Who? Weekly

Who? Weekly

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Everything you need to know about the celebrities you don't. A podcast dedicated to deciphering and celebrating pop culture's greatest (and not-so-greatest) 'whos'. Hosted by Bobby Finger and Lindsey Weber.


Brandi Glanville, Dean Sheremet (and a Fireworks Show by Grucci)?  

"Sing us a song, you're The Piano Guys!" ...is maybe what you would say if you were heading to the inauguration next week. While you're there you could hear the vocal stylings of such Whos as Toby Keith, RaviDrums, The Frontmen of Country and Lee Greenwood. Plus, the romance other Whos including, Aly Raisman and Colton Underwood, Kate Mara and Jamie Bell and Kristen Bell and...Landry. And does your kitchen rule? Find out!

Who's There: Hilarie Burton & Jonathan Bennett?  

The calls are in and they are PISSED that some girl didn't know who Garth Brooks was. We're still recovering from the Golden Globes and apparently so are you...So, did you know that Jeffrey Dean Morgan and Hilarie Burton love each other? That Jonathan Bennett was gay? That Eva Amurri Martino just cannot keep a nanny? Plus, your You've Got Mail 2 pitches are rolling in... This episode is brought to you by Squarespace and BioClarity. Start your free trial today, at Squarespace.com and enter offer code WHO to get 10% off your first purchase. Get your first month of BioClarity for only $9.95 plus free shipping by entering the code WHO.

Simon Helberg?  

Did you watch last night's Golden Globes? Did you figure out who Damien Chazelle was? No? Good. We have a quick rundown of what might've happened last night and Who might be the ones people will talk about tomorrow: Ruth Negga? Isabelle Huppert? Lily Collins? Simon Helberg? Plus: Jake Bugg, Wendi Deng's new boyfriend, Sabrina Carpenter and Nick Viall.

Who's There: Mahershala Ali & Chris Gaines?  

As they say: New Year, New Who. We're back, it's 2017 and we still have no idea who anyone is. The concept of the podcast soldiers on, and we take calls (and comments!) from our fantastic listeners, including old things like: Who is Bebe Rexha? and new things like: Who is Mahershala Ali? And insane things like: Who is Garth Brooks? This episode is brought to you by Squarespace and BioClarity. Start your free trial today, at Squarespace.com and enter offer code WHO to get 10% off your first purchase. Get your first month of BioClarity for only $9.95 plus free shipping by entering the code WHO.

The Who Me? Awards!  

Who's the best Who who took a vacation with their family? Who's the best Who who posted an Instagram video? Who's the best Who who became our biggest fan? Find out the answers to all those questions during the first annual Who Me? Awards! PLUS we discuss Keke Palmer's thoughts on Bella Thorne, and Rita Ora's financial non-crisis.

Who's There: Bryan Tanaka & Made-for-TV Christmas Movies?  

Chestnuts roasting on an open fire, garbage Lifetime movies playing on TV – it must be nearing Christmas, when all the Whos (and sometimes Thems!) sign on the dotted line to appear in made-for-TV movies. (Someone's gotta pay for all those Hatchimals, am I right?) We figure out exactly how many Christmas movies Lacey Chabert has starred in (SIX!!!!!!!!), who Mariah Carey's new boyfriend is, which harmony in Fifth Harmony is ditching and if that means they are now Fourth Harmony? ...Or no harmony? This is already confusing. Today's episode is brought to you by The OA, now streaming on Netflix.

Jackie Evancho?  

After discussing 2016's most-Googled woman (SPOILER: it's not Cindy Margolis anymore), Lindsey and Bobby move on to the latest--and fakest--Blac Chyna/Rob Kardashian drama, the Who at the heart of Donald Trump's presidential inauguration, and the exact dollar amount that "Water For Elephants" author Sara Gruen spent on 156 Hatchimals. PLUS: we play I Don't Know Her for the first time in far too long. Today's episode is brought to you by The OA, now streaming on Netflix.

Who's There: Tarek El Moussa and Lala Kent?  

This week on Who's There: We're sick of being required to learn about HGTV Whos and their personal drama (what's the difference between Fixer Upper and Flip or Flop, anyway?), Lala Kent is sick of Vanderpump Rules (will anyone know she's even gone?), and Bobby gets yelled at for missing the ANTM premiere (even though he has a VERY GOOD excuse). Today's episode is sponsored by Netflix's "The OA," which begins streaming Friday.

Malika Haqq & Ronnie Ortiz-Magro?  

