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Best Kyle Maclachlan podcasts we could find (updated December 2019)
Best Kyle Maclachlan podcasts we could find
Updated December 2019
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The show that changed television is back. Pour yourself some damn good coffee and join Entertainment Weekly’s men from another place, Jeff Jensen and Darren Franich, as they unwrap the plastic and examine the mysteries of Showtime's trippy horror-soap revival.
 
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That Week In SNL
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Join us as we explore vintage episodes of SNL, analyzing the show and the bizarre pop culture ephemera that surrounded it. Tangents are had. Jokes are made.
 
Weclome to SPOILERS - a bi-weekly podcast the celebrates the best and the worst of cinema.Each week Tristan and Sasha will share and compare a great and terrible movie, along with a special guest.
 
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This week, we're jumping back only a few years to revisit those halcyon days of season 42. Does the show's most recent moment in the sun hold up? We'd like to think so. Containing what is still the show's best and most concise satire of Trump, there's also a bizarre Bryan Cranston cameo, an early Anna Drezen classic, round bananas and more!…
 
Last year we covered the Betty White episode and had so much fun with that one that this week, we're traveling back to the original era to find the only other Golden Girl that hosted the show: Bea Arthur! Join us as we explore the bizarre atmosphere of season 5 and semi-controversial Al Franken pieces "First He Cries" and the Weekend Update coc ...…
 
Before he was a cast member (but AFTER he was a musical guest), Michael McKean stops by the show for a little Spinal Tap reunion. Oddly enough this one looks to the future, featuring the birth of The Folksmen some twenty years before "A Mighty Wind" was released! There's also a Billy Crystal sketch we actually enjoyed, scattered weirdness and a ...…
 
Fresh off the success of Bring The Pain, SNL alum Chris Rock comes home for the first time and he's got Dana Carvey in tow. We've got a whole bunch of Bob Dole, an early TV Funhouse, some returning Chris Rock favorites, Charles Grodin and even a bit of Stephen Colbert.By That Week In SNL
 
This week, Mad Men's own Jon Hamm stops by to deliver a modern day Halloween classic! We get two all-time great Forte moments, a guilty pleasure Digital Short, Bill Hader's Vincent Price and THREE Coldplay songs...if you're into that sort of thing. Solid as Barack indeed.By That Week In SNL
 
This week, we're going all the way back to the beginning. That's right. Season One. Episode One. The big one. The birth of SNL. It's one of the show's most unique episodes, with more discrete segments than nearly any other episode. Things come flying fast and we're breaking it all down (and manage to discuss a bit of the second episode as well).…
 
We're kicking off our third season with one of the show's most fondly remembered premieres! Take a trip back to a wonderfully weird time in America's history when Twin Peaks and Sinead O'Connor were both surprisingly popular and Chris Rock & Farley were just getting started on the show. Featuring fun with commercials!…
 
In an episode already semi-outdated a mere 24 hours after recording it, we sit down to discuss the upcoming 45th season of SNL! We deliberate the announced hosts/musical guests, the departure of Leslie (but NOT the new featured players) and take some questions from the audience.By That Week In SNL
 
A semi-indulgent mixtape of interstitial music, BGM and live performances. Derrick J. Hines: Way Back Saturday Night Sax Coolio: 1, 2, 3, 4 (Live 2-10-96) 10CC: The Worst Band In The World Curtis Mayfield: Move On Up Casiopia: Midnight Rendezvous Kendrick Lamar: I (Live 11-10-14) Rotary Connection: I Am The Black Gold Of The Sun Tears For Fears ...…
 
It's our end of season wrap up extravaganza! Within we discuss our Patreon plans, season 44 and what we'd like to see for 45, answer questions from the audience, gush about Royal Warriors and play some music! Featured Music: Mr. Jukes: Grant Green Ft. Charles Bradley Stereolab: Ping Pong The Isley Brothers: Work To Do Cage The Elephant & Beck: ...…
 
It's our big ol' honkin' season finale and so, of course, we're rounding things out with SNL's second season finale with Buck Henry! We got Coneheads. We got Emily Litella. We got the Samurai. Hell, even the damn Land Shark shows up! And sadly, It all sounds better than it actually is.By That Week In SNL
 
This week, we return to a troubled time in SNL history by dipping back into the infamous season 20 with Bob Saget's episode. Is it as painful Deion Sander's show, the only episode to receive a zero on our podcast? Generally, yes.By That Week In SNL
 
In 2010, a Facebook campaign to get Betty White to host the show actually managed to work and so, alongside a murderers row of returning female cast members, Betty knocked down the doors of 8H for a memorable Mother's Day epic.By That Week In SNL
 
It's our last Off Week of the season so we're in a boozy and celebratory mood as we cover the Toonces and Friends Prime Time special from 1992! Also within, we do some talking to the audience and even have a special announcement!By That Week In SNL
 
