Last Week Tonight's Josh Gondelman and storyteller Jonathan Braedley Welch sit down with Brock Wilbur, Rob Ondarza, and Joe Starr to discuss Bad Christmases, Boston Folks, Seinfeld Phones, Spooky Books, and so much more. Soundtrack by Hot Chip.
The Devastator creators and editors Amanda Meadows and Geoffrey Golden sit down with Brock Wilbur, Joe Starr, and Rob Ondarza to discuss Mega Man, Bad People, Dumb Marcus, Fantasy Fights, Cosplay Solutions, Apocalyptic Snuggles, and so much more. Soundtrack by Bullet & Snowfox.
Kotaku journalist Nathan Grayson sits down with Brock Wilbur and Rob Ondarza to discuss internet friendships, offensive offensivity, Mario Bros, bad movies, great music, nightmare regrets, and so much more. Soundtrack by The Prodigy.
Comedians Tess Barker, Brandie Posey, and Barbara Gray sit down with Brock Wilbur, Rob Ondarza, and Joe Starr to discuss their upcoming tour and secret women things about women. Stop reading this and download our most delightful episode ever. Soundtrack by It Was Romance.
Comedians Lisa Friedrich (Austin) and Ryan Thompson (Oil City) sit down with Brock Wilbur at a gateway to Hell in Stull, Kansas during the Riptide Comedy Festival to discuss Hacker Names, Tiny Satans, Wedding Vows, Truck Height, Dead Moms, and so much more. Soundtrack by Open Mike Eagle. If you're near North Carolina, Brock is in town all week for the Cape Fear Comedy Festival. Also, Rye Silverman's "Intimate Apparel" album is now available everywhere.
Musician/comedian Nadia Osman, comedian Doug Mellard, and comedian Rye Silverman stop by to chat with Brock Wilbur, Rob Ondarza, Joe Starr, and Ashley Flowers about Secret Briefcases, Hidden Codes, Sex Touching, TV Musicals, Album Recordings, Earth Quest, Dead Fish, Science Discounts, Advanced Fear, Fandom Outliers, Simpsons Sounds, Kissing Boys, and so much more. Soundtrack by Ex Cops.
Video game journalist / hot pepper enthusiast Jared Rosen and comedian James Fritz sit down with Brock Wilbur, Joe Starr, Rob Ondarza, and Ashley Flowers to shout drunkenly in a near-incomprehensible hour about 9/11 and Andrew W.K. and Kentucky and God knows what else. Just a real horror show. Soundtrack by Royal Blood.
TV Writer Sarah Tapscott (Kroll Show, Review), comedian Maggie Mae Fish, musical comedian Hannah Gansen, and steadicam operator Twojay Dhillon sit down with Brock Wilbur, Rob Ondarza, Joe Starr, and Ashley Flowers to discuss Truck Jumps, Frat Moves, Night Moves, Gentlemen Games, Atheist Sports, Expectation Hangovers, Midwest Pasts, Sideboob Episodes, and so much more. Soundtrack provided by SPELLS and featuring some live tracks by Hannah Gansen.
Comedian Janine Brito, film critic Will Goss, and author Amy Spalding sit down with Brock Wilbur, Rob Ondarza, and Ashley Flowers stop by to discuss Ghost Homes, Manson Books, Real Murders, Teen Kisses, Scottish Ties, Blood Paints, Hot Breading, Hot Bearding, Ted Tad, Snowpiercer Words, Dying Industries, Boyfriend College, and so much more. Soundtrack from IT FOLLOWS by Disasterpeace.
Musical comedian and actress Rachel Bloom and comedian/future wrestler Janel SantaCruz stop by to talk with Brock Wilbur, Rob Ondarza, Joe Starr, and Ashley Flowers about Sondheim Slams, Rap Battles, Chappie Sorrow, Wine Naps, Ex-Girlfriends, Fighty Men, Marc Webb, Terror Planes, Wahlberg Pockets, UI Integration, SCRUFF Love, and so much more. Soundtrack provided by Rachel Bloom from her album "Please Love Me".