? Send us an email: ParksandRecollectionTownHall@gmail.com Or leave a 30-Second voicemail at: (310) 893-6992 The Parks Department welcomes Ann Perkins to her new office at Pawnee City Hall and fills it with balloons, much to the chagrin of her cranky officemate Stuart. Leslie and Ben are dating, but they are keeping their relationship a secret due to a no-dating policy at work. They are enjoying what Leslie calls "the bubble", or the beginning of a relationship when everything is simple and fun. The Bubble is threatened when Ben has a meeting with Leslie's mother Marlene Griggs-Knope, a notoriously tough politician in the Pawnee school system, who wants Ben to approve the purchase of four new school buses despite a difficult budget season. Afraid of ruining the bubble, Leslie initially tells Ben she is not related to Marlene. Right before Ben's meeting, however, Leslie admits Marlene is her mother, making him nervous and causing him to capitulate to all of her demands during the meeting. Marlene considers Ben weak, so Leslie becomes determined to prove that he is a tough boss to impress Marlene. Chris has enacted numerous changes to the Parks Department: he promotes Jerry to Public Relations Director, appoints April as everyone's assistant, places Tom Haverford on the nightmarish fourth floor with Andy as his temporary assistant, and makes Ron sit in the middle of a circular desk after the removal of his office, to force him to interact with people. Ron believes everything will eventually go back to normal as it has with past city managers that implemented changes. However, Donna is concerned that the overly-determined Chris will not do so and demands that Ron talk to him. On the fourth floor, Tom's attempts to charm some of the elderly women, including Ethel Beavers and Muriel into doing his work but fails miserably, as they ignore him and all adore Andy and April. Leslie trains Ben for his next meeting with her mother. He impresses Marlene so much with his tough negotiation skills that she becomes flirtatious with him. An uncomfortable Ben tells Leslie they should tell her about their relationship, but Leslie does not want to lose the bubble. Fed up, Ben storms into Marlene's office and tells her that he is dating her daughter and asks her to keep it secret. Marlene laughs off the situation and tells Leslie that she approves of Ben. Ron tells Chris the changes do not play to his staff's strengths and decides to compromise: if Chris returns everything to the way it was, he will remain at/in the desk for another week. Chris complies. Nevertheless, Tom is frustrated with the experience and begins to contemplate leaving his City Hall job to pursue his own entrepreneurial interests.
There might not be a more 80's sports movie than Rob Lowe, Patrick Swayze, and Keanu Reeves playing Canadian Junior Hockey in "Youngblood." Andrew Bucholtz joins Kyle Bandujo to talk weird hazing, big fights, and bad refs in the 1986 hockey cult classic. Follow Andrew on Twitter @AndrewBucholtz and Kyle @kylebandujo You can support Big Screen Sports, get schedule updates, and pick movies to be covered in upcoming episodes by joining our Patreon at https://www.patreon.com/bigscreensports. Shoutout to our episode sponsor, Classic Stadium Fire! Head to their Etsy shop and use promo code BIGSCREEN for 10% off: etsy.com/shop/ClassicStadiumFire Big Screen Sports is hosted/edited by Kyle Bandujo, and produced by Aaron Figueroa, Mike Schubert, Steve Rogers, Kevin Frost, Mike Dries, Ryan "Nigel" Yager, Mike D, James Kowalewski, Chris Mycoskie, Andrew Tuegel, John Craig, Sam Smith, Zach Rich, Jason Alba and Classic Stadium Fire. Art for Big Screen Sports was created by Riki Prosper. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
June 2020: Lowe and Bill discuss joining the podcast world with ‘Literally! With Rob Lowe,' Hollywood in the '80s, the Brat Pack, some of his films including 'The Outsiders,' 'St. Elmo's Fire,' 'About Last Night,' 'Tommy Boy,' and more. Host: Bill Simmons Guest: Rob Lowe Production Support: Steve Ceruti, Ben Cruz, Tim Angan and Garrett Gonzales Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Today we're getting down to business! Busy Philipps joins Rob Lowe to talk all things tv, talk shows, and more. Find out the inside scoop of her experience at the infamous Academy Awards, why she feels out of place in NYC, which SNL star is her fairy godmother, as well as why she lost so many roles to Tara Reid! Got a question for Rob? Call our voicemail at (323) 570-4551. Yours could get featured on the show!
