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What do you stan? Hosted by real Pop-Culture Professors, Caitlin Bitzegaio and Lauren Brickman, We Stan Together podcast is smart people about dumb topics. The history of pop culture is a rich, wild, and ever expanding playground. Not to mention, a full time job. Who has time to read every Insta post, think piece, and Twitter thread? Don’t worry, we did, so you don’t have to. We’ll be your CliffsNotes to pop culture. Listen in each week and you’ll be a hit at whatever happy hour, office func ...
 
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Sarah Claspell (You, Brooklyn 99) joins the classroom to discuss our mutual obsession with Instragram Influencers including Sarah and Caitlin’s mutual addiction to Turtle Creek Lane, Lauren addresses Sarah Michelle Gellar need for HELP (#SMDHSMG) and nuances of the Kardashian, Jame Van Der Beek and Britney Spears’ IGs. Also, what are more cast memb…
 
Achilles Stamatelaky (Broad City, Hit Job) joins the classroom to discuss criminals we root for from our IRL neighbors to Lauren’s formative crushes on kidnappers from 1997. We play our most confusing game yet: Sopranos or SopraNOs and we wonder if the only good thing about the Trump years was female crime movies. Learn more about your ad choices. …
 
Andrew Phung (Kim’s Convenience) joins the classroom to give us his first interview after the announcement of his new CBC show Run The Burbs. We nerd out on improv, Caitlin thinks In Living Color changed the world even if it came to Canada too late and Lauren thinks there’s not enough sketch on TV, but Andrew rightly points out that she’s maybe jus…
 
Lauren Adams (Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt) joins the classroom to discuss the wonderful world of dating on reality shows. We demand #RayaGiveLaurenABowl because she met her husband on the legendary dating app, Caitlin brings Next clips out of the vault, we reboot The Bachelor and Brickman asks the important question: should she go on Married At First…
 
We talk self-care with Iranian actress and trans activist Pooya Mohseni who join the classroom to discuss how to take care of ourselves. We play “Oprah or Op-NAH,” Lauren talks about Schitt’s Creek being an ode to self-care, and Caitlin dissects the role of the beauty shop in the music videos of Reba Mcentire, Destiny’s Child and Lizzo! And, as alw…
 
Mike Poole (The Tonight Show) joins the classroom to talk all things parties in pop culture from Eurotrip to Ma, which Mike tragically did not see in theaters. Caitlin thinks there needs to be a FyreFest film, Lauren asks if we can reboot Can’t Hardly Wait and Mike explains his dream of a chaotic talk show with co-host Lil Jon. Learn more about you…
 
Casey Jost (Impractical Jokers) and Lisa Kleinman (Comedy Central) join the classroom to discuss what it means to be cool (watching 90210 with your spouse!). Lauren and Lisa are Marvel-phobic WandaVision fans, Caitlin stans Jamie Lee Curtis, and we make Casey and Lisa decide who is the ultimate couple goals (Olivia Wilde and Harry Styles ascendent!…
 
Friends of the show and RHOSLC scholars Jordan Myrick (Talk Chef), Lida Darmian (Kids These Days Comedy) and Matthew Pezzulich (Adelphi University) join the classroom to discuss Heather Gay’s ascendency to the Bravo throne, Mary Cosby’s absolute audiacity, and Brooks Marks’ sweatsuits. Who should get the boot (Lisa), who should get laid (Heather), …
 
Christina Grace (Unfriendly Black Hotties) joins the classroom to discuss the women of Hollywood who keep getting better with age. Lauren thinks Leslie Jones should star in a rom-com, Caitlin talks Gillian Anderson’s Oscar quest and her Gates McFadden bookmark, Christina shows us her Celine Dion-Viola Davis water cup, and as always we ponder the J.…
 
Dan Chamberlain (The Tonight Show) and Casey McCormick (Pop Sugar) join the classroom to spread love and talk about the celeb exes who we wish would get back together. Caitlin wants Drew Barrymore and Tom Green to reunite, Lauren asks us who we want to see Britney Spears (#FreeBritney) finally end up with, we try to remember the guy’s name from Oli…
 
