Drew Droege

Troubled Waters Episode 2: The Favourite vs Eighth Grade

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Show: 
Troubled Waters
Guests: 
Drew Droege
Guests: 
Moujan Zolfaghari
Guests: 
Eric Lampaert
Guests: 
Stephanie Escajeda

Eric Lampaert, Drew Droege, Moujan Zolfaghari, and Stephanie Escajeda join Dave Holmes to decide once and for all what was the best film of 2018: The Favourite or Eighth Grade.

Team The Favourite
Eric Lampaert and Stephanie Escajeda

Team Eighth Grade
Moujan Zolfaghari and Drew Droege

This week, our teams try to guess what celebrities our listeners have met, tell us their run-ins with Los Angeles parking enforcement, and argue over what town should have the world's tallest moose statue.

Eric Lampaert wants to plug his album, Alien of Extraordinary Ability, Comedians Cinema Club and his upcoming film roles and recommends No Such Thing As A Fish.

Drew Droege wants to plug Born to Win at the Celebration Theatre and his appearance on Drunk History.

Moujan Zolfaghari wants to plug Mission to Zyxx, now on Maximum Fun and Human Kind Of and recommends Schitt's Creek.

Stephanie Escajeda wants to plug her appearance on Crazy Ex-Girlfriend and recommends So You're Going Bald!.

And finally, Dave Holmes is on Twitter @DaveHolmes

Find us on Twitter! We are @TroubledPod. You can also find us on Facebook .

Call us on the official Troubled Waters hotline! Our number is 323-300-4984. Our producers will have a new prompt for you to answer and we may just use your call on the show.

Don't want to pay those pesky international calling fees? Email us a voice memo!
troubledwaterspod@gmail.com

Written by Riley Silverman and John-Luke Roberts, recorded at MaxFunHQ in LA, produced by Christian Dueñas and Laura Swisher.

Ep 12: Go Fact Yourself with Drew Droege & Chelsey Crisp

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(l - r) J. Keith Van Straaten, Helen Hong, Laraine Newman, Drew Droege, Chelsey Crisp, Michael Jay
Guests: 
Drew Droege & Chelsey Crisp
Guests: 
Drew Droege
Guests: 
Chelsey Crisp
Guests: 
Laraine Newman

In this episode, actor and comedian Drew Droege faces off against Chelsey Crisp of “Fresh Off the Boat”.

We learn lots of interesting facts about Drew and Chelsey in this episode. Chelsey, now a vegan, recalls what it was like eating leeches on Fear Factor. Before Drew began starring in the Charles Busch play Die, Mommie Die!, he was most recognized for his Chloe Sevigny videos. Ever wonder what it’s like to achieve a certain level of fame doing impressions of someone even more famous...and then run into that person at a party? Droege does.

On Go Fact Yourself, it’s not uncommon for the guest experts to be as accomplished as our guests, and Chelsey and Drew were thrilled to meet their respective experts. In fact, one of our experts shares some news about a certain French Canadian chanteuse that’s never been revealed in public before.

Do YOU Know the Difference?
What is the difference between a AMIABLE and AMICABLE?
What is the difference between REFUTE and REBUT?

Areas of Expertise
Chelsey’s Crisp: Celine Dion music, Vegan Food, and Self-tanning tips
Drew Droege: 1970s Movies, Serial Killers, “Saturday Night Live”

Appearing in this episode:

J. Keith van Straaten
Helen Hong
Chelsey Crisp,
Drew Droege,

With guest experts:
Laraine Newman
Songwriter Michael Jay

Go Fact Yourself was devised by Jim Newman and J. Keith van Straaten, and produced in collaboration with Maximum Fun. The show is recorded at the Angel City Brewery in downtown Los Angeles.

Theme Song by Jonathan Green
David McKeever is the Live Sound Engineer.
Maximum Fun's Senior Producer is Laura Swisher
The show is edited by Julian Burrell

Pop Rocket: Episode 40 Throwing Shade Switcheroo

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Jessica, Drew, Bryan & Erin
Guests: 
Bryan Safi
Guests: 
Erin Gibson
Guests: 
Drew Droege
Guests: 
Jessica Jardine

Throwing Shade's Bryan Safi and Erin Gibson take over Pop Rocket as part of MaxFun's #GreatSwitcheroo.

With Bryan Safi, Erin Gibson, Drew Droege and Jessica Jardine.

Every week we start the show by taking a question from a listener about our own pop culture tastes. This week: What piece of culture (movie, song, TV show) do you most find yourself introducing new people to?
Bryan Safi - Karina Longworth's You Must Remember This podcast. Especially the series of episodes about Charles Manson's Hollywood.
Erin Gibson - Brock O'Hurn on Instagram
Drew Droege - The documentary Finders Keeper
Jessica Jardine - The Russ Meyer / Roger Ebert movie Beyond the Valley of the Dolls
Thanks to Jamie Tyler in the Pop Rocket Facebook group for that question.

That’s My Jam:
Bryan Safi - Judy Garland and Liza Minnelli performing He's Got the Whole World In His Hands
Erin Gibson - Strange Things Happen Everyday by Sister Rosetta Tharpe
Drew Droege - Let's All Chant by The Michael Zager Band
Jessica Jardine - How Deep Is Your Love by Calvin Harris and The Disciples

Each week we’ll add everyone’s jams to this handy Spotify playlist.

You can let us know what you think of Pop Rocket and suggest topics in our Facebook group or via @PopRocket on Twitter.

Jordan, Jesse, Go! Episode 176: Kappa Kappa Kappa with Drew Droege

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Guests: 
Drew Droege

Drew Droege from the Glitter in the Garbage podcast joins us to talk about theater, Jamie Foxx's birthday party and sleeping in the bathtub.

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