#Millennial Podcast: The Weekly Podcast for Millennials

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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 #5×11: Inside Child Welfare, and Disney Jumps the (James) Gunn

  • Trump is “something from a cold McRib” according to this week’s guest. We’re going to get along great!
  • Andrew provides some native advertising for Disney, Laura submits a dog surgery claim, and #Millennial was ranked #8 on Feedspot’s “Top 20 Millennial Podcasts on the web.” #blessed
  • Our social media lives! Long-time listener Jule has taken the reigns on the #Millennial social accounts, so you can stop staring at posts from 2016.
  • We’re joined by #Millennial listener Kearstyn, who talks with us about asexuality and not needing/wanting your dick pics sliding into her DMs.
  • Is companionship something Kearstyn still seeks despite being asexual?
  • Kearstyn also used to work in child welfare, and shares some of the nightmare scenarios she ran into on the job.
  • 2020 is coming up, and approximately 2020 Democrats are running for President. Kill us now.
  • But hey, at least one candidate feels like a breath of fresh air (whose husband loves Harry Potter)
  • In the news, we touch on the terrorist attack in New Zealand, an update on Boeing’s crisis, James Gunn being let out of time-out, and Trump taking a little spanking from his party.
  • Also, in case any time travelers from 2006 are listening, MySpace loses all our cringy high school data in 2019.
  • Check us out on social! twitter.com/millennialshow instagram.com/millennialshow facebook.com/millennialshow
  • This week’s episode is sponsored by BioClarity (enter code MIL for 40% off a skincare routine and 15% off everything else) ZipRecruiter (try ZipRecruiter for FREE!), and Postmates (download the Postmates app and enter code HASHTAG for $100 of free delivery credit for your first 7 days).

And in this week’s installment of After Dark:

  • Lori Loughlin, Felicity Huffman, and their kids are 1D10T5.
  • This raises the question – is it a scholarship if you have to pay for it?
  • Felicity Huffman, will you pay my student loans?
  • Is there ever a case where a student wouldn’t know if their parents bought their way into school? Pam explains.

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Episode #5×10: Pound Taco

  • Not such a small world: Pat is going to Disney World for the first time next week.
  • Laura’s saving a whopping $12 on her student loan repayments over the next year – what should she do now that she’s flush with cash?
  • Andrew brings his dental nightmares back to the show – RIP Andrew’s wisdom teeth.
  • We all saw Captain Marvel this weekend and give a spoiler free review! And now we have to prepare for Endgame…
  • It’s RuPaul’s _drag_ race, not RuPaul’s racist race, Brooke Lynn Hytes.
  • Facebook joins the rest of us in realizing that privacy is the cornerstone of any successful tech company.
  • Given its abysmal record with data protection, is anyone crazy about the idea of Facebook becoming a private messaging platform? This discussion leads us deep into Facebook’s Memories feature.
  • UPDATE (Andrew, get the Xanax): A second Boeing 737 MAX 8 has crashed, this time in Ethiopia. The relatively ubiquitous model has already been grounded pending investigation by a number of countries except… the US.
  • *DISCLAIMER:* Following this week’s recording, the UK and Australia have joined the wave of countries grounding the 737 MAX pending further investigation of the crash of an Ethiopian Airlines passenger jet. GOOD.
  • Game of Thrones is preparing to drop its final season, and Pam, Pat, and Laura gush about what they’re excited to see (and who they hope will die). #TeamIcyBois
  • Surprise Bitch! victim Kelsey joins us for a round of Fact or Fiction: Millennial Edition.
  • “I’ll take my water double filtered” says the girl who paid for pet insurance.
  • This week’s episode is sponsored by ForHers (Get your first month of birth control for $5), Harry’s (Get a $13 value set), and Postmates (download the Postmates app and enter code HASHTAG for $100 of free delivery credit for your first seven days). Support #Millennial by supporting our sponsors!
  • Why is one of our ad promo codes ‘HASHTAG’? Andrew and Laura reveal how our advertisers might be a little confused by our name.

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

  • We dig into the HBO documentary “Leaving Neverland,” which chronicles the stories of two men who allege sexual assault at the hands of King of Pop, Michael Jackson.
  • Are the parents to blame here, or were they groomed alongside their children?
  • The complexity of grief: how it’s possible to mourn someone and be simultaneously glad they’re gone.
  • Hardcore MJ fans still refuse to believe their hero was a pedophile. Should we separate the man from the music?

