16 episodes

Ladies Love Paul Rudd, it’s a fact. Amy Pascale and Larissa Chapman are discussing all things Paul Rudd, and we’re going to feminine and feminist-gaze the hell out of him while doing so.

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    • TV & Film
    • 4.8, 27 Ratings

Ladies Love Paul Rudd, it’s a fact. Amy Pascale and Larissa Chapman are discussing all things Paul Rudd, and we’re going to feminine and feminist-gaze the hell out of him while doing so.

    Episode 16: Anchorman with Nezka Pfeifer

    Episode 16: Anchorman with Nezka Pfeifer

    Today, we appreciate the hell out of Paul Rudd in Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy (2004) with Nezka Pfeifer. There was not nearly enough Paul Rudd in this movie, but there’s a lot of Baxter, who needs his own film franchise. Larissa is kind of appalled at the fact that Amy and Nezka haven’t seen this movie before, Nezka explains how the orthodontia headgear gave her unexpected PTSD, and Amy reveals that she has two Beverly Hills 90210 novelizations, which sends the podcast into a “We Love Brenda/Shannen Doherty” rabbit hole that it might never recover from.

    Three important lessons:

    + Watching Anchorman is far more important than going to college classes when it comes to longterm life success.

    + Afternoon Delight is not officially about having an affair, nor is it about going down on your band members.

    + Larissa is a far better person than Amy, but they both will take down Kelly Taylor lovers.

    Follow Nezka

    @AskNezka

    Come feminine gaze with us! https://www.facebook.com/ladieslovepaulrudd/

    Twitter: @LLPaulRudd

    Follow Amy: @amypop

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    • 1 hr 8 min
    Episode 15: The Greatest Event in Television History with Gena Radcliffe

    Episode 15: The Greatest Event in Television History with Gena Radcliffe

    Today, we appreciate the hell out of Paul Rudd in The Greatest Event in Television History (2012-2014) with Gena Radcliffe. This four-episode series recreating the opening credits of Simon & Simon, Hart to Hart, Too Close for Comfort and Bosom Buddies was such unexpected Pure Paul Rudd Bliss that we recommend this as the cure for all your ills. It stars Adam Scott, Jon Hamm, Paul Scheer, Amy Poehler, Catherine O’Hara, Kathryn Hahn, Jon Glaser, Jason Mantzoukas, June Diane Raphael, Chelsea Peretti, Tom Hanks, Peter Scolari Billy Joel, Horatio Sanz, and Jeff Probst. Our discussion covers a lot of 70s and 80s essentials, including Amy and Gena explaining Battle of the Network Stars and Hollywood Squares to the young Australian, and Gena explains her adoration of Tom Hanks as his career arced from playing a f*****y to salt-of-the-Earth characters. Amy shows off her impressive, yet fairly useless skill of recalling actors in TV shows, and Larissa finds her new purpose in life and it’s quite possibly the best purpose anyone has ever had, ever.

    Three important lessons:

    + Brenda and Dylan FOREVER. That’s it, that’s all you need to know. We will fight you if you try to disagree, really, really we will. (Stay tuned for our “We Hate Kelly Taylor” podcast.)

    + Round the Twist is the second Australian national anthem and the only true way to confirm if someone is Australian: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KPxJ6RR40ZU

    + Jeff Probst is an unexpected delight and we all adore him now.

    Most non-TGEITH references we make in this episode:

