Hello! We're back again with more of YOUR comments (Ed Sheeran: not Irish; Lil Pump; didn't go to Harvard) as well as YOUR questions about a meme turned Rihanna BFF named Lil Mayo, Ronnie Ortiz-Magro's baby-mama, Daryl "Future Husband" Sabara and the cast of 2018's Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again.
Why is New Mexico such a Who? Why is Roswell the only Them of U.F.O. sightings? Why is Erinn Hayes hanging out with Mandy Moore at an El Cantinero in Los Angeles? All good questions! Let us attempt to answer them for you. Plus, Instagram star Lil Miquela, Soundcloud rapper Lil Pump and B*Witched. Yes, B*Witched. (Yes, we know that Samantha Mumba is Irish too, but Lindsey forgot to mention her.)
Because Lindsey recorded from the great American southwest, today's episode begins with a lengthy discussion of all things Roswell: from the Whoiest celebrities on the UFO museum's wall to the forgotten made-for-TV movie ROSWELL starring Kyle MacLachlan, to the beloved UPN/The WB series that starred Shiri Appleby and Katherine Heigl. Why, you ask? Why not!
After catching you up on the LOVE ADVENT CALENDAR videos you almost certainly missed, it's time to chat about Pete Davidson's Themmy new tattoo, Jason Priestly punching his way into the narrative, Dasha Zhukova's whirlwind romance with (GASP) a former FRIEND, and a very quick rundown about Anna Faris's new boyfriend. Plus, we introduce a new segment that will be in every episode until May 19th (the day of the Royal Wedding): The Most Markleous Headline of the Week.
*sung to the tune of Cellino & Barnes' iconic jingle* "Cellino & Barnes, are they Whos or Thems, call 619-WHO-THEM" OK, it's not AS catchy, but it works. Other things that (still do) work: Nia Vardalos, Caroline Rhea, the new hosts of the Great American Baking Show. Things that don't work? "This is Me" if you play it during a spin class, Bitcoin, Twitter Moments (if you're trying to figure out what's actually going on) and when you call and try and correct us on our "Lady Marmalade" (2001 remake) knowledge. Honey, it just won't work!
This week's episode accidentally centers on (or stumbles around) two mononymous musicians named Betsy and Edei. One of them is Bobby's new fave, and the other is James Marsden's fave of two years. Which one's which remains unclear, but the point is: drop your last name and you have an above-average shot at becoming either of those things.
Also: Lea Michele is OK, Jennifer Meyer is GREAT, and The Greatest Showman is [THOUGHTS EMBARGOED BY TWENTIETH CENTURY FOX].
It's Thursday and time to ask..."Who's! There!" This week: more on Princess? Duchess? Meghan Markle, a mysterious photo of Kristin Chenoweth, Kathy Bates & Sarah Hyland, our Celebrity Big Brother (U.S.!) dream cast, Katherine McPhee's wedding crashing antics and are Laurie Metcalf and Jesse Metcalfe related? (No.)
Enough about Harry and Meghan! Let's talk about the REALLY big engagement news of the week: Karl Cook and Kaley Cuoco! We're so happy for her, not only because she Weird Scienced herself a fiancé who loves horses and Instagram as much as she does, but because his last name is Cook and her last name is the Italian word for cook. In other tangentially related Royal Engagement news, Cressida Bonas is FINE and JustLifeQuotes is the Who version of Bartlett's. Oh, you'd prefer news that's ENTIRELY unrelated to the Royal Engagement? Scott Eastwood is an airline spokesman now.
Does Queen Elizabeth II know who Troian Bellisario is? Has Queen Elizabeth II ever watched Suits? Does Queen Elizabeth II know that Abbie Cornish has a rap career? Has Queen Elizabeth II seen any of the two Lucas Hedges films that have come out in the past two months? Do straight people (Queen Elizabeth II) know who Colby Keller is? Is Queen Elizabeth II worried that Gigi Gorgeous doesn't know what the word "surrogate" means? Does Queen Elizabeth II think that 2003's 'Pieces of April' is a Katie Holmes or Patricia Clarkson vehicle?
This week's episode is all about Stassi Schroeder's recent podcast blunder and Candace Cameron Bure's new Hallmark movie in which she plays identical twin sisters who love coffee. Oh, and Barbra Streisand's new Netflix special about Willy Wonka and climate change...or something. And Meghan Markle's dogs!
Sound like a strange assortment? Blame Thanksgiving. And then blame Candace Cameron Bure...twice.
Happy Thanksgiving! Feel free to use us as an excuse to escape your family dynamic for some "me time", but be sure to give thanks for US along with your feast. On today's call-in extravaganza: Jonah Hill's sister Beanie Feldstein, BTS and K-pop at this year's AMAs, the lady who wanted Charlie Manson's corpse (did she get it????), a DJ named Marshmello, why Brie Larson ditched her real name AND...Does Obama know what Rivderdale is? Great question.
