#Millennial Podcast: The Weekly Podcast for Millennials

We brought you the original Jurassic Park. We crafted the first craft beer. We patented the concept of social commentary and invented the cat meme revolution. We are viral, apathetic, digital, entitled and diverse. We are the iEra of human evolution. We are #Millennial podcast.

Podcast For Millennials

And we’re here to change the world. Armed only with the ubiquitous power of USB headsets and mediocre production value, we will not rest until every inane story has been unearthed, turned to click-bait, and generated at least 300 pointless internet comments. We’re like Walter Cronkite with attitude, if Walter Cronkite had been an idiot.

Each week, a roundtable of friends discuss the latest news affecting our daily lives. But it isn’t all about figuring out how to afford rent, securing our digital lives, and eating avocado toast — We also discuss butts, pesky relationships, annoying family members, and anything else that enters our medicated brains. Simply put, #Millennial podcast is your show for dealing with and laughing through growing up.

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Episode #4×47: Seasoned

  • We’re gearing up for the holidays! Andrew and Pat are baking cookies, Laura is nearly getting murdered by repairmen, and the deadline to sign up for healthcare is December 15th!
  • Listeners sound off: reactions to last week’s CRISPR discussion and a confessional about a sexless relationship.
  • Since Tumblr is removing porn, we can go ahead and say RIP. On a lighter note, our Associate Producer Choice has $10 Patrons sharing their favorite porn sources, so take notes!
  • “Keep your pic in your pants!” Cyber flashing is the hot new way to sexually harass unwitting iPhone users who don’t monitor their Airdrop settings.
  • Get ready to buy your Amtrak passes: the new Boeing 737 MAX has a YUGE problem that caused a Lion Air flight to crash off the coast of Indonesia. As if that weren’t bad enough, several major airlines have thousands of these planes on order.
  • Since we’re doomed to repeat our historic failures, China has begun interning hundreds of thousands of Muslims in concentration camps in the Xinjiang territory.
  • Surprise, Bitch! gets all pharmaceutical and shit.
  • Reminder: Next week’s episode will be our last of the year and will air LIVE over at patreon.com/millennial. If you’ve ever wanted to know what we look like, now is your chance.
  • This week’s show is sponsored by Policy Genius (https://www.policygenius.com/), Scentbird (Scentbird.com/MILL and use code MILL for 50% off your first month), and Rothy’s (https://rothys.com/ and enter code MILL for free shipping with no minimum purchase).

And in this week’s installment of After Dark:

  • Holiday etiquette: who to bring, what to bring, and what not to talk about.
  • Holiday firsts! What do you do when you bring someone home for the first time? What are our first Christmas memories?
  • Andrew holds a holiday grudge and shares a touching Christmas story.

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Episode #4×46: Fake It Til You OmgWait

  • We’re back this week with guest Jared, who works for a probation and parole department. Will we get through the episode without bring thrown in the clink?
  • Jared schools us on the importance of criminal justice reform, as well as the other areas our justice system has room for improvement.
  • On the first day of Christmas Robert Mueller gave to me…
  • Now that we can’t watch porn at Starbucks anymore, what is the point of going there, even?
  • A Chinese scientist named He Jiankui has reported that he’s created the world’s first “designer babies,” or gene-edited babies. This development confirms that we are indeed living in a hellscape.
  • Devil’s Advocate finds the panel arguing in support of designer super hero babies.
  • This week’s episode is sponsored by ZipRecruiter.com/Mill, Audible.com/Mill, and Homesick Candles (Enter code MILL for free shipping and 10% off any order over $60).

And in this week’s installment of After Dark:

  • Payless fools a bunch of toolbag influencers into saying they’d spend hundreds on their $20 shoes.
  • We talk about how to side hustle and provide tips and tricks from our own experiences. We also poll Patrons to find out what they do on the side to make extra cash. Turns out most millennials have a side hustle, so who’re the lazy, entitled ones now, baby boomers?!
  • Pam brings it home with a mini Hype discussion about Disney pulling a Thanos on Netflix’s Marvel shows, Ariana Grande’s new music video, and the retirement of rapey Christmas songs.

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Episode #4×45: Satan Wins

  • Turkey hangover has passed, the world is still on fire, and #Millennial is back!
  • What did we do when we were off-air the last two weeks? Partied like fucking rockstars, that’s what.
  • Jk, we all saw Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Weak Screenplays.
  • The US spirals further and further into Orwellian dystopia. Merry Christmas, have some tear gas.
  • George Soros, often accused of bankrolling left-wing conspiracies, was blamed by no other than Facebook for the negative press surrounding its various data privacy breaches.
  • This episode of #Millennial is brought to you by the Satanic Church and Netflix.
  • The Number returns to school President Snow about some voter fraud numbers (fun fact: you’re more likely to be struck by lightening twice in your lifetime than you are to commit voter fraud!). Want to check our sources? Brennan Center   ACLU: Facts About Voter Suppression
  • Support the show by supporting this week’s sponsors: Policy Genius (www.policygenius.com), Rothy’s (www.rothys.com and enter code MILL for free shipping), and BioClarity (www.bioclarity.com and enter code MIL for 50% off and free shipping).

