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There are so many good podcasts streaming right now that my girlfriends and I have ditched Book Club and started Pod Club. How does Pod Club work? 1) You don’t talk about Pod Club 2) We pick a podcast. Our first was S-Town. 3) We cook up a Blue Apron meal, because that this is the only company that is allowed to advertise on podcasts. 4) We discuss. With our Fists.
Here are some of my favorite podcasts right now:
In my active fantasy life, Casey Wilson and I are best friends.
And considering I am addicted to anything with the words “Real” and “Housewives” in the title, Bitch Sesh is the podcast that soothes my basic bitch soul. I look forward to Casey and Danielle’s hilarious takes every week almost as much as I look forward to pay day. I want Casey saying the name “Thomas Ravenel” as my ringtone.
The women have great guests like Lauran Lapkus, Paul Scheer, and Brian Moylan. (Brian is the king of Bravo recaps and the most cutting and incisive metaphors over on Vulture.)
Imagine your Dad self-published an erotic novel and gave you a copy. Also, imagine your dad picked the nom de plume Rocky Flintstone. Jamie Morton doesn’t have to image it. It’s real life for him.
Each episode, Jamie reads a chapter of his dad’s dirty book aloud to his friends Alice and James. This podcast is heavy on snark, incredulity and anatomy lessons.
Last week, I had to drive to New Hampshire in the pouring rain. Parked on Route 128 somewhere west of Boston, I listened to MDWAP, and I’m pretty sure the guy stuck in traffic next to me thought I was having a seizure. I laughed so hard at this podcast, I have six-pack abs now.
For every Schindler’s List, Hollywood gives us three Surf Ninjas. There are executives at Warner Brothers who greenlit Unforgettable. Did they think we wanted another Katherine Hiegl movie? (We didn’t.)
Paul Scheer, June Diane Raphael and Jason Mantzoukas dissect bad movies, scene by scene, wondering…how did this get made?
Adam Scott recently sat down with the gang to break-down The Fate of the Furious. I’ve never seen any of the eleventeen Fast or Furious movies, but I was happy I had a c-section because that episode would prompt bladder leakage. Other fantastic episodes are Grease 2, The Boy Next Door, and Face/Off.
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