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Episode #5×09: Now Boarding

Need a break from the Michael Cohens of the world? Look no further than the newest episode of #Millennial.

  • We’re joined this week by official airline correspondent James, who’s here to make sure we sit back, relax, and enjoy the flight.
  • Andrew 2020: A voice the HOA can depend on (to make allowances for Brooklyn to pee in the garden).
  • Listener feedback features someone who was shook by a recent confessional, as well as the victim of a recent ghosting event. RIP.
  • James answers every question Andrew’s always had about flying, such as why the pilot doesn’t hurry back to the cockpit after a potty break.
  • Old man yells at cloud: Spielberg is trying to prevent streaming services like Netflix from submitting their films for consideration at the Oscars. Get with the times, old man!
  • Laura puts the President and Board of Trustees of her undergraduate institution, McDaniel College, on blast for voting to suspend majors in the arts and humanities.
  • This episode is sponsored by OpenFit (text MIL to 303030 for an extended 30-day free trial membership), Rothy’s (enter code MILL for free shipping with no minimum purchase), and Policy Genius. Support #Millennial by supporting our sponsors!

And in this week’s installment of After Dark:

  • Rotten Tomatoes has finally realized that allowing consumers to tank a movie’s score prior to its release plays into internal societal biases against women and people of color. Who knew?!
  • This comes shortly before the release of Captain Marvel, which was also trashed on Rotten Tomatoes, since its lead actor possesses a vagina. Of course.
  • In a world full of Spielbergs, be a Brie Larson.

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Episode #5×08: The Context of Grindelwald

  • We’re thinking of launching an exploratory committee for a potential Presidential run in 2020, but in the meantime, tune in to hear our latest shenanigans.
  • _Who_ loves orange jumpsuits? _Paul_ loves orange jumpsuits. Is it true?!
  • “TIL not to write a personal check to the people I’m paying to attack me.” – Jussie Smollett
  • Speaking of high-profile cancellations, R.Kelly turned himself in over the weekend after being charged with sexually abusing 4 victims.
  • Get the popcorn: Andrew makes Laura say something nice about Bernie Sanders.
  • Our AP choice submissions cover dog ownership, Andrew’s sister’s student loan dilemma, and what we’d do with our lives if money weren’t an issue.
  • Large gaming companies continue to be dickbags: EA and Bioware are facing backlash over treating their early adopters like beta testers by releasing half-baked games and letting the fans discover potential bugs.
  • Also dickbaggish, Apple is earning the ire of major print journalism outlets like the New York Times for its new “Netflix for News” approach.
  • As if that weren’t enough, Netflix saved all your answers to the choose-your-own-adventure “Black Mirror: Bandersnatch” episode. So if you’re a psychopath, Netflix know now – congrats!
  • This week’s episode is sponsored by FabFitFun (https://www.fabfitfun.com and enter code MILL to get $10 off your first box), UnTuckIt (https://www.untuckit.com and enter code MILLENNIAL for 20% off your first purchase), and Robinhood (https://www.millennial.robinhood.com for a FREE stock like Apple, Ford, or Sprint). Support #Millennial by supporting our sponsors!

And in this week’s installment of After Dark:

  • The hosts take Pew Research Center’s Religious Typology Quiz (http://www.pewforum.org/quiz/religious-typology/) and compare results.
  • Surprisingly, we do have some variety in our results, and we compare ourselves to the data.
  • Some surprises in the data itself make us question whether there is room for Evangelicals in the progressive movement.

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Episode #5×07: And The Worst Oscars Goes To…

  • The government lives to fight another day, as does #Millennial.
  • Andrew’s HOA is too involved, Laura’s isn’t involved enough, and Pam has become a personal chef! (For her dog)
  • “Uncle Joe, don’t run,” we imagine President Obama casually mentioning on his most recent brodate with Joe Biden. (Note: This episode was recorded before Bernie’s announcement)
  • The Confessional makes a return with an unsettling childhood memory and an equally unsettling Valentine’s Day gift.
  • What has Kevin Hart, a Best Popular Film category, and Laura’s viewership? Not this year’s Oscars!
  • That said, 2018 was a good year for women in film… unless you’re Marvel, which is just now releasing its first female-led blockbuster. Womp womp.
  • According to a survey conducted by Yale and George Mason Universities, most Americans believe in climate change, but don’t feel the emotional urgency they ~perhaps~ ABSOLUTELY should.
  • After several failed attempts (seriously, answer your phones people!) we reach Baila and her husband, who reveal they have a mixed-political marriage.
  • This week’s episode is sponsored by Joybird (https://www.joybird.com/millennial for 25% off your first order using code MILLENNIAL), Zola (https://www.zola.com/mill for a free wedding website and $50 off a Zola registry), and BioClarity (https://www.bioclarity.com and enter code MIL for a free clarifying masque with the purchase of a skincare routine). Support #Millennial by supporting our sponsors!

