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This is a new podcast for 2017 from Adam and the Muses. The show will explore the stories of ships and the many wrecks, both physical and metaphorical the sea has delivered upon the vessels and the people who sail them. Not all wrecks discussed involve a sinking, in fact some of the stories we discuss involve no actual shipwreck at all. Sometimes we will discuss a lost ship, other times the sad loss of lives upon a ship which lived on long after. Subscribe now to keep up to date and to be re ...
 
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Neither of us have spelled a word correctly in years. YEARS. Autocorrect is our significant other. We bet you're the same!! If technology were to suddenly disappear would you survive with just your brain? Let's have a good old fashioned American spelling bee, folks!! THIS WEEK'S GAME: We brought on some of our smartest friends to play a real life S…
 
Listening to this ep is honestly very on brand for you, babe. WHAT IS UR BRAND. WHAT IS UR VIBE!? We all have one. Just how transparent is your vibe? Could someone peg your entire personality after ten seconds of talking to you? Let's try to find out. THIS WEEK'S GAME: We invited on some folks with pretty strong vibes. They are all pretty confident…
 
Men (Eric included duh) have a tendency to be the actual fucking worst lol Koko wanted to see if the rest of the men in her life are worth keeping around! Feminism is so buzzy and catchy but we feel like there's an epidemic of fake-wokeness going around. Let's weed em out!! THIS WEEK'S GAME: We brought on a group of ~boys~ to quiz them on whether t…
 
If you're reading this, chances are you're broke as fuck, sorry lol BUT YOU'RE NOT ALONE!! We've alll been there! But while some of us were broke af and just surviving, THE ELITE were broke af and THRIVING BIITCH! THIS WEEK'S GAME: We are playing a busted spin on The Price Is Right. Instead of guessing the price of a prius, our contestants are gonn…
 
Some of you siblings are WEIRD... Like possibly TOO close. TOO comfortable. We wanted to put you freaks to the test. THIS WEEK'S GAME: We play a game of MIND MELD to see just how comfortable two pairs of siblings (and honorary siblings Eric and Koko) are!! Are you the kind of siblings that are scared to curse around each other? Or would you help yo…
 
Eric is tragically, hopelessly, devastatingly single!! So Koko decided to go absolutely Nuclear and surprise him with 3 simultaneous blind dates LIVE ON AIR ;) THIS WEEK'S GAME: Eric is going on a four-way blind date to find true love. But instead of showing Eric at his best, Koko wants these guys to share the WORST parts of their personalities, qu…
 
Aye yo! The person who sent you this wants you to know... WE ARE OLD!! Can Gen-Z / MIllenial Cuspers keep up with the cool kids?? This week HURT! No cap. Fax. No printer. Copy? nO tRAnSLate!! THIS WEEK'S GAME: Four elderly Millennial senior citizen contestants answer Jeopardy questions based on what's new in the world of Gen-Z pop culture! You laug…
 
Does big d*ck energy exist?? And is it UNIVERSAL?? Is it the same as WAP energy? Our contestant and our panel of judges are gonna find out! THIS WEEK'S GAME: Three contestants answer random questions and three judges decide if their answers give off big d*ck energy (WAP energy) or tiny d*ck energy (Dry AP Energy)! Will there be a consensus!? SCIENC…
 
Eric and Koko are both *terrible* roommates but who is the absolute WORST? We invited our current and former roommates onto the show to roast us alive. THIS WEEK'S GAME: Team Eric (Eric's current Roomies) and Team Koko (Koko's former roomies) must defend Eric and Koko's honor as the hosts attempt to drag each other across different co-living catego…
 
Which of our white friends would ACTUALLY be invited to The Cookout? What's the cookout? Can you come? Prolly not but we'll seee. THIS WEEK'S GAME: Two teams of our wokest white friends battle it out over black pop culture trivia to see which team (if any) DESERVES to be invited to The Cookout. You laugh, they cry, we Get Wrecked ;) FOLLOW on Apple…
 
Is your best friend telling you EVERYTHING? Or are they a fake a** b*tch lol THIS WEEK'S GAME: Three teams of best friends answer shocking and embarrassing trivia about each other that only their REAL best friend would know. You laugh, they cry, we Get Wrecked ;) PILOT EPISODE FOLLOW on Apple Podcasts FOLLOW on Spotify Instagram/TikTok: @getwrecked…
 
