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  • 00:54

    #13 - Can Married Couples Work Together Without Getting A Divorce?

    in Family

    We marry our other half because we clearly like them. But is it even possible to function professionally when they are right there? Jess & Meredith have both tried and failed at working in the same space as their husbands so they decided to ask a married couple how the hell they do it. Power writing duo & newlyweds, Jon DeWalt and Allison Bosma, from NBC’s "Undateable" tell us where they draw the line about work when it’s quitting time. It’s not always glamorous, and to Jess’ disappointment, rarely, if ever, involved wrestling it out in a kiddie pool of green jell-o. Jon & Allison bring the laughs, the realness, and the level of spousal sweetness that makes you swoon and throw up a little in your mouth when it comes to the idea of when they have babies. Yeah. We went there. Listen now to this week’s episode of Meltdown Moms presented by Meltdown Comics! 


     


    Produced by Mason Booker and Adam Silverstein.


    Engineered by Mason Booker


    Theme music by Brian Bulman


    Logo design by Emily Wagner, EMILYWAGNERSTUDIO.com

  • 00:54

    #12 - Are Women Funnier Than Men?

    in Family

    Tina Fey says it’s never been a worse time for women in comedy. Amy Schumer might beg to differ. Both Meredith and Jess have spent ample time in their careers hearing people (men people) say, “You’re funny, for a girl. So this week Jess and Meredith welcome two of the hilarious women who help make the sitcom “Two Broke Girls” hilarious. Liz Astrof and Michelle Nader spill the beans on why it’s hard to find funny female writers, which famous funny lady tried to put Liz on a Scientology diet, and why it’s always better to work for a woman. So if there’s any question if your mind if women are funny, Liz and Michelle will have you doubled over wondering, “Who is that sitcom star who ate dinner at Ralph’s?” We know. Do you? Go on, listen up the this hilarious episode of Meltdown Moms presented by Meltdown Comics!


    Produced by Mason Booker and Adam Silverstein.


    Engineered by Mason Booker


    Theme music by Brian Bulman


    Logo design by Emily Wagner, EMILYWAGNERSTUDIO.com

  • 00:40

    #09 - What’s The Big Deal About Pre-School?

    in Family

    Studies show that kids who go to pre-school end up to be more educated adults who are less likely to commit a crime. So is that way parents seem to be so panicked about pre-school? If you thought college was hard to get into, try to get your fetus on the waiting list for the perfect pre-school. It’s nearly impossible. And forget about just sending your kid to any old pre-school, there’s teaching philosophies and teacher student ratios to consider as well. Ugh! No wonder why parents seem so nuts about pre-school. This week Meredith and April are sharing their own pre-school stories with special guest writer, Sarah Tucker, whose got a doozy of pre-school story you won’t want to miss. And they’re chatting about that Silverlake pre-school, you know the one, where shit went down.The good, the bad, and the crazy about pre-school, right here on the latest episode of Meltdown Moms presented by Meltdown Comics!

    Produced by Mason Booker and Adam Silverstein.
    Engineered by Mason Booker
    Theme music by Brian Bulman
    Logo design by Emily Wagner, EMILYWAGNERSTUDIO.com

    #meltdown #meltdownmoms #meredithgordon #preschool #aprilpeveteaux #badsandy #glutenismybitch #sarahtucker #meltdowncomics #podcast #episode09

  • 00:33

    Morning MeltDown Mix With DJ Southern Soul

    in Radio

    Cx Campus Live, Tija Brown, Know as DJ Southern Soul Love Cooking up mixtaps shows in the kitchen, so let listening in and find out what she meltdown today. 

  • 00:47

    #010 - Playdate Confesions!

    in Family

    There’s two kinds of parents: those who like playdates, and everyone else. The truth is, playdates are a modern day parenting ritual that aren’t actually that fun. That’s because playdates area breeding ground for kid conflict, mom boredom, and everyone leaving in tears. If you thought you were the only parent who has playdate anxiety, you’re not. Turns out Meredith and April have a lot to say about playdates. This week on the show, they’ll be sharing their own playdate confessions and their hilarious tales of playdate survival. So go listen to this incredible episode of Meltdown Moms presented by Meltdown Comics!

    Produced by Mason Booker and Adam Silverstein.
    Engineered by Mason Booker
    Theme music by Brian Bulman
    Logo design by Emily Wagner, EMILYWAGNERSTUDIO.com

    #meltdownmoms #podcast #badsandy #aprilpeveteaux #meredithgordon #glutenismybitch # playdate #children # Meltdowncomics

  • 01:35

    By Request…Tears From The Empire - Global Meltdown Underway

    in Current Events

    This show was in demand by a slate of requests so we brought it back for yah: *A must Listen* - This show is more of an educated warning about the fall of America and the global meltdown ,which is now well underway, than it is about religion. We are trying to warn the people who are in most need of an educated awakening to the time what what we should expect in this perilous time and how to avoid the disaster that is underway and also how it will reshape everything from culture, to positions of power and wealth, to economics ,and politics. Make no mistakes about it, this is the change of worlds that now in process!