Happy...Premiere Week of America's Next Top Model? It's practically a national holiday now that our girl Rita's hosting. More on that before tonight's flagship episode. Plus: the new Bachelor contestants (and their strange obsession with The Little Mermaid), a whole slew of new Who couples (Whoples?), a brand new Who baby (Whoby?), the brand new Spider-Man trailer featuring Zendaya (and Some British Guy) and Lindsey sends a very important LinkedIn request. This episode was brought to you by Netflix's The OA. Check out @The_OA on Instagram (and @whoweekly on Twitter) for a special sneak peek.

Who's There: Kelsea Ballerini & Garrett Clayton?  

Whether you watched Hairspray Live! on NBC last night, or skipped it and did something productive for once in your life, today's episode of Who's There? is for you. Let's talk Grammys ("Best New Artist," anyone?), the Whos & Thems of Saturday Night Live and figure out what the heck the Love Magazine Advent Calendar is once and for all.

Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje? (ft. Who Dat)  

We got Beans, Greens, Potatoes, Tomatoes, Whos, Thems...YOU NAME IT! Amina and Shani AKA "Who Dat?" are back and we have a lot to catch up on. Adrienne Bailon's new husband, Themvertising, This Is Us, Yasiin Bey, the Whos and Thems of Africa...Let's just say you have no idea what you're in for.

Who's There: Kathie Lee Gifford & Todrick Hall?  

You rang? On this week's brand new Who's There: Lady Gaga's hat, Tila Tequila's racism and Taylor Swift's latest BFF. Plus, all you have to know about the Whos and Thems of Stars Hollow and Andy Cohen's boyfriend, Clifton Dassuncao.

Glennon Doyle Melton?  

Do you call yourself a love warrior? Is Oprah one of your closest friends? Did you just divorce your husband to start dating a world-famous soccer star? If you answered "Yes!" to any of these questions, you might be Glennon Doyle Melton. If you answered "What the hell are you talking about?" to any of those questions, you need to listen to this week's episode and learn about Glennon, why Jack Falahee came out as straight, and how Tony Bennett met his wife (spoiler: she was inside someone's uterus). Plus, we play a BRAND NEW (and potentially terrible) game called Stars Are Blind!

Who's There: Ezra Miller & Steve Bannon?  

Did you know that there is a prolific romance novelist named Heather Graham? Lindsey and Bobby didn't. That, plus more of your wonderful comments. Then: Who is Steve Bannon? And why does he make money every time I watch Seinfeld on TBS? Who is Ezra Miller and is Ryan Seacrest a Who or a Them?

Dream Kardashian?  

Welcome to the world, Dream Kardashian! There's so much for you to learn. First of all, Vanderpump Rules' Mike Shay is *not* missing, he promises. And YouTube person Calum McSwiggan, see, he was lying about that night, so we have an update for you. Plus Patrick "McDreamy" Dempsey is back (with his wife) and we've discovered the World's Most Boring 25 Things You Don't Know About Me. All for you, Dream Kardashian. We're so happy you're here.

Who's There: Rizzoli & Isles and Franklin & Bash?  

It's our civic duty to answer your calls, so answer them we shall. Today: more chatter on Meghan Markle and Prince Harry, a Chloe Grace Moretz Social Media Update, Lindsey's favorite show (is it Rizzoli & Isles????), Kaley Cuoco does BDSM, the Supreme Court Justices (ranked Who>Them, duh) and that time Darren Aronofsky and Jennifer Lawrence SHARED A LOLLIPOP. Yuck.

Lucian Piane?  

As you gear up for Election Day, let us help you distract yourself with the frivolity of Whos: the now-single Paulina Slagter, the conspiracy theorist Lucian Piane, the "P"-bodied Wendy Williams, the tea-drinking Farrah Abraham, the return of Vanderpump Rules and a very special election-themed version of "I Don't Know Her".

Who's There: Meghan Markle & MattyB?  

What do a potentially royal Who and a 13 year old rapping Who have in common? Well, aside from being Whos...They're both people you called in an asked about this week on Who's There! Plus: Lindsay Lohan's new accent, Pilot Jones (and his involvement with Rob & Chyna), and Mel Gibson's equestrian girlfriend. Did you know that Lucy Hale's real name isn't Lucy? Tune in to find out what it is!

James Packer?  

Happy WHOlloween y'all. Did you dress up this year? Something sexy? Something spooky? Something....problematic? In today's episode we talk James Packer (whoooo) vs. Mariah Carey (oh, right), Lindsay Lohan's hilariously Who tendencies and the demise of Vine (and its stars!) Plus: our favorite Whos and their Wholloween costumes, Rita.

Who's There: Diane Kruger & Baby Ariel?  

What happens when you put Diane Kruger, Amber Tamblyn and a Musical.ly star in a room together? Well, they would all ask, "And whoooo are you?" because even they would be confused. Our beloved callers this week are asking about those three plus, the fall TV line-up (Jimmi Simpson? Justin Hartley? Mike Colter?) Ronan Farrow and the afterlife.

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