013.5 – Homer Goes To College (Minisode)

“Homer Goes To College” (Season 26, Episode 19)

Time for a new minisode! Today Professor Craig talks about the classic “Homer Goes To College” and specifically how the episode might have turned out if it had been written today. Tune in!  

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

013 – Not A Children’s Fight Club

“The Kids Are All Fight” (Season 26, Episode 19)

New guest alert! Steve Belyea (co-host of The Dust Off podcast, fearless leader of the Station Zed network, and creator of the Frinktron 5000) joins Craig and Pat on today’s episode.

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

Minisode 2 – We Can Work it Out Maybe

Logo by Scott Latimer

Jake and Brett aren’t speaking so Jake updates the listeners on the state of the show while he looks for a couples counselor.

Hosted and Cut by B̶r̶e̶t̶t̶ ̶L̶o̶u̶g̶h̶e̶r̶y̶ and Jake Martin
Special Guest Appearance by ???
Logo by Scott Latimer
Theme – ‘The Invincible Eagle’ by John Philip Sousa as performed by the United States Marine Band

012.5 – Itchy and Scratchy Land (Minisode)

“Itchy and Scratchy Land” (Season 6, Episode 4)

Welcome to our first minisode! Every Wednesday Pat or Craig (or maybe even a past guest host) will take a few minutes to talk about an episode of the Simpsons that they consider to be a classic. Today, Craig talks about one of his all-time favorites, “Itchy and Scratchy Land”.

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

012 – Back In My Day

“Let’s Go Fly A Coot” (Season 26, Episodes 20)

Last week’s Simpsons episode was a surprise hit with Craig and Pat, but if we’ve learned anything so far on our journey together it’s that what comes up must come down.

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

048 – Breaking Point

Logo by Scott Latimer

When will you Daddies get along? Brett and Jake attempt to repair their unraveling partnership with the first ever Wrestle Daddies Tag Team Tournament, featuring new superstars such as a former WWE Champion and a series of fragile boys. Will it be just the thing they need to reconcile? Probably not, the episode is called ‘Breaking Point’.

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

011 – Get Your Poop Spooked (Feat. Dusty Green)

“Halloween of Horror” (Season 27, Episodes 4)

Long-time friend and fellow Springfield-head Dusty Green joins the guys as they approach with optimistic caution (is that a thing?) the very first canonical Simpsons Halloween special!

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

047 – Good Evening, Please Leave

Logo by Scott Latimer

Brett wakes Jake up in the middle of the night to try to prove he still loves wrestling… by hiring a bunch of out of shape indie knock offs of famous wrestlers. Join Botcho Man Andy Average and Bulk Ogan as Brett tries to prove he still has it. Oh also Jake is fine from being kidnapped last week, thanks for asking.

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

010 – Hot Tub Timmy

“Pulpit Friction” (Season 24, Episodes 18)

Timothy Lovejoy: Reverend. Family man. Train aficionado. Seller of hot tubs. Join Craig and Pat this week as they discover a new layer to Springfield’s favorite holy man.

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

046 – 72 Dogs

Logo by Scott Latimer

Tensions flare between our Daddies as Brett tries to weasel out of yet another title defense. But this time he brought back up. 72 dogs.

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

009 – Kitty Cameo

“The Winter of His Content” (Season 25, Episodes 14)

Today’s installment gets completely derailed by Pat’s cat (and his bad Borat impressions), but on the upside we’ve stumbled across another good episode! So it all balances out, right?

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

045 – We Finally Talk About T-Shirts

Logo by Scott Latimer

A Wrestle Daddies Slumber Party, After Dark! The Wrestle Daddies record way past their bedtime and it leads to the most openings we’ve had on the show so far. But it also leads to a shocking revelation – We’ve never talked about T-shirts. We make up for lost time and pump out all the merchandise we missed out on. Also Brett defends his title in a Great British Bake Off because he hates wrestling.

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

008 – Take That, Hollywood!

“Steal This Episode” (Season 25, Episodes 9)

Who doesn’t want an episode of the Simpsons that talks about internet piracy? Well? WELL!?!?! Craig and Pat…do their best.

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

044 – Braywatch: Total Divas Season 6

Logo by Scott Latimer

An image suggestion from deep within the internet causes Bray Wyatt’s second or third gimmick change in weeks. Also we talk way too long about Baywatch.

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

007 – Seinfeld Did It Better

“Kamp Krustier” (Season 28, Episodes 16)

Pat and Craig attempt to keep their hearts and minds open as they return to everyone’s favorite child neglecting summer camp.

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