23 episodes

Let Rob and Robbie take you on a hysterical, rainbow filled journey through all the movies, tv shows, books, musicals, and personalities that have helped shape the LGBTQ+ community.

Gay Card Revoke‪d‬ Robert W. Schneider and Robbie Rozelle

    • Film History
    • 5.0 • 24 Ratings

Let Rob and Robbie take you on a hysterical, rainbow filled journey through all the movies, tv shows, books, musicals, and personalities that have helped shape the LGBTQ+ community.

    TALLULAH BANKHEAD

    TALLULAH BANKHEAD

    Hello, darlings! Today we Rob and Robbie become the students as they learn about the life of queer icon Tallulah Bankhead, whose outspokenness on sex, love, queerness, and feminism were light years ahead of her time.
    Joining the boys is Tony nominee and Broadway legend Lee Roy Reams, who not only does a fabulous Tallulah impression, but was the first openly gay actor to play an openly gay role in a musical. Lee Roy dishes on Tallulah, her escapades with both sexes, her wit, her wisdom, and what she means to the queer community of elders.

    Tallulah Rides The Elevator
    Tallulah Goes To The Automat
    Liza on Larry King
    Wicked Little Town
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    Next episode: TALES OF THE CITY: A NOVEL

    • 1 hr 3 min
    JEFFREY

    JEFFREY

    In episode twenty-one of Gay Card Revoked, Rob and Robbie look at Paul Rudnick, Patron Saint of 90s Gay Movies, and his incredible 1993 story JEFFREY, about a gay man who decides it's easier to be alone than to be in love.....until he meets the dreamy, HIV+ Steve.
    Joining the boys is Bryan Batt, who played Darius in the play and film version of Jeffrey, and is best known for his performance as the closeted art director Sal on AMC's Mad Men. The boys discuss the ability to laugh during a pandemic, why Kathy Najimy is a National Treasure, how Bryan got the role of Darius, what it was like riding a van with Sir Patrick Stewart, the Who's-Who of cameos that appear in this film, dancing a hoe-down with Christine "Good Work, Kalinda" Baranski, and why this movie's message of hope still resonates today!
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    Next episode: Tallulah Bankhead

    • 57 min
    THE NANNY

    THE NANNY

    On episode twenty of Gay Card Revoked, Rob and Robbie get some joie d' vivre (watch out CC!) and revisit one of the funniest television series in the canon of mandatory LGBTQIA+ media: The Nanny starring Fran Drescher.
    The boys invite The Fran Fine Fashion Database curator, Eva, onto the show to discuss the iconic theme song, Fran Drescher's love of Lucille Ball, Lucy's love of Xmas gifts, how Rob witnessed a Nanny wedding, Robbie's beautiful celebration of Niles' shade-throwing, the iconic fashions of Grandma Yetta, and empowering the fringes of society!
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    Next episode: JEFFREY

    LINKS FROM TODAY'S EPISODE

    Brenda Cooper

    What Fran Wore

    Collecting The Nanny

    • 56 min
    THE FIRST WIVES CLUB

    THE FIRST WIVES CLUB

    On episode nineteen of Gay Card Revoked, Rob and Robbie join Brenda, Elise, and Annie as they reclaim their time from their loutish ex-husbands in the 90s gay totem that inspired young gays all over the world to live by the motto "Don't Get Mad. Get Everything.": The First Wives Club
    Joining the podcast is longtime listener, first time caller, writer Kasey RT Graham who walks the boys through Bette Midler's acting style, Stockard Channing's definitive performances, Diane Keaton's love of layers, which of the ex-husbands might be fun to fool around with, the wit and wisdom of Maggie Smith, and the off-screen shenanigans of Bette, Diane, and Goldie!
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    Next Week: The Nanny

    • 44 min
    HOLIDAYS WITH THE HO HO HOMOS

    HOLIDAYS WITH THE HO HO HOMOS

    Happy Holidays from your neighborhood Kweens of Christmas!

    Rob and Robbie spread holidays cheer by looking back on their television holiday traditions, their Must See TV during the month of December (including twink elves, the butch queen fantasy of Alice the Maid, Judy Garland's hatred of Mel Torme, etc) and how we can all don our gay apparel in 2021!

    Playlist:

    Bob Hope Is Jack Frost
    A Muppet Family Christmas
    A Very Brady Christmas
    Rudolph The Red Nose Reindeer
    Married: With Children
    Mr. Magoo's Christmas Carol
    Patti LaBelle: Where Are My Background Singers
    The Nanny: Oy To The World
    Judy Garland Christmas Special
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    Fran Fine Fashion on Instagram

    • 47 min
    I LOVE LUCY

    I LOVE LUCY

    I Love Lucy and so do we the Rob and Robbie. They take a look at the pioneer of comedy and her television show that created the face of television: Lucille Ball's sitcom I Love Lucy.
    Guiding the boys back to the 1950s is acclaimed actor/playwright Ryan J. Haddad as he serenades them with a bit of Edie Adams' That's All, reflects on how Lucy and the gang informed his skills as an actor and writer, why Lucille Ball is a gay icon, and the secret life of Mrs. Trumbull.
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    Next Week: Rob and Robbie look at their favorite Holiday Specials!

    • 58 min

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
24 Ratings

24 Ratings

bertobob ,

I haven’t reviewed this yet!?

First of all, the topics are always excellent.

But, honestly, I’d listen to Rob & Robbie discuss the alphabet. Their chemistry, their impressions, & their humor have me on the floor with every new episode. Amazing & hilarious!

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Love this podcast

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DerWachtelschlagFliegender ,

Great concept and hosts

Rob and Robbie really balance each other out as podcast hosts. I have enjoyed all the episodes so far. I would recommend to anyone who likes talking about books, movies, and TV or as an addition to anyone's queerentine.

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