Madigan’s Pubcast

Hosted ByKathleen Madigan

Comedian Kathleen Madigan opens her Pub every week to talk about everything and anything fun in her world. Light bar conversations ranging from her parents to unsolved mysteries, sports to chimpanzee documentaries.

A Super-Secret Billionaire Club, JFK Jr. Ghosts Dallas, & The Daylight Savings Time Debate

Kathleen opens the show drinking a Vacationland Juicy IPA from Door County Brewing Co in Sheboygan, WI.

“GOOD BAD FOOD”: In her quest for new and delicious not-so-nutritious junk food AND in continuing her search for the best Ranch, Kathleen samples Krispy Kreme Bites, which she thinks would taste better right out of the microwave. She then tastes Cheetos Flamin Hot Asteroids, which she wouldn’t recommend to anyone over the age of 9. She finishes off her tasting with Taco Bell Creamy Chipotle Sauce, which she thinks only pairs well with a cheap quesadilla.

KATHLEEN’S QUEEN’S COURT: Kathleen has no updates on the Court, and muses that she might need to crown more queens.

UPDATES: Kathleen gives updates on ABBA’s 1st new album since 1982, Gwen Shamblin’s last will, and the latest from Elizabeth Holmes’ ongoing trial.

THE NEW 19TH PRESIDENT: Kathleen laughs as she reads about the latest QAnon conspiracy: supporters gathered in Dallas last week in anticipation of the return of John F. Kennedy Jr., who they believe will announce a 2024 presidential run alongside Donald Trump. The “reasoning” can’t be put into words…but Mama T does her best to describe the scene as it unfolded.

BRIAN COX HATES JOHNNY DEPP: Kathleen is amused reading an article that summarizes a new book from one of her favorite actors, Scotsman Brian Cox. His tell-all book, Putting The Rabbit In The Hat, includes a variety of his opinions & interactions with everyone from Johnny Depp to Spike Lee.

EVALUATING DST: Kathleen reads an article explaining the history of Daylight Savings Time, and an opinion supporting why the US should not only eliminate DST but also time zones.

FORGING ANDY WARHOL: Kathleen applauds the creativity behind a new release from MSCHF, the company responsible for launching Nas X’s Satan shoes. Partnering with the Museum of Forgeries, they are releasing 1,000 Andy Warhol “Fairies, 1954” sketches for sale at a price of $250 per piece, but only a single piece is authentic. The campaign aims to make fun of the pretentiousness of the art world.

NEW BILLIONAIRES CLUB: Kathleen reads an article outlining the concept of a new billionaires club called the 3 Comma Club, an invitation-only group boasting unique social opportunities for the price of $180K for 3 years.

WHAT TO WATCH THIS WEEK: Kathleen recommends watching Season 3 of “Yellowstone” on Paramount+ in preparation for the upcoming Season 4 premiere.