HomeTVABCPC #50: Talking Pop Culture With Totally Tyler Pop Confidential April 20, 2012 ABC, Bravo, Drama, GCB, Podcast, Private Practice, Reality, Ringer, Scandal, The CW 2 Comments On today’s Pop Confidential podcast Jamey Giddens, Luke Kerr, Jillian Bowe and Melodie Aikels are joined by popular blogger Totally Tyler, author of Your Boyfriend and Other Guys I’ve Kissed: The Tails of Totally Tyler. The gang and Tyler weigh in on the latest celebrity gossip, including: Brangelina’s engagement, celebrities showing out on Twitter and Jennifer Lopez saying no to Marc Anthony wanting her back. The topic turns to the new Shonda Rhimes series Scandal. Jamey enjoyed Scandal, but doesn’t want to see Private Practice cancelled in favor of it. What does Tyler think of ABC’s Southern-fried soap GCB? Luke encourages fans to give The CW’s Ringer another try. Could Jillian’s beloved CSI: Miami be cancelled? MDNA, the latest album from pop icon Madonna, posted the biggest sales drop in history. Tyler has a theory on what contributed to the drop and is ticked Jamey didn't buy the CD! The boy bands One Direction and The Wanted are feuding, yet the panel basically doesn't know they are. The Hunger Games has captured big box office dollars, but Tyler doesn’t think the movie lives up to the books. After refusing to buy an e-reader or tablet, Jamey finally gave in and decided to get a Kindle when he couldn’t find a copy of E.L. James’ Fifty Shades of Grey in bookstores. Reportedly, Universal and Focus ponied up $5 million for the movie rights to the book being called “mommy porn.” All this and much more on today’s Pop Confidential podcast! Visit TotallyTyler.com. Follow Totally Tyler on Twitter and add him as a friend on Facebook. Listen to the Pop Confidential Podcast using iTunes! Like this podcast? Write us an iTunes review! Take our two Pop Confidential listener survey. Survey 1 & Survey 2. 2 Responses Ms 45 April 23, 2012 Very funny, but I did not like Mr. Totally Tyler dissing the PC gang for their, uh, well-rounded pop culture references (Wilson Phillips, Knots Landing, etc.) The past informs the present and the future. Log in to Reply Spice April 23, 2012 Love you guys but I wasn’t crazy about Tyler. Lots of people watch TV and that doesn’t make us stupid and I felt Tyler talked down to you. Log in to Reply Leave a Reply Cancel Reply You must be logged in to post a comment.