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EP 62 – Just What The Dr. Mario Ordered



This week, the Dating Ourselves guys are joined by friend of the show Daniel B of BC to glorify the best unlicensed doctor of the MTV generation: Nintendo’s Dr. Mario. Have a seat in the waiting room as Paul shares his strategy of funding his retirement, Brian gets a concussion, Adam confirms the date the Berlin Wall was leveled, and Dan shares how his anxiety first started.


EP 61 – The Phantom of the Opera IS HERE!



Probably the most beloved musical of the 1980s, if not of all time, is Andrew Lloyd Webber’s “Phantom of the Opera”. The Dating Ourselves Podcast guys are joined by friend (and wife) of the show Neva to discuss The Music of the Night. Give it a listen as Brian mistakes the author of the source material as the villains from Disney’s Beauty & The Beast, Adam discusses a Chamber Choir field trip, Neva doesn’t just rhyme for the sake of it, and Paul calls the Phantom “The Original Hipster”.

 


EP 60.5 – Our Top Adult Cartoons… and No, Not Like That



It’s been a long time since we’ve done a guest-less Countdown podcast (although, we miss our buddy Bill from ZOS Films), but today we decided to end that streak. The guys of Dating Ourselves Podcast are covering some of their favorite Adult Cartoons… that being animated TV


EP 60 – Ooooh On the TLC Trip Down Memory Lane



We would like to remind everyone: Don’t go chasing waterfalls. That’s right, the Dating Ourselves Podcast boys are talking this week about the famous 1990s R&B girl group TLC. Don’t miss a second of Paul expressing his adoration of Sally Jessy Raphael, Brian talking about Grammys compilation CDs, and Adam visiting the guys’ childhood roller rink.


EP 59 – Submitted for the Approval of the Nostalgia Society, We Call This Episode Are You Afraid of the Dark



We took the month of June off, and felt we could make up for it by coming up with the longest episode title we’ve had so far. But, it’s a fitting title, as Adam leads us in a discussion of the Nickelodeon teen horror TV series, Are You Afraid of the Dark? Avoid nightmarish, sleepless nights as Brian talks about The Stig, Adam sells us on Letterkenny, and Paul talks about M. Night Shyamalan’s surprising source of inspiration.


EP 58 – This Episode on Chris Rock Will Cost You FIVE THOUSAND DOLLARS



It’s about time we covered one of the original Bad Boys of Saturday Night Live. On this episode, the Dating Ourselves Podcast guys are once again joined by Daniel of BC to discuss one of the funniest people alive: Chris Rock. Don’t touch that dial as Brian reminisces about Dr. Katz, Adam gets hungry, Paul shares his guilty pleasure, and Dan introduces us to a new game: Did You Yell It at the Toddler or the Dog?


Episode 57.5 – Bloopers , Volume 6



A little something extra for the stay at home blues! This week on Dating Ourselves, Brian has some fun to share. Using a mix of found footage of our greatest hits and misses, Brian has composed another fabulous blooper episode! Tune in next week for our regularly scheduled programming.


EP 57 – The Ducking Beanie Baby Episode



Definitely one of our most requested topics, the Dating Ourselves Podcast guys finally get around to discussing the plushy goodness of Ty Beanie Babies. Stay tuned as Paul shares stories of his AOL CD battle scars, Brian describes his initial association with Jerry Garcia, guest host Dan (in a strange turn of events) becomes Adam’s boss, all while he can’t quite figure out why anyone would ever mean to text the word “ducking”.


Episode 56 – Give Those Podcasters Air: The Total Recall Episode



It’s been a bit since the Dating Ourselves Podcast boys have talked about a sci-fi or action flick, so why not talk about both?! That’s right, we’re going totally all in on Total Recall, the 1990 Paul Verhoeven film starring Arnold Schwarzenegger, Sharon Stone, Michael Ironsides and more! Check it out as Adam chats about The Jackal, Brian sympathizes with Goose’s wardrobe in the Top Guy volleyball montage, and Paul puts the image of a fight between Michael Ironside and Kurtwood Smith in our minds.