December 7, 2010
EP. 1 — Glitter in the Garbage
Welcome darlings to the first ever episode of Glitter in the Garbage with Drew Droege. This is your spot online for old school Hollywood glamour and pop culture rejects! In this first episode, Drew explores ABC’s “The Middle” and it’s disgusting lead Patricia Heaton before having on some of his famous friends. Karen Black, Glenn Close, and Margot Kidder all chat in “The Actor’s Little Corner” about their careers, ageism in Hollywood, and elephant dentures. Ariana Huffington tries out a bit of stand-up for Drew, and Heidi Klum tells us about her upcoming musical career and how she stays so fit. To keep the class up, Maya Angelou comes by with a beautiful poem about the glorious wintertime. Thanks for stopping by, and come back soon!
December 8, 2011
EP. 53 — Holiday Party!
Guest Marc Andreyko Jordan Black Ron Morehouse Sam Pancake Colleen Smith
Glitter in the Garbage has been a year long bash, but before we go to the after party let’s load up on drinks, grab a bunch of crazy assholes, invite all our friends and have the podcast equivalent of fireworks at midnight! Drew, Sam, Jordan, Colleen, Marc, and Ron pull out all the stops so that you’ll have a Glitter in the Garbage hangover that’ll last through the new year. Thank you all for listening!
December 1, 2011
EP. 52 — Signature Cocktails
Guest Fortune Feimster Ryan Gaul
Glitter in the Garbage might be approaching a break, but we’re going full speed ahead! Ladies of the 90s, awkward gift exchanges, bad parenting, bad commercials, bad food, everything Drew, Ryan, and Fortune love! Savor it like a delicious last-minute Thanksgiving dessert!
November 23, 2011
EP. 51 — Happy Thanksgiving
Guest J.P. Karliak Molly Prather
Looking for something to do this Thanksgiving? Drew, Molly, and J.P. have some ideas! You could watch the parade, as corporate and mainstream as that is. You could meet up with some of your old friends from junior high, but that could get depressing fast. What about a good mushroom trip with retirees? That sounded much better in my head. Well, if you want to avoid awful TSA agents and awkward family encounters, just hang out at home and listen to Glitter in the Garbage!