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Trends In Low Places is a comedic exploration of the hottest and dumbest trends of the day. Your intrepid hosts Mike and Michael – joined by friendly experts – explore social trending topics, current events and the modern era’s insatiable hunger for celebrity deaths. If you’re in desperate need for unqualified analysis of our world’s most pressing issues, these are the guys for you.
 
Dave Tarnowski is a sad bastard, and the creator of the hit meme accounts @NickCaveAndTheBadMemes and @SadPeaks on instagram. Now, after a year of answering follower questions every day on social media, and by popular demand, comes a podcast, On The Sad Bastard, Dave opens up about his mental health, responds to his fans deepest, darkest, saddest, most depressing questions (and some funny ones too) and gives unqualified (but very much solicited) advice to his followers.
 
Do you often find yourself feeling lost and confused in life? Full of questions and searching for answers? Do you often find yourself wondering what is the most attractive instrument to play or whether or not it is okay to wear a trench coat on a first date? If you answered yes to any of these questions then you have come to the right place. Letters to Jules and Josh is a podcast for regular people who have regular problems and want to receive silly advice from two unqualified best friends. ...
 
Are you looking for insightful, creative, and well-informed advice that you can apply to your inter-personal relationships? Well then, this probably isn't the podcast for you. Two friends (who know absolutely nothing) consume various forms of media content and then give (deeply unqualified) relationship advice to fictional characters in this unscripted comedy podcast series. (Blasting Off is full of opinions, questionable advice, and is probably NSFW. Be warned!)
 
Lori lost her son Logan when he took his life in December of 2017. As her life and the way she knew it was altered forever, she used writing and social media as a way to process her grief. By doing so, she began creating awareness for suicide and mental health, which fulfilled a new purpose and encouraged her to continue. This book is a synopsis of her posts, a journal-like account of the struggles faced by Lori and her family through the aftermath of the "What Ifs" and the things they found ...
 
Jackie likes superheroes and comedy. Steph likes rom-coms and TV shows about genius savants. Steph watched cartoons about the Archie characters growing up, and Jackie had never heard of them until she watched the Riverdale pilot. So tag along with these two former college roommates desperately clinging to their bright college years in this wildly unqualified adventure into podcasting and media criticism! We'll go through every episode of The CW's hit drama Riverdale and talk about our favori ...
 
A mental health podcast by two wildly unqualified mentally ill humans. Our names are Emily and Jayme and we like to think we're funny. Even if we aren't we sure as fuck are gonna keep laughing at our own bullshit. Every week we have a new theme, along with reoccurring segments that are really just excuses to bitch or force media upon you. Hope you enjoy! You can find your hosts on Instagram and Twitter @emannshaver and @jmecart ~*~ logo & banner made using logomakr.com ~*~
 
From producers Anna Faris and Sim Sarna (Anna Faris is Unqualified) comes the world’s first hilarious/musical/comedic/sexually charged podcast. You might know Missi Pyle from one of her 200 films. But, you would most likely stop her in a mall and say, “Didn’t we go to high school together?” You might recognize Zach Selwyn from when he hosted the failed "competitive taxidermy" show on AMC – or possibly from his hit History Channel TV show “America's Secret Slang.” Both of them have spent thei ...
 
Welcome to “You Never Text Me Back… Let’s Overanalyze This”, a show about the way technology brings us closer together, whether we like it or not. Is your romantic interest not getting back to you in a timely manner? Are your friends sending NSFW images to your work email? Is your grandma clogging up your inbox with ways to save your soul? Join comedians, writers, and best friends Bridget Chun and Julie Lopez every other week as they dole out completely unqualified advice about navigating th ...
 
Ever had an argument with a partner, friend, family member or colleague and thought “if only an impartial person could weigh in, I know they’d see I’m right!” Well then, Stubborn Sally, this podcast is for you. Each episode, your equally stubborn hosts Nic and Sam, will pick apart someone's sticky situation and come to a conclusion: who is right and who is being a dick?We tackle lots of topics about different kinds of relationships and our goal (despite being two unqualified idiots) is to ac ...
 
Podcast host Ty James Largo has the job that everyone wants . . . or so they think. As a young-ish, marketing agency owner and a real life, working creative director, he’s seen it all, heard it all, and now, he’s ready to tell it all. Seriously Now (SRSLY NOW) shares the triumphs and horror stories (and lessons) of agency life, and what it takes to bring great ideas to life –– or watch them die in the presentation room. Laugh, commiserate, cheer and yes, even learn a trade secret or two. How ...
 
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This week’s episode starts off with an email from Jake, who has had enough of dealing with his bro Fitzy’s unsolicited investment advice. The boys discuss the situation and give Jake some tips on how to change the subject when your bros start throwing unwanted stock tips at you. Next, librarian Fake Isabel writes in seeking council on how to deal w…
 
Katherine Heigl [Gray’s Anatomy, Knocked Up, 27 Dresses] and Sarah Chalke [Scrubs, Rick and Morty, Roseanne, How I Met Your Mother] join Anna to talk about their new Netflix show Firefly Lane, adaptation, lifetime friendships, award shows, fame, embarrassing moments, planting apple orchards and more. Later in the episode OBG/YN Dr. Jen Gunter is ba…
 
"The Real World" returning to Paramount+. Plus: Netflix announces new live-action comedy series "Wednesday", Apple releases an AR experience for "For All Mankind" fans, and Andy Cohen producing two new series for Peacock. We have premiere dates for Zack Snyders "Justice League" and Disney+'s new series "The Falcon and the Winter Soldier. For more a…
 
