Hott Minute

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Hott Minute returns from hiatus with a long list of Summer Crushes consisting of both perennial favorites and new surprises. After discussing the likes of the dramatic Mesut Ozil, the beautiful Timothy Olyphant and consistently pleasing Billy Eichner, Ashley and Jamie take a deep look at the tried and true television sitcom format. If you’ve ever wondered how Seinfeld and Friends holds up against Mama’s Family and Empty Nest, you’re in for some treats. Extra special attention is given to Schitt’s Creek and the always wonderful Catherine O’Hara. While John Laroqueete and David Leisure may get a surprising nod, nothing tops the works of O’Hara. Just wanted to make sure that was clear. Never one to disappoint, there’s also an insightful SUITS update and a finely tuned Bag of Hotties that yields discussions around Tony Danza, Sara Gilbert, Michael Gross, Lucille Ball, Agnes Moorehead and Alexander Skasgard’s best friend, Jack McBrayer. To view the full episode notes, go here. Theme song by Music Band Latest Album, Wake Up Laughing, now available. Spotify | Bandcamp Artwork by Elizabeth WilliamsBG Music by Upright T-Rex Music
What started as a Facebook poll turns into a full-blown matrix of spreadsheets and insights to settle the question “Who are the hottest cartoon characters?” Jamie and Ashley settle the debate, as well as tackle Barack Obama, drag queen Milk and a rather tender bit of John Goodman discussion. Artwork by Elizabeth WilliamsMusic by Ryan Malina
While Hott Minute gathers their thoughts and crushes for Season Two, they decide to pay tribute to ASMR (Autonomous Sensory Meridian Response) by whispering some gentle thoughts to you, rifling around in their purses, ejecting dogs from bathrooms and reminding you of the importance of sunscreen. Artwork by Elizabeth WilliamsBG Music by Uncle Skeleton
Ashley and Jamie consult with their Astrologer Madame Rose to traverse the Zodiac Wheel in search of the best hotties. During their consultation they cover everything from the sexiest Aquarius (Burt Reynolds) to the trashiest Gemini (too many to list) to the dreamiest Capricorn (Jim Carrey, MTV VMA’s 1999). To view the full episode notes, visit the Hott Minute site. In summation: Aquarius: Put a Pinkie in a boo-Boo Pisces: Lovely, Dreamy Spineless Aries: There’s Power in Here Taurus: Stubborn & Lazy Gemini: Trash Cancer: Barbara Bush Daddy Issues Leo: Please Validate Me, Most Fuckable Sign Virgo: Get. Shit. Done. Libra: The Catty Man of the Zodiac (Trash But Good God You’re Pretty) Scorpio: Eat a Pizza Off Me, John Candy Sagitarrius: I’m purple, I love Pizza and Art Capricorn: The Old Man Artwork by Elizabeth WilliamsBG Music by Upright T-Rex Music
An extremely donkin’ theme from Jay Leo Phillips kicks off an episode wherein Ashley and Jamie shower adoration on Genesis, Jenny Slate, Serena Williams, Kristi Yamaguchi and a whole host of additional Sports Hotties like Dennis Rodman, Odell Beckham, Russell Westbrook, Scottie Pippen (the shy best friend) and the entire Afghanistan Cricket Team. Plenty of listener submissions are discussed, as well as a return to the Original Bag of Hotties; which yields contemplation on Josh Gadd, Principal Skinner and Cillian Murphy (among others). To view the full episode notes, visit the Hott Minute site. Theme song by Jay Leo Phillips Latest Album, One Million, One Million, One Million, now available. Spotify | Bandcamp Artwork by Elizabeth WilliamsBG Music by Upright T-Rex Music
Julia Martin provides the theme for this week’s episode and opens the door for Ashley and Jamie to discuss their Favorite Divas. After crushing on Peter B. Parker and Frank Ocean, they discuss their hott thoughts on a host of talented women, including Mariah Carey, Ariana Grande, Jessie J, Madonna, Beyonce, Tina Turner, Dolly Parton, Cher, MTV Cribs, Redman, Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy and their favorite reggae song from Paris Hilton. The Bag of Hotties bears pleasing fruit in the form of Edgar Wright, John Early, Parker Fucking Posey and Chrissy Tiegen. Listen to the Divas Playlist at hottminute.com/my-divas. To view the full episode notes, visit the Hott Minute site. Theme song by Julia Martin Official Site: juliamartingallery.com Instagram: instagram.com/juliamartingallery Artwork by Elizabeth WilliamsBG Music by Upright T-Rex Music
Jamie and Ashley introduce the audience to their latest flash-in-the-pan crushes, dissect the hotness of today’s most-relevant stars and pull names from a goddamn paper bag and instinctively talk about the hotness of the names of the people, places and/or things in that bag. Notable Hotties Include: Rami Malek, Janine Turner, Rob Morrow, Meghan Markle, Oscar Isaac, Wendy Malick, Mark Hamill, Maggie Gyllenhaal and many more. Artwork by Elizabeth Williams