Fitness guru and friend of the show, Vinnie Tortorich, comes in the studio to give his thoughts on avocado oil mayonnaise, trans fats, and the downfall of McDonald's French fries. He gives an update on the kayak he's building and talks about the Porsche 911 Rob Lowe drives in the movie ‘Class'. Adam gets into how LA homeless housing is costing one million per unit, macadamia nuts, Netflix's ‘swoonworthy' category, and how we should start putting crows to work. THANKS FOR SUPPORTING TODAY'S SPONSORS: Offers.AmericanHartfordGold.com/ADAM Geico.com The Jordan Harbinger Show Stamps.com enter ADAM Con-Cret.com/PODCAST
Grab your banjo and put on your seatbelts because today Rob Lowe and Alan Yang are watching S3E14 of Parks and Recreation! In "Road Trip" Chris sends Leslie and Ben on a trip to the capital while Tom's new game creates tension between April and Andy. In this episode you'll hear why the rare bonding moment between Ann and April was important, Mike Schur's love of Neutral Milk Hotel and hate for hot fruit, how RoLo's Banjo improv came to be, and why creating a mix CD is a true artform. All of this and a subtle lesson in mainland Mandarin! Got a question for the Pawnee Town Hall or do you eat Cheez-its with raisins? Send us an email: ParksandRecollectionTownHall@gmail.com Or leave a 30-Second voicemail at: (310) 893-6992 Leslie still harbors strong romantic feelings for Ben, but cannot date him due to Chris Traeger's strict policy against workplace dating. Just as Ann suggests to Leslie that she should avoid being alone with Ben, Chris asks Leslie and Ben to drive to Indianapolis to pitch Pawnee as the next host of the Indiana Little League Baseball tournament. Leslie and Ann devise numerous boring conversation topics for the trip to prevent it from becoming romantic. After an awkward drive to Indianapolis, Leslie and Ben speak before the Little League Commission, which seems reluctant to choose Pawnee for the tournament. Ben delivers a heartfelt speech about the town, but also appears to be secretly speaking about his feelings for Leslie. Meanwhile, Tom asks Andy, April, Jerry and Donna to participate in a new game show called Know Ya Boo, that he is hoping to pitch to networks; he admits that it is a rip-off of The Newlywed Game. It quickly becomes clear that Jerry and Donna know much more about each other than the recently married Andy and April. When April reveals her favorite band is Neutral Milk Hotel and not Andy's band Mouse Rat, Andy angrily leaves the game. April and Andy have a big fight which causes him to quit his music. April seeks advice from Ann because, although she dislikes her, Ann previously dated Andy for several years. Ann tells April she has to be supportive of Andy no matter how she feels. The next day, April brings the other members of Mouse Rat to city hall and surprises Andy by singing one of his songs. A thrilled Andy reconciles with April. In a separate C Story, a young girl named Lauren (Alyssa Shafer) asks to interview Ron for her school's field trip assignment to city hall. Ron initially resists, but soon espouses his libertarian beliefs to her. He illustrates the concept of taxes by eating 40 percent of Lauren's lunch, to compare his actions to those of the government. She eagerly accepts his anti-government views. The next day, Lauren's furious mother reveals her daughter's assignment was "Why Government Matters", and that Lauren simply wrote "It doesn't". Ron apologizes, and later tells Lauren she should keep her views on government to herself until she gets older. Ben's speech clearly impresses both the judges and Leslie, and Pawnee is ultimately selected for the tournament. Leslie reluctantly accepts Ben's invitation to a celebratory dinner that night, where Ben brings up his feelings for her. She slips away to call Ann for advice, and Ann urges Leslie to act on her feelings. Just as Leslie decides to do so, she is surprised to find Chris has arrived at the dinner to congratulate the two personally. He insists they sleep at his home in Indianapolis, ruining their night. The next day, Leslie and Ben run into each other alone and Ben reveals Chris is out for the day. Ben then immediately kisses her, to which Leslie reciprocates, leaving her simultaneously delighted and nervous about their future.