    Rob Lowe, Patrick Swayze and C. Thomas Howell in The Outsiders, Facts of Life, Beverly Hills 90210, Knight Rider and April, The A-Team and Amy, Ann Jillian and Jennifer Slept Here, the length of opening credits, television network marketing, M*A*S*H, The Bob Newhart Show and Newhart, Dear John, Girls, Sex and the City, Golden Girls, Who’s the Boss and Alyssa Milano, How Did This Get Made, June Diane Raphael’s crush on Vin Diesel, Law & Order, Dukes of Hazzard, Daisy Duke doll, Game of Thrones, Westworld, Justified, Friends, Big Bang Theory, King of Queens, Kevin Can Wait, Battle of the Network Stars, Circus of the Network Stars, Dancing with the Stars, Greg Evigan and My Two Dads, Malcom Jamal-Warner, Telly Savalas, Welcome Back Kotter and Horseshack and Gabe Kaplan, Melissa Sue Anderson and Little House on the Prairie, Brian Robbins and Head of the Class, Hollywood Squares, Paul Linde, Phyllis Diller and Fang, The West Wing, Family Ties, Round the Twist, Manimal, Pee-Wee’s Big Adventure, Jackie Earl Hayley, Buffy, Zach Galifianakis, Dead Pilots Society, John Hodgman 

    Read Gena’s thoughts on 70s and 80s TV:

    https://tuneintonight.wordpress.com/

    Listen to Gena’s Kill by Kill Podcast:

    @killbykillpod

    https://www.facebook.com/killbykillpodcast/

    Come feminine gaze with us! https://www.facebook.com/ladieslovepaulrudd/

    Twitter: @LLPaulRudd

    Follow Amy: @amypop

    Rate and Review us on iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/ladies-love-paul-rudd/id1188475576

    The Greatest Event in Television History:

    Simon and Simon: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sX1kCun566k

    Hart to Hart: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IFEwRliQNqY

    Too Close for Comfort: https://www.youtube.com/watch?

    • 1 hr 25 min
    Episode 14: Forgetting Sarah Marshall with Emily Bennett

    Episode 14: Forgetting Sarah Marshall with Emily Bennett

     Today, we appreciate the hell out of Paul Rudd in Forgetting Sarah Marshall (2008) with Emily Bennett. We mostly loved this movie, a sweet and honest romantic comedy after a heart-wrenching break-up based on several of Jason Segel’s own break-ups. Kristen Bell is amazing as always, Jack McBrayer steals every scene he’s in, and Paul Rudd is so damn attractive that he rocks a visor better than anyone should be able to and gives good advice about what to do with lemons. However, Sarah Marshall is not a bitch and that’s one big misstep in this movie that Amy is ready to throw down over.



    Three important lessons:

    + Emily loves Jason Segel on top of Paul Rudd. Set your Google Alerts for her impending slash fic.

    + Ironing clothes will make you feel like an adult in a good way, but don’t do it too often.

    + After erect vs. flaccid, please consider how much screen time the penis gets before giving a movie a final MPAA rating.

    Listen to Best Acquaintances with Emily and Ollie:

    https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/best-acquaintances-podcast/id1177124375

    Follow Best Acquaintances: @ollieandemily

    Come feminine gaze with us! https://www.facebook.com/ladieslovepaulrudd/

    Twitter: @LLPaulRudd

    Follow Amy: @amypop

    Rate and Review us on iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/ladies-love-paul-rudd/id1188475576

    • 1 hr 1 min
    Episode 13: Hudson Valley Ballers with Shannon Campe

    Episode 13: Hudson Valley Ballers with Shannon Campe

    Today, we appreciate the hell out of Paul Rudd in Hudson Valley Ballers (2013) with Shannon Campe. Our new Pure Paul Rudd Bliss Plan delivers us very scantily clad Paul Rudd, super-seductive Kate McKinnon and utter hilarity from Paula Pell and James Anderson. Shannon alerts us to the fabulousness of Paul Rudd’s calves, and how he would be the sassiest of the local drifters in our neighborhood.



    Watch Hudson Valley Ballers

    https://aboveaverage.com/watch/hudson-valley-ballers/


    Three important lessons:

    + Everyone needs a Winter Lover. EVERYONE.

    + Bed and Brunch is the Best. Idea. Ever.

    + If you have an adorable fat cat, you should dress her up and send us photos.

