T-Pain's epic Button Game never disappoints! From islands to strip clubs, Oliver Tree, Cipha Sounds, Chico Bean, DJ Drama, and more reveal their greatest desires in this hilariously wild best-of compilation from the Nappy Boy Radio Podcast's 'Button Game'.
MotorTrend's Ed Loh & Jonny Lieberman chat with Sgt. Tony Abdalla of South Pasadena Police Department & Ben Schaffer of Unplugged Performance! South Pasadena PD is about to become the first law enforcement agency in the WORLD to switch to all EV fleet! And they've teamed up with Ben Schaffer at Unplugged Performance to engineer them into fortified Police Cruisers! The guys discuss the why Tesla was the undisputed choice, what went into the vetting process, misinformation, indisputable data, as well as specifics on the uses, builds & function!
Kaitlyn, former-Grocery-Store-owner Joe, and KB’s fellow Canadian pal Bailey Stanworth are together in NYC debating all the important things in life including: real vs. fake martinis, married life vs. engaged life, and Chicago vs. New York. Plus, they are getting into one of the greatest new reality competition shows of all time, which is literally called The GOAT. Fitting, huh? Kaitlyn reveals that she was asked to be on the show and why she declined (at least for this season) and Joe teases what we can look forward to once the show is released. They’re also getting into Bachelor hot goss, the shows they’ve been binging, what married life looks like with Joe and Serena, and why Japan is on all of their bucket lists. They wrap with a game of GOAT, debating the greatest of all categories.
After two weeks of intense bonding time in Nashville, Kaitlyn and Lo are live in studio ready to recap their trip… or something like that? There’s plenty to talk about after (too?) much time spent together, including Lo’s time getting toasty with Kaitlyn & Jason’s moms, their group visit to a fancy wrinkle ranch, and why Lo has decided that KB’s home is the Bermuda Triangle of Nashville. From Jenga to ketchup nails to questionable curtain styles, Kaitlyn and Locifer are discussing everything that’s gone down and revealing the few things they officially do NOT agree on. Naturally, there’s a game of F, Marry, Kill with skincare products and a heated debate about dairy.
We got one chick from the office, AKA Fran Mariano, and another chick from a podcast, AKA Kaitlyn Bristowe, together in an NYC hotel room! Don’t believe us? You can actually go see for yourself because Off The Vine is now on YouTube , and Fran is ready to pass on all the tips and tricks that come with being a video sensation. The two chicks are shootin’ the sh!t on the mic in today’s episode as they talk about everything from what it’s like to be on a Times Square billboard to the story behind Ria’s wild Bachelor rumor to deciding whether to get involved or stay out of drama… a topic which both KB & Fran have a lot of experience with. They’re also revealing their thoughts on Mike Fleiss (AKA Fleece) exiting the franchise, what they would get down to in a rage room, and which chick they’d want to trade places with or are just downright jealous of. Plus, Fran receives a very special gift for being a glowing first YouTube guest!
Scott Porter, Zach Gilford & Mae Whitman discuss Friday Night Lights, Season 1 Finale, Episode 22 - "State"! This finale is NOT only football, it's about sorrow after a job well done, missing the mark, and STATE BABY! The group discusses Landry's aphrodisiacs, Coach scene gets cut from pep rally, Tammy telling Coach she's pregnant, Grandma Saracen singing Lady Marmalade, Lyla & Tyra airing out their grievances, the team bus ride, BTS from old Dallas Cowboys Stadium, Coach's halftime speech, Season 2 storylines get setup, the final game-winning drive, the campaign by fans to bring the show back for Season 2, Zach's big gripe, and more! In "Overtime", Scott reads the alternate ending of the finale where Tyra MURDERS Mike. Visit Apartments.com - A Place To Find A Place! Brought to you by Progressive Insurance!
Michael Malice ("YOUR WELCOME") invites writer, adviser, and political strategist, Raheem Kassam, onto the show to share his thoughts on the recent political revolutions in America and overseas, the difference between media in the US and Great Britain, and what sets Trump far apart from other Republican politicians. Raheem also gives us a hint at the slogan you may hear a lot as we get closer to the 2024 election.
The guys chat with Rutledge about his career on screen, NASCAR, Toyota, the Olympics, and his new show "Hot Wheels: Ultimate Challenge" on NBC!
Kat Timpf, co-host of Gutfeld! and author of You Can't Joke About That , sits down with Bridget to discuss writing a book about some of her most intimate, traumatic, and gut wrenching experiences. They talk about the importance of being able to joke about your own trauma, why humor is healing and we have to be allowed to joke about everything, people who try to police your grief, how grief is so misunderstood in this country, and the weird things that can happen when you're grieving. They also cover why safe spaces aren't real, expecting the world to revolve around your feelings, the idea that intention doesn't matter, being able to talk about the people you've lost, the reality of watching someone die, outrage culture, why erasing things we find offensive from our past is not the answer, why coming after the arts is sinister, and why art is a necessary tool for reviving humanity.
Comedian and Dumpster Fire writer Dave Yates, sits down with Bridget for a long overdue conversation about comedy, addiction, sobriety, and making peace with a brain that is mean to you. They cover Dave’s entrance into comedy when he quit drinking because he needed something to keep him busy, why the worst thing that can happen to you is doing well the first time you do stand up, how he stopped letting the job define him, the reality of pursuing stand up comedy and factoring in the possibility that you might wind up homeless, and why comedy is a mental illness factory. They also discuss why wanting to kill yourself when you quit drinking is probably a sign you should quit drinking, trying to work smarter, being of service to those in front of you, learning to be gentle to yourself, why you never negative self-talk your way into better behavior, and learning to love the parts of yourself that aren’t the best. Check out Dave @yatescomedy on Twitter, Instagram, and TikTok, and buy some of his excellent hot sauce at hahahotsauce.com