This week we welcome fellow salty old dog, Mario Lanza (Staff Picks, SNL Afterparty) onto the show to explore the Dolly Parton episode from 1989! Within we discuss the greatness that is Dolly, the legacy of Dennis Miller, Mike Meyer's strong start on the show and more!By That Week In SNL
 
After covering the entirety of season 21 last year, we've finally decided to dip our toes into season 22. What we find is a whole bunch of Heavens Gate and Ellen coming out as gay material, sprinkled with some dead bodies, Goth Talk, misogyny in game show form, further battles with Norm and Robert De Niro's best guest appearance!…
 
Dead Heat is a masterpiece of B-movie proportions. This little action/sci-fi/horror/comedy stars Joe Piscopo and Treat Williams and it's just a blast. A revenge film with slowly decomposing super-powered zombies and even a little bit of Vincent Price! You just can't go wrong.By That Week In SNL
 
With the recent news that Kenan Thompson will producing a new reboot of All That, we've decided to go back to one of it's earliest episodes to see where it all began. What we find is Kenan's first outing as Cosby, the debut of Good Burger, plenty of Lynchian nightmare fuel and even a few good laughs.…
 
This week, we're exploring one of the most idiosyncratic episodes the show has ever done! Our host is George Wendt but the real star attraction is Francis Ford Coppola as this episode's "Guest director". It all adds up to one of the few times the show has completely broken format to allow an episode-length story to be told and by god, we love it.…
 
We've covered some bizarre, chaotic episodes of SNL before but nothing in our experience comes close to this one. Not only does this show include the first of the Buckwheat Is Dead trilogy but all sorts of other goodies like suicide, incest, racism, mental health issues and more! And somehow, in the middle of all this, we manage to talk a bit a ...…
 
In 1986, Al Franken and Tom Davis wrote and starred in a small, slice-of-life film about a bunch of people in a small Midwestern town trying to get laid on a Saturday night. Nobody saw it and it faded into obscurity. This week, we're digging it back up from the forgotten realm and exploring it as best we can before the delirium claims us.…
 
This week, we're looking back at a classic and seeing how it how holds up. Featuring one of the most famous Wayne's World sketches ever! Inexplicably this leads to Trump discussion, Russians, Chris Hansen, bizarro commercials from 1990 and more!!By That Week In SNL
 
We're heading back to Ebersol Land to complete the Halloween trifecta with Jamie Lee Curtis and The Fixx! Within we discuss more Belushi theories, Joel Hodgson, an impromptu review of Halloween 2018 and more!By That Week In SNL
 
In 1979, former head writer Michael O'Donoghue was tasked with creating a show that could potentially run during SNL's off weeks. What he came up with was Mr. Mike's Mondo Video, an avant-garde kaleidoscope of near incomprehensible madness. We attempt to make sense of it all.By That Week In SNL
 
Few hosts are as hard to get a bead on as Jason Patric is. Is he uninterested in hosting the show? Is it all a big put on? Is it somewhere in the middle? Join us as we attempt to unravel the mystery.By That Week In SNL
 
This week we're exploring a fairly important episode for both SNL and us! Not only is this the one that got us back into watching the modern era of the show but it's also Sasheer Zamata's first episode as well! Join us for all sorts of mispronounced names, hot takes on Rahat and more!By That Week In SNL
 
Four years ago, in another place, on another podcast, we first talked about SNL on microphones. It was supposed to be a reoccurring segment for a radio show we once had but it never took. This week, we're taking a look back at this little experiment of ours and seeing just what the hell it was.By That Week In SNL
 
We're doing something a little different for our last Off Week of the year: instead of covering season 44, we're watching Scrooged instead! Starring Bill Murray and written by Michael O'Donoghue. What fun!By That Week In SNL
 
Our old friend Eggnog is back to help us celebrate the William Shatner Christmas episode! There's Star Trek talk, old photos with Oliver North, a complete disregard for Weekend Update and holiday cheer out the wazoo!By That Week In SNL
 
This time around we're bringing Maine Justice to a modern-day classic! Can we withstand the excellence of what is quite possibly the strongest second half the show has ever produced? Shut your butts and tune in to find out.By That Week In SNL
 
We're heading back to Season 2 for an old-school holiday classic! Does it hold up all these years later? An intense discussion unravels the mystery. Within, we discuss the nature of Candice's performance, just how over or underrated Belushi and Radner are, and Frank Zappa's amazing performances.By That Week In SNL
 
We're exploring the big topics this week as we revisit the November episodes from 2018 under the bizarre, nebulous lens of "Negativity and SNL". Did we get anywhere with it? That's up to you, intrepid listener.By That Week In SNL
 
It's Thanksgiving with John Lithgow! This week, we explore John's last hosting gig from 1988, which features some classics and a few not-so-classics. We talk comparisons to John Cleese, Jon Lovitz as the Catchphrase King, a sketch that manages to amuse despite the use of blackface and more!By That Week In SNL
 
