Welcome to Tell Me What You Know, a weekly podcast that challenges each host to tell the other what they know about selected topics. You'll quickly find out that the only thing these two are sure of is that they know very little. Often wrong, but never in doubt.
On today’s episode of TMWYK, we’re talking South Park. The irreverent animated comedy starring four Fourth graders from South Park, Colorado has been making us laugh for more than 23 years. We’ll discuss the Spirit of Christmas, the impetus for making South Park in the first place, as well as take a look into the process of creating an episode in just 6 days. We’ll wind down with a look into Matt Stone and Trey Parker’s other bodies of work, including an Oscar nominated movie and a 9x Tony Award winning musical. Finally, we’ll end the show with a contentious draft of our favorite South Park characters. This is TMWYK.
On today’s episode of Tell Me What You Know we’re talking about, you guessed it, BALLS. With a very broad definition, we’ll draft our favorite balls and touch on a brief history of how the modern ball was made and how it used to be made. We don’t call it a pigskin for nothin’. We certainly don’t drop the ball on this one but this episode is meant for listeners whose balls have dropped. This is Tell Me What You Know.
On this episode of Tell Me What You Know, we’re looking at the good ole days of hair metal. Some of you might not like where we draw the lines on metal but you’re gonna have to deal with it because we want to talk about Ozzy, Leppard, Poison, and Halen. These bands created songs with the ability to take you back in time to your 18th birthday, strap you in the driver’s seat of Chevelle, and make you feel like you can run through a brick wall. With the passing of Eddie Van Halen, we’ll take you through their origins playing venues up and down the west coast before scoring their big break and putting out hits like Panama, Jump, and Hot for Teacher. Sit down. Shut up. This is Tell Me What You Know.
Saturday Night Live
On this episode of TMWYK, we’re, of course, talking about Saturday Night Live. SNL just kicked off it’s 46th season, making it one of the longest running television programs in history. We’ll take a look back at some of the all-star casts, discuss some favorite sketches and cold opens, as well as musical guests. For the last 45 years, SNL has been serving up sketches dealing with pop-culture, politics, and more. Without further ado, this is TMWYK!
On this episode of Tell Me What You Know we’re getting spooky and talking about all things Halloween. We’ll dive in to a bit of history touching on how we all came to be carving pumpkins, knocking on stranger’s doors demanding candy, and dressing up in our scariest, funniest, or sexiest costumes. October 31 marks the date of this divisive celebration that either compels you to go buy dry ice and scare all the pre-teens in your neighborhood or to deadlock your door and curl up in a warm blanket with a cup of pumpkin spiced coffee till November 1. The draft for this week will include: favorite candy to receive trick or treating, worst candy to receive trick or treating, best scary movie, best solo costume, and best group costume. Go buy a bag or two of your favorite candy and don’t get too scared. Welcome to Tell Me What You Know.
We break open the toy chests for a little trip down memory lane. We start with a draft, selecting our favorite toys from childhood. Then we’ll move on to a talk about the Toy Hall of Fame and the finalists for the upcoming induction ceremony in November of this year. Finally, we’ll take a trip through time, discussing some of the most notable toys from the 1970’s through the first decade of the new millennium. Put down your GameBoys and Furbys, it’s time for Tell Me What You Know.
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