There's lots of laughs when Nathan Lane joins Rob Lowe. On today's episode find out what shifted in The Birdcage when Nathan joined the cast, how the new Ari Aster comedy is going, if pushups are helpful for character building, and a unique tale about F. Murray Abraham's Academy Award! Got a question for Rob? Call our voicemail at (323) 570-4551. Yours could get featured on the show!
They're back! Join us this week Mark and Allen break down the penultimate episode of Season 4! Leslie is only 2-points behind Bobby Newport going into the last day of the Campaign. Listen as Leslie, Ben, April, Andy and Jerry board the S.S. Knope (a giant RV with Leslie's face all over it and future home of Benslie) and hit as many last minute stops as possible while avoiding Political boobytraps set by Bobby and his Campaign manager Jennifer Barkley! Also aboard the S.S. Knope, Andy (in his Bert Macklin persona) works to solve the mystery of a pie-attack earlier in the Campaign using Jerry and several dozen pies to recreate scene of the attack. Meanwhile Ron, Tom and Donna, visit BBB Auto and it's lovely owner (jerk) Bill Butler who, despite having taken their money previously is now refusing to rent vans to the Knope Campaign who needs them to help Seniors get out to the polls on Election day. Did we mention Bill is a top-class jerk-nozzle? And, finally, Chris occasionally joins the gang on the S.S. Knope but is more often biking, cleaning, running errands and anything else that will keep him "out of his dark place"! We feel you Chris! As you would expect, we tackle ALL of the tough questions this week, like ... Can the Bus Tour team avoid political pitfalls and close the 2-point gap in Bobby's lead? Can Ron, Tom and Donna convince Bill Jerk-weed Butler come around and be a man of his word? Will Andy identify the Lone Pie-man before Jerry drowns in whipped cream? And, last but not least, will Chris find something to finally help keep his mind off of his failed relationships? Tune in to....yeah, you know the drill! Many thanks to BOTH of our sponsors this week: "The Committee to Elect Bobby Newport" and "The Friends of Leslie Knope 2012".
On this week’s show Chris and Aaron talk about: Facebook scams, 4th of July and pets, summer TV, Rob Lowe, comedy movies, Elvis, The Boys, Westworld season 4, cannabis users and hospital visits, and cannabis use for athletes. Please follow us on Twitter @TheWeedsmen420, Instagram @TheWeedsmenPotcast, and on Facebook at Facebook.com/TheWeedsmenPotcast/ Download the rest of... The post Elvis Is A Punk first appeared on Christopher Media.