Some network collaboration kicks off this episode with Vidalotry creator Ryan Breegle providing the theme song. Hosts Ashley and Jamie answer a slew of mysterious questions throughout the episode; including Who’s the hottest Skarsgard? What era of Robert Downey, Jr is best? and Who is Matthew MacFadyen? The Bag of Hotties gives generously and mysteriously with insights on Richard Ayoade, Billy Crystal, Lou Bega, John Boyega, Toby Stephens and a surprisingly hott Andy Serkis. Theme song by Ryan Breegle Host of Vidalotry. Artwork by Elizabeth WilliamsBG Music by Upright T-Rex Music
Nashville band Tower Defense christens the show with a brand new theme song and Ashley and Jamie hit the classic landmark with their fifth episode. Crushes include John Leguizamo, revisiting Rami Malek and a deep, intellectual, dive into Albert Camus and multi-hyphenate musician-android-actress Janelle Monáe. The Bag of Hotties produces insights for Daniel Kaluuya, Lucy Liu, John Stamos and Nikki Cox. Artwork by Elizabeth WilliamsTheme Song by Tower DefenseBG Music by Ryan Malina
Discussing the entirety of science fiction proved to be too much for one episode so Jamie, Ashley and Larissa stepped into a well timed wormhole to divide the conversation. This is Part Two of Sci-Fi Hotties with Larissa Maestro. Herein, the topic of TNG is finally tackled and cast members are pitted against one another. Is Worf preferred to his baby momma K’ehleyr? Is Data a better lover than Lore? Is Deanna Troi a role model for dark haired girls everywhere? After TNG is put to rest, the Bag of Hotties yields a cornucopia of worthwhile topics including HAL 9000, Janelle Monae, MST3K’s Crow, Samantha Morton in Minority Report, Aeon Flux, Nibbler and the best version of Harrison Ford that ever was; Rick Deckard. To view the full episode notes, visit the Hott Minute site. Artwork by Elizabeth WilliamsBG Music by Upright T-Rex Music
Spoiler Alert! This episode, Ashley and Jamie take a deep dive into Succession, the HBO series that follows a family of power-hungry assholes as they attempt to usurp one another in their quest for their father’s affection, wealth and power. If you’ve not seen the show, you’ll be intimately familiar with characters and plot lines after listening, so consider yourself warned! The Bag of Hotties yields a variety of responses regarding Ellen Degeneres, David Byrne, Cynthia Nixon and Josh Hartnett. To view the full episode gallery visit the Hott Minute site. Theme song by Mike Shepherd Hear some of Mike’s other music here… Tower Defense The Prudish Few Artwork by Elizabeth WilliamsBG Music by Upright T-Rex Music
Back in March, Hott Minute recorded a deep dive into the various Bags of Hotties at their disposal (Regular Bag, Sitcom Bag, Halloween Bag and more). The impact of the coronavirus had not been fully revealed. This is that episode. Looming pandemic aside, Jamie and Ashley hit their stride discussing their adoration for Charlize Theron, Rhea Perlman, Nelson Mandella and Brett Michael’s Rock of Love. The varietal nature of the Bag of Hotties keeps them on their toes with insights on Kelsey Grammar, Edward Cullen, Hellraiser and the potential wetness of E.T. For full show notes and gallery, visit their official site. Theme song by Mike Shepherd Hear some of Mike’s other music here… Tower Defense The Prudish Few Artwork by Elizabeth WilliamsBG Music by Upright T-Rex Music
Celebrities like Zendaya, Yara Shahidi and Amandala Stenberg represent the socially conscious, brand-wary, gender fluid generation known as Gen Z. Fortunately, like every generation, there’s a gamut of personalities to dissect in that cohort and they’re not all good. From the questionable Lil Xan to the stunningly boring Shaun Mendes to the mesmerizing Ezra Miller, there’s much to discuss. A rousing new theme from Mike Shepherd kicks off Ashley and Jamie taking on the entirety of Gen Z. Insights are provided on everything from the awe-inspiring Emma Gonzalez & David Hogg, to the downright disgusting Post Malone, to the good hearted, pretty stupid, very confident Jaden Smith. The Bag of Hotties steers away from the Gen Z chat by looking at The Golden Girls, Thomas Haden Church and Macca himself, Sir Paul McCartney. To view the full episode notes, visit the Hott Minute site. Theme song by Mike Shepherd Hear some of Mike’s other music here… Tower Defense The Prudish Few Artwork by Elizabeth WilliamsBG Music by Upright T-Rex Music
