After beginning the show with the first (and hopefully last) instance of Lindsey discussing the plot of The Boss Baby, we dive into two instances of Whos and Who? Weekly being brought up to ACTUAL Whos Ansel Elgort (he'll be a Them soon enough) and...Jordan Gavaris. Moving on, Lindsey explains what's going on with Bachelor In Paradise, Bobby explains why he thinks Ty Burrell pooped his pants in Times Square as opposed to peeing them, and Rita wears stripes.
The Whos...the Thems...the fabric of our lives. ~Zooey Deschanel...and Kate Bosworth...and us on this week's Who's There? featuring all of the above. Plus, art world Whos, The Kaplan Twins, Kaitlyn Isham and Cheryl Maitland, a list of Gay Thems who are Straight Whos (according to Bobby) and the correct way to pronounce "Degrassi" — SHOCKING REVEAL: Lindsey got it wrong.
You probably heard about that big interview with Amanda Bynes (her first in years)--maybe you eve heard about her referencing that iconic "MURDER MY VAGINA" tweet!--but did you actually WATCH it? If so, you may have wondered who the hell Diana Madison was. We sure did, and do our best to explain who she is on today's episode. After that, we discuss Jessica Chastain's new whosband, Gian Luca Passi de Preposulo, and play a special HGTV version of I Don't Know Her. Then, as always, Rita, who is rocking both curls AND sideboob.
Hugh Sheridan? Asher Angel? Max Minghella? Jimmy Brooks? (Yes, that last one is a *bit* misleading.) Today's show is chockfull of your questions and our sometimes-answers. For example, why are Tim Meadows and Catt Sadler (???) in an extremely confusing car ad? Did Jennifer Lopez know who Bethenny Frankel was pre-A Rod? And find out exactly what Cory Monteith's brother doing in Canada...You don't wanna miss it.
We're sorry for missing last Monday's (we were trying to identify Wholebrities IRL), but are happy to be back to our regular schedule. And lemme tell you--it's a doozy. After a brief update on Bella Thorne's form, we move on to what may have been the wedding of the, or at the very least the wedding of this particular lunar cycle. Hannah Bronfman, a Who we've somehow never discussed before, married someone who shares not one, not two, but THREE of her jobs. If that's not true love, I don't know what is.
Also on today's show: The protesters at Rebel Wilson's defamation suit were incredible, Rob Kardashian doesn't know her, and Austin Swift is #notgonnahappen.
The long-awaited Ashley I. episode is here! If you're not familiar, today we're getting some behind-the-scenes goss from Bachelor and Bachelor in Paradise alum, Ashley Iaconetti—whose iconic cry faces delighted audiences across the globe. Plus, a stories about Who-spotting in Los Angeles and haaaaaaaave you heard Rita's new single? (...BUT WHAT ABOUT CARLY RAE JEPSEN'S?)
It's that time of the week once again, time again to answer your calls. You wanna know what's the deal with HGTV and which Shonda Rhimes shows are Whos and Thems. You wanna know if Aziz Ansari gradWHOated. You wanna know if Emily VanCamp is marrying her co-star (and who he is). There are so many things you wanna know, and we have some (a few? maybe?) of the answers.
Oh! And to check out the famed Twin Peaks spreadsheet, Who? Peakly, head on over to the Who? Weekly Facebook group.
Today we have an EXTRA SPECIAL and EXTRA LONG interview with actress Busy Philipps about her nearly 20-year career in Hollywood (during which she starred in beloved shows like Freaks & Geeks and Cougar Town), those incredible Instagram stories (including one surprising reason she does them), why Tom Hanks is the greatest, and what most fans usually scream at her. (SPOILER: It's not, "Hey Busy! I loved you in Dawson's Creek!")
(So listen to what Busy has to say, watch her Instagram stories like your life depends on it, and show your support for her currently-in-TV-purgatory pilot The Sackett Sisters by tweeting/Instagramming #MustSeeSackett @nbc.)
WHO is Taylor Swift's [alleged] new boyfriend? WHAT is [allegedly] the worst museum of all time (and why are there so many Thems visiting it?) WHY are they letting Housewives' Bethenny Frankel into the Shark Tank? (Oh, and we recorded a bit about actress Alexandra Daddario but it was too boring so we cut it. Sorry, Alexandra Daddario!)
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We took a break from listening to "Yodel It," the best song from this year's Eurovision contest, to talk about...this year's Eurovision contest. How do non-American's watch? Which country won? Does any of this matter? (The answers to those questions are: Logo, Portugal, and ABSOLUTELY.) Anyway, after a lengthy Eurovision chat, we move on to more important things, like Sabra hummus and Pentatonix. I know this episode sounds like a nightmare, but trust us. Better yet: trust Lea Michele.
