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.
Rumors, Innuendo, and a Few Facts
We celebrate television icon Betty White’s 99th birthday; Biden won’t be allowed to bring his dangerous Peloton to the White House; should controversial people be erased from past movies?; Ralph Lauren cancels golfer Justin Thomas; Disney 86’s annual passes; a law firm is giving away a Valentine’s Day divorce; we now have a glass-blowing competition show; the classic movie roles Michelle Pfeffer declined (like Sharon Stone’s character in “Basic Instinct); and, so much more pop culture silliness.
Forgotten Pears & Extraordinary G******s
We’ve got breaking “I Love Lucy” movie news; a “Home Alone” themed AirBnB you can rent; Denmark launches a kid’s program about a man with the world’s biggest penis; will Disney 86 Trump from The Hall of Presidents?; Martha Stewart forgot to pick her pears; television’s most iconic vehicles; CBS ditches “Lucky Dog” host Brandon McMillan for bucks; more “Sex and the City” is coming; Roku buys Quibi’s content; we have a new movie giveaway; and, so much more pop culture news and views.
Blood, Sweat, and Peanut Butter
Dale & Scott are talking about Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson’s obsession with peanut butter; Jennifer Aniston’s Christmas ornament controversy; James “Scotty” Doohan’s ashes go to space; the bonkers tale of actress Tanya Robert’s misdiagnosed death; a castaway dies of COVID; Mandalorian tea is a thing; “Hell’s Kitchen” returns to Las Vegas; “Call Me Kat” is annoying; “Let Them All Talk” is fascinating; and, much more pop culture fun.
The Last One of 2020
To wrap up the worst year ever, we’re talkin’ about the hot mess that is “Wonder Woman 1984;” Christopher Walken’s freedom from devices; Tiffany Haddish’s interns; a new “Sex and the City” series; the loss of Gramma; the $30 million YouTube kid; what to eat for good luck; MJ’s Neverland ranch finally sells; all the new Christmas Day streaming fare, and much, much more.
A Very Swishy Christmas
For our Christmas episode, we’re talking about how Disney World photoshops masks onto maskless ride riders for a buck; there’s an amazingly realistic “Home Alone” gingerbread house; we find out that the “Jeopardy!” host has more power than we thought; Kevin from “The Office” is the top earner on Cameo; we memorialize all the celebrities we lost in 2020; we have a DVD giveaway to announce; KFC sponsors a Lifetime movie; Christmas-colored candy corn is a yucky thing; and, more Christmas sillin
A Cavalcade of Consternation
We’ve got news about Nic Cage’s swear words series; Howard Stern re-ups for $120M a year; Cody Simpson is now an Olympian; DJ Earworm’s 2020 mashup has dropped; we announce TWO movie giveaways; a deranged man dances on an airliner’s wing; HBO wants to reboot “True Blood;” “Office Space” is honored in “The Mandalorian;” our favorite shows are finally back in production; and, so much more silliness.
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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