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Best Molly Lambert podcasts we could find (updated July 2020)
Best Molly Lambert podcasts we could find
Updated July 2020
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Are you in need of company during those strange days and lonely nights? Every Monday, hosts Molly Lambert, Tess Lynch and Emily Yoshida, gather in dark rooms for a free jazz blend of pop culture theory, internet fascinations, and venture down a plethora of half-baked conspiracy theory rabbit holes. Drop us a line with your night call at 240-46-NIGHT or nightcallpodcast@gmail.com, and we'll offer our best advice on life, love, and the coming apocalypse.
 
Twitter Genius/Idiot Stefan Heck and comedian John Cullen invite guests on the program to talk about the who and the how of getting blocked on social media. From celebrities to jilted ex-lovers, every block has a story and we’re here to get to the bottom of it.
 
North Mollywood is the weekly altered reality pop culture recap that you didn't know you needed. Hosts Alex Pappademas and Molly Lambert love the 90s, outer space, and underwater sea creatures. They dislike most new technology, can agree to disagree on anything medieval, and they may or may not be stoked about nu metal. North Mollywood is about all of these things, and weird AF. Listen? North Mollywood is a proud member of the MTV Podcast Network. You can check out other great shows includin ...
 
The podcast that asks why YOU know SO MUCH about a VERY specific topic. Comedians Nadia Osman and Steve Szlaga invite guests to talk about a singular, limited point of interest they know more about than anyone (but that Nadia and Steve usually know next to nothing about). Topics range from pop culture, history, science, politics, and art, to anything and everything niche, kitsch, camp, weird, wild, wondrous, and beyond. Come join the party!
 
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This week we're joined by Molly Lambert and Jonny Coleman of NOlympics LA to discuss California real estate billionaire Rick Caruso and the upcoming 2028 LA Olympics. We review the shady history of the games, the role of Epstein connected LA power broker Casey Wasserman in bringing them to the city, and the devastating impact of the 1984 Olympics o…
 
This week, Nadia and Steve talk to producer and past guest Matt Apodaca (@mattapodaca) about the specific topic of the 2010 raunchy comedy film Jackass 3D, starring Johnny Knoxville, Steve-O, Bam Magera, and the rest of the MTV Jackass gang. How does this third installment hold up? What are the best pranks and stunts? Why is it actually art, legiti…
 
Kelly Brogan, M.D., is a holistic health psychiatrist, author of the New York Times bestselling book, A Mind of Your Own, Own Your Self, the children’s book, A Time for Rain, and co-editor of the landmark textbook, Integrative Therapies for Depression. She completed her psychiatric training and fellowship at NYU Medical Center after graduating from…
 
Ike Barinholtz (The Mindy Project, The Hunt) joins us for a rare double block against two monstrous human beings: the guy who owns Jimmy John's (makes bad sandwiches, bad guy) and Sebastian Gorka (eats a lot of sandwiches, bad guy), as neither one of these ghouls likes to be called out for being a ghoul, and Ike pays with a pair of blocks. The Bloc…
 
This week, Nadia and Steve talk to comedian Riley Silverman (@rileyjsilverman) about the specific topic of the problematic 80s comedy Short Circuit 2, the sequel to the first movie about the same robot. How does Riley know the entire plot of this film? Why don't we have imdb pro passwords? Why did they use a robot to dig a tunnel to steal jewels fo…
 
Anita Lambert is the owner of Holistic Health Physiotherapy and a Registered Pelvic Health and Orthopaedic Physiotherapist with a focus on women's health, specifically prenatal and postpartum care. She’s one of the select few physiotherapists in Canada to receive advanced training in labor support, which blends orthopedic physiotherapy expertise wi…
 
The ladies take on the fireworks conspiracy! But first, a night message about Colorado intentional community Drop City. More commune geodesic domes and experimental theater companies. What is the most Night Call time zone? How should we return Mount Rushmore to its former sacred natural state? Then, checking out the story about the shitposting cult…
 
Brandon Ash-Mohammed (comedian) joins the show for the first time right after hosting a virtual Pride Parade and the Blocked Boys learn a lot as they get into the TLC Tugger, Prince Alberts, and Brandon dons his "Gay Sorting Hat" to identify their status in the Gay community. Here's a spoiler: Stefan learns he's in a new category! The show also fea…
 
Crystalee Beck is a mama of three, cute, mess makers, writer, and cofounder of The Mama Ladder, an organization that empowers women at the intersection of motherhood and entrepreneurship. After leaving her corporate ladder job, she "created her own ladder" to fit her family in 2016. She gets her best ideas on mountain climbs and treasures daily adv…
 
Today we take a night call about problematic Disneyland rides and suggest alternatives. Should we replace the torn down Splash Mountain with a Princess And The Frog Ride? (Yes) What is the most racist ride at Disneyland? Can theme parks be divided from themes of imperialism? Then it’s a listener query about Synanon, the self help drug rehab retreat…
 
