Category: Podcasts

We have always lived in a world where he who carries the biggest stick wins. Only it’s no longer he. And the stick is media sycophancy and the proper hashtag. You can’t blame rich ladies in Brentwood for comparing themselves to blatantly exploited migrant female farmworkers.

Everybody takes what they can get. Greedy powerful men apparently like making women watch them shower. Opportunistic wealthy actresses like making the world see them as victims. We all have our defects.

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On this week’s Last Men on Earth podcast, we delve into the fundraising efforts of multi-millionaire actresses, unveil the shitty new plan to pay women more in Iceland just because, postmortem CNN’s gay cruise variety hour of New Year’s Eve, put the nail in the Terry Crews anti-masculinity coffin, wonder why it’s cool for a female comedian to kick all men out of her show, try to figure out who the hell Logan Paul is, and lament how 2018 isn’t going to suddenly make idiots in this world any smarter. We cover a ton.

Every now and then a sage will rise in the world to bring a heavy dose of much needed truth. Paulina Porizkova calling unwanted attention from men a sign that you’re hot is pretty much as close as we get. She may not be right, but in a world where MeToo is actually considered a courageous expression, she’s at least super refreshing.

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On this week’s Last Men on Earth podcast we explore Paulina’s oracle like thoughts, congratulate Anita Hill on her new purely symbolic Commission-hood, guess what kind of smack John Skipper liked most, Matt offers to adopted Keaton Jones, we re-offend Adrienne Lawrence because she’s pretty damn hot, kick Morgan Spurlock out of the tribe of men, and set out DVRs for that amazing new Amanda Knox gender bias TV show. It’s a lot to get to, which is why we drink during the show.

The best part about covering Hollywood insanity, irrationality, and hypocrisy for a living is the never ending supply of content. Maybe that’s like being a sportswriter. Always a new ballgame. In entertainment, there are always well-off idiots covering the self-interest and narcissism required to become a name with some junked up noble purpose. The pendulum swings dramatically in this town, from extreme to extreme with everybody pretending it’s normal. Thankfully so. What a bunch of yucks.

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On this week’s Last Men on Earth Podcast we delve into the obvious convenient ploy of Adriana Lima disavowing her life’s lingerie work, Bella Hadid tear jerking over Jerusalem, question why Sarah Silverman doesn’t understand her twattishness, wondered how old is too old to go punk rock on stage, realistically look at the Paz de la Huerta rape accusations gone South, question the lack of any kind of due process in sexual harassment firings, and wonder how we’d each be described in terms of jobs if we were arrested for being assholes on airplanes. Mostly we drink and eat pizza and this is what comes out.

If you live long enough, you will eventually see a chick singer named Timothy accuse her best friend and much hotter singer of a 72-hour bedroom breakdown dildo courtship against her will. That expression used to mean you’d live to see cars that fly and a cure for better period sex. Now, this is what you get.

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On this week’s Last Men on Earth podcast, Matt and I once again break down the legitimacy of the latest entertainment industry sex crimes claims, praise Angela Magana for wanting women to be beaten to the point of brain damage, wonder if it’s not a good idea to scrub everything we’ve ever said or written online if we ever want real jobs, consider our own picks for Time Person of the Year, and agree with Sheryl Sandberg that women largely have fucked themselves professionally by declaring sexual harassment allegations war on men. Though not upper middle class college educated white women on the coasts, who will continue to milk the shit out of the current pendulum swing.

This week’s show introduced the Morrissey Challenge to the more recent insane number of sexual harassment claims coming out of L.A. and D.C. That is, as Morrissey implied, were these ladies victims of real threats or merely disappointed in how their deals with the devil turned out. I expect this Challenge to catch on, in truly politically incorrect circles. So not very far or wide.

On this week’s Last Men on Earth podcast we delved into the more recent he-almost-touched-me claims including Natalie Portman’s soul robbing private jet story, wondered how much further before Lena Dunham hits rock bottom with a globular thud, questioned why nobody in the media calls sex rehab a massive farce, cried over Charlie Rose’s bare office dick, mocked Playboy’s decision to get big and floppy with their models, and then Matt got another chance to call Amber Heard a scheming whore. We also counted Johnny Depp’s Native American bracelets.

