Thanksgiving may be over, but we've only just begun to live...and talk. Kinky Boots causes an UP(Katy Perry's)ROAR for existing in the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade, 12 year old Vanessa Van Dyke breaks her school's handbook by having hair, and Bryan and Erin talk with the human version of one-dimensional feminist icon Lisa Simpson, Yeardley Smith.
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We're back this week with a review of Robert Rodriguez's Desperado, which has nothing to do with the song by the Eagles, as far as we can tell. Plus, we're joined by Pop Culture Happy Hour's Glen Weldon to chat about the Movie That Made Him, and we'll help you make the most of this holiday season by suggesting some excellent, sophisticated movie/food pairings.
For next week's show, we'll be watching Olympus Has Fallen, which is available now on Netflix Watch Instant.
Biz and Theresa discuss social media and parenting, from over-sharing to privacy settings to ignoring the fear that the internet is going to ruin your child's life. (I know my child is a genius but I did post that picture of her shitting in the tub, soooooo...life ruined?) Biz suggests the best way to get over the fear of not always being there for your child is to sit on them...forever. And, we talk with author and blogger Kelle Hampton, who learned when she gave birth to a daughter with Down syndrome that honesty is the best tool a parent has.
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Opening theme: Summon the Rawk, Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
Ones and Zeros, Awesome, Beehive Sessions (http://awesomeinquotes.com, also avail on iTunes)
Mom Song, Adira Amran, Hot Jams For Teens (www.adiraamram.com, available on iTunes)
Telephone, Awesome, Beehive Sessions (http://awesomeinquotes.com, also avail on iTunes)
Closing music: Mama Blues, Cornbread Ted and the Butterbeans (www.cornbreadted.com)
The mysterious hiatus is over and Dave's bandages have been removed as episode 80 of Dave Hill's Podcasting Incident is here like a goddamn freight train. This time around I sit down with Damien Neva from Next Model Management for one of the most glamorous episodes yet. Get your shit together as Damien and I sit down to discuss topics including but not limited to what I need to do to take my modeling career to the next level, how hard it is to get a decent cappucino in America, what male models talk about in their most private of moments, that shithole Milan, Drakkar Noir, how he hates the smell of pancakes, and about 500 other topics most people can't handle. In short, this one pretty much has everything, including my secretary Shaina Feinberg and Ian Ball's Hot Jamz. For more information on this podcast and other important Dave-related topics, please visit my website at www.davehillonline.com. Also, follow me on Twitter at @mrdavehill. I really need this.
Dave hosts, house band is Valley Lodge. Full line-up TBA
Friends Brittany and Reg bring their case before the court. On an amble through a cemetery after Christmas, Brittany found hundreds of potted Christmas trees left graveside. She saw that they weren't being cared for, and hoping to save them from the trash, took the trees and replanted them elsewhere. Her friend Reg says this is tantamount to grave-robbing since it was done without permission. He insists that Brittany was wrong to take the trees, no matter her intention. Who's right? Who's wrong?
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FOD’s Throwing Shade #20 featuring the incomparable Yeardley Smith is now live!
Everyone is confused this week: Erin tries to wrap her brain around American Horror Story, Bryan can’t understand why twitter wasn’t thankful for Kinky Boots, and special guest Yeardley Smith asks why anyone wouldn’t want to wear gold lame and ride camels. It’s like a conversation with your great aunt, except afterwards you won’t feel sad inside!