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Steve Rinella talks with Trae Crowder, Janis Putelis, Phil Taylor, and Corinne Schneider. Topics include: Chattanooga Charlie on "Veronica Mars"; wearing a MAGA hat so that no one talks to you; a conservative barista; pre-order Catch a Crayfish, Count the Stars today; having a rude awakening to the fact that boneless wings aren't wings; South Carolina's coyote harvest incentive program; let's raise some money to Save Teddy's Church in D.C.; in defense of golf courses; cleaning MOOP at Burning Man; growing up in OshKosh B'gosh; the southern accent; the world record smallmouth bass; when your dad owns a video store; starting on the redneck comedy schtick; where fancy people and trashy people intersect; The Liberal Redneck's commentary; how right wingers need to figure out how to do funny comedy; Trae's new comedy special on Amazon; why Southerners are just born good story tellers; the longest goodbyes; and more. Connect with Steve and MeatEater Steve on Instagram and Twitter MeatEater on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, and Youtube Shop MeatEater Merch See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Oscar Murra, Lucia Olivares, Adrian Murra y Fernando Veloz hablan de todo que ver con los reinicios: Reboots, Remakes y Revivals.Hablaremos de:Star Wars, Gossip Girl, Gilmore Girls, La Casa de Papel, 90210, Beverly Hills 90210, Full House, Karate Kid, Cobra Kai, Veronica Mars, Arrested Development, Perfectos Desconocidos, The Office ....Todo Que Ver TEMPORADA 4 Apple Podcasts Spotify Google Podcasts Amazon Music
Patrick Fabian is an award-winning actor who you may recognise from his iconic role as Howard Hamlin in Better Call Saul. He's guest starred on almost everything: Friends, NCIS, Will and Grace, Hot in Cleveland, Star Trek:Voyager, Lucifer, Code Black, Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., Grimm, Scorpion, The Newsroom, Longmire, Castle, Scandal", CSI/CSI:Miami/CSI:NY, The Mentalist, Desperate Housewives, Xena the Warrior Princess, Criminal Minds, Bones, Ugly Betty, Reba, Pushing Daises, According to Jim, Drop Dead Diva, Private Practice, Burn Notice, Princess. Recurring roles include "Big Love, Veronica Mars, Joan of Arcadia, Providence, 24, Time of your Life, General Hospital, Working Class, Dharma and Greg, Valentine and The Education of Max Bickford. Patrick is fondly remembered as 'Professor Lasky' from Saved By The Bell:The College Years. Patrick was also the male lead in "The Last Exorcism" which was a small, 1.3 million dollar horror film that went on to gross over $70 Million worldwide. Fans loved his portrayal of the flawed Rev Cotton Marcus and he was awarded Best Actor at the prestigious Stiges Catalonian International Film Festival in 2010. Other films include Jimmy, Must Love Dogs, Tales of Everyday Magic, Bad Ass, Atlas Shrugged Part 2, Pig, My Greatest Teacher, The Good Mother, Underdogs, Bad Asses and My Eleventh. On the Disney and ABC Family Channels, Patrick has been a go-to Bad Guy, playing the Evil 'Thantos' in Disney Channels' Twitches and Twitches, Too and the only man hunting reindeer in the Christmas movies Snow and Snow 2: Brain Freeze and Cloud 9. On stage, Patrick has worked with some of the best playwrights and directors around: having toured America with John Guare's Six Degrees of Separation directed by Jerry Zaks, Eric Bogosian's Humpty Dumpty directed by Jo Bonney at The McCarter Center in Princeton and Nicky Silver's The Food Chain directed by Robert Falls at the Westside Theatre in NYC. He also voices Harvey Dent in Batman: The Doom That Came to Gotham which is coming out soon. We chat about why he loves Cameo, the highs and lows of a 30+ year career, disappointments, no's and rejections, his gratitude mindset, expectations, Better Call Saul and enjoyment plus more! The video footage of this entire chat is now out as well (one day after release)! So check them out on YouTube under Michael Kahan Check Patrick out on: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/mrpatrickfabian/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/PatrickFabian Cameo: https://www.cameo.com/mrpatrickfabian Website: https://www.patrickfabian.com/ ------------------------------------------- Follow @Funny in Failure on Instagram and Facebook https://www.instagram.com/funnyinfailure/ https://www.facebook.com/funnyinfailure/ and @Michael_Kahan on Insta & Twitter to keep up to date with the latest info. https://www.instagram.com/michael_kahan/ https://twitter.com/Michael_Kahan
Screaming into the Hollywood Abyss
We talk to the amazing Diane Ruggiero-Wright. She talks passionately about early success, a big cancellation and nearly returning to waitressing.She tells us why she regrets not completing her education, the huge fall-out she had at the end of our her first show and why she isn't very good at taking notes.We talk writing ability, over-noting and leadership style as well as hearing about imposter syndrome, the overconfidence of youth and writing characters based on you.An extraordinarily honest and fascinating discussion about the ups and downs of Hollwyood.
This round of The Sleepover Series has come to an end. We are back at TYSO Studios with a guy that Rick has wanted to come on the podcast for years... Actor/Cool Guy/Nice Dude/Family Man/Back Flipper, Ryan Hansen. In this episode they talk about stuff and Ryan pisses his pants. They also discuss his show, "Party Down," with co-stars Adam Scott, Ken Marino, Lizzy Caplan, Martin Star, Jane Lynch, Jennifer Coolidge, Megan Mullally, and Jennifer Garner. The new season is out now, episodes airing Fridays on Starz! Here's a list of credits from his Wikipedia: "Grounded for Life," "That's So Raven," and "Las Vegas." Here are some more: "Veronica Mars," "Friends with Benefits," BuddyTV ranked him #79 on its list of "TV's Sexiest Men of 2011", in 2012 he began as a recording role as Andy on "2 Broke Girls." The same year he had a supporting role in the film "Hit and Run" alongside Dax Shepard, Kristen Bell, and Bradley Cooper. "Ryan Hansen Solves Crimes on Television," "Like a Boss," and "Fantasy Island." Support TYSO by supporting our sponsors: Today's episode is brought to you by CHAMPIONS, a hilarious and heartwarming new comedy from iconic director Bobby Farrelly, starring Woody Harrelson, Kaitlin Olson, and Cheech Marin. CHAMPIONS is only in theaters March 10. CHAMPIONS is only in theaters March 10. Visit https://www.champions.movie to watch the trailer now! This episode is #sponosred by BetterHelp.If you're thinking of starting therapy, give BetterHelp a try. Visit https://www.betterhelp.com/tyso today to get 10% off your first month.