Sorry for the delay, but we're BACK after an accidental long weekend with an abridged, half-hour edit of our AMAZING, 90-MINUTE, FINAL SHOW OF OUR FALL 2017 TOUR! We hope the sounds of laughter from the Bell House audience improves your listening experience, and we also hope it makes you feel a little jealous. The most important topics of the week? The most special guest at Serena Williams and Alexis Ohanian's wedding, Ewan McGregor's divorce, Clinton Kelly's feud, and the middle name that absolutely WILL NOT FIT in a Daily Mail headline.
Thanks again to our tour sponsor, Of a Kind, and to everyone across the country who came to see us in person! It's been wonderful, and you are all the best.
It's that time of the week once again, time to hear your thoughts, time to take your calls. What was it you're wondering about? Well, The Greatest Showman—and other of the Who'iest movies fulla Thems. Plus, Call Me By Your Name and Timothée Chalamet—did you know he's ACTUALLY AMERICAN? (Lindsey didn't.) Then, the Whos and Thems of holidays goes by a way simplier rule than you'd think and have you heard about the sex cult run by a Smallville star? Honestly, it's better if you didn't. And Derek Hough wrote a song.
AUDIO NOTE: We recorded this in Lindsey's parents' dining room, so chill about the echo-y audio quality in advance and give our kind hosts a little RESPECT.
We'll begin by thanking everyone in Boston for coming to our show over the weekend. It was SO much fun and Bobby was thrilled to make SO many Good Will Hunting jokes.
This week's episode contains the following news, in order from least important to most important: Lisa Bonet/donkey news, Kelly Rizzo/Bob Sagat news, Diddy/Foodgod news, Olivia Newton-John/Patrick McDermott news, Candace Cameron Bure news, MORE Candace Cameron Bure news, and Rita news.
What I'm trying to say is that today's episode is exceedingly important!!!! But so is every episode.
On today's Who's There?—the Harmonizers weigh in, we learn some history(???) about boats(???) from Bobby's beloved and the origin story of the name "Chrishell" and a Wholigan encounters Nick Swardson. Plus, why is the Daily Mail obsessed with Demi Rose Mawby? Why is America obsessed with the burgeoning romance between Sarah Hyland and Wells Adams? Why is "Grandma" back at the Big Apple Circus? And, most importantly, why is Kate Mara calling us? (...Or is she?)
It's another episode of your favorite history podcast, Who? Weekly! After a shaky start (and a very brief Kevin Can Wait Update™), we discuss the Whos and Thems of ships. Is the Mayflower a Who or a Them? How about the QE2? The Carpathia? The poop cruise? But enough about the sea. Other topics include: Chiara Ferragni (aka The Blonde Salad), a new Lifetime movie starring David Foster's girlfriend, Erykah Badu's amazing interview with Ezra Miller, and a BRAND NEW (and hopefully recurring) game about standom.
This week on Who's There, Lindsey and Bobby check in after a tour stop in our nation's capital to discuss people you've absolutely never heard of: like Jude Law's son Raff! In addition to Mr. Law, we discuss Pierce Brosnan's iconic Mamma Mia song, Anthony Rapp, Trevor Donovan, and what the hell happened to Sean William Scott. (Spoiler: nothing dramatic.)
ATTENTION WASHINGTON DC PALS: if you're around tonight and wanna have a good time, come on by the Who? Weekly show! Yes, that's tonight, Monday 10/30. Now that we've got that promo out of the way, did you know anyone 'Who' is anyone was at Matthew Morrison's Halloween bash? It's true. Another exclusive event? Colton Haynes' wedding!!! which did indeed happen. Other things that happened? Tamar Braxton's divorce, Cardi B's engagement and another wedding: Chrishell! Strause! Plus a Stranger Things kid tried to bring cocaine into America. Which one? We'll let you guess.
Hello from San Francisco! We're back out west and fresh from last night's flawless show. On today's Who's There? Lindsey talks about Judaism for a unnecessarily long time and Bobby, in return, talks about frito pie for EVEN LONGER. You'll learn so much! Plus, Post Malone, Samara Weaving (is she related to Hugo????) and don't you ever just feeling like discussing Christine Baranski? We do.
After a Kevin Can Wait Update™, we discuss Karlie Kloss's new talk show called MOVIE NIGHT that is neither about movie night OR a talk show. What is it, then? No idea! That's a question for her friend Matthew Hussey. Moving on, we chat about her literal opposite, followed by a chat about Gucci Mane's iconic wedding to Keyshia Ka’oir.
If I can be honest with you guys, it's very late and I'm very tired from staying up to finish editing the podcast. Basically: Sophie Turner and Joe Jonas got engaged, there are two new boybands climbing the charts, someone's boyfriend really loves Katharine McPhee, "Who is Bella Thorne?" was an answer on Jeopardy! and there's a huge 27 Dresses CONSPIRACY on Wikipedia.