Throwing shade is a coffee lovers dream. That episode took four cups...I can do without caffeine. So can YOU. But Throwing Shade? NEVER. Mmmmm. Delicious.
Throwing Shade is my favorite Four Tinas recap podcast!!! If you want a show that will make you hate living in LA even when you donât live there then this is the podcast for you. This pod has everything permit disputes, sale coffee shaming and, most importantly, womxnâs and LGBT issues explained in a smart and funny way. Just watch out for Mondo, heâs a menace. Also I just saw 2 raccoons fighting over some trash on Roosevelt and 65th! If youâre trash isnât taken inâIâm calling the police.
I donât even listen on iTunes but I LOVE THIS PODCAST SO MUCH THAT I AM RATING IT ON HERE. Iâm a junior in a northwest Arkansas high school so this show is like a breath of fresh air. I love the friendly banter between Erin, Bryan, and Sam interwoven with the HARD FACTS. Thank you for livening up my bus rides and the classes I donât want to pay attention in. Shoutout to my choir director for recommending this show to me #freemondo
I listen to an unhealthy number of podcasts, but no character has wormed his way as deeply into my subconscious as Mondo. Proof: I can no longer pronounce âproductsâ the normally-accepted way. Keep up the life-changing work â¥ï¸
I love Sam; letâs hang out. Bryanâs impersonation of Sylvester Stallone gives me life. And I feel like Iâve known Erin my entire life. Keep up the great work!
Erin and Bryan (and honorary co-host Sam) bring me joy. Simple as that.
Excuse me, AHAT are you even thinking if youâre not listening to this podcast? I started listening on a road trip from actual hell, and here I am three years later playing âEverybody Says Donâtâ every time my fiancÃ© has an opinion. You can fight city hall, upset the cot, laugh at the king, and listen to a great podcast all at once. What in the Easter Bunny are you waiting for?!
Best podcast eva. I quit listening to this podcast a while back because of comments by Erin and Bryan about hating baby boomers (of which I am one). After some self reflection (i.e. heavy drinking) I realized I too have problems tolerating my own cohort and came right back. I agree with everything (high school, am I right?) these two, well three with Sam, say. I wish I could share this with people I know and work with but...well...boomers. Please.don't.stop.
Erin and Bryan my my my I love you both! My mother just wrote a book called âgetting the best careâ and I immediately thought of Erin. It is about taking care of a loved one in the hospital. I thought of you for two reasons, one being your father, but two is youâre both authors and that inspires me so SO much! I would be delighted to send you a book (or even hear this review read on the pod)Stay funny!XxxCatherine
The dumpy suit song just made me spit out my drink.
Gimme an H! Gimme an A! Gimme a T! What does that spell??It spells that this podcast makes me laugh so hard I have to stop working. Itâs also empowering. Bryan and Erin are my friendship goals. I donât really know how to describe what this podcast is, just listen to it.
I have been a Throwing Shade fan since 2013. I love love love this podcast. TS even turned me onto Ronna & Beverly which I also loved. Now, hereâs the thing. I really like Ronna, I find her quite funny. That being said, her constant interrupting of Erin (and sometimes Bryan) has got to stop. She is a guest on their podcast - she has come into their home. Iâve found it very frustrating and have literally yelled âshut the f**k up Ronnaâ while on the train in Chicago - embarrassing but Iâm not apologizing for it. If it doesnât bother Erin, Iâll screw off. But I value Erinâs opinion and would actually like to hear what she has to say, okay Ronna? You might need to go spend some alone time in Marblehead and come back with a more respectful attitude.
Loved Bryan and Erin, listened for years and went to multiple live shows and watched the TV show. But now Sam keeps jumping in and stepping all over jokes and comments and ruining the flow completely. Thereâs a reason why Sam isnât on the cover photo, so why does he keep jumping in when his job is sound engineer? Itâs a shame because I used to love the podcast and it was a weekly routine to listen, now itâs grating and I never know when Sams going to jump in and make my want to roll my eyes or turn the podcast off completely.
Every Thursday, I come back to my condo, I put on my wig and my elbow length gloves, I turn on Throwing Shade, and I PRAY that Bryan will tell the story about when his great Aunt Annie hid in a laundry basket from the Indians again.