So it's a show?: keeping up with the Gilmore Girls
Hot or not: Emily's latest pop culture ref! As she's prepping for eye surgery, she's ranking handsome TV doctors, specifically the ones from Marcus Welby, M.D. and ER. Why did audiences love these shows? How accurate were the medical procedures they were depicting? And how many Gilmore Girls cast members guest-starred on each one? Put on that stethoscope stat to find out!Other pop culture we ref: Driving Miss Daisy; The Outsiders; Veronica Mars; Gilligan's Island; Top Gun; Murder, She Wrote; Sally Field; Jane Fonda; Grey's AnatomyWe Wholeheartedly Recommend: 80 for Brady (read Taylor's review), Outer BanksCheck us out on Instagram!Subscribe to our email list!So it's a show? TwitterSo it's a show? Tumblr
Max Greenfield (New Girl, The Neighborhood, Veronica Mars, Ugly Betty) stops by for a spontaneous chat with Mayim and Jonathan! He opens up about how feeling alone led to addiction, connecting with others brought him to recovery, and how getting a rescue dog changed his life. Max and Mayim discuss their wildly popular shofar performance on The Late Late Show with James Corden and their love of basketball, and Max reveals why he thinks Mayim doesn't like to be spontaneous. They discuss the challenges that come with progressive parenting as individuals who were raised under an authoritarian parenting style, the importance of consistency in parenting, and how Max's spirituality provided a good parenting foundation. Mayim and Jonathan explain the importance of checking in with yourself and being accountable to yourself and others, especially in recovery.Max Greenfield's new book, This Book is Not a Present: https://www.penguinrandomhouse.com/books/691578/this-book-is-not-a-present-by-max-greenfield-illustrated-by-mike-lowery/BialikBreakdown.comYouTube.com/mayimbialik
Marisa and Sam discuss Hulu's How I Met Your Father Episode 203: The Reset Button, which premiered February 7, 2023. One of the craziest episodes thus far, this episode provided them with a Flubber musical, raw bison meat, a men's rights movement, the Wizard of Oz of the Sky, emojis, and so much more. Plus, Marisa shares an update of how her first watch of Veronica Mars is going.
Jason chats with Kimberly G. Giarratano, author of DEATH OF A DANCING QUEEN: A Billie Levine Mystery (out Feb 14). The highly anticipated first release is new from from Datura Books, a crime fiction imprint of Angry Robot Books.Readers are in for a treat when they meet Billie Levine, a bad-ass Jewish P.I, who finds herself involved in a dangerous gang war while looking for a murder suspect. This page-turning crime novel will appeal to readers of Tana French, fans of Veronica Mars and popular true-crime podcasts.
Josh steals one from Joe's short list as the boys dive into a fan favorite that was brought back from the dead for a season 4 twelve years later. "Veronica Mars" episodes watched for this F&L: *S1E1 - Pilot *S4E8 - Years, Continents, Bloodshed Make show suggestions or tell us what mystery you'd like to solve. WEBSITE: https://anchor.fm/fandlpodcast EMAIL: FandLpodcast@gmail.com TWITTER: https://twitt er.com/FandLpodcast INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/fandlpodcast FACEBOOK: https://facebook.com/fandlpodcast
PUBLIC VERSION. Recorded LIVE during THE MOVIE CRYPT's 7th annual YORKIETHON, actor Kyle Gallner (SMILE, JENNIFER'S BODY, SCREAM 2022, OUTSIDERS, A NIGHTMARE ON ELM STREET 2010) joins Adam, Joe, and Arwen to discuss his career journey. From Kyle's humble beginnings as a child actor in films like WET HOT AMERICAN SUMMER and TV shows like VERONICA MARS to his work in some of the biggest horror hits of all time like THE WALKING DEAD, JENNIFER'S BODY, A NIGHTMARE ON ELM STREET (2010), RED STATE, SCREAM (2022) and SMILE… this extremely candid conversation focuses on Kyle's acting process and the honest truth about navigating such a brutal and unforgiving industry. Kyle shares his secret to brushing off the rejection and putting his mental health first (living a real life far away from Hollywood), the boys discuss the positive aspect of being forced into an unexpected break from working, and Adam reminds Kyle of the time that they almost worked together. This conversation was recorded LIVE on December 5, 2022 - the 2nd night of YORKIETHON 7.
Harry Winer is a director, producer, and writer in the film and television industry. His television work includes Alias, Veronica Mars, Felicity, Hart to Hart, and many others. Harry is president of Smash Media and has written, directed, or produced over 25 films, including Space Camp in 1986. He is a professor at NYU and is a member of the Space Camp Hall of Fame.
To All the YA I've Loved Before
A long time ago, we used to be friends... Season 3 is ending with a darker, more modern teen girl detective story with Veronica Mars. Host Kaycee has on husband of the pod Ryan to discuss all of the complex characters of the VM universe, the connections between power and teen girl detective stories, and one Logan Echolls. Content warning: The Veronica Mars series dives heavily into stories of sexual assault, and this episode does not shy away from discussing it either. Follow us on Instagram @toalltheya. Subscribe now to join us for another amazing season coming to you February 9! Hosts Kaycee and Ashley are going Totally 90s. Sources: Polletta, F., & Tomlinson, C. (2014). Date Rape After the Afterschool Special: Narrative Trends in the Televised Depiction of Social Problems. Sociological Forum, 29(3), 527–548. https://doi-org.ezproxy.hclib.org/10.1111/socf.12102
Movies go hand in hand with entertainment and events. But what is it really like behind the scenes at movie openings and film sets? Our guest this week will give you a once in a lifetime insight into all of it!This Weeks guest: Steve GuttenbergIn 1976, Steve Guttenberg was on a plane to Hollywood. His mother and father gave him $300 for a two week trip to try his hand at film acting. He was 17 years old . He had done childrens theatre, an off broadway play and studied at various schools. He landed and immediately started trying to sneak into studios. He found his way into Paramount Studios, commandeered an office in the Lucille Ball Makeup Building, strung a phone from the water stage , and started making phone calls to casting directors, agents and producers. He landed a Kentucky Fried Chicken commercial and was off to the races. He earned a place in an agency and then Steve was cast in the acclaimed television movie ‘Something for Joey', the cult classic ‘The Chicken Chronicles', and the Universal film ‘Rollercoaster'.After a year in Hollywood, he decided the culture was not for him, went to Albany State University at the request of his father Stanley, and proceeded to have an experience as a college student. Hollywood called three months into his semester with an offer to co-star with Gregory Peck in ‘The Boys from Brazil.' Steve flew to Portugal and didn't look back. He was cast in some of the most popular films the the industry released. Diner, Police Academy, Cocoon, Three Men and a Baby, Short Circuit and The Bedroom Window to name a few. His films have grossed over a billion dollars. Steve went on to act on Broadway in Prelude to a Kiss, in Woody Harrelson's Furthest from the Sun, John Turturro's Relatively Speaking and The Boys Next Door in London's West End. Steve starred in The Day After, Billy Liar, Veronica Mars, Ballers , the sci fi hit Lavalantula, and most recently How to Murder Your Husband with Cybill Shepherd. Steve is known as a generous and thoughtful person, creating The Guttenberg House in Los Angeles for emancipated foster children. He is married , devoted to his family and divides his home between Scottsdsle AZ and Pacific Palisades California. It's a long way from Massapequa, New York, and Steve doesn't forget where he comes from. He appreciates his life and the career in show For a hands-free experience, ask Alexa to play the latest podcast episode of Behind The Veil with Keith Willard. The BEHIND THE VEIL Show is the winner of the 2021 and 2022 Telly Awards for best online unscripted series, and the NACE One Award for Innovator of The Year.Would you be interested in sponsoring future episodes of Behind The Veil? Email the host at firstname.lastname@example.orgSupport the showBehind The Veil Crew:Host: Keith Willard www.keithwillardevents.com www.instagram.com/keithwillard Co- Host: Marci Guttenberg www.anaffairtorememberbymarci.com www.instagram.com/anaffairtorememberbymarci
The Great American Pop Culture Quiz Show
Look, we were going to burn all record of this episode of this episode ever having existed, but then we decided to make like George Costanza and do the opposite. But instead of a job at the Yankees, we ended up with a very fun pop culture trivia challenge for Brennan, Chelsea, and Darren! We'll see how sharp their ears are with another round of Skip Intro'd TV themes, before really getting our antonym on with a quiz on pairs movies and TV show with opposite titles. We hope you hate it! (That means we hope you love it, cuz you know...opposite stuff.) NOTES ⚠️ Inline notes below may be truncated due to podcast feed character limits. Full notes are always on the episode page.
