The long-running comedy and pop culture podcast, with hosts Dale & Scott, is celebrating 10 years of commentary and news about movies, television, music, celebrities, travel, and more. From their secret underground studio to the entire world, every Tuesday.
Off We Go Into The Wild Blue Yonder
We’re celebrating Sir Richard Branson becoming an astronaut; “Succession” is coming back to HBO one last time; an “Atomic Blonde” sequel is in the works; our upcoming trip back to Las Vegas is almost here; and we bought bicycles! Plus, we’re ranting about governments buying private land; unruly airline passengers getting away with murder; and people who poop all over innovation. All that and much more pop culture news and reviews, including dissing a dead monkey.
On National Fried Chicken Day, we’re talking about Biden’s plan to make airlines refund your checked bag fees if they lose said bags; the billion dollar “Hamilton” musical receives $30 million in taxpayer funds; Richard Branson plans to beat Jeff Bezos to space; Mumford and Sons’ Winston Marshall quits so he can be political; Quentin Tarantino is still dreaming of making “Kill Bill 3;” a drag queen is dragged to jail in DC; and, much more pop culture silliness.
Here Kitty Kitty
Dale and Scott are getting on the #freebritney bandwagon and talk about those shaming the silent majority and toxic social media bullying; we clarify the Scooter Braun/Taylor Swift rift; plus, the Indian woman who wouldn’t marry her groom because he needs glasses to see; Disney is making more ride-themed movies; vampires are coming to AMC; TAB cola gets a farewell party; Harrison Ford hurts himself again; a sexy new speakeasy opens in Las Vegas; and, much more pop culture news and silliness.
Everything Doesn’t Need To Be Everything
Man, oh man, it’s tough trying to be everything these days. Even Victoria’s Secret Angels have been deemed culturally irrelevant because the new board of directors thinks underwear models need to be activists these days. Hosts Dale & Scott discuss that, plus a Backstreet Boys-NSYNC mashup; National Bring Your Dog to Work Day; Hollywood’s new Walk of Fame inductees; we remember our celebrity run-ins; and so much more pop culture news…stuff you don’t need to know about. But it’s fun stuff!
Ollie the Assh@le
We’re talking about the fast-approaching Summer Solstice; an RV living cat named Ollie the A*****e; Jimmy Buffett’s massive new resort in Manhattan; what we think they should do with unruly airline passengers; how our government leaders have lost their collective minds; people are buying invisible and intangible “art” for millions; and, so very much more pop culture craziness.
Rah, Rah, Sis Boom Bah!
We’re talking about Jeff Bezos’ personal space odyssey; Apple announces new iOS features; Tinder will start blocking people you know; cruise ships are cruising again; California’s insane vaccine lottery scheme; United Airlines to buy supersonic planes; Dolly Parton to spend $500M on a Dollywood expansion; the Avengers open at Disneyland; some are worried Amazon will ruin James Bond; more gayeties are coming; Miley Cyrus will rock out Vegas for July 4th; and, much, much more.
LOOK FORWARD TO EACH EPISODE!!!
I have been a long time loyal listener and have enjoyed the evolution of the show over the years. Dale and Scott’s opinions on current pop cultures is refreshing and spot on. If you want to listen to a fun podcast that touches on all of the current highlights from the entertainment world, this is the podcast that you should subscribe!! They have great personalities and their differences of opinions makes for an entertaining show. You will be happy that you have found this podcast!!
I'm appreciative of your efforts
Scott and Dale, on "Holy Water in a Squirt Gun" you wondered about your fans. I just love listening to you two banter on while doing my Saturday morning errands. After all these years, I'm still very appreciative of your efforts. Each of you bring such unique elements, Scott, a little more cerebral, and Dale, that laugh is so infectious (in a non-corona good way).
Funny and dry, always makes me laugh. Funny takes on pop culture