We recorded this on National Pepperoni Pizza Day, so it’s actually amazing that we didn’t take the day off to worship the pepperoni pizza. But after Allison and I pay tribute to the pepperoni pizza, we talk about Chevy Chase solidifying himself as Old Man Yells At Cloud, Alicia Silverstone considering having a baby with her ex-husband, and Kristen Bell vaping weed around her sober husband. Then we quickly shoot the shit about Suge Knight going to prison and Noah Cyrus’ $12,000 bottle of tears. We finish with a game of F/M/K, and that’s when I make a great case for a mental health professional to have me committed…FOREVER.
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Dlisted: The Podcast, Episode 11 – Why Weren’t The Emmys Just One Long Betty White Tribute? And Other Questions
Another good question would be: Why isn’t this podcast episode just one long Betty White tribute? We do get into Betty White, but then we also talk about other Emmys stuff like Michael Che and Colin Jost’s hosting skills, the proposal that melted my heart for a millisecond, The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel (or Mrs. Measles as I call it repeatedly) winning everything, and the time in the olden days when Emmy-winning RuPaul’s Drag Race namechecked Dlisted on an episode. Allison and I also talk about Stormy Daniels ruining Mario Kart for everyone, Bert & Ernie’s gayness, and the possibility of Mayor Kanye of Chicago. We end with a little game of Emmys trivia that involves The Golden Girls and sex toys, naturally.
Note: I mention in this episode that Dick Van Dyke won the Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Emmy for The Dick Van Dyke Show, a sitcom, in 1964. Wikipedia gave me that bit of info, and 1964 was a year when Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy and a Drama were combined, so technically I was right. Don’t @ me!
We recorded this episode on September 13, the day of the New York primary election, so I start off with openly dreaming about Rojo Caliente (aka Cynthia Nixon’s wife) getting one step closer to becoming the First Lady of New York. (Don’t tell yesterday-me that my dream has been shattered!) After I go on a bit about First Lady Rojo and imagine Sandra Lee’s victory cake, Allison and I get into the plight of blondes, world renowned scientist Matthew McConaughey’s thoughts on single-parent families, the mystery of Henry Cavill’s future as Superman, and Marky Mark’s daily schedule of prayin’, eatin’, workin’ out, and eatin’. And we end by giving fashion advice to a listener since we, who regularly wear fashions from the Haus of Sweats, are fashion experts!
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“Robitussin jizz” is a phrase I say during this episode, so yeah, this one deep dives into the gutter. But don’t they all? Before I brain burp up about Pfizer-produced spunk, Allison and I talk about the Harper’s Brawl-zaar between Cardi B and Nicki Minaj, the dark underworld of the tiger keeper game, EGOTs, the possible end of the $5 footlong, and more lies told by Kim Kardashian. We end by saying a prayer to the Gods to bring back our favorite food things from the 90s. Here our prayers, Gods!
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Beware! If nothing makes your ears curl like butchered Spanish, skip a couple of minutes into this episode, because Allison and I attempt to speak it. My abuelita and dead Spanish relatives are all rolling in their graves. Once Allison and I offend all Spanish speakers, we tackle Goop getting in trouble for their coochie egg promises, Michael Moore saying Gwen Stefani is the reason why President Trump exists, and the tale of the people who may have screwed over a homeless man. And because we seem to be experts on eating habits in the workplace, we answer a listener question about a gross eater in their office. Oh, and I listen as question marks come out of Allison’s head as I tell her the rumored cast of the next Dancing with the Stars.
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My dream of being able to make a Caroline In The City reference finally came true in this latest episode while talking about how Allison is also a highly-skilled artiste. Allison drew our faces for our podcast artwork, and after we agree that my cartoon face looks like George Takei holding in a fart and she looks like a sleepy stoner, we defend actor/ex-Trader Joe’s employee Geoffrey Owens against the jobs shamers, I slobber at the mouth about chocolate covered frozen bananas, and we discuss the woman who got caught dipping chicken fangers into Coca-Cola at the U.S. Open. We end with quickly talking about Janet Jackson not knowing what Hot Cheetos are. So yeah, we talk about chocolate covered frozen bananas, chicken fingers, and Hot Cheetos. We’re basically a gourmet food podcast now.
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