Happy New Year friends!!!! For the first time Augie & Rizz painted the town red on New Years Eve as they celebrated the New Year at Hialeah Race Park. They talk about the food, entertainment and being in a structure where famous people have come to attend the horse race. Get your spy kits ready because the guys are going to discuss the 1st full Season of Veronica Mars and the Who-Done- It movie Glass ONION. Stick around as Rizz freaks out when he hears a particular song in RuPauls Season 15 Premier. we talk about Wendy Malick, X-Files, X-Men. We are all over the place in this Episode. Press play and don'y forget to subscribe to get notified when a new episode is available for you to enjoy! FOLLOW US ON INSTAGRAM @PRESSPLAYAR Support PRESS PLAY w/ Augie & Rizz by contributing to their tip jar: https://tips.pinecast.com/jar/augierizz Find out more at https://augierizz.pinecast.co
Pivot Podcast with Jenny Blake
“Even when you think something is set in stone—literal, actual stone—it changes.” Take it from actor-turned-entrepreneur and rock-climbing aficionado Ryan Devlin: successful pivots involve constant micro-adjustments. Even when you feel most stuck, you can find a new way forward, but you'll need to double down on your unique skills and abilities. I had so much fun chatting with Ryan about starting his give-back company, This Saves Lives, and his journey from a successful actor living the Hollywood life to an experimental entrepreneur piloting a new podcast based on his passion. Ryan shares why chasing celebrity can be a slippery slope, how getting used to rejection helps with business-building, contributing to something bigger than you, finding flow, and why getting bored in your career isn't always bad. More About Ryan: Ryan Devlin is a social entrepreneur, rock climbing enthusiast, and actor known for roles on shows like Brothers & Sisters, Veronica Mars, Cougar Town, Jane the Virgin, and Grey's Anatomy. He hosts The Struggle Climbing podcast, where climbers share their struggles and breakthroughs in nutrition, training, tactics, and the mental game. He is also co-founder of This Saves Lives, a company dedicated to feeding children and helping them thrive.
On this episode of the Richard Crouse Show we get to know, all the way from Cornwall in South West England, Jeremy Brown and Jon Cleave, two of the founding members of the sea shanty singing group Fisherman's Friends. They have incredible story of being discovered by a music producer who visited their small fishing village of Port Isaac, and propelling them to stardom. Their recordings of traditional sea shanties have topped the charts and they've played on the main stage of the Glastonbury Festival in front of 100,000 people and for royalty at the Queen's Diamond Jubilee. Their story has inspired two films, “Fisherman's Friends” and the sequel, which is in theatres now, “Fisherman's Friends: One and All,” starring James Purefoy and now it's a stage show called “Fisherman's Friends: The Musical which has just touched diown at the Royal Alexandra Theatre in Toronto after a successful run in the UK. Then, Enrico Colantoni stops by. You know the talented actor from portraying Elliot DiMauro in the sitcom “Just Shoot Me!,” Keith Mars on the television series “Veronica Mars.” On the big screen he has appeared in the films “Galaxy Quest,” “A.I. Artificial Intelligence,” “Contagion,” and “A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood.” Today we talk about his latest film, a comedy about four stoners, the self-proclaimed "Vandits", have a bright idea to knock over a senior citizens bingo hall on Christmas Eve. In this segment we talk about the unusual way he paid for theatre school in New York City and how the cast and crew of “Vandits” persevered after all their equipment was stolen the night before they were to start shooting. Finally, we'll meet Elegance Bratton, the film director who turned his story of being a young gay man, who found unexpected strength, camaraderie and support when he joined the Marines, after being rejected by his mother, into a critically acclaimed film called “The Inspection.” It is a classic against-all-odds story that paints a vivid picture of life inside the boot camp, the dehumanization, the violence, but also the brotherhood. The movie carefully builds the world of the boot camp, creating a palette of claustrophobia, brutality and tension that adds layers to the telling of his survival story.
This week we welcome actor and author Kirby Howell-Baptiste to the Black Girl Nerds podcast. Most recently, she can be seen in “The Sandman” television, series and the film “Mr. Harrigan's Phone,” both on Netflix. Upcoming, she stars in the heist series “Culprits” for Disney + launching early next year, and she is currently in production on “Sugar” for Apple +, opposite Colin Farrell. Audiences may also know Kirby from “Killing Eve”, “The Good Place”, “Hacks”, “Barry”, “Why Women Kill”, “Veronica Mars,” and Disney's “Cruella.” Beyond her memorable acting across film and television, her latest manifestation is publishing two children's books, launching November 15th. These empowering picture books, Little Black Girl and Little Black Boy, celebrate the joys of being a child and encourage Black boys and girls to follow their wildest dreams. Host: Ryanne Edited by: Jamie Broadnax Music by: Sammus
Enrico Colantoni is a Canadian actor & director, best known for portraying Elliot DiMauro in the sitcom Just Shoot Me!, Keith Mars on the television series Veronica Mars, Louis Lutz on the short-lived sitcom Hope & Gloria, crime lord Carl Elias on Person of Interest, and Sergeant Greg Parker on the television series Flashpoint. More recently, he starred as Allen Conner in Remedy. He played Laura Hollis's father in season three of the online web series Carmilla. He appeared in HBO's Westworld revival and in Station Eleven. Colantoni was born in Toronto, Ontario. He attended the University of Toronto studying psychology and sociology, but transferred to the American Academy of Dramatic Arts in New York City. Colantoni graduated from the Yale School of Drama, winning the Carol Dye Award. Janette caught up with Colantoni at the 10th Annual Vaughan International Film Festival's Gala Awards Red Carpet to talk about how the festival is making it easier for today's talent to pursue their film & TV goals and dreams, how he was able to go from Toronto to Hollywood & Broadway, recently starring with Will & Grace's Debra Messing in Birthday Candles, his upcoming projects, and more! Support us on Patreon www.patreon.com/janettestv Looking for more ways to support Janette's TV? Buy our merchandise here! https://www.janetteburke.com/shop Protect your Privacy with Express VPN. Find out how you can get 3 months free by clicking the link below. www.expressvpn.com/ Janette's TV & Podcast Channels www.youtube.com/watch?v=EDHHvKvXq7o Want my help on your media journey? Check out my 1:1 On-Camera Training Opportunity https://www.janetteburke.com/1-1-on-c...