Whether he's playing the triangle, the square, or the fiddle, Chris James (comedian, Not Even a Show) is always a fan favourite, and this episode is wild off the hop as some changed plans result in a remote episode with one of our closest friends. The Blocked Boys' familiarity with Chris results in a lot of one-upmanship in the beginning of the sho…
 
On Episode 200 of the Enormocast, I sit down with Timmy O’Neill. Timmy made a name for himself as a speed demon on the walls of Yosemite, but also as a fast-talking wise ass in such films as Urban Ape and Paralellojams. Born on the mean streets of Philly as one member of an enormous … Continue reading "Episode 200: Timmy O’Neill – A Life of Yes."…
 
Dr. Aviva Romm is a midwife, herbalist, and Yale-trained MD, Board Certified in Family Medicine with Obstetrics, who has been bridging the best of traditional medicine with good science for over three decades. Her focus is on what she calls our total health ecology, utilizing medicine to identify and reverse the root causes of chronic health condit…
 
On this episode we cover the Italian stallion the lawyer with no law practice under his belt Gianni Agnelli. We cover how he was born with wealth from his grandfather, which included a 20 year long bender enjoying the exciting life of international playboy. This episode features such known guest stars as Winston Churchill, Mussolini, Gaddafi and He…
 
Tess is off this week so Molly and Emily are joined by Night Call’s fabulous producer Joelle Monique! We start off with an email from a listener who was disappointed with our Lana Del Rey talk recently and take the opportunity to examine our own blind spots. We solicit more critiques from our listeners, and ask how we can be more helpful during thi…
 
We're back in studio again and this time, everyone is here! We're joined by our first in-studio guest in three months, Savannah Erasmus (comedian), who has the most powerful block in the show's history, a flex that will be talked about for episodes to come. We also talk dating in quarantine, Paw Patrol, the Royal Family, The Last of Us 2, and John …
 
Meet Lindsay Meisel, Chief Science Editor at Ava Fertility Tracker, a bracelet using new technology to detect a woman’s fertile window in real time. She loves breaking down science, tech, and health to improve women’s health and their menstrual cycles. With over a decade of experience educating and writing about reproductive health, Lindsay is a so…
 
The Blocked Boys are back, baby! In studio, that is. With the COVID restrictions in BC allowing social gatherings of up to 6, the BBs get together in the BPHQ Studio for the first time since March, and we haven't missed a beat. Well, we think, anyway. And who better to celebrate our return with than one of our most popular guests ever, the returnin…
 
Lily Nichols is a Registered Dietitian/Nutritionist, Certified Diabetes Educator, researcher, and author with a passion for evidence-based prenatal nutrition and exercise. Her work is known for being research-focused, thorough, and unapologetically critical of outdated dietary guidelines. She is the author of two bestselling books, Real Food for Pr…
 
In an episode that was recorded a week ago and thus feels like it was recorded eons ago, Grace Spelman (writer, musician) joins the show to talk about being blocked by Kevin Spacey, but not for any of the reasons you'd suspect. Call it serendipitous for Grace, given what we learned about Mr. Spacey after, but a very funny block nonetheless. As we s…
 
On Episode 199 of the Enormocast, my coach, Kris Hampton, and I talk about what its been like to try and train a crusty curmudgeon like me. Since adulting hit me hard in the last couple years and Carbondale got its first real climbing gym, I came up with a plan to actually train for … Continue reading "Episode 199: Old Dog, New Ticks with Kris Hamp…
 
Cait and Drew are back after a tech imposed hiatus with the brilliant Chris Stedman, author of the upcoming "IRL: Finding Realness, Meaning, and Belonging in Our Digital Lives" to discuss challenging your preconcieved notions of self, as well as authenticity online, Amanda Palmer, Britney, quarantine hair dye and the murderous mindset. Preorder Chr…
 
This week, Nadia and Steve talk to writer Lauren McGuire (@imlaurenmcguire) about the specific topic of the real-life Coco Bongo night club, based in four locations including Cancun and Carmen del Playa, but also kind of based on the Jim Carrey movie The Mask. What does this nightlife hotspot have to do with The Mask? Why is there a fight between B…
 
Sarah is the founder of Empowering Fearless Birth (a non-profit organization). EFB was founded in 2013 and is Utah's largest and longest-running pregnancy and birth expo. Sarah is passionate about helping women find their ideal resources to have a safe, healthy, and beautiful pregnancy, birth, and postpartum experience. As a professional filmmaker,…
 
Our one-named friend Charles (@Ugarles, Hostile Witness podcast) makes his show debut having an argument about religion with noted dumbass and bad Twitter guy John Podhoretz that follows the classic "I've lost this argument, so I will block you instead of admitting defeat" pattern, and it's a delight. Recording the episode a little earlier in the d…
 
This is a special episode. Imagine the song, We Are the World, and a Ted Talk had a baby. If you're pregnant during the pandemic, we sing this one for you. It's good for those I-can't-do-this-anymore moments. A few guests share words of wisdom to help you navigate a whole new world. I hope their messages lift your soul. Help you find the power with…
 
