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Jinkies! Donny is on the case of Chelsea not liking the live action Scooby Doo movie, and it appears this week's guest, Jamie of @milennial_misery, is her accomplice. As Donny tries to get them to see the error of their ways (he almost succeeds), Chelsea and Jamie disgust him by bonding over their love of South Park instead. Then, Chelsea pulls a Luna Ghost and terrifies Donny and Jamie by recounting one of her vacations to Mexico. Also, Chelsea used to eat dog food. Ruh Roh.Be sure to watch "Can't Hardly Wait" before Donny & Chelsea cover it next week! For our merch, check out iamthecuteone.comWant to continue conversations brought up in this episode? Head over to thedipp.com/i-am-the-cute-one, where we and our listeners will be digging even deeper into our favorite movies of the early aughts. If you'd like to create your own posts (instead of just responding), email hi@thedipp.com to get on the exclusive list of Dipp members who can start conversations themselves! Use code SPRING for 95% off!Follow Us on Social Media!The Dipp: @thedippChelsea: @ohnochelsDonny: @realdonnywood
Consider this a business woman special! Donny and Chelsea are joined by Emily Hanks, the host of 'She Speaks Bravo' to cover 'Romy & Michele's High School Reunion.' Donny admits the reason he’s in his yearbook 72 times, and Chelsea guesses Alan Cumming’s last name - incorrectly. Then, Emily is tasked with an uncompromising job: she must decide who is the Mary and the Rhoda out of the hosting duo.Be sure to watch "Scooby Doo" before Donny & Chelsea cover it next week! For our merch, check out iamthecuteone.comAnd for our Business Woman's Special: https://www.iamthecuteone.com/listing/business-woman-s-specialWant to continue conversations brought up in this episode? Head over to thedipp.com/i-am-the-cute-one, where we and our listeners will be digging even deeper into our favorite movies of the early aughts. If you'd like to create your own posts (instead of just responding), email hi@thedipp.com to get on the exclusive list of Dipp members who can start conversations themselves! Use code SPRING for 95% off!Follow Us on Social Media!The Dipp: @thedippChelsea: @ohnochelsDonny: @realdonnywood
@MilennialKyle may not be the best god d-mned dancer at the American Ballet Academy, but he IS one of the best nostalgic dancers on TikTok (check out his body rolls if you don't believe us!), and he's joining Chelsea and Donny this week to cover 'the dance movie with too much dancing' - Center Stage! After spending half of the movie trying to tell the cast members apart and waiting for a Julia Stiles entrance, Chelsea turns in her feminism card to verbally attack Jody Sawyer. Meanwhile, Donny shares stories of waking up naked at the kitchen table and educates them on why wearing white socks was mandatory in his elementary school. Also, the trio try to figure out what Cooper's ballet was about.Be sure to watch "Romy and Michele's High School Reunion" before Donny & Chelsea cover it next week! Want to continue conversations brought up in this episode? Head over to thedipp.com/i-am-the-cute-one, where we and our listeners will be digging even deeper into our favorite movies of the early aughts. If you'd like to create your own posts (instead of just responding), email hi@thedipp.com to get on the exclusive list of Dipp members who can start conversations themselves!Follow Us on Social Media!The Dipp: @thedippChelsea: @ohnochelsDonny: @realdonnywood
Donny and Chelsea welcome Jade (@shinypretties) to their Kevin James stan podcast to cover the VERY 2005 movie, 'Hitch,' but first they discuss the middle school matchmaking service, Datamatch, and the wild VH1 show 'The Pickup Artist.' Chelsea teaches Jade and Donny a drinking game and shares a story about a previous unhealthy relationship that left her topless by a lake while Donny defends 'The King of Queens" and teaches the hit dance move, "The ATM." Also, Jade stresses the importance of having a gimmick and giggles over the idea of people having allergic reactions.Be sure to watch "Center Stage" before Donny & Chelsea cover it next week! Want to continue conversations brought up in this episode? Head over to thedipp.com/i-am-the-cute-one, where we and our listeners will be digging even deeper into our favorite movies of the early aughts. If you'd like to create your own posts (instead of just responding), email hi@thedipp.com to get on the exclusive list of Dipp members who can start conversations themselves! Use code SALSA for 75% OFF!Follow Us on Social Media!The Dipp: @thedippChelsea: @ohnochelsDonny: @realdonnywood