Kareem Abdul-Jabbar is one of the greatest basketball players of all time: an NBA Hall of Famer, six-time MVP, 19-time All-Star, the master of the skyhook shot and a key part of the Showtime era Lakers. Since retiring from basketball, Abdul-Jabbar has written books, columns and even worked as a writer for Veronica Mars. When we talked with Kareem Abdul-Jabbar last year, he'd just narrated a documentary: Fight the Power: The Movements That Changed America. We'll revisit our conversation with the NBA legend. Kareem discusses playing alongside Magic Johnson, his roller disco days, and so much more. Plus, he shares why he was never able to play a game of Double Dutch as a kid. A version of this interview originally aired in June of 2021
Welcome to The Yellowstone Podcast! Join Stef and Sheila each week as they discuss Paramount Network's hit series, Yellowstone. This week on The Yellowstone Podcast, Stef and Sheila are back to deep dive into Episode 2 of Season 5, "The Sting of Wisdom"! Some of the Topics Discussed This Episode Include: What is going to with Rip and his next-level hostility towards everyone not named Dutton; where does Jamie's loyalty lie this season; can John be effective as Governor; Dead Yellowstone Wolves; 1990s bunkhouse boy shenanigans; and So. Much. More! At the end of the episode, stay tuned for Sheila's interview with Thomas Rainwater himself, Gil Birmingham. Time Code for Start of Gil Birmingham Interview: 1:14:12 GUEST BIO: Gil BirminghamAward-winning actor Gil Birmingham is known for his work in over 60 film and television productions. Birmingham costarred alongside Academy Award® nominee Jeremy Renner in Taylor Sheridan's critically acclaimed film "Wind River," receiving praise for his performance as Martin Hanson, a grieving father whose daughter has been murdered on the Wind River Reservation. Birmingham previously collaborated with Taylor Sheridan in the film "Hell or High Water," costarring opposite Academy Award®-winner Jeff Bridges as a team of Texas sheriffs hunting down bank-robbing brothers (Chris Pine and Ben Foster). The seamless chemistry between the two garnered Bridges a Best Supporting Actor nod, and Birmingham's powerful performance was highlighted by notable film reviewers. The movie was also nominated for Best Picture, Best Original Screenplay and Best Film Editing at the 2017 Academy Awards. Birmingham generated public acclaim for his portrayal of Billy Black in the blockbuster films "The Twilight Saga: New Moon," "Eclipse" and "Breaking Dawn," based on the best-selling books by Stephenie Meyer. He costarred in the film "Love Ranch" (2010) with Helen Mirren and Joe Pesci, directed by Taylor Hackford. Additionally, he voiced Wounded Bird in the Oscar-winning film "Rango" (2011). Other film credits include roles in "Shouting Secrets," "End of the Spear," "DreamKeeper," "Gentle Ben," "The Doe Boy," "Love's Long Journey," "Te Ata," "Crooked Arrows" and "The Lone Ranger" alongside Johnny Depp and Armie Hammer. On TV, Birmingham's powerful portrayal of Dog Star in Steven Spielberg's six-part TV miniseries "Into the West" captured the attention of audiences worldwide. Birmingham has guest-starred in several episodes of "Wilfred" alongside Elijah Wood, and he has been on "The Lying Game," "Castle," "The Mentalist," "Nip/Tuck" and "Veronica Mars." He was a recurring guest star on "Banshee" and "House of Cards" and "Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt," playing Jane Krakowski's father. Additionally, he appeared on the mermaid drama "Siren" and had a recurring role on "Animal Kingdom." In addition to acting, Birmingham is an accomplished guitar player and singer and performs for fans in a variety of venues with his blues/rock style. ### Join in the conversation on Twitter at @podclubhouse and at our Facebook Group! Announcement: Love Yellowstone? Love the music? Check out Yellowstone Tunes - Pod Clubhouse Brings You Songs from Yellowstone, Stef and Sheila's curated Yellowstone Playlist of their favorite songs from the show and ones that are similar. We hope you enjoy! Listen, rate, review, and subscribe to The Yellowstone Podcast on Apple Podcasts, Spotify Podcasts, or wherever you listen! And write in and leave us comments on PodClubhouse.com, we'd love to hear from you! MORE IN THIS SERIES Season 1 Episodes: 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8 | 9 Season 2 Episodes: 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8 | 9 | 10 Season 3 Episodes: 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8 | 9 | 10 Season 4 Episodes: 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8 | 9 | 10 Season 5 Episodes: 1 Sheila's Season 2 written recaps at PopCultureReview! FOLLOW THE HOSTS ONLINE Stef: Twitter | Instagram Sheila: PopCultureReview | Twitter ### Credits: Music:
There's no gentlemen where we are and none where we're going. This week's Nose is worried it's not fair. Taylor Sheridan is an actor and film- and television-maker. You might recognize him from Sons of Anarchy or Veronica Mars. You might have seen some of his movies, like Sicario or Wind River or Hell or High Water. But it's more likely you've seen some of the five TV series he's created. This week's Nose looks at three of them: Yellowstone, the most-watched scripted show on television; the Yellowstone prequel, 1883; and the standalone Mayor of Kingstown, starring Jeremy Renner. Some other stuff that happened this week, give or take: Aaron Carter Has Died At 34 Police were called to his home in Lancaster, California, Saturday. Gallagher, Watermelon-Smashing Comedian, Is Dead at 76 He called himself “The Wizard of Odd” for his outrageous stage act, making him one of the most recognizable comedians of the 1980s. Douglas McGrath, Playwright, Filmmaker and Actor, Is Dead at 64 His one-man Off Broadway show, “Everything's Fine,” directed by John Lithgow, had opened just weeks ago. Mimi Parker, vocalist and drummer of the minimalist rock band Low, has died HBO cancels the sci-fi series ‘Westworld' Stressed Out? Grab a Shovel and Dig a Hole Scientists spend a lot of time unearthing what it all means, but park rangers say fill them in when you're done, please When Was HBO's Best Sunday Night? HBO has owned Sunday for almost 25 years. But when did its Sunday lineup peak? The Ringer investigates. The Polymath Film Composer Known as “the Third Coen Brother” Carter Burwell's spare, haunting scores make audiences uncomfortable. Judd Hirsch, in Medias Res The eighty-seven-year-old actor, who plays Steven Spielberg's great-uncle Boris in “The Fabelmans,” traipses around his old Bronx stomping grounds and recounts stories (Colin Powell! Robert Moses!) without beginnings or endings. A Mets Fan Grows in Italy My young son loves the Mets from afar, but does he understand baseball heartbreak? Rainn Wilson Changes Name to Rainnfall Heat Wave Extreme Winter Wilson to Highlight Melting Arctic Ahead of the COP27 summit, the star of ‘The Office' has changed his name to bring attention to the climate crisis, “which amplifies global risks, including extreme weather events around the globe.” ‘Airplane!' Director Says Hollywood Is ‘Destroying Comedy': My James Bond Parody Got Dinged for ‘Mild' Breast Reduction Joke Netflix Takes Bold Bet on Theatrical With ‘Knives Out' Sequel — But Don't Expect ‘Glass Onion' Box Office Numbers GUESTS: Rebecca Castellani: Co-founder of Quiet Corner Communications and a freelance writer Jim Chapdelaine: An Emmy-winning musician and a patient advocate for people with rare cancers Taneisha Duggan: Associate producer at Octopus Theatricals The Colin McEnroe Show is available as a podcast on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts, Stitcher, or wherever you get your podcasts. Subscribe and never miss an episode! Join the conversation on Facebook and Twitter. Colin McEnroe and Cat Pastor contributed to this show.Support the show: http://www.wnpr.org/donateSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
