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 2929 - Summer Preview 2019

    09/05/2019 Duration: 01h09min

    Avengers: Endgame has already ruined the box office for 2019, so let’s discuss what upcoming summer films might vie for a distant 2nd. Next Time - March 25th, 1972. @willseanpodcast @therealwilllink @theseandavid @crazyaboutkurt

  • Episode 291 - December 25th, 1992

    03/04/2019 Duration: 01h25min

    Our first trip in the way way back machine takes us to a more innocent time - a time of hope, a time of change, a time of the incoming Clinton Presidency, and of the beginning of another "American Decade." Next Time - March 25th, 1972.

  • Episode 290 - Oscars Recap 2019 - Matt Guerrero

    27/02/2019 Duration: 01h21min

    As predicted, GREEN BOOK took home all the marbles. Matt Guerrero (guerreroPMG) from Drunk Monkeys returns to the show as we dissect the 2019 Academy Awards before finally burying this stinking corpse in the ground where it belongs.   Next Time - December 25th, 1992.   @willseanpodcast @therealwilllink @theseandavid @crazyaboutkurt   @drunkmonkeysweb @podcastgrace @worthaclickpod

  • Episode 289 - Oscars Preview 2019 - We Back!!!

    17/02/2019 Duration: 01h29min

    We're Back! A Dinosaurs Story!!! After taking enough time off to have ourselves a baby, we have returned, just as discombobulated and janky as before. Hear us as we were always meant to be heard - predicting the 2019 Oscars (representing the best films of 2018) We realize that changes to the broadcast have already been announced, and we'd like to believe that it was because the Academy knew this episode was coming and wanted to move out of the way of the oncoming juggernaut. Make sure to subscribe, follow, and like us in all the usual places. @therealwilllink @theseandavid @willseanpodcast

  • Episode 288 - Nicky Endres - Blue-Green on the Color Wheel

    07/05/2018 Duration: 01h15min

    Nicky Endres (@nickendres) is a non-binary transfeminine, genderqueer, and genderfluid actress who has to put up with these annoying heteronormative white boys. We discuss her upbringing in Wisconsin, her decision to move to LA, and the experiences she’s had in the years that she’s been here. Kanye is back on Twitter and literally no one but Trump is happy.  Avengers: Infinity War came out and made a billion dollars - we spoil all the plot points for Nicky. Things aren’t going well in Will’s life. He hates change of any sort. And it is for that reason that Will and Sean will be making some changes to the podcast. :-o

  • Episode 287 - 2018 Summer Movie Preview

    30/04/2018 Duration: 01h11min

    The boys, nay, the MEN, return to preview this year's crop of summer movies, also, some half-assed announcements about the future of the podcast.

  • Episode 286 - Nicholas Brandt - Wonder Twins Power Activate

    02/04/2018 Duration: 01h06min

    Nicholas Brandt (@nicholas brandt) returns to the show after last appearing on Episode 20. He is the director of the film “Bad Behavior” and one of the creators of “Comic-Con: The Musical.” Should we be deleting our Facebook accounts? Is “Ready Player One” going to be any good?The MLB wants to bring baseball to London and Will thinks that this will be a terrible idea. Movie theaters in England are killing people - beware!!!

  • Episode 285 - Traci Swartz - Philip Roth Turned 85 Today

    26/03/2018 Duration: 01h10min

    Traci Swartz (@kickstand_show) is a storyteller and producer of the show “Kickstand.” She tells us how she ended up in Los Angeles and how she got involved in the scene. Sean opted to not attend the recent Lorde concert - does boycotting celebrities for their views or beliefs actually accomplish anything? Matt Smith got paid more money than Claire Foy for “The Crown.” We solve the Hollywood pay gap. How do you handle strangers who insist on having a conversation with you? When are we allowed to be rude to shut down an interloper? If your rainbow lasts longer than 4 hours, please consult a doctor.

  • Episode 284 - Becca Brown - Chicago Loves Dick

    19/03/2018 Duration: 01h10min

    Becca Brown (@bekkuhbrown) is a child actress all grown up. She made her debut as the bassist in Richard Linklater’s “School of Rock,” and most recently she was seen in both the Chicago and LA production of the musical parody “Spamilton.” Everyone keeps telling us to get MoviePass, but is it legit, or just a big scam? “A Wrinkle in Time” came out last week. Do we have an beloved children’s books that we’d like to see given a proper adaptation? We all buy things from Amazon, but their delivery goons are just the worst. If you’re planning to travel to Taiwan, make sure to pack your own toilet paper.

  • Episode 283 - Matthew Guerruckey - Oscars Recap

    10/03/2018 Duration: 01h17min

    Matthew Guerruckey (@guerruckey) from Drunk Monkeys (@drunkmonkeysweb) rejoins us to breakdown the 2018 Oscars. How much fish sex was there? Too much fish sex!

