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Hosts Josh and Maureen Goldman, along with a rotating cast of pop culture connoisseurs, break down the best pop culture stories from around the web each week.
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Please rate and subscribe to our podcast if you haven’t already!In Episode 53, we have a special episode featuring Zac Crippen, co-founder of the Vernacular Podcast Network! Josh and Zac talk all about “Spider-Man: Far From Home” and give their overall impressions of the movie, their favorite and least favorite aspects of the film, their thoughts on Tom Holland as Spider-Man and Jake Gyllenhaal as Mysterio, hash out the best supporting characters and discuss where Marvel goes from here.Email us here!
Please rate and subscribe to our podcast if you haven’t already!In Episode 52, Josh kicks things off with a song and gives a non-spoiler review of “Toy Story 4” (it was good but not great). In the Snack Bag, we talk about “Old Town Road’s” dominance on the “Billboard” Hot 100 (can anything dethrone it?) and the fact that “The Office” is leaving Netflix at the end of 2020. In the Premiere Topic, we are talking all about Netflix original films - the good, the bad, the positive and the negative. PLUS, in our teasers, Josh recommends a YouTube series from “Vox” and Maureen suggests a Netflix original series on the food industry in America.Email us! For links mentioned in this episode, go here!
Please rate and subscribe to our podcast if you haven’t already!In Episode 51, we are kicking off Season 2 with a fun episode! In the Snack Bag, we talk about a "Hunger Games" prequel, Kristen Bell and Dax Shepherd’s children discovering their parents are famous and the forthcoming big screen adaptation of the cult hit musical "tick...tick...BOOM!" directed by Lin-Manuel Miranda and possibly starring Andrew Garfield (can he sing?!).In the Premiere Topic, we re-watch and revisit the original Pixar film "Toy Story," 24 years after its release, in advance of "Toy Story 4" hitting theaters on June 21, 2019. We talk about whether or not the movie holds up, what surprised us most about the film and our favorite characters (not named Woody or Buzz). PLUS, in our teasers, Josh recommends an excellent HBO mini-series and Maureen recommends a charming and moving film starring Mark Wahlberg and Rose Byrne.Email us at <u>thepoppedcast@vernacularpodcast.com</u>! For links mentioned in this episode, go here: <u>http://bit.ly/PoppedCastEp51</u>. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thepoppedcast/support
Please rate and subscribe to our podcast if you haven’t already!In Episode 50, we have officially reached our one year anniversary of recording and releasing The Popped Cast! We reflect on a year of podcasting and discuss changes to our upcoming schedule. Then we dive into the Snack Bag where we talk about Gwyneth Paltrow forgetting she was in "Spider-Man: Homecoming" and talk about the just released "Frozen 2" trailer (and whether or not anyone cares that a sequel is coming this fall).In the Marquee Topic, we discuss the 2019 Tony Awards. We dive into our overall impression of the show, how James Corden did as the host, our favorite performances and what CBS is going to do about the sinking ratings for the broadcast.PLUS, in our teasers, Maureen recommends a short book she loved and Josh reads a delightful short story that originated on Twitter.Email us at <u>thepoppedcast@vernacularpodcast.com</u>!For links mentioned in this episode, go here: <u>http://bit.ly/PoppedCastEp50</u>. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thepoppedcast/support
Please rate and subscribe to our podcast if you haven’t already!In Episode 49, we discuss the end of iTunes as we know it (RIP!) and talk about James Holzhauer’s amazing run on "Jeopardy" finally coming to an end (don’t feel too badly - he’s walking away more than $2 million richer).In the Marquee Topic, we are crowning a song of the summer for 2019! We examine six songs and take them through a mini bracket to determine what we think will be the earworm from summer 2019 that we remember for years to come. The contenders include “Boy with Luv” by BTS ft. Halsey, “Juice” by Lizzo, “bad guy” by Billie Eilish, “I Don’t Care” by Ed Sheeran ft. Justin Bieber, “Old Town Road (Remix)” by Lil Nas X ft. Billy Ray Cyrus and “Sucker” by the Jonas Brothers.PLUS, in our teasers, Josh recommends a YouTube series from "Wired" and Maureen recommends a book by Tim Ferriss.Email us at <u>thepoppedcast@vernacularpodcast.com</u>! For links mentioned in this episode, go here: <u>http://bit.ly/PoppedCastEp49</u>. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thepoppedcast/support