This Podcast is Making Me Thirsty (The World's #1 Seinfeld Destination)
Seinfeld Podcast Interview With Kari Coleman. We welcome Kari Coleman. Kari played George's Girlfriend Allison in three Seinfeld episodes, "The Outing," "The Smelly Car" and "The Pilot." She is an acclaimed improvisor, she is the co-founder of New Angle Films, and has been in more than 70 TV shows and movies, including, Zach Stone is Gonna Be Famous, The Amazing Spiderman, It's Always Funny in Philadelphia, Veronica Mars. We talk in-depth with Seinfeld guest stars, cast, crew, and writers. Hear the stories about your favorite Seinfeld scenes from those who were there. This Podcast Is Making Me Thirsty is a podcast dedicated to Seinfeld, the last, great sitcom of our time. We are The #1 Destination for Seinfeld Fans. We talk to those responsible for making Seinfeld the greatest sitcom in TV history. Our guests are Seinfeld writers, Seinfeld actors and actresses and Seinfeld crew. We also welcome well-known Seinfeld fans from all walks of life including authors, entertainers, and TV & Radio personalities. We analyze Seinfeld and breakdown the show with an honest insight. We rank every Seinfeld episode and compare Seinfeld seasons. If you are a fan of Seinfeld, television history, sitcoms, acting, comedy or entertainment, this is the place for you. Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/seinfeldpodcast Official Website: http://www.seinfeldpodcast.com iTunes: https://apple.co/2RGC89m Spotify: https://spoti.fi/3tqDVh6 List of Podcast Episodes and Sponsors: https://bit.ly/3rn0PUp Seinfeld Episode Rankings: https://bit.ly/3ic8mEi Social: https://linktr.ee/ThisThirsty Twitter: https://twitter.com/ThisThirsty Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thisthirsty/ "This Podcast Is Making Me Thirsty" is The #1 Destination Seinfeld Fans. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thisthirsty/message
The Art of Kindness with Robert Peterpaul
Happy Halloween! Disney's Hocus Pocus 2 Costume Designer and Costume Designer Guild President Salvador Perez joins The Art of Kindness with Robert Peterpaul to discuss how he put his own magical spin on the franchise while still paying homage to the original cult classic, acts of kindness from stars like Bette Midler during brisk night shoots on Rhode Island, the fantastical alternate ending to Hocus Pocus 2 and much more! Salvador Perez is a one of a KIND costume designer with a diverse resume. He has designed for many TV series including CASTLE, MOONLIGHT, VERONICA MARS and 6 Seasons of THE MINDY PROJECT where he was nominated for an Emmy for costume design. Salvador has also worked on movies such as PITCH PERFECT 1, 2 and 3, THINK LIKE A MAN 1 and 2, MEN OF HONOR and DRUMLINE. Born and raised in Central California, Perez moved to Los Angeles to attend The Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising to pursue a career in fashion design. Once other Costume Designers discovered his costume manufacturing talents, he began running the costume workrooms and assisting on films like TITANIC, THE FLINTSTONES, and BARB WIRE. Outside of film and TV, Salvador designed and developed the “Movie Legends Line” for the J. Peterman Catalog, he designed a line of Jewelry for Bauble Bar, and designed a signature line of colorful coats for GILT.COM. He most recently designed Hocus Pocus 2 with Bette Midler, Kathy Najimy and Sarah Jessica Parker. Salvador is also the elected president of the Costume Designers Guild. Got kindness tips or stories? Please email us: email@example.com Follow Sal @salvadorperezcostumes Follow us @artofkindnesspod / @robpeterpaul Support the show! (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/theaok) Music: "Awake" by Ricky Alvarez, "I Put A Spell on You" Disney & "Sunshine" by Lemon Music Studio We are supported by the Broadway Podcast Network. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Tig is back! She kicks off season 3 with one of her BFFs, actress Kristen Bell, acclaimed for so many roles on TV (The Good Place, Veronica Mars and more) and in movies (Anna in Frozen, Forgetting Sarah Marshall). Kristen talks about road-tripping with her famous actor/podcast host husband, Dax Shepard, and their kids. Tig and Kristen also offer some hilarious advice about neighborhood party invitations, dealing with jealous wives and how to get a colleague to stop playing the song “Let It Go.” This episode is sponsored by BetterHelp (go to Betterhelp.com/TIG for 10% off the first month of online therapy), Shopify (go to Shopify.com/TIG for a free trial), Rocket Money (Go to RocketMoney.com/tig and start canceling unwanted subscriptions today), and WealthFront (go to WealthFront.com/TIG to get your first $5,000 managed for free). Need advice? Submit your question for Tig at dontasktig.org/contact.
Welcome to PTBN Pop's Video Jukebox Song of The Day! Every weekday will be featuring a live watch of a great and memorable music video. This week is all about Songs That Were Used For TV Show Themes. On today's episode, Andy Atherton is watching “We Used To Be Friends” by The Dandy Warhols from 2003, which is the theme for “Veronica Mars.” The YouTube link for the video is below so you can watch along! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Bm1g5Yg0hUw
It's been a long road to episode 200 but we're here! And because we talk about everything on GWK, we thought we'd finally delve into our deepest and darkest niches that we love. Warhammer, Pratchett, Model Building, Primitive Technology, Veronica Mars, and Twin Peaks?!?! Who picked what? And what do they love about it? -- Geeks with Kids is the bi-weekly geeky podcast where we take a look at movies, TV, video games, music, and anything geeky and break it down... all the while trying to make each other laugh. Subscribe to the channel, our podcast, and our Twitch stream. Our liveshow streams every other Monday and every Wednesday at https://www.twitch.tv/geekswithkids. We'll also try and sneak on at various times of the week as well. The Geeks are: Erik - http://twitter.com/erik_c Markus - https://www.instagram.com/markus_fx/ Brent - http://twitch.tv/thatssorabin Steve - http://twitter.com/indoskream Hawk - http://twitter.com/thehawk999 David - https://www.twitch.tv/arcrevenant #Niche #Pratchett #ModelMaking #warhammer #twinpeaks #veronicamars #primitivetechnology #React #comics #Analysis #React #Podcast #GeeksWithKids #Geek #Nerd #Culture #VideoGames #Movies #TV #Music #PodernFamily #PodNation --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/geekswithkids/message
Now that Only Murders in the Building final aired a week ago I dont know what to do with myself. I still watch alot of tv but something is missing. I kinda pitch an idea to HULU (if anyone there is listening) about doing the Cinda Canning podcasts and releasing them for us to listen too. As well as some fub merch ideas for Funko Pop to do ( you can have my idea just send me some in the mail please). Also wht I may recap in the intrum of the show not being on. I am thinking Veronica Mars all episode and the movie I believe are available to stream #notsponsored on HULU. Let me know you thoughts and ideas about that on the gram @something.about.podcast if not I will do what I want anyways but participation is always welcomed Thank you for listening, all episodes are available to stream where ever you listen to podcasts. Please rate/like/review on all those platforms and give the insta a follow!