While it would have made sense to talk about "Saved" for their Easter episode, Donny and Chelsea aren't necessarily known for making sense, so they're covering the next most religious movie they could think of - "Coyote Ugly," and they have Peter and Chloe of @iamthirtyaf to assist! They can't fight the moonlight, but they CAN discuss their first cell phones, Tyra's never-ending ability to be unhinged in all that she does, the pure chaos of Piper Perabo doing a striptease in front of 23 life size cardboard cutouts, and why exactly a LeAnn Rimes duet with herself is necessary. Also, the logistics of being a patron at Coyote Ugly HAVE to be discussed because this is psychological warfare. Be sure to watch "Hitch" before Donny & Chelsea cover it next week!Want to continue conversations brought up in this episode? Head over to thedipp.com/i-am-the-cute-one, where we and our listeners will be digging even deeper into our favorite movies of the early aughts. If you'd like to create your own posts (instead of just responding), email hi@thedipp.com to get on the exclusive list of Dipp members who can start conversations themselves! Use code SALSA for 75% OFF!Follow Us on Social Media!The Dipp: @thedippChelsea: @ohnochelsDonny: @realdonnywood
Save the heathens, Hilary Faye. Donny and Chelsea are back with more church stories as they recap a movie Donny hasn't pleasured himself to - "Saved," and they have Bridget from @literaltrash2004 to help them. Jesus is on Chelsea's side this week as she once was (face) blind, but now she sees Macaulay Culkin, Mandy Moore AND "the one from Hunger Games." The group also discusses made-for-TV movies, graphic tees, chin zits, and school violence episodes of the early 2000s. Also, Chelsea confesses she had Mandy Moore's ugly haircut and sorts Bridget and Donny into Harry Potter houses (incorrectly).Be sure to watch "Coyote Ugly" before Donny & Chelsea cover it next week!Want to continue conversations brought up in this episode? Head over to thedipp.com/i-am-the-cute-one, where we and our listeners will be digging even deeper into our favorite movies of the early aughts. If you'd like to create your own posts (instead of just responding), email hi@thedipp.com to get on the exclusive list of Dipp members who can start conversations themselves! Use code SALSA for 75% OFF!Follow Us on Social Media!The Dipp: @thedippChelsea: @ohnochelsDonny: @realdonnywood
In honor of "The Lost City" in theaters now, Donny and Chelsea are recapping another Sandy B classic - "Miss Congeniality" - with comedian, impressionist, and Danny Devito's long lost daughter, Andrea Lopez. With Donny Appreciation Month behind them, the trio discuss the importance of bots, the undercover work of their past, Sandy B's makeover in a WWII airport, and Chelsea's stint in... obedience school.Be sure to watch "Saved" before Donny & Chelsea cover it next week!Want to continue conversations brought up in this episode? Head over to thedipp.com/i-am-the-cute-one, where we and our listeners will be digging even deeper into our favorite movies of the early aughts. If you'd like to create your own posts (instead of just responding), email hi@thedipp.com to get on the exclusive list of Dipp members who can start conversations themselves!Follow Us on Social Media!The Dipp: @thedippChelsea: @ohnochelsDonny: @realdonnywood