Pawnee is full of clearances and apologies when Rob Lowe and Alan Yang tackle S3E13. In The Fight Tom invites everyone to the Snakehole as he debuts a new drink, and Leslie encourages Ann to apply for a job with the city. On today's episode find out how front loading the B-story helped the slow burn of the A-story, why Janet Snakehole has a Mid-Atlantic accent, and which actors improvised their drunk talking heads. All of this and some interesting talk about agents! Got a question for the Pawnee Town Hall? Send us an email: ParksandRecollectionTownHall@gmail.com Or leave a 30-Second voicemail at: (310) 893-6992 Chris Traeger has fired Dennis Cooper, the former health department public relations director, who hung posters around city hall to publicly condemn his adulterous wife. Leslie suggests Ann replace him, but her ulterior motive is to spend more time with her friend. Although reluctant, Ann agrees to attend the job interview—and Leslie provides her with an overwhelming amount of reading material to prepare for it. Tom encourages the parks department to attend the Snakehole Lounge, for the unveiling of his new alcoholic beverage, Snake Juice—He also requests that they use guerrilla marketing techniques via word of mouth promotion. April shows little interest in attending, until Andy suggests they make a game of it by role-playing as different people at the bar. April pretends to be Janet Snakehole, an aristocratic widow with a dark secret, while Andy poses as his frequent alter-ego, FBI agent Burt Macklin. That night, at the Snakehole Lounge, Leslie is surprised and annoyed to find Ann partying on the dance floor instead of preparing for the job interview. Ann introduces Leslie to her latest boyfriend, local radio host "The Douche" (Nick Kroll). As Leslie and Ann become increasingly drunk from Snake Juice, Leslie insults Ann's current dating lifestyle. This prompts Ann to insult Leslie for moving too slow with Ben. The fight escalates throughout the night, and Leslie ultimately claims she always has to keep Ann motivated or Ann would not go anywhere. Both declare it best that Ann not work with Leslie after all and they storm off. The Snake Juice proves delicious and popular with the rest of the parks department employees, all of whom become extremely drunk, with the exception of Donna who is on a juice cleanse. Chris arrives to warn Tom that using government employees to promote his own personal ventures is a breach of ethics. He tells a disappointed Tom that he must sell his shares of the Snakehole Lounge if he wants to keep his job. The next morning, everyone who drank Snake Juice is extremely hungover except for Ron—and Tom sells his shares the next morning to Jean-Ralphio, but not before Ron tries to convince Chris to let Tom off the government “teat.” Leslie deeply regrets how she treated Ann. Ben visits Ann at her home and asks her to forgive Leslie. Ann, who also regrets the fight, is touched by Ben's gesture and reveals that Leslie likes him. Ann decides to attend the job interview, during which she and Leslie apologize to each other. After a second interview with Chris, Ann is given the job on a part-time basis so she can continue her work as a nurse. April tries to reprise her role of Janet Snakehole and have Andy reprise Burt Macklin, but a hungover Andy claims Burt is dead, but creates Kip Hackman, Burt Macklin's brother. He then vomits onto Kyle's shoes.
Listen to and Subscribe to the podcast on all platforms for more amazing interviews at https://www.kddpodcast.com © 2021 by KDD Media Company. All rights reserved. The Charlie Sheen Mega Episode! Various segments and highlights from when Jason, Mikey, and Carlos Vieira spoke with Charlie Sheen about addiction, sobriety, the Tiger Blood times, finding out he is HIV positive as well as his famous roles in Two and A Half Men, Major Leauge, and more. Charlie Sheen opens up about the breakdown that was front and center in the public eye. "Winning" "Tigers Blood" and what was really going on in his life at that point. With long-term sobriety and a new way of life, Charlie opens up about the first time he tried a substance at the age of 10. Charlie shares what it was like growing up the son of a famous actor, Martin Sheen as well as the sibling of Emilio Estévez. When did his loved ones first intervene to help Charlie understand that he had a problem? Stories of partying or working with Rob Lowe, George Clooney, John Cryer, Nicolas Cage, Micheal Dougless, Laura