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FOF #2790 – Send in the Clowns

Critics are describing Todd Phillips’ psychological thriller Joker as “toxic” and “irresponsible.” Featuring Joaquin Phoenix as Joker, the film avoids the traditional comic book blockbuster but instead draws on classic films like The King of Comedy in order to explore the real inequalities in modern day America.

Today we take a look at Todd Phillips’ new film Joker and how folks like Martin Scorsese and Jennifer Anniston think superhero blockbuster films are destroying Hollywood.

Posted in: Culture & Style, Movies, Podcast 1 month ago 1

FOFA #1805 – The Purrrfect Legacy of Eartha Kitt

Since Valentina portrayed Eartha Kitt on RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars 4 we’ve been thinking about this lovely interview we did with Eartha Kitt’s daughter Kitt Shapiro.

Please enjoy this classic podcast where we talk with Kitt about growing up the daughter of the amazing artist Eartha Kitt.

Posted in: Actors, Classic Podcasts, Interviews, Musicians, Podcast 9 months ago 0

FOF #2314 – Who is Hotter: Ben Affleck or Henry Cavil?

Despite bringing in over $400 million dollars on its opening weekend, critics are panning the new Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice movie, calling it a “knight-mare.” Even the hilarious “Sad Ben Affleck” is turning into an Internet meme.

Today Brian Sweeney joins us to look at all the spectacular ways Batman v Superman failed, but more importantly: who would you rather sleep with: Ben Affleck or Henry Cavill?

Posted in: Podcast 4 years ago 12

FOF #2179 – Dixie Lynn Cartwright Has No Class

After eight long years, Dixie Lynn Cartwright is leaving her day job teaching the developmentally disabled to chase her dream of being a drag superstar.

She’s leaving a lot of stress behind but she’s hella nervous as to what the future has in store. And maybe you should be too now that she’s out on the loose!

Posted in: Drag Queens & Kings, Podcast 4 years ago 4
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FOFA #2071 – Trixie Mattel’s Poker Face

Trixie Mattel may be famous now but we knew her way back when. Well, since October of 2014 when we first interviewed her.

Listen as we test Trixie’s poker face about wether she got on RuPaul’s Drag Race and her two month long illness she endured this past summer. Cough Cough.

Posted in: Classic Podcasts, Drag Queens & Kings, Podcast 5 years ago 4

FOF #2117 – Don’t Hate Me Because I’m Beautiful

Many people view the idea of getting into a relationship with a hot sexy guy with grave trepidation. They fear they’ll ultimately get rejected for not measuring up.

And guess what? They may be right. At least according to a new study, which says handsome men are more inclined to be selfish making them more likely to get away with murder.

Posted in: Podcast 5 years ago 0

FOF #2071 – Trixie Mattel’s Poker Face

Trixie Mattel was born at a midnight showing of the Rocky Horror Picture Show where she played Trixie, the character that lip syncs the opening credits.

Trixie’s intense contouring gives her drag look a demented cartoon character appeal and her performance echoes the kitschiest parts of pop culture. So why is she considered the black sheep of Milwaukee’s drag scene?

Listen as we test Trixie’s poker face about a certain reality TV series and her two month long illness she endured this summer.

Posted in: Drag Queens & Kings, Interviews, Podcast 5 years ago 1

FOF #2052 – Three Guys and a Podcast

Comedian Jeffrey Jay, one of the most lovable trans guys you’ll ever meet, left Texas for L.A. to pursue his comedy career. Since then he’s teamed up with Beau Bowker and James Ponce to do a podcast called Two Black Women even though there’s not even one black woman on the show let alone two.

Listen as we talk about how they chose the odd name for the podcast. Also who is sexier- Beau or James, and the appeal of size to certain queens.

Posted in: Comedians, Interviews, Podcast 5 years ago 0

FOF #1831 – The Thin Line Between Heroes and Villains

Alan Turing was hailed as a hero for cracking the Nazi’s Enigma code but was then later persecuted for being gay. Today Brian Sweeney to take a look at the thin line between heroes and villains, and how we sometimes crucify our heroes for being human.

Plus, we mark the passing of Michael L Jackson, a Chicago gay community leader who in a meth fueled rage, killed a cab driver in 2005.

Posted in: Podcast 6 years ago 2

FOF #1805 – The Purrrfect Legacy of Eartha Kitt

The late great Eartha Kitt is probably best remembered for her role as the iconic Catwoman on TV’s Batman as well as for her provocative songs. Eartha took her show all over the world, and along for the ride, was her daughter Kitt, who Eartha took everywhere.

Joining us today is Kitt Shapiro, who is now dedicating her life to preserving her mother’s legacy with the lifestyle brand Simply Eartha.

Posted in: Actors, Interviews, Musicians, Podcast 7 years ago 9