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There You Are

By Alex Briggs and Dan Sai

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Description

Listen to Alex and Dan be friends and maybe talk a little bit about Yul Brynner.

Customer Reviews

Two Bros Talking About Stuff

This podcast. What to say about this podcast.
It's the podcast of a couple of bros who have listened to every podcast and seen every Hollywood movie that has ever existed for some reason. Also they like a lot of music from the 80s and ESPECIALLY the 90s. They are very self-aware of the various pseudo-cultural stereotypes/epithets they embody. So that's fun.
They have different attitudes on being single straight men, and that sometimes leads to hilarity. They are both really funny, on the podcast and on Twitter.

To cop something that previous reviewer 'lloydsoldout' mentioned — this podcast is somewhat emblematic of a certain breed of Gen Y self-aware pop culture nerdism. It's every bit as charming Jalex believes it to be. I mean Alex.

For the full "THERE YOU ARE" experience, I highly recommend knowing both of the dudes involved, first on the internet and then in real life, and then being mentioned on the show sometimes in passing. I am sorry if this tears down the fourth wall of podcast reviewing, or something, but I just had to spit out some full disclosure.

This is the paragraph for "constructive criticism." Dan and Alex talk about a lot of 90s/00s action movies that I haven't seen, because I pride myself on only consuming good media (like this podcast!). They're really funny when they talk about it because even if you don't get the references to the dumb movies or bands they're talking about, or whatever, you can still sort of appreciate it on sort of a meta level — like "oh man, their internet friendship is so pure". That part is definitely great. So don't worry if you turn it on and they're all "KEVIN BACON" because if you listen to it for a while you won't care that they're talking about something like that because they are charming enough to cut through the (Bacon) fat (ha).

Download it, y'all! What are you waiting for?

Superfuntimes.

Here are some reasons why this podcast is SOOO GOOOD.
1. Two cool dudes, just talkin' 'bout whatever.
2. Sometimes, Dan gets uncomfortable when Alex talks about special times with special ladies.
3. Sometimes, Alex brags about how handsome and charming he is, and you'll be like, "this guy can't really be that handsome and charming," but then another part of you will be like, "man, this guy must be so handsome and charming!"
4. Probably Dan is so handsome/so charming, also, but he doesn't brag about it like some people we know.
5. LOTS O' LAFFS!

Recommended if you like things that are entertaining, 'aving a laugh, culture wars between Michigan and Massachusetts, dudes nerding out over other dudes and stuff, men who are comfortable discussing their emotions, beard talk, bundt talk, butt talk, and superfuntimes. Etc.

Just two funny dudes shooting the breeze.

I find Dan and Alex highly relatable. They're the guys I knew in high school and college.

Also, they have a great chemistry, and complement each other well.

I recommend the show.

There You Are
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  • Category: Comedy
  • Language: English

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