Andy, Alice and Helen deliver the 1st ever live Bugles from Portland and San Francisco. Complete with midi jingles (thanks Martin), Trump news, Royal wedding and at least one audience member better on Wikipedia than Andy
Topics: Believe in the Truth Internet Destroys BBQ Becky Sing White Male is he new N-word Kendrick Fan gets Awkward Music: Sir - "D'evils" WSTRN "Ben' Ova" Lil Baby ft Drake "Yes Indeed" Slim Jxmmi "Changed Up"
Walt and Bry put the 2nd of Q’s stand-ins through the wringer and confront the idea that they may live in a shit hole county. Music: Dead Is Forever - King With No Throne.
Problem: There are lots of songs about surfing, but they assume an ability to surf. There are no songs for people INTO surfing, but just can’t surf yet (like us). We need a “learning to surf” song... Solution: Get world champions Mick Fanning, Layne Beachley and Kelly Slater to help us refine the concepts we need in our lyrics, then give the lyrics to genius James Bay to put to music! We give you the new learning to surf anthem: Two Foot Tony.
Today on A Waste of Time with ItsTheReal, we welcome singer Ella Mai, whose song Boo'd Up has been called the song of the summer, to the Upper West Side! Ella talks growing up in South London, moving across the pond to New York City in eighth grade, going to high school in Queens, and because she got unwanted attention from her English accent, she focused on playing soccer and shied away from her natural singing ability. We discuss Ella's return to London after senior year theater internship, getting a job in the back rooms of Top Shop, and while at college joining a girl group called Arize, their short run on the TV show X Factor followed by their split, and how Ella rebounded by doing 15-second song covers solo on Instagram. We talk about how the videos went viral, DJ Mustard reached out, Ella's return trip to NYC on her own dime, the prolific work she and Mustard created over the course of one evening and how it led to more work in Los Angeles, recording with Ty Dolla $ign, ultimately signing to DJ Mustard's imprint at Interscope Records, 10 Summers. And most amazing of all, how Bay Area DJ Big Von took a chance on one of Ella's EP cuts from 2017, watched the club go up in front of his eyes, and launched the unlikely rise of the hit song of Summer 2018, Boo'd Up. All that, plus much more!
Recorded at the Hyatt Regency, Los Angeles International Airport, as they drop a friend off for a flight to Washington DC, Phil and General Shaw work out their relationship and mutual suspicions while discussing food, politics, marriage and other shit. The BSP Classic Show is from September 2002 and features Bob McGraw who is publishing a book to benefit Alzheimer's charities which makes fun of some of the things Alzheimer's sufferers do. And Larry Grover thinks that a coworker’s ultrasound picture was obscene and graphic, so he put up a graphic picture of his own to offend her. Sign up for a Backstage Pass and enjoy a 30,000 plus hour archive, Phil's new podcast, Classic podcasts, Bobbie Dooley's podcasts, special live streaming events and shows, Saturday Cinema, Friday night chat, and oh so very much more... Sign up now at PhilHendrieShow.com!
The one word Rhett uses frequently on GMM and the type of person Link aspires to be are just a few of the many topics R&L discuss on this week’s rabbit hole episode. Listen to Ear Biscuits at: Apple Podcasts: applepodcasts.com/earbiscuits Spotify: spoti.fi/2oIaAwp Art19: art19.com/shows/ear-biscuits SoundCloud: @earbiscuits Follow This Is Mythical: Facebook: facebook.com/ThisIsMythical Instagram: instagram.com/Mythical Twitter: twitter.com/Mythical Other Mythical Channels: Good Mythical Morning: www.youtube.com/user/rhettandlink2 Good Mythical MORE: youtube.com/user/rhettandlink3 Rhett & Link: youtube.com/rhettandlink Credits: Hosted By: Rhett & Link Executive Producer: Stevie Wynne Levine Managing Producer: Jacob Moncrief Technical Director & Editor: Kiko Suura Graphics: Matthew Dwyer Set Design/Construction: Cassie Cobb Content Manager: Becca Canote Logo Design: Carra Sykes
We’ve been told since we were little kids to “Be nice.” But what if being nice isn’t really that good and it’s making you and those around you miserable? That’s the provocative argument my guest today makes. His name is Dr. Aziz Gazipura. He's a psychologist and founder of the Social Confidence Center. In his latest book, Not Nice, he makes the case that being nice is holding a lot of men back in their lives. We begin the show by talking about what people think “nice” means, but how it usually plays out in reality. Dr. Aziz then digs into the issues that pop up over and over again in the lives of people pleasers, like anxiety, depression, anger, and resentment. We then discuss what the opposite of nice is, and no, it’s not being a complete jerk. He then shares specific tactics the chronically nice can start using today to be more assertive, like saying no without feeling guilty, getting over feeling responsible for everyone’s feelings, and stating your preferences. If you’re a chronic nice guy, this episode is for you. Get the full show notes at aom.is/notnice.
