John and Pat take a look at the TV shows of old and compare them to today’s crop. Which era will come out the winner? The answer will shock and delight you. And also make you rethink all your life decisions. Don’t blame us if you walk out of your comfortable existence for a road trip into the seedy underbelly of the American dream!
Legitimate actress/musician Ana Golja and big-shot creator/producer Jonathan Hirsch join the guys from America’s 51st state (Canada!) to talk about their new comedy project, Fare Trade. This episode unofficially sponsored by BUNZ, which can feel free to send us a check as they see fit.
Vivian does her yearly guest spot to grade all the best the networks have to offer. And as usual, their best would end up on most people’s trash fires. So enjoy, won’t you?
John & Pat once again compare the ’80s to the ’10s, and once again prove the past was a huge load of crap. Of course, they also prove that so is the present. Why even bother doing anything? Just quit your dumb job and collect unemployment.
John & Pat predict the Emmy winners with the stunning accuracy you’ve come to expect from two guys with no showbiz experience or insight. And who doesn’t enjoy hearing semi-educated guesses about events that have already taken place? That’s what death cults are built on!
“David joins the guys to finally answer the question that’s been plaguing all of us since the 20th century: Who’s better – Lucille Ball or Motörhead? The answer may surprise and delight you! If you’re psychotic.
John and Pat tackle the illegal alien issue in a way those do-nothings in the government never thought of: by comparing two television shows. Who’s to say which method is more likely to heal the country? Jeremy Piven? I don’t think so.
It’s that time of year again – when hope turns to despair as the promise of the new TV season gives way to mediocre reality. So be sure and listen to this exciting episode!
John & Pat look at 2 popular but terrible TV shows, but unfortunately John’s audio gets all squirrelly halfway through the episode. Still, it’s easier to get through than either of these shows.
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!