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Mitch shares his New Year’s resolutions and tries not to come off as condescending or arrogant. Spoiler alert: Nick Jonas makes a cameo.
It’s a GMODT Christmas miracle! Or that’s what my Lax All Stars editors said when I actually showed up for work today. Christmas is right around the corner and I’ve opened up my sack-o-goodies to give you a little dose of holiday cheer. We’ll start with a Micheal Keaton abomination and end with a new GMODT tradition.
Sunday night used to be a cornucopia of TV riches for Mitch but now he’s left grasping at any HBO movie that catches his eye. Enter Liam Neeson kicking Eurotrash ass.
Seeing that I’m strangely fascinated with the end of this decade, I’m really enjoying all of the lists and essays that are springing up online. All of them trying to explain this cra-zay past ten years.
After coming in and out of consciousness all weekend from a tryptophan induced coma, I’m back today to throw some stuff at this digital wall and see what sticks. Having said that…here is your regular Monday dose of GMODT!
Today I’m proud to say I’m stealing a page from Oprah’s play book. Even though Oprah is about to go on a year and a half long goodbye tour, it’s never too early to pay tribute.
As the resident king of all media, I have to say that if you’re not watching the current season of Curb Your Enthusiasm, either you A) don’t have HBO or B)… actually there is no “b” because you don’t have any excuses left. It’s arguably the funniest show on television right now.
Is the world ready for another supergroup? In this Monday’s edition, Mitch dives into the just released album from Them Crooked Vultures.
It’s early November, Fall is in the air, and… Jim Carrey’s “A Christmas Carol” is in movie theaters? If you too are troubled by society’s decision to ostracize Thanksgiving and warmly embrace the holiday season in mid-October, then boy do we have a podcast for you.
Back again with some personal YouTube favorites! Today we have everything from a hypnotic montage of David Caruso taking off his sunglasses to Air Jordan getting schooled at his own camp.
Switching things up from music once again- in this Monday’s edition we dive into my YouTube “favorites” list. The sheer amount of videos posted on YouTube is still mind-boggling to me, as is the fact that virtually any media I’ve experienced in my 23 years is on there in some form or another.
Mitch brings you a recently released album that’s sure to impress. Neon Indian is a tribute to cassette decks, VHS, and lo-fi sound. Prepare for nostalgia overload.
The leaves are changing and new music is dropping. Mitch has something for everyone in this weeks musical adventure.
Just when you think you have Mitch pegged in he breaks out of his self imposed musical box. This isn’t just another Music Monday. There will be no tuneage. Instead, we’re kicking off October with some failure piles in a sadness bowl. Welcome to Comedy Monday.
For this week’s Music Monday your host takes you way back to 1965. Vietnam was intensifying, Los Angeles was on fire, and this new fangled contraption called the skate board was the latest craze. Oh, and 4 lads from England were taking the world by storm.
This week Mitch has an exciting…(Kayne storms LAS HQ)… Kayne: “Wait, wait Imma let you finish but last weeks GMODT was the greatest post of all time!”
SI has “Monday Morning QB” with Peter King but LAS has Music Mondays with GMODT. One talks non stop about Starbucks and the other can’t get enough old school hip hop. Which is better? You decide.
The only thing better than a long holiday weekend is new music and today we bring you just that. Sit down, make yourself comfortable and welcome to a special Tuesday edition of Get Mitch Or Die Trying with new music from Kid Cudi and Jay-Z.
Our resident professor of Musicology, Mitch McShane, is holding court in another edition of “GMODT’s Music Monday”. Open your textbooks because today we’re studying Radiohead 101.