PRESS THAT HOT FOLLOW BUTTON TO GET EVERY EPISODE WHEN THEY AIR ON TUESDAYS! SEASON 1 LETS GOOO. Follow us on socials for behind the scenes ratchetness, merch updates, bonus content and more... Insta: @getwreckedpodcast tiktok: @getwreckedpodcast -- Eric Insta: @ericmmyrick Koko Insta: @kourtneybellll…
 
Goodness, this is a weird one. But would you expect anything less from the FINAL EPISODE EVER?! The Parks and Rec crew reunite several years after the series finale, hosting a handful of Gryzzl one-on-one and conference calls. All of our favorites are here — Leslie and Ron have a couple of touching heart-to-hearts and Donna is looking exceptionally…
 
We’re recapping season 7! What were the best moments from the last season ever of Parks of Rec? Certainly wasn’t the Johnny Karate musical show, we’ll tell you that much. And who are the best bit characters from the Pawnee crew? We’re covering it all! Plus, Sean and Haleigh take a quiz naming popular workplace sitcom characters, we talk about sock …
 
We’re finishing up what we started last episode! We see the Parks and Rec crew doing their darnedest to satisfy one more Pawnee citizen before they scatter across the country and never (or at least rarely) see each other in the same room again. Meanwhile, we’re continuing to jump ahead to the future, from 2018 all the way to 2035. And there are lot…
 
Some of the crew is moving to Washington D.C. (and other places, as we’ll soon see), so Leslie is getting the gang together for one last ride. What started out as a presentation with song and dance turns into a final problem-solving adventure. Meanwhile, we’re jumping into the future! Will Craig and Typhoon end up together after all? What’s Donna u…
 
Mayor Gunderson has passed away, so the town needs to find a new mayor. That means Ben and April are on the job search for a suitable replacement. It’s a who’s who of Pawnee’s finest (and most ridiculous), and Garry is there to notarize whatever happens. But wait! This episode is called two funerals, so there must be another one — and Ron finds out…
 
With just a few episodes to go, we’re going to take a wild detour to Andy’s Johnny Karate kids show that doesn’t really advance the plot in any way. But, uh…it’s kind of silly occasionally, so…yay? Andy gets top billing by being a big ol’ goofball, while April is worried that she’s ruining the one thing he loves by moving to Washington, D.C. Ben ge…
 
Ben is running for Congress, and that means Leslie needs to make a pie. But, you know what? That’s pretty darn oppressive, so we bet Leslie and Ben can come up with a good plan to let folks know what’s what. Meanwhile, Ron, April, and Andy are on a treasure hunt for the ages to discover the whereabouts of a spare key Ron lent to April. Donna enjoys…
 
April no longer wants to work in the government, but she’s afraid to tell Leslie because, you know…it’s Leslie. She freaks out over a binder color change. We’ll see if April can pull this off — she deserves to be happy! And there are a ton of Senators in this episode — special shout out to Cory Booker and Orrin Hatch and their Polynesian folk band …
 
Donna and Joe are getting married! That means a lot of Meagles in one setting. It’s up to April to stop the drama that is sure to follow, which may include making Ginuwine cry. We also see Ron put his foot in his mouth in a rare case of being a spectacular buffoon around Tom and Lucy. Meanwhile, Leslie and Ben get drunk and commit to a pretty wild …
 
We survived the Texas winter storm! As a result, there’s no episode of Parks and Rec to watch. Instead, we’re offering a look at some of the most intense moments from Snowpocalypse, such as Haleigh collecting snow to use as toilet water and Sean losing heat and water and then having his car turn sideways while driving on icy roads. Joey also remini…
 
As Leslie and Ron are teaming up against Gryzzl, they learn Dennis Feinstein has bought JJ’s Diner. Uh-oh. Will they make a difference before Feinstein releases “The Hounds” on them? Meanwhile, Tom and Donna are enjoying Treat Yourself 2017 — in Beverly Hills! And it just might encourage Tom to finally ask out Lucy. Just go for it, you wimp! Plus, …
 
Gryzzl is using data mining to get inside people’s heads and provide them with all the information they would ever find useful. Huh, sounds vaguely familiar, doesn’t it? Anyway, this is a fantastic episode with just about every character showing their best characteristics. Leslie and Ben try to find a way to overtake Gryzzl, and they’re starting to…
 
