Despite his tiny, fleeting epiphanies, host Drew Droege has no idea what his morally bankrupt friends are going to tell him. Painful tales of forbidden desire, embarrassing stupidity, and downright garbage are spun together in search of a larger truth. Lower your expectations.
Here's the Latest Episode from Minor Revelations with Drew Droege:
This week, we're cracking out our own celebrity scandals and naming names! Hollywood may never be safe again.
This week, we reminisce about horrible teachers, creepy classmates, weird plays that we created, and literally going back to school. And yes, we give Rodney Dangerfield and Sally Kellerman shoutouts, of course.
We're sliding down a super nerdy actor wormhole this week, as we reveal our gaps in formal training that we've replaced with wigs and "energy".
Believe it or not, we're talking football! But rest assured there's plenty of chatter about Cujo, acid, karma, blankets, and Sarah Jessica Parker too.
This week, we are inundated with too much noise, too many smells, too much craziness. And it's partly Gene Wilder's fault.
We were all brats who consumed too many sweets, had filthy tongues, and terrorized our elders. But at least we don't describe ourselves as "woke".
This week, we are triggered and empowered and ready to own it all. Plus we play a surprise game where we find our spirit animals!
This week, we chat a little about movies and a lot about sex!! Tune in for filth!
This week, we learn about per diems and rural Australia and yes of course Hayley Mills is involved.
Trust your gut and buy that raffle ticket. Don't trust your kids when they immediately need art supplies. And maybe that sweet summer rose you crave is actually a trashy white zin!
Our parents have embarrassed us at dinner theaters. We believe in aliens. We need to relax and slow down and listen and love and be okay.
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Sometimes you meet an incredible stranger. Or you're surprised to find yourself at an all-boys school. Sometimes we should all behave like misbehaving Muppets.
The hosts of "Gone Riffin'" are here this week to riff with Drew about terrorizing our aunts, confusing our families, learning from failures, and just being okay not knowing what to do next.
Drew welcomes two of his favorite party artisans to chat about etiquette, filth, and the childhoods that led us all to the dance floor.
Being left alone with our thoughts is terrifying, cathartic, rare, and necessary. Also, children are equally inspiring and the worst.
Everyone on today's show just loves those sweet salty savory adult booze drinks. Sometimes we find ourselves wandering the streets looking for back rubs and three-ways. And sometimes alcohol just helps us say yes to life!
We are all in the middle of a huge shift. We must accept the past, embrace the current chaos, and welcome our future selves. Also, Turds On Tuesday! Details inside!
We tell lies with good intentions, but then we feel guilty. We live our truths without abandon, but then we feel guilty. So I guess we just need to get comfortable being uncomfortable.
What if you had the chance to be a respected yet tortured mime? What if losing your virginity was a cruel hoax? Find out this week on a very mysterious episode!
Actors want to be funny, comedians want to be actors, everyone’s a writer, Tom hates New York, and we all love Kathryn Hahn!
Hi! We’re Shaughn, Julanne, and Drew- feel free to mispronounce our names or simply call us something else. We’ve spent our lives navigating this straight white male world, so we’re good!
Spring is here, transporting us back to simpler times with the comforting smells of bookstores, libraries, and … wait, Wendi, WHAT happened to you??? Hey world -- learn how to be!!! Mitch Silpa and Wendi McLendon-Covey guest!
Hey kids! Trust your gut! Most adults ARE horrible and wrong! Especially teachers that wear too much make-up and directors that hang out in fast food parking lots casting amateur fight porn. Lauren Lapkus and Matt Baume guest.
What’s the grossest, thirstiest query to ask an actor in the springtime? Tom Lenk will happily inform you, making you want to go out into the desert to do yoga with Chloe Fineman’s deliciously odd aunts!
Flat tires! The IRS! Grandparents! Baby and relationship woes! Napkins! It’s high drama for Drew and his guests Kate and Paul. Hear them dish the soap!
