023 – Sweaty Bald Boys (Feat. Matt Goodwin)

“The Old Blue Mayor She Ain’t What She Used To Be” (Season 29, Episode 6)

The Dynamic Duo, plus first-time guest Matt Goodwin, endure record temperatures in Pat’s apartment, but thankfully also get to watch a solid Simpsons episode.

Hosted by Patrick Brennan, Craig Mazerolle, and Matt Goodwin
Research by Craig Mazerolle
Produced by Patrick Brennan
Logo by Stephen Belyea
Featuring audio clips from The Simpsons episode “The Old Blue Mayor She Ain’t What She Used To Be”.
Theme – “Children’s TV 2” by Dorian Kelly

060 – For Legal Purposes (with Brian Edwards)

Logo by Scott Latimer

As the summer vacation continues the Wrestle Daddies go south… deep south to meet the perfect southern Gentleman – Cash Debonair. Now for legal purposes we can’t go into too much information about his wrestling promotion, but we can say that he has won many awards for his debutantes. I mean wrestlers. Damn it.

Hosted and Cut by Brett Loughery and Jake Martin
Guest Host – Brian Edwards
Logo by Scott Latimer
Theme – ‘The Invincible Eagle’ by John Philip Sousa as performed by the United States Marine Band

022 – Clowns And Frowns

“Fears Of A Clown” (Season 29, Episode 14)

After a short break to celebrate their home and native land (and to be terribly, terribly sick) the guys return with an episode that is the picture of what you could call a “mixed bag”.

Hosted by Patrick Brennan and Craig Mazerolle
Research by Craig Mazerolle
Produced by Patrick Brennan
Logo by Stephen Belyea
Featuring audio clips from The Simpsons episode “Fears Of A Clown” and the song “Everybody Loves A Clown” by Gary Lewis and the Playboys.
Theme – “Children’s TV 2” by Dorian Kelly

059 – Knock Knock Knocking on Heaven’s Door (with Sam Adams)

Logo by Scott Latimer

Brett falls asleep at the wheel and the Daddies end up at the Dartmouth Sportsplex in Nova Scotia where they meet bona fide ring veteran The Dartmouth Door Dasher, one of the world’s greatest players of Nicky Nicky Nine Doors. Forced into an early retirement from a mysterious scandal, Triple D lures children into the Sportsplex with french fries to put on Rumble Jumbles. Featuring such future stars as Gerald the Dog Faced Boy and Raowler. Come check out one of the most emotional matches you have ever had the pleasure of smelling.

Hosted and Cut by Brett Loughery and Jake Martin
Guest Host – Sam Adams
Logo by Scott Latimer
Theme – ‘The Invincible Eagle’ by John Philip Sousa as performed by the United States Marine Band

058 – Inside Out Danny Goes To Washington (with Michael Mongiardi)

Logo by Scott Latimer

Things get surgical as the Wrestle Daddies continue their Summer Education tour… We find ourselves in rural Ontario at Inside Out Danny’s controversial promotion – Inside Out Wrestling, where all of the wrestlers are inside out. Worlds collide as some classic Wrestle Daddies stars go up against the likes of Upside Down Margaret and one of our Wrestle Children has their life changed forever…

Hosted and Cut by Brett Loughery and Jake Martin
Guest Host – Michael Mongiardi
Logo by Scott Latimer
Theme – ‘The Invincible Eagle’ by John Philip Sousa as performed by the United States Marine Band

021 – Hard To Give A Duff

 

“Waiting For Duffman” (Season 26, Episode 17)

The guys are left wondering if their dreams of a Simpsons parody of “Waiting For Godot” will ever be realized after their hopes get dashed by this crappy episode.

Hosted by Patrick Brennan and Craig Mazerolle
Research by Craig Mazerolle
Produced by Patrick Brennan
Logo by Stephen Belyea
Featuring audio clips from The Simpsons episode “Waiting For Duffman” and the theme to Game of Thrones.
Theme – “Children’s TV 2” by Dorian Kelly

057 – Summer School is in Session (with Lance Byrd)

Logo by Scott Latimer

The Wrestle Daddies start their cross-country summer tour as they seek out the brightest minds of the wrestling business to study under. First stop – Brett’s hotel. Brett grabbed Sid Crosby, a limo driver from the hotel who has an edgy guerrilla wrestling promotion with some major history – Wrestling Company (Going For a Long Time). And no he is not that Sid Crosby, but he’d be a very good wrestler too.