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Not only did we score with hotties actress Alex Rose Wiesel and TV news host Mary Kate Gaffney joining us on the show this week, we took the opportunity to score numerous alleged offenses of many Hollywood #MeToo ladies. This may be the most honest review of ass-finger and shrimp-masturbation tales out there. Who else would dare to touch such a subject? Maybe for good reason.

On this week’s Last Men on Earth podcast we delved deep into the numerous alleged sexual harassment offenses of women in Hollywood, the H.W. teenaged Cop-a-Feeling, wonder how Kim Kardashian free passes her way into a baby shower with no fetus around, wonder who the first idiot chick will be to upload her nudes and sex photos to Facebook, and Matt tells some stories of male woe and misandry that will bring a tear to your man-power eye.

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I’d like to pretend we didn’t get stood up by Miss Southern California America, but we did. Which leads to the important question, does it hurt worse to be stood up by a homely lass or by a woman who can spin a baton while giving the sole straight judge an old man chubby? That’s the kind of wisdom that has to be earned.

On this week’s Last Men on Earth Podcast, we broke new ground on the Rose McGowan as classic heroine argument, supportTaylor Swift against charges of pop Naziism followed by supporting Larry David’s concentration camp humor, draw straws to see who shall speak at Lamar Odom’s funeral, and wonder who will be left in Hollywood in a couple weeks to make any movies or TV shows now that the train cars are being filled with the accused. I guess that’s a Nazi reference too. We’re probably headed for the Southern Poverty Law Center blacklist.

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Whenever we invite female guests on the show, we take odds as to whether or not they’ll show. Or worse, peek into our recording session at Rocco’s and run. It’s high school all over again. For Matt at least. This week we invited Amanda Lauren and Ali Levine on the show. They’re big in the fashion and beauty space. Imagine fashionistas watching hockey skills trials and the reverse speaks to our compatibility. Nevertheless, like Zuckerberg and now Chelsea Handler, we are determined our listening tour include the America we never knew.

On this week’s Last Men on Earth podcast we wondered whether or not Hollywood was much cooler but three weeks ago before the “outings”, consider the martyrdom stats of Megan Fox, cheer on Lindsey Vonn for tub masturbation and athletic bravado, do about the same for Leo DiCaprio, consider whether Andy Dick face licking constitutes assault or just annoying gay male behavior, and blame stage moms for half of all pederastic assaults in Hollywood. We get shit done on this show.

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It’s a good time to be an attractive Indian actress in Hollywood. First, all the gross old Weinsteins are inherently scared of your educated accent and conservative values. Second, the town is looking for hot talented girls with shades beyond pale. Despite her advantages, actress and spiritual Indian woman Préity Üupala agreed to be on our show to give a different perspective on life in the Hollywood bubble. Naturally, we guys quickly steered the conversation into tantric sex where we wondered what kind of man would be down for 24 hours of foreplay and an “internal” ejaculation. Other than Sting.

On this week’s Last Men on Earth podcast, after discussing Tantra with Préity Üupala, we delved into Kit Harrington’s sexism by six-pack claims, the power of the gay mafia in Hollywood enabling pederasty, wonder who the Playboy tranny Playmate is meant for, feel bad for Sean Penn for being fucked by Kate Del Castillo, figuratively and literally, question for what accused crimes you would still support a family member, and wonder how the hell the President of ESPN keeps his job. That’s at least half a dozen topics you’ll never read about in the trades.

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When you book a guest named Mario ‘Scar’ Ponce from the Watchable show, ‘Cholos Try‘, you ought but might not expect the dude to walk in with one wicked fucking scar across his eye. And not the kind of scar you get from playground roughhousing as a kid. The kind you get from a laceration in a violent altercation. I’m scared of Cholos as is. Matt wet himself. But it made for an incredibly insightful look at popular culture from Scar and his girlfriend, Irene, who live in L.A., but are nothing like the L.A. people you hear from in most of our stories. It’s easy to forget that the crow flies distance from Rodeo Drive to the dangerous heart of South Central is about eight miles.

On this week’s Last Men on Earth podcast the white guys and the Mexican-Americans delved into the Harvey Weinstein sexual harassment scandal, the Colin Kaepernick anthem bullshit, Pink skipping sex with her husband for a year, discuss Mayim Bialik’s suggestion that actresses acting less slutty might make them less of targets, and generally carry on a debate as to when it’s too soon to make jokes about events where people were killed or hurt. That’s a doozy.

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