Hot off the release of his "Don't Call Me" music video that pays homage to another pop culture phenomenon of the 90s, Joseph Shepherd (host of the "Exposed: Dragged Out" podcast), joins Chelsea and Donny to celebrate one of the most memorable movies of our favorite decade - Cruel Intentions. Things get weird QUICKLY as Chelsea tells stories about her friends getting trapped in cars and Donny shares how often he peed himself in middle school (spoiler alert: it was often). Also, behind the scenes stories about Reese Witherspoon and Ryan Phillippe are shared.Be sure to watch "Miss Congeniality" before Donny & Chelsea cover it next week!Want to continue conversations brought up in this episode? Head over to thedipp.com/i-am-the-cute-one, where we and our listeners will be digging even deeper into our favorite movies of the early aughts. Use code GUAC to join the convo for $6 a year. If you'd like to create your own posts (instead of just responding), email hi@thedipp.com to get on the exclusive list of Dipp members who can start conversations themselves!Follow Us on Social Media!The Dipp: @thedippChelsea: @ohnochelsDonny: @realdonnywood
It's (finally) Donny's birthday, and to celebrate, he forces Chelsea to watch "High School Musical!" Luckily, he has Jessica Conrad on his side, who comes prepared in her finest HSM merch. They discuss their most cringe-worthy drama club moments (and Chelsea's fear of theater kids) and the highs and lows of being Team Sharpay in a Gabriella world. Also, Donny shares his secret "Euphoria" writing credit.Be sure to watch "Cruel Intentions" before Donny & Chelsea cover it next week!The Donny Appreciation Month sweepstakes has begun! Send the secret code word from the first three episodes in March to sweepstakes@thedipp.com to be in the running to win a swag bag representing Donny & Chelsea's favorite moments from the podcast! A winner will be picked on March 27, 2022!If you want to spend Donny's *actual* birthday with Donny and Chelsea, they have partnered with @BeKindRewindLA for a virtual 90s/2000s trivia night! There will be 5 rounds of trivia, prizes, and (most importantly) CHAOS! Click here to get your ticket: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/90s2000s-virtual-trivia-tickets-292177610097?ref=eiosWant to continue conversations brought up in this episode? Head over to thedipp.com/i-am-the-cute-one, where we and our listeners will be digging even deeper into our favorite movies of the early aughts. Use code GUAC to join the convo for $6 a year. If you'd like to create your own posts (instead of just responding), email hi@thedipp.com to get on the exclusive list of Dipp members who can start conversations themselves!Follow Us on Social Media!The Dipp: @thedippChelsea: @ohnochelsDonny: @realdonnywood
Donny and Chelsea trick Erin Miller into watching "Drive Me Crazy" for her first podcast appearance, but they quickly learn they should have just watched the music video instead. They discuss their dream TGIF lineup, Melissa Joan Hart's anger about the movie's soundtrack, school pranks, the mismatched casting of this film, and debate whether they were popular in high school. The trio also relive the horrors of M. Night Shyamalan's "The Sixth Sense," but that's no match for the chilling answering machine messages Donny used to create or the horrifying coffee commercial starring TV's Sabrina.Be sure to watch "High School Musical" before Donny & Chelsea cover it next week!The Donny Appreciation Month sweepstakes has begun! Send the secret code word from the first three episodes in March to sweepstakes@thedipp.com to be in the running to win a swag bag representing Donny & Chelsea's favorite moments from the podcast!If you want to spend Donny's *actual* birthday with Donny and Chelsea, they have partnered with @BeKindRewindLA for a virtual 90s/2000s trivia night! There will be 5 rounds of trivia, prizes, and (most importantly) CHAOS! Click here to get your ticket: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/90s2000s-virtual-trivia-tickets-292177610097?ref=eiosWant to continue conversations brought up in this episode? Head over to thedipp.com/i-am-the-cute-one, where we and our listeners will be digging even deeper into our favorite movies of the early aughts. Use code GUAC to join the convo for $6 a year. If you'd like to create your own posts (instead of just responding), email hi@thedipp.com to get on the exclusive list of Dipp members who can start conversations themselves!Follow Us on Social Media!The Dipp: @thedippChelsea: @ohnochelsDonny: @realdonnywood
