Best Friends of the show Justine Krueger and Cat McDonnell join Alex and James this week to dicuss our ongoing theme of 2015: best friendship! We meet a woman who believes that energy drinks are the work od the devil, hear from a boyfriend who is concerned for his girlfriend’s digestive health, and learn that Santa’s side piece is a Greek god.
What’s crappening in this episode: What we do, people from South Carolina’s flag, are we Chicagoans, South of the Border, Mexican jumping beans, #KoozinUSA, Area 51, parentheticals, saying cheers, aluminium, diphthongs, quitting jobs, wolves
What happens when you take a “real” fake version of Ferris Bueller, move him to California, and recast Jennifer Aniston as his sister? You get 13 episodes that lack John Hughes’ approval, but makes up for it with a whole lot of 90’s.
With Don’s pending divorce inching closer and closer, Don decides it best to have his lawyers on to talk about the whole situation. They also happen to represent his wife. Get ready for some truth!
This week James and Alex try to sing on the show for the very first time. Helping them through this traumatizing experience are musical improv experts and hosts of Vamp at MCL, Keenan Camp and Brandon Price. We listen as a weather man confesses his forbidden love of thundersnow, see why God is the best wingman on heaven and Earth, and get banned from a very important, not funny museum.
What’s crappening in this episode: Review us on iTunes, Seward’s Icebox, Who Wants to be a Millionaire, Let’s Make a Deal, anti-vaxxers, kissing with tongue, Chex Quest, Jesse Ventura, The Troubles
Ben Stiller wasn’t always Derek Zoolander or Greg Focker or Evan from “The Watch.” In the early 90s, Ben Stiller and Judd Apatow collaborated on this ahead-of-its-time sketch show that pulled together mock interviews and absurd satire into one hilarious whole. The show also featured the talents of Bob Odenkirk, Janeane Garofalo and a sober Andy Dick. Ian and John shared their strong and completely correct opinions of the show with friend and theme music artist Chris Workman.
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We’re back! After two long months without being extremely stupid, we get it all out of our systems with two of our dear friends of the show, Nico Carter and Brandon Shockney! We discuss an argument Alex got into at a Korean spa parking lot, hear an incredible British accent from Nico, and give advice to a young woman who has adopted Japanese culture as her own.
What’s crappening in this episode: Howard Stern video games, Opima Spolia, Elizabeth Warren, Title II, Berkshares, New Bedford, Bong Sounds, monster truck shows, Brian Williams is a liar