Hosted and Cut by Brett Loughery and Jake Martin
Guest Host – Lance Byrd
Logo by Scott Latimer
Theme – ‘The Invincible Eagle’ by John Philip Sousa as performed by the United States Marine Band

020 – Weaponized Beehive (Feat. Stephen Belyea)

“Orange Is The New Yellow” (Season 27, Episode 20)

Steve rejoins the guys for this stink-fest of an episode. Also, for some reason Pat thinks Marge’s mom is dead. What a dumb-dumb.

Hosted by Patrick Brennan and Craig Mazerolle
Research by Craig Mazerolle
Produced by Patrick Brennan
Logo by Stephen Belyea
Featuring audio clips from The Simpsons episode “Orange Is The New Yellow” and the Regina Spektor song “You’ve Got Time”.
Theme – “Children’s TV 2” by Dorian Kelly

056 – Eighty Pounds of Gold

Logo by Scott Latimer

After returning from E3 the Daddies pose a tough question – have they become out of touch with wrestling? How do they bring back their hardcore wrestling fans? Why with a new and utterly confusing championship title of course! Tune in as the first ever ‘Atlantean Championship. Including some new listener suggestions such as Mort the Tort and Wind Turbines!

Hosted and Cut by Brett Loughery and Jake Martin
Logo by Scott Latimer
Theme – ‘The Invincible Eagle’ by John Philip Sousa as performed by the United States Marine Band

019.5 – Lemon Of Troy (Minisode)

“Lemon Of Troy” (Season 6, Episode 24)

Pat talks about an episode he initially hated but has grown to love: “Lemon Of Troy”.

Hosted by Patrick Brennan
Research by Patrick Brennan
Produced by Patrick Brennan
Featuring audio clips from The Simpsons episode “Lemon of Troy”.
Logo by Stephen Belyea
Theme – “Children’s TV 2” by Dorian Kelly

019 – Gotta Get ‘Em All

“Looking For Mr. Goodbart” (Season 28, Episode 20)

In a show first, Pat and Craig butt heads over whether or not this later-year Simpsons episode is a keeper or a reeker.  

Hosted by Patrick Brennan & Craig Mazerolle
Research by Craig Mazerolle
Produced by Patrick Brennan
Logo by Stephen Belyea
Featuring audio clips from The Simpsons episode “Looking For Mr. Goodbart”.
Theme – “Children’s TV 2” by Dorian Kelly

056 – Live From E3 2018

Logo by Scott Latimer

Thank you so much ladies and gentlemen for attending the first ever Wrestle Daddies E3 Press Conference featuring Telltale Games. We are so excited to show you the innovations we have made in a series of brand new games based on all of your favourite Wrestle Daddies characters and storylines.

Hosted and Cut by Brett Loughery and Jake Martin
Logo by Scott Latimer
Theme – ‘The Invincible Eagle’ by John Philip Sousa as performed by the United States Marine Band

018.5 – The Love-Matic Grandpa (Minisode)

“The Simpsons Spin-Off Showcase” (Season 8, Episode 24)

Craig lays his heart out on the line for one of the best Simpsons anthology segments ever.

Hosted by Craig Mazerolle
Research by Craig Mazerolle
Produced by Patrick Brennan
Logo by Stephen Belyea
Theme – “Children’s TV 2” by Dorian Kelly

018 – Guffaw-mageddon

“Homer Goes To Prep School” (Season 24, Episode 9)

Fridge-ra-tors! Fridge-ra-tors! On this week’s episode we enjoy yet another surprisingly great later-year Simpsons episode, this one involving Homer joining a gang of Doomsday preppers.  

Hosted by Patrick Brennan & Craig Mazerolle
Research by Craig Mazerolle
Produced by Patrick Brennan
Logo by Stephen Belyea
Featuring audio clips from The Simpsons episode “Homer Goes To Prep School”, and the song “Underground” by Tom Waits.
Theme – “Children’s TV 2” by Dorian Kelly

054 – Magic Mike 3 XXXL: The Staff of Ozarik

Logo by Scott Latimer

Let’s Play “Magic Mike 3 XXXL: The Staff of Ozarik”, the thrilling video game adaptation of the Oscar-nominated Hamburglar starring Magic Mike 3 XXXL. A dynamic, feature-filed full length video game simultenously releasing for the Super Nintendo and Sega Genesis. Oh yeah, and we also have our big title match.

Hosted and Cut by Brett Loughery and Jake Martin
Logo by Scott Latimer
Theme – ‘The Invincible Eagle’ by John Philip Sousa as performed by the United States Marine Band