What’s crappening in this episode: Kansas City Improv Festival, hit by a car, shoutout to Brad Pike, Goofy sings Evanescence, state tartans, Civil War states, karstic land, Detroit restaurants, self-driving cars, senior photo bibs, undershirts
The library is at risk of going extinct, and it is up to Peaches and Hot Sauce to save it! Join Patrick Winegar, and the crew as we attempt to liberate the library from certain destruction. Special guest, Chris Crotwell (a real life librarian) helps guide us to find the true virtue of books, and the amazing ways libraries change lives forever.
So get this. There are 5 children. Just wait. They’re QUINTUPLETS! But wait, it gets better. They are all DRASTICALLY DIFFERENT from one another. But wait, it gets better. Andy Richter is the dad and a naked chick from Hung is the mom. This week Ian, John, and special guest Zack Mast try to figure out why this show had 22 episodes, but Andy Richter Controls the Universe only had 19.
In this episode James tells you what’s so great about sailor moon character sheets, what you should do about describing actions in combat, and how to handle two players with the same specialization.
Part 2 of our Overshare.tv extravagenza is here! Matt, Alex, James, Dan, and Brett continue their discussion of video games, and finish their top 3 favorite games of all time. We meet a new ninja from Mortal Kombat that’s sure to be a crowd pleasure, and we reload a save on a date until we get it right…well, close enough.
What’s crappening in this episode: X-Files is very dope, #JonestownMassacre, The Dust Bowl, Nickelodeon Toys “R” Us Shopping Spree, baby boomers are awful, crabs on mars, the slavery issue, Shoutout to Harrison George, Kansas is the Bernie Sanders of states, mold maps
Joss Whedon’s space Western Firefly only lasted 14 episodes but inspired one of the most rabid cult fanbases in modern TV history. Ian, John and special (second time) guest Justin Lynk tried desperately to do it justice by praising the character study while skimming the surface of the behind-the-scenes insanity.
P&HS found people willing to dish the dirt, and play the classic game “I’ve Got a Secret” in front of a live audience. Things go off the rails pretty quickly, but we learned quite a bit about one another. It was a growing experience and saved Pat from having to go to therapy this week.
What’s crappening in this episode: Nerf or Nothing, Salem ghost tour, the emphasis on the wrong syllable, flaps on the skin bag, shut up about Oregon Trail, Alphabet, Skynet vs. The Matrix, avoiding Star Wars ads, same sex bathrooms
Patrick O’Rourke hands the reins of the show to Patrick Winegar to guarantee that everyone gets super confused. Pat (W not O) does the first episode of a new series called Punching the Clock. In this series Pat (again W not O) talks to interesting people about their interesting jobs. On today’s show we meet a campaign manager who dishes the dirt on working with politicians, and dirty politicians take the stage to partake in the 2015 Peaches and Hot Sauce Presidential caucus.