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.

Episodes

Who's There: Shailene Woodley & Roku?  

On this week's Who's There: Do British like James Corden? (ft. an Actual British Person!) Is Shailene Woodley a Who or a Them? (And does she still eat clay?) Which is the Who'iest streaming system and why can't Bobby say "Roku" properly? Plus, does Robert DeNiro's recently shitty films demote him to Who status? And we'll go over Whos and Thems of the Sc*ent*l*gy landscape (at least, according to Wikipedia and Leah Remini). Please don't come after us, Xenu. This episode is brought to you by the fascinating new podcast series, Missing Richard Simmons. Subscribe now on iTunes, Stitcher, or wherever you listen to podcasts.

Spencer Pratt? (ft. Spencer Pratt)  

A very special, super-sized episode featuring none other than Spencer Pratt – suuuuuure, you might recognize that name, but Spencer's an expert on all things Who. What's it like to set up your own paparazzi shoots? To realize you're more famous in England? What's it like TO BE FAMOUS in England (and no longer as famous in America)? Plus: crystals, Heidi, Jonathan Cheban, poetry and.................What's Rita Up To? This episode is brought to you by HelloFresh (www.hellofresh.com). Get $35 dollars off your first week of deliveries with our very special offer code: WHO.

Who's There: Joy Villa & Simon Konecki?  

Hope you didn't forget the mess/joy that was last weekend's Grammy Awards, because we're taking your calls and you had a LOT of questions about what went down. Like, who was that chick in the Trump dress and how'd she even get an invite? And what's the deal with James Corden, anyway. Plus, did you know that there's a red carpet that happens BEFORE the red carpet? Well, there is and we watched it. We're not sorry. This episode is brought to you by the fascinating new podcast series, Missing Richard Simmons. Subscribe now on iTunes, Stitcher, or wherever you listen to podcasts.

Sailor Brinkley Cook & Alexa Ray Joel?  

This week we're talking about Alexa Ray Joel (the daughter of Christie Brinkley and Billy Joel), Sailor Brinkley Cook (the daughter of Christy Brinkley and Peter Cook), and why it's probably hard being the daughter of someone who can literally walk on water. PLUS: Splits we're sad about, splits we're not sad about, and our probably-untrue theory about why Joanna Krupa Instagrammed a photograph of herself in the bathtub. (SPOILER: It involves Brandi Glanville.)

Who's There: Danny McBride & Brooke Hogan?  

Is Us Weekly secretly for sale? Is Danny McBride secretly a Who? Is John Malkovich secretly a Them? Is breaking both of your friends actually funny? We'll answer these questions and more on this week's episode of Who's There? Plus, what's Brooke Hogan up to these days? And five things you MUST KNOW about Kenny G. Today's episode is brought to you by the new series Riverdale, now airing on Thursdays at 9/8c on The CW.

Ruby Rose & David Henrie?  

Pour yourself a nice, detoxifying glass of charcoal water, because it's time to learn more about your favorite Whos! This week, Ruby Rose tells Willie Geist about how normal Taylor Swift is, someone named David Henrie gets married to the state of Delaware (I think), and we realize how passionate we are about the life and career of Leelee Sobieski. You'll love today's episode, or the star of How I Met Your Mother's name isn't Jacoba Francisca Maria Smulders. Today's episode is brought to you by the new series Riverdale, now airing on Thursdays at 9/8c on The CW.

Who's There: Armie Hammer & Aja Naomi King?  

Oh man, the calls are good this week. From Tim Daly's broken legs to a Twitter romance set up by none other than Chrissy Teigen – we've got everything on Who's There. Also: Who's Who on the Vanity Fair Young Hollywood cover? And is Armie Hammer actually named after Arm & Hammer? And which Michelle Williams is Who'ier? Today's episode is brought to you by the new series Riverdale, now airing on Thursdays at 9/8c on The CW.

Michelle Collins? (ft. Michelle Collins)  

We're thrilled to welcome friend and beloved Who, Michelle Collins, to the studio!!!! (Yes, we have a studio now...) But first, can we talk about that godawful Us Weekly cover? And Derek Hough is NOT dating Jennifer Lopez, so please, we beg of you, stop asking. Then, Michelle discusses 5 Things You Must Know About Her and we play a brand new game called Bag of Lies.

Who's There: Tyne Daly & Lucy Vives?  

On this week's Who's There, a caller and her sister attend the DC Women's March and have an encounter with a celebrity they SHOULD HAVE KNOWN (how dare they!), another asks if Greta Gerwig is a who, a them, or...something in between...and we spend more airtime on Josh Kushner than he deserves. Today's episode is brought to you by the new series RIVERDALE, which premieres Thursday, January 26 at 9/8c on The CW.

Sean Spicer & Anwar Hadid?  

Hope your Inauguration Day was depressing (Sorry, Jill Zarin) and your #womensmarch was inspiring (Sorry, Taylor Swift). Who? Weekly is back at it again and we have the ACTUAL things you need to know about Press Secretary Sean Spicer – no matter what "alternative facts" people try and tell you. Plus, Anwar Hadid and Nicola Peltz hook up, Suki Waterhouse and Diego Luna hook up and Derek and Julianne Hough hook up........lmao just kidding!!!! They just went dressed as Emma Stone and Ryan Reynolds to a Who's La La Land-themed birthday party. Not weird or creepy at all. This week's episode is brought to you by Riverdale, a new series premiering Thursday at 9/8 central on The CW.

Who's There: Olivia Munn & Olivia Wilde?  

On this week's edition of Who's There we take some really good comments (Night Nurse is a Marvel character? Who knew!) and answer some tough questions. For example, who is Anya Taylor-Joy? And why is Rob Schneider allowed to tweet? Plus, dissecting those Fab Fit Fun boxes every Who has promoted on their Instagram and how to tell the difference between Olivia Munn and Olivia Wilde. (It's very hard.)

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.

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