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.
Mattawoman Beantown Road
We’re a day late and a dollar short, but we’re still delivering all the fun, including Kayne is now officially Ye; “Halloween Kills” slays at the box office; Prince Charles’ car runs on old wine and cheese; “Wonder Woman” is curiously coming back for a third go; Banksy’s $24 million shredded artwork; Madonna is a rude bitch; the Queen gives up her daily martini; Nutter Butter cookies are on the endangered list; Vincent Price’s big “Thriller” mistake; and, lots more pop culture sillines
Gender Neutral Toothbrushes & French Benefits
What are gender neutral toothbrushes, California?; Kim Kardashian actually kills on “Saturday Night Live;” McDonald’s gifts teachers healthy breakfast items; Kellogg’s employees’ curious strike; fun “Halloween Kills,” “Scream,” and “Succession” news; should Madonna stop with her art projects?; why are Dunkin’ Donuts Halloween costumes a thing?; K-Cups are kinda bad; and, lots of other pop culture news and views from Dale & Scott. What could be better than that?
Eleven Years and Going…Somewhere
On the 11th anniversary of our very first episode, we’re talking about our trip to the Outer Banks; our visit with the Kopps of Virginia Beach after 28 years; Captain Kirk is finally going to space; someone buys the Folgers’ jingle; Eminem opens a spaghetti restaurant; Walmart hits poor people; a Danish artist makes a brilliant move; the “Game of Thrones” prequel gets a first look; actress/reality star Lisa Rinna gets sued for posting photos of herself; and, much more pop culture silliness.
Hold My Beer
Dale & Scott are breaking down the huge Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas news; the Eiffel Tower’s copyright claim; AMC theaters hire Nicole Kidman to win back audiences; Disney is scared they might lose their Avengers characters; SNL returns this weekend with most of the cast in place; we’re diggin’ Showtime’s “American Rust;” a couple gets kicked out FOR wearing a mask; local governments are making restaurants pay dearly; and the stores might not have toilet paper but they have holiday decorations.
I Wanna Talk About Douche Bags
We’re welcoming the fall equinox and talking about Emmys’ big mess; why the next “The Walking Dead” episode scared us silly; more Facebook/Instagram controversy is brewing; Macy’s Thanksgiving parade will be back; KFC sued over scalding gravy; Taco Bell has a taco-a-day scheme; “Cops” revived and “TMZ” acquired by FOX; douches continue to take their COVID frustrations out on innocent folks; and, “The Nightmare Before Christmas” hits the stage. Plus, more pop culture silliness from Dale
Whiskey Tango Foxtrot
Dale and Scott are talking about Britney’s new freedom ring; a Bob Ross controversy; the California political shit-show; no one will stop placing bets on the next James Bond; Bill Maher, Pat Sajak, and Vanna White will continue; Roomba can now detect poop; a woman calls in a bomb threat in order to catch her plane; you can go to a real Queen’s Ball as seen on “Bridgerton;” and, lots more pop culture silliness.
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