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
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!
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
Jack and Dan are live on Periscope to formally say goodbye to their original Bay Ridge studio and watch Season 15's The Regina Monologues, a Moon party and guest star-filled Simpsons Go To London episode. What's the opposite of oomph? Do you want to live with Jack and Dan? Who's the fourth member of Dart for Dart's Sake? All that plus Nilpod, "We're Here" episodes, Frew Stretch, and the Podcast's New Clothes.
Podcