In the internet mob justice system, thought crimes are considered especially heinous. On the internet, the dedicated detectives who investigate these vicious felonies are members of an elite squad known as the Thought Cops. These are their stories.
This week, we are joined by Chicago comedian Alex Prevolos of the comedy group The Storefront! They’re always doing lots of cool things, so be sure to check them out!
Here’s our Shrek Fest video we mentioned in the episode if you haven’t seen it already:
If you are a subscriber on Patreon, a new episode of our other show Fire Bros released this week! You’re not gonna wanna miss this one, and for just $2, it’s all yours! We’ve also beefed up our $10 Patreon tier, so feel free to bump up your subscriptions if you’d like.
Sorry, maybe that was a bit of a weird flex. But… OK?
Kanye is back on twitter, and he says he’s been bamboozled! That’s right- hornswaggled! Tampered with! Tricked!!! He’s been Smeckledorfed! Well, it comes to an end, now. The only way possible: with Rick and Morty memes.
Ben and Jerry’s released a new ice cream called “Pecan Resist” this week. This is sure to change everything.
Halloween may be over, but that can only mean one thing. That’s right: post-Halloween problematic costume backlash! You’re not gonna believe this one folks, so stay tuned.
As always, we got some HOT listener voicemails for ya. And hey, go ahead and leave your own at 312-788-7361. Thanks for listening! Oh yeah, subscribe to us on YouTube.
Donate to our Patreon HERE! Welcome to Episode 6 of Fire Bros! This month, we’re talking John Wick, Netflix’s Daredevil (Season 1), Sorry to Bother You, Disenchantment Season 1, and Over the Garden Wall. Big thanks to everyone for the constant and the consistent support. We’ve hit our first patreon goal, so we’re working on some more stuff so we can do to grow the show. Don’t forget to drop a comment with some suggestions for what else you’d like to see us review for these bonus episodes!
Alcohol- is it good or bad? You listen to this episode and be the judge. We partied a little too hard on pre-Halloween weekend, and look at what’s become of us. Thank you Zwick and GUMSHOE Niko for coming along for the ride.
This week, Justin Bieber eats a burrito the wrong way, and the internet loses it’s mind! Who gives a fuck.
Apu is set to leave The Simpsons and Springfield behind, and Elon Musk is forced to face his age with the age old question: what are your dankest memes?
Remember when we used to binge-eat candy on Halloween instead of binge-drinking cheap liquor? I don’t anymore.
It’s Halloween time. So get ready for an influx of skeleton gifs and “2 spoopy” culture that’s almost too cute to step all over, but fuck it, that’s why we’re here.
To take a page out of Kleenex’s book: this episode is Man-Sized.
Lawsuits against comedians have been all the rage this year, and now fellow podcast host (yes we just held you in the same regard as us) Will Menaker of Chapo Trap House is being sued by former Trump Adviser Jason Miller for likening him to a “rat face baby killer.” We can’t determine if that meant he looked like he killed rat-faced babies, or if he was a baby killer who had a rat face. I suppose it doesn’t matter.
It’s a bad time to be a nameless character wandering around a town in a JRPG, because twitter has begun banning the “NPC meme”. If you told me this sentence a year ago, I’d laugh. If you told it to me today, I’d cry. Did I do it on the episode? Listen and find out.
Oh yeah. We talk about Gritty.
Thanks to everyone who left us a voicemail: 312-788-7361. You can also participate on-air in the live chat every week by donating to us on Patreon. See you next week!
We are joined by Deputy Peter who lends us his side of the emotional labor in this year’s edition of “Halloween Costumes That Might Be Awkward To Show Up At A Party In”. Deputy Niko stops by to chime in as well!
Taylor Swift broke her political silence this week. And we’ve been waiting on pins and needles to offer our opinions on the matter. At last, you can hear them on this episode.
We also talk about Alec Baldwin coming down with a nasty case of consumption (read: irony poisoning), and the ill-advised “#HimToo” movement. This is why we can’t have nice things (heard a funny character in Anchorman say this line, thought I’d try it out here)
For more hilarious content, stick around for fan voicemails, and be sure to leave your own at 312-788-7361. We do this every damn week! Thanks everyone for your continued support of the show, and don’t forget to follow us on twitch for all kinds of “heated gaming moments” as well, such as trying to find the last three music notes in a Banjo-Kazooie stage. Jesus.
Hold on tight. That’s right. We’re back. And we’re joined by Mike Mancini of the Black Sheep, once again! Mike talks about the Black Sheep’s newest interactive video series “Comment Below”. Have a look for yourself and join in on the fun:
We reached our first stretch goal on Patreon! Thank you so much to all who donate, and if ya haven’t? You’re missin’ out on the live discord chats, and if this episode is any indication, things can get a little heated.
Speaking of heat (*high fives self*), we also released a new episode of our Patreon-exclusive spin-off podcast “Fire Bros”! We discuss whether or not certain media is safe for public consumption… or if it it should be scorched from this plane of existence. This month we dig through Shovel Knight, Glow, Gurren Lagann, and Incredibles 2. Feelings may get hurt along the way this time. Stay tuned.
Grant talks about his near-death experience with a uniquely “handicapped” uber driver. Kevin discusses /our guy/ guys, and Mike tells us why everyone’s fat ass thought this episode was a chicken nugget.
Speaking of near death experiences (*high fives my friends*), we discuss the man in the purple hoodie, “Cuck Norris”. Honestly, you just need to see this.
The “Curvy Wife” guy tries to sue Babe.net, and virtual idol Kizuna aims to take down Logan and Jake Paul. This sounds like some Skynet type shit, but honestly fuck those guys, it’s worth it.
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