Hosts Dave Holmes and Matt McConkey grill LGBT celebrities on what they’re loving, and who they’re loving. This queer comedy party celebrates pop culture obsessions and interrogates guests on their personal experiences with dating, sex and love.
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This week the legendary Isaac Mizrahi joins Matt and Dave to discuss cute glasses, NYT crossword and obituaries, criticism and not being able view/listen to your own work, A Little Night Music, St. Louis, Ann Reinking, dying in your sleep, Unzipped, the 90s and abs, working on your craft and knowing your history, Rosemary's Baby, The Red Shoes, Uncovering THE NAKED CITY, Greta Gerwig, how you don’t *have* to go back home and make things right - fuck your family, I.M. Memoir, dating in the 80s and 90s, meeting his husband while walking his dog, living in separate homes or rooms than your significant other, and Isaac's show Isaac@CafeCarlyle TONIGHT!
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Tom DeTrinis and Drew Droege
The hilarious Tom DeTrinis and Drew Droege join Matt and Dave to dish about 2020 highlights, scuff, baking, wirecutter, toasters, microwaves, Promising Young Woman, Ma Rainey's Black Bottom and the trouble Matt’s mom has gotten into googling it, things moms say, Hamilton, theater criers, Sunday in the Park with George, The Princess and the Frog, Cats, the insane experience a theater teacher tried to teach Dave, A Face in the Crowd, Coming To America, The Invisible Man, The Hunt, Happy Birthday Doug, Making Friends, old tech rehearsal stories, the cost of education, growing up catholic and catholic high school stories, early L.A. stories, tumultuous relationships, the actor’s secret, lessons from the pandemic, Two Old Queens, and New Year’s resolutions.
This week the iconic Sandra Bernhard joins Matt and Dave to discuss what a typical day in quarantine looks like, Deadline: White House, Jeopardy, Joe’s Pub shows, Kylie Minogue’s Say Something, The Crown, The Queen’s Gambit, The Reagan’s, The Undoing, football, tennis, Without You I’m Nothing, I’m Your Woman, being creative this year, missing the studio and performing live, Sandyland, spirituality, how Sandra met her partner, post-COVID vacation plans and the separation of the intellectual and anti-intellectual.
The hilarious Matteo Lane joins Matt and Dave this week to discuss how gyms are disinfecting, Fortnite (from the very beginning), what the internet should be called, not getting the news from the news, drawing, Top of The Pops, Mariah, the Divas of the early aughts, Matteo’s opera background, Maria Callas, Barbra Streisand, Cleo Laine, Judy Garland and Renée Zellweger in Judy, Liza and Liza impressions, long distance love in the pandemic, not traveling this year, choosing career over dating, and being a workaholic.
This week Matt and Dave welcome the one, the only Judy Gold to the show to discuss The Queen’s Gambit, Rachel Ray and Maddow, Maude, Golden Girls, The Mary Tyler Moore Show, other people's homes, what’s it like having Judy Gold as your mom, summers in Provincetown, the generational difference in coming out and why it’s crucial to know the history, how she met her partner Elysa, analyzing comics, the serendipitous timing of the pandemic, everyone in Judy’s life getting COVID, Peloton, practicing the piano, what it’s like in NYC right now, rage at this administration, and being more civic-minded.
This week Matt and Dave welcome the fantastic Michael Kennedy (co-writer of Freaky, available TODAY on demand!) They discuss Micheal’s new dog, quitting his day job, Married with Children, The Haunting by Bly Manor, Hannibal, Scream Two, how his movie Freaky came to be and the steps that lead to it, imposter syndrome, sobriety, dating sober and the difference in the people you choose, how he got into the horror genre and the connection to being bullied, and the thing Dave can't stop thinking about when he watches horror movies.
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These are the kind of gents I need in my life, along with their guests. This is a beautiful representation of talent in our community, and I beam with pride.
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I look forward to waking up every Friday to the end of the week served with a homolicious cheery on top in the form of Matt and Dave’s warm witty and oft hilarious Podcast. Thoughtful yet light-hearted, earnest yet self- deprecating. The twosome along with their guests dive into some of my favourite topics, growing up gay, coming out and dating in the 99 and the 2010s (Juvenile reference).
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