The Donut Show Ep. 025: Fitness Model Sabrina Goodman, the 56th Grammys and Super Bowl XLVIII


In Episode 025 of The Donut Show, we bring you an interview with MODEL SABRINA GOODMAN, who talks to us about her craft, about Super Bowl XLVIII, the 56th Grammys and much more! Don’t miss it!

The Donut Show is a weekly podcast hosted by Jason Pyles, Keith Stein and Willis Wheeler. You can subscribe to our podcast FREE in iTunes, and please leave us a review while you’re there! Thanks for listening.

Next week’s guests!: TJ and Aric of Pour Sports Live Podcast

Next week in Episode 026 of The Donut Show, we’re going to conduct a postmortem analysis of Super Bowl XLVIII, including our thoughts on the half-time show, the commercials and our usual Donut Show shenanigans. To help us do this, our guests will be TJ and Aric, two sports nuts. Be sure to tune in!

We’d like to thank the sponsor of our show — Bee Potion. And we’d also like to thank The Dave Eaton Element and Dave Eaton himself for the use of his music for our theme song.


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Twitter: @Sabrina_Goodman

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Jason’s plugs:
The Dave Eaton Element
Jason’s band’s music video: Brief Relief
Jason’s BIG Movie Podcast: Movie Podcast Weekly
Especially for HORROR MOVIE FANS: Horror Movie

Keith’s plugs:
Keith on Gene Simmons Family Jewels

Willis’s plugs:
Willis Wheeler on TV’s Toy Hunter
Terror Troop horror movie podcast
Cinema Beef Podcast
On Twitter: @NastyWillDC
Willis On Facebook
Willis on the NFW Movie Commentary Podcast (mostly horror-related)

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Rob Bass: @GeekCastBass
Ry: @GeekCastRy
Joe: @GeekCastJoe
Geek Gurl Les: @GeekGurlLes
Geek Gurl Jo: @GeekGurlJo

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2 thoughts on “The Donut Show Ep. 025: Fitness Model Sabrina Goodman, the 56th Grammys and Super Bowl XLVIII

  1. Hello Donut Show host, co-hosts and listeners. My name is Christian Leon and I am a fan of this fine podcast.
    This is the first time I write about your podcast outside Twitter. I have promoted your project every time it comes out because I like it so much.
    I consider Jason to be my friend since The Weekly Horrror Movie Podcast days and even before that when I didn’t know him. I can picture being friends with him at any stage of my life, past present and future for a number of reasons and I admire his passion for life, film, his family, and his faith. As a hardcore listener I would like to share my view on the now almost controversial Wills-Keith situation. I must say that at first I thought Keith spoke too much but after a while now I really feel comfortable with his approach and honest way to express himself, I think Keith should speak the most because he has more things to say, he is like a mental machine gun specially during interviews keeping it fast and therefore dynamic. I think it also makes the interviewees more honest by having to answer right away. I don’t remember Willis wanting to say something and not being given the chance to say it, so I think the time the three of you spend talking is the way it should be because that’s the way your combination of personalities adds up to. It’s organic. To be completely frank, I think any problems related to this topic should be dealt behind curtains and I am grateful that you guys air this things, because as a listener I feel you are open and you trust me as a listener too, and because you expose it to me I feel with some right to express my opinion about it. I guess we should remember we are all friends first and foremost, and we have different personalities, so, it is by respecting and accepting each other the way we are how we show how real and true our friendship really is.
    That being said I would like to suggest we focus more on what we do and want to do and do it instead of focusing on what others do and how that differs from the way we are. Willis is my podcast brother and I must confess that when Keith is taking a chunk of time I feel uncomfortable not because Keith is talking so much but because I feel Willis is being annoyed about it. Why not changing the vibe and use the time Keith takes, to think about an interesting, cool thing to say to follow up on what he said, support or debate his ideas instead of just waiting for our turn to speak and start only then?
    I went into this show thinking about popular culture and I must say I love what you all bring to the table. If not for Willis I would have no idea why wrestling is so cool, if not for Jason I wouldn’t care about Roger Ebert and I wouldn’t know Mormons are cool, positive, open, smart people, if not for Keith, well, I wouldn’t know a ton of things I have learned from him. So in conclusion I’ll sum it all up in three ideas.

    1.-I Love the Donut Show and I will ask my students to try it for an additional (optional) evaluation point this semester. I’m sure they will Love it. You are awesome.

    2.-I think it would be great if once a month fans suggested topics to be discussed, I would love it if you sometimes dedicated a show to examine some cultural differences between the USA and any other countries and see how many of the stereotypes are real or to what extent (like Mexico for example) 🙂

    3.-I would be happy to see Willis let go off any resentment or grudge or animosity towards Keith for speaking too much, not tomorrow but today, we are who we are and we must let our friends be free just because we love them. Just like WAR said, Why can’t we be friends? Right? There is absolutely no why.

    Thank You again for reading my letter on or off air, I Love You all very much. Lets continue to grow and shine together while sharing our passion for the things we Love the most.

    Sincerely, Christian Leon a.k.a @Chrisexcess

    p.s. I am now subscribed to Nat’s podcast. I will support and listen that show too. It’s about time we read less Tweets and more Books now. Thanks again.

  2. Christian,
    This is a truly thoughtful comment and I really appreciate you taking the time to share your insights with us. Thank you for such valuable feedback.
    On another note, I would love to know what your students think of the show.
    Thanks for all of your support.

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