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Meghan is back behind the microphone with a supersized episode to make up for missing a day. She and Miranda talk about 'Vanderpump Rules' star Tom Sandoval's insane comments to the New York Times and other Bravo related news. Then, Best-selling authors Bethany Mandel and Karol Markowicz join Meghan to discuss social issues, parenting, and what is going on in schools. Finally, our friend Mo Kelly pops in for some 2024 election talk.
Post Valentine's Day blues got you down? Don't worry, we'll lift your spirits with some talk about Russia's current threats against the country! Meghan is joined by Michael Moynihan to talk about politics, media, and how people suck on social media. Then journalist Elizabeth Weil comes on to talk about her amazing long-form piece 'The Women Who Walked Away' all about a woman who, along with her sister and teenage son, left civilization during Covid and desperately tried to stay alive in the mountains of Colorado.
Happy Valentine's Day! We're chatting about love stories and how couples make it work. Meghan talks to influencer Julie Soloman and actor Johnathon Schaech about their beautiful family, but also what they've learned from mistakes made in former relationships and marriages and how they're making this marriage thrive. Also, the story of how they met is really cute. Then, Pete and Jennifer Hegseth from Fox News join to tell us about how they make time for each other while raising seven kids and managing Pete's busy career on TV. Don't worry, it's not all roses and kisses... Meghan and Miranda give a little bit of their reaction to the Super Bowl too.
This show is a doozy. Meghan begins with Ryan Girdusky, who joins her in studio to talk politics, pop culture, and how he was the only person brave enough to tell Ron DeSantis the truth. Then, David Axelrod talks about the 2024 ego race to the White House along with campaigns past and analyzes where they went wrong or incredibly right.
Meghan wants to know why President Biden's approval ratings are so crazy low. To figure out what he's doing wrong, she brings in Newsweek's Batya Ungar-Sargon. Then, we know Gen-Z is in crisis mode like... all the time. To talk about all things like Kardashian toxic beauty standards and even whether Taylor Swift and Travis Kelce are government psyops, Meghan talks to Mary Morgan, host of 'Pop Culture Crisis' at Timcast Media.
Sage Steele is a talented broadcaster who was canceled after years of working for ESPN because of her political beliefs. Sage and Meghan discuss being judged for their ideologies and what Sage plans to do next. Then Carlos King joins us for a Bravo roundup, including the controversial decision to leave Monica out of the next season of 'The Real Housewives of Salt Lake City' and the hour-long bore that was the 'Vanderpump Rules' premiere. Commentary's Matthew Continetti tops off the episode with some political talk.
Presidential candidate Robert F. Kennedy Junior joins Meghan to talk about his life growing up in a political family and how it has shaped his ideology. They also discuss some of the more controversial headlines about his policy and how some may have been overblown. We also hear about his love story with actress Cheryl Hines and the unlikely person who set them up. Then Countess Luann de Lesseps, star of Bravo's 'Real Housewives of New York' comes on to talk about filming the most recent season of 'Ultimate Girls Trip' and what her dating life is like right now. She's about to go on tour with a brand new cabaret show and gives us a sneak peek at some of the new parts of her act.
Well...as expected, Trump took New Hampshire. But first, Meghan and Miranda have very important news to discuss. Monica is leaving 'The Real Housewives of Salt Lake City' and it's a big problem. Then, Joe Concha joins to talk about the 2024 race and the news that Jon Stewart is sort of returning to 'The Daily Show.' We do get a serious analysis of the New Hampshire primary with Abe Greenwald of Commentary and what the path for Nikki Haley might look like.
R.I.P. DeSantis 2024. By now, we know that Ron DeSantis has quit his bid for president and endorsed Trump...most likely dooming us all to a repeat of 2020. Mary Katherine Ham and Guy Benson join Meghan to explain why children are the future and how this might not be as bad as our imaginations are making it. Then, Lady Sarah Elliot drops in for some Royal gossip about all the health drama shaking up the House of Windsor.
Every guest today has something in common...they all tell the truth, no matter how ugly it can get. First up is journalist John Roberts. He and Meghan talk about his career, marriage, and some of the incredible stories that he's covered. Then, Michael Malice joins to talk about the state of the media and why the public's trust has bottomed out when it comes to the news. Then, something our team has been waiting for - We talk to Beth Karas, a legal analyst who worked on both of the 'Curious Case of Natalia Grace' documentaries. She gets into the truth and some stuff from behind the scenes.
