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Phoebe Robinson is tired of being the token black woman in an ocean of white dude comedians. So in this podcast, Phoebe’s calling the shots. She’ll host intimate, funny and super honest conversations with musicians, actors, writers and comedians who are killing it in their fields — AND who aren’t white dudes! Stay tuned for the one token white guy (it’s only fair), cameos by Phoebe’s ball-busting executive producer Ilana Glazer, and a whole lot of hijinks. WNYC Studios is a listener-supporte ...
 
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Jay and illy take the podcast back to its storytelling roots in this episode, as they reminisce about trick-or-treating through Jay's hometown, their best and worst costumes and of course, the candy haul! They also take a moment to pay tribute to a close friend of the family and his home, which was their Halloween "Home Base" for many years. Music:…
 
Deathcakes re-establishes its presence in 2020 by going back to one of the pillars of its past: cartoons! By the mid-90s though, Saturday morning blocks were all but gone, partly due to the inception of Turner Broadcasting's new cable offering known as Cartoon Network. Jay and illy are back to guide you through their memory of its beginnings, to it…
 
Hey SMWGers! WNYC Studios has a new show you might like! It's called Come Through with Rebecca Carroll: 15 Essential Conversations About Race in a Pivotal Year for America. In this episode, Rebecca is joined by very special guest Issa Rae to talk about the return of Insecure, how she’s supporting the next generation of black artists, and why black …
 
When Jay, illy and Ghost (then known as Rokmore, in a special guest spot) linked up in an early episode of Deathcakes to talk Wu-Tang, they had no idea at the time that the Keepers of the Funk podcast and the advent of No Jibba-Jabba FM were on the horizon. They certainly didn't predict Wu-Tang: An American Saga to hit Hulu! Now that all three scen…
 
With Stranger Things 3 having been available for months now (seriously, anyone who was gonna watch, has seen it!), the guys freely discuss the series. This, of course, breaks the Deathcakes 80's-90's mandate... or does it?? Intro Music: "Stranger" and Outro Music: "Lucas", by Mega-Ran -- megaranmusic.com…
 
New home; same fellas bringing more of wutchyalike! After a brief preamble, the guys sweep up some MCU Phase 3 talk, and finally close the book on "The Infinity Saga" with their thoughts on Spider-Man: Far From Home. Intermission: "Slept on Tony" by Ghostface Killah / Outro Music: "Black Spider-Man" by Logic (feat. Damian Lemar Hudson)…
 
Summoned by Mr. T, their Spiritual Advisor, Jay and illy have been awakened from suspended animation to challenge the toughest competitors citywide, for the fate of the children. And these are no ordinary children. These are the kids who make up the Center, and must claim their rightful place in the world of recreational sports, if only Jay and ill…
 
It’s the last episode of the season - and so we bring you our token white guy! And what a great white guy he is! Phoebe’s joined by Adam Scott (Big Little Lies, Parks and Recreation). He talks about his fascination with overconfident douchebags, screwing up his first Parks and Rec. audition, and playing a beta male on Big Little Lies. And, Phoebe a…
 
For the first time in Sooo Many White Guys history, Phoebe conducts an interview entirely in bed! She is joined by her dear friend and fellow comedian Michelle Buteau. Michelle is launching her new podcast Adulting with WNYC Studios - and it drops today! Plus, Michelle talks about her latest film Always Be My Maybe, how she decided to become a stan…
 
K-pop star Eric Nam is a singer, songwriter and TV host who has become a household name in South Korea. He’s so beloved that he’s even called “the nation’s boyfriend.” Eric joins Phoebe to talk about his surprising journey from growing up as a Korean-American kid in Atlanta to becoming an international idol, as well as some of the less glamorous as…
 
Phoebe talks to actress and producer Reese Witherspoon (Big Little Lies). They dish about the new season of Big Little Lies, the gender pay gap in Hollywood, and about that time that Reese had to park Denzel Washington’s Porsche when she was just an intern. Plus, Phoebe revisits one of Reese’s most infamous characters, Tracy Flick.…
 
