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Podcasting icons Julie Klausner (Difficult People) and Tom Scharpling (The Best Show) team up for a fun show where they have fun and you have fun and everybody has fun. Each week, Tom and Julie careen through the best and worst of pop culture, giving the business to blockhead celebrities, rescuing shoddy podcasts, exploring obscure American subcultures, watching clips from the classics (The Munsters, Pee Wee’s Big Adventure, etc), and hanging out with amazing guests, all in the name of keepi ...
 
Not just another bad movie podcast, Blank Check reviews directors' complete filmographies episode to episode. Specifically, the auteurs whose early successes afforded them the rare ‘blank check’ from Hollywood to produce passion projects. Each new miniseries, hosts Griffin Newman and David Sims delve into the works of film’s most outsized personalities in painstakingly hilarious detail. Produced by Ben Hosley.
 
Best Show Gems: The Best Of The Best Show On WFMU is a twice-monthly podcast featuring highlights from the full radio show. Classic Scharpling and Wurster calls, amazing phone-ins, random weirdness and more! It's a perfect way for a beginner to get on board, or for a longtime fan to look back and remember when.
 
Office Hours Live is a weekly call-in show with Tim Heidecker, DJ Douggpound and Vic Berger (aka the holy trinity). Every episode you'll hear sound bite battles, drops galore, special guests, and Tim's rants and riffs on politics, music, his kids and whatever else is happening in his life, and the lives of our callers. Support the holy trinity, get the full two-hour show, the entire archives and more at patreon.com/officehourslive. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
Some movies are arthouse masterpieces. Other movies are mainstream popcorn crap. And sometimes the crap turns out to be art and the art turns out to be crap. That’s what's great about movies. To quote Gary Sinise in The Cremaster Cycle, “Movies are like a box of mysteries. You never know what you're gonna get baby!” Each Friday on Weekend at Bergman’s, Forever Dog co-founders and movie lovers Brett Boham and Joe Cilio watch two movies - one from the arthouse and one from the mainstream - and ...
 
When we brought comedian and laundry enthusiast Brett Davis to "talk suds with his buds" on our network, we could never have expected the seemingly affable host and innocuous topic (laundry) to result in this. Regrettably, we are contractually obligated to present The Podcast For Laundry, and apologize to the many guests dragged into Brett's endless downward spiral. Listener discretion is advised.
 
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One of the stars of SEVERANCE and the MARVEL CINEMATIC UNIVERSE, comedian ZACH CHERRY calls in! The MIKE IN BAYBRIDGE saga continues on. You can’t stop it. Don’t try. Phones ring on the topic TOP TEN FIREWORKS! What songs would Johnny Cash cover today? Kate Bush! AND SO MUCH MORE! You know what it is - IT IS THE SUMMER OF SCHARPLING!…
 
Tom and Julie are joined by author and activist Dylan Farrow (Hush, Veil) to roast Alec Baldwin's Instagram, including a video where he lists all his favorite TV shows while lying in bed. Plus Tom and Julie talk with Dylan about her writing career, an early lost novel about elves in space, and the books that inspired her as a kid. And finally Tom a…
 
I love this dirty podcast! This week we're joined by Tom Scharpling (The Best Show, Double Threat) to examine two cinematic portraits of the ups and downs of the Big Apple. New York City, that is! Representing the arthouse it's the endlessly quotable and deeply cynical Sweet Smell of Success (1957), starring Burt Lancaster and Tony Curtis. And repr…
 
This episode features Brian Hiatt, the host of the Rolling Stone Music Now podcast and one of the most prolific features writers in the history of that magazine. In this conversation we talked about his long career at Rolling Stone, how he approaches talking to some of the most famous people in the world, and changes in what people want from artist…
 
The minute you walked in the joint…I could see you were a man of distinction, A REAL PODCASTER! “Pod That Jazzcast” - our series on the films of Bob Fosse - kicks off with a real humdinger of an episode, as the boys discuss 1969’s swinging technicolor musical “Sweet Charity.” For folks unfamiliar with Fosse, we give an overview of his life and care…
 
