The Oscars are a night for class, sophistication, and for Matthew McConaughey to quote himself from '"Dazed and Confused." Bryan and Erin wanted to care about the awards (sort of) but were too busy with inheriting houses, hot yoga, polls on how Americans are feelin' about the gays these days and Barbie's new job as both an entrepreneur and a swimsuit model.
Erin remembers she's half Jewish and Bryan finds out the name of the guy he's dating, plus, seriously fun discussions on CookieCott2014 and the Arizona State Senate's new war on gays.
This week, Bryan and Erin revel in Heather Graham's incredible performance in Lifetime's "Flowers in the Attic" as well as the benefits of swishing coconut oil in your mouth. Bryan throws shade on paid idiot and Bachelor Juan Pablo Galavis who said some pretty terrible things about gay people, or as he calls them, "pervert." Then Erin talks about political hopeful Dick Black, who has some truly insane things to say about women.
Hello Hollywood! Awards season has officially begun, and its undisputed queen is obviously Jacqueline Bisset aka Erin Gibson. This week, Erin takes a closer look at the app Lulu, which lets girls rate dudes they know on Facebook. And Bryan takes a look at new legislation that would criminalize oral and anal sex for teenagers in Virginia, which is a waste of no one's time! Here's hoping Jacqueline Bisset's Golden Globes speech wins Best Picture at the Oscars.
Did you download Beyoncé's new album? Did you send your grandmother flowers? Did you see "Emma Thompson is a Bitch to Walt Disney?" All of those questions and more are answered on this week's Throwing Shade. Erin talks about the serious shade being thrown at women by Time Magazine, and Bryan discusses the five-steps-back anti-gay law in India that criminalizes gayness.
The star of "Stand By Me" and the upcoming Veronica Mars movie sits down with Erin and Bryan this week to discuss the Kardashians, Kickstarter and how he's a "webhead." Plus, Erin talks about title inheritance in aristocratic England. And of course, what a Heart concert at Sea World would look like.
FOD’s Throwing Shade #20 featuring the incomparable Yeardley Smith is now live!
Everyone is confused this week: Erin tries to wrap her brain around American Horror Story, Bryan can’t understand why twitter wasn’t thankful for Kinky Boots, and special guest Yeardley Smith asks why anyone wouldn’t want to wear gold lame and ride camels. It’s like a conversation with your great aunt, except afterwards you won’t feel sad inside!
Just in time for Thanksgivukkah, it’s a freshly-baked episode of FOD’s Throwing Shade! This week Bryan gives thanks for the best parenting advice ever, while Erin is slightly less thankful about body-shaming trolls. Play it for the whole family and watch your Uncle Rob’s homophobic/misogynistic head explode, like the Pilgrims intended.
Pop a pill you found on the gym floor and unwrap a Velveeta brick, ‘cause it’s time for FOD’s Throwing Shade #18: Alec Baldwin and Sex Education! Make sure you watch to the very end: Bryan impresses with his gun/spit-slinging and Erin finally discovers Bryan’s weakness. You’ll laugh, you’ll cry, you’ll fart inaudibly.