101 episodes

This is a podcast about apologies. Each week, our hosts unpack the latest and greatest in Twitter gaffes, petty beef, and not-so-subtle shade. Forgive? Forget? Or cancel? Listen to comedians Hoja Lopez, Mohanad Elshieky, and Kiki Monique process our public and personal controversies together. Let’s debate when to let stuff go and when to say #ImSorry. 

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I'm Sorry Lemonada

    • Society & Culture
    • 4.5 • 388 Ratings

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This is a podcast about apologies. Each week, our hosts unpack the latest and greatest in Twitter gaffes, petty beef, and not-so-subtle shade. Forgive? Forget? Or cancel? Listen to comedians Hoja Lopez, Mohanad Elshieky, and Kiki Monique process our public and personal controversies together. Let’s debate when to let stuff go and when to say #ImSorry. 

Click the following link to subscribe to I'm Sorry Premium, and get access to an extra I'm Sorry episode with your favorite hosts every week: https://anchor.fm/imsorrypremium/subscribe

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    Listen Now: The High Life with Ricki Lake

    Listen Now: The High Life with Ricki Lake

    Hosted by Emmy-winning talk show host Ricki Lake, The High Life brings us into Ricki’s blissed-out world of joy and pleasure, featuring conversations with compelling guests who have cracked the code to living a full and vibrant life. Join Ricki as she continues her lifelong journey of self-reinvention by talking to friends and experts in the realm of healing, health and wellness such as Olympian Alexi Pappas, journalist and psychedelics expert Ernesto Londoño, and death doula Alua Arthur. She’ll tackle topics like biohacking, tantric sex, somatic therapy, crystals, astrology, and clairvoyance. The High Life with Ricki Lake is a lighthearted dive into living your best life at any age.
    You’re about to hear a clip of the first episode of The High Life, where Ricki joins Olympian Alexi Pappas as they talk about losing loved ones to suicide, opting into life, and how Alexi regained her footing after her Olympic win and ensuing battle with her mental health. 
    To hear more of The High Life with Ricki Lake head to: https://lemonada.lnk.to/TheHighLifewithRickiLakefd 
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    • 8 min
    Reckoning with Pop Culture with Aisha Harris, Postpartum Progress, Regal Beagles

    Reckoning with Pop Culture with Aisha Harris, Postpartum Progress, Regal Beagles

    A new pill could help hundreds of thousands of women who suffer from postpartum depression each year. Thousands of beagles are celebrating one year of freedom after being rescued from an inhumane breeding facility. And V chats with NPR culture critic Aisha Harris about her new book, “Wannabe: Reckonings with the Pop Culture That Shapes Me,” and what it means to be a critical consumer of pop culture media.
    Follow Aisha Harris @craftingmystyle on Twitter and @aha88 on Instagram.
    Keep up with V on TikTok @underthedesknews and on Twitter @VitusSpehar. And stay up to date with us on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram at @LemonadaMedia. 
    Lemonada and Apple Books have teamed up for an audiobook club. This month's pick is "Wannabe: Reckonings with the Pop Culture That Shapes" by Aisha Harris. Learn more at www.apple.co/lemonadabooks. 
    For a list of current sponsors and discount codes for this and every other Lemonada show, go to lemonadamedia.com/sponsors.
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    • 56 min
    Great Art, Bad People with Claire Dederer, River Rights, Greening Up Gaming

    Great Art, Bad People with Claire Dederer, River Rights, Greening Up Gaming

    A deluge of money is streaming into the southwest to incentivize people to save the Colorado River. The long-awaited video game “Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom” has gamers talking about their carbon footprint. Then, what are we to do with art we love made by people we don’t? V chats with author and critic Claire Dederer, whose latest book, Monsters: A Fan’s Dilemma, explores our relationship with music, films, and other art in the wake of #MeToo. Can we, and should we, separate the art from the artist?
    Note: This conversation contains mention of abuse. If you think this will be hard or harmful to listen to, you can turn off the episode after the first commercial break.
    Follow Claire at @clairedederer on Instagram and Twitter.  
    Keep up with V on TikTok at @underthedesknews and on Twitter at @VitusSpehar. And stay up to date with us on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram at @LemonadaMedia. 
    Apple Books has teamed up with Lemonada Media for an audiobook club. The May pick, Monsters: A Fan's Dilemma by Claire Dederer, is a highly topical and blisteringly smart examination of whether we can separate artists from their art, asking: what are the responsibilities that come with being a fan? For more details, visit http://apple.co/lemonadabooks
    For a list of current sponsors and discount codes for this and every other Lemonada show, go to lemonadamedia.com/sponsors.
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    • 53 min
    Introducing Pop Culture Happy Hour