What's the best American movie of all time? American Beauty or National Treasure?? Neither you say??? Well one's going in the canon and one's going in the trash canon. It's 4th of July weekend. Fuck you America. THEME SONG BY TRIXY MERCURY https://twitter.com/trixymercury ABORTION ADVOCACY RESOURCES https://www.podvoices.help NEXT WEEK: Before Sunr…
 
This is the free first half of Office Hours. Watch or listen to the full two hours with more Sandy and Bardia, a MAJOR JIM BAKKER BOMBSHELL testimony from his former bandleader Mark Dowdy, and get tons of other stuff at patreon.com/officehourslive It was a comedy goldmine this week with comedians Sandy Honig and Bardia Salimi, plus a MAJOR COVID BO…
 
Mookie Blaiklock (YOU ARE WORTHY with LilMookieB) joins the 'boys to discuss Boogie Nights and DALL-E before entering the Dough Zone. Plus, Drank or Stank with the Drop King. Recorded live at the Neptune Theatre in Seattle 6/11/22. Sources for this week's intro: https://moneyinc.com/okc-thunder-owner-clay-bennett/ https://theculturetrip.com/asia/ch…
 
This week’s episode features Briana Cheng, an A&R for 4AD and owner of the artist management company B4. We talk about what she does, how she works with new artists, and how high personal stakes put her in the position to take working in the music industry very seriously from a young age. There’s some clips of songs by artists Briana works with thr…
 
The wonderful Bridey Elliott joins Tom and Julie this week and she brought clips! Serge Gainsbourg's incest anthem! The premiere Orange County age gap couple! And more! Including Mayim Bialik, Danny Elfman, overrated LA bands, Cindy Adams murphy bed, Eddie Murphy bed, Boomerang, the Turner Classic Movies section of HBO Max, sculpture, double mute, …
 
Our Sam Raimi series concludes with his most recent film - not to mention the first MCU film we’ve covered on the main feed - it’s time for Doctor Strange 2! Patrick Willems joins us to address the important questions: What was Raimi *doing* for the nine years between this and Oz? Does Kevin Feige and his Marvel Machine overpower Raimi’s creative v…
 
Lock your doors and board your windows! We’ve got unsupervised children on the loose! Representing the arthouse it’s Harmony Korine’s feature film directorial debut Gummo (1997). And representing the mainstream it’s that perennial Christmas classic Home Alone (1990) written by John Hughes and starring Macauley Culkin. Which will enter the canon? An…
 
This is the free first half of Office Hours. Watch or listen to the full two hours with more Vic Berger III, Uncle Phil checking in from The Gulch and get tons of other stuff at patreon.com/officehourslive It was a grand reunion in honor of Tim's new album "High School" with his collaborators Drew Erickson in studio, and Mac DeMarco, Kurt Vile and …
 
You say it’s our birthday?!? Join New York Jonathan for our Office Hours East One Year Anniversary Extravaganza! Slice and Football zoomed in for the festivities! There Will Be Dad (talk)! There will be some weird things we can’t even explain! Plus much more! Support Office Hours, get access to the ad free version of this podcast and much, much, mu…
 
Mookie Blaiklock (YOU ARE WORTHY with LilMookieB) joins the 'boys to discuss their thoughts on seafood and their flight to Seattle before a review of Ivar's. Plus, another edition of Let Me Be Frank. Recorded live at the Neptune Theatre in Seattle 6/11/22. Sources for this week's intro: https://balladofamerica.org/old-settlers-song/ https://www.his…
 
First day of Summer, BUT MY FRIENDS, THE SUMMER OF SCHARPLING HAS BEEN HAPPENING FOR WEEKS! One of our favorites, SNL’s SARAH SQUIRM calls in! Cartoonist NATHAN GELGUD stops by the studio! The Mike In Baybridge saga continues on! Phones ring on the topic - BEST AND WORST MOVIE FRANCHISES!
 
