This week on Internetty, Justin and Peyton discuss Khloe’s new face, Oprah’s huge lettuce and why we don’t need a Glee reboot. Also in this episode: a deep dive into all of the Lana Del Rey drama that happened this week.
This week on Internetty, Justin and Peyton do a deep dive into celebrity quarantine breakups (RIP Cara and Ashley). Also in the episode: Kate Beckinsale’s cat, Jeff Bezos being too rich, and Justin learning that Stanley Tucci is straight.
Viral TikTok sensation, Tabitha Brown joins Internetty this week to gab with Justin and Peyton. Also on today’s episode: Robert Pattinson’s disturbing pasta recipe, Tyra’s apology, and Dakota Johnson’s interesting word choice
Comedian Rachel Sennott joins Peyton and Justin on this episode to discuss Grimes’ baby, Chris Meloni’s butt and dating during quarantine.
On this week’s episode of Internetty, Francesca Farago from Netflix’s Too Hot To Handle calls in to talk to Justin and Peyton about dick molds, keeping the romance alive in quarantine and her rumored relationship with Diplo…
After Peyton and Justin discuss their pits and peaks of the week, Nico Heller, aka “New York Nico,” aka the unofficial talent scout of New York City, joins the show to discuss the contenders for best NY accent as well as what it’s like to be in quarantine.
Did Carole Baskin really kill her husband? Peyton and Justin talk pits and peaks of the week and are then joined by comedians Catherine Cohen and Pat Regan to discuss Joe Exotic’s fashion choices and other highlights from Netflix’s “Tiger King.”
This week on Internetty, Peyton and Justin review online pits and peaks of the week, and are then joined by two very special guests. First, pop culture aficionado Rose Dommu steps in to discuss Lady Gaga’s forthcoming album, Chromatica, and then Charlotte Awbery, who went viral after an impromptu subway performance of “Shallow” tells us what she’s been up to and gives us a little musical treat.
From the people who broke the internet, a look at the week’s biggest online news, trends and social media phenomena. No subject is off limits, and no topic is taboo.
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