Join Luke Westaway and Andy Farrant as they talk about cinema's greatest achievement: Disney Channel Original Movies. From X-TREME rollerblading, to Mermen, to homicidal smart homes, there's something for everyone in these brilliant, baffling films. Also, usually the mom character in the film is unable to cook, and this is considered richly comic. Hence the name.
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I absolutely adore this podcast. A friend of mine introduced it to me and we’ve been listening and discussing it ever since the first few episodes. Andy and Luke are effortlessly hilarious and so many of their phrases and quips have become part of our regular vocabulary. This has quickly become one of my go to comfort podcasts and I would recommend it to anyone looking for a fun listen. Thank you Andy and Luke for such a wonderful podcast, we always appreciate your takes on this classic movies.
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I was introduced to this podcast by my sister and have not looked back - the reviews are so funny and the podcast is just so easy and fun to listen to. Some very nostalgic throwbacks in the episodes, and also being a UK resident it’s nice to get the references a little more 😂 more
This is such an incredible nostalgia trip and worth every minute. I came to it from OXbox, OXtra, and Oxventure and can’t recommend it highly enough.
I’d basically listen to Luke and Andy read the phonebook but thankfully I don’t have to. I can listen to them discussing wild Disney Channel Original Movies in a way that routinely makes me laugh so hard i have trouble breathing.
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Mom Can't Cook! A DCOM Podcast launched 2 years ago and published 43 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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