Tony Marion chronicles his mother's quest to take down the forgotten 90s alt rock band The Toadies.
Joel Murphy and Lars Periwinkle are joined by their friend and former HoboTrashcan contributor Fontina Turner. The trio discuss the hardworking cats who put in their eight hours a day at cat cafes, their hopes for the future of Doctor Who and the bizarre public backlash to
Tony Marion shines a spotlight on one of his favorite guilty pleasure websites - Shesahomewrecker.com.
Joel Murphy reviews James Gunn's second installment in his Marvel Cinematic Universe franchise Guardians of the Galaxy.
Two Star Wars posts from the vault in honor of Star Wars Day.
A look at the most-likely candidates to replace Daniel Craig as James Bond.
We talk to Lapkus about last year's Comedy Bang Bang tour, her charming improvised scenes in Jurassic World and her portrayal of a surprisingly-sympathetic adulterer in Pete Holmes' Crashing. We also get to the bottom of whether or not she's ever seen Paul F. Tompkins in casual
Tony Marion breaks up with Guitar Center (and their annoying mailing list).
In 2014, we talked to Glenn Howerton about It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia's longevity, the differences between acting on your own show and someone else's (Fargo) and how his parents talked him out of being a scientist.
Joel Murphy and Lars Periwinkle talk about the sustainability of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, the lost art of captivating movie posters and the importance of moisturizing. Joel also inadvertently coins a new phrase.