If television is a horse race, then HBO’s pick broke its leg right out of the gate. Join Ian, John, and special guest Joe Groeller as they try to figure out what’s going on, all while translating Nick Nolte’s insane mumbling into English.
Patrick Winegar is back and this week he talks with a former NASA Mission Control technician Christie Grace about what it’s like sending things into outer space for a living. This is the most interesting conversation yet, and is followed by a robust Q&A. But first, a presentation about the Moon landing from the local Space Club!
What’s crappening in this episode: Part 2 of 2, Minnesota is civilization, the Great Gatsby, bad tourism, Crazy Horse, Matthew Lesko, The Original Magic Bullet, dope can opener
After Entourage, Kevin Dillon’s future looked bleak. Then this show came along and that outlook didn’t change. Cast away by CBS, How to Be a Gentleman is yet another multi-cam sitcom that suffers terribly too many cooks. Ian and John flew solo on this one and hit a rare state of lucidity, which exposed beautiful opportunities and dire consequences.
Mandy Sellers and Derek Shoemaker join Alex and James to give some sage advice to a young man who is forbidden to take prescription medicine from his girlfriend. We also see a homeless man who sounds an awful lot like Bill Cosby.
What’s crappening in this episode: Too much vacation, Halloween Horror Nights, Insidious, Scareactor secrets, our first two-parter, terrible mottos, nobody lives in North Dakota, we’re anti-fracking, North Korean border city, legendary, A to C, shopping malls, avoiding Star Wars, JK rowling announcements
Which one of your friends is the spy? Is it the the human computer, the one with an eye patch and a glass eye (not the same eye), or perhaps it’s the man with can hands!?
Father of the Pride follows the joys and pitfalls of the lead lion in Siegfried and Roy’s magic show. These include pot jokes, lesbian chipmunks, sex with the elderly and Matt Lauer vendettas, all from the studio that brought you Shrek. Ian, John and special guest Elise Sieracki discuss just how twisted an animated show about talking lions can be.
This week, we’re joined by two friends with an improv team neither Alex and James feel comfortable telling you the name of. Rich Alfonso and Miguel Lepe share some cogent insights about sex and relationships, and then take your twitter suggestions.
Jack Pelzer takes the wheel this week and assembles a pack of top notch writers to re-envision the legendary failed pilot Poochinski. These dirty canines find new ways to explore a gritty world of inexplicable transformations, overt sexism, and terrible puns.