This episode features Karina Longworth, creator and host of the long-running film history podcast You Must Remember This. In this conversation we talk about her current ongoing series Erotic 80s/90s, the formative influence of Madonna, MTV's The Real World, art school, the fallout of the Johnny Depp/Amber Heard trial, and her approach to curating h…
 
Who are the greatest dads of all time? Tom, Julie, and Weekend at Bergman's co-hosts Joe Cilio and Producer Brett draft their all-time greatest dad teams. Frank Costanza. Torben Ulrich. Captain Lou Albano. The dad from the song "I've Written a Letter to Daddy." Who makes the cut and who gets left in the dust? It's a dad eat dad world and only the b…
 
Ah, yes - we’ve arrived at the reason why we held off on covering Sam Raimi for so long…because we didn’t want to end our series on such a dismal note! “Oz the Great and Powerful” - Raimi’s last feature until the recent “Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness” - features James Franco in a performance that guest Dana Schwartz (“Noble Blood”) ch…
 
This is the free first half of Office Hours. Watch or listen to the full two hours with more Jon Daly and Time Wharp, plus some Dylan talk with Ray Padgett, and get tons of other stuff at patreon.com/officehourslive Funnyman Jon Daly brought his sax and Time Wharp (aka Kaye Loggins) brought one of her splendid new tunes for the return of the full h…
 
Mookie Blaiklock (YOU ARE WORTHY with LilMookieB) joins to 'boys to rap about their preferred burritos before a review of El Farolito. Plus, Snack or Wack with cookies from Golden Gate Fortune Cookie Factory. Recorded live at The Palace of Fine Arts Theatre in San Francisco 6/10/22. Sources for this week's intro: https://www.esquire.com/news-politi…
 
The SUMMER OF SCHARPLING has only just begun and boy oh boy, we’ve got another great BEST SHOW for you. MARTHA KELLY (Baskets, Euphoria, I Love That For You) stops by! MARY LATTIMORE plays an amazing set on the harp. JASON STERN from the Lou Reed Archive calls in on the NEWSMAKER HOTLINE. An action packed BEST SHOW, my friends!…
 
Joe flies solo on the first Double Feature - our look at movies currently in theaters - so it's up to him alone to decide what goes in the canon and what goes in the trash canon. David Cronenberg's Crimes of the Future or Tom Cruise's long awaited Top Gun: Maverick?? Listen to find out!! VIDEO EPISODES & AD-FREE EPISODES ON FOREVER DOG PLUS http://…
 
Tom and Julie hand out awards for achievements by people named Tony. Including Best Spy Shack, Best Headfirst Slide, and Best Member of The Oak Ridge Boys. Plus Brett has a beef. Also specifically what's wrong with Tom and Julie's brains, Southern pitchers of sweet tea, the Brett-5000, Barney Rebel, and Anthony Hopkins is curious about NFTs. CLIPS …
 
Paul Scheer joins the Jons on another Right-free driving-spree around East L.A. and thereabouts. Driving around with the Jons can be intense, but Paul holds his own, matching the Jons quip for quip as they find some choice vanity plates, break the law (wrong way on a one way) to avoid turning right, and finally, throw their full-throated support to…
 
Last week Tom, Julie, and Jon Daly wrote and performed a Kidz Bop version of Rage Against the Machine's Killing in the Name Of called Swimming in the Lake Of live on Double Threat. Now please enjoy the Remastered version of Swimming in the Lake Of presented by our friends at BetterHelp. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices…
 
After the massive box office success of his Spider-Man movies, Sam Raimi went “back to basics” - returning to the gnarly demonic possession genre that he put his stamp on back in the “Evil Dead” days. This time, instead of the chin-god Bruce Campbell, we’ve got a particularly cherubic Alison Lohman in the starring role! The Bechdel Cast’s Caitlin D…
 
Journey with us through a cascade of 1s and Os to the glory days of hacking into the system. Representing the arthouse, it's Darren Aronofsky’s gritty black-and-white number theory thriller Pi (1998). And representing the mainstream, it’s 1999’s super smash cyberpunk hit The Matrix, directed by the Wachowski sisters. Oh a simpler time! When the tee…
 
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