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“The idea is that you’re in a grocery store, you’re looking at the tabloids, you’re looking at the covers, and you’re saying, ‘Who are these people? I’ve never heard of any of them’—those are Whos,” says Lindsey Weber, co-host and co-creator of Who? Weekly, Apple Podcasts’ Spotlight show for July 2022. “And, the Thems are kind of the opposite: the Brad Pitts of the world, the kind of prominent A-listers that everyone knows who they are,” adds Bobby Finger. “So, people that make you say, ‘Who?’ and people that make you say, ‘Oh, them.’” This is the driving concept behind a podcast that, like so many good ideas, started life as an inside joke between friends and found success because of that palpable chemistry. “We're really trying to mimic the calls you have with your friends talking about the gossip,” says Weber. “It's just two friends on the phone, quite literally, talking about celebrity gossip.” Weber and Finger first met on the internet, in the golden age of Tumblr, brought togethe... more

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Today on Who? Weekly, Josh Duhamel arrives at LAX airport to catch a flight out of town, Sherri Shepherd takes a Hertz truck to New York, Yung Gravy hits on Addison Rae's mother, and Jason Oppenheim starts dating someone named Marie-Lou Nurk?Call 619... more

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On today's episode of Who's There, our weekly call-in show, we discuss the unusual new friendship between Kaley Cuoco and Bill Nighy before playing so, so, so many of your calls. First up, you'll hear two of maybe 50 calls we received about why a pre... more

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Proud and Horny of today's brand new episode of Who? Weekly. Why? Well, there's some good stuff: a "cold war" (not that one) between Mrs. Beckham and The New Mrs. Beckham, a blasphemous bikini worn by Addison Rae, two memoirs(!) written by nostalgic ... more

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Reviews

4.9 out of 5 stars from 4.8k ratings
  • First time, medium time

    I started listening this past Spring and am now deep into the back catalogue of Who? Weekly (currently in Summer 2018). I cackle listening to this and my favorite thing is finding out the origin of sign-offs in old episodes. I just heard how Tim Tebow Lesbian came to be. Love this show and love Lindsey, Bobby and Timmy. I also love Bobby’s pronunciations of German last names. Grateful for Sharna!

    Apple Podcasts
    5
    RMHinLA
    United States2 months ago
  • Toni rankings

    Wild that Lindsay ranks Braxton above Soprano and working actor Collette. Wild. Performative. 1995 lens bias. Plain wrong.

    Apple Podcasts
    5
    TegwanLC
    Australia2 months ago
  • Just the best

    Crunch crunch

    Apple Podcasts
    5
    hhf5340
    United States2 months ago
  • Absolutely absurd and hilarious!!

    If you love ppl seriously analyzing ridiculous celebs, definitely listen. It’s one of 2 podcasts I actually regularly listen to (I even went back and listened to old episodes like a maniac). Makes me laugh all the time

    Apple Podcasts
    5
    3655$
    United States2 months ago
  • I bet they only read 1-star reviews

    I just have a feeling they find the bad reviews a HOOT. They are so great. I like their kindness.

    Apple Podcasts
    5
    KCOinBrooklyn
    United States2 months ago

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