The rest of the crew have locked Leslie and Ron up so maybe they’ll finally start getting along. We can only hope! As a result, this episode is largely Amy Poehler and Nick Offerman showcasing their great chemistry together. We ain’t too mad about that. We learn what Project Morningstar is, that’s kind of cool! Leslie and Ron also have many sappy m…
 
Leslie and Ron are each holding press conferences to promote their bids for land. Ron, Tom, and Donna have Anabel Porter from Bloosh, and Leslie has…a descendant of William Henry Harrison, ninth President of the United States. What a standoff! Meanwhile, Terry has become a notary—“No, Terry!”—and is delighting in every minute of it. Ben has to cont…
 
Leslie and Ron are still fighting with each other and trying to sway votes from council members. But perhaps they can put their differences aside for a few minutes to rescue Jamm from the clutches of Tammy 2? Meanwhile, Tom and Andy travel to Chicago, and Lucy makes another appearance. How fun. Donna and Terry drop by for about six seconds, and Apr…
 
A Parks and Rec star is the President of the United States! With Joe Biden officially being sworn into the White House (and Leslie Knope on track to win the presidency by 2024), we’re going over our favorite moments from the inauguration, including Amanda Gorman’s incredible speech, the fabulous Bernie Sanders memes, Garth Brooks hugging everyone, …
 
It’s a new season, and there’s new drama! We’re three years into the future (at least compared to last episode) and Leslie and Ron appear to be rivals now! I bet we’ll uncover why soon enough. Ben is being honored at a gala, though he still secretly thinks it’s a prank. Meanwhile, Andy and April are boring adults, Donna is engaged to Joe and has a …
 
Well, we’ve made it through Season 6 and basically 2020, so there’s lots of reflecting going on. We reminisce about the very first episode of Parks n Wrecked and how wildly unprofessional it was (as if we’ve gotten more professional, HA). And of course, we’re going over some of the key moments of Season 6 of Parks and Rec. Remember when Andy had a …
 
Welcome to the Unity Concert! We’ve finally made it and my, what a wonderful show. This Parks and Rec episode is chock full of guest appearances, like Ginuwine, Jeff Tweedy of Wilco, Kay Hanley of Letters to Cleo, The Decemberists, Jon Hamm, Johnny Karate, and a whole lot more. And we’re all partying at Tom’s Bistro after the show. Meanwhile, Lesli…
 
We’re at the last episode of Season 6, but as NBC did, we’re turning it into a two-parter. Leslie still isn’t sure if she’s going to take that job in Chicago, Ben gets to show off his Cones of Dunshire skills, and we meet Gryzzl, who most certainly will make another appearance in future episodes. Meanwhile, Tom’s Bistro just moved up its soft launc…
 
Leslie and Ben knew they were expecting a child, but THREE children?! What are the odds? (Probably one in 8,000, according to Dr. Saperstein.) They don’t want anyone to know until they’re ready to tell everyone, but that means Andy has to keep the couple’s secret. Meanwhile, Andy needs to play several Johnny Karate shows without spilling the beans,…
 
Leslie and Andy are on a quest to find a headliner for the Unity Concert. Their first choice? Bo Burnham, playing a big ol’ jerk face named Chipp McCapp. Luckily, they’re able to pivot to their second choice, Jeff Tweedy, the lead singer of the totally made up band Land Ho and the totally real band Wilco. Meanwhile, Ron babysits Ben, who is extreme…
 
Put on your corsages and boutonnières, y’all — we’re going to prom! Leslie and Ron are both trying to direct a youth of Pawnee to their preferred career paths, with predictably uncomfortable results. Meanwhile, April and Andy head to the prom despite April’s protests (don’t worry, ma’am, Andy will have her back by 11) and Ben and Tom are both DJing…
 
Surprise, surprise, Leslie is annoying. She really hasn't had a good stretch of episodes, has she? Anyway, she tries to replace Ann by ranking the rest of her friends. That’ll turn out great. Meanwhile, Ben and Tom are trying to pick up some tents but Rob Huebel is getting in the way! And Andy joins Ron for a trip out of the town and is as dumb as …
 
Leslie wants to introduce a new slogan for the merger of Pawnee and Eagleton, yet those wacky citizens are voting for joke answers. Meanwhile, Donna and April are helping Tom find a location for his Tom’s Bistro idea, yet they keep stumbling upon terrible places. And Andy learns a secret about Ron Swanson. Plus, Sean is drunk and playing Street Fig…
 