Dern, and others. We talk about the steps towards sobriety, his relationship with his father now, and stories from the set of some of his films and Two and A Half Men. How did he feel about being replaced by Ashton Kutcher and what are his career aspirations now? We also talked with Charlie Sheen about the advancements in technology for HIV treatment and research. Charlie details how the new treatment is equivalent to treating diabetes, and he's slowly winning the fight. He had to experiment with a couple of combinations of medicine to eventually find out what was right for his body and symptoms. He describes the painful process of going through a spinal tap treatment, to get a clear diagnosis of what he was battling. There was a moment when Charlie felt like “Why Me?” “Can I Go on?”, but then he took a step back and realized it's not something like an inoperable brain tumor, it could be treated. Post-sobriety and post-diagnosis, Charlie talks about interacting with his family with a fresh mindset and new attitude. It was refreshing for him to not have any hindrances or things that were distracting him from being the best father he could be. Some of the memories of the lowest moments in Charlie's drug-using days are the things that keep him sober these days. He keeps the memories close, as a constant reminder to himself to stay sane, contribute, and be available to the people he cares about the most. Also, hear what album & movie Charlie chooses to be stuck on an island with. This is Charlie Sheen in his own words, on Knockin' Doorz Down. For Carlos Vieira's autobiography Knockin' Doorz Down, the podcast and to follow us on social media https://www.kddmediacompany.com/ For 51FIFTY use the discount code KDD20 for 20% off! https://51fiftyltm.com/ For more information on the Carlos Vieira Foundation and the Race 2B Drug-Free, Race to End the Stigma and Race For Autism programs visit: https://www.carlosvieirafoundation.org/
Host Dr. Nick van Terheyden, aka Dr. Nick, discusses the Re-Appreciation of Science with Rob Lowe, CEO of Wellspring. Their discussion includes identifying technology and intellectual property and successfully rolling it out, the history of innovation and the network effect, & the collection of tech to produce the CD-ROM. To stream our Station live 24/7 visit www.HealthcareNOWRadio.com or ask your Smart Device to “….Play Healthcare NOW Radio”. Find all of our network podcasts on your favorite podcast platforms and be sure to subscribe and like us. Learn more at www.healthcarenowradio.com/listen
OR WHATEVER MOVIES is an entertainment podcast hosted by real-life brother and sister duo, Wesley and Iris Ichishita. Each episode is a quick, no-holds-barred discussion of a movie, television show or video. On today's episode, the siblings talk a movie from Wes' childhood, THE OUTSIDERS, including Tom Cruise, Emilio Estevez, Rob Lowe, Matt Dillion, Ralph Macchio, Patrick Swayze, and a buck-toothed, pig-tailed Oscar-winner. Contains spoilers. Thank you for listening and your support of OR WHATEVER MOVIES!
American independent film is launched into the mainstream by Steven Soderbergh's sex, lies and videotape, starring James Spader as an impotent man who gets off on filming women talking about sex. Videotape also plays a role in a Spader film released almost simultaneously, Bad Influence, in which he plays a meek yuppie at the mercy of alpha male Rob Lowe – who was trying to rehabilitate his career after a tape leaked shot by the actor and documenting his real-life threesomes — one with a 16 year-old girl. We close the first half of this season talking about Lowe, Spader and how camcorder mediation of sex changed pop culture forever. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
You never know when inspiration will strike while visiting Pawnee—and today Rob Lowe and Alan Yang are inspired by S3E11 of Parks and Recreation! In "Jerry's Painting" Chris deals with community uproar over Jerry's new painting, and Ben tries to help teach Andy and April responsibility after he moves in with them. On today's episode you'll hear why Ben couldn't just live alone, how it was important for Chris to deliver non-jokes in a humorous way, and how a misbehaving Leslie strengthened the character. All of this and a grammar lesson from Mario! Got a question for the Pawnee Town Hall? Send us an email: ParksandRecollectionTownHall@gmail.com Or leave a 30-Second voicemail at: (310) 893-6992 Leslie Knope feels powerless at