On this special episode of Sooo Many White Guys, Phoebe talks about the fight against AIDS and HIV in Africa with Gayle Smith, President and CEO of the ONE Campaign. The Organizations ONE and (RED) fight HIV/AIDS and extreme poverty, particularly in Africa. They are joined by actor/singer/performer Javier Muñoz, who talks about why he decided to go…
 
This week, Phoebe is joined by The Daily Show’s Trevor Noah! He talks about what it was like to be a kid growing up during apartheid in South Africa, his career as a DJ (unsurprisingly, crowds love Montell Jordan), and why he first turned down hosting The Daily Show. Plus, Joanie reads Phoebe for her use of abbrevs.…
 
Phoebe breaks it all the way down with sports journalist/writer Jemele Hill (The Atlantic, ESPN). Jemele talks about her infamous tweet calling President Trump a “white supremacist,” and the controversy that followed, what it’s like practicing “journalism while black,” and her biggest faux pas from when she was starting out in the industry. Plus, P…
 
Phoebe sits down with host/author/goddess Padma Lakshmi (Top Chef)! Padma talks about the realities of Top Chef palate fatigue, growing up as an immigrant often separated from her mother, roller skating around New York City as a kid, walking the runways of Europe as a model, and swimming through that lake of shit to get what you want. Plus, Phoebe …
 
Phoebe is joined by Roy Wood Jr. of the Daily Show! They get real about shitting the bed during their Daily Show auditions, on the fear of turning into your dad, and how the prospect of prison made Roy commit to stand-up comedy. Plus, Pheebs and Joanie Mitch ask the age-old question, which Golden Girl are you?…
 
We kick off the new season with Jameela Jamil of The Good Place! The actress, writer, and activist talks to Pheebs about her embarrassing audition to get the role of Tahani, dealing with paparazzi in her native England, taking on companies whose ads make women feel bad about themselves, and not giving a fuck about being polite anymore.…
 
Phoebe Robinson's back with a brand new season of Sooo Many White Guys - and it's gonna be fiercer than ever! This trailer is just a little taste of what you're going to hear this season. From throwing shade at Kim K. to daddy issues, we get into it! Special guests include Jameela Jamil, Vanessa Bayer, Padma Lakshmi, Roy Wood Jr. and more. First ep…
 
The guys talk gaming, music, television and more before they introduce the world of Red Dead Redemption to T's Rough Riders, and make the annual trip to the DCP Bakery to pay tribute to the fallen icons of 2018. Merry Christmas, fools! Music by Mega-Ran & DN3 -- megaranmusic.com / djdn3.com & Ahwlee -- bumps.bandcamp.com…
 
After several weeks touring as a roadie for Joe Public on the chitlin circuit, Jay returns to the network and he and illy hop right back to where they left off in last episode's Marvel/MCU conversation. They also look at the current state of Warner/DC flicks and hypothesize potential game changers in that particular cinematic landscape. Outro Music…
 
As this week sees the release of Avengers: Infinity War in digital HD, the crew unearths this previously-unreleased reaction/review episode for the film. But first, a brief word from illy, regarding the state of affairs of Deathcakes Podcast and I Mini The Fool. Intro/Outro Music: "Theme Music" by Professor Elemental -- professorelemental.com…
 
**EDITORS NOTE: This episode was recorded weeks before Roseanne 2018 was canceled! While 90's primetime and late night programming on network and cable TV was the driving force in this edition, the conversation eventually shifts to a lesson in local geography/political standings, the guys' adolescent hijinks involving cable boxes, Jay's experience …
 
Our token white guy tells Phoebe about getting schooled by women in the writer’s room, coping with years of anxiety at SNL, and raising badass daughters. Plus, Joanna has a crush. That's a wrap for Season 3, folks! Keep in touch with Phoebe on Twitter and Instagram. Her new book — Everything’s Trash, But It’s Okay — is available for pre-order now!…
 
