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"Here's Where It Went Wrong", a new podcast from Bluewire, features comedians Andrew Nadeau, Wen Powers, and the greatest comics they know! Each week they’ll sit down with a hilarious guest to cover one of their favorite subjects in pop-culture, history, and sports, but only discuss the worst parts of it! Together, they'll dissect the worst of the best, to try to figure out Where It Went Wrong.
 
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Wen and Andrew do their first solo episode since they launched the podcast to have a chance to relax, have fun, and do 12 hours of exhausting research on one of their favorite subjects, the French Revolution! They discuss the wars, the politics, the kings, of course the guillotine, bastille and cake, and EVERYTHING you might not know about this sub…
 
Wen and Andrew are joined by Brandon Scott Wolf to trace the entire history of wrestling! They dig deep into the first Olympic games to learn why the Greeks actually fought oiled up and naked, and then trace wrestling's whole timeline through the carnival circuit and the very first arranged fights. And finally end up in the modern era with the Mond…
 
Andrew and Wen welcome the very funny Gianmarco Soresi ("Shelf Life" streaming now on Amazon Prime!) to talk about the history and our own relationships with Therapy! From their own experiences to starting therapy, to the history that includes a lot of legitimate tortures as well as way too much incest, the comics get into all the the triumphs and …
 
Wen and Andrew sit down with comedian and writer Niles Abston (Clowncast, Girls Don’t Twerk to Jokes) to talk about the outstanding career of LeBron James, from his wins to his charity work to how he reshaped the game! Then finally where it all went wrong, when the league made him pay for it! Enjoying this podcast? Have questions, comments, or sugg…
 
Andrew and Wen welcome the very funny Maureen Monahan (Our Cartoon President, Tooning Out The News) to discuss Wen's favorite things, Broadway musicals and comic books. That's right, we're diving in to Spider-Man: Turn Off The Dark! The three dive deep into Spider-Man comics, from his origins as a sickly orphan, to the weird edgy take where his spe…
 
Wen and Andrew sit down with writer and comedian Adam Burke to discuss what was considered the biggest political scandal in American history, from the country's creation until Watergate! It involved the whole Harding administration, adultery, murder, a SECOND murder/suicide, and stealing hundreds of millions of dollars worth of oil from the Navy, t…
 
Wen and Andrew have on the incredibly funny David Saliterman (Funny or Die, Nerdist) finally hop on to this Queen's Gambit craze to talk about the history of Chess and where it all went wrong! From the fears that it was being used to spread secret messages, to a series of players caught cheating in the bathroom, and the large number of players who …
 
Wen and Andrew sit down with one of their favorite comedians and writers, Daniel Kibblesmith! Having written Loki, Lockjaw, Black Panther vs. Deadpool and more for Marvel, his insights into Blade and how that helped launch the MCU were amazing! But before that, they had to trace the history of vampires! From gods and revenants to 1700s paranoia tha…
 
Wen and Andrew sit down with their friend Michael and comedy icon Michael Ian Black (Wet Hot American Summer series, The State, Stella) to talk about bands that overstayed their welcome and became shadows of what they were. Bands that went from playing large stadium tours to instead playing small state fairs, ones that still play stadiums but for y…
 
Wen and Andrew are joined by their good friend and one of their favorite Chicago comedians and magicians, Angel Garcia! Together they find out how Christmas really started, and got to where it is today. They cover everything from its origins in Yule and Saturnalia, to the pope who made it Jesus' birthday, and the crazy party he couldn't stop. They …
 
Wen and Andrew sit down with James Urbaniak (The Venture Bros., Review, Difficult People) to discuss the Golden Age of Hollywood. From the beginning of moving pictures as a novelty, the the rise of nickelodean theaters across the country, to a huge monopoly that was forced to be busted by the Supreme Court. They dive into all of the problems and wo…
 
Wen and Andrew sit down with Jackie Monahan (These Lips, Eric Andre Show, Last Comic Standing, Wild Nights with Emily, The Foxy Merkins) to talk about the history of women in literature. First the surprisingly recent invention of the novel, Mary Shelley creating the genre of science fiction and Charlotte Brontë devising the first person narrative! …
 
Wen and Andrew sit down with Dani Fernandez (Ralph Breaks the Internet, Remembering Rod Serling) to dive deep into the history of The Twilight Zone! Pop culture phenom and Twilight Zone expert Dani helps explain the best episodes, the brilliant mind of Rod Serling, and the incredible social commentary and cultural impact The Twilight Zone had, that…
 