Before there was Justin Timberlake, there was...Garth Brooks. Hey, simmah down now! It's true! Garth was one of the first to prove that a musical artist could should an adept SNL host, they almost seemed like a part of the cast. This week, we're exploring Garth's second (and, sadly, last) hosting gig from the distant of 1999 so go tell Lorne to ...…
 
It’s three days before the 2008 election and that means it’s time for Ben Affleck and David Cook, with special guest John McCain! We discuss the complicated legacy of McCain, Ben Affleck’s ability to elevate sketches, the Kristen Wiig conundrum and more!By That Week In SNL
 
Off Week is back for another boozy and chaotic rundown of the first three episodes of season 44! Within we give our final farewell to Luke Null and say hello to Ego; all Kanye and Trump, all the time; strange hosting and musical choices; the tonal weirdness of that Bill Cosby sketch; highlights, lowlights and more. Embrace the madness!…
 
This week, we're covering one the few times the show ever went live on Halloween night and it's a real doozy. The last appearance of John Belushi on the show, pumpkin guts, last minute sketch changes and one of the most infamous musical performances the show has ever experienced! Strap yourselves in. It's about to get weird.…
 
This week, we're going all the way back to 1976 for Eric Idle's first hosting gig during season 2! It's the initial meeting of Monty Python and Saturday Night Live and by god, it's a bit of a classic. Join us as we unravel all the connecting themes within the show, discuss our histories with the Pythons and more!…
 
We're back with a vengeance as we explore the premiere from season 10, one of the strangest run of episodes the show has ever seen! We do battle against Billy Crystal's standup, delight at Marty Short, struggle to remember who Christopher Guest is and marvel at the vintage commercials and other extraneous madness from our live copy of the show. ...…
 
They said it couldn't be done...but by god, here we are. This week, we join forces with John Murray of the SNL Afterparty podcast to explore the controversial Andrew Dice Clay episode from season 15. Is it worthy of it's infamy? We break it all down.By That Week In SNL
 
This week, we've got the second (and final) part of our interview with 80's SNL writer, Kevin Kelton! This time around, we explore Kevin's time writing for the tenth season of the show before moving on to his career in sitcoms and beyond. Topics include: Harry Shearer's firing, being approached for the eleventh season, working on Boy Meets Worl ...…
 
This week we're joined by 80's SNL writer Kevin Kelton for a interview for the ages! In part 1, we discuss Kevin's earliest days writing for bizarre, obscure sketch shows before we dive headlong into his first season at SNL. Topics include: selling jokes to David Letterman, Joe and Eddie, screaming matches with Jim Belushi, sketches that never ...…
 
Promises made, promises kept. This week we're digging into 1999's Superstar, that there SNL movie based around Molly Shannon's Mary Catherine Gallagher character. Is it as dire as a Night at the Roxbury? Can director (and Kids in the Hall alum) Bruce McCulloch wrangle some funny out of this one? The answer may surprise you, but it probably won't.…
 
One year after the Twin Peaks revival aired on Showtime, Jeff Jensen and Darren Franich rewatch the 18-part saga with fresh eyes, new opinions, and provocative discoveries. They discuss some theories, solve at least one Dale Cooper mystery, and address the show's Emmy nominations. Tweet questions to @EWDocJensen and @DarrenFranich, or email us ...…
 
We're still on summer break but that doesn't mean we can't kick back with some SNL movies! This week we break out 1998's critically reviled "A Night At The Roxbury" to find out if it's an underrated classic or fully deserving of it's poor reputation.By That Week In SNL
 
This week we put in our final, definitive words on both seasons 21 and 43! There's also some catch up on the May episodes from season 43 in there as well but mostly we explore the various ups and downs as we saw them. The cast! The episodes! Those gosh darn cameos! It's all here and waiting for you. Get down on it.…
 
It's the big finale for season 21 with Jim Carrey and Soundgarden! This one is a well-remembered classic that saw many repeats on Comedy Central back in the day but does it hold up all these years later? Mostly, yes. Tangents include more talk about the mid-90's Batman films than you ever wanted.By That Week In SNL
 
It's bizarre times with Christine Baranski and The Cure! Experience the last sputtering moments of unique season 21 favorites and a barrage of other weirdness! Tangents are kept to a minimum because we respect your time.By That Week In SNL
 
It's another boozy Off Week as we again catch up on the season 43 episodes we’ve missed from the last few months! We also ramble about where to take the show next season, the corrupting force of Migos, further appreciation of Luke Null and more!By That Week In SNL
 
This week Lois Lane herself, Teri Hatcher, joins musical guest Dave Matthews Band for a pretty fun little episode. Tangents include theories on the downfall of Dave Matthews and more!By That Week In SNL
 
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