Category: Comedy

Make sure your giga pet is fed & pop on some B*Witched because we’re dialing up our internet to tell you about the next new (well…sort of) show on Hulu, PEN15, which premiered February 8, 2019. Relive every awkward middle school moment with us as we find out if this gave us straight A’s, or if this AIM screen name should be changed to Cance11Ed.

Flip on the stock market channel and treat yourself to a bag of cocaine – you’ve earned it! We’re going to put our money into some Apple stock, the 1980’s docu-comedy Black Monday premiered on Showtime on January 20th, 2019, and there’s a hot tip that they might make out alright. How’s the return on investment looking? Take a listen to find out!

Get out your Constitution and your puppy pistol, because this week Sacha Baron Cohen asks Who Is America? in a new series that premiered July 15th, 2018 on Showtime. This new series is causing controversy all over the place. So come take a seat in the Truthbrary and see what we mean!

Are you ready to combine two things that go together perfectly? You know, like PB&J? Mac and Cheese? Dirty gyms and prestigious performing art schools? Because Champions premiered March 8, 2018 on NBC and boy do they find a way to really bring worlds together. This week we talk about Mindy Kaling’s new project that may just be the Dirty Jobs/Glee crossover we’ve all been asking for.

Class is in session because AP Bio premiered February 1, 2018 on NBC. This week we had a chat with our favorite Biology teacher (and special guest host) to discuss the scholarly new sitcom on the block that begs the question: will these kids ever actually learn biology?

Kevin (Probably) Saves The World premiered October 3, 2017 on ABC. We got in touch with our godly sides this week as we discuss how down-on-his-luck Kevin is going to metaphorically and literally hug the people until the world is once again safe from destruction. Yes, really.

Young Sheldon premiered September 25, 2017 on CBS. We nerd out this week, but that shouldn’t be too shocking since grown up Sheldon is probably the most well-known nerd. Or in the very least, the nerd with the most Emmys from the wildly popular Big Bang Theory. Listen to us give this prequel a whirl!

Ghosted premiered October 1, 2017 on Fox. This week we were graced by the presence of our very first guest on the pod to talk about possibly the most misnamed show to have ever been created. We will try to give it a pass though as we dive into this new comedy starring the hilariously talented Craig Robinson and Adam Scott.

The Mayor premiered October 3, 2017 on ABC. Just like in politics, things get controversial this week when we discuss what happens when someone completely and utterly unqualified for public office somehow stumbles into a leadership role. I know, very unrealistic, but ABC shoots for the stars on this one!

My, Myself & I premiered September 25, 2017 on CBS. This week we’re trying to re-invent the podcast wheel by talking about what happens when sitcoms try to get a little too meta. Spoiler alert, this show has already gotten the axe, but it doesn’t make it any less fun to talk about!

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