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Episode #4×44: Confused

  • We’re joined by Rachel Ritlop, the owner of The Confused Millennial website and podcast!
  • California has had a terrible week — Pam and Andrew have stories relating to the Thousand Oaks shooting and the horrific fires
  • Midterm update: The Blue Wave’s high tide continues, as Donald Trump declares that we shouldn’t count all votes
  • We talk to Rachel about how The Confused Millennial became her full time job
  • What are the biggest challenges with being on that work-from-home grind? And are more people hopping on the freelance train?
  • The panelists have a classic millennial issue in common: They all worry about the future.
  • This week’s news all involves entertainment: Disney+, Toy Story 4, Detective Pikachu, and Stan Lee
  • We call one of our listeners who enjoys life as a freelancer (but don’t expect them to attend a 12:01 AM Fantastic Beasts screening
  • Andrew recommends Joking Hazard, a game like Cards Against Humanity, but with pictures
  • This week’s episode is sponsored by Homesick Candles (use promo code MILL for 10% off a $50+ order and free shipping), Lola (use promo code MILL for 40% off a subscription), and Policy Genius!

And this week in After Dark:

  • Pam recently visited Disneyland where it’s impossible to find short lines.
  • In better news for Pam, she’s finally settled on a therapist. She talks about how she found the right one.
  • In other mental health news, Andrew is finally off of Lexapro. However, he wonders if he’d be better off continuing to take small doses.

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Episode #4×43: Blue… Something

  • Welcome to the 2018 midterms, which will never ever #%$&ing end.
  • Light up a fat one in honor of the nation’s most reviled Keebler Elf, Jeff Sessions.
  • Podcast friends! Check out the podcast Other People’s Lives for the inside scoop on being a 40-year-old virgin, a ghost hunter, and much more.
  • The good: over 1 million Floridians had voting rights re-instated, over 100 women were elected to congress, Democrats took control of the House, the first openly gay governor was elected in Colorado, and the Beto effect trickled down to the state level.
  • The bad (and expected): Republicans maintain control of the Senate, Democrats already infighting about Nancy Pelosi, and several key races still too close to call.
  • The ugly: Voter suppression in Georgia, Trump White House bans Jim Acosta, and with Jeff Sessions fired, Trump has a new lapdog overseeing the Mueller investigation.
  • In The Spin Room, Trump, Huckabee-Sanders, and Conway make appearances to defend the President’s post-midterm rhetoric.
  • We take out the Mailbag and touch on some of your questions: outsider funding for elections, vegetarianism, NaNoWriMo, and gay bath houses.
  • This week’s episode is sponsored by SquareSpace (use offer code MILL) and Policy Genius – support the show by supporting these companies!

And in this week’s installment of After Dark, available to $2+ Patrons:

  • The Number returns with a midterms edition! How much student loan debt could have been paid off with the amount spent on this election?
  • We Surprise Bitch three listeners. Two pick up the phone, and one gets an interesting voicemail from Andrew.
  • Laura gets some intel on where in Canada she can move to (she’s sort of not kidding).

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Episode #4×42: VOTE

  • Pam and Andrew watched the LONG World Series, while Laura got heckled by a weirdo neighbor.
  • We create a special 11 minute #Millennial minisode for when you wait in line to vote.
  • Announcing the new $1 Patreon supporter tier – DTF! Come on, aren’t we worth $1?
  • The MAGAnuts are at it again: shooting at a synagogue in Pittsburgh and pipe bombs being mailed to prominent Democrats and CNN.
  • For a different kind of explosion, check out the AutoBlow AI – the first sex toy capable of delivering a lifelike blowjob (minus the jaw soreness).
  • Millennials are making Facebook great again… by quitting Facebook.
  • Surprise Bitch! Takes us to Maryland and we shittalk our former co-hosts for leaving the show to get educated.
  • REMEMBER REMEMBER THE 6TH OF NOVEMBER AND DON’T BITCH OUT OF YOUR CIVIC DUTY.
  • This week’s episode is sponsored by TIVO, ZipRecruiter, Beach Body on Demand, and BioClarity. Visit our Advertiser Deals page to get links and promo codes!

And in this week’s installment of After Dark, available exclusively on Patreon:

  • Travel nightmares: forgetting wallets, bop its thrown in the Rio Grande, and guarding Tyga’s bling on an airplane.
  • Hidden from the Headlines: Big Tobacco is trying to get Montanans to vote against their own healthcare to avoid a hefty cigarette tax. Also, smokers are gross.
  • Montanans: Vote YES on I-185 next week to save Medicaid expansion in your state!

