Rob Has a Web Show: Whitney-Gate, Community’s Hiatus & Sasha Grey

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It’s Tuesday, November 15th and Rob Cesternino and Nicole Cesternino are back with another edition of Rob Has a Web Show, courtesy of the good people at Nicole is back from her alleged nursing conference in Las Vegas last week and rejoins Rob for this week’s show. Nicole also breaks the news that she will be doing the first ever video version of Nicole has a Girlcast on Friday, November 18th at 12 pm EST / 9 am PST. On today’s show Rob and Nicole discuss:

– What are the latest happenings in the ongoing drama surrounding Survivor South Pacific contestant, Whitney Duncan. After People magazine revealed that Whitney may already be married despite having a relationship with fellow castmate Keith Tollefson on the show. Today there is additional news courtesy of US Weekly that while Whitney was indeed married during the filming of Survivor South Pacific, she actually did not cheat on her husband – instead the article claims that they broke up and then Whitney pursued a relationship with Keith.

– NBC announced its mid-season lineup this week which saw the return of 30 Rock, a move for the Whitney Cummings show and a hiatus for Rob Has a Podcast Favorite, Community. Rob recently discussed the uncertain future for Community with Gordon Holmes in the last edition of Rob Has a Web Show. We also explain how Whitney moving to Wednesday is a good thing for Survivor.

– We then discuss the controversy starring former adult film stat Sasha Grey and her effort to bring literacy to young people. Sasha Grey has come under fire for reading to first graders in Compton this past week. Grey who has also appeared on Entourage and in the film “The Girlfriend Experience” has not worked in porn for the last two years. Rob and Nicole discuss whether Sasha Grey should or should not be allowed to read to children.

– Plus we tackle all of your questions and take your video calls on the latest edition of Rob Has a Web Show.

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