Jack and Dan's summer hiatus has finally come to an end, so special guest Brice Canedo-Pullan gets naked to watch Season 26's Simpsorama, the infamous (or in-famous?) crossover between Futurama and The Simpsons. Why isn't there more Fry? What was Lethal Weapon 3's fuck you? Are you Team Graboid or Team Ass-Blaster? All that plus nerdy nitpicking, Freet's travel blog, top secret kissing projects, the Wiggum-Lou Corner, and Jack breaks down from Post-Classic Stress Disorder.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, Jack and prodigal guest Brice Bishop-Pullan discuss season 27's Barthood, an episode that takes us through Bart's younger and teenage years and shows Homer smoking a ton of weed. What's up with that El Barto line? Which finger is missing from Simpsons characters' hands? How do you make "Bernie's" a verb? All that plus the Secret Oscars, bloodbonies, and The Brice & Jack Podcast with special guest Dan.Read More
Our Thirtyversary brings returning guest Brice Canedo-Pullan (the Grover Cleveland of WEE guests) and our very first Season 22 episode, Love is a Many Strangled Thing. When Homer makes Bart pee himself at a football game, he visits Paul Rudd and Kareem Abdul Jabar to rid himself of his desire to strangle Bart. Sure. Why not. What's the deal with this episode's completely insane story structure? Is he Paul Rudd or Paul Blandd? Will WEE ever get published on time? (Actually, we're switching to Thursday releases from now on.) Plus, the official Dalek theme music, more talk about Stephen King's The Stand, and yes, a little bit more Groophic. This one went so long that our usual deleted scenes is probably going to be a second full episode. That's either thanks for your patience or punishment for your complaining.Read More
Things get serious (well, not that serious) as WEE, and returning guest Brice Canedo-Pullan, discuss Season 14's problematic "Large Marge". Marge accidentally gets breast implants, the citizens of Springfield sing a song about how they make her better, and lazy gay jokes get made in a muddled episode that makes no larger social commentary and has no moral. Remember, this show tackled homosexuality in a thoughtful progressive episode just six years prior! We weigh the heavy issues of sexism, feminism, and body shaming as three white heterosexual men (and we welcome listener input on it, male, female, or otherwise). Plus, Batman! Who is the worst Jack ever? Who will literally blush themselves to death? And who left the milk out?Read More
Everyone's favorite tertiary school official gets his moment in the spotlight in Season 23's "Bart Stops to Smell the Roosevelts," Super Duper Intendent Chalmers. Can Chalmers succeed where a string of teachers, parents, and parental figures failed by making Bart love learning? Or will Bart just turn into a terrorist? (Or both?) Dan and Jack are joined by special guest Brice Canedo-Pullan, assistant editor of the CBS show "Blue Bloods," who helps suss out this episode's strange pacing issues, dig into these guest animator couch sequences the HD era is so fond of, and analyze jokes about operating systems. Why does the news have a children's drawing of Bart's death by hanging? Why are we deprived of a long-winded Grampa story? And what's the deal with lateness fees, guys? Also, this episode features Nelson's mother, have we seen her before? All this, plus Jack can't say "anthropomorphic," Dan makes a terrible beets pun, and deep conversation about the opening credits to "Boy Meets World."Read More