Continuing the microsode saga, Janine and Kate discuss the electro-pop indie band Freezepop, known for the song "I Am Not Your Gameboy" and "Boys on Film". Shout-out to Paul Ryberg of Plug-in Missing and The Minute Pod for our awesome theme song!
This week, Kate and Janine discuss the Gamecube for 7.5 minutes. What's more fitting for a microsode than an episode dedicated to those little discs that made our favorite, oft-neglected game system work?
Shout-out to Paul Ryberg of Plug-in Missing and The Minute Pod for our awesome theme song!
Janine is going to be out of the country for the summer, so instead of sacrificing the trash for our lovely listeners, we have decided to do a series of micro-sodes, where we only have 7 1/2 minutes to talk about a topic of our choosing. Appropriately, the first topic is Hit-Clips, a digital audio player of the early 2000s that only played small clips from your favorite songs.
Thanks to Paul Ryberg of Plug-in Missing and The Minute Pod for our awesome theme! Consider supporting us on Patreon: Patreon.com/hatepodcast.
We have been on a bit of a hiatus and we know you missed us -- but it was for a good reason! Janine went up to Chicago to visit Kate for a few days and they got up to a lot of fun things. Seeing Janine's favorite movie BUT I'M A CHEERLEADER (1999) was a very special treat -- and the topic of this episode. Happy pride month to all of you! We love you!
Thanks to Paul Ryberg of Minute Pod and Plug-in Missing for our awesome theme song.
No matter what decade it is, parents will always be scared and confused by the weird trends of their children and often come up with bizarre explanations for their behavior, sometimes even banning toys, fashion, or media because of its supposed connotations. One such moral panic was the jelly bracelet of the early 2000s, known by some concerned parents and news outlets as "sex bracelets." Janine and Kate discuss a variety of bracelet trends from the 2000s as well as their experiences with sex ed.
Thanks to Paul Ryberg for the awesome theme song! Listen to his podcasts, The Minute Pod and Plug-in Missing.
Revving up for Detective Pikachu (2019) this weekend, Kate and Janine dip into the late 90s to discuss their favorite Pokemon movies, games, and starters.
Thank you to Paul Ryberg of Plug-in Missing and The Minute Pod for our awesome theme song!
What do you do when you've amassed mostly useless knowledge of a decade of pop culture? Wipe the board at 2000s trivia, of course! Janine and Kate play a 2000s trivia card game and, once they get frustrated with it, have fun creating their own questions.
Thank you to Paul Ryberg of Minute Pod and Plug-in Missing for our amazing theme song. We've started a Patreon! We would love it if you'd support us! You can find us at patreon.com/hatepodcast.
The only thing Kate loves more than torturing Janine with bad 2000s media is true crime. In today’s minisode, she discusses the Bling Ring crimes, where a group of teenagers targeted and robbed celebrities’ houses and were later rewarded with reality television and a movie. Who says crime doesn’t pay?
Big thank you, as always, to Paul Ryberg of Plug-in Missing for the amazing theme song. He’s the best! Check out their podcast at pluginmissing.com !
Kate and Janine discuss facts about Chuck Norris. They're not worried about being called out about their veracity because Chuck Norris doesn't listen to podcasts. As soon as two white guys buy a microphone, Chuck Norris roundhouse kicks them in the face.
Thank you to Paul Ryberg from Plug-in Missing for our awesome theme song!
Hey kid! Do you like muffins? Then you're gonna love 2000s flash animation! Paul and John from Plug-In Missing join Janine to discuss some of the highlights of flash animation as well as what lead to its downfall.
You can find Plug-In Missing wherever you get your favorite podcasts and on social media @PlugInMissing!
Happy Halloween from the costumes of years past, especially that aging purple suit for your 2008 Joker costume you really thought would blow everyone away. Frank from Denver to Downunder and Brian from Blood Buddies discuss some classic 2000s Halloween costumes as well as the differences between the holiday in America versus Australia.
