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It might be tricky for non-obsessives to jump into WWC headfirst, but Andy Cohen die-hards will feel right at home.
Episode 54 features Croix Sather, who ran 100 marathons and gave 100 speeches on 100 consecutive days last year.Bennett and Levesque take a backseat as Sather goes into detail about the challenges of the project.The story is much like Sather’s theme for his speeches, “Don’t give up on your dreams,” as he succeeded with his goal and now takes on a new one: a world record.[AJ] THE BEST The Bugle #182: Stockpiling Humanity There’s been a change in leadership in places that America has no concern for, but Andy Zaltzman and John Oliver cover it anyway.,” and his rapid-fire assaults on the Bravo-lebrities are sorely missed, but Whitfield and Mandelker hold things together nicely in his absence.There’s a sassy breakdown of the new season première of The Real Housewives Of Orange County, which they dub “The OGs from the OC.” They make some astute observations (new housewife Heather has “the face of a Cheshire cat meets Bethenny Frankel”) with some hard-line opinions, like Mandelker saying, “This is where style goes to die.
Everyone thinks it’s New Jersey, but it’s Orange County.” As they move into the third part of The Real Housewives Of Beverly Hills reunion, Whitfield gets a little trampled by Mandelker’s mile-a-minute delivery.
While they shoehorn in a spirited discussion of Top Chef, the lack of any breaks makes it feel like a ton of chatter, even for a podcast.
“May I address all the punks of the world right now? You can try all you want, it’s not going to happen. Tompkins, Doug Loves Movies “NBC cured me of my addiction to The Tonight Show.” —Conan O’Brien, Nerdist “And yet the goddamn thing tastes like melon! ” —Michael Ian Black, marveling at the variety of Japanese Kit Kat Flavors, Mike And Tom Eat Snacks “It is my sincere wish to have you murdered at a Phish show.” —Scott Aukerman to Harris Wittels, Comedy Bang Bang “I never knew why I saw old people getting hosed down in backyards, and now I get it.” —Dave Anthony, accepting some family hygiene advice from Greg Behrendt, Walking The Room “We are one minute in, and already Sarah Silverman would have been a better guest.” —Ben Schwartz, Doug Loves Movies Watch What Crappens The cultural omnipresence of Bravo is a sign of the impending apocalypse for some, while it serves as proof that dreams can come true for others.
Punks: You’ve had the better part of three decades to overthrow the world government. Wherever your allegiance to the network lies, a podcast devoted solely to covering its endless cycles of reality shows is an excellent idea. ), Ronnie Karam (TVgasm), and Ben Mandelker (bsideblog) have been taking to the mic for weekly breakdowns since the podcast’s previous incarnation, Housewife Hoedown.
As WWC, the focus has expanded to allow for Bravo’s non-Housewives programming, such as Top Chef and Tabatha’s Salon Takeover.
Karam is absent from episode three, “Here Comes Orange County!