If youâve never listened to this podcast, I BEG of you, go to Episode 378 at 46:17 and listen to Erin and Bryan riff on Hackles...âthe clownâ. It may be the funniest unscripted 2 minutes Iâve ever heard. Youâll be hooked for life. There are countless gems just like it all the way back to the beginning. And, along the way, youâll be informed and entertained like you canât imagine. FIVE STARS!
When I was in middle school I went to a Wednesday night youth bible study at Christ Presbyterian Church. I ended up just singng songs I didn't like with people who didn't like me. One night I asked our leader what the church's stance was on gay marriage. I was bored and simply wanted to know the truth. The few friends I had at the time were all either queer or allies and I couldn't see myself going to a church that didn't welcome them. My leader was clearly taken aback by the question but after a few non-answers she came around to simply saying "The church is against it." While I never really connected with her I respected her candor. It was the final nail in the coffin for me and I never went back. I eventually went to the Unitarian Universalist Church and am currently attending Quaker meetings. Chris Pratt's situation really resonates with me because it does not take a great amount of courage of integrity to simply ask the leaders of the church what their stance on these issues are. I did it when I was 14 he should be able to do it in his 40s. Thank you for sharing this story. And of course, thank you Ellen Page.
OMG, my favorite podcast. Canât wait for it to drop every week. Brian and Erin provide great comedic insight to our effed up world. I will never be able to walk past the grocery store roast chicken without hearing Brianâs voice screaming âready for the rotisserieeee...â Please come to St. Louis. Iâd be front row
You want spice? You want fire? You want info about condos? Theyâve got it. Plus hilarious convo about everything you want to know aboutâgroceries etc.â and Sam! Sam is the best third wheel there ever was, meant in the best way possible.
I donât usually listen to gay stuff or feminist stuff but this show is great and funny! Good to hear the different perspectives other than your own. Iâm cracking up at work while listening to this!
I listen to many different podcasts but only Throwing Shade has saved me $30 a month, the amount Iâd spend on a separate eye cream. Just a moisturizer for me, thank you very much. Any tips for lowering my wireless plan?
I absolutely cherish every second of Throwing Shade, ad-reads and Mondo moments included. Bryan, Erin and producer Sam bring so much joy into my life with every episode and social moment and I can never thank them enough for what they do. If they're reading this - I hope you guys can make it back around to Charlotte sometime soon! Sorry we missed you last time! Stupid hurricane. And thanks for the amazing shirt! - Walker
I love this podcast. I learn something and laugh out loud every week. Mondo is a favorite when they do reads, but when Erin does that clown voice with the creepy laugh, I have to skip ahead. Props to her acting skills. Listen to this gem of a podcast! Great to see you two at JFL in Montreal this summer. Lots of love to Erinâs dad. Hi Sam!
Iâm curious about something; were you all raised in a barn?Just listened to the August 9th episode with guest Ronna Glickman. Yuck! I nearly unsubscribed after hearing all of that lip smacking, plate scraping, cake coated vocals nauseatingly up close and personal to the microphone. Why didnât you just slurp an entire pot of coffee while you were at it? I imagined you savagely pawing into that defenseless cake with your grubby mitts, shoveling mounds of red, white, and blue into your gaping mouth holes. I genuinely felt sorry for that poor cake.
I have loved this podcast for seven years now, and listening to it so much has burned Erin and Bryan's voices inextricably into my consciousness. Shoutout to how much more intersectional they have become since the early days, and I am so genuinely refreshed by how upbeat and funny the patter remains in the face of our dystopian hell world.This review would be incomplete without declaring that some years ago I had a dream of a mythical TS character named White Pant who was teased but never introduced, and ever since then I have had a hard time convincing myself that it wasn't real.
This show is fun, and you get to see both behind the curtain of the feminist psyche and the homosexual psyche. The show was a lot more fun when they played this game called "Shade or no Shade? They stopped playing it and thats sad. They added Sam though and thats good.
This is one of my favorite podcasts ever! And I finally thought of something review-worthy to say. Today, I quit a job I love for a new opportunity- itâs a good thing but it felt like a breakup, it sucked. I had just gotten to my car and allowed myself to tear up when my Bluetooth kicked in and I hear Bryan belting Lady Gagaâs A Star Is Born song. I totally forgot thatâs where I had paused the Oscar episode! Thank you for cheering me up when I really needed it
dear god please stop having Ronna Glickman on. Honest to god it is PAINFUL listening to he both of you try to get a single word in while sheâs droning on. Sheâs not funny nor very insightful and youâre doing your podcast a disservice by having her on. Yâall are great though keep it up.
