Man School 202 Podcast Listen and Learn
ABOUT THE SHOW: Restoring male and female sex roles to a healthier and happier state. Everything society has taught you about finding a partner and fixing your relationship is wrong! But fear not, because the Man School 202 podcast (formerly the Beige Phillip Show) is here to show you the light! Each week comedian and relationship expert Dante Nero, brings some righteous perspective on sex, love, dating, and relationships, for men AND women. Featuring co-hosts, Harry Terjanian, and Andre D. Thompson.
From TheFlirtmethod.com, Marni the Wing Girl is here to help men figure out how to become more attractive to women as we discuss: How a woman becomes a wing girl, what is biggest mistake guys make, what does a woman see when looking at a guy, how has dating changed for women, how much money is enough for a woman, what are the mistakes made on dating profiles.
Comedian TJ Miller (Silicon Valley, Deadpool) is here as we discuss: Harvey Weinstein, feminism, #MeToo, confidence in talking to women, and the best way to have an argument in relationships.
Comedian Jim Norton (Sirius XM, Tonight Show, Letterman, HBO, Netflix and Jim Norton and Sam Roberts) is here as we discuss: Being afraid your woman is sleeping around, the Patrice O’neal documentary, meeting a celebrities, Tekashi 6ix9ine, Kane Carter, being a paranoid dater, talking to women in a PC culture, and getting beat up by comedians
Comedian James Mattern is here as we discuss: hooking up during the pandemic
and why men miss the signals.
From Netflix “They ready,” comedian Erin Jackson is here as we discuss:
Dating younger men, what is your relationship worth (Is your relationship worth saving)
And laying the five bricks (how to get comfortable talking to women).
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From the Late show with Stephan Colbert and Sirius/XM comedian Emma Willmann is here as we discuss: Lesbian porn, lying in relationships
lesbian sex, right wing stuff, and scissoring.
From Jimmy Kimmel Live, comedian Neel Nanda is here as we discuss: divorced parents, domestic abuse, and Indian culture.
Comedian Greg Stone is here as we discuss: When you date someone with mental illness, when you date a girl and her issues, how Dante is responsible for the Capital Riots and What is a man’s actual value.
Comedian Petey DeAbreu is here as we discuss: The Patrice O’neal documentary (Killing is Easy) not having a dad, and how me too movement happened.
Chris Caresnone is here as we discuss: The lessons he learned from our show, the best way to be a better man and develop confidence, making eye contact, not wanting to upset your girl, what women want more than money, not losing your manhood
Comedian Dave Temple is here as we discuss: Dating outside your race, asserting yourself and how a relationship can fall apart,