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.
This week, Yasmine Baharloo and Eric Akeson join Alex and James to finally figure out how to cyber. Thankfully, we’ve got a helpful guide in a circa 1997 how-to video. We also see what happens when two kids in a trench coat successfully pull off their ruse for far too long, and Alex’s marriage is nearly ended on a hunch.
What’s crappening in this episode: Furious 7, Paul Wall, Hang On Sloopy, Hillary 2016, Pizza Break, shout out to Liz Anderson, people leaving Ohio, Advantage Rental Car Shuttle Bus Driver, Yuengling, Hateful 8, The Force Awakens, Star Wars emoji, It Follows is good, Lobot
One season takes place in one night in one bar on this week’s One and Done. The high concept “Mixology” struck a cord with some but failed to hit with others since it wasn’t renewed after its initial 13 episode run. Ian, John and special guest Chelsea Rendlen had some different opinions but were able to discuss them in an entertaining but civil way. After the microphone shut off though, it was a bloodbath.
Jack Pelzer joins Pat to talk about the difference between Logan Square and Wicker Park, and the evolution of an envelope factory. After the dance, the guys are joined by Arletta Manicotti who runs with a dangerous crew and cooks a mean dish. Things really heat up when they start talking about rosemary, her baby and Mia Farrow’s watery eyes.
On this podcast, Pat is joined by Pat and right away they decide to call each other Pat and Patrick so no one gets confused. After the dance, they are joined by Mistress Valcrocia. She runs a dark dungeon in the basement of Pat’s(Patrick’s?) new Logan Square estate. Pat and Patrick get real excited at the concept of a D&D club just a few floors away, but Mistress Valcrocia has a different game in mind.
Jake Ross and Jack Bensinger join us to celebrate the first show of their Harold Team: the (Sherbert or Sherbet) Boys. We learn that Jake can’t be trusted to keep track of summer campers, Jack is a skilled martial artist, and that there’s a simple way of removing things that swim to far upstream, so to speak.