The moment the theme song comes on Iâm immediately gitty! A great way to stay up to date on so many important issues. I love you, I adore you, I want to kiss you, while also wanting to slap your faces! ð
Always a fav!!!
All week I look forward to a new episode for my Thursday commute. That either says something about the quality of my life or the podcast. You decide. Also respect how Erin delves into nuanced issues having done seemingly no research. However, her readings of Martha Stewart extravagant recipes more than makes up for it.
So Iâm really disappointed by this podcast. I have been listening to this podcast for years and I still havenât received any kind of recipes from Bryan or Erin for beef Wellingtonâs or Chicken Tetrazzini. Iâm even more disappointed that more folks do not listen to this podcast. Iâm off to buy a condo, but keep up the good work I guess?
Bryan, Erin and Sam I love your podcast so much, I want to make 100 lobsters and have you all over for a kitchen party. ð¥³ thanks for always keeping me laughing but also educated, love ya!
This podcast got me through my divorce and relocation from Honolulu to Houston during the era of Trump which is really saying something. I will never forget the iconic episode where Bryan imitated what a gay version of Siri willing to do anything would sound like, my boyfriend and I laughed about this for days. Keep up the great work and canât wait to see you in Houston!
I know for a fact that Erin and Bryan record this podcast standing up, dressed in a gown, Evita style in front of a microphone.
This podcast is my source for comedy, news, and therapy all in one. Week after week they keep me informed, make me laugh, they even keep the ads entertaining. Itâs truly something I look forward to every week. Listen, laugh, and get woke with Bryan and Erin.
I never knew I loved spying on pasta but this podcast helped me discover I have been a long-time penne peeper and thanks to Erin Iâm going to change that. Any time is the right time for coffee and Throwing Shade. I love this podcast and canât wait for new eps every week!
Is to GET ON THROWING SHADEâS LEVEL! Insightful. Hilarious. Educational. Itâs all there, people. I look forward to the show every Thursday and wheeze laugh nearly the whole way through. Truly worth your time!
Nothing but pleasures! Bryan and Erin delight my ears, even when they have to report on the crappy things crappy people are doing. They take you on Phantom Tollbooth style tangents and I ABSOLUTELY LOVE IT. How are they so quick and witty?? The are right on top of important issues, delivering them with hilarity and smarts, but their empathy and humor especially make these two special.
COME ON MAWMA throwing shade has everything. Itâs hilarious and just what this satanist lawyer needs. Gimme, gimme more gimme more of this SHE-LARIOUS podcast. Also Bryan, call me ð
Listening to the Safi v. gas pump saga while lifting weights was a crucial reminder: Don't gym & Shade. I laughed so hard I nearly dropped a dumbbell on my forehead. Been a subscriber since episode 1. Keep 'em coming honey buns!
Hi B and E !! Iâve been listening to you guys for a few years now but Iâve never taken the time to leave a review. Well here it is! You guys brighten my week and inspire and entertain me with all your passion and politics. Keep it up ! A huge fan, Eric.
Set the speed to 1/2
By the way I love listening to your poooodcast from my coooondowwww. On the eastside. Eastside of Seattle, by the way. I make sure to turn it up as I walk through the foyer where my old conservative neighbors live so they can stay woke as well. And by the way, have you counted how many times you say âby the way,â in a single episode because I keep losing track. I love it and have incorporated it into my lexicon. Lexicondo. Love you all!
Erin, please never apologize for your deep investigative journalism about the grocery stores of the LA metro area.
After listening to todayâs episode I just wanted to tell Brian that I have, in fact, driven away from a gas station with the pump still in my gas tank. It was the very beginning of a road trip from Ohio to Vermont and I was with my sister, fueling up, and no one noticed we hadnât disconnected. The result was a very loud noise, a brief shower of gasoline and a very grumpy gas station employee (oh and a $175.00 fee). And a lot of people looking at me like I was crazy.
Freddie Bell Jones wishes Erin and her family the best!
I laugh so hard I canât listen at work because I canât explain the content without worrying about HR getting involved! Thank you!!
Love these two! Throwing shade dropping TRUTH! Listen and get educated. Open your minds and listen, laugh, and Learnð
Iâm blown away. How do they do it? Itâs too good. Been listening and watching since 2013- Iâm hooked. See ya at Sketch Fest!
This podcast is so delicious it will make your mouth squirt.