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This week, an 80's horror-family-classic informs the weight-loss population of the entire planet.

Madge and Dave discuss Beyonce, The Today Show, Charlie Brown, Star Wars, The Bachelor’s one armed girl, Barbara Walters, Manti Teo, Top Gun and J.J. Abrams. Plus, pronouncing Oscar nominee’s names, Ben Affleck Got Robbed and another edition of Pop Culture Quiz. Also, Shazam, buffets, old talk show hosts and I Don’t Get Marc Anthony. Oh, and Madge remembers the three rules of Gremlins. (Week of January 21, 2012)

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From Subway's rotten guacamole to Dairy Queen's inability to make a chocolate-covered cone...food service gets served.

Madge and Dave discuss bad food memories and experiences. (Originally from the week of December 27, 2010)

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When an icon like Diff'rent Strokes patriarch Conrad Bain passes away, the pop culture machine must take a moment to recognize...

Madge and Dave discuss the podcast love, Diff’rent Strokes, Lance Armstrong, Megan Fox, Julia Stiles, Jodie Foster, American Idol and Howard Stern. Plus, finding heads at the airport, New Feature Midget in a Backpack, I Don’t Get Sandra Oh, and we still can’t get through Lincoln. Also, people who get sayings wrong, don’t use bathroom soap and the infestation of candles. Oh, and Madge channels Miss Piggy. (Week of January 14, 2012)

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Detectives of Law & Order, step aside. Madge & Dave drive with purpose.

Madge and Dave discuss how they battled a drug-crazed fugitive. (Originally from the week of January 10, 2011)

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Sushi chefs yell, and people listen. And yet nobody on the face of the Earth knows what they're saying. Until now.

Madge and Dave discuss Monica Potter’s Patrick Stewart bald cap, Charlie Sheen, Megan Fox, the People’s Choice Awards, Golden Globes and Oscars. Also, Incontinence or Blank, The Boring-est and new feature Ben Affleck Got Robbed. Plus, nudity on TV, I Don’t Get Whoopi Goldberg, bullshit shirts and crazy people who think you’re friends because you drive the same car. Oh, and Dave speaks sushi. (Week of January 7, 2012)

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