It's a toothy Tuesdays as Joe shepherds Sarah Tollemache around the city to fix her chipped tooth while Mark trips on shrooms all over the city of New Orleans. Plus, Joe may have saved a woman's life! Check it out! Subscribe to our Patreon for new bonus eps featuring Ron Bennington, Chris Distefano, Nikki Glaser, and Yannas Pappas. Plus, a new bonus vid with Joe, Robert Kelly & Ari Shaffir! www.patreon.com/tuesdays We have have NEW t-shirts. Get em' here! www.merchpump.com/product-category/tuesdays/ Download the Laughable app today! laughable.com/download Go on iTunes and give the pod a #5StarLunch review!
From The Howard Stern Show (05-21-18) - Johnny Knoxville on When His Young Kids Can Finally Watch ‘Jackass’ For more Howard Stern Show: Website - www.howardstern.com Twitter - www.twitter.com/sternshow Instagram - www.instagram/sternshow Facebook - www.facebook.com/thehowardsternshow
An encore from one year ago, May 22, 2017. Chef Carl Chodillia has the recipe for lemongrass hamburgers but he winds up throwing them in the street… Ted Bell catches a congressman friend slandering another friend of his but doesn’t know how to play it… Dr. William Brown has got a real problem with sea lions. The BSP Classic Hour is from June 2005. Pastor William Rennick explains that an old lady died from heat exhaustion in his church last Sunday because he thinks people should be as tough as Jesus was when he got “the hell kicked out of him for 11 hours by the Romans” and the old lady obviously wasn’t in shape…. Sign up for a Backstage Pass and enjoy a 30,000 plus hour archive, Phil's new podcast, Classic podcasts, Bobbie Dooley's podcasts, special live streaming events and shows, Saturday Cinema, Friday night chat, and oh so very much more... Sign up now at PhilHendrieShow.com!
Ryan Mirvis (@RyanMirvis) is the festival queen. There's nobody who personifies good times at music festivals like Mirv. He met me at the Comedy Store the day after Mitzi's memorial to break down all his theories about having a blast at festivals. That means drugs. That means sex. That means music music music. And that means drugs. Also drugs. If you're on the fence about going to a festival near you this year, this podcast should throw you over the top.
Ben & Marcus recap the week's news and discuss the comments made about John McCain, Gina Haspel's nomination, Trump's torching of the Iran deal, and more. Thanks to Stamps.com for sponsoring this episode. Visit http://stamps.com and enter promo code: TOPHAT Thanks to The Black Tux for sponsoring this episode. Visit http://theblacktux.com/tophat for $20 off your purchase. Bossa Antigua, Poppers & Prosecco, Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/
Phil talks about Rex Tillerson and Margaret breaks into song, “No Promises” by Icehouse. Vernon Dozier is hyper tense again, this time over the Vegas Knights. Jeff Dowdder sings songs from his latest album. The BSP Classic Hour is from October 2001. Steve Bosell says kids shouldn’t wear firefighter and police costumes because they might be mistaken for real ones. He thanked an Army Ranger in a pumpkin patch for his service, but it was just a little kid. Sign up for a Backstage Pass and enjoy a 30,000 plus hour archive, Phil's new podcast, Classic podcasts, Bobbie Dooley's podcasts, special live streaming events and shows, Saturday Cinema, Friday night chat, and oh so very much more... Sign up now at PhilHendrieShow.com!
From The Howard Stern Show (05-22-18) - Marfan Mike and High Pitch Erik Face Off During Wack Pack Conclave For more Howard Stern Show: Website - www.howardstern.com Twitter - www.twitter.com/sternshow Instagram - www.instagram/sternshow Facebook - www.facebook.com/thehowardsternshow