This week, Drew has a skirmish at a terrible Burbank bistro, Andrew Carter tells us about a drunken scuffle from years ago, and Jordan Firstman battles his own envy of talented children. Ding Ding!
Molly Prather and Tamika Simpkins are bringing their biggest, boldest, most supportive laughter everywhere they go, while also telling that little evil voice inside to "shut up and sit in your corner!"
Put on your largest hat and longest gloves, because our guests Tim McKernan and Jeffery Self are taking us to church! Praise!
Why do men feel a need to help/protect/teach women? When is it appropriate and appreciated, and when is it straight-up institutionalized misogyny? Julian McCullough and Gina Torrecilla join us this week to discuss! Oh, and Drew demands more from gay Hollywood!
Freddy Krueger! Bearded ladies! Straight boys in gay bars! Matt Braunger and Leslie-Anne Huff join us this week to reveal their beautiful demons.
Courtney and Corey join Drew this week to talk about the ridiculousness of musicals, cartoons, and anything beyond the boundaries of cold hard reality. Except ghosts - Ghosts are fantastic.
American darlings Dave Holmes and Karen Kilgariff join Drew to feverishly dish movies, music, and the power of saying "I don't know".
Fortune reveals the truly beautiful story behind her name, Ian admits he used to be a terrible problem child, and Drew does not love Lucy.
Drew has just turned 40. And with much joy and gratitude. The world is falling apart, but he feels lucky that he gets to live and laugh with guests like Guy and Georgia. It gets better indeed.
Guy Branum and Georgia Hardstark guest.
Always question a lone plate of cookies. Remember that family isn’t always blood. And never forget that it’s all just a movie.
Steve Agee and Alec Mapa guest.
It’s Inauguration Day, and we’re scared of a lot of things. Now is a crucial time for creation and community and change. We’re back and we’re going deep! Matt Dwyer and Baron Vaughn join us.
Jordan Black and Johnny Pemberton live fast, run from the law, tat their bodies, and laugh though all of it. We love bad boys.
Our guests Anne Lane and Joseph Scrimshaw have had lots of banshees...
This week's guests, Marc Andreyko and Melissa Stephens, chat about drugs and therapy and the beauty of quietly just being okay with who we are. So... Drugs.
Right now, we need to laugh. We need to connect. We need to be true. Our guests Calpernia Addams and Jimmy Fowlie talk about their first needs and the crazy repercussions that followed. Trust us, this one ends with a WOLLOP.
After junior high school and behind locked doors, burgeoning teen dreams Nathan Adloff and H Michael Croner loved their dolls - a lot. Enjoy our toy stories!
Lyric and John share tales of liquids inside and out that betray them at the worst times. Also, when you're a kid, it's cute to get prepaid phones each week. When you're an adult, it's not cute to car-surf.
Brian Jordan Alvarez and Holly Mandel join us this week to unveil the hidden pleasures of singledom, Adderall, and making ghastly mistakes in our youth that can maybe eventually one day propel us into the fireworks we were meant to be. Of course, we're still waiting for that moment.
Drew and his guests, Erin McGathy and Pete Zias, were strange kids who dreamed of leading rich decadent lives as adults. In the meantime, they dealt with being different by wearing costumes, breaking into houses, prank-calling, and battling their teachers. Revolt!
National darlings Stephanie Courtney and Sam Pancake tell stories about shapeless tuxedos and oppressive band uniforms that oppressed and restricted them to the brink of fire. Ghosts, candies, and giggling women beware!
This episode was recorded a week after the tragedy in Orlando on June 12, 2016, so we were all feeling a bit raw. Luckily Jackie Beat and Edi Patterson could share ribald childhood tales of rotten paper routes and raunchy games in the dark to lift us up and bring us all together.
Host Drew Droege reveals his scandalous obsession with friends of the Devil, while guests Deven Green and Bryan Safi admit to participating in lurid skin games.