This is our final answer, Regis; the Dating Ourselves Podcast guys probably the most beloved prime-time gameshow of the 1990s: Who Wants to Be a Millionaire! Listen on as Brian mentions President George Clinton, Adam shares his passion for the career of Justin Guarini, and Paul reminds us that not everyone understands how a compass works.
Last time was our soft opening of Dating Ourselves 2020 (does that make this episode our hard opening then?… let’s not think about that too much!), and this episode we are visiting some of the major US sports franchises that were added as expansion teams during our time period of 1980-2005, or the teams that are no longer with us today. Listen on as Brian does his (very bad) Northern New Jersey accent impression, Paul shares with us who his inner monologue sounds like, and Adam gives his two cents on Dave Matthews Band.
Welcome to our soft reopening of the Dating Ourselves Podcast 2020 Season. Co-host Brian has locked himself away as Adam and Paul to a play-through of Organ Trail, a retro zombie survival game that mimics and parodies the educational text-based video game series: The Oregon Trail. Give this one a listen as Paul outlines how comfort is something you seek in a zombie apocalypse and Adam lets us know that no one gets out of a zombie apocalypse by playing it safe. Also, feel free to check out the video of all the action on the Dating Ourselves Podcast YouTube and Facebook pages.
Changing it up again this week on Dating Ourselves, while we take our winter siesta! Brian has dipped into the archive to create something special. Using a new mix we present Bloopers #5!
Making your way in the world today takes everything you got, so the guys from Dating Ourselves Podcast get together to reminisce about the sitcom masterpiece: Cheers. Give it a listen as Brian describes the connection between cults and athleisure wear, Adam imagines Mike Portnoy performing “Where Everybody Knows Your Name”, and Paul chats about Creep Show.
While Brian is off jetsetting, Paul and Adam are joined by friend-of-the-show Dan B of Alaska to discuss the early 2000s science fiction TV series Firefly. This Space Western cult classic is a favorite of all three of these guys. This week, Paul reminisces about Charles Band movies, Dan channels his inner Barry White, and Adam surprises us with who Zac Efron played in the show.
On the first day of Christmas, Dating Ourselves Podcast gave to thee the first round of our single elimination tournament: Merry Madness 2019. Followers of the DOP Facebook page voted on their favorite holidays movies from 1980 – 2005, and those poll results determined the winners. This episode is the thrilling conclusion, the second if two episodes covering all this nostalgic actions. Be sure to check out Part 1 first, and then come back to listen to Adam crave some crabcake eggs benedict, Brian lament about George Mason University’s basketball team, and Paul touch a chunk of the Berlin Wall. Happy Holidays, folks!
Merry Christmas Darling, and Happy New Year too. The guys from Dating Ourselves Podcast are wishing all of our listeners the happiest of holidays in 2019. It’s that time of year again for Merry Madness, a single elimination tournament of throw-back-tion proportions! This year, we had listeners vote on our Facebook page for their chosen favorite holiday movies from 1980 – 2005 and pit these festive films against each other. This is the first of two episodes, so be sure to check out the conclusion of the tournament, being released in a few days. In the meantime, Paul shares the role where Rob Lowe looks the oldest, Adam meets a celebrity unexpectedly in a hotel elevator, and Brian offers the show’s unpaid intern a 10% raise.
The guys of Dating Ourselves Podcast invite Dan B of Alaska back to keep on with more discussion on the 90s hit TV series: Mighty Morphin Power Rangers. Tune in as Dan makes Power Rangers cereal, Adam receives a gift his parents intended to give him years sooner, Brian struggles with his neighbors’ names, and Paul envisions a too-realistic middle aged Power Rangers reunion.
It’s hard to do a podcast about 1980-2005, and not discuss the scandal that involved then-President Bill Clinton and White House intern Monica Lewinsky. Check is out as Brian is still waiting on his Americano, Adam mentions one of his favorite roles John Goodman has ever played, and Paul discusses the finer points of leaving a job after your boss saves your life.