Introducing the First Annual Tall Brawl Bracket: 2020 Big Boy Melee! In the grand tradition of absurd Hott Minute undertakings, Ashley and Jamie have hand selected sixty-four hotties all over 6’3″ tall to go head-to-head in an all out brawl. Divided into the sensible divisions of Stringbeans, Beefcakes, Lumberjacks and “Other”, these literal giants will be voted upon to see who emerges as the winner. This episode, you will be introduced to every single player and then asked to make your selections for the impending combat over at HottMinute.com or via @hottminute on Instagram. To view the full episode gallery visit the Hott Minute site or just start voting! Theme song by Mike Shepherd Hear some of Mike’s other music here… Tower Defense The Prudish Few Artwork by Elizabeth WilliamsBG Music by Upright T-Rex Music
In this tenth episode blowout extravaganza, Tristen provides a wonderful new theme song while Ashley and Jamie invite their lawyer Brooks aboard Hott Minute to take a deep dive into the Bag of Hotties. Competitive analysis takes place in a head to head challenge and trio dives into Hott Takes on the latest US Weekly. Discussions include Betty White, Alicia Vikander, Kyle Maclachlan, Hobbes from Calvin and Hobbes, Trent Reznor, Dave Franco, Michael Shannon, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Tom Petty, D’Angelo from that one video, Jordan Peele, Mitt Romney, Dick Van Dyke, Catherine Keener, That Bassist from Pearl Jam with the Hats, Jemaine Clement, Chance the Rapper, present day Dolly Parton to name a few. MUTHA LUH 2 Spotify Playlist Listen on Spotify Theme song by Tristen New Album Sneaker Waves available now. Spotify / Vinyl Artwork by Elizabeth WilliamsBG Music by Upright T-Rex Music
In the season one finale, POLY bestows the show with a Busby Berkeley worthy theme song to set the stage for diving deep on Hott Minute itself. Before that, Jamie speaks on the benefits of a well-fitting bra or bralette while Ashley stumps for the goodness of the PBS App. Most importantly, the episode serves as a deep dive for two important discussions of hotness. Jamie pays homage to the talented and empowered friends in her life – from those working tireless for the ONE Campaign to those making a unique business for themselves. Ashley leads the conversation on defining hotness itself. Unsurprisingly, the conversation nets out a handful of attributes that outlines Hottness far beyond the physical. Don’t worry, there’s plenty of chatter about potential hotties Kit Harrington (and Little Finger and The Hound), Zac Efron, Bo and Luke, John Slattery and Daniel Day Lewis to go around. Thanks for listening to season one, Hott Minute will be back before you know it. Theme song by POLY Latest Album, Let’s Have An Adventure, now available. Spotify | Streaming | Bandcamp Artwork by Elizabeth WilliamsBG Music by Upright T-Rex Music
Just when you thought Season 2 was over, Ashley and Jamie return for a very special episode filled with absolute trash. No attraction shaming here (like who you like) but these hotties give even our hosts pause. From Ghost Man Julian Assange to the King Tut Pubic Mound of Facial Hair on Dave Navarro to the Turgid Penis Neck of Beto O’Rourke, they really cover it all.* * See also: Pete Davidson BDE, Paul Giamatti’s Bodice Rippers and Everyone Who Never Left Your Hometown. To view the full episode notes, visit the Hott Minute site. Theme song by Mike Shepherd Hear some of Mike’s other music here… Tower Defense The Prudish Few Artwork by Elizabeth WilliamsBG Music by Upright T-Rex Music
Coco Hames supplies a confessional theme song this week for an early morning episode in which Ashley and Jamie diversify their crushes. Adoration is given to Trees (Deciduous and Coniferous), the cast of Preacher (Dominic Cooper, Joseph Gilgun, Ruth Negga), Harry Styles and Queen Victoria. Names pulled from the Bag of Hotties take a dark turn with David Bowie, Corey Feldman, and Kieran Culkin but recovers itself with Mary J Blige. Theme song by Coco Hames Self-Titled debut out now on Merge Records. Buy It. Artwork by Elizabeth WilliamsBG Music by Upright T-Rex Music
Patrick Damphier supplies an aptly accurate theme song for a very special episode as Ashley and Jamie decide to tackle the largess of the entirety of Science Fiction. They can’t go it alone tho, so they bring in Sci-Fi expert and Season 1 Theme Song Slayer Larissa Maestro. After defining the boundaries of Sci-Fi, the trio tackles the likes of Futurama, Jem and the Holograms, Firefly / Serenity, the wonders of Jodi Foster’s Contact, Rod Serling, the unforgettable Diva Plavalaguna and plenty more. Get to know Larissa Maestro on her Official Site or dive into her latest article on Star Trek’s Tragic Hybrids. This episode was too much for one sitting, so we’ll be back next week with part 2. To view the full episode notes, visit the Hott Minute site. Theme song by Patrick Damphier Official Site Spotify Streaming Artwork by Elizabeth WilliamsBG Music by Upright T-Rex Music
