Frotcast 320: La La Land, Meryl Streep, And Lacrosse Names, With Jane Harrison

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The Frotcast rings in 2017 with a spirited breakdown of Donald Trump and urine-gate, Meryl Streep’s sports-dissing Golden Globe speech, Dan Nainan the 52-year-old millennial comedian, the year’s best lacrosse names, La La Land, and of course, the Royalty Freestyle. Comedian Jane Harrison guests, joining Matt Lieb from Viceland/AJ+/The Star Wars Show, FilmDrunk’s Vince Mancini (me!), and Frotcast co-star Brendan. Laugh hard, Frot on.

This Week’s #Content

Intro – The unavoidable jokes about Donald Trump and urine-gate.
7:54 – Jane takes ecstasy. “Did you guys know bass drops are fun?”
11:30 – The 2017 all-name team names all the best lacrosse teams, one of our favorite times of the year.
20:15 – The year’s first character, “Joseph Joseph,” the white black comedian with a catchphrase.
39:15 – Breaking down Meryl Streep’s Golden Globe speech (or ripping on it, mostly)
48:10 – The Hollywood Reporter’s awesomely painful interview with Jerry Lewis
1:17:20 – La La Land, awards season, and the La La Land backlash.
1:00:00 – A lengthy digression into Dan Nainan
1:40:00 – The Royalty Freestyle begins with “Trash Baby”
1:45:00 – A Royalty Freestyle for Rich M, “Black Horse Running Through A Field”
1:49:00 – Royalty Freestyle for Ryan T, “Belltower”

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Vince Mancini is a writer, comedian, and podcaster. A graduate of Columbia’s non-fiction MFA program, his work has appeared on FilmDrunk, the UPROXX network, the Portland Mercury, the East Bay Express, and all over his mom’s refrigerator.

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