    Introducing Pop Culture Happy Hour

    We're sharing an episode from a podcast we love called Pop Culture Happy Hour. In this episode, Aisha Harris talks to Brittany Luse and Odie Henderson about the three-decade run of the Maury Povich show and the end of an era as he retires. Listen to Pop Culture Happy Hour wherever you get your podcasts.
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    • 19 min
    Listen to This: Stressing in My Flesh Suit (with Mike Birbiglia)

    Listen to This: Stressing in My Flesh Suit (with Mike Birbiglia)

    If you like I’m Sorry, we think you’ll LOVE Funny Cuz It’s True with Elyse Myers. In this episode, Mike Birbiglia joins Elyse to talk about his new Broadway show “The Old Man and The Pool,” and how he makes a show about death and mortality funny. Mike gets into his creative process around joke writing, like how he got underneath the meaning behind a joke about his car accident and a drunk driver. Plus, he tells Elyse why he thinks performing comedy is like stripping.
     
    Each week on Funny Cuz It’s True, host Elyse Myers sits down with her favorite creators, friends and comedians to find the stories that have stuck with them and changed their lives in small ways. Not so funny moments that have become funny over time. She wants to know how they handled these situations and learned to laugh about them years later. How do they do it? Great question, I’d love to tell you (but you have to listen to find out). 
     
    For more Funny Cuz It’s True, click here: https://link.chtbl.com/funnycuzitstruewithelysemyers. 
     
    Please note, this show contains mature themes and may not be appropriate for all listeners. 
     
    You can find out more about our show @lemonadamedia on all social platforms, or follow us on Instagram @imsorry_podcast. 
     
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    • 41 min
    Listen to This: Let’s Talk About Sex, Baby! with Margaret Cho

    Listen to This: Let’s Talk About Sex, Baby! with Margaret Cho

    The team behind I’m Sorry is so excited to share Raised by Ricki, hosted by Ricki Lake herself alongside TV personality and digital creator Kalen Allen. In this episode, iconic comedian, actress, and musician Margaret Cho joins Ricki and Kalen to talk about sex work, sex positivity, and how society’s views on all things sex have evolved since the 90s. She talks about her time as a phone sex worker, how working at a leather dildo shop kickstarted her LGBTQIA+ advocacy, and her memories of how The Ricki Lake Show handled sex-related topics in the 90s – and what she thinks a Ricki Lake Show episode about sex work would look like today.
     
    In the 1990s, a generation of kids, teens, and young adults got home, kicked off their sneakers, and settled down in front of the TV to watch Ricki Lake. Raised By Ricki revisits the 90s iconic talk show, The Ricki Lake Show, and the era to which it belonged. Part rewatch podcast, part cultural retrospective, and mostly hilarious, join Ricki and Kalen each week along with cultural icons like John Waters, Rosie O’Donnell, and Andy Cohen, past producers, former guests, former audience members and more. Drop your backpack at the door, pop a Hot Pocket in the microwave, and look back on the days where we were all raised by Ricki – and introduce her to a whole new generation today. 
     
    For more Raised By Ricki, click here: https://link.chtbl.com/RaisedbyRickiPodcast. 
     
    Please note, this show contains mature themes and may not be appropriate for all listeners. 
     
    You can find out more about our show @lemonadamedia on all social platforms, or follow us on Instagram @imsorry_podcast. 
     
    Click this link for a list of current sponsors and discount codes for this show and all Lemonada shows: https://lemonadamedia.com/sponsors/ 
     
    Joining Lemonada Premium is a great way to support our show and get bonus content. Subscribe today at bit.ly/lemonadapremium. 
     
    For additional resources, information, and a transcript of the episode, visit lemonadamedia.com.
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    • 40 min

Customer Reviews

4.5 out of 5
388 Ratings

388 Ratings

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The first one I did in my life is the first time

The first one I did is the same thing I had before and I had no clue how it would be different than a regular

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