Neil D’Astolfo (Tooning Out The News, High Fidelity) joins the classroom to discuss drinking alcohol on TV, which he’s qualified to do as someone who served Zoe Kravitz frose on TV. Lauren is thirsty for bartenders (shocker), Caitlin goes in TOO DEEP on Real Housewives drink orders and Neil shares how Kyle from Real World influenced his first bar o…
 
The one and only Pat Regan (Seek Treatment, Search Party) joins the classroom to discuss The Challenge, Real World and why he’d marry Ryan from Teen Mom. Pat guides us through from Veronica and Trishelle IG drama. Caitlin thinks Coral is the #1 MTV tough girl, Lauren wants to bring back Fanatic to save celebrities, especially Sarah Michelle Gellar,…
 
Monique Moses (Astronomy Club) joins the classroom to discuss dance and choreography, a topic they all love and everyone but Caitlin is good at. Lauren gives us the top dance movies of all time, Caitlin wonders why dancer-first singers last longest (Mo has an amazing answer!) and they try to make sense of their love of TikTok. Learn more about your…
 
Leila Cohan (Bridgerton) joins the classroom to discuss women’s bodies on television and also tries to figure out the name of a phone game from 2013. Caitlin thinks Friends was more sex-positive than we give it credit for, Lauren demands more fat people on TV, Leila casts the Real Housewives of Salt Lake City in historical fiction and we play a gam…
 
Alex Song-Xia and Patrick Keene (The Squirrel NYC) stop by the classroom to discuss our resolutions for celebrities in 2021! Sara Ramirez should tweet at Alex more, the guy from Scream needs to make Patrick a Cameo, Lauren would like to move in with Joshua Jackson and Jodie Turner-Smith, and Caitlin’s crusade to get Snooki on #RHONJ is never-ending…
 
Lifetime pulled out all the stop this holiday season, producing a branded made-for-TV movie for Kentucky Fried Chicken starring the hunk of a generation Mario Lopez. Caitlin and Lauren invite you to watch-a-long with them on MyLifteime.com and experience this cinematic experience together for our last ep of the year! Learn more about your ad choice…
 
We Stan The Holidays and we couldn’t choose just one guest for our first ever Christmas Variety Show Extravaganza! So we’re bringing you a very merry #contentmas with Alex Brightman & Jenny Ravitz, Brady O’Callahan, Jack Frederick & Melissa Aquiles, Mariah Smith, Kathy Tao, Ali Ghandour, Jay Malsky and Timothy Dunn! Learn more about your ad choices…
 
Rachel Chapman (You’re Got Hanks) joins the classroom to discuss Christmas TV episodes! Caitlin tries to trace It’s A Wonderful Life eps, but discovers they might not be Christmas-y, Lauren argues Christmas isn’t a season, it’s a genre, Rachel designs some Holiday attractions at Disney World and somehow ALF is shoe-horned into all this. Learn more …
 
Lauren and Caitlin just can’t seem to wrap their heads around Pop Icon Madonna so they brought in a panel of opinionated expert,s LaGina Hill (Characters Welcome), Shane O’Neill (The Shawl), and Heather Turman (Helen’s Famous Pasta Salad) who are each in a different phase of their Madonna stan-dom. Lauren and Caitlin learn a lot, especially remembe…
 
This week’s academic symposium is dedicated to the wild and wacky wonderland of Daytime Talk shows! This week visiting pop culture professor, Eric Cunningham (The Drew Barrymore Show) stops by to dig in deep about fast casual dining in Jersey City, Lauren’s thesis that you gotta have gimmick to get ahead, and Caitlin counts down the top duos of all…
 
This week Lauren & Caitlin are totally obsessed with The Real Housewives of Salt Lake City, having big feels over the premiere of Grey’s Anatomy Season 17, and are joined by… 11 different comedians and performers who are sharing totally original fanfiction in our first ever FanFicFest! From Gossip Girl to Xfiles to Angelina Jolie and beyond - this …
 