This weeks episode starts off with an email from Brian who is worried about some potential red flags he discovered while snapchatting his crush. The boys do a full breakdown of the situation in an effort to help Brian determine whether or not there truly is a flag on the play. Next, Jules and Josh hear from a lawyer who's having some serious noise …
 
Kyra Sedgwick [The Closer, Brooklyn Nine-Nine, Call Your Mother] joins Anna to talk about her new sitcom Call Your Mother, Shakespeare, meeting Kevin Bacon, a life-changing poundcake recipe, collecting troll dolls, directing, obsessive thinking, figuring out what makes you happy and more. Later in the episode Anna is joined again by author, Doctor …
 
Apple TV+ orders new kids series "Jane" based on the conservationist Jane Goodall, "Search Party" is renewed for a fifth season, a "Yellowstone" prequel is in the works at Paramount+, and Netflix is searching for talented writers in their partnership with Stage 32. Exciting premiere announcements for "For All Mankind" season two, "Punky Brewster", …
 
Our Valentine's Day special starts off with a question from a woman who has forgotten how to flirt after a 9 year relationship. The boys break down some of their first date dos and don'ts, which eventually leads to Jules recounting a very interesting dating experience with a passionate gregorian chanter. Next, Jules and Josh hear from superstar ema…
 
Carrie Brownstein [Portlandia, Transparent, The Nowhere Inn] is a writer, director, actress, comedian and rock star. She talks with Anna about why the Pacific Northwest is almost home, embracing the “not doing”, the influential rock band that was Sleater-Kinney, the markers of success, missing Portlandia, pancakes, getting to know a guitar, avoidin…
 
This week we discuss a few of the streaming platforms Golden Globe nominations, what set Apple TV+'s viewership of the charts last weekend, the top ten most-watched series and films by the minutes, reveal four new series and films that we're watching out for, and our weekend watchlist that includes the return of "Puppy Bowl XVII". For more about wh…
 
Our inaugural episode starts off with an interesting email from a woman who broke up with a guy after he started wearing a less than flattering trench coat on a daily basis. The boys break down the ethics of the break up decision and discuss some other notable fashion faux pas. Next, an emailer prompts a discussion of the best destinations in the U…
 
Can We Say It are back. Han and Bec are pumping out the episodes! Have you ever had massive news or an event leak on social media without your consent? How about all the tagged pictures of you floating around Facebook where you look like Gollum? Well the ladies have got the stories so get ready for a lesson in how to not conduct yourself on social …
 
Melissa McCarthy [Bridesmaids, The Heat, Mike & Molly, Spy, Superintelligence, Can You Ever Forgive Me?] joins Anna from Australia to talk about avoiding the pandemic (and saltwater crocs), being a parent, working with her husband, the brilliance of John Candy, the importance of having pockets, the value of comedy and more. Later in the episode Ann…
 
This week we discuss the second postponement of “The Sopranos” prequel film, a possible new “Harry Potter” series, learn which A-Lister was lured to Apple TV+ for a new film, reveal three new series and films to watch out for, and three shows you should watch this weekend. Plus much, much more streaming news. For more about what was discussed in th…
 
Elizabeth Berkley Lauren [Saved By The Bell, Showgirls, Roger Dodger] joins Anna to talk about the original Saved by the Bell, the new Saved By The Bell on Peacock, career paths, Showgirls, resiliency, the Ask Elizabeth workshop, Hurlyburley and more. Later in the episode Anna is joined again by psychotherapist, author and the Clinical Director of …
 
This week Dale and Scott chat about the tiff between the residents of a small English town and the Star Wars franchise’s upcoming Obi Wan Kenobi series, reveal the Netflix favorite that’s getting a second season, and unveil two new series that dropped today that they think you should watch in this week’s “Binge List.” Plus much, much more streaming…
 
Amy Schumer [Trainwreck, Snatched, I Feel Pretty, Inside Amy Schumer, Expecting Amy] joins Anna to talk about her documentary series Expecting Amy, the joys and fears of being a mother, how she met her husband, loving stand-up comedy, The Meisner Technique, boogie boarding, finding unusual animal parts in the kitchen, and more. Later in the episode…
 
This week we talk about the addition of a famous new cast member coming to Season Two of “The Morning Show” on Apple TV+ and discuss a new “Sex and the City” limited series coming to HBO Max. We reveal three new premieres we’re excited about and present our breakdown of what you should be watching this coming week…aka the “Binge List.” For more abo…
 
Meagan Good [Think Like A Man, Anchorman 2, Californication, Deception, Monster Hunter] talks with Anna about growing up in the industry, meeting her husband, waiting to have sex, dealing with press, childhood heroes, Betty Boop, her feature directorial debut If Not Now, When? and more. Later in the episode Anna is joined again by psychotherapist, …
 
It's the first episode of The Binge Bum Podcast with Dale and Scott. In this episode the boys take a look back at some of the big headlines and premieres of 2020, exciting announcements that have been made for 2021 (Wonder Woman 3, Discovery+, etc.), reviews of three stand-out shows, and new premieres. For more about what was discussed in this epis…
 
Emerald Fennell [The Crown, Call the Midwife, The Danish Girl] and Carey Mulligan [Drive, Shame, The Great Gatsby, An Education] join Anna to talk about their new movie Promising Young Woman, playing empowering and/or despicable characters, The Crown, answering dumb questions on a press tour, being blonde and more. Later in the episode Anna is join…
 
Clea DuVall [Veep, The Handmaid’s Tale, Carnivàle, Argo, But I’m a Cheerleader, The Faculty] joins Anna to talk about directing her new movie Happiest Season, fear of the ocean, the idea of community, collecting miniatures, Veep, coming out in Hollywood and more. Later in the episode Anna is joined again by clinical sexologist, author and sex coach…
 
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