WDYM #023: My Relationship Is Going Great

Comedian and innovator Dave Green (Dave Green’s Street View Show) comes on to discuss Halsey and G-Eazy’s “Him And I”. Though it is grammatically incorrect, this crazy tune really does transport him and Whitney from their “slower part of the world” (London) to a really intense Bonnie and Clyde adventure (who knows where).

WDYM #022: The SpiceBergs

Comedienne (and Magicienne) Caroline Mabey might be confused by Little Mix and Stormzy’s “Power” vacuum, but that doesn’t mean she and Whitney won’t have some amazing words to say about it. For following: @carolinemabey on twitter, @whitneywolanin on all the things, and @whatdoyoumeanpodcast (insta) & @wdympod (twitter).

WDYM #019: I’m A Loggins Man, Myself

Optimist, comedian, and actor Chris Cope (Grey’s Anatomy, Tosh.0, Jimmy Kimmel) joins to translate “Despacito” by Luis Fonsi, Daddy Yankee, and Canada’s most disappointing export. After we recorded this, it was nominated for Song, Record, and Pop Duo of the Year at the Grammy’s, which proves no one has read these lyrics.

WDYM #018: A Magical Alley Mouse

Actor, comedian, and all-around great guy Grant Collins (iO, The Annoyance, Second City) helps shine some light on the the fairly dark lyrics of “1-800-273-8255” by Logic, Alessia Cara, and Khalid. On a serious note, if you ever feel like you need some help, call 1-800-273-TALK. You can also check out and support AFSP, SPRC, The Trevor Project, and stopasuicide.org. Follow us at: @whitneywolanin @whatdoyoumeanpodcast @jgrantcollins.

WDYM #015: There’s Homophones, Homonyms, and Homographs

Pun aficionado and Best-All-Around-In-College Matthew Broussard (Conan, Comedy Central, Mondaypunday.com) does not believe that Louis Tomlinson is “Just Like You”, America. Hop onboard the longest-episode-yet train, and let’s discuss platitudes, astrology, and whether celebrities are, in fact, just like us!