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.
Don’t Worry, Be Happy
The guys rant about the depressing so-called comedy “The Connors;” how businesses might not be able to require proof of vaccines; the ‘Ginger Assassin’ scores a 7-10 split; the Oscar nominations AGAIN don’t reflect what the people are watching; Lavar Burton’s “Jeopardy!” campaigning is shameless; The Rock contemplates a POTUS run; Justin Timberlake may have orchestrated the infamous Super Bowl ‘wardrobe malfunction;’ Tom Hanks must be so proud; and, DMX was a huge “The Golden Girls”
Going Old School
For the first episode of the 11th season, we’re talking about our trip back to Las Vegas; Apple’s inside leaker; Tik-Toc creators exposing fast food restaurants; the 17 years cicadas are coming; Fox News is getting a late night comedy show; huge “The Walking Dead” and “Young Sheldon” news; Beyonce’s public storage gets robbed; Gorilla Glue woman is pregnant; Katy Perry doesn’t shave her legs; and, OnlyFans creators can’t have public sex without permission.
Two Jokers and a Queen
Jacqueline, the German angel, joins the guys to talk Taylor Swift’s new song versions; Britney Spears is getting ALL the attention; Justin Timberlake gets out in front of PC-ism and apologizes to Britney and Janet Jackson for 20-year-old slights; Aunt Jemima’s new branding; Kevin Hart learns the hard way that everyone needs to watch their pennies; it’s not a good idea to go to sleep with your AirPods; we say goodbye to two more celebrities, Mary Wilson and Larry Flynt; and, much more craziness.
Let’s All Rant and Rave
Scott goes on an epic rant about the Super Bowl coverage; we talk about the GOAT’s salary; the miserable halftime show (who at the NFL thought The Weeknd was a good pick? — we have our choices for next year, BTW); the good and bad commercials; PLUS, we chat about Dolly Parton’s reluctancy to get political; the best states to live if you’re single; Subway defends their tunafish; and, we say goodbye to “The Sound of Music” actor Christopher Plummer.
Groundhogs Don’t Know Sh*t
We’re breaking down the sorted history of the hardly-ever-right groundhog; honor a past Swish guest, the late Cloris Leachman, with a classic clip; Peeps finally return in time for Easter with a spicy new flavor option (ole!); big brands are pre-releasing their Super Bowl ads; “Saved By the Ball” star Dustin Diamond has died; we might finally get “The Walking Dead” Rick movies; and a lot more pop culture silliness.
Dale, Scott, and Bernie
Talkin’ about the first ever Super Bowl home team advantage; Dolly Parton’s 75th birthday; Larry King passes on; Trump’s Diet Coke button removed; the Bernie Sanders meme explosion; the possibility of a DeLorean comeback; “America’s Most Wanted” to get a FOX reboot; why Jeep Wrangler owners wave at each other; the crazy Armie Hammer cannibal rumors; UHaul releases a list of the top U.S. migration states; and much more pop culture news and views with Dale and Scott.
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