Triple Love Special: David Bowie

After the tremendous experience of our Triple Love Special on Robin Williams (available here), Andy and Alex have decided ten episodes later to try it again with another tragically passed fixture of joy to the outcasts, the incomparable David Bowie. They ground everything in a lengthy, tangent-filled rundown of Bowie’s life and career, from his …

G.O.A.T. Debates, Video Streaming Services, Harley Quinn (Update)

Love: G.O.A.T. Debates Alex opens this episode with a discussion on the concept and phenomenon of G.O.A.T. (Greatest Of All Time) debates. He lays out the term’s history in basketball and Hip-Hop culture, and then he and Andy turn it to everything from hockey to guitarists to hockey to weightlifting and boxing and rap and …

Technical Difficulties (and a Happy New Year!)

Hello and a glorious 2019, all you beautiful, brilliant listeners. So we’d normally have a show for you today. We recorded it, edited it, had it all ready to go, but sadly, due to a very slight snafu with our hosting service, it’s being delayed a day. Don’t stress. We should be up and running …

Mark Waid’s Daredevil, Representative Steve King, Emma Frost

Love: Mark Waid’s Daredevil Following brief addresses on both last month’s midterm elections and the passing of Stan Lee, Andy brings the podcast to possibly its most niche topic ever, writer Mark Waid’s three-year comics run on Daredevil. He and Alex summarize a little about the character and the particular arc, and focus in on …

Moral Orel, Vapid Movie Reboots, Nigel Tufnel (with Moriah Boell)

Love: Moral Orel Love Hate Relationship welcomes guest host, Mac and Cheese Connoisseur Moriah Boell (@moraiuhuh), who has brought the Love for us all today: the stop-motion religious satire, Moral Orel. She, along with Alex and Andy, dive into the various characters and all the ways in which they’re super broken as people, the dark and …

The Doors (A Challenge), The NCAA, The Green-Eyed Monster

Love: The Doors (A Challenge) This episode, Alex dives into the 1960’s psychedelic rock band, The Doors, with a caveat: he and Andy agree to have almost the entirety of the discussion without referencing their lead singer, the one most of you are most familiar with. They talk about the versatility of the three instrumentalists, …

The McElroys, Organic Food, Harley Quinn

Love: The McElroys It’s a podcast partly about podcasters this episode as Andy explains to Alex all about the McElroy brothers, best known for their shows My Brother, My Brother and Me, The Adventure Zone, and a plethora of additional projects. They discuss the brothers’ heartwarming beginnings, the podcast boom which they arguably helped usher in, and …

Burritos, Toxic Comic Book Fandom, Tony Chu

Love: Burritos For the first time ever, Alex and Andy are recording together, in the same room, facing each other! And how best to use this opportunity than for Alex to talk about his very favorite of all foods, burritos. He talks about his somewhat wistful, reverent relationship with the meal that essentially carried him …

Hunter S. Thompson, Traditions, Norm

Love: Hunter S. Thompson Following his take-down of a certain frustrating fantasy author last episode, Andy comes in this time with a hyper-real literary icon, the incomparable Hunter S. Thompson. He talks about Thompson’s background, his unflinching devotion to subjective journalism, and what his writing makes of the American Dream. Alex meanwhile interrogates the politics …

Bojack Horseman, George RR Martin, New York

Love: Bojack Horseman Only a little late following the premiere of the show’s fifth season, Alex talks up one of his very favorite TV shows out there, Bojack Horseman. Following a spoiler-ridden discussion of characters, comedy, animal puns, and darkness, he and Andy dive into the show’s depiction of Existential Nihilism, a little about the …