What a Creep Season 6, Episode 3: Clark Gable

With his big ears and a thin mustache, Clark Gable is one of the most recognizable movie stars in the world. From “It Happened One Night” and “Gone with the Wind” to “Mutiny on the Bounty” and “The Misfits,” Gable acted in 60 movies over 37 years.

He’s also a womanizing creep who cheated on every woman he was in a relationship with and reportedly raped one of his co-stars. 

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What a Creep Season 6, Episode 2: Phil Spector

Phil Spector is one of the most celebrated record producers and songwriters of all time who created the world-famous “Wall of Sound.” He’s worked with everyone from the Ronnettes, to the Righteous Brothers, the Beatles, the Ramones, and the Wrecking Crew. He was inducted into the rock and roll of fame in 1989. Rolling Stone magazine named #63 of the top 100 artists of all time. 

Some of his most famous compositions include: To Know Him Is To Love HimBe My BabySpanish HarlemHe’s a RebelDa Doo Run RunRiver Deep, and Mountain HighImagineChapel of LoveHe Hit Me (And it Felt Like a Kiss,) Let It Be and Rock & Roll High School

A few artists who claim to be influenced by him are Bruce Springsteen, ABBA, Meatloaf, and Jim Steinman. 

He is one of the few music producers who are as famous and celebrated as the stars he worked with and is truly a legend who changed the music world forever. 

Today he sits in a prison cell in Stockton, CA serving 19 years to life for the killing of actress Lana Clarkson at his home in 2003. So how did he wind up here? Let’s take a look back at his strange, exceptional, and chaotic life. 

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What a Creep Season 6, Episode 1: Talk Show Creeps

It’s a whole new season of What a Creep and for our first episode, we are talking about a quartet of talk show hosts who are known for spoke creepy behavior. From verbal harassment to misogyny and threatening wait staff–this crew has some really terrible acts in their past. But don’t you fret–we end each show with our favorite “Non-Creeps” in the showbiz world. 

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Ellen DeGeneres

Jay Leno

What a Creep Season 5, Episode 10: Elon Musk

Elon Musk is a billionaire who is known for founding Tesla Motors and SpaceX. He’s also a thin-skinned creep, whose companies are known as “predator zones.” He’s a James Bond villain in the making. 

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What a Creep Season 5, Episode 9: Roy Cohn

Roy Cohn is one of the most influential lawyers to have ever practiced in the United States. Linked closely with McCarthyism and never accepting responsibility for its defeat– Cohn was a self-described patriot who felt the ends justified the means.

He was the professional mentor of current our President and his pugnacious attitude and complete lack of a moral compass during the 50s-80s predicated the world we live in now.

  • He was a self-hating Jew who attacked Jews.
  • A gay man who prosecuted homosexuals
  • A lawyer who broke the law frequently and ripped off his clients

 So, let’s learn about him now! 

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What a Creep Season 5, Episode 8: Bill O’Reilly

For almost 20 years, Bill O’Reilly was the most popular host on Fox News. He was making $18 million a year as the host of “The O’Reilly Factor.” And every weeknight at 8 p.m., this obnoxious loudmouth would spout his anti-political-correctness stance. He would also use his position at the network to harass female coworkers and guests on his show because he’s a serious creep.

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What a Creep Season 5, Episode 7: Jared Kushner

Jared Kushner is one of the current president’s most trusted advisors. He is also someone who has been sued for being a slumlord and treating his tenants like trash. So why is he in charge of the Coronavirus response team?  We talk about Jared’s creepy real estate deeds here. 

Then, we feature someone who is NOT a Creep. 

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What a Creep Season 5, Episode 6: Chris Matthews

Sonia talks about Chris Matthews. Known for his news show “Hardball” and in-depth knowledge of politics and loud, interrupting interview style, Chris Matthews quit his show in March after a series of inappropriate comments about Hillary Clinton, Bernie Sanders, and inappropriate comments to female guests on his show. He’s a real creep.

Then Margo talks about a news anchor who is NOT a Creep. 

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What a Creep Season 5, Episode 5: Rev. Jim Jones and the Jonestown Massacre

Margo leads the discussion this week talking about a cult Creep–the Reverend Jim Jones who caused the deaths of over 900 people in Jonestown, Guyana in 1978. Jim began his career as a pastor from Indiana who believed in social justice. He eventually morphed into a despot who caused the ruin of countless lives and is the origin story for the expression “drank the Kool-Aid.” 

Then Sonia talks about a person related to the Jonestown event who is NOT a Creep. 

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What a Creep Season 5, Episode 4: The Houston Astros

Here’s the pitch: In the 2017 season, the Houston Astros used TV cameras to steal signs from opposing team’s catchers, and communicate the signs to their hitters in real-time by banging on a trash can. It sounds kinda stupid, but it’s a big deal. The Houston Astros won the World Series in 2017, due in no small part to their cheating.

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