Hal Lublin’s returned from his great boat adventure as we inch closer and closer to Wrestlemania!
We’ve gotten more matches confirmed for the show of shows! Seth Rollins vs. Triple H looks like it will happen; AJ Styles put Shane McMahon’s head through a car window (a fact that WWE replays wouldn’t let us forget); and both RAW and Smackdown Tag Team Champions got the chance to perform!
We’ll break all that down and so much more.
The rise of the smart mark has changed the business of pro wrestling, for better and for worse. How can WWE better address the storylines that fans want to see? How can fans temper the expectations so that they enjoy wrestling more? The Nation of Conversation will explore both options.
The Three Count:
Hal put over Corey Graves on Talking Smack
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This week Bryan shares his interest in finding out if Parade magazine has a website, while Erin wonders if coincidences are fun. Also, Trumpcare is here and it's here to destroy reproductive rights and services for women. Plus, the Trump administration recently rolled back the rights of Transgender students in Public schools to use the bathroom they identify with which has already started stirring up hate speech and discrimination against them.
Only 1 Episode left of Throwing Shade on TV Land honeybunz! Watch Tuesday at 10:30 PM.
Tamara brings the case against her husband, Aaron. Tamara says their kids have too many toys with nowhere to store them. She wants to put a moratorium on incoming gifts for one year. Aaron thinks this is too extreme.
Thank you to Mike Bruni for suggesting this week's title! To suggest a title for a future episode, like Judge John Hodgman on Facebook. We regularly put a call for submissions.
If you wear clothes, you're going to love this Adam Ruins Everything podcast. Our guest, Professor Laura McAndrews, appeared on Adam Ruins Shopping Malls where she discussed the deceptions surrounding outlets malls. But on the podcast, Laura really goes into depth about the inner-workings of fast fashion. And she would know - she lived it!
Laura worked in retail for years, primarily for Gap and Urban Outfitters. She traveled to factories all over the world to oversee fashion production. The clothes might have been cute, but the rest wasn't pretty. Laura recalls many of these experiences on the podcast - from noticing the poor construction of these clothes to the awful working conditions for the factory workers. Eventually, Laura left fashion for academia. She now teaches textiles, merchandising and interiors at the University of Georgia, and she encourages her students to speak up about working conditions once they enter the workforce.
Adam is on Twitter @AdamConover and you can find past episodes and bonus content from the TruTV show at AdamRuinsEverything.com. Produced by Shara Morris for MaximumFun.org.
This week, Guy and Margaret are joined by the host of My Favorite Murder, Karen Kilgariff, as well as LA Weekly film critic April Wolfe to talk FX's Feud, the Ryan Murphy miniseries Guy describes as "the most important story in the gay canon". Also, GUY BRANUM KNOWS WHAT'S GOING TO HAPPEN IN GAME OF THRONES SEASON SEVEN!!! Like, for real. No joke.
The camp level in the Feud discussion is high, while the analysis runs deep. Plus, April tells us about her affection for a French vegan turned cannibal in RAW; Margaret explains what happened to the real-life daughters of Bette Davis and Joan Crawford; Karen is legit scared by the Remy Ma/Nicki Minaj; Guy divulges the series of events that occurred which enabled him to read a GoT season 7 script.
That’s My Jam:
Each week we’ll add everyone’s jams to this handy Spotify playlist.
Hello there Cool Kids! So, due to both Travis and Brent traveling, this episode is a little light. By "light" we mean a whole bunch of brief stories rather than in-depth coverage of one or two stories. But don't be fooled, the episode is still almost an hour and a half long! In Headlines this week, we're talking BBC Dad, Vibrator Lawsuit and Fearless Girl statue. In Politics Round up, we cover Healthcare Bill Update, Steve King Tweets, Jeff Sessions Fires Judges and a Wiretapping Update! And of course, the Wi-Five of the Week! Enjoy, and be sure to share!
Hello Buddies! Welcome to an all new Bunker Buddies! A very special episode this week with the return of Ali Spagnola fresh off her survival training for the show NAKED AND AFRIAD! Which includes watching TV barefoot while walking on rocks! We discuss a new "would you rather": drunk-pocalypse or high-pocalypse?! Which one are you more likely to survive? It's all happening right now in the bunker! Enjoy the show! Subscribe! Rate! And share! We're all in this together. It's not a matter of "if" but "when"... Stay safe out there.
Alexa Loftus (@alexaloftus) joins the ladies to discuss Alexa the robot, doll babies, beards, quitting, palm springs, pop stars, katy perry, horror movies, fuck it moments, and more! Produced by David Janove, booker Marie Colette, theme song Zach Ames.
When some stripper glitter starts clogging critical ship systems, the Entrepreneur crew have a much worse problem to deal with, and she has kompromat on the show’s writers. In what way does this differ from Burning Man? What’s wrong with Adam’s chili recipe? Is the ship’s computer rejecting the premise of the episode? How is Minister Campio ever gonna get a square job when he has all those crazy tats? It’s the episode that separates the Pee-Wee from The Boys.
Hal clears up some rumors about his feelings for ketchup as he and Mark talk about the surprising varieties of ketchup that exist around the world. Can the global juggernaut that is Heinz be toppled?