It’s the first live podcast from the Bughouse Theater! This week, Pat decides to play his favorite trivia game, Previous Previews. A game where friends, colleges and cohorts get together and shout the titles of old movie trailers. The winner received free tickets to Logan Theater, a Finding Nemo hat and a plastic trophy.
What’s crappening in this episode: Bughouse Theater Presents: Peaches and Hot Sauce Presents: Dilettante Ball: LIVE! Stories from Italy, Tech Decks, sex alarms, how to use a bidet, Snoopy and root beer, Mississippi sucks, too much flesh, breadstick sandwiches, guarding the gates of heaven, The Far Side, space travel will be miserable, poor airplane behavior, violent dreams, Italian cops are hot as fuck, thanks to Andrew Sturtz and Family Values
If you’ve ever wondered if you have what it takes to be a hospital clown, then this is the episode for you. Maggie Jo Saylor and Charlie Madsen join us to deliver some sage relationship advice to a manipulative asshole who thinks his girlfriend has a learning disability (spoiler alert: she doesn’t).
Stephen Merchant, the tall, gangly co-creator of The Office and Extras, steps away from Ricky Gervais’ high-pitched shadow with this cringe-inducing HBO comedy. Merchant stars as Stuart, a British man stumbling his way through the LA dating scene with no help from his roommate and other uncomfortable friends. Audiences were spared the awkwardness when the show was cancelled after eight episodes. Special Guest: Liam Harding
What’s crappening in this episode: Come see our live show on 5/14 at The Bughouse, Hoosiers, Indianopolisopoly, Grousland Rifle, Butterfly Effect, NASL, Crazy Frog, France India, Game Boy Pocket, the best/worst Christmas present, best video game music, Future Madden
The first reality show on One and Done is Buckwild, which is essentially Jersey Shore for West Virginia hicks. A bunch of friends in the backwoods drink, hook-up and go muddin’. What’s muddin’, you may ask? Well Ian, John and special guest Mike Reza talk about that as well as chip eating and truck pool construction. There’s also an appearance by one of the members of the cast.
Gary and Jonathan join Pat in the loft to talk about Austin and Lone Star beer. It’s like PRB, but not for hipsters. After the dance, Tom joins the guys and puts his psychology degree to work by talking about problems. The main problem being a sizable debt Jonathon owes Tom…for talking about his problems.
What’s crappening in this episode: Check out our live show on 5/14 at The Bughouse, Spencer and Johnny live in the same building, Napoleon, Bobby Jindal, creole, parishes, Too Hot for TV, neck rings, Pizza Hut
As the titular character, Bo Burnham created and starred in this mockumentary about a recent high school grad trying to be famous the only way he knows how: by getting a camera crew to follow him make an ass of himself. Zach Stone may have become famous had this MTV show lasted more than one season, but then we wouldn’t be talking about it. Ian and John didn’t have a guest but they still managed to somehow fill an hour talking about fame, friendship and Biff from Back to the Future.
On April 25th, Pat went to C2E2 (The Chicago Comic and Entertainment Expo). While there he ran into all sorts of interesting people. He fan boys it up with old friends, great artists, and his favorite characters. Wow, this place was amazing, and it was more crowded than you could ever imagine.