Andrew and Wen are joined by writer, performer and comedian Nash Flynn (Buzzfeed, Huffpost, Cabin Fever Comedy) to discuss the first Thanksgiving! We dive in to the history of how Henry VIII, Puritans, a leaky boat, and accidental biological warfare led to one of your favorite meals of the year. Nash also dives into Death Ways and how the opposing …
 
Wen and Andrew talk with writer, performer and comedian Maggie Smith (Second City, The News*, The Quest We Can Do, The Onion) about the most successful ride, and one of the most successful movie franchises, in Disney history: Pirates of the Caribbean. After beloved memories of trips to Disney and seeing the first film, they dive into its insane his…
 
Wen and Andrew sit down with the always hilarious writer and comedian Randall Otis! In honor of the election, they dig deep into one of the first big Congressional scandals, and follow it's history from a simple train to a scheme that involved several administrations! Enjoying this podcast? Have questions, comments, or suggestions for an episode? Y…
 
Wen and Andrew sit down with writer and comedian Ashley Ray (Writer for The AV Club, Vulture, Variety, The Onion, and host of the podcast TV, I Say with Ashley Ray) to discuss the incredible history of ice and figure skating! While tracing its entire history to find where it went wrong, they go all the way back to the first skates in 1800 BCE, thro…
 
Wen and Andrew sit down and chat with Chris Calogero to talk about their love of the "Nightmare on Elm Street" franchise. From its origins as Wes Craven's own personal nightmare to a pop-culture sensation of the 80's and 90's, Wen, Andrew, and Chris dive into how this vicious killer became a beloved crowd pleaser. Enjoying this podcast? Have questi…
 
Wen and Andrew sit down with the always hilarious writer and comedian Paula Skaggs! In honor of Halloween they dig deep to find the very first written record of magic, and then follow its trail all throughout history! Including its presence in science, religion, different cultures, and then where it went so wrong, in 300 years of Witch Trials. From…
 
Andrew and Wen talk with writer and comedian Gina DiVittorio about the Great Molasses Flood of 1919. Together they trace the history of rum, and discover how its production, along with sailors, settlers, war, prohibition, and one company's general stupidity, led to a disaster so uniquely horrible the world had never seen anything like it! And you'l…
 
Wen and Andrew are joined by Michael to sit down with Niccole Thurman (Haute Dog, The Opposition, Superstore, Shrill, A Black Lady Sketch Show) and talk about where dating went so wrong, with the introduction of online dating. They trace the history of the personal ad back to 1695, and follow the insane timeline up through early social networks in …
 
Andrew and Wen talk with comedian and biomedial engineer Pallavi Gunalan (followable on Twitter, Instagram and Tik Tok) about science, peer review, stem cells, Spartacus for some reason, how much sex Stephen Hawking had, and SO much more! But especially, where it all went wrong. In this case, a scandal so big that it rocked the scientific world whe…
 
Wen and Andrew welcome the very funny Abby Govindan to discuss the 90’s, what makes a TV show problematic, and the Amaani Lyle v. Warner Brothers lawsuit that made us all question exactly what the writers of Friends thought Friends was about. Also Counting Crows comes up a surprising amount, but still not as much as Wen and Andrew would like it to.…
 
Wen and Andrew welcome Mike Camerlengo (60 Second Classics) to discuss the magical 1998 Home Run Race between Mark McGwire and Sammy Sosa, and how it and baseball itself was sullied by the steroid scandal that made baseball players the size of tanks.By Andrew Nadeau, Mike Camerlengo, Wenzler Powers, Peter Armstrong
 
Andrew, Wen and Jay recap the entire X-Men movie franchise, how it helped set the groundwork for the Marvel universe, and then how X-Men somehow closed the saga on the worst movie of the series! We get to hear about how they tapped Royal Shakespeare Academy legends to pretend to have super powers, how one of the world's most powerful Omega Mutants …
 
Andrew and Wen welcome their first two guests of the pod this week! Myq Kaplan and their frequent collaborator Michael talk all things Die Hard and become overly protective of "Live Free or Die Hard" as they take "A Good Day To Die Hard" down a peg.By Wen Powers, Myq Kaplan, Andrew Nadaeu, Peter Armstrong
 
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