Please rate and subscribe to our podcast if you haven’t already!In Episode 48, we follow-up on two of our teasers from a few weeks back. Josh gives an update on how his "American Idol" prediction turned out and Maureen breaks down the ridiculousness of the current season of "The Bachelorette." Then, we chat about Ariana Grande’s new wax figure that doesn’t really look like her (and the general creepiness of wax figures) and discuss Adam Levine stepping away from "The Voice." In the Marquee Topic, we are examining how public backlash to TV shows and movies affects perception of those TV shows and movies and whether or not visceral public reaction is a good or bad thing for pop culture (spoiler: it’s complicated).PLUS, in our teasers, Josh recommends an audition from this season of "America’s Got Talent" and Maureen suggests a podcast with bite-sized episodes on time management.Email us at <u>thepoppedcast@vernacularpodcast.com</u>! For links mentioned in this episode, go here: <u>http://bit.ly/PoppedCastEp48</u>. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thepoppedcast/support
Please rate, review and subscribe to our podcast if you haven’t already!In Episode 47, we follow-up on giving "Saturday Night Live"a second chance (spoiler: it did not go well for the NBC sketch show), give our NON-SPOILER reviews of the finale of "Game of Thrones," discuss just how weird it is that New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady has never eaten a strawberry and share our excitement that Ellen DeGeneres’ talk show was renewed for three more years.In the Marquee Topic, we are looking back at The Backstreet Boys’ 1999 album "Millenium" and consider whether or not that album (along with the albums of other pop stars and boy bands of the time) brought about the rise of Napster and illegal downloads and the subsequent downfall of the music industry. Was there causation? Correlation? No relation? We get into a heated discussion to find out!PLUS, in our teasers, Maureen recommends a new podcast and Josh recommends a series of behind the scenes videos for the last season of "Game of Thrones."Email us at <u>thepoppedcast@vernacularpodcast.com</u>! For links mentioned in this episode, go here: <u>http://bit.ly/PoppedCastEp47</u>. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thepoppedcast/support
Please rate and subscribe to our podcast if you haven’t already!In Episode 46, we talk about Constance Wu’s very public negative reaction to her ABC show “Fresh Off the Boat” being renewed for a sixth season and discuss the trend of naming children after characters from TV shows (especially before you know whether that character is ultimately good or bad).In the Marquee Topic, we look into the state of NBC’s “Saturday Night Live,” one of the longest running programs on TV. We talk about whether or not the show is still funny, what they could do to improve it, the current standout performers and if the host of the show makes any difference from week to week.PLUS, in our teasers, Maureen recommends the trailer for the sixth season of one of her favorite shows and Josh recommends a heartbreaking but inspiring article about perseverance.Email us at <u>thepoppedcast@vernacularpodcast.com</u>! For links mentioned in this episode, go here: <u>http://bit.ly/PoppedCastEp46</u>.  --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thepoppedcast/support
In Episode 45, we chat about the new royal baby, discuss the rogue coffee cup that appeared in a dramatic scene during the latest episode of "Game of Thrones" and talk about the (latest) delay of the "Avatar" sequels (and wonder whether anyone even cares that there will be sequels - hint: nope).In the Marquee Topic, we are joined by special guest Zac Crippen (co-founder of the Vernacular Podcast Network) to do a deep dive into "Avengers: Endgame" and the future of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. WARNING: MAJOR SPOILERS. If you haven’t seen the film and don’t want to be spoiled, skip the conversation and come back after you’ve seen it.PLUS, in our teasers, Josh recommends a fun retrospective on a hit 1999 song and Maureen recommends an upcoming season of TV she is especially excited about.Email us at <u>thepoppedcast@vernacularpodcast.com</u>! For links mentioned in this episode, go here: <u>http://bit.ly/PoppedCastEp45</u>.  --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thepoppedcast/support
In Episode 44, we give an update on Jeopardy champion James Holzhauer ($1.5 million in winnings and counting!), give our brief (and SPOILER-FREE) thoughts on "Avengers: Endgame," discuss the just released Tony Award nominations and remark on the sad passing of director John Singleton.In the Marquee Topic, we look back on the NBC hit comedy "Friends," which had its series finale on May 6, 2004 - 15 years ago! We talk about our favorite characters, whether or not the show holds up today (it’s complicated), where it ranks among the best comedies ever and how the careers of its six stars have fared since the show went off the air.PLUS, in our teasers, Josh recommends a fun summer song and Maureen suggests an article on Vox.Email us at <u>thepoppedcast@vernacularpodcast.com</u>! For links mentioned in this episode, go here: <u>http://bit.ly/PoppedCastEp44</u>.  --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thepoppedcast/support
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