Will Sean Podcast?



The internet cried out for two more blowhards so Will Link (@the realwilllink) & Sean David (@theseandavid) answered that call. Each week they sit down with fascinating, sexy people to learn the secrets of their success. Then, armed only with wit and anger they take on the pressing pop culture topics of the day.


  • Episode 251 - Summer 2017 Movie Preview

    24/04/2017 Duration: 01h03min

    Time to preview this summer's movies. Also, Sean has pink eye. In both eyes. It's nasty. Don't touch him.

  • Episode 250 - Taylor Brogan - 250 Episodes Later

    17/04/2017 Duration: 01h04min

    Taylor Brogan (@thbrogan) is a writer who currently works in the writer’s room on “The Shannara Chronicles” and “Into the Badlands.” We discuss genre television and fandom in general. The WGA is on the verge of a potential strike - how will this affect our podcast? What piece of pop culture have you neglected or avoided and no one will leave you alone about? SNL will finally, for the first time in its 42 year history, air live coast to coast. What took so long? It might not be a good idea to take your horse to the Taco Bell drive through.

  • Episode 249 - Avital Ash - I'm an Ego Monster

    10/04/2017 Duration: 01h06min

    Avital Ash (@avitalash) is a writer, actress, director, and straight up awesome person. She’s the perfect guest to have on our first show AFTER A MONTH! I know, I know…but you can all relax now, your long national nightmare is finally over. I mean, Trump (@POTUS) is still President, but at least you have that sweet, sweet Will Sean Podcast to salve your wounded psyche. Whitewashing in Hollywood - we fix it! Trainspotting 2 is a mediocre movie perfectly designed to remind you how mediocre you are as well. Adult Education is a wonderful thing/Adult Education is a terrible thing - Will Link breaks it down. We’re sorry that we went away, but we’re back now…or something like that.

  • Episode 248 - Ryan Roach & Matthew Guerruckey - Do a Lab Dance

    02/03/2017 Duration: 01h12min

    Ryan Roach and Matthew Guerruckey from Drunk Monkeys Podcast (@drunkmonkeysweb) join us to break down the CRAZIEST OSCARS OF ALL TIME! Seriously?! What was that?!

  • Episode 247 - Jonathan Bradley Welch - Why God Created Commercials

    27/02/2017 Duration: 01h12min

    Jonathan Bradley Welch (@jonathanbwelch) returns to the show to talk about his new political podcast “The Big Blue To Do.”  IMDB got rid of their message boards, do we care? First the Super Bowl and now the Oscars, what makes for an ideal viewing party? Theme parties are bad enough, but now Will has to attend a theme wedding - what nonsense is this? How did that Oscar Pool hold up for you?

  • Episode 246 - Oscar Preview 2017

    20/02/2017 Duration: 01h11min

    The Oscars are next week, so let Will and Sean tell you now who is going to take all the awards (spoiler alert - it's mostly La La Land).

  • Episode 245 - Steven Brandon & Alex Lewis - Five Timer Club

    13/02/2017 Duration: 01h03min

    That old cad Steven Brandon (@stevenb29) and Alex Lewis (@i8athumbtack)  join us to discuss their upcoming show “Game of Thrones: The Musical” (@GOTtheMusical). Steven produces and Alex stars as Robb Stark in this hilarious send up of the hit show. What’s better than asking an Australian and three films geeks to discuss the Super Bowl? Nothing, that’s what. Can’t Taylor Swift catch a break? She’s criticized no matter what she does or doesn’t do, and Will is tired of it. Join us as we take up falconeering.

  • Episode 244 - Ravi Naidu - Caulked the Cracks

    06/02/2017 Duration: 01h13min

    Ravi Naidu (@ravinaiduactor) started his career as a management consultant before getting bit by the acting bug, so off to Los Angeles he came.Since then he’s been in such projects as “Hunger Games,” “Million Dollar Arm,” “Mindy Project,” and “Homeland.” The title for Episode VIII has been announced - are WE the Last Jedi? Hollywood has resorted to drowning animals - or something like that - we examine the controversy surrounding “A Dog’s Purpose.” Mary Tyler Moore died and an entire generation is oblivious to her charms. Also, RIP John Hurt - this one hurt, deep in our chests.

  • Episode 243 - James Gangl - The Velocipod

    30/01/2017 Duration: 01h04min

    James Gangl (@jamesgangl) is a comedian and actor. He’s also a Canadian immigrant who washed up on our shores four days before Election Day - good timing there buddy. We review - with complete objectivity - the Trump Inauguration. Should people be banned from Twitter? Should those same people then receive lucrative book deals? Barack Obama failed us all and now we shall pay the price. What’s up with Sean’s weird nose? All this and more in the latest episode!

  • Episode 242 - Jessica Gonzalez Rodriguez - A Peanut Pension

    23/01/2017 Duration: 01h13min

    Jessica Gonzalez-Rodriguez is an opera singer and dancer. We discuss what it’s like to train as a professional singer, what a career in opera is like, and why opera is better than Broadway musicals and how she ended up in a Star Trek themed production of Mozart’s “The Abduction from the Seraglio.” The Young Pope is gloriously insane and most likely infallible. RIP Ringling Brothers (& Barnum and/or Bailey). Apple has announced a new “Theater Mode” for the iPhone - who asked for this? Taco Bell did something, so of course we need to discuss it.