work because a policy set by Chris Traeger, which forbids workplace romances, is preventing her from dating Ben Wyatt. Meanwhile, now that he is staying in Pawnee permanently, Ben decides to move out of the motel where he has been living. Andy Dwyer and April Ludgate offer him a spare room in their house, since their previous roommate moved out and left the house to them. Although the two have been living by themselves for only a week, the house is a complete mess with no everyday items like plates or utensils available. Ben decides to teach a reluctant Andy and April how to properly live like adults. Meanwhile, the parks employees attend an art show exhibiting paintings that will later be hung in government buildings. Jerry displays his painting of the fictional topless centaur Greek goddess Diaphena, which looks exactly like Leslie. Jerry explains he subconsciously painted Leslie while thinking about powerful women. Instead of being embarrassed, Leslie feels empowered by the painting. Tom, however, is humiliated because a pot-bellied cherub in the painting shares his likeness. The next day, local conservative activist Marcia Langman (Darlene Hunt) compares the painting to bestiality, deems it unsuitable for a government setting and demands it be destroyed. Leslie goes on the news program Ya Heard? With Perd! to rouse public support for the painting by portraying it as a depiction of a powerful woman. However, she is undermined when reporter Perd Hapley also has on adult film actress Brandi Maxxxx, who defends the painting by comparing it to pornography. Chris convenes a meeting of the Pawnee Public Arts Commission to rule on whether the painting is acceptable. Despite Leslie's eloquent defense, the commission fears the nudity is offensive and decides to destroy it instead of risking public backlash. Leslie retaliates by stealing the painting. After cleaning up around the house, Ben gives Andy and April money to buy common household items. Although they almost waste their money on frivolous items, Andy insists they need to take Ben's advice. April admits she is afraid of growing up because she does not want them to lose their unique personalities, but Andy assures her they will not change. Chris angrily demands Leslie bring the painting to city hall the next day to be destroyed. When Leslie reluctantly agrees to do so, Jerry expresses disappointment that she would give up so easily. Feeling empowered again, Leslie asks Jerry to quickly paint another, similar painting, only this time with Tom as the centaur. Leslie tells Marcia the new painting is the original one but painted over. With no more nudity in the painting, a frustrated Marcia gives up her quest to have the painting destroyed. Ben later confides to Andy he likes Leslie but is unable to ask her out because of Chris, but Andy tells him if they truly care about each other, then it will eventually happen.
We've got another twofer for you! Paul Scheer (How Did This Get Made, Unspooled) read Rob Lowe's memoir Stories I Only Tell My Friends, and Chelsea read Melissa Gilbert's Prairie Tale (AND Rob Lowe's book) and guess what - this couple of 6 years has two very different recollections of their past! Chelsea and Paul sift through the Brat Pack years, Hollywood cameos, and the art of not talking about a sex tape. For more book recaps & gentle tea, follow Chelsea on Instagram @chelseadevantez To join the community and get access to bonus episodes, click here to become a member of the Celebrity Book Club Patreon
Check out Parks and Recollection hosted by Rob Lowe and Alan Yang https://teamcoco.com/podcasts/parks-and-recollection Grab your waffles and chicken soup—today Rob Lowe and Alan Yang are watching an iconic episode of Parks and Recreation. In "Flu Season" Leslie gets sick right before an important fundraising pitch for the Harvest Festival while Chris tries frantically to avoid catching the bug. In today's episode you'll hear why Rob saying "Stop Pooping" was so important, the impact of "Spa-nee" on treating one's self, and how the Harvest Festival storyline helped keep Chris and Ben as main characters. Got a question for the Pawnee Town Hall? Send us an email: ParksandRecollectionTownHall@gmail.com Or leave a 30-Second voicemail at: (310) 893-6992