Leslie tries to tear down a wall between Pawnee and Eagleton, only to unleash a swarm of bees that somehow only stings Eagletonians. And Jamm. There’s a lot of fighting going on in this episode, which may or may not inspire Sean’s top five. Meanwhile, the Unity Concert is starting to come together! Tom and Ben team up to pitch an angel investor on …
 
Leslie and Ben are celebrating their anniversary, but Leslie’s too busy trying to manage a spat between Pawnee and Eagleton. That means Larry is the lucky recipient of all of Ben’s thoughtful gifts, including a couples massage, a horse-drawn carriage, and ballroom dancing lessons. Meanwhile, April leaves a mean message about Donna on Yelp, Ron take…
 
We’re saying goodbye to Chris and Ann, and Sean could not be more distraught (mainly about Ann, he’s fine with Chris’s departure). The characters on Parks and Rec are all saying their respective goodbyes — Chris is proud of April, Donna grabs Chris’s butt, and Leslie puts on a party with all the normal and wacky holidays Ann and crew have celebrate…
 
Hope you’re not too chard-headed this episode because we’re going to the farmers market! There’s an UNCOMFORTABLE amount of chard, including in shot form. Leslie and Ben are in the midst of a government spat with each other, all of Ron’s music is in a rectangle, and Donna and Tom host a whine and cheese club. Peas be kind to others, y’all. Meanwhil…
 
Leslie is in extra annoying mode this episode, because she realizes she’s designed a well-oiled machine of an office that can operate just fine without her. Ben attempts to prank half the office and the police get involved. You can imagine how Ben gets, since he becomes more incoherent than Dawn Lazarus whenever law enforcement comes around. Meanwh…
 
It’s Leslie’s last day in the city council office! She’s saying her goodbyes — will there be one last shenanigan before she heads out? Probably. It IS Parks and Rec, after all. Meanwhile, Tom is trying to find his next big investment deal and runs a mini Shark Tank experience for people to share their great ideas. And Ann and Chris debate whether t…
 
Introducing…the Cones of Dunshire! Leslie also uses the insult “dinkhead,” which is a new one to all of us. She’s trying to win her last battle against Councilman Jamm, and it includes a hibachi grill, karaoke, and plenty of shenanigans. We wouldn't expect anything less. Meanwhile, Ron is trying to sell his cabin, and Tom, Donna, and April are all …
 
Leslie has already been recalled, so it’s time for her to be a loose cannon! This is one of our “Pawneeans are pretty darn dumb” episodes, so hope you’re ready for some stupidity. A full hour of stupidity! Sadly, Ben ends up out of a job by the end of this episode, and it’s all Leslie’s fault. They also seem to forget she still has a job within the…
 
Leslie Knope is up for a recall vote! Will she make it out the other side? Let’s find out! It’s also Halloween, despite this episode airing in mid-November. But we don’t need to pay attention to minor details like that. Meanwhile, Annabel Porter, Pawnee’s version of Gwyneth Paltrow, stops by to share some hot tips and recruit Ron Swanson for her Bl…
 
We’re dressing up and celebrating like it’s the 1990s! Well, everyone except April, who thinks we’re in the 1690s. Unfortunately, Leslie has to break away from the festivities so she can filibuster in the midst of city council. Wendy Davis would be proud. Meanwhile, Ron is trying desperately to conquer the Big Buck Hunter video game, much to the de…
 
Sean STRONGLY dislikes this episode, and he really ain’t wrong. Donna accidentally tweets out something personal from the Parks and Rec Department’s Twitter account, and faces the wrath of big government. Plus Leslie learns something surprising about her one of her prized employees. Meanwhile, Ben and Ron have the best moments of the episode trying…
 
We’re celebrating 100 episodes of Parks n Wrecked with perhaps our most foolish idea yet — inviting friends on the podcast to answer trivia questions about us. Really, it’s just a humblebrag to prove we have friends. You’ll learn things like Haleigh’s favorite Girl Scout Cookie flavor, the name and breed of Joey’s first pet, and Sean’s most popular…
 
There are so many guest stars in this episode! June Diane Raphael, Sam Elliott, Billy Eichner, Melinda Cohen, and a handful of other folks join the Pawnee crew after the town absorbs Eagleton, but will they all survive until the end of the episode? Magic 8 Ball says all signs point to no. Meanwhile, Ben and Chris are trimming the fat of the Eagleto…
 
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