This American Drew - Drew Kordik
In Chapter 3, our weary traveler becomes one with nature, eats huckleberry pie, and channels his inner Raoul Duke.
In Chapter 2, Drew kicks off his journey by setting some goals for himself as he rides the rails along the Pacific Coast. Later, when he gets to Portland he freaks out about liking boys, eats lots of donuts and barbecue, and talks about God. #keepdrewweir
In the first chapter of This American Drew's new spin-off travel series, Drew is hittin' the road (the RAIL road that is!) and traveling across America to find himself. To prepare for his vision quest, he sits down with best friend/editor of IFC's Comedy
Vah vah vah voom (sp?)! Drew sits down with Lizabeth Stockton (producer and performer at WTF-lesque) to talk about nudity juxtaposed with dancing and comedy, Divine, and Rocky Horror. Featuring multiple needy basset hound cameos.
After closing out season one of T.A.D. by revealing something deeply personal about his sexual orientation, Drew decides to switch gears a bit in the season two premiere and talk about Hollywood's urge to make sequels. Also, he reads the treatment for HIS
Still pondering whether or not he's going to cancel the show, Drew talks about sexuality and gender, polyamorous relationships, and has an announcement. Thanks for 25 terrific episode, Drewm Warriors.
Troubled times in the world of This American Drew. Drew contemplates canceling the show, and fellow podcasters Brian Colbert Kennedy and Josh Patton come over to talk some sense into him. Also, we debut "Taking It Drew The Streets," a man on the street se
This episode's audio got corrupted or something. I might quit podcasting. Sorry Evan. Please listen to his podcast Pilot Co-Pilots.
Father knows best? Damn right he does! After a brief break to hang out with sick grandmas, Drew sits down with director and father Stoney Sharp to talk about "cool dads," precocious kids, and aging pets. Uh, also, if you're grossed out by burps or body hu
Class is in session! And Adjunct Professor Drew Kordik sits down with Cate Freedman, childhood friend and star of TV Land's "Teachers," to discuss the state of our schools, Bosco sticks, and a few painful, humiliating memories. Later, they meet educator/p