We get into it early with Sam Mamaghani and Cam Johnson, who waste no time revealing some truly embarassing moments from their past. We see an underwear salesperson who is truly committed to ther job, a peculiar way to care for an ice rink, and we take your (dependebly ridiculous) Twitter suggestions!
Friend of the show Patrick McDonald joins James and Alex this week to discuss the dangers of fireworks and being a professional athlete. We also take your (silly, stupid) suggestions from twitter and create magic out of thin air. Also, sage sex advice is given to a young person whose significant other orgasms #likeagirl.
This episode is all killer and NO filler as first time guest Adal Rifai joins third-timer Scott Piebenga to deal out some much needed sex advice to someone left out of a threesome in a crucial way. We also rent-a-friend for the day and discover how to seduce women with the help of hypnotism!
We’re joined by first-timers Kelsier Ozamiz and Jessica Lauren Scott. We quickly submit them to the full battery of improv tests given to any new guest of the show, including a reddit relationship advice, a found footage fest clip, and of course, plugs. Be sure to listen for the VERY gross sex sound effect!
This week JPC and Nico Carter join us to take your suggestions from twitter and transform them into comedy fool’s gold. We visit the set of a Sci-Fi B movie directed by JJ Abrams, find out why Phil has all of those cages, and finally answer whether or not we’re recording.
Our fearless leader Patrick O’Rourke and friend of the show Liz Anderson join us to talk about men’s rights and Mad Max: Fury Road. We give out some much needed relationship advice to a redditor who is dealing with some modern communication problems, and we find out that Counting Crows and Green Day ensnare young people and trick them into loving the devil and three chord punk. <3
Phoebe Stonebraker and Brad Pike join us this week to watch a few videos from Found Footage Fest! One shows that Jesus is probably not the best candidate for an office job, and the other unlocks big head mode. Settle in and let’s do some age play!
If you’ve ever wondered if you have what it takes to be a hospital clown, then this is the episode for you. Maggie Jo Saylor and Charlie Madsen join us to deliver some sage relationship advice to a manipulative asshole who thinks his girlfriend has a learning disability (spoiler alert: she doesn’t).
This week, Yasmine Baharloo and Eric Akeson join Alex and James to finally figure out how to cyber. Thankfully, we’ve got a helpful guide in a circa 1997 how-to video. We also see what happens when two kids in a trench coat successfully pull off their ruse for far too long, and Alex’s marriage is nearly ended on a hunch.
Jake Ross and Jack Bensinger join us to celebrate the first show of their Harold Team: the (Sherbert or Sherbet) Boys. We learn that Jake can’t be trusted to keep track of summer campers, Jack is a skilled martial artist, and that there’s a simple way of removing things that swim to far upstream, so to speak.