It's officially Donny Appreciation Month, and Tom Hamlett of Dumpster Dive Podcast joins Chelsea to celebrate Donny the best way they know how: terrorizing him and bullying him for loving mediocre movies of the early aughts. Helen Mirren may have recently won a SAG Award for Lifetime Achievement, but that doesn't make her safe from Tom's criticism. Don't worry - Donny is ready to defend this movie and the performances in it to the grave (RIP Trudy Tucker.)The Donny Appreciation Month sweepstakes has begun! Send the secret code word from this and our next two episodes to sweepstakes@thedipp.com to be in the running to win a swag bag representing Donny & Chelsea's favorite moments from the podcast!Want to continue conversations brought up in this episode? Head over to thedipp.com/i-am-the-cute-one, where we and our listeners will be digging even deeper into our favorite movies of the early aughts. Use code GUAC to join the convo for $6 a year. If you'd like to create your own posts (instead of just responding), email hi@thedipp.com to get on the exclusive list of Dipp members who can start conversations themselves!Follow Us on Social Media!The Dipp: @thedippChelsea: @ohnochelsDonny: @realdonnywood
Nothing you can do can keep Priscilla (@bonjourbitchesblog) away from... appearing on 'I Am The Cute One,' and this week, she's here to recap 'Sister Act' (and try to steal Chelsea's spot as co-host.) The three discuss the horrifying toys of the 90s - bugs are for boys! - before diving into important takeaways from the movie, including their most vivid jukebox memories, being banned from youth group for teaching "inappropriate" church music, and Dolores' chic fashions that are still very much in today. Then, Donny shares an earth-shattering secret from the set - but don't tell his dad!Follow Us on Social Media!The Dipp: @thedippChelsea: @ohnochelsDonny: @realdonnywood
Kate Steinberg survived HBO Max's '12 Dates of Christmas,' but can she make it through recapping a teen movie from the early aughts with Donny and Chelsea? Of course she can! Why? Because she's all that! Donny shares some heartbreaking stories about his time in the theater, Chelsea shocks her guest and co-host with troubling tales of music festivals (and trampolines), and the three bond over their love of early 2000's reality TV (none of which aged well, btw.)Follow Us on Instagram!The Dipp: @thedippChelsea: @ohnochelsDonny: @realdonnywood
Nothing says Valentine's Day like making a bet you can make a woman fall in love with you while simultaneously having that woman terrorize you for 10 days straight to make you run for the hills. Donny and Chelsea (who are pros at terrorizing someone for days at a time) are joined by Janine, aka @retr0avocado, to recap the highly unhinged "How To Lose A Guy in 10 Days." Well - she thought. Instead, she is filled with horror as Donny and Chelsea tell tale after tale of bad dates, movie theater etiquette, and chasing away boys with wild behavior. But somehow, they don't scare Janine away and the three are able to bond over their love of 2000s' magazines and Livejournals.Our Livejournals May Be Deactivated, But You Can Follow Us on Social Media!The Dipp: @thedippChelsea: @ohnochelsDonny: @realdonnywood
Christine Biancavilla joins Donny & Chelsea to recap their most problematic movie yet: "Never Been Kissed" (which, it turns out, should have been called "Never Had a WAP" because we've been lied to our entire lives and Josie Grossie has, indeed, been kissed). This falls appropriately in theme with Chelsea sharing the most problematic story ever told on the podcast, (which, surprisingly, is not about hanging out Dunkin' Donuts parking lots) leaving Donny shocked. As always, Donny tries to out-do her and makes an alarming statement that will probably get him cancelled. The trio also discuss the power of "No Scrubs," Hit Clips and the best SNL casts.Follow Us on Social Media: The Dipp: @thedippChelsea: @ohnochelsDonny: @realdonnywood