After an educational theme song from Miss Shelby and Leeann, Hott Minute Attorney Brooks A. returns to prevent Ashley and Jamie from letting this special Halloween episode get too spooky. The trio plays a rousing round of Smash, Spook, or Slash and discusses the best of Halloween Hotties at length. Surprisingly, Rob Zombie earns high marks. Jamie shares the results of her Halloween Surveys based on your votes and shares multiple Wal-mart experiences. Two bags of hotties are leveraged for discussion, resulting in a smattering of thoughts on Adam Scott, Tremors era Reba, Jonny Brugh, Pete Yorn and Brian McKnight. To view the full episode notes, visit the Hott Minute site. Theme song by Miss Shelby & Leeann Remember, Safety First. Official Site Artwork by Elizabeth WilliamsBG Music by Upright T-Rex Music
As the end of Season Two draws near, Ashley and Jamie spend some quality time with the massive amount of contributions to the Bag of Hotties, picking names out randomly and sharing their delightfully insightful off-the-cuff remarks on everyone it yields. Thanks to everyone who has submitted a name; keep them coming! Start streaming for takes on Joseph Mazello, Sam Neil, the Blair Witch Witch, Barbarella, Sam Malone, Drag Queen Tucks, O-T Fagbenle, Agent Dana Scully, Angela Bassett, Kim Fields, Raul Julia, Oscar Isaac, Dr. Frankenstein, Harry Treadaway, Starbuck, Liz Lemon, Tina Fey, Xenomorph, John Laroquette and Barbara Streisand. To view the full episode notes, visit the Hott Minute site. Theme song by Mike Shepherd Hear some of Mike’s other music here… Tower Defense The Prudish Few Artwork by Elizabeth WilliamsBG Music by Upright T-Rex Music
Jamie opens up about a very specific photo of Martin Landau, Ashley goes to bat for Ray Romano, and the girls deep-dive discuss Dwight Yoakam and Lorde. Plus! Blake Shelton, Prince, Ted McGinley, Alf, and an alarming Suits update. Artwork by Elizabeth WilliamsMusic by Ryan Malina
In this Memorial Day Special, Denitia provides a phenomenal new theme song (with some backing assistance courtesy of Lil’ Steadman) and our hosts, Ashley and Jamie, experience an intense bout of synchronicity. What do Sheryl Crow’s “My Favorite Mistake”, Duchess of Sussex Meghan Markle, Steve Buscemi and The Rock have in common? Spoiler alert, the answer is varying degrees of Hottness. The Bag of Hotties yields discussions around John Mahoney, Rufus Wainwright, Cecil Richards, Megan Amram, Stephen Colbert and the contentious James Corden. Theme song by Denitia Latest Single “One Day” now available. Spotify | Streaming | Bandcamp Artwork by Elizabeth WilliamsBG Music by Upright T-Rex Music
Little Bandit proves his behind-the-scenes knowledge of the show with his country steeped theme while Ashley and Jamie recommit themselves to ensuring the facts are known if their subjects are H-O-T-T hot, physically and emotionally. Explorations include the latest from Courtney Barnett, Rufus Sewell, Demi Lovato, the concept of mini-series and a very giving Bag of Hotties with Woody Harrelson, Inspector Gadget and Kylie Minogue. Further Enjoyments: Courtney Barnett – “Nameless Faceless” Courtney Barnett – “Need a Little Time” Demi Lovato – “Lonely (with Kehlani)” Theme song by Little Bandit Debut album, Breakfast Alone, available now. Listen. Artwork by Elizabeth WilliamsBG Music by Upright T-Rex Music
An extended theme song from Dave Paulson sets the tone for a whirlwind episode. Ashley and Jamie provide an exhaustive apology regarding the egregious faux paus of Elizabeth Woodville from Episode Six, celebrate the questionably gothic antics of President Abraham Lincoln, the unassailable Phil Lynott, the unpronouncable Domhnall Gleeson, the better-than-Ryan-Adams Mandy Moore, deliver a high priority Suits update and provide a deep dive into Ashley’s bathtime rituals. All that and the bag gives insights into Jay Duplass, Nigella Lawson, Justin Bieber and David Letterman. Theme song by Dave Paulson New album coming Summer 2018. Listen. Artwork by Elizabeth WilliamsBG Music by Upright T-Rex Music
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Podcast Details

Started
Jan 10th, 2018
Latest Episode
Mar 12th, 2020
Release Period
Weekly
No. of Episodes
29
Avg. Episode Length
About 1 hour
Explicit
Yes

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