John & Pat celebrate Father’s Day a week late with two sitcoms about dads, in honor of all the real dads out there who were always late for the important events in their children’s lives. Thanks for the years of therapy, family!
Pat & John compare two shows about drunks and drug abusers, subjects they certainly have no familiarity with. As children they, like most of their generation, took Nancy Reagan’s words to heart. Straight edge 4ever!
John & Pat pick their favorite new shows from the fall 2016 season. Consequently, this episode is only 2 minutes long.
Pat & John rate their favorite Simpsons episodes – because who better to judge comedy legends than two guys whose qualifications are talking on the phone?
John & Pat compare two political sitcoms from different eras: one from a time when a criminal republican in the White House nearly destroyed the country, and one from when Nixon was in office.
Having a terrible year like the rest of us? Need something to cheer you up? The Earwolf network has plenty of podcasts for that. If you want to stay confused and angry, John & Pat are where it’s at!
John & Pat look at the different versions of “Westworld” and use the discussion to finally reveal which one of them is the robot. The answer will shock and delight you!
John & Pat examine the rich history of SNL debate skits. So, just like at the real debate, the topic mostly centers on “The Girl On The Train” and Lin-Manuel Miranda.
Vivian makes her annual appearance on the podcast to talk about the new fall season. Spoiler alert: if you’ve been dreaming of day when numerous decades-old mediocre movies were made into series, 2016 is going to be a bonanza.
John & Pat pick their favorite Seinfeld episodes, but, being cultural rebels, they completely ignore the ones where Ross and Rachel get together and Edith is assaulted in her home. These guys can’t be tamed, America! They’re too pure for this world.