What the World Needs Now Podcast
What the World Needs Now Podcast with Troy Millette & Ethan Dezotelle is a free-wheeling podcast hosted by two guys with beards who decided there was just enough room for one more podcast hosted by two guys with beards.
Each episode features casual conversation between the hosts and occasional guests, built around a piece of culture that Troy or Ethan thinks is good for the world. That’s just the beginning of each show, though, and where it goes from there, no one can say.
Sometimes funny, sometimes profound, sometimes irreverent, always entertaining.
Episode Five: Boom-Shacka-Summertime
BOOM! It's episode five of What the World Needs Now Podcast with Troy Millette and Ethan Dezotelle!
Don't call it a comeback, but we've (socially distantly) come back together! This episode streams from Ethan's sketchy, stone basement (believe it or not, it's an upgrade to our previous studio spaces in this late-May heatwave) as the boys discuss the legacy of professor and author Will Marquess, lust over being HGTV megastar homebuilders, and provide updates on their COVID-19 creativity. They even get a little socio-political. It's a real treat.
Episode Four: Reunited and it Feels So... Odd?
Welcome to episode four of What the World Needs Now Podcast with Troy Millette & Ethan Dezotelle!
Our hosts are reunited on Ethan’s front porch, and it feels so good. Recording from at least six feet apart, Troy talks about Daniel Radcliffe reading Harry Potter (very meta), and Ethan goes on too long about old G.I. Joe cartoons. Also, Troy brought beer to the recording, and Ethan’s a total lightweight. What happens? Listen and find out.
Episode Three: Comics, Cassettes, and COVID-tivity
Welcome to episode three of What the World Needs Now Podcast with Troy Millette & Ethan Dezotelle!
It's our least-focused episode yet (in all the best ways) as Troy and Ethan take a nostalgia trip courtesy of Poison's "Open Up and Say Ahh!", riff on a a faux-comic series of Quaran-Teens, discuss Facebook Groups as the cure insomnia, and exhaust themselves imagining an attempt at playing 25 gigs in 24 hours.
It's good clean fun.