Joanna turns the tables… with the questions she’s always wanted to ask Phoebe — from her very first joke to how she finds the funny in this trash time. Plus, how much Bono is *too* much? ---- About the podcast: Phoebe Robinson is tired of being the token black woman in an ocean of white dude comedians. So in this podcast, Phoebe’s calling the shots…
 
Nowadays, you wouldn't want your TV show to air on a Friday night at all; no one would watch it. But back in the day, networks were still wise to steer clear of Friday nights, for fear of walking into ABC's ratings buzzsaw, the granddaddy of all branded programming blocks: TGIF! From its prehistory, to its heights, to its eventual decline and even …
 
Actor and comedian Jimmy O. Yang talks about moving from Hong Kong to LA at 13, how DJing at a strip club helped his stand up, and why filming Crazy Rich Asians felt so. damn. good. Jimmy O. Yang’s memoir is How to American: An Immigrant’s Guide to Disappointing Your Parents. ---- About the podcast: Phoebe Robinson is tired of being the token black…
 
Phoebe meets up with Hannibal Buress in Portland, in the middle of his stand-up tour. They chat about sobriety on the road, how to deposit an empty envelope (don't), and his plans to open a new arts center in Chicago. ---- About the podcast: Phoebe Robinson is tired of being the token black woman in an ocean of white dude comedians. So in this podc…
 
Radio legend Terry Gross (we’re not worthy!) is in the studio to tell Phoebe about her early days in radio, her marriage, and how the Trump administration is ruining her music listening. ---- About the podcast: Phoebe Robinson is tired of being the token black woman in an ocean of white dude comedians. So in this podcast, Phoebe’s calling the shots…
 
What does it take to be a mogul? Tyra Banks knows. The model/author/producer/goddess tells Phoebe about her earliest runway days, raising her son, and her ever-changing definition of "beauty". Plus, she brings her mom into the studio! ----- About the podcast: Phoebe Robinson is tired of being the token black woman in an ocean of white dude comedian…
 
Author Sam Irby sits down to chat about her New York Times best-selling memoir, her struggle with depression, and being a cool stepmom. Plus, Phoebe watches Lady Gaga at The Kennedy Center Honors! ----- About the podcast: Phoebe Robinson is tired of being the token black woman in an ocean of white dude comedians. So in this podcast, Phoebe’s callin…
 
From Days of Our Lives to Kill Bill, the actress Vivica A. Fox has been a force in Hollywood for the last three decades. Now, she’s added “Author” to her resume. She drops by to talk to Phoebe about growing up in the Midwest, fighting for her roles, and how getting into the hair business has allowed her to control her own destiny. --- About the pod…
 
She’s Editor-at-Large of “O" magazine. She’s co-host of "CBS This Morning." She wakes up at 3:22am every damn day! Gayle King opens up about motherhood, black pride, how she survives the 24-hour (bad) news cycle. --- About the podcast: Phoebe Robinson is tired of being the token black woman in an ocean of white dude comedians. So in this podcast, P…
 
The trans activist and former adult film star joins Phoebe to talk about DIY porn, the challenges of transitioning, and his journey to self-love and acceptance. --- About the podcast: Phoebe Robinson is tired of being the token black woman in an ocean of white dude comedians. So in this podcast, Phoebe’s calling the shots. She hosts intimate, funny…
 
The rapper/actress drops in to open up about Asian-American representation in Hollywood, the perils of searching for a place to pee in NYC, life on the come-up, and making her family proud while rapping about her vag. Plus, Phoebe does her best to recap 'Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf'! --- About the podcast: Phoebe Robinson is tired of being the t…
 
Television commercials. As a kid, these were probably the most reviled parts of your viewing experience, interrupting your favorite shows at the best parts... but damn if those ads and jingles didn't stick with you! Jay and illy have incorporated them into DCP since the podcast's inception, but this time they put the focus squarely on retro commerc…
 
