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  1. The only French Canadian in Marina Del Rey, Sheline Lion (Janet Varney) joins Marissa and Listler for this week’s WOMP It Up! Sheline talks about how to tell when Canadians are in a fight, her sponsorship of the show, and leaving her adopted community. Plus, we’ll hear about Marissa’s unfortunate case of identify theft during “What’s Cheesing You?” and doorman obsessions on “Listler’s Love Lockdown” before Sheline digs up long lost memories of her original family for “Spotlight On.”
  2. REGGIE WATTS joins The Boys to prepare for the Hollywood Handbook Haunted House.
  3. Paul F. Tompkins welcomes friends (old and new) back to Spontaneanation! This time out, Paul’s special guest is actress Vella Lovell of Crazy Ex-Girlfriend! Vella chats about which celebrity she would like to die in the arms of, the movie Hook, and being a kid watching TV trying to not get caught watching something she shouldn’t have. Then, they are joined by improvisers Kimia Behpoornia, Edgar Momplaisir, and Carla Cackowski, to improvise a story set in Grandma’s Kitchen. And as always, Eban (only the best) Schletter scores it all on piano!
  4. Comedian and actor Will Ferrell feels awkward about being Conan O’Brien’s friend. Will joins Conan along with trusty assistant Sona Movsesian and producer Matt Gourley to reflect on his unmatched commitment to comedy, sharing humble roots with Conan at The Groundlings, feeling good about bad reviews, and remembering the comedy bit Will performed on Late Night that got them both in trouble with Lorne Michaels. Plus, Conan answers questions from fans about hair, Star Wars, and staff favorites. Got a question for Conan? Call our voicemail: (323) 451-2821. Will Ferrell’s new movie Holmes and Watson opens in theaters December 21st. For Conan videos, tour dates and more visit TeamCoco.com.
  5. Comedian Mae Martin sits down with Cameron live at the London Podcast Festival to discuss starting standup at 13 years old and her new book. Plus, Cameron chats with iwantPrEPnow co-founder, Greg Owen.
  6. Michael’s invites his wife Martha back to comment on the book’s Bizarre Love Triangle.
  7. The incredible Jesse Tyler Ferguson (Modern Family) joins Matt and Dave this week to dive deep in to all things musical theater, judging on Drag Race, meeting his husband at Equinox, and always being the one that got dumped. Plus, shoplifting, Catholic leather queens, and Dave and Matt chat Thanksgiving plans!
  8. Cody Lindquist (Two Beers In: A Tipsy Political Round Table) joins Negin to discuss voter turnout in the midterms and to determine how blue and wavey the results were. Then, the two weigh in on Amazon’s controversial scheduled delivery of a second headquarters, and whether the tech giant is a monopoly that needs to be controlled. Finally, they turn to the discussion to Monica Lewinsky in order to discuss: should Monica Lewinsky be discussed?
  9. Will Hines, Joel Spence, and Brett Morris join Matt Besser to celebrate the 50th Anniversary of The Beatles’ White Album! They’ll pick apart their favorite tracks from the 2018 remaster, inspiring scenes about introducing a friend with a confusing amount of names, a couple in counseling because of a disparity in sexiness, and a waiter with an invasive flirting style. Plus, Linda McCartney gets annoyed with Paul for writing songs about his dog, the Queen makes herself hated by children, and an older Elvis tries to come up with a fresh concept.
  10. Bryan and Erin take up the good fight against bank tellers with attitude on this week’s Throwing Shade! First, Bryan discusses a tweet that outlines the ridiculousness of the all-too-common lie that queer parents “sexualize” their children and how straight parents are actually more often to blame for the same – or worse – behavior. Then, Erin takes us through the latest positive trend in South Korean feminism as women are destroying their cosmetics in defiance of a culture that emphasizes physical beauty above all else.
  11. Jeff Chen is head of UCLA’s new Cannabis Research Initiative who joins Jonathan to break down what exactly makes marijuana tic. They discuss the numerous medicinal properties of THC, how it works, its effect on the mind & body, new cannabis research breakthroughs, marijuana laws, and more! Find Jeff’s work a thttps://www.uclahealth.org/cannabis/jeff-chen and https://www.uclahealth.org/cannabis/#. He’s on Instagram https://www.instagram.com/jefeche/. For more music from Quiñ head to TheQuinCat.com. Jonathan is on Instagram @JVN. Also Twitter and Facebook. Catch Jonathan on Queer Eye streaming now on Netflix.
  12. Comedians, writers and actors Jake Hurwitz and Amir Blumenfeld (If I Were You podcast) join Howie and the gang to dip in to the latest charts of the week! We’ll hear about Halsey’s Lil Wayne tattoo, sickening cigarettes, and low-key Ambien adventures while they count down the Top 5 Songs off Billboard 200. Then, Jake and Amir make predictions on the highest grossing American sports films during the Movie Chart, and later they share their top touchstones of Valley culture plus new artist crushes as they dive into the Hot Picks.
  13. Modeling scout Tara Trout (Beth Appel) takes a break from her wind chime kiosk at the mall to join Marissa and Listler for a heapin’ hot WOMP It Up! Tara discusses her work for Barbizo Modeling and explains exactly what happened to her face before the ladies vent about ghosting culture, relationship intrigue, and landlines for a high flying “What’s Cheesing You?”. Then, Tara weighs in on matters of the heart during “Listler’s Love Lockdown,” and later, “Spotlight On” gives her a chance to reveal what nourishes her body and soul.
  14. FLULA BORG joins The Boys to make some new shows.
  15. HuffPost editor-in-chief Lydia Polgreen sits down with Cameron to discuss her early draw to journalism, staying true to yourself while being queer abroad, and the future of American politics.