What a Creep Season 4, Episode 9: Gary Glitter

If you don’t know the name Gary Glitter, you’ve definitely heard his songs. His most popular songs are “Rock and Roll (Parts 1 and 2),” and they are used at sporting events and featured in movies all the time. It was most recently featured in the staircase dancing scene in “Joker.”

He was a glam rock singer (think glittery, sequined suits, make-up, platform boots like David Bowie, Roxy Music, New York Dolls), and has sold more than 20 million records, had 26 hit singles; 12 reaching the Top 10, with three #1 hits. 

He’s also been arrested multiple times for child pornography and child sexual abuse. He’s a serious creep.

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What a Creep Season 4, Episode 8: Bernie Madoff

This week’s Creep has the distinction of running the most expensive Ponzi scheme of all time. His name is Bernie Madoff and he ripped off thousands of people to the tune of over $65 billion and has shown little remorse. Margo tells the story this week and then Sonia talks about a billion who is (most likely) not a Creep. Enjoy!

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What a Creep Season 4, Episode 7: Max Landis

If Max Landis’s name sounds familiar it’s because his father is John Landis, and he is best known for directing films like “Animal House,” “An American Werewolf in London,” “Blues Brothers,” and “Coming to America.”

Max Landis is known for writing a bunch of movies you’ve probably never seen like “Chronicle,” “American Ultra,” and “Bright.” But that’s not why Max Landis is a creep. On top of being the son of a famous director and a middling talent himself, Max Landis is also known as a rapist, gaslighter, body shamer, and a physical and psychological abuser.

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What a Creep Season 4, Episode 6: Vince McMahon

Our Creep this week is one of the most successful entrepreneurs in the history of sports.  Vince McMahon is the Chairman and CEO of the WWE as well as the founder of the soon-to-be relaunched XFL. Vince is unique and one of the most recognizable CEOs in the media. He is also a total creep, asshole, and weirdo–one of the most despised people in the history of wrestling—which is saying something! 

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What a Creep Season 4, Episode 5: Bryan Singer

Bryan Singer’s movies have earned more than $3 billion at the box office, putting him in the top tier of Hollywood directors. His films include four X-MEN movies, THE USUAL SUSPECTS, APT PUPIL, and SUPERMAN RETURNS. He directed most of BOHEMIAN RHAPSODY, but he got fired three weeks before filming was completed, and his name was removed from the credits. He’s also is a serious creep, who has been accused of multiple sexual assaults over the past 20 years, and Hollywood only recently started acknowledging it.

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What a Creep Season 4, Episode 4: Bob Hope

Bob Hope is a Hollywood legend who starred in multiple successful films, was a big hit in radio & television, and was one of the biggest supporters of the USO program entertaining the men & women of our armed services for decades. He was also a terrible husband, a tyrannical boss and stubbornly out of touch for much of his life. Hear all of his bad deeds and then enjoy learning about what of the most generous actors of his or any generation. 

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What a Creep Season 4, Episode 3: Brett Ratner

Brett Ratner is a director and producer. He’s produced such classics as “Mirror Mirror,” “Horrible Bosses,” and “Jersey Boys.” And he’s directed the “Rush Hour” movies, “Red Dragon,” “Tower Heist” and everyone’s least favorite “X-Men” movie, “X-Men: The Last Stand.” His movies have earned more than $2 billion worldwide. He has been romantically linked to the likes of Paris Hilton, Lindsay Lohan, and Mariah Carey. He’s also a super creep who has been accused of sexual misconduct and sexual harassment by 7 women, including actresses Olivia Munn, Natasha Henstridge, and Ellen Page. 

What a Creep Season 4, Episode 2: Lou Pearlman

Hello everyone!

This week we talk about notorious boy band creator (and major fraudster) Lou Pearlman who went from dreaming about running his own blimp company to managing some of the biggest boy bands in history to spending his last years in jail. This guy is a MAJOR creep but trust us, you can still enjoy your Backstreet Boys & NSYNC when you are done listening to this ep!

Then we talk about a singer/songwriter/actor/philanthropist who belongs to the illustrious “EGOT” squad (winning an Emmy, Grammy, Oscar & a TONY award!)

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What a Creep Season 4, Episode 1: Rock & Roll Creeps

Hello everyone!

Margo & Sonia are in the mood to rock & roll all night and party every day with this rock-themed episode of musicians behaving very badly. This episode is a little different because instead of focusing on one person–we are taking turns with different bands who have very problematic bandmates. We also get into who is into really young girls before we talk about our NON-Creep.  

Some of the bands and people we discuss in this show: The Red Hot Chili Peppers, Motley Crue, Elvis Presley, Steven Tyler,  and Guns & Roses. Get your Bic lighters ready and we will rock and roll this place!

Some of our sources (in addition to the amazing Wikipedia)

Red Hot Chili Peppers

 Motley Crue

Guns N’ Roses

Quick Hits

What a Creep Season 3, Episode 10: The 2019 Creepies

Hello everyone!

This is our 2019 season finale and we could not be more excited than to celebrate our first ever awards–The Creepies! Somehow we were able to get a huge venue to host us–Wembley Arena! Sure, we are based in two different parts of the U.S. but with some podcast magic (meaning some booze and a little imagination) we make this show come to life. 

Here we salute the jerks, assholes, and losers who were the subject of our first three seasons. Plus, a few more just for fun in this episode. 

We also call out the “non-creeps” from our past shows and discuss some of your suggestions for future eps.