  • Episode 281 - Oscar Predictions

    26/02/2018 Duration: 01h11min

    Will and Sean are back for the most anticipated episode of the year - Oscar predictions! Will Phantom Thread win ALL the awards? Or just most of them? We break down all the nominees and give you the ammunition you need to win your Oscar pool and shame your friends.

  • Episode 280 - Sarah Afkami - Post Traumatic Sardos Disorder

    12/02/2018 Duration: 01h09min

    Sarah Afkami (@OffCalmE) returns to the show to generally amuse and delight. She talks to us about writing for TV and her career thus far - most recently on Showtime’s “DICE.” The Super Bowl came and went - we discuss the show, the game, the commercials and the general spectacle of it all. Is it okay for a public figure to purchase Twitter followers? We discuss. #ReinstateRoeper

  • Episode 279 - Monique Filips - I'm Gonna End Up with the Blah Blah Blah

    05/02/2018 Duration: 01h07min

    Monique Filips (@moniquefilips) is a model, actress, comedian, motorcyclist, and all around badass. She shares with us how a late in life decision to pursue acting opportunities brought her to where she is today. Two weeks late we give our thoughts on the Grammys that were. Toys R US is closing 500 locations so we reminisce on memories of walking those sacred aisles. The flu season is getting out of hand, and might soon kill us all.

  • Episode 278 - Megan Hayes and Justin Welborn - It's Timothy!

    29/01/2018 Duration: 01h14min

    Megan Hayes (@megan_hayes) and Justin Welborn (@revolution23) are both actors but, more importantly, returning champions to our show. We finally get around to talking about Aziz Ansari because Sean refused to discuss it unless there was a female guest on. Will has recently revisited Murphy Brown - what shows or pop culture would we revisit if we had the time? Things are getting out of hand over at Netflix and we can’t take it any more.

  • Episode 277 - Best Films of 2017

    08/01/2018 Duration: 01h07min

    For the first time in podcast history Will and Sean hijack the first episode of the year to indulgently go over their Top Ten Movies of 2017. There's not much more to it than that. Bit still, give it a listen, won't you? You won't, won't you.

  • Episode 276 - Alex Stein - You Call Your Mother

    01/01/2018 Duration: 01h08min

    Alex Stein (@coldfootfilms) joins us for either the 5th or 6th time as our annual end of year, mistletoe on the doorframe, star on the tree, bee in our bonnet, guest. He has a new podcast called “Tell Me Who You Are” that all you all better be subscribed to. 2017 was a shit year, but what are we looking forward to in 2018? We finally discuss Star Wars: The Last Jedi - did it live up to our expectations? A year ago Will predicted that 2017 would suck - and it did - was all this calamity his fault? We discuss. Go hug a loved one, the fight is just beginning.

  • Episode 275 - Laura McGhee - I Even Blocked Porg

    18/12/2017 Duration: 01h08min

    Laura McGhee (@LauraMcGhee68) is a pilot, writer, actress, and comedian. That’s right, a pilot, like for airplanes. She writes and stars in the hilarious web series called “Lady Pilot,” based on her ridiculous experiences as a flight instructor. LA Weekly got bought by a right-wing consortium and now they are trying to get people to write for them for free. Quentin Tarantino is boldly going where no man has gone before - and he’s taking JJ with him. Tis the season to be pressured into purchasing unwanted chocolate bars by the adorable children of your co-workers. Waffle House is now a DIY institution, at least for some people it would seem.

  • Episode 274 - Minimus Maximus - Counterpart

    04/12/2017 Duration: 01h04min

    Minimus Maximus (2minimusmaximus) of the “Off the Cuffs” podcast talks about kink, BDSM, and growing up in a cult. Make sure you’re listening to the show…we’lll wait. Another day, another 5-10 creepy men getting exposed (tee tee) by the news. There are too many goddamn podcasts out there, how are we managing? “Coco” is a great new film by PIXAR, but the Olaf “short” beforehand is an abominable snowman.

  • Episode 273 - Alyssa Sabo - After the Flood

    13/11/2017 Duration: 59min

    Alyssa Sabo (@alyssa_sabo) rollerblades her way back into our lives with her truly unique style of absurdist comedy. Louis CK’s long known peccadilloes are finally exposed to the wider world. The iPhone X is finally exposed to the wider world. Twitter - the most perfect social media platform ever devised - has made itself (impossible to imagine) even more perfect with the expansion to 280 characters. Let the healing of the universe begin, one bloated tweet at a time.

  • Episode 272 - Ian Alda - You Don't Just Diddle a Child Once

    06/11/2017 Duration: 01h05min

    Ian Alda (@ianalda) returns to the show. He recently directed a webseries called “The Michaels.” We also  talk Dodgers and the continuing Hollywood sexual abuse allegations - so, just sunniness all around. Do we really need all these “pop-up” restaurants and “experiences?” Short answer, nope.

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