Matt Kubinski dropped by the Peach Pit to talk podcasting with Pat, but Quentin Tarantino popped in and stepped all over the conversation.
A chubby, bearded, man-child is recruited by three wealthy children to pretend to be their father. The funny part is that it takes place in Tucson? No, no, no, the funny part is… well?… hmmm? Join Ian, John, and special guest Alex Klier as they speculate why it took four entire episodes to air before this show was canceled.
What’s crappening in this episode: Tacit racists, Blackhawks, Gusty, watermelon, Native American languages, WWIII, Anonymous, Charlie Hebdo cover
Courtney Crary and Derek Shoemaker join Alex and James this week to take your Twitter suggestions and turn them into pure, golden comedy. We also offer advice to a young man who recently helped his girlfriend out of a tough situation, and like most good deeds, it did not go unpunished.
We are in the process of building out a new studio. Our contractor drops by to talk about the work he is doing, and the sins of his past.
What’s crappening in this episode: Audio issues, bottom of the barrel, beehives suck, bad mottoes, bad demonyms, good clean jokes, hard to pronounce words, Mormon (Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints (LDS)), Sister Wives
Before Entourage, there were other studio executives acting like turds on the FOX show Action. This Hollywood satire about the making of a big-budget action movie was simply ahead of its time so it couldn’t survive in its own time. Ian, John and special guest Sean Hastings endlessly quote this horrifying, hilarious, brilliant show and make some time to form opinions about it.
Two close friends drop by the studio, and one of them reveals a deep dark Portlandia secret.
What’s crappening in this episode: Equality, Anchorhead, Eet and Ern, National Parks, SECRET RANTS
The answer to all present problems lies 85 million years in the past. The answer to the problems with the prehistoric epic Terra Nova lies in the bottom of a landfill since it was cancelled after 13 episodes. Ian and John were joined by former guests Tyler McGourty, Chelsea Rendlen and Natalie O’Sullivan for this special live episode at the Bughouse Theater to discuss plot holes, stupid dinosaurs and the moral dilemma of sympathizing with criminals.