    Check out Shannon’s podcast, Stage of Fools

    http://shoutengine.com/StageofFools/

    https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/stage-of-fools/id1059218077

    http://www.shannon-campe.com/

    Come share the love with us!

    https://www.facebook.com/ladieslovepaulrudd/

    Twitter: @LLPaulRudd

    Follow Amy: @amypop

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    https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/ladies-love-paul-rudd/id1188475576

    • 31 min
    Episode 12: Travel Man with Amber Stewart

    Episode 12: Travel Man with Amber Stewart

    Today, we appreciate the hell out of Paul Rudd in Travel Man (2016) with Amber Stewart. Richard Ayoade takes Paul to Helsinki for 48 hours and it is the Pure Paul Rudd Bliss that we’ve been searching for. Amber reveals yet another truth about Paul Rudd: you can dare him to do anything and he’ll always accept. Plus, we discuss Tiger Dome Island, why licorice is terrible and Larissa’s plan to kidnap the Finnish president’s dog.

    Three important lessons:

    + The Richard Ayoade Fan Club works fast, and Amber will soon be ruling the world.

    + A women’s bathroom is a strange place to bring someone you’ve just met.

    + Aussies are very bold, and will double-dog dare you right off the bat.

    Watch Travel Man: 48 Hours in Helsinki

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P7Xv1gZuqZw

     

    Follow Amber: @ambrrr

    I’ve Made a Huge Mistake podcast: http://shoutengine.com/IveMadeAHugeMistake/

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    More Things We Talk About:

    The Story of Fenriz and His Cat

    https://www.theguardian.com/music/2016/nov/21/fenriz-darkthrone-black-metal-oslo-councillor-interview

    Jean Sibelius – Finlandia

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F5zg_af9b8c

    Jean Sibelius – Be Still My Soul

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hqgC1tqifV8

    President Sauli Niinistö’s dog Lennu

    http://metro.co.uk/2017/02/23/finlands-president-has-a-top-quality-dog-6467079/

    “Murdoch Mysteries” — AKA “Steampunk CSI”

    http://www.cbc.ca/murdochmysteries/

    Jonny Harris’ “Still Standing”

    http://www.cbc.ca/stillstanding/

    • 59 min
    Episode 11: The 40 Year-Old Virgin with Erin Gambrill

    Episode 11: The 40 Year-Old Virgin with Erin Gambrill

    Today, we appreciate the hell out of Paul Rudd in The 40 Year-Old Virgin (2005) with Erin Gambrill of the Ladies Who Library podcast. The 40 Year-Old Virgin is a sex-positive parallel to The Oh in Ohio, and we all loved it despite a very questionable turn towards the end. This whole film is about why all guys should be like Andy Stitzer and why everyone should be smitten with Catherine Keener. Paul Rudd is back to peak Paul Rudd-cuteness, even with a questionable haircut and his character turning into a jerk halfway through the movie. PLUS we learn about Larissa’s goal to be sexual and vaguely threatening — just like Jane Lynch.



    Of note:

    + Women’s breasts do kind of feel like they’re filled with sand.

    + Erin’s Michael McDonald impression is a thing of beauty.

    + Larissa is a terrible person who will make you listen to the same album over and over, but still hasn’t seen Grease 2.

    Check out Erin’s podcast, Ladies Who Library

    https://www.facebook.com/ladieswholibrary/

    https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/ladies-who-library/id1089369738

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    • 1 hr

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
27 Ratings

27 Ratings

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LLPR

5 stars. And 5 more every time Paul Rudd is mentioned. Omg so many stars.

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Love This Show

Today, I appreciate the hell out of Ladies Love Paul Rudd. The topic is an instant hit with me, but our wonderful hosts provide an entertaining show discussing his eclectic roles. Come for Paul Rudd, stay for Amy & Larissa.

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Paulsitively Fun and Ruddiculous !

Honestly Paul Rudd might be the greatest creation God has ever bestowed upon us. He is worthy of a podcast where he is the complete center and Larissa and Amy have made it their mission to get this done. LLPR discusses all of his work through cinema and allows us all to rediscover the magic that is this beatiful fountain of youth. If you like Paul Rudd, you will obviously love this podcast. If you don't, I don't think you were born with a soul.

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