John and Pat spend an episode doing exactly what the rest of you do at work and click on Wikipedia links until they get bored. The only difference is, they’re not getting paid for it. And they never will be if they keep insulting potential advertisers as they do in this episode. The resistance lives!
John & Pat continue their journey into the past with a look at the films of the 1940s, which millennials may recognize as the decade most of the jokes on The Big Bang Theory come from.
John & Pat take a look at the best films from a decade remembered fondly exclusively by old white men. Which could be any decade, really. You’ll just have to listen to find out which! Or read the episode title.
John & Pat pick their favorite John & Pat bits from all the John & Pat Johns & Pats. John & Pat!
Pop culture guru Steve Mockus returns to settle the most important debate of our time: Prince vs. Michael Jackson. As with most debates, there is disagreement – and also murder most foul.
John & Pat pick their favorite movies from the 2000s, which, strangely, end in 2009. For some reason 2010 is considered the teens, even though that’s obviously complete nonsense. Thanks for nothing, PYTHAGORAS.
John reads Pat’s letters from his vacation in New Orleans. Literally, that’s it. Don’t expect much and you’ll still be disappointed.
John & Pat embrace the new regime by constantly talking while saying nothing – also by coming up with creative new ways to screw the lower classes!
John & Pat drink a toast to the dearly departed of the previous year. Unfortunately, they both try to drink actual toast and end up choking to death in beautifully thematic fashion.
John & Pat pick their best pop culture items of the year. If only they were picking the incoming cabinet, this might be meaningful instead of just masturbatory. But why change the format now?