What’s crappening in this episode: Stealing athletes, Nanook of the North, Spencer thinks everything is fake – this makes Johnny sad, should we do a 12-hour livestream show, passion for North Korea, Sphere isn’t scary, don’t feel bad for not liking Radiohead, #FuckScrubs, Natalie Portman is on a spectrum, describing the plot of Memento in Spanish.
The Podcastaways are back this week and still scheming for ways to get off the island, and as luck would have it, a traveling sales snake by the name of Seafus Boseafus may have the tools they’re looking for. With Justin the Clam and the Spiders making an appearance, it’s a very silly episode of Podcastaways. We recommend you get into it.
Don discusses the recent rulings on gay marriage in several states and gets into to what it means for America. Sam has his own take on marriage that will make you wonder if you are even truly married. While Ernie shares some details about the intimate times and Renee is in full support. Get ready for some truth!
We have a special holiday treat for you, heroes! It just happens to be a little late. This week we are celebrating the festival of lights with some hard boiled crime. James and Kat are joined by special guest, rabbinical student Sam Kaye to take on mystery and murder. If you are a fan of Deadlands, you are going to love the updates they made in Deadlands Nior. This is the perfect opportunity to see how the system plays.
This week, Clare and Pat are joined by Dan Diddio, a food inspector who is at the top of his game. He has been out in the field for a long time and has the horror stories to prove it. Dan brings along the cleanest food samples known to man, and Clare creates a new organism.
This week we celebrate the life of Paul Walker with our two special guests: Lisa Barber and Robert Bacon. We make our picks of which celebrities will follow in the rule of threes, we hear about Bacon in college, and Batman gets an intervention from his close friends and mortal enemies.
What’s crappening in this episode: Gerrymandering, flipping the script, Monty Python reunion, Crazy British money, 2 Cokes = 1 Milk, #BaseSixty, Borax, Vote for Pedro, Selfie, Precious Moments, war doesn’t count.
With the recent exposure on NFL locker rooms and adult bullying, Don gets into it with major anti-bullying player Theo Wurst- an old ‘friend.’ Actually, they weren’t friends. But the intern Sam is there to help Don, while Ernie and Renee don’t see the big deal with poking a little fun. Get ready for some truth.
To celebrate the pilgrims who first settled the United States we decided to ask ourselves a question: What caused the terraforming colony in “Aliens” to get completely overrun? At ONE SHOT we believe that it was probably some folks with misplaced ambition and poor impulse control. This week, James along with Pat O’Rourke, Derek Ford, and Adam Dodds play a game of “Fiasco” with an original playset to explore that question.
It’s Thanksgiving Day in the Kitchen Studios! The stuffing smells great and the merlot is flowing.
Jack and Pat are finishing up their dinner prep, when their first guest arrives at the wrong time. Jebediah lets it all hang out after he discovers that he has traveled 300 years into the future after the very first Thanksgiving where he has the biggest hat and a whole bunch of witch problems.