The Black Lives Matter activist and "Pod Save The People" host stops in to drop knowledge about revolution, combating homophobia, and hashtag activism. Plus, Joanie Mitch loves "Seinfeld"! --- About the podcast: Phoebe Robinson is tired of being the token black woman in an ocean of white dude comedians. So in this podcast, Phoebe’s calling the shot…
 
Actress and stand-up comedian Yvonne Orji stops in to chat about her "overnight" success, the role of religion in her life, and the nuances of being first-generation Nigerian-American. --- About the podcast: Phoebe Robinson is tired of being the token black woman in an ocean of white dude comedians. So in this podcast, Phoebe’s calling the shots. S…
 
The famous activist and writer joins Phoebe and opens up about sex after 60, her early days in NYC, and how to make better feminists of our men. Plus, Joanie Mitch sings a song! --- About the podcast: Phoebe Robinson is tired of being the token black woman in an ocean of white dude comedians. So in this podcast, Phoebe’s calling the shots. She host…
 
The fashion icon and actress joins Phoebe to talk about her experience of tokenism in Hollywood, what a lifetime of fame feels like, and how she embraces her witchyness #manifest. ---- About the podcast: Phoebe Robinson is tired of being the token black woman in an ocean of white dude comedians. So in this podcast, Phoebe’s calling the shots. She h…
 
Hey boos and baes, we're back! Time to strap on those big girl lace fronts, because Season 3 is coming at you, and it's lit. We've got hot-ass guests like: famous feminist Gloria Steinem, activist DeRay McKesson, actress Yvonne Orji (Insecure), rapper Awkwafina, and adult film star Buck Angel. Can you handle it? The first episode drops on February …
 
Jay and illy throw the holidays, workaholism, gaming, geek news highlights and entertainment experiences of 2017 and general updates of just what they've been up to lately into a shaker and serve it up in this new year/year's end edition of I Mini The Fool 2.0. Thanks go out to all new and long time listeners; the Network will return from hiatus wi…
 
With Gremlins 2, out went the dark comedic tone of the original movie... right along with any sense of convention and reservations! One can only imagine what the discussions in those production meetings may have sounded like, but it's clear that the response to any and all suggestions was the same across the board: "Ya know what... FUCK IT!" Music …
 
"So... exactly what is a mogwai? If you should happen to get one as a pet, what are you supposed to feed it? Speaking of feeding, what about those three rules about not feeding after midnight, or getting it wet, or keeping it away from bright light; what keeps these things from happening to mogwais in the wild? But let's just get down to brass tack…
 
So many cereals and toons in Episode 51... that story is over, but their rhyme ain't done! MORE reminiscing of Saturday Morning lineups of yesteryear, MORE cereal discussion, MORE probing into the curious links between breakfast cereals and the war on drugs, and... well... just... MORE, in Episode 52! Intro Music: "Games and Cartoons" by Sammus -- …
 
Saturday morning cartoons - and after-school toons, to a lesser extent - are the heart and soul of Deathcakes, but what about the programming that aired on Sunday and weekday mornings? illy brings Jay along for a quick list of theme music from that lesser-remembered and often strange lineup of syndicated shows. Intro/Outro Music: "Syndicated Inc.",…
 
Deathcakes goes back to its roots, to the very heart and soul of the Podcast: Saturday Morning Cartoons. But while Jay and illy are here to dig deeper into the seemingly endless lineup of 80s and 90s toons, they are soon sidetracked by another morning mainstay in the form of old school breakfast cereals, and the shadowy Ice Cream Jones! Intro Music…
 
I Mini The Fool 2.0 is back again in maxi-sode form (but hey, at least it's monthly this time, right?) illy took a brief excursion to Kansas City, and has otherwise been entrenched in Saints Row. Jay allegedly HATES these Michael Bay Transformer movies, yet can't seem to stay away from the theater on their opening weekends. All of that, plus the gu…
 
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