In the first half of this week's episode - Adam experiences AJ's hell on his way to record this episode. The RS4 is at A&K Eurowerx to get its air conditioning fixed. We start watching Veronica Mars at Bruce's request. Some news, such as student loans getting forgiven, a man gets shot and killed for stopping to help a person on the side of the road, Tesla yokes are peeling, and Australia ponders license changes for fast cars. In the second half, this past week's Cars and Bids in review in review. And then AJ brings us the lowdown on oil. From its history in cars, to refinement, to barrels, to environmental impact. --- 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/brokecarsnobs/message
Mostly Murder (But Sometimes Not)
New episode out now! We enter the quippy, extremely 2000's world of Veronica Mars right at the beginning with the pilot episode. We cover the “Nancy Drew meets Philip Marlowe” of it all, how the show utilizes PI tropes (or PI-ness, if you will) but gives them a fresher look with a cynical teenage protagonist in modern-day Southern California. We get into some of the more problematic storylines and decisions, and discuss some of the moral ambiguity this show presents. We also marvel at the list of pretty big guest stars, agree that Kristen Bell is great, and love the relationship between Veronica and her father. Katy is baffled by teenagers, Carrie spell checks hazing graffiti, Maddy misremembers mind-reading storylines, and Mack is apparently on a one-sided first-name basis with Joel McHale. We also praise Maddy's Snapchat skills and wonder if she could be a TikTok star, try to figure out if houseboats are a viable apocalypse option, wonder how so many teenagers can afford motorcycles, and Mack fully reads Maddy's mind. Listen to hear us talk about copyright law, three different Robs, haircuts, the Dance of the Seven Veils, and more! PS there are SERIES SPOILERS - timestamps below! TW: Sexual assault, date rape, dismissive and abusive police practices, teen drug use Spoiler Timestamps: 32:52-34:02, 34:21-37:04, and 39:41-41:26.
Steve Cooper talks with actor Patrick Fabian. Patrick is best known for his role as Howard Hamlin on Better Call Saul. His recurring roles include shows such as Black Monday, Carol's Second Act, Special, Code Black, Valentine, Big Love, Veronica Mars, Providence, Joan of Arcadia, 24, The Newsroom and Saved by the Bell: The College Years. He has also guest starred in countless series like Lucifer, Barry,The Conners, Elementary, Ugly Betty, NCIS, Will & Grace, Friends, Scandal, The Mentalist, CSI: Crime Investigation Scene, Bones, Criminal Minds, Castle, Burn Notice, Longmire and many more. On the big screen he can be seen in DriverX, Extracurricular Activities, Eat Brains Love, 30 Nights, Cloud 9, Bad Ass and the Last Exorcism.
Lights, Camera, Rolling.... MOM!
Laurie Zaks is an American television producer and President of Rosewood Television, a company which she recently founded and has a deal with ABC Signature. Previously, Zaks spent seven years as Head of Television for Mandeville Films, where she developed and executive produced a number of series, including ABC's The Fix, The Family and Wicked City as well as Hit & Run, which is streaming on Netflix. Prior to that, she worked as the Head of Current Series at UPN and the VP of Series at CBS where she shepherded such series as Veronica Mars, Everybody Loves Raymond and The King of Queens. Laurie is highly involved in Big Brothers Big Sister of America mentorship program, which branch she is involved in focuses on young women interested in production. Proud mom of Zach Robinson (@zrobusa).Follow Laurie:Twitter: @lzakshornIG: @lzhorn
The Theatre Podcast with Alan Seales
Azita Ghanizada is currently making her Broadway debut in "The Kite Runner" as Soraya, and is now the first woman of Afghan descent to originate a role on Broadway. As we learn, Azita's childhood life was far from ordinary and easy. Her family fled Afghanistan and ended up in the US as political asylum seekers. Similarly to what happens in “The Kite Runner”, she had trouble getting citizenship because she didn't have proper paperwork, including her birth certificate. She talks about growing up and learning how to speak English through watching tv shows and movies, which has also sparked her interest in acting. She shares how she pursued acting by buying a one-way ticket to Hollywood and ended up working at E! for a couple of years where she learned everything about show business. From finding a loophole in not getting jobs she used to get to being told she was white, Azita, together with other actors who joined her cause, successfully drafted a new SAG-AFTRA – AMPTP TV/Theatrical hiring contract for the first time in 37 years. She also talked about MENA Arts Advocacy Coalition, an organization she founded to support and educate. Azita reflects on the issues we still need to fight for such as inclusion, and why we have to create from our heart and operate from a place of truth and integrity. Azita Ghanizada is an Afghan American actress who began her on-air camera career as a commercial model. Her family fled Afghanistan to the US and were granted asylum to remain. She has appeared in numerous television series, including “How I Met Your Mother”, “Entourage”, “Veronica Mars”, “The Wedding Bells”, “NUMB3RS”, “Bones”, “Psych” and “Castle”. Her film credits include "Killroy Was Here", “Our Friend”, “We Broke Up”, “Draupadi Unleashed”, “Complete Unknown”, “X's & O's”, and “A Kiss on the Nose” where she received a film festival best actress nomination for her performance. She's the Founder and President of MENA Arts Advocacy Coalition, an organization she launched after helping build the MENA category into the SAG-AFTRA theatrical contracts. In 2020, she gave her first TEDx talk on the path to visibility in Hollywood. In addition to "Ballers," and Freeform's "Good Trouble," she's also got a recurring role on the CBS show, “United States of Al” and is currently performing in Broadway's "The Kite Runner" as Soraya. Connect with Azita: Watch Azita's amazing TEDx Talk “The Invisible to Stereotyped: The Journey to Hollywood” Twitter: @azitaghanizada Instagram: @azitagram MENA Arts Advocacy Connect with The Theatre Podcast: Support us on Patreon: Patreon.com/TheTheatrePodcast Twitter & Instagram: @theatre_podcast TikTok: @thetheatrepodcast Facebook.com/OfficialTheatrePodcast TheTheatrePodcast.com Alan's personal Instagram: @alanseales Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. I want to know what you think. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Where you lead, we will follow! Our friend and die-hard Gilmore Girls fan, Tory Walters, joins us this week to talk about the iconic world of Stars Hollow and all its colorful characters. We give our opinions on an online ranking of the characters, we debate the qualities of each of Rory's boyfriends, and of course we express some of our disappointments regarding the revival. --- Tory is a movie and tv buff that will always be a Veronica Mars sun, Annabeth Chase moon, Stiles Stilinski rising. Her TikTok and Instagram is @editoryalizing where she talks ad nauseum about books.