Caitlin and Lauren go guestless this week as they take a break from real life and just watch the musical ep of Grey’s Anatomy, in anticipation of the premiere of season 17! Cue up your Netflix to Grey’s season 7 episode 18 “Song Beneath the Song” (we’ll tell you when to push play!) Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices…
 
Hannah Solow, Alise Morales, and Lauren Clark argue why Hermione, the Sanderson Sisters or Mama Odie deserve to the first witch inducted into the We Stan Cauldron Canon, everyone agrees Anne Hathaway in the new Witches is weird, best friends use magic to help each other rap, and we ponder life’s most important question: is Mary Poppins a witch? Lea…
 
Matt Rogers (Haute Dog, Las Culturistas) joins the classroom to emancipate our knowledge of Mariah Carey. Caitlin compares Mariah to Dolly, we torture Matt’s knowledge of Mariah’s Japanese B-Sides, Matt casts Mariah’s Kennedy Center Honors performances, Lauren is convinced that Mariah will win an Oscar and Matt pitches Mariah as Mama Rose in a Gyps…
 
Thnk 1994 (Matt Harkins and Viviana Olen) stop by the classroom to tell us about heir new digital art exhibit about Britney Spears’ instagram, we interrogate the nature of “Good For Her,” Lauren bans herself from starting a restaurant and Caitlin thinks The View Halloween episode are high art. Also, we pitch five new Mary-Kate and Ashley movies! Le…
 
Will Hines (Brooklyn 99, Search Party) joins the class room to discuss small towns on TV and movies. Will knows more about WB shows than you’d think, Caitlin mourns the loss of smart family shows of the 90s, Lauren surprisingly hates Mystic Pizza and Caitlin might start a patreon to hear goss about her town? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit …
 
Recording artist Bartees Strange stops by the classroom this week to talk musicians that defy genres. Lauren confesses she learned how to straighten her hair for a photo shoot for a band that wrote one song, Caitlin dives deep into her thoughts on “Going Country”, and we give Bartees a ticket to Hollywood to become the next great reality singing co…
 
Rekha Shankar (College Humor, Between Two Ferns) join the classroom to talking the sweet and savory chefs of reality TV. Rekha has seen every episode of Top Chef five times, Caitlin gets a reality show heartbreak off her chest, Lauren proselytizes “Crazy Delicious” and they all miss 00s tacky Manhattan restaurant Vynl. Learn more about your ad choi…
 
Jonathan Braylock (Astronomy Club, Black Men Can’t Jump in Hollywood) and Tessa Claire Hersh (Younger) join the classroom to discuss the most important films of 1999: you know, Red Violin, Drive Me Crazy and Wild, Wild West. They guess each other’s 99 crushes and Braylock takes the ultimate test on his wife’s icon Julia Roberts. Learn more about yo…
 
Victoria Edel (Watch This Space) and Ariel Gitlin (The Foundation) join the classroom to turn the tables on the pop culture professors. This week, they school Lauren and Caitlin in their standom, One Direction! Ariel claims they should be in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, Victoria thinks 1D is the best cover band of all time and Caitlin thinks may…
 
James III (Astronomy Club, Black Men Can’t Jump In Hollywood) joins the classroom to discuss his passion for dinosaurs. Caitlin blames Barney for ending the legacy of friendly dinosaurs, Lauren’s mom helps us understand her daughter’s fear of Jurassic Park, and we all examine the legacy of dinosaur songs in film and, of course, discuss which dinos …
 
J.W. Crump (PodLedum) joins the classroom to discuss his Tyra Banks expertise. Caitlin proposes replacing middle school with The Tyra Banks Show clips, Lauren thinks Top Model cost Tyra a glorious acting career, we investigate the interesting overlap between Tyra and Shakespeare and we play Tyra Fail or Tyra Shall (it doesn’t rhyme). Learn more abo…
 