This week, Nadia and Steve talk to actor and writer Haley Mancini (@thehaleyexperience) about the specific topic of learning about the history of languages and linguistics (you know, as a hobby!). Who are the "Scottish" accents of Spanish speakers? Why is learning Arabic so hard? What's the connection between Hindi and Norwegian? Is there such a th…
 
A listener question about the 90s and early 2000s celebrity sex tapes prompts a discussion about Tommy and Pam, Kim Kardashian and Paris Hilton’s tapes that leads into a talk about Only Fans. Molly tells Emily and Tess a story about the 528 Hz “love vibration” necklace that Denise Richards owns which turns into a story about shady right wing new or…
 
Ashley Feinberg (writer) makes her first appearance on the show a memorable one, as she gives us one of the best Block Tales of all-time, a block that starts in the emails and ends up on Twitter as she questions Lena Dunham's weird relationship with her pets. Speaking of weird relationships, John tells Stefan and Ashley about the dream he had the n…
 
Molly Caro May is a writer whose work explores body, place, and the foreign/familiar. Her latest book, Body Full of Stars: Female Rage and My Passage Into Motherhood, was named a “searingly eloquent memoir” by Kirkus and excerpted in TIME and Lenny Letter. Her first book, The Map of Enough: One Woman's Search for Place was called “addictive” by Ell…
 
On Episode 198 of the Enormocast, I sit down in Ouray, Colorado on a too bright Sunday morning with British alpinist, Tom Livingstone. Tom was born in the climbing desert of southern England, but now bases out of the climbing Mecca of North Wales. A traditional rock climber at first, Tom has made a name … Continue reading "Episode 198: Tom Livingst…
 
This week we talk about DIY asshole Bernie Marcus, the man who says he built his $6.6 billion Home Depot fortune from scratch. We discuss the weird lies behind his origin story, his abuse of his workers, his illegal union busting, and the fact that he's profited off of keeping Home Depot stores open during the covid-19 pandemic. Home Depot refuses …
 
This week, Nadia and Steve talk to writer Kyle Kasabian (@kylekasabian) about the specific topic of the brutally awful television pilot Generation X, based on the X-Men comic series that came out in the mid-90s. What went wrong on the casting of Jubilee? Who's the horniest X-Men? Why is Jim Carrey the go-to villain impression? So what's up with the…
 
Y2May continues with a listener query about the millennium celebration at Epcot, leading us down a hole about theme park rides like The Great Movie Ride and Superstar Limo that are no longer with us, the weird retro futuristic aesthetic of Epcot, and why Mickey Mouse can never be cool. Then it’s the Y2K movie chat everyone’s been waiting for, we br…
 
Lydia Burrell (musician, comedian) joins the show and since Stefan failed to explain the concept of the show to him properly, delivers a litany of blocks including Steven Crowder and his own governor before concluding with his favourite, right-wing reporter Ryan Saavedra. LB just couldn't help pointing out to Saavedra that he resembles a certain re…
 
William Sears, MD, has been advising busy parents on how to raise healthier families for over 40 years. Together with this wife, Martha, he has written more than 40 books and countless articles on parenting, nutrition, and healthy aging. He serves as a consultant for TV, magazines, and other media. Visit him at AskDrSears.com. In this episode, you'…
 
This week, Nadia and Steve talk to writer and comedian Eliza Skinner (@elizaskinner) about the specific topic of the insane Andrew Lloyd Weber musical Starlight Express. How did this show about humans playing trains on roller skates succeed? Who's the sexiest train, and was it played by Jane Krakowski? What stopped Steve from watching Love Never Di…
 
Part 2 of our profile on Sanford I Weill and his role at Citigroup we will take a longer look at Citi group in our last part of this trilogy. This episode covers Sandy Weill’s children and their misdeeds into falling upward in a no consequence system. The tarnished relationship between sandy and his former protégé Jamie Dimon and we close out the e…
 
Dr. Aumatma is a Naturopathic Doctor & Nutritionist, in practice for close to 15 years. She specializes in women's health, is the best-selling author of "Fertility Secrets: What Your Doctor Didn't Tell You About Baby-Making," and is a sought out speaker on topics related to Women’s Health and Empowerment. Dr. Aumatma was awarded the “Best Alternati…
 
Molly Lambert (writer, Night Call) scoops up one of the most prestigious blocks in an election year: the Public Affairs Agency that represents Joe Biden and many others, after she discovers one of their prime tactics for “managing crisis” (it’s dumb and bad). It’s some serious political talk, but we manage to temper that with our usual silliness, a…
 
On Episode 197 of the Enormocast, I sit down with former champion comp climber, Katie Brown. Katie Brown inhabited a place in competition climbing in the 90s when the kids took over the sport. Her cohort, the likes of Chris Sharma, Tommy Caldwell, Beth Rodden, were the first wave of young competitors to put the … Continue reading "Episode 197: Kati…
 
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