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Season One Funale
In the season one finale, POLY bestows the show with a Busby Berkeley worthy theme song to set the stage for diving deep on Hott Minute itself. Before that, Jamie speaks on the benefits of a well-fitting bra or bralette while Ashley stumps for the goodness of the PBS App. Important discussions are had on the hotness of empowerment and the attributes beyond the physical that define "Hott." Also, plenty of Kit Harrington, Zac Efron, Bo and Luke, John Slattery and Daniel Day Lewis
Our hosts, Ashley and Jamie, experience an intense bout of synchronicity. What do Sheryl Crow's "My Favorite Mistake", Dutchess of Sussex Meghan Markle, Steve Buscemi and The Rock have in common? Spoiler alert, the answer is varying degrees of Hottness.
Halloween in May
In this tenth episode blowout extravaganza, Tristen provides a wonderful new theme song while Ashley and Jamie invite their lawyer Brooks aboard Hott Minute to take a deep dive into the Bag of Hotties. Competitive analysis takes place in a head to head challenge and trio dives into Hott Takes on the latest US Weekly.
9: 98% on Jamie Tomatoes
Hosts Ashley and Jamie answer a slew of mysterious questions throughout the episode; including Who's the hottest Skarsgard? What era of Robert Downey, Jr is best? and Who is Matthew MacFadyen? The Bag of Hotties gives generously and mysteriously with insights on Richard Ayoade, Billy Crystal, Lou Bega, John Boyega, Toby Stephens and a surprisingly hott Andy Serkis.
8: A Tankard of Koala Urine
Little Bandit proves his behind-the-scenes knowledge of the show with his country steeped theme while Ashley and Jamie recommit themselves to ensuring the facts are known if their subjects are H-O-T-T hot, physically and emotionally. Explorations include the latest from Courtney Barnett, Rufus Sewell, Demi Lovato, the concept of mini-series and a very giving Bag of Hotties with Woody Harrelson, Inspector Gadget and Kylie Minogue.
7: The Biggest Mistake of Our Lives
An extended theme song from Dave Paulson sets the tone for a whirlwind episode. Ashley and Jamie provide an exhaustive apology regarding the egregious faux paus of Elizabeth Woodville from Episode Six, celebrate the questionably gothic antics of President Abraham Lincoln, the unassailable Phil Lynott, the unpronouncable Domhnall Gleeson, the better-than-Ryan-Adams Mandy Moore, deliver a high priority Suits update and provide a deep dive into Ashley's bathtime rituals. All that AND the bag...
6: Don’t They Have Friends & Shit
Coco Hames supplies a confessional theme song this week for an early morning episode in which Ashley and Jamie diversify their crushes. Adoration is given to Trees (Deciduous and Coniferous), the cast of Preacher (Dominic Cooper, Joseph Gilgun, Ruth Negga), Harry Styles and Queen Victoria. Names pulled from the Bag of Hotties take a dark turn with David Bowie, Corey Feldman, and Kiran Culkin but recovers itself with Mary J Blige.
5: A Turnip in a Bag of Pantyhose
Nashville band Tower Defense christens the show with a brand new theme song and Ashley and Jamie hit the classic landmark with their fifth episode. Crushes include John Leguizamo, revisiting Rami Malek and a deep, intellectual, dive into Albert Camus and multi-hyphenate musician-android-actress Janelle Monáe. The Bag of Hotties produces insights for Daniel Kaluuya, Lucy Liu, John Stamos and Nikki Cox.
4: Giant Cats with Muscles
Jamie and Ashley settle the debate on hottest cartoon characters, as well as tackle Barack Obama, drag queen Milk and a rather tender bit of John Goodman discussion.
Episode 3: Pobody’s Nerfect
Jamie opens up about a very specific photo of Martin Landau, Ashley goes to bat for Ray Romano, and the girls deep-dive discuss Dwight Yoakam and Lorde. Plus! Blake Shelton, Prince, Ted McGinley, Alf, and an alarming Suits update.
Episode 2: We Need To Talk About Tilda
This episode, hosts Jamie and Ashley explain their unapologetic disinterest in Friday Night Lights, recent flirtations with Tracee Ellis Ross, the entire cast of The People vs OJ Simpson and explore long standing crushes on do-no-wrong Clive Owen and the mystical Tilda Swinton. They also pull some questionable names from the Bag of Hotties resulting in strong opinions on the likes of Ron Livingston, New Edition, Bruno Mars, Martin Freeman and many more.
Episode 1: We Are Your New Best Friends
Jamie and Ashley introduce the audience to their latest flash-in-the-pan crushes, dissect the hotness of today's most-relevant stars and pull names from a goddamn paper bag and instinctively talk about the hotness of the names of the people, places and/or things in that bag. Notable Hotties Include: Rami Malek, Janine Turner, Rob Morrow, Meghan Markle, Oscar Isaac, Wendy Malick, Mark Hamill, Maggie Gyllenhaal and many more.