  • 00:46

    #08 - "How To Stay Married” with guest Dani Klein Modisett

    in Family

    Meredith and April have both been married for ten years. In Los Angeles, that’s a lifetime. But as any married person knows, marriage isn’t easy. More accurately, staying married isn’t easy. So this week author and comedienne Dani Klein Modisett, author of “Take My Spouse Please” in which she applies the rules of comedy to marriage, stops by. The conversation is equally honest and hilarious with tips every couple can use to laugh more in their marriage. Sit back and listen up. You may even wanna invite your spouse to listen to this episode of Meltdown Moms presented by Meltdown Comics!


    Produced by Mason Booker and Adam Silverstein.


    Engineered by Mason Booker


    Theme music by Brian Bulman


    Logo design by Emily Wagner, EMILYWAGNERSTUDIO.com


    #daniklein #danikleinmodisett #meltdownmoms #podcast #badsandy #aprilpeveteaux #episode08 #meredithgordon #glutenismybitch #howtostaymarried #book

  • 01:14

    #07 - How Hollywood Dads Do It All

    in Family

    Meredith and April are getting biblical this week with Hollywood dad and writer Adam Cooper, creator of the ABC epic historical drama “Of Kings And Prophets." Adam stops by Meredith’s living room to chat about how Hollywood dads balance work and family (hint: they’re as conflicted as moms), which Olson twin is his fave, and why finding out he’s not as funny as Judd Apatow was the beginning of his Hollywood success. When he’s not schooling April and Meredith in screenplay 101, Adam spill the beans on what Hollywood dads really want; time with their kids. Who knew Hollywood dads were just like Hollywood moms? Well, we did. So listen up to this episode of Meltdown Moms presented by Meltdown Comics!

    Produced by Mason Booker and Adam Silverstein.
    Engineered by Mason Booker
    Theme music by Brian Bulman
    Logo design by Emily Wagner, EMILYWAGNERSTUDIO.com

    #Adamcooper #meltdownmoms #podcast #badsandy #aprilpeveteaux #episode07 #ofkingsandprophets #meredithgordon #glutenismybitch #hollywooddads

  • 01:09

    #06 - Fat to Fit with Lacey Stone

    in Family

    Spring is here, or almost! That’s means it’s time to dump those heavy sweaters and put on some shorts. Ahh! Meredith and April want the skinny on getting fit and losing the fat. So they sat down with the fitness guru to the stars, Lacey Stone who is currently changing lives on theSteve Harvey Show. She’ll tell the girls: an easy trick to figure out how much food you can eat in a day without packing on the pounds, why people really don’t lose the weight they say they want to lose, and she’ll tell us the truth behind how those celeb moms look so good so fast. (Hint: it ain’t just diet and exercise.) So put down the Doritos and pick up your earbuds. You’re going to want to listen to why you only need 8 weeks to change your body. In fact, you’ll probably want to take notes on the podcast that will make you feel and look better with one listen. Enjoy this episode of Meltdown Moms presented by Meltdown Comics!

    #laceystone #fit #meltdownmoms #pod cast #meltdowncomics #mom #celebrity

    Produced by Mason Booker and Adam Silverstein.
    Engineered by Mason Booker
    Theme music by Brian Bulman
    Logo design by Emily Wagner, EMILYWAGNERSTUDIO.com

  • 01:35

    Tears From The Empire - Global Meltdown Underway

    in Current Events

    *A must Listen* - This show is more of an educated warning about the fall of America and the global meltdown ,which is now well underway, than it is about religion. We are trying to warn the people who are in most need of an educated awakening to the time what what we should expect in this perilous time and how to avoid the disaster that is underway and also how it will reshape everything from culture, to positions of power and wealth, to economics ,and politics. Make no mistakes about it, this is the change of worlds that now in process!

  • 00:45

    #02 - New Years Resolutions

    in Family

    It’s a new year where moms make resolutions we probably won’t keep. Meredith and April talk mom-olutions and why we so often times fail within weeks of swearing screen time will only be allowed on weekends, and we’ll have marital relations more often than just when our kids are on screens. Why are new year’s resolutions so hard to keep? And why are moms the only ones vowing to stop yelling at the kids every January? Tune in to hear how the Meltdown Moms intend to keep this year’s promises, how their husband’s NY rez’s differ dramatically from their own, and why the Meltdown Mom of the Week makes us want to put Harry Connick, Jr. in the naughty chair.

    Produced by Mason Booker and Adam Silverstein.

    Engineered by Mason Booker

    Theme music by Brian Bulman

    Logo design by Emily Wagner, EMILYWAGNERSTUDIO.com.