And in this week’s installment of After Dark:

  • In light of some of the questionable details surrounding the reported hate crime perpetrated against Empire star Jussie Smollett, Pam fills us in on a case of a false hate crime accusation from her hometown.
  • Our jury may still be out on the Smollett case, but we cover the litany of ways in which false accusations set social movements back and scar communities.
  • The Number: THIS MANY people are three months or more behind on their car payments, a new record.
  • Could we see ourselves starting GoFundMe’s during a period of financial hardship?

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Episode #5×06: Speed Finds A Way

  • Worried about the looming (potential) sequel to the government shutdown? Listen to the newest #Millennial instead!  
  • Andrew has an important day ruined by a food delivery driver, Laura is at war with her HOA, and Pam recaps the Grammys.  
  • Preemptive RIP to Elizabeth Warren’s 2020 bid for President. We hardly knew ye.  
  • Listener Nicki joins us to talk job hunting and what she looks for when hiring candidates.  Be sure to check out her fiancé’s art!
  • Nicki reveals she landed her current job through the #Millennial Facebook group! Andrew wants one of y’all to give him a job pls.  
  • The Confessional is back with a familiar topic: guns.  
  • We’ve certainly never had a friend like… Will Smith’s Genie in the upcoming, live action Aladdin. #nightmarefuel  
  • Is Waze making it easier to get out of speeding tickets and DUI stops? Yes. Do we want them to stop? :grimacing:  
  • AP Choice is back, with one question about a dystopian video game and another about our dystopian country.  
  • This week’s episode is sponsored by Policy Genius (https://www.policygenius.com/), Audible (https://www.audible.com/mill for a 30-day free trial), and Harry’s (https://www.harrys.com/mill for the $13 value trial set). Support #Millennial by supporting our sponsors!
And in this week’s installment of After Dark:
  • A third of Americans say it’s okay to wear blackface as part of a Halloween costume, according to the Pew Research Center.  
  • Given that a majority of Americans don’t think this is okay, how is it that someone always manages to fuck this up every Halloween?  
  • Is it ever okay to wear traditional clothing of a culture or country you have no connection to? Pam and Nicki sound off.  
  • Do we still think Ralph Northam should resign?

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Episode #5×05: Something From A Nut

  • Happy Black History Month! Stop asking for a White History Month.
  • Pat is back this week, fresh off a urination tour around the Grand Canyon.
  • Andrew and Pat definitely “don’t wanna be friendssss” with their seat neighbor at Gaga’s Vegas residency show.
  • Listener Feedback: Fabi’s family is from Venezuela, and she’s a Democrat who… agrees with Trump’s support of opposition leader Juan Guaido.
  • You know the Super Bowl is boring AF when the main takeaway is the infamous, mysterious viral egg.
  • This ain’t a scene, it’s a goddamn arms race when Cold War-era treaties are suspended.
  • If your dick pic game left something to be desired in the past, you’re in luck:
  • Facebook messenger will now allow you to delete old embarrassing private messages. But also no one wants to see your dick.
  • Should Virginia Governor Ralph Northam resign amidst a racist yearbook photo discovery?
  • This week’s episode is sponsored by Openfit (text MIL to 30-30-30 for a special extended 30-day free trial), Away (visit awaytravel.com/mill and use promo code mill during checkout for $20 off a suitcase), and Rothy’s (rothys.com and enter promo code mill for free shipping with no minimum purchase). Support #Millennial by supporting our sponsors!

And in this week’s Installment of After Dark (beginning at 1:18:14):

  • We tune into the State of the Union speech momentarily and offer some commentary on the Orange Menace’s butchering of the English language and American Democracy.
  • Speaking of Mike Pence, let’s talk about our cultural obsession with serial killers!
  • We dive into why serial killers haunt our communities and pique our interests.
  • Andrew shocks the panel with a revelation about how his life was touched by a real-life killer.

