Emmy-winning actress Jaime Pressly brings her Southern charm and wit to this week’s episode of “Unqualified.” Tune in for some serious girl talk as Anna and Jaime dish about the pros and cons of dating rich men, “mom guilt,” and how men and women act differently in relationships. Plus, Anna, Sim, and Jaime give unqualified advice to a woman who feels the men she dates are terrified by her age—of 33! Anna and Sim also check back in with Mike from Edmonton (a caller from the Aubrey Plaza episode) who fell really hard for a visiting Australian woman with a boyfriend back home. Did Mike take the gang’s advice? Find out!
Anna’s long-time friend Lance Bass joins her and Sim in this earnest and entertaining episode of “Unqualified.” Among other hilarious moments, Lance and Anna discuss Washington’s thriving topless coffee-hut scene, assumptions made about Southerners, Lance’s early days as a boy-bander, and who he would cast to play him in the movie version of his life. The conversation also takes a more serious turn when Lance shares his struggles in coming out to his family and friends (including his band-mates in *NSYNC!). The gang gives plenty of unqualified advice too, this time to a woman who may or may not be in love with her platonic best friend, and a gay man whose straight college buddies are pressuring him to stay in the closet. And speaking of unqualified, Lance helps a woman understand why she is so annoyed with her boyfriend’s quirks—by diagnosing her with a medical condition! This episode is jam-packed. Enjoy! Please rate us on iTunes and leave us a review! We’d love to hear from you. Thanks, and don’t forget – new episodes release every Tuesday!
In this week’s episode, Anna and co-host/producer Sim Sarna are joined by Ike Barinholtz, the hilarious, scene-stealing star of “The Mindy Project,” “Sisters,” “Neighbors” and more. Listen in as Ike and Anna compare 80’s crushes, discuss magicians’ sexual prowess (or lack thereof), and role-play awkward date scenarios. Ike also shares his most embarrassing date moment: the night he met his now-wife’s parents! Later, the gang tries to help a female listener cope with her fiance’s declining sex drive. And be sure to stay tuned until the end of the call, when Ike asks his own question – and gets a very unexpected answer. We’re sure you’ll laugh as hard as we did!
You’re in for a real treat today! In this week’s episode of “Unqualified,” Anna and cohost/producer Sim Sarna welcome one of the most unique comedic talents in Hollywood: the one and only Aubrey Plaza! Listen as they discuss Andy and April’s relationship from “Parks and Rec,” and Aubrey’s audition for “Star Wars.” Among other hilarious moments, Anna and Aubrey consider their preferred murder weapons and why mens’ balls smell like stale cheerios. The gang also calls two of their movie star friends for an uncensored conversation that’s sure to have the internet buzzing! (Hint: they’re co-stars in an upcoming movie.) Later, Anna, Sim and Aubrey offer unqualified advice to a woman having trouble navigating shared friends post-breakup, and try to help a man hopelessly in love with a woman who’s about go back home to Australia…where she has a boyfriend. YOU DO NOT WANT TO MISS THIS EPISODE!
And be sure catch Aubrey in DIRTY GRANDPA (co-starring Zac Efron and Robert De Niro) opening nationwide January 22nd!
Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays to all of our loyal “Unqualified” listeners! We have a special treat for you today: “Anna Faris is Unqualified” theme song performer/writer Josh Ostrander (@MondoCozmo) and his wife Aria Pullman Ostrander(@ariapullman) join Anna and cohost/producer Sim Sarna to belt out some of Anna’s favorite Christmas songs…including a hilarious version Blue Christmas featuring the lyrical freestyle stylings of Anna as Elvis Presley! And this episode not all music; hijinks and special surprises abound this lean 20-minute bonus episode. Thank you all so much for making “Unqualified” among the most listened-to podcasts. We’re beyond humbled. Now crank up the volume on your phone, computer, bluetooth speaker or car and sing along!