If the night sky looks a little empty to you tonight, it's because all the stars are here, in this episode of My Brother, My Brother and Me. Because the Oscars happened! The cinema! All of the acting, and also the directing. Glamour!
Suggested talking points: Our Skewed View on the 2017 Oscars, Unstoppable, Rip Messwell, Dogs Are Dogs, Guy Another Day, Benedict Cumberbatch's Home for Sharp-Faced Boys, Improv Literally Everywhere
When the Enterprise responds to a distress signal sent by an ugly starship, they decide to rendezvous with it in a dark planetarium. But after their away team returns acting strangely they start a firefight in ten-forward, where no glass table is safe. How far will O'brien go to avoid dinner with Keiko? How much prep is involved in trying a new orbit? Can a transporter help with "going clear"? It's the episode where we open some fresh cards!
Before you start your next juice cleanse or coffee enema, we beg of you: Let Dr. Sydnee and Justin reassure you of the amazing detoxification powers of the human body.
Music: "Medicines" by The Taxpayers
Hello Internet! We are very excited for you to hear this episode! Well, the first half of it anyway... something went wrong and we couldn't use the 2nd half! But don't worry, we're gonna re-record it! In the mean time, enjoy PART 1! In this half, you're gonna get a lot of cool history! Including the history of OUR reception! Enjoy and be sure to share! Look for PART 2 early next week!
Time to GET NASTAY, because it's our 69 episode... mmmm.... In this episode you will discover the origins of how a certain MK hosts star was born in a little dance group called '9 on Time' back in the 90's, not be confused with Beyonce's 'Girl Time' though it's easy to do so. We take a trip down memory lane and talk about everything from the 69 Boys, to the Quad City D.J.'s, to Sisqo, and Nnekay has a theory about how Party Lines, may have been the birth to social media. James goes across the pond in his korner to investigate is the grass really greener on the other side in terms of POC (or as they call it B.A.M.E. Black, Asian, Minority, Ethnic) visibility in U.K. media? Should James move to the U.K. to become a big hit actor? What's with all those period dramas? Where is the non-white representation? Does it accurately reflect the truth about the U.K., and it's history? It's Fashion week, and Nnekay the fashionista is going to tell us who's in, and who's out, when it comes to designers using the runway to challenge the zeitgeist, and get political! Nnekay chooses a side between Tyra and Namoi Campbell. We also discuss some interesting topics from the Minority Korner Kids Playground Facebook group about how to combat racism, and femphobia on dating apps, and reverse sexism- is it a thing? Also Mariah Carey doesn't understand how your desk job works- so don't try explaining it to her. All this in more on our 69th episode: GET NASTY!
The road to Wrestlemania is far from stable!
Will Bray Wyatt’s opponent for the WWE Title be Luke Harper and AJ Styles? Who will hold the Universal Title after Kevin Owens and Goldberg face each other? Is Naomi out of Wrestlemania completely?
Hal and Danielle are going to break down some of the biggest points of contention as we move towards the WWE’s biggest event of the year.
Then, Mike Eagle joins the show to discuss one of the under-discussed points of professional wrestling: The fashion.
The Three Count:
Danielle put over Rusev’s impression of Dusty Rhodes on the Talk is Jericho podcast.
Mike (and Julian) put over The Usos’ promo on Smackdown.
Hal put over Luke Harper’s promo on Smackdown.
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Hello Cool Kids! Boy oh boy, have we got a big one for you! OVER TWO HOURS OF TRENDING NEWS COVERAGE! Last week, we barely skimmed the surface of Pewdiepie. This week, we researched over 25 sources to bring you the most in-depth analysis of the situation we could muster! We cover a series of stories in this week's Trumpdate ranging from questions about anti-semitism to non-existent Swedish events. To round out this week's episode, we give you all the info that's fit to print(?) about the recent events surrounding Milo Yiannopoulos! All that, plus the Wi-Five of the Week! Enjoy and don't forget to share!
This week on One Bad Mother, Living arrangements! Guest host John Roderick joins to talk about the rather non-traditional family set up he shares with the mother of his child, plus we check in with Theresa who is still on maternity leave and Biz isn’t sure long weekends are all they are cracked up to be.
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Opening theme: Summon the Rawk, Kevin MacLeod (http://incompetech.com)
Ones and Zeros, Awesome, Beehive Sessions (http://awesomeinquotes.com, also avail on iTunes)
Mom Song, Adira Amram, Hot Jams For Teens (http://adiraamram.com, avail on iTunes)
Telephone, Awesome, Beehive Sessions (http://awesomeinquotes.com, also avail on iTunes)
Closing music: Mama Blues, Cornbread Ted and the Butterbeans
Taako makes some fashionable friends. Merle does some wordplay. Magnus remembers.
This week Bryan discusses his tv binge watching, while Erin shares her story of courage by going to the farmers market in the rain. Also, video ads for a conversion therapy ministry have been popping up on LGBTQ Facebook feeds, and James Green a now former GOP county official of Utah decided it was a good idea to criticize an equal pay bill because he still believes women belong in the home. Plus, guest Dan Bucatinsky is back to discuss his former retail career, the tragedy of using fluorescent lighting on a gay man in his 40s, and his new tv show “24: Legacy” airing Monday nights on FOX.
Follow Dan on Twitter and Instagram @danbucatinsky