Full disclosure...we're doing a little time travel here. Going back in time, when we didn't know the (probably predictable) Iowa Caucus results. So please enjoy Meghan talking with Puck's Tara Palmeri about where it all went wrong for Ron DeSantis. She also spoke with Salena Zito about the Vivek of it all. And finally, to leave us with a smile, Seena Ghaznavi pops in to make us feel better that at least the U.S. is better than living in Iran, as his mom always likes to remind him.
Meghan takes us behind the curtain in this episode. We'll talk to political analyst Laurye Blackford about whether Iowa is even relevant anymore and wtf is Ron DeSantis doing with his campaign. Then, Tina Nguyen joins us to talk about her career in journalism, starting at 'The Daily Caller' and her new book 'The MAGA Diaries,' where she talks about the rise of the MAGA movement. And then, as promised, we have to talk about Monica. Carlos King pops in to drop theories about the Real Housewives of Salt Lake City and that jaw-dropping finale.
Happy New Year! We're so excited to be back, and we are giving a supersized show today. First, Meghan talks with pollsters Kristen Soltis Anderson and Emily Ekins about what we can expect from the upcoming Iowa Caucus. Then, screenwriter and friend C. Robert Cargill joins us to talk about horror movies, and Meghan tells us which film helped her process her grief better than any therapy.
It's the most wonderful time of the year and Meghan is feeling the Christmas spirit. She is joined by her friend and lifestyle commentator Melanie Berliet to talk about the trad-wife phenomenon, moving to the country, and how Ozempic might jumpstart the zombie apocalypse. Chef Andrew Gruel brings us back to reality to talk about food inflation and how to stretch your holiday meal budget so you can celebrate, not stress! Thank you so much for listening, we'll be back in the new year!
Drama, drama, drama! There is always something going on. Meghan catches up with her good friend Ramin Setoodeh who is Variety's Co-Editor-in-Chief and a NY Times best-selling author who literally wrote the book about 'The View.' They address the current issue with the cast continuing to keep Meghan's name in their mouths... before moving on to more fun stuff, like the best movies to stream over the holidays. Then, radio host Mo Kelly pops in to talk politics and New Year's Resolutions. He and Meghan trauma bond over how much Los Angeles and D.C. have gone downhill over that last decade.
Meghan's best friend, S.E. Cupp, came in studio to talk about all of the things. They talk about mental health, anxiety, how cynical broadcasting has become, and how hard it is to maintain your identity once you become a mother. Then they get into all things Bravo, since S.E. is a Bravo Whisperer... she was one of the first people to know about Scandoval! Then, Capitol Hill icon, Newt Gingrich joins Meghan to talk about the state of the GOP, why he wants the Republican nominee to choose a female VP, and what he has in store for the holidays.
She cooks, she cleans, she makes it nice... she's Dorinda Medley. The Bravo scene stealer and star of the upcoming 'Ultimate Girls Trip: RHONY Legacy' goes deep with Meghan. They talk about how it was to be back filming with her former castmates, going through the holidays while grieving, and of course hosting. Then, former Speaker of the House, Kevin McCarthy comes in studio to talk about his incredible career and highlights some of his favorite moments. He also dishes on some of his least favorite members of Congress and how thinks the 2024 election might play out.
Prepare to get real from the jump because today's show starts with Meghan telling Miranda her secret for beating pneumonia. It gets even more personal with icon Janice Dean where they dive deep into her incredible career, but also how Janice counseled Meghan through her fertility journey. Then Dave Rubin pops in to talk politics and parenthood. Dave shares THE BEST Ron DeSantis story you'll hear all year... trust.
Meghan is back! Pneumonia tried to take her down, but taking some time off and binging Real Housewives has brought her back to life. She talks to Dr. Marty Makary about the pneumonia outbreak and if there might be more going on that we don't know about. Then, our problematic fave... who we don't find problematic, Blaire White, talks to Meghan about EVERYTHING, including why she'll never live in her native California again... and why saying Gavin Newsom's name makes her feel physically ill.