How Did We Get Weird with Vanessa Bayer and Jonah Bayer
Jenny Owen Youngs is not only a successful musician and songwriter who has worked with some of the biggest artists on the planet, she is also a TV scholar who co-hosts popular podcasts about Buffy The Vampire Slayer and Veronica Mars. In other words, she's the perfect guest for HOW DID WE GET WEIRD? On this episode, Jonah recalls the magical night he attended both Jenny's wedding and MTV Video Music Awards where Vanessa introduced Miley Cyrus' performance, Jenny talks about what it's like living in the lobster roll mecca of Maine and Vanessa does a truly stellar impression of Jenny's collaborator Pitbull that is so uncanny it's difficult to believe Mr. Worldwide is not in the room with us. For our topic, we take a collective deep dive into the popular fantasy/adventure television series "Xena: Warrior Princess," specifically when it comes to the impact it had on a young Jenny Owen Youngs and the pioneering plot twists that have since become hallmarks of the genre. Finally, we play a snack-themed round of" Change Dot Dork" and try to guess which unhealthy treat from the past is currently back in rotation at your local grocery store. Enjoy. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The Actors Guide with Anne Johnstonbrown
Anne Johnstonbrown interviews Hollywood actor and Shriekfest founder Denise Gossett:Denise has been an actress in Television & Feature Films for over 20 years! She can most recently be seen in the Tom Hiddleston movie "I Saw the Light", the Mel Gibson starring Feature Film "Get The Gringo" and the Morris Chestnut movie "When the Bough Breaks". In addition to her acting career, Denise founded Shriekfest film festival in 2001!Born in Fort Bragg, North Carolina, Denise Gossett came to Los Angeles after moving from Harrisburg, Illinois, to Wassau, Wisconsin, and living for a time in Orlando, Florida, with her parents and younger brother. Although Denise has always expressed an interest in acting, it wasn't until her senior year in high school that her interest truly piqued. After performing in the "Female Odd Couple", she auditioned for a scholarship towards schooling at SCC, which she was awarded. Denise immersed herself in theater, working behind the scenes as well as onstage. After receiving her Associate's Degree, Denise transferred to Rollins College in Winter Park, Florida, also having received a scholarship towards her studies.Such dedication to the theater not only led to the furthering of Denise's education, but to other opportunities that would build upon her interest in acting. In 1991, she played the role of Lena Luthor during the fourth season of "The Adventures of Superboy". Upon moving to Los Angeles, a year after receiving her Bachelor of Arts Degree in Theater, she immersed herself with Improv (taking classes at the famed Groundlings), acting classes and auditions, which led to working on commercials for Wal-Mart, Boeing, United Health Care, Secret Deodorant and Quicken Loans. Denise soon found herself working on Television in a variety of roles, appearing on such shows as "The Office", "The New Adventures of Old Christine", "Samantha Who?", "Veronica Mars", "The Right Stuff", and "Drake & Josh." Denise also has recurring and series regular roles on television series such as Nickelodeon's "Zoey 101" as Tipper Rivers, "HBO/Deadwood Mysteries", "The Great Imposter" (TV Pilot), "Fashion House" as well as the "M.O.W.'s: The Last Ride" (starring with Dennis Hopper) and "The Life of Tonya Harding."After starring in the Horror Feature Film "Chain of Souls", Denise founded the Shriekfest Film Festival in Los Angeles. With over two decades of success, the festival has given Denise the opportunity to help numerous filmmakers and screenwriters who work with an ethic of hard work and dedication, one that she has held to the whole of her career. The success of Shriekfest has led to such accolades as it being called: "LA's Most Successful & Entertaining Horror Film Festival" by LA Weekly, 2021 MovieMaker Magazine top 50 best genres festivals!, 2021 Dread Central Voted 1 of the Best Horror Festivals in the World! LA WEEKLY Declared "LA's Most Successful & Entertaining Horror Film Festival" 2017 Denise Gossett was voted Most Influential Horror Film Festival Director Voted 2016's Most Influential Women In Genre! 2010 Movie Maker Magazine top 25 Film Festivals worth the entry fee, 2011 Movie Maker Magazine top 13 film festivals to die for and Denise was "Voted Number 5 out of 13 Most Influential Women In Horror History." & SyFy Wire "Voted 2016's Most Influential Woman in Genre". She has been interviewed, and is featured, in the books "Hot and Horrifying: The First Ladies of Horror", The Filmmaker's Book of the Dead", and "Horror Film Festivals and Awards", and has been hosting Shriekfest Radio for over 7 years! Additional films in the Horror genre Denise has acted in include: The Sci-Fi Film "Decaying Orbit", "La Llorona", "Carnies", "M" and "Fright Club."Host: Anne Johnstonbrown (Anne (ajbprods.com))Guest: Denise Gossett (Denise Gossett - IMDb)
Before we start this week, I want to thank you for your patience — as you might've seen, I've been recovering from a balance issue that left me in a state of constant dizziness. As a result I had to cut back on editing for a few weeks, since that involves staring at a screen full of objects constantly scrolling left and right. But the good news is that I'm getting better and will be back to my usual Sewers schedule soon. Thanks again for bearing with me while I get back on my feet and back to making podcasts. You may recognize actor Wyatt Fenner from Gotham, Veronica Mars, Bones, or the movie Make the Yuletide Gay. He has a new film screening this week in Outfest called Chrissy Judy, which is all about what happens when you have to break up with a friend. It plays this Friday, July 15 at 7pm at the DGA in Los Angeles — tickets are available at Outfest.org.This week we're revisiting my 2018 interview with Wyatt, who as an actor is an expert at inhabiting personas and hiding behind someone else. But an accidental outing and a violent attack that could have killed him helped Wyatt realize who it really was that he was hiding.We'll have that conversation in a minute. First, a reminder that I've got a weekly-ish newsletter that you can subscribe to at mattbaume.com. And a YouTube channel where I post videos about film and TV history — I've got one coming up about Seinfeld's “not that there's anything wrong with that” episode.Also, big thanks to everyone who supports The Sewers of Paris on Patreon! Patrons get hours of exclusive videos about super queer pop culture history, stickers and stuff in the mail, and shoutouts in the credits of YouTube videos.
