Hayes Davenport

Hayes Davenport struggles to even get out of bed in the morning. He doesn’t see the point in living another day when nothing anyone does really means anything. He’s written for Allen Gregory and Eastbound & Down, but who cares, right? It doesn’t matter. He hosts the reality SHOW show Tuesdays on Earwolf. He’ll see you around, or he won’t. Whatever.

Guest Appearances

October 22, 2023

Hayes Davenport (Hollywood Handbook) joins Paul, June, and Jason LIVE from the Now Hear This Festival in Anaheim, CA to try to comprehend what’s happening in the 1988 Nicolas Cage film Vampire’s Kiss.

May 14, 2023

Sean Clements and Hayes Davenport of Hollywood Handbook join Scott to talk about the big guest for their 500th episode of their podcast, a pitch for a new movie podcast for CBB World, and Star Trek.

September 29, 2022

This week, Dr. Deep (Lily Sullivan) speaks with Jake (Hayes Davenport) and John (Sean Clements), two co-workers in the granola business who have decided to take a big step in their relationship, but are getting caught up in money, dating, and legal issues.

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February 14, 2021

Hayes Davenport joins Nick and Heather to talk about Day of the Tentacle! They talk about Hayes’ love of adventure games, how faithful the remaster is, the obtuse puzzles and more!

February 26, 2020

Join Paul, Amy and special guest Hayes Davenport (Hollywood Handbook, Flagrant Ones) for this discussion about LA and apocalyptic films, with a special focus on the 1984 cult classic Repo Man! Learn about the strange history of LA urban planning initiatives, the inspiration for Repo Man’s generic products, and a great party fact about “Ralphs.” This episode was recorded live from Alamo Drafthouse in Los Angeles.

December 24, 2019

Merry Christmas from Andrew, Tawny and the rest of us here at Yo! Andrew and Producer Zig talk LA politics with everyone’s favorite Hayes Davenport and then answer listener questions about how and when to argue with POC when they’re wrong, the use of old-timey racist words and whether or not white people are allowed to enjoy soup. We hope your Holidays aren’t too racist, but if they are: (323) 389-RACE.