Grab your food rakes because today Rob Lowe and Alan Yang are swiping right on S3E10! In "Soulmates" Leslie is matched up with Tom on an Internet dating website, while Chris and Ron compete in a hamburger cook-off. On today's episode find out why clarity in comedy helps the audience laugh, how copyright trouble helped make better comedy, and why RoLo loves this episode! All of this and why Danny Glover's love for prop food is rivaled only by Chris Pratt's. Got a question for the Pawnee Town Hall? Send us an email: ParksandRecollectionTownHall@gmail.com Or leave a 30-Second voicemail at: (310) 893-6992 Chris enacts a government-wide health initiative in Pawnee, starting by banning red meat from the city hall commissary, much to the displeasure of Ron. He challenges Chris to a burger cook-off to prove red meat is superior to Chris' preferred lean meat, with red meat staying on the menu if Ron wins. Meanwhile, Leslie invites Ben out to dinner, but he turns her down, leaving Leslie confused because she was sure Ben was attracted to her. Ann, who is now dating multiple men after taking Donna's advice to be more adventurous, tells Leslie to join an online dating website called HoosierMate.com and helps set up her profile. Leslie finds a match that is 98 percent compatible with her – a "soulmate" rating – but is horrified to discover that it is Tom. Additionally, the crude sewage department employee Joe makes a romantic advance toward Leslie, prompting her to launch a "douche-vestigation" to find out why she attracts the wrong type of man. Meanwhile, Chris takes Andy, April, and Ron to a health food market called Grain 'n Simple, where he gathers numerous ingredients for the perfect turkey burger, but Ron is unfazed, simply buying a pound of red meat from his favorite food market, Food and Stuff. In her investigation, Leslie quickly learns Joe merely hits on any woman as long as she is not elderly. She takes Tom out to lunch to learn more about him. He responds to all of Leslie's questions with his usual chauvinistic answers, annoying her to the point that she admits she took him out because they matched on HoosierMate. A delighted Tom teases Leslie the rest of the day by pretending they are a couple, but she finally silences him by kissing him. Chris notices the kiss and warns Leslie that he has a strict policy against workplace dating. At the cook-off, Chris prepares his meticulous turkey burgers for the judges: Tom, Donna, Jerry, and Kyle. They all love it, but give much higher praise to Ron's simple hamburger on a bun. Initially surprised, even Chris comes to admit the burger is superior after trying it, so he agrees to reinstate red meat on the commissary menu. Chris later tells Leslie his dating policy has affected others, explaining that he earlier warned Ben not to ask out a co-worker. Leslie realizes that is why Ben rejected her and is glad when Ben asks her to eat in front of her favorite city hall mural. Leslie deletes her profile on HoosierMate, and is relieved to learn that Tom has 26 different profiles on the site to match himself with any type of woman, although the one Leslie matched with was his "nerd" profile.
It's Retro recaps and American standards when Rob Lowe and Seth MacFarlane get behind the mic. On today's episode find out how not writing for Family Guy in over 10 years has affected his performance on the show, what's new with The Orville, Seth's new vinyl album of great songs, and just how many drinks he had before hosting the Academy Awards! Got a question for Rob? Call our voicemail at (323) 570-4551. Yours could get featured on the show!
Pack your bags because Rob Lowe and Alan Yang are heading to the Disney Ranch to recap S3E8 of Parks and Recreation! In "Camping" Leslie takes the whole department camping in order to brainstorm new ideas. On today's episode find out how this episode mirrored the writer's room retreats, why team building exercises didn't always help build the team, and some insider knowledge on a filming technique called the Texas Switch. Come for the Parks and Rec recap, stay for the NCIS lore! Got a question for the Pawnee Town Hall? Send us an email: ParksandRecollectionTownHall@gmail.com Or leave a 30-Second voicemail at: (310) 893-6992 The episode opens with Pawnee's city manager, Paul, touting the success of the Pawnee harvest festival, then immediately collapsing from a massive heart attack. While Paul recovers from Octuple bypass surgery, Chris is brought back to Pawnee from Indianapolis to fill in as City Manager and tasks Leslie with coming up with some new large-scale revenue producing ideas for Pawnee. Always up for a challenge, Leslie organizes a mandatory camping trip for the