Ross and Patrick’s main junk food TV show obsession is The Bachelor/Bachelorette franchise and its trash spawn, Bachelor in Paradise. The entire Bachelor brand is based on the myths we were all sold about love and relationships during our Disney-enhanced childhoods. On this episode, the Who Cares hosts discuss the first episode of Bachelor In Paradise, the drama that ensued, and how little do all these hormone-hyped contestants know, they’re all in open relationships and navigating them terribly. With a dog-eared copy of The Ethical Slut in hand, Ross and Patrick read some wise words from this revolutionary polyamory bible to discuss all the mistakes and missteps happening in Paradise.
This week Patrick and Ross catch up after being separated by The Road for four days. Ross experiences shades of single motherhood while Patrick was out performing at various breweries around the northeast trying to make enough money to feed his dog-ter back home. Listen in as the two share their respective adventures and discuss life ahead.
This week Patrick and Ross and their third co-host and dog, Peggy, drive southbound on I-95 and talk about all sorts of things. (Well truthfully, Patrick and Ross do most of the talking while Peggy naps in a donut formation in the back seat). Take a listen as The Family Holbertineau mourns the passing of their dear Aunt Sue, discuss father’s day, and share their gratitude for the kind feedback about last week’s bombshell episode from supportive listeners. Get Pegged ya’ll!
Finally! Danielle, a virgo, promptly arrives on the podcast and spills all the T. She is not only a teacher, wife, and mother, but she’s also a well read pop culture queen. Join Ross, Patrick, and Danielle as they take a walk down memory lane and discuss how this chosen family truly began and withstood early sobriety in the hipster capital of the world, Williamsburg, Brooklyn. Despite Ross’ hatred for pop punk, love still thrived.
Soul Cycle Instructor, Comedienne, Actress, International Icon. Ross Days is serving “Rihanna At The Airport” meets the Olsen twins and he’s here to talk about it. That’s right, TWO ROSSES!!! Can you believe it? How will Patrick fair? Have no idea what any of this means? Well tune in and unpack the mythical ADHD creature that is Ross….
Hi, can we steal you for a sec?? Ultimately, we knew from the moment we started watching the bachelor that it was going to be an experience that changed us for the rest of our lives. This journey has taught us so much about ourselves and that love isn’t something you can force, you know? We really hope you’re here for the right reasons because otherwise we’re going to throw you under the bus!
This is quite possibly our most obnoxious episode yet. If you’re passionate about the American institution of BACHELOR NATION, then this episode is for you! If you think The Bachelor is a shameful trash fest and that it’d be enjoyable to watch Chris Harrison dragged across a field of thorned roses, then this convo is also for you. We love it, we hate it, it’s the glue that keeps our marriage together. So come huff on these fumes and enjoy the ride to where the mountains meet the ocean!
Ross’ work husband Jason Rodgers swings by to discuss Reality TV, finding kindred spirits in the fashion industry, and a possible spin off podcast. No one knows more about pop culture and television than Jason. Come with us as we take a deep dive into RuPaul’s drag race, Lohan Beach Club, and any other random show that comes to mind. We’re living in a Reality TV Presidency, people. We have to do our research!
The music was loud and the bones were brittle. It was The Great Roller Disco Tragedy of 2019. On this episode, we tell the very sad tale of how Ross went from being a dancing queen to the old lady with thin bones who shouldn’t have been at the rink at all. Also– Have you heard the news? America’s healthcare is bullshit.
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On this episode we talk to Andrea & Jonas about their upcoming nuptials. Who cares?? Well we do because these are our dear friends and they’re embarking on an amazing journey together and we love them very much. Plus we’ve been married over a year now so we’re experts… Kind of.
I’ll tell ya who cares about Drag Queens- Ross and I care about Drag Queens!! It’s a major part of our relationship herstory. The glue that keeps our marriage together is probably reality TV. Namely The Bachelor and Ru Paul’s Drag Race. In this episode we talk about our love for Drag, our favorite Queens, the inspiring RuPaul himself, and many more people, places, and things relating to this topic. We hope you enjoy this episode whether you’re a fan of drag or not.