I hate the way you talk to me and the way you cut your hair. I hate the way you drive my car, I hate that Chelsea likes Bianca's prom dress. Kendrick Tucker stops by the "I Am The Cute One" studios (which, unfortunately, does not have bands perform on the roof) to recap "10 Things I Hate About You," and Chelsea and Donny quickly discover they are the sisters from this movie: Donny as the sister from Planet Look at Me, and Chelsea as the heinous bitch, naturally. The three share their craziest birth control stories, memories of Driver's Ed, and the best smut stories they've ever read. Also, more details of the Little Bo Peep story are revealed, the writers of "She's The Man" are up to their old tricks, and Chelsea begins her research on a very important topic.Follow Us on Social Media!The Dipp: @thedippChelsea: @ohnochelsDonny: @realdonnywood
Donny's worlds collide as his work husband (Chelsea) and real-life husband (Quin Lamar) join forces to discuss the Jennifer Gardener/Mark Buffalo classic, "13 Going On 30." But first, Quin shares his experiences as a "Seven Minutes in Heaven Facilitator," which is really just a reason for him to tell Donny and Chelsea about his first orgy. The three ponder if the 13-year-old versions of themselves would be happy with where they are in life (Quin would be thrilled with his choice of a husband. Right? RIGHT?!) Donny and Chelsea bond over the Rihanna milestones in their life, and Quin makes a shocking revelation that Donny has been hiding during his whole friendship with Chelsea.Follow Us on Social Media!The Dipp: @thedippChelsea: @ohnochelsDonny: @realdonnywood
Noor from "The Reality Is" podcast joins Donny and Chelsea to recap "The Princess Diaries," but before they get to the movie, the hosts try to bully their guest into telling them they look like celebrities (that they don't look like). Together, they try to get to the bottom of the Anne Hathaway hatred of the mid-2000s (it's the pixie cut, right?) Donny shares his most traumatizing memory that leaves him blushing, and Chelsea admits that she knows she'd be a great cult leader. Chelsea is reminded repeatedly in this episode that Donny is a boy, but they bond over their time doing morning announcements in middle school. This episode is brought to you by Alyssa Milano (but she doesn't know it).Follow Us on Social Media!The Dipp: @thedippChelsea: @ohnochelsDonny: @realdonnywood
Chelsea, Donny and this week's guest, Annabelle DeSisto of "Adderall & Compliments," may not have been able to find a pair of Levi's that fit all three of them, but they did find time to talk for an hour about the longest movie with no plot: "Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants." And just like that, the group realizes that this movie is just "Sex and the City" for tweens, so they debate which character is which (there's only one right answer). Chelsea admits a life-long secret and her most toxic trait, and not one to be outdone, Donny confesses which pop culture phenomenon he somehow missed out on. Then, Chelsea tells a story about her magical backpack that she thinks Donny and Annabelle will be charmed by, but instead they're disgusted and creeped out. Finally, Bailey's stint in the hospital reminds Donny of the best Punk'd episode of all time (tied only with Ellen Pompeo threatening to murder a waitress for flirting with her boyfriend). TW: assault and childhood deathFollow Us on Social Media!The Dipp: @thedippChelsea: @ohnochelsDonny: @realdonnywood
"Josie and the Pussycats is the best movie ever," (Mr. Moviephone voice) and co-host of "I'm Sorry," Kiki Monique (@thetalkofshame) is here to break it down with Chelsea and Donny. Having the host of a podcast about apologies seems to be a good decision for this episode when Donny decides to break out an impression he's been working on since 2001. Then, they discuss some insane casting choices, try to get to the bottom of why a movie with so much to say could flop so badly, and debate whether or not the band would have been popular in real life. Also, Chelsea better brush her teeth to get back on Archie Comics' good side because she tells a chilling tale about McDonald's that they definitely would not approve of.Follow Us on Social Media!The Dipp: @thedippChelsea: @ohnochelsDonny: @realdonnywood
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