less than enthusiastic Parks Dept to help brainstorm ideas to generate new revenue. Ann tags along in an attempt to avoid an awkward run in with Chris—and Andy decides to join the trip in order to have a romantic getaway with April out in the woods. Once at the campsite, Tom reveals his audacious camping set-up complete with a large screen TV, fro-yo machine, and of course DJ Roomba. As the group settles in and everyone starts pitching their ideas, Leslie starts to panic and it becomes clear she cannot think of anything that would top the harvest festival. Meanwhile, Andy has set up his love nest in the wrong campsite miles away, forcing him to trek through the wilderness and leaving April miserable and stuck with the rest of the group without Andy. As night falls, the group sits around the campfire listening to Ron tell ghost stories about government bureaucracy. Chris emerges from the woods during his evening jog and Ann decides to go for a walk with him to clear the air of their recent and confusing breakup. With morale low, everyone decides to scrap the trip and go home, but much to their dismay, due to Tom's siphoning of electricity from the group's van for his many Skymall luxury camping amenities, the van's battery is now dead and they have no way to get home. Luckily, Jerry remembers seeing a small bed and breakfast down the road. The group hikes to the creepy cat infested Quiet Corn run by a strict old lady named Elsa Clack, where Leslie reveals to Ron that she's totally blocked. Ron reacts by locking Leslie in her room to get a good night's sleep. Meanwhile, Andy finally catches up with the group at the inn and recreates his romantic tent setup for a smitten April. After a restful seven hours of sleep, Leslie emerges recharged with a fresh set of new ideas that Chris ends up loving. The episode ends with Ben revealing straight to camera that the bed and breakfast owner Elsa Clack, died the night before shortly after playing the group a song on the piano.
Tom and Julie prepare for their first Double Threat live shows (Sept 28 in LA, Oct 20 in NY) by watching clips of memorable live events, including Adele Dazeem, Soy Bomb, Snow White and Rob Lowe at the 1989 Oscars, and Macho Man Randy Savage and Miss Elizabeth's reunion at Wrestlemania 7. Plus Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee crashes into Carpool Karaoke, Hamilton spoilers, horror movies where children sing nursery rhymes, vintage crank porn, the Double Threat soundboard, the origin story of replacement theory, Lorne Michaels puns, Rocky's battle with low cholesterol, Eggslut, the band Live, private investigators, Julie's Bob Dylan impression, John Waters' new book, and the leading causes of death in Marionette, GA. BUY TICKETS TO DOUBLE THREAT LIVE: *September 28 2022 - Los Angeles - Lodge Room - https://www.lodgeroomhlp.com/shows/double-threat-podcast *October 20 2022 - Brooklyn - The Bell House - https://www.eventbrite.com/e/double-threat-hosted-by-julie-klausner-tom-scharpling-tickets-330639992117 WATCH CLIPS FROM THIS EPISODE: *Soy Bomb https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2OeNKBq63iM *Adele Dazeem https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DK7gzArTI0w *Macho Man & Elizabeth Reunion https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Lu5Zi2HuBww *1989 Oscars Intro https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9mronRVvdmw JOIN FOREVER DOG PLUS FOR VIDEO EPISODES, AD-FREE EPISODES, & BONUS CONTENT: http://foreverdog.plus JOIN THE DOUBLE THREAT FAN GROUPS: *Discord https://discord.com/invite/PrcwsbuaJx *Reddit https://www.reddit.com/r/doublethreatfriends *Facebook https://www.facebook.com/groups/doublethreatfriends DOUBLE THREAT MERCH: https://www.teepublic.com/stores/double-threat SEND SUBMISSIONS TO: DoubleThreatPod@gmail.com FOLLOW DOUBLE THREAT: https://twitter.com/doublethreatpod https://www.instagram.com/doublethreatpod DOUBLE THREAT IS A FOREVER DOG PODCAST: https://foreverdogpodcasts.com/podcasts/double-threat Theme song by Mike Krol Artwork by Michael Kupperman Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The rapport is great when Julie Bowen joins Rob Lowe. On today's episode find out how Julie has crafted her art of not caring, why she's done with dating, and info on her pivot from acting to directing. All of this and a special guest appearance from John Owen Lowe! Got a question for Rob? Call our voicemail at (323) 570-4551. Yours could get featured on the show!