This week Bryan discusses a horrid date he once had with a plastic surgeon, while Erin shares a dramatic reading of Karen Pence's twitter account. Also, a recent article in the Huffington post called “Together Alone” discusses gay culture but at the same time makes mass generalizations, and rural area hospitals are not following the Emergency Medical Treatment and Labor Act and are turning away women in labor.
Only 2 more episodes of Throwing Shade on TV Land! Watch Tuesdays at 10:30 PM.
Recorded live at Alix Goolden Hall in Victoria on October 22nd, 2016 with guest Sean Proudlove.
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Matt brings the case against his girlfriend, Amber. Matt wants to convert their master bedroom into a virtual reality room. But Amber would rather keep the bedroom the way it is.
Thank you to Craig Eliason for suggesting this week's title! To suggest a title for a future episode, like Judge John Hodgman on Facebook. We regularly put a call for submissions.
This week, Guy, Wynter, Margaret, and Karen talk about Jordan Peele's newest horror film Get Out*. They discuss the racial and political implications of the film, Wynter contextualizes the role of black people within the horror genre, and the gang discuss their favorite scenes from the movie. As always,the panel tells us what they are all about this week. Karen talks about 45 eating America's meat of choice with ketchup, Margaret recommends a memoire and Wynter talks about Feud. Plus Guy keeps us up to date on his latest obsession with Calypso, and the rest of the gang provide their latest jams.
*Please note that this episode is rife with spoilers, so if you haven't seen the movie yet, please keep this in mind!
Each week we’ll add everyone’s jams to this handy Spotify playlist.
Our guest this week is Luke Barats and he will leave you behind if you break your leg and is the only guy I know who genuinely loves MREs. Did you know some come with Skittles?! We both realize as city dwellers we are not prepared for bio-terrorism and Deep Impact comes up again two episodes in a row but I personally think Luke doesn't realize how un-meantally prepared he is for an asteroid and that neither of us are prepared for the majesty that are Elijah Wood's eyes. Enjoy the show! Don't forget to find us on Facebook and tell your friends! It's not "if" but "when"!
Heather Matarazzo (@heathermatarazz) joins the ladies to discuss squaty potty, strap ons, break ups, being approached, flirting, supporting your significant other, tidying up, broadway, judy garland, 9/11 and more! Produced by David Janove, booker Marie Colette, theme song Zach Ames.
When the Entrepreneur asplode, this one Sonny and Cher song keeps playing over and over again, and it’s giving Geordi a headache. The crew starts to become aware that there may in fact be a glitch in the Matrix, and the clock is ticking on coming up with a good escape plan. Why doesn’t the ship have any crumple zones? What’s the best way to ruin the film Undercover Brother? Does Riker have a little bit of palsy? It’s the episode that establishes Frasier as Canonical Trek.
Mark and Hal record an episode while simultaneously live streaming it on Facebook. Can Mark look up from the screen long enough to help decide what the best super power is? Only one way to find out...
Boy howdy, our bodies are simply no longer capable of consuming three hours of this television show in one sitting. Like, our nervous system violently rejects exposure to that much unfiltered Bachelor. Still, we weathered the storm to bring you this sleepy, penultimate episode of Nick's season!
We’ve got a great episode this week! First, we’ve got a Double-Dogs We Met This Week, because both Renee and Allegra couldn’t wait to talk about these great dogs. We have a Mutt Minute on the Jack Russel Terrier (Or Parsons Terrier if you prefer) which we can’t believe we haven’t done yet! The absolutely hilarious Molly McAleer (Plz Advise, Emotionally Broken Psychos) joins us to tell us all about her dog Wagandstuff, who may be the most handsome dog we’ve had described on the show.
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