On today’s episode, Kaitlyn is joined by former Dancing with the Stars pro, Lindsay Arnold Cusick. Lindsay spent almost 10 years as a pro and is now watching her baby sister, Rylee Arnold, follow in her footsteps. She shares what it was like growing up as the oldest of 4 sisters, if her family would consider having a reality TV show, and if they are really as close as they seem. I mean, 3 girls in one house… That’s a lot of hormones! Of course, the two of them reminisce about Lindsay’s time on DWTS, from a life-threatening accident to what she misses the most after leaving. Will she ever go back? Tune in to hear her answer! For now, she is focused on being a mom to her two beautiful daughters and watching them experience the joy of sisterhood. And don’t worry, Kaitlyn makes sure to cover all of the Vino questions from the OTV Facebook group, too! And, be sure to check out The Movement Club, Lindsay's program for women of all ages and body types to fall in love with working out. (https://www.movewithlinds.com/)
Welcome to the FIRST Vino Confessions episode. It has been about 6 years of Kaitlyn sharing her confessions with you all on the podcast, it’s time for the tables to turn. CONFESSION TOPIC: WORST FIRST DATES. VINO 1 — The Tinder Trio (01:30): What started as a normal Tinder date over a couple glasses of Chardonnay, ended up leaving her with one question almost a decade later… Was I set up? VINO 2 — Boot Sock Bandit (14:20): Yet again, another Tinder date gone wrong. Terribly, terribly, wrong. If you’re in the Michigan area and have had a similar experience, please let us know! VINO 3 — First Date with Harry Styles (26:05): Let’s just say, it would be hard to come back from this one… But, she did. ICONIC! Inspired by the last confession, the next Vino Confessions topic will be Celebrity Encounters. If you or a friend have had a celebrity encounter, email firstname.lastname@example.org or message / offthevinepodcast .
If you’re looking for a feel-good episode, one that feels like you are just kickin it with the girlies – this one's for you! Join Kaitlyn as she sits down with her good friend, Tarryn, for some quality conversation because the filter is off, the hinges have been removed, and no topic is off-limits. They discuss Gypsy Rose’s fame, the movie Saltburn, and what celebrity client Tarryn is most proud of. (Chelsea Handler, if you’re listening… KB would love for you to come on the podcast.) They also get into high school friendships, friendship breakups, and dating preferences. Plus, Kaitlyn gives a mental health update and they bond over their love of animals. Honestly, there is no rhyme or reason in today’s episode. Just a couple of goofy gals riffin’ it up. What more could you want? Enjoy! Apologies for the audio from 09:42 - 23:50... The Zoom recorder randomly shut off. It goes back to normal at 23:50, though!
It is 1/11 AND the first new moon of 2024, so of course, Kaitlyn wanted to learn more about numerology and what the new moon in Capricorn actually means for us. Jill Wintersteen (founder of @SpiritDaughter) is here to walk us through it all, in a digestible way. With her background in neuroscience and Chinese medicine, she has a unique perspective on human dynamics. Jill explains how to use numerology in everyday life, why the energy in 2024 will differ from 2023, and why she thinks the new moon deserves more hype. The full moon seems to get all the press – Who is the full moon’s PR team? She also gets into how to calculate your life path number, why Pluto moving into Aquarius is a big deal, and why shadow work is so important. Be prepared for a mindset shift after this episode, vinos! And if you are interested in taking Jill’s Inspired Habits course (like Kaitlyn) or any of her other offerings, visit SpiritDaughter.com!
Kaitlyn is having one of those days, Vinos. You know, the kind where you record a full 40 minutes and then find out you forgot to press record. Yeahhhh, one of those. BUT, she pulled it together for today’s pod and is joining us from the comfort of her couch. Without having a full pity party, she explains how she has been sick the last few days and down for the count. On the bright side, being a couch potato has allowed her to binge-watch The Crown on Netflix and come up with a pretty decent ins & outs lists for us. Plus, she gets into some behind-the-scenes of The Golden Wedding last week and shares her thoughts on The Golden Globes. To wrap it up, Kaitlyn brings on Stanford Professor, physician, and author Dr. Greg Hammer to lead us all in his GAIN meditation practice. It’s a jam-packed episode — And, she had to record it twice while she was sick... KB deserves some props!
New year, new intention: No more sh!tting on yourself. Although Kaitlyn admits it is difficult for her to do when all the internet seems to do is just that. On today’s episode, Kaitlyn is joined by one of her besties, Bailey, cozied up on the couch with a glass of wine ready to kick off the new year. After discussing their peaks and valleys of 2023, the two of them get into what we all want to know… What happened at Kaitlyn’s grand Gatsby-themed New Year’s Eve party? Plus, Bailey shares her list of over 90 ‘icks’, they set even more intentions for 2024, and debate a potential technicality of the Mile High Club. And to wrap it up, Kaitlyn finally shares the prank her producer pulled on her after a long day and a few glasses of wine – it’s a good one.
Michael Malice (“YOUR WELCOME”) welcomes evolutionary biologist, Bret Weinstein, onto the show to discuss whether sociopathy is a prerequisite for presidential candidates, how cultural sensitivity increases as issue occurrences diminish, and how the concept of incentives is often ignored in social discourse.
NHRA's Brian Lohnes & HOT ROD Magazine's John McGann chat with former editor of HOT ROD Magazine & Car Craft - Jeff Smith! Known for his decades long tenure as the Editor of both HOT ROD Magazine & Car Craft, Jeff brings us back to where it all began! Jeff tells stories about being hired by Rick Voegelin at Car Craft Magazine in 1979, Pro Street, the impact of Real Street Eliminator, Autocrossing, the genesis of the first ever Fastest Street Car in America, Dare To Be Different, Rick Dobbertin's J2000, the CadZZilla, and more!
MotorTrend's Ed Loh & Jonny Lieberman chat with Actor/Comedian Joel McHale! The guys discuss Joel's Restomods, high school & college years, his road to Hollywood, his struggles with dyslexia, early commercial gigs, car history & current collection, thoughts on EVs, and Crime Scene Kitchen on FOX!
Comedian Chad Daniels joins the show giving some background into the opening joke of his recent stand up special, which involves his son’s bidet. He and Adam also chat about figure skating, living in Minnesota, and whirling dervishes. Next, Chris reports the news on 3 Kansas City Chiefs fans found frozen in a backyard, alligators adapting to frozen bodies of water, Pawn Stars’ Rick Harrison blaming the border crisis for his son’s death, two fans suing Madonna for being late to a concert, the Tesla Cybertruck needing to be washed frequently, and Academy Awards nominations being announced. Lastly, Greg Lukianoff joins the show to talk about his new book, “The Canceling of the American Mind.” He and Adam talk about the downfall of the Ivy League and the diminishing of once prestigious institutions. The guys also chat about free speech and school vouchers.