It's the greatest hits of Jack and Dan, courtesy of listener Peter Wakeman (or Ghostbuster Peter Venkman?). Enjoy reliving some of our favorite moments from our first 100 or so episodes, or listen to it for the first time!Read More
Worst Episode Ever is a podcast by people who love “The Simpsons,” for people who love “The Simpsons,” about how much we hate “The Simpsons.” Our mission is to find which episode is THE worst episode ever and if you have a good one, you can suggest it right here and take a look at our official rankings here!
90s Percentile is a podcast talking everything 90s, and maybe also everything before and after. On 90s Percentile, Jack and Dan randomly select your listener topics and discuss live-to-tape for exactly sixty minutes in our patented WEE way. You can suggest your 90s topic right here!
Dan and Jack noses their thumb at season 10's Mom and Pop Art, an episode with a couple of famous lines where Homer becomes a renowned outsider artist. What are the two types of Simpsons podcasts? Which Simpsons spin-off almost came out in the 90s? Who should join the cast of Westworld? Can you name everyone who's dead? All that plus snapping the fiction, WEEcoin, full fuckin' arcs, and Wiggum-Santa Corner.Read More
Dan and Jack celebrate Independence Day: Revocation with Season 21's American History X-cellent, an episode where Mr. Burns goes to jail and is also canonically a Nazi. What's in Jack's Dumb folder? What other fluids have a pre-form? Who the fuck cares? All that plus our thoughts on Arrested Development's season 5, TV tells, bee plots, Clapping With the Klinks, and good ideas done poorly (good ideas and they're done poorly.)Read More
Goth-adjacent Jack and Dan watch Season 15's Smart & Smarter, an episode where Lisa becomes jealous of Maggie's genius, sabotages her, and loses her identity. What should they call the second Simpsons movie? How much should we talk about pop culture? Is this the break? All that plus Wiggum-Nothing Corner, the Jedi vapors, Pontius Berry, and Smart and Smarterer: When Maggie Met Lisa.Read More
Birthday boys Dan and Jack gift themselves with a possibly good Season 22 episode, 500 Keys, featuring four key-based storylines that may or may not intertwine or actually be entertaining or logical. Who has the dirtiest of butts? What is the only reason Dr. Manhattan exists? What's the number one video on YouTube? What's your favorite unit of measurement from the back of a marble notebook? All that plus two mugs, giant neon mug helmets, Mike Muggings, and our favorite root beer brand.Read More
Dan and Jack bamf the fiction and discuss Season 11's Alone Again Naturally-Diddily, the infamous Simpsons episode where Maude Flanders is killed. What does Jesus do in The Book of Maude? Who is in Aquaman's rogues gallery? Why isn't Josh Brolin Juno enough for you? All that plus The Looming Frowers, Margers, Banjeemus, trigonometry humor, and the Mighty Morphin Podcast Rangers.Read More
Jack and Dan are back with another season of episodes, starting off with their fourth annual Mayoween celebration and watching Season 29's Treehouse of Horror XXVIII, the most recent Halloween special that forced us to watch Homer cook and eat himself. How will Jack die? Is Grandpa Joe a scumbag? What's a more fitting line for the Bible? Is Dan's mic on mute? All that plus lodge-is-ins, country-fried bumpkin, Vampire Seinfeld, and Classic Literature Lines with Jack and Dan.Read More
Don't jerk us around and listen to Jack and Dan watch Season 15's "Milhouse Doesn't Live Here Anymore," an episode where Bart and Lisa get too close for comfort and Homer becomes a hobo and shouts gibberish, because comedy. Why did we lose 90% of our audience? Do happy people play the harmonica? Why was Dan asked to stop using the sensory deprivation tank? All that plus Simpsons Fashion Police, RSJWs, panhandlin', and The Reawakening of Vincent Vega.Read More
Hey, remember us? We're not actually back for good yet, but we are back for a special bonus episode to talk about a few recent celebrity deaths, as well as some of the complete nonsense you've missed from us the past few months!Read More
Let it never be said that WEE Studios won't just steal a marketing gimmick from Netflix. If they can do it, so can WEE! With no fanfare, we present our completely unanticipated Sync Points for The Cloverfield Paradox, the surprise third installment of JJ Abrams' anthology film series which made its debut after the 2018 Super Bowl. We also talk about each of the past Cloverfield films, talk about each other when we leave the room, and run through some of our favorite sci-fi movies from the past ten years. Spoilers right off the bat for Cloverfield, 10 Cloverfield Lane, and The Cloverfield Paradox! You've been warned! You can watch "The Cloverfield Paradox" exclusively on Netflix and you can buy the Sync Points for just $2 on Gumroad or get it free with a $2 monthly Patreon pledge!