This is the last recording ever in the Kitchen Studios, so Jack and Pat reminisce about that time they had to reshoot a video because Zack needed to change his shirt. After the dance, the guys are joined by the most professional of maids. Karen Green, cleaning lady extraordinaire, assesses the cleanliness of the world, the kitchen, and deer butts.
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Better late than never, the St. Patrick’s Day episode of Don Doyle. Don got too drunk to get this one up in time. Recorded the day after St. Patrick’s Day, Don was supposed to be the Grand Marshall of the parade. But like most things in his life, he messed that up too.
What’s crappening in this episode: Monster Blood IV, I Am Haunted, passion, CTA creeps, #SpiritBox, counties, D.A.R.E. Song, naked hiking, demonic niece, Night on Bald Mountain
Bradley Cooper starred in two of the three highest grossing movies of 2014 (would have been three but some jackass said he was too tall for Josh Hutcherson’s part). However, ten years ago, his beautiful blue eyes could not save this foodservice sitcom from getting chopped after four episodes. Ian and John were lucky enough to be joined by special guest Fran Hoepfner who wrote an article all about the show for The AV Club.
Alex and James gladly welcome the improv team that is widely considered to be the sexiest in town: Law Dog! John Patrick Coan, Luke Null, Zack Mast, and Alex Nichols join us to decompress about the St. Patrick’s Day crime blotter, then we visit reddit.com/r/sex and learn about body stockings, and Zack’s first masturbation experience. How are you not listening yet?
Patrick W and Zack M, P&HS writers and old friends, join Pat in the kitchen to talk about brunch and awkward invitations. After the dance, they are joined by friendship coach and broken record Winter Slivers. Pat and Zack have been fighting, and Winter has some difficulty mending the cracks. You see, he recently suffered some trauma worse than that between Zack and Pat’s friendship…or maybe not?
The Inbetweeners was revered in its original UK run as hilariously innovative and insightful, leading to three seasons and two movies. As a result, the show was shipped across the pond to MTV with the same characters and plot to disastrous results. Poor ratings and a vindictive audience reaction led to a brief twelve episode run on the same network that gave Snooki three different shows. Nevertheless, Ian and John had a surprising reaction to the high school comedy; Along with special guest Kimberly “Earnest” Michelle Vaughn.
What’s crappening in this episode: Excelsior, no worse place than Long Island, Korner Pizza, #EatFresh, Borscht Belt, Ben Nye the Makeup Guy, Colonial accents, Grummy and Leftwich
This week, Mary Beth Smith and Pat catch up over a dumb movie and a lame interview. Luckily, they are joined by Sazerac Jim, their newest oldest friend. He is the bartender at the famed Alonzo’s and can mix a mean cocktail. Pat serves up some swell swill, Jim is quick with a joke, and Mary Beth has never been to North Dakota.