John & Pat pick their favorite new shows from the fall 2016 season. Consequently, this episode is only 2 minutes long.
John & Pat pick their favorite John & Pat bits from all the John & Pat Johns & Pats. John & Pat!
Pat & John rate their favorite Simpsons episodes – because who better to judge comedy legends than two guys whose qualifications are talking on the phone?
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 & Pat travel back (mentally) to the 1950s for a radio show where racism, misogyny and terrible jokes were the cultural norm. They also listen to an old episode of Amos ‘n’ Andy.
John’s program of torturing Pat with screamy music finally comes to an end with the last installment of their Hüsker Dü album reviews. Will Pat exact his revenge? Or will John force him to do a series on the discography of Motörhead? Why are there no bands with umlauts anymore? And most importantly: why should you care?
John & Pat tackle the classic debates: Dogs vs. cats! Surrealism vs. Hallmark! Alien vs. Predator! Or, you know, they just talk about comic strips like a couple of 12-year-olds.
Are you in the mood to listen to 3 middle-aged white guys talk about the difficulties of their high school days and geek out over ’80s culture for a couple hours? Then look no further than this episode. And also 90% of the other podcasts out there.
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.