Who’s your daddy? (Us. It’s us.)
We’ve done Fictional Moms so it’s only fair to pass some love to daddys right? So join Tuong La Fur-Fathers Axandre Lemours, Catherine Ballachey, and Alli Harris as they work out their collective issues and rank Top 5 Fictional Dads.
Who’s your daddy? (Us. It’s us.)
“The streets were made of music”.
Even if you aren’t a Broadway nerd, you probably have at least heard of the hit musical “Hamilton” by now. But long before Hamilton became the musical juggernaut that it is, a young Lin Manuel Miranda made his first masterpiece back in 2008 that also so happened to win Best Musical. Blending a myriad of different styles of music from hip hop to Latin influenced to soul (etc.) while also telling a moving story about community and family made adapting this stage musical to the big screen a no brainer. So join Tuong and Huge Broadway Nerd/Disney Dummies Laura Gordon as they sing and dance their way through talking about 2021’s In the Heights!
Sal struggles to raise Dex with minimal help from Angus. Jenny Booth (Kristine Shadid) a Super City Food Truck owner comes in to see if she can her smoothie truck.
The time has come for the Dummies to go under the sea with friends Ariel, Sebastian, Flounder, and more! We’re turning up the heat at the bottom of the ocean as we discuss The Little Mermaid in all its glory. From outstanding animation to unforgettable music, there’s a lot to say about the movie that made us all want to be part of that world.
No closer to finding out what love is? Don’t cry about it. Or do! Heartbreak is tough, but this week Justin and Cassie interview other listeners to hear their stories about heartbreak. Maybe, just maybe you won’t feel so all alone. Get your tissues ready, it’s about to get sad:).
“There it is. That funny feeling.”
From viral YouTube star to award winning film director, singer songwriter, comedian, etc. Bo Burnham is one of the most uniquely talented individuals in entertainment today. Juggling the fine line between comedy and music, he somehow finds a way to make you laugh, cry, and contemplate the f*cked up world we live in today while also making you bob your head to some of the catchiest original tunes. So join Tuong and Love is…’s Justin Otto as they talk and gush about Bo’s latest Netflix special which he edited, directed, shot, performed all by himself: Inside.
Question everything (even this podcast).
Humans have this undying and relentless need to uncover the truth to things. However, sometimes an answer to a question is not satisfying enough and we are left in this state of “well that’s too simple” or “I don’t buy it”. That’s why we gravitate towards conspiracy theories, as wild as some may be. They contain just enough nuggets of truth in there to make things plausible and their explanation can throw everything back into question on what we know. So join Tuong La and co-conspirators Patricia Eddu, Stefanie McBurns, and Stenley Philippe as they question everything (including themselves) while ranking Top 5 Conspiracy Theories!
“It’s A Goddamn Zombie Tiger. That’s Crossing The Line.”
George A. Romero’s Dawn of the Dead (1978) is one of the most beloved and seminal zombie movies in cinema. When Zack Snyder remade it in 2004 it had a high bar to clear which it somehow successfully did, modernizing what a zombie film could be. Well after 15 years, Zack Snyder is taking another crack at the undead with a spiritual successor to these beloved films. So join Tuong and The Sonar Network’s Michael Mongiardi as they try to survive the onslaught of zombies (and Dave Bautista’s muscles) by talking about 2021’s Army of the Dead!
While Angus and Sal adjust to being parents they try to help Dr. Garfield (Tom Zolatnai, The Upford Network), a guidance counselor who is being bullied at school by the lunch lady. If you want…
Oliver and Company dares to ask the existential question: why should I worry? Well, for starters, he’s a cat in a dog’s world, but lucky for Oliver those dogs are happy to have him join the crew – and maybe even help him find a home along the way. Sing along with the Dummies as they rock out to Disney’s earwormiest song so far, and learn what it takes to survive as a little cat in the big city.