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Again, with the Chrises! Apparently, even Chris Pine knows that everyone can't tell the difference between him and the rest of them. We're not alone! Plus, we learn some disturbing information about Paris Hilton's brother and Paris Hilton's sex tape partner, get an apology from across the pond, figure out exactly what activated charcoal is and why people are obsessed with it all of a sudden and ask our dads about what's going on with Morning Joe and his new fiancé-slash-co-host, Mika.
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HUGE GUEST ALERT. Have you ever asked yourself, "Who the fuck is Betty Who?" Then you're in luck, because this week we interviewed Australian pop star (and our name twin) Betty Who about being recognized in VERY specific neighborhoods, writing the perfect pop song, and her favorite whos from Down Under. Later, we play a game called Australian or Notstralian (self-explanatory, I'm sure), and discuss Rita's recent Instagram with the one and only Ed Sheeran.
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From the smoke-filled bathrooms of the Met Ball to the preteen-filled bathrooms of the Radio Disney Music Awards, this week's edition of Who's There is truly for everyone. Plus, did you know there's a Who named Lauren Lauren? (first AND last!), a Who named Isla Fisher? (she hikes!) and a Them who got an exciting new job (his last name rhymes with free-quest!)
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Hey guys, I just wanted to address Fyre Festival...Even though this was not my project what so ever, nor was I informed about the production or process of the festival in any shape or form, I do know that it has always been out of great intent and they truly wanted all of us to have the time of our lives. I initially trusted this would be an amazing & memorable experience for all of us, which is why I agreed to do one promotion...not knowing about the disaster that was to come...
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(Today's episode is NOT brought to you by the National Pork Board.)
Much like Pitbull, Who's There is officially worldwide: We've got calls from China(!), Australia(!), Brooklyn, New York(!)—and everyone's got something to say. Is Rita really "big in China"? Remember Chad Lowe? How does one tell apart Joel Kinnaman, Charlie Hunnam and Jai Courtney? Have you heard Amber Heard and Elon Musk's relationship portmanteau yet? (It's good.) Is Jack Antonoff a Who? And who is Britt Robertson? All this and a very, very special announcement.
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This week Bobby revisits his childhood fear of brown recluse spiders when he and Lindsey learn all about Meghan Linsey, namely...A.) who she is, and B) why there's a giant hole in her face. Next up, we chat about two Cyruses, but can you guess which ones? (Hint: they're not Billy Ray, Miley, or Noah.) Finally, we explore one of Us Weekly's best 25 Things installments in months. So raise your hand if you're excited about this episode! (Bobby and Lindsey raise their hands.)
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Damn, y'all are smart—on today's Who's There? we learn Cockney rhyming slang for "feet", the "power" of Jim Toth and exactly how Nikki Bella and Sarah Michelle Gellar are connected (hint: it's thru Freddie Prinze Jr.). Then, questions about Noah Cyrus' music (Is it good?), Netflix's '13 Reasons Why' (Who?) and Tobey Maguire (Him?). Plus, unrelated rambling about Lady Gaga's new single, the film 'Music & Lyrics' and what Heidi and Spencer should name their new baby.
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This week we had the pleasure of chatting with living wholebrity Debby Ryan! You might remember her from Disney Channel shows like "Jessie" and "Suite Life On Deck" (some of us call it "The Boat"), news about the CW pilot she just filmed, or maybe from that time a lot of people assumed she died last year! (It was Debbie Reynolds! R.I.P.) The point is, we had a great time chatting with her about what it was like to become famous at such a young age, and how she responds when confused adults politely ask who she is. After that, we fill you in on everything "Feet-Toe Ora" is up to at WHOchella.
We get the update on Jen Aniston's hair care line, hear about a childhood crush on Chris K. from NSYNC (yep, that one) and a nine year old calls to ask about...Emma Stone? Plus, Britney Spears' new boyfriend (who), Scott Porter's genetic testing (who), Chad Mountain's vacation (who) and the Thems of Wrestlemania.
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[TODAY'S EPISODE IS ABSOLUTELY NOT SPONSORED BY POSTMATES.] This week, we talk about the elusive third Property Brother who may or may not have anything to do with property, odd sponcon from Broadway Them/Off-Broadway Who Sutton Foster, Bella Hadid's obsession with Postmates, and the whoiest Jewish holidays. OK, I have to stop writing this description because my deviled eggs are here.