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Episode #5×04: Ridin’ Solo

  • The government may have been re-opened for three weeks, but #Millennial has always been here for you.
  • We welcome #Millennial’s official gaming correspondent (and nothing else), Marc, back to the show!
  • Andrew and Pat are about to head to Vegas where they will enjoy West Coast specialties like In-N-Out and painted rocks.
  • Thoughts and Prayers: Andrew facing sub-arctic temperatures and Laura facing the Super Bowl in her home city.
  • Nintendo and Toei/Namco-Bandai seem to be snubbing major tournaments by not allowing them to host Super Smash Bros or Dragonball Fighterz. We wonder why they’re being such buzzkills and how this would even be enforceable at smaller scale tournaments.
  • In the news: A GAY 2020 candidate, Canada ranked #1 for quality of life in the world, Venezuela’s leader rated the absolute worst with 80% of his country opposing him, and the creators of Fortnite being sued for stealing some sweet dance moves.
  • This week’s episode is brought to you by UnTuckIt (use promo code ‘millennial’ for 20% off your first purchase), Robinhood (visit millennial.robinhood.com for a free stock), and FabFitFun (use code MILL to get $10 off your first box)

And in this week’s installment of After Dark:

  • A number of celebrities are sitting out this year’s Super Bowl to protest police brutality and the NFL’s treatment of Colin Kaepernick.
  • When does celebrity activism work, and when does it fall flat? Internet personalities seem to do a better job of keeping narratives constant, while A-listers tend to make one-off statements.
  • As per usual, we get off topic and start talking about random stories from our youth. We’re sorry.

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Episode #5×03: Arms Not Open

  • Friend of the show and official #Millennial conservative correspondent Parker joins us again this week to talk about the government shutdown.
  • We also get Parker’s reactions to the growing list of 2020 Democratic candidates and are surprised by some areas where we agree!
  • Andrew’s got a new side hustle: A Podcast and Patreon consulting business! Hit him up if you need help with your own show or Patreon.
  • Laura’s rage of the week: Democrats, get the $%#& over yourselves and your ideological purity tests.
  • With Netflix’s recent release of viewership numbers, it raises the question of how our consumption of content has changed. Is there still a place for network TV?
  • Netflix has named its biggest competitor, and surprisingly, it’s not another streaming service.
  • Just in the nick of time, Spotify is rolling out a new feature that will allow you to block R.Kelly or any other artist you don’t want to hear from.
  • Things get a little… personal in this week’s recommendations.

This week’s episode is sponsored by Joybird (go here for 25% off your first order), ZipRecruiter (try for FREE), and BioClarity (enter code MIL for a FREE Clarifying Masque with purchase of a skin routine).

And in this week’s installment of After Dark:

  • YouTube is cracking down on videos featuring dangerous pranks and challenges. #RIPTidePodchallenge
  • Banning videos that encourage dangerous behaviors is all well and good, but YouTube doesn’t have the best track record when it comes to restricting “inappropriate content.”
  • Devil’s Advocate: Government Shutdown/Wall Edition.

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Episode #5×02: No Cheese For You

  • It’s 2019, but we peaked in 2009 so don’t expect us to participate in your 2009 vs 2019 selfie challenge.
  • Laura and Pam detail their weekend drama of cheese fries and Bachelor viewing parties.
  • This week’s $10 Patron guest is Shania, who is gracious and speaks openly with us about being on the Asexuality spectrum.
  • AP Choice: What advice to we have for couples getting ready to move in together?
  • Listener feedback proves that cursive isn’t actually useless.
  • We talk about which Dems are in for 2020 and what is officially the longest government shutdown in US history. People are hurting, what can we do to help? And when will Agent Orange realize he’s never getting his wall?
  • UPDATE: R.Kelly is officially under investigation following Lifetime’s docuseries, “Surviving R.Kelly.”
  • GAME: Fact or Fiction: Government Shutdown Edition.
  • This week’s episode is brought to you by Policy Genius, Audible (Visit Audible.com/MILL for a free trial), and Zola (Start your free wedding website and also get $50 off your registry at go
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And in this week’s installment of After Dark:

  • “Tidying up with Marie Kondo” is taking the world (and our closets) by storm. Laura has cleared out 6 trash bags’ worth of donations, Pam has emptied her closet, and Andrew has always been orderly.
  • Our tips for deciding what to part with and how to “let go” of things.
  • We all share what we have the hardest time parting with and methods we’ve employed to clear our homes.

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