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We hear a NEW Chart theme on today’s TWO CHARTED! Ku-Ku & Wie-Wie tell us about their past week which includes their experience at Sundance, Kulap showcases her boy voice, and Howard gives us some news on the upcoming Dragon Boy Suede album. Address your femininity!

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Ku-Ku & Wie-Wie go down memory lane as they count down their Top 5 Weirdest Jobs on today’s TWO CHARTED! Howard tells us about helping New York tourists in a red jumpsuit, Kulap shares a Randy “Macho Man” Savage story during her time working at Hulk Hogan’s Pastamania, and it looks like Howard is still messing with skewers. Remember to say thanks anyway!

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Who Charted?: Hollywood’s Next Jew

Adam Pally gives life advice on today’s Who Charted! He shares stories from his trip to Thailand during the Billboard K-pop 100 Music Chart. Adam also tells us his Top 5 Favorite Movies, we figure out what kind of super hero movie he could be cast in, and helps countdown the Top 4-Day Martin Luther King Weekend films. Plus, we hear about his parents’ band Pally and Pal with a game of Chart Piñata!

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Happy 2013 Chartists! Ku-Ku tells us about her Costa Rica trip as we countdown her Top 5 Costa Rica Highlights and Wie-Wie lets us know how his New Year’s went and has an apology to make. Howard does some diction exercises, he explains why he didn’t continue to learn Spanish, and we pop bottles! Pura vida!

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Who Charted?: Herbie Does Not Smile

Welcome in the New Year with Ku-Ku & Wie-Wie as they chop it up with returning guest Tom Lennon! Recorded live at the Los Angeles Podfest they chart down the top 5 songs on the Korean Billboard 100. They also discuss Dogtown and the Z Boys, getting catapulted from Laos to Korea, and Mickey Rooney buying condoms. Also charted are the five highest grossing films written by Tom Lennon and Ben Garant. Tom dishes on how his movies got made and how he stood up to the people who wanted to see Herbie the car smile. There’s also a really tender and sweet moment between the hosts. Enjoy!

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Ku-Ku & Wie-Wie have cram stuffed the last 2012 episode of TWO CHARTED! Find out which were the most fun and entertaining rappers of 2012 (excluding Drake) and hear Kulap’s dedications to all the Chartists. We talk about the mysteries of New Mexico, Howard tells us a story about Dirt Cup, and we discuss the possibility of Howard & Kulap switching roles! Have a cram stuffed New Year!

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Who Charted?: Jersey Brawls

Jessica St. Clair aka Marissa Wompler charts it up on today’s Who Charted! Jessica unearths Howard’s memories of his superhero group days during the 2012 Billboard Year End Hot 100 Songs and says no thank you to The Hobbit during the Movie Chart. Plus, we hear tales of babysitting, college, and Jessica’s early days at UCB-NY as she coaxes Hermes the Chart Goose!

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Who Charted?: Rock Your Brody

The tambourine comedian returns! YES, Steven Brody Stevens is here to cheer up Howard from the holiday blues on today’s Who Charted! Brody joins Howard & Kulap for a discussion about Howard’s thoughts on pillow talk, the possibility of a Podwalk of Fame, and Howard’s Movie Corner. Brody also gives us the positive push we need to countdown the Billboard Dance Club Chart, the Movie Chart, and a round of Chart Roulette! 818 represent!

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Howie Michael Motorcycle & Kulap Tookta Vilaysack share their holiday stresses on today’s TWO CHARTED! Ku-Ku lets us know what she got into this past week with her Things That Happened Since The Last Who Charted? Chart & we explore Wie-Wie’s mind as we countdown his Top 5 Restaurant Concepts of the Week. We open up chartist gifts, Howard might be turning into more of a gamer, and we look into the future of Wie-Wie’s dating life. Stay weird chartists!

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Who Charted?: Alpaca Dinghy

Musical comedy legend “Weird Al” Yankovic is thrilled to chart, freestyle some parody songs, and give haircuts on today’s Who Charted! He tells us about the first time he charted, having other people parody his songs, and ranks up a bunch of comedy credits as we countdown the Ultimate Music Chart. Al then shares how Ringo Starr called him out in an audience once, having Paul McCartney recognize him, and makes his own version of the Skyfall theme all during the Movie Chart. Plus, Al wonders where he would have ended up if he never took accordion lessons as he plays a round of Chart Darts!