Rachel Smith (Smith Sister Live) joins the classroom for the stan-iest ep ever in which the three wannabe-Brits discuss several, different iconic British musical reality shows, Caitlin tries to prove World Idol existed and Lauren makes everyone convert to Superstar superfans! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices…
 
Angel Yau (Asian AF, AzN PoP!) is totally *NSYNC with Lauren & Caitlin as they do a survey course on Boybands! This week Caitlin tries to reconcile with a song that’s been confusing her for 11years, Lauren is once again thirsty, and Angel reads excerpts from a youth spent in love with Nick Carter! Quit playing games with our hearts & listen now! Be…
 
This week best bud Johnathan Fernandez (Lethal Weapon, Gossip Girl) joins the classroom to school the pop culture professors on all things fashion from making GQ’s 10 Worst Dressed to an early obsession with Wendy Mallick from Just Shoot Me. Caitlin revisits the sartorial wonder of Don’t Tell Mom The Babysitters Dead and Lauren begs for fashion hel…
 
Comedians Raquel & Howard Powell put their sibling status to the test in our virtual classroom this week as we unpack REAL LIFE celebrity brothers & sisters! Caitlin gives thanks to a very dramatic pair of siblings from the Real Housewives of New Jersey, Lauren reminds everyone that Warren Beatty & Shirley McLaine are related, and Lauren & Caitlin …
 
Lauren Lapkus (The Wrong Missy, Good Girls) joins the classroom to discuss cartoons! The talented voice artist pitches us her own animated series “Hanging Out With Older People,” and Lauren Brickman tests Lauren Lapkus’s knowledge of fellow Laurens. Caitlin is inspired by only cartoons from the year 2000 and Lauren argues passionately that cartoons…
 
Mariah Smith (Outmatched, Keeping Up With The Kontinuity Errors) joins the classroom to discuss Continuity Errors on TV! Mariah helps us solve continuity mysteries like whatever happened to Judy Winslow, Lauren rebrands Pretty Little Liars “Pretty Big Errors” and Caitlin proclaims that Saved By The Bell helped Millennials deal with the continuity e…
 
Michael Hartney (School of Rock, Throwing Shade) joins the classroom to lead us through a cram session on his standom -- Superman! We pontificate what a Real Housewives of Metropolis would look like, pitch J.Lo a Superman movie and ponder a world in which Superman is bigger than Jesus. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices…
 
Jeena Bloom (Shweet! A Ladies Guide To Bro Culture) drops by the classroom to pontificate backdoor pilots and their many incarnations, mostly on The Facts of Life. From a racist would-be Brady Bunch spin-off to the 80s LA version of Gossip Girl we so richly deserved, these historical pop culture oddities are given they academic study they honestly …
 
Zeke Smither (Survivor) joins Caitlin and Lauren safely from his shelter-in-place in California to discuss graduations in pop culture. Zeke schools us on military academies, and dispenses cherished advice to 2020 grads. Lauren has the hots for Kim’s Convenience and Caitlin hasn’t stopped talking about A Different World for 30 straight years. Also, …
 
Brady O’Callahan (A Show Sometime) virtually join Caitlin and Lauren for the first episode recorded in shelter-in-place to discuss the women of country music. We talk Dolly Parton concerts, country clapbacks, avenge Nashville (the show), ponder why Gwen Stefani should never become a country diva, and discover why Oklahomans are such good singers. F…
 
Emily Duke, a visiting professor from her own podcast “Melodramatic Teen Universe” joins the classroom to discuss one of the most foundational topics in pop culture literacy: teen dramas. From the ones that should have lasted longer than one season to the top platonic OTPs to the fake universities our fave characters attended, not one inch of teen …
 
Laura Grey and Kristy Lopez-Bernal join the classroom to discuss the most important topic: teenage crushes. We trace the rise and fall of Justin Timberlake, solidify Joshua Jackson’s GOAT status, and confront the unbridled sexuality of Steve Guttenberg. Follow Laura (@LauraGreyMatter) and Kristy (@klopezbernal). Learn more about your ad choices. Vi…
 
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