Hi pals! We're baaaaack! Yes, after a two-month hiatus we're refreshed and ready to get back behind the mics. We start off with a little catch-up before getting into the pop culture news we missed. Most notably, THAT Liam Payne X Logan Paul interview. The BTS shots from the Barbie movie have also been all over the time line. We discuss why we're seeing so many pictures of filming, whether this is on purpose as well as the star-studded cast. Dolly Alderton's Everything I Know About Love's TV adaptation has finally dropped and it's sparked some interesting think pieces. We reference “How Messy Millennial Woman became TV's most tedious trope” by Rachel Aroesti for The Guardian as well as I'm 23 & Nostalgic For The Fictional Millennial Experience by Alice Porter as well as sharing our own thoughts on the new millennial woman that seemingly everyone wants to be. In recommendation land we have two queer love stories. Maggie recommends Heartstopper on Netflix while Jas recommends My Policeman by Bethan Roberts (yes, the book that's turning into a film starring Harry Styles and Emma Corrin). Jas also recommends the 00s show, Veronica Mars on Stan. Katie Zhou created our cover art & India Raine is our wonderful producer and composer of our jingle. Email us at email@example.com, find us on Instagram @cultureclubpod. Love you - Jas and Mags xo See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
It's the Pogues vs. the Kooks, the PCHers vs. the 09ers, the Harbor School vs. Newport Union! In the Season 2 finale of Leftist Teen Drama, Maria is joined by guests Kelly Gilbert and Nicki Morris to discuss the class conflict inherent to the plot and setting of three teen dramas: THE O.C. (2003-2007), VERONICA MARS (2004-2019), and OUTER BANKS (2020-present.) From star-crossed romances and parallel fights on the beach to a Neptune High election based around an elitist points system, Maria and her guests discuss all facets of these teen drama class wars. TW: discussion of marital rape around 44:16 - 46:56 For this episode, we recommend you first watch or have familiarity with THE O.C. Seasons 1-4, streaming on HBO Max and Hulu; OUTER BANKS Seasons 1-2, streaming on Netflix; and VERONICA MARS Seasons 1-3, streaming on Hulu. FOLLOW US ON SOCIAL | instagram, tumblr, tiktok: @leftistteendrama | twitter: @leftyteendrama | website: leftistteendrama.com _ ABOUT US: MARIA DIPASQUALE (she/her; host/editor) is a Brooklyn-based union communicator and writer who watches too much TV. Follow Maria on Twitter @Maria_DiP26, IG @mdzip, and tiktok @marialovesunions. In addition to Leftist Teen Drama, Maria hosts Bodysuits For Bughead: A Riverdale Podcast | tumblr: @bodysuitsforbughead twitter: @B4B_Podcast instagram: @bodysuits4bughead KELLY GILBERT (she/her; recurring guest) is a medical worker and union/teen drama stan living in Brooklyn. Follow her @baeblade5 on insta and @yungworker69 for sporadic, unhinged tweets! NICKI MORRIS (she/her; recurring guest) is a labor communications strategist at a unionized shop! She loves cats, corn, and comrades. Her favorite teen show is Degrassi because she knows we can "make it through" with solidarity! Enjoys watching all good crime shows: The Wire, Claws, Good Girls, Killing Eve, Arrested Development. Follow her on Twitter @NickiMorris321. CHARLES O'LEARY (they/them; art) is, of course, a Brooklyn-based designer, artist, and dilettante. A survivor of the 2012-2016 Tumblr wars, media criticism is all they know. You can find their work at charles-oleary.com, and their silly little life on Instagram at @c.s.0.l. JEFF MCHALE (he/him; producer) is an extremely online guy who plays games, streams sometimes, and loves talking old TV. Maria and Jeff's good union cats CLARENCE and VINNY may make an appearance and/or be mentioned. intro song: Stomping the Room by Delicate Beats All opinions shared on this show are that of individuals and do not represent the views of any organization we may be affiliated with. _ SOURCES DISCUSSED IN THE EPISODE: July 19, 2019, Bustle, The Town in 'Veronica Mars' Takes Inspiration From This Famously Affluent Place In California by Savannah Walsh The Debt Collective
Meet the Mentor with Dr. Bill Dorfman
Jonathan Bennett is an American actor and model. He is known for his roles as Aaron Samuels in the 2004 comedy film Mean Girls, Bud McNulty in 2005's Cheaper by the Dozen 2 and the title character in the 2009 direct-to-DVD comedy Van Wilder: Freshman Year and his recurring roles as Casey Gant in the UPN mystery drama Veronica Mars and JR Chandler in the ABC soap opera All My Children. He is the host of the Food Network series Halloween Wars, and he previously hosted Cake Wars. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
It's the last episode of the season and we are saluting Virgo rising. For the last time until the fall, our hosts invite in gratitude, share their favorite things and answer a Deary Queery about summer planning in a polycule. This episode mentions: Undrowned: Black Feminist Lessons from Marine Mammals by Alexis Pauline Gumbs, What I Know For Sure by Oprah Winfrey; the television shows “Veronica Mars” and “Hacks”; The Pattern app. Dear Jessamyn is produced by Tenderfire MediaYour hosts are ashe danger phoenix and Jessamyn Stanley. Our Editor/Producer is Kylee C. RobertsAngell Foster and Nya Williams do our social mediaJanie Leopard does our episode art Anna Rooney is Jessamyn's Chief of StaffAmber Richardson is Ashe's Chief of StaffFruit Snack does our theme music. This episode also contains music from: Mimmi Bangoura, DAJANA, Particle House and King SisFollow us on Instagram @DearJessamyn and find and follow the show on Spotify. There's a bunch more info on the episode like behind the scenes content, transcriptions, how to find us and our team and more. It's all at dearjessamyn.comYou can leave us a review on Apple Podcasts! Reviews help a lot. Please, if you've enjoyed this episode, even for like half a beat, please go leave us a review. No one should be in jail for weed.
We had the pleasure of interviewing The Unlikely Candidates over Zoom video.Coming off their multi-city tour with legendary band 311, The Unlikely Candidates were welcomed home with open arms as fans and Fort Worth residents listened to new and fan-favorite music from their album. The party included performances from the band, a specialty drink, raffles, and a champagne toast to celebrate this milestone. “Panther Island,” which features 8 new and 3 previously released songs, was written over Zoom during the COVID-19 pandemic including “High Low,” which was recorded in lead singer Kyle Morris' closet. “The record is a kaleidoscopic landscape of genre and style that changes from song to song, a greatest hits of the sonic worlds the band has inhabited over the years,” says Morris. “Thematically it's just as varied, shifting from songs about the chaos on the streets and loneliness behind the phone screens of America during the pandemic, to humorous tales of twenty-something malaise and the many ways the heart breaks; when love or loved ones are lost. At the heart of this album is the ethos of taking a bad situation and making something of it. It was written during the pandemic while the world was shut down, by a band who has hit enough roadblocks to delay a debut album nine years.” Following the release of their album, The Unlikely Candidates are going back on the road, making stops in the Midwest, the Mountain States, and Canada. All upcoming tour dates can be found here. TUC has previously toured with Fall Out Boy, The Dirty Heads, and Sublime with Rome, just to name a few. “Its been an honor working with The Unlikely Candidates and I am so very proud for them to release their first full length album,” said Ryan Metheny, Director of Product Management at The Orchard. “After so many ups and downs over the last few years, they continue to blow me away with how hard they work and get through any roadblock put in front of them. It will be a great joy to see them play these songs in front of their fans this summer.” Signed to Another Century, a subsidiary of Sony Music, The Unlikely Candidates are best known for their 2019 hit “Novocaine,” which reached #1 on the Alternative Charts. The song was also featured in the Season 4 trailer of HULU's Veronica Mars, and on Now That's What I Call Music, with The music video becoming the #6 most viewed Alternative video of 2019 on VEVO.We want to hear from you! Please email Tera@BringinitBackwards.com.www.BringinitBackwards.com#podcast #interview #bringinbackpod #TheUnlikelyCandidates #Novocaine #PantherIsland #NewMusic #zoom Listen & Subscribe to BiB https://www.bringinitbackwards.com/follow/ Follow our podcast on Instagram and Twitter! https://www.facebook.com/groups/bringinbackpod