  • Ep. 241 - Megan Hayes - What's the Weird Note?

    16/01/2017 Duration: 01h10min

    Megan Hayes (@megan_hayes) returns to the show to discuss the Golden Globes, because we all know that you love hearing a dissection of an awards show that aired two weeks ago.

  • Ep. 240 - Dann Freeman - Manchester Not by the Sea

    09/01/2017 Duration: 01h13min

    Dann Freeman(@DannFreeman) is a writer and script consultant. He has recently self-published the first volume of a “True-ish Short-ish Story” called True Empathy. You’ve all seen it, so it’s time to discuss Rogue One. Carrie Fisher and Debbie Reynolds :-(. We were told that Time Warner is now Spectrum - but guess what, they still suck! Welcome to 2017 - let us pray.

  • Episode 239 - Alex Stein - End of Year, End of Days

    26/12/2016 Duration: 01h02min

    Alex Stein (@coldfootfilms) returns for a record breaking 5th appearance (to be fair, his 4th appearance was record breaking too). We wrap up the entire year of pop culture - the good, the bad, the really bad, and the generally shitty. See all you butts in 2017. Pray. Pray hard.

  • Episode 238 - Tyler Davis - No Longer a Cokette

    19/12/2016 Duration: 01h18min

    Tyler Davis is a musician, a sound engineer and a former Scientologist. We discuss all of it. Has the internet ruined the way we interact with TV? The short answer is yes! Grammy nominations came out - how many artists has Will never heard of? Holiday Parties are terrible - let us count the ways.

  • Episode 237 - Matthew Guerruckey - Emergen-C is a Lie

    12/12/2016 Duration: 01h07min

    Matthew Guerruckey (@guerruckey) is the Editor in Chief of Drunk Monkeys, an online literary magazine and film blog. He also cohosts their film podcasts. We discuss content creation and brand development in Trump’s America. La. La. Land. Go. See. It. Now. A new season of Gilmore Girls hit Netflix, but neither of us has ever seen the original show.  That led us to think about what other massively popular pop culture phenomenon are we missing out on? Rogue One: A Star Wars Tale comes out this week, and we’re going to opening night. If only the process of buying tickets weren’t so tricking difficult. Those Japanese sure do love dead fish.

  • Episode 236 - Sarah Klegman - Challah Back Boy

    05/12/2016 Duration: 01h12min

    Sarah Klegman (@sarahkleg) Is a writer, a former talent manager, and the co-owner of Challah Hub - your only source for custom Challahs (technically Challot). How will pop culture change in Trump’s America? With the release of “Fantastic Beasts,” the Potterverse has entered a new phase. Are we ready for more magic? Will found himself in a nightclub and he’s got some thoughts about it. Be careful, the squirrels are listening.

  • Ep. 235 - Sarah Lightman - In the Year of Our Lord, DT1

    21/11/2016 Duration: 01h10min

    Sarah Lightman (@sarahlightman) is a musician who has come to salve the wounds of a damaged nation. Her song, “Someday” is featured on today’s episode. And Lee is back with new digital tricks up his filmmaking sleeve - what do we think? Leonard Cohen died, because of course he did. The election is finally over - let’s survey the wreckage.

  • Episode 234 - Sam Reeder - Brexit Yourself

    07/11/2016 Duration: 56min

    British born actor Sam Reeder (@thesamreeder) joins us for the final podcast of the republic. Vine is dead. Long live Vine? Bleak TV - is this the new low that our shows have sunk to? The election is almost over (praise be to God), but what on earth will we do with ourselves once it’s over???

  • Episode 233 - Election 2016 - A Rigged Episode

    31/10/2016 Duration: 55min

    The Election is upon us so Will and Sean reflect on the campaign that was, and the two possible paths ahead. Depending on the voters’ decisions on November 8th (a not always steady bet) we can expect to soon be living in a Center-Left progressive society, or a dystopian, segregated militant police state. DO NOT RUIN THIS FOR US AMERICA!!!! Also we look at some local initiatives and bitch as to why Election Day is not a national holiday. It’s almost over, folks; it’s almost over.

  • Episode 232 - Keith Blaney - You've Been Outsourced

    24/10/2016 Duration: 01h15min

    Keith Blaney has been a working Hollywood actor since he appeared as “Bachelor #1” in the Demi Moore classic, “Striptease.” He currently be seen onstage in the “Vonnegut USA” - an adaptation of four of the late writer’s short stories. The Rocky Horror Picture Show invaded our living rooms courtesy of FOX. Did we watch it? What relationship did we have to the original film? Podcasts - we host one, but do we listen to any others? Will is ready to re-enter the rough world of dating, but Match.com isn’t making it easy for him. Please don’t hunt zombies in public. It never ends well.

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