You can find Denver to Downunder @DownUnderCast and Blood Buddies @TheBloodBuddies!
Long before dating show contestants could use their instagram fame to sell detox tea, there was a certain purity to the craziness framed by shows such as Rock of Love. Liz from Bloody Date Night joins Janine to talk about some of her favorite moments from 2000s dating shows.
You can find Bloody Date Night by visiting their website (http://theatlantictransmission.com/podcast/bloody-date-night/) or anywhere on social media: @BloodyDateNight !
Kate and Janine take a stroll down meme-ory lane as they discuss some memes and viral videos from the 90s to today, including Dancing Baby, Boxxy, Spongebob, Chocolate Rain, and Numa Numa. Be sure to check out our full shownotes on our website to get links to the videos discussed! Also, if you have suggestions for memes to discuss in future episodes, please let us know!
Remember when you'd all crowd around a computer while someone made you watch their YouTube playlist of funny videos? Chances are that a song or two from The Lonely Island graced that experience. Our guest Charis Dillon discusses SNL Digital Shorts of the 2000s as well as some of The Lonely Island's top hits. Be sure to check out the full show notes for links on our website www.HatePodcast.com!
Check out Charis Dillon's podcasts:
Let's Talk TV (https://letstalknashville.com)
The Good Pod (https://thegoodpod.com/)
Did you know that Shrek and Donkey were animated into the audience during the 74th Oscars? Learn about the beginnings of the Best Animated Feature Category (and its subsequent criticisms) on this week's minisode. Be sure to enter our giveaway by rating and reviewing our podcast!
Links for this minisode:
Introduction of the first Best Animated Feature Award: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CsDDEY1Rf-Q
Alternate, unaired video if Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius (2001) had won the category: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EBx6nWZ6hXc
Woody, Buzz Lightyear, and Jessie presenting the Short Film (Animated) award at the 72nd Oscars: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7LsGJvg3hfU
Woody and Buzz Lightyear presenting the 2016 Best Animated Feature category: https://youtu.be/2-wowSRBfrY
Wikipedia article on Best Animated Feature, including a very useful list of wins versus nominations by different studios: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Academy_Award_for_Best_Animated_Feature
Interview where an academy member admits they only watch the movies their child wants to watch: https://www.hollywoodreporter.com/race/brutally-honest-oscar-ballot-no-773905
Interview where an academy member says they don't watch animated movies, period: https://www.hollywoodreporter.com/lists/oscars-2017-brutally-honest-ballot-6-978487/item/best-animated-feature-brutally-honest-ballot-6-978518
Very hopeful 2001 article on the introduction of the Best Animated Feature category: https://www.deseretnews.com/article/879975/Animated-feature-films-finally-find-respect-in-Oscars-world.html
Walt Disney's honorary Oscars: https://www.waltdisney.org/blog/look-closer-recap-walt%E2%80%99s-honorary-oscars
Interesting commentary on the history of animation at the Oscars - "The 6 Most Unforgivable Animation Oscar Moments": https://www.cartoonbrew.com/ideas-commentary/the-6-most-unforgivable-animation-oscars-37422.html
In our minisodes, we're watching The Simple Life (2003) starring Paris Hilton and Nicole Richie. Kate took notes as she watched the second episode, which follows the starlets to a dairy farm. The following is essentially a stream of consciousness as she watched the episode progress.Read More
To celebrate her birthday, Janine offers Kate the choice between two romantic movies: Sweet November (2001) starring Charlize Theron and Keanu Reeves, or Kate and Leopold (2001) starring Meg Ryan and Hugh Jackman.
In the very first episode of 2018, Janine and Kate discuss the absolute plethora of early 2000s media centering around romance in the White House as they consider their hardest decision yet: whether to watch First Daughter (2004) or Chasing Liberty (2004), two movies that are nearly identical in plot.