Dan and Jack try recording for the first time from separate locations and watch one of their most requested episodes ever, Season 14's Strong Arms of the Ma, an episode where Marge takes steroids and sexually assaults Homer. What happened to our original Bay Ridge Studio? How close is Jack to becoming a hobo? How does Burgess Meredith's Mickey like his Batman Begins DVDs? All that plus Moetic license, racist elbows, the fourth trimester, our Conference Call Humor Podcast, and bus stop pseudoincest.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!
S14E17 - Three Gays of the Condo
It's Pride Month and our birthdays so Dan and Jack spend twelve weeks in WEE Studios with special guest Joanna Tillman (UCB!) to watch the Season 14 timewaster "Three Gays of the Condo," an episode that is sort of about homosexuality but also yet another Homer and Marge breakup story. How serious is Homer's alcoholism? Why does Joanna like Simpsons flashbacks? Which boy band lost The X Factor? How do WEE pay our rent? All that plus Puzzle Patrol, #content, and some existential dread.Read More
Dan and Jack celebrate their Ninety-Ninety-Bo-Binety with season 14's "The Bart of War," an episode that is eventually about Bart and Milhouse's rival scout groups that aren't the Junior Campers. Is a giant baby the universal fix for post-classic episodes? What will the series finale really be about? How do Simpsons writers help Booster Gold? All that plus nine stories of icing, panic poops, the Dolph Lundgren Podcast, and Jack and Dan sing the National Anthem.Read More
It's the 2nd annual drunken New Year's episode at WEE Studios where Jack, Dan and special guest Geoff Wolyniec watch Season 14's Old Yeller Belly, a post-classic episode cobbled together from storylines of several classic ones. Has any show gotten more mileage from 60s Batman than The Simpsons? What's the laziest possible name? Is Jack's rug evolving? All that plus no biscuits, Hitler mailmen, iPad Nan-Moes, Dan throws out the baby, The Gwynne & Hepburn Podcast, and a game of Which Episode Is Real? And last but certainly not least, WEE Studios makes a special announcement about 2016 (and kills off the character you hated the most...). Happy New Year!Read More
Live from a noisy tarmac, Dan & Jack do the Snapchat with special guest Gabe Pulliam and watch Season 14's Barting Over, the 300th episode of The Simpsons (or is it?!) and twenty-two minutes of whimper when Bart becomes emancipated and Tony Hawk is involved somehow. Why are all the hawks in danger? Who is Dan's older fraternal twin? What is a loft? All that plus the Big Three, Pete Pull and our new hit spin-off podcast We Two Talkin' U Talkin' U2 To Me To You Two.Read More
WEE blasts into the past sort of as Jack, Dan and special guest Nick Zurko discuss Season 14's Helter Shelter. The Simpsons have termites and then just kind of decide to go be on a reality show where they live like its 1895, without anything resembling stakes or drama. Could the post-classic era ever ruin The Simpsons for us? Does Lenny have a wife? And what is Star Trek: The Next Generation's Warf's favorite post-classic episode? All that plus the future vapors, the oeuvre of Mike O'Malley, and Dan throws oranges at all his houseguests.Read More
We're past the halfway mark of the year and we "celebrate" with the episode that broke Dan's love affair with The Simpsons, Season 14's "The Great Louse Detective." Yes, our first Sideshow Bob episode here on WEE. When an attempt is made on Homer's life, they turn to Sideshow Bob to root out the killer for no real reason. Was this a mystery episode that made sense? Was it worth it to bring Sideshow Bob back for this particular story? Will Bradley Cooper get his Oscar for "Secreting the Popeye's Elixir?" All that, plus, our favorite Sideshow Bob episodes, Hulk Hogan's failed rap career, and Frank Nelson's butthole. Suck it, Kurt Cobain!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