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Episode #4×41: Chicago Gangbang

  • Listener Josh joins us on the show this week to talk Star Wars drama, Trump supporting relatives, and to make Andrew envious of his silky radio voice.
  • Laura gives a review of Chicago, Hamilton, and a new definition of gang banging.
  • Researchers at Oxford University report that Virtual Reality exposure therapy can help us withstand our anxieties. How might exposure training for the crippling fear of inadequacy be facilitated?
  • Every time you eat a porkchop, God kills a kitten you are killing the planet.
  • 64% of American adults can’t successfully answer questions like “Who was the first President of the United States?” and “Where is the Statue of Liberty located?” No wonder they don’t know where their polling places are.
  • The panel takes the US citizenship test on air – do we pass?
  • Don’t forget to sign up for your first month of Patreon at the $5 level before November 1st and send us confirmation of your voter registration to get your first month FREE.
  • This week’s show is sponsored by TeamiBlends (use code MILL for 20% off), Audible, and Scentbird (Text MILL to 2-4-6-8-10 to receive 50% off your first month). Support the show by supporting these companies!

And in this week’s installment of After Dark:

  • Should people have their citizenship revoked if they can’t pass the citizenship test? Josh and Sarah Huckabee Sanders weigh in.
  • A grocery store worker is fired for stealing $9,200 worth of ham over the span of 8 years, New Zealanders are being sued by Israel, and a gender reveal goes very, very wrong.

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Episode #4×40: 23AndLookSeeImNativeAmerican

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  • Elizabeth Warren, like many white people before her, is cleaving to trace amounts of Native American ancestry in her DNA results. Which brings us to the point of who gives a fuck?
  • The Confessional requires some advice from the #Millennial love doctor and friend whisperer.
  • Taylor Swift may have encouraged an additional 56,669 voters to register, but agent orange likes her music “25% less.” Sad!
  • Voter suppression in Georgia has Laura repeatedly reminding listeners to call on Republican gubernatorial candidate Brian Kemp to resign as Georgia’s Secretary of State.
  • We all know streaming is the most popular way to listen to music, but were surprised to learn what the the top streaming medium is.
  • The Number makes a triumphant return in which Pam and Laura try to fill in details from the streaming report covered in the episode.
  • Nants ingonyama bagithi Baba Sithi uhm ingonyama! Surprise Bitch takes us to North Carolina, where Sam’s husband is the Rafiki to their cat’s Simba.

And in this week’s After Dark on Patreon:

  • The KellyAnne Kanye game returns, and the answers may surprise you!
  • 000000 is the new beat Kanye’s getting ready to drop. JK he’s just an idiot.
  • Discussion: The privatization of our problems. Dominoes is filling potholes, Elon Musk is filtering Flint’s water, and Skipping Rocks Laboratory is creating edible water pods. To what extent are corporations responsible to pitch in? Do we rely too much on them and demand too little of our government?

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Episode #4×39: Dumblevers

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  • UPDATE: Fan Bingbang has been released – sadly, this story ends in tragedy for her bank account.
  • Judge Kavanope was confirmed to the Supreme Court Saturday. Joe Manchin proved that there is no such thing as a West Virginia Democrat, and Susan Collins said “I believe victims of sexual assault, I just don’t care. LOL.”
  • Knock the Vote hopes to bring out the millennial vote by taunting us with a blistering ad about how we so often opt out of the process.
  • This week in creepy tech: BrainNet, Facebook Portal, and new Echo monitors.
  • AP Choice has us giving advice to aspiring rideshare drivers, and addressing Dumbledore’s preferred coital moves.
  • This week’s episode is sponsored by BioClarity, TIVO, Skillshare, and Harry’s. You can support #Millennial by supporting these companies! Learn more at this link

And in this week’s installment of After Dark:

  • Andrew has another wedding to bitch about, and with good reason!
  • Laura gets into an old-school showdown in her Facebook comments with an acquaintance.
  • PSA: Stop complaining about how fat you are. It’s annoying AF.

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Episode #4×38: Kavanope

  • Andrew’s feeling a love for Patagonia this fall, but appears to be the only brand whore on the panel
  • #Millennial PSA: If you know a white man being denied an opportunity because of his history as an abuser, keep him in your #thoughtsandprayers.
  • CHECK YOUR VOTER REGISTRATION STATUS. THEN DOUBLE CHECK IT: Vote.org
  • Dr. Christine Blasey Ford was poised, measured, and credible in her testimony. Meanwhile, Dudley Dursley had a partisan meltdown.
  • Will a limited scope, short FBI investigation vindicate Dr. Ford and save us all the agony of watching Kavanaugh do keg stands on SCOTUS for the next 30 years?
  • Also in need of #thoughtsandprayers: Facebook is in the midst of yet another data and permissions breach. Andrew and Laura recommend using a password manager like 1Password or LastPass to protect your credentials.
  • The latest thing millennials are killing? DIVORCE RATES. Are we better at relationships or can we just not afford them?
  • We share our iOS12 screen time results – WE CAN QUIT ANYTIME WE WANT, OKAY?!
  • Listener Helen provides the most sage, insightful Surprise Bitch! experience to date.

And in this week’s installment of After Dark, available to all Patrons this week:

  • We have more to say about the current SCOTUS drama – sorry not sorry.
  • Andrew provides a mental health and therapy iPad update.
  • Netflix rolling out choose your own adventure programming? How will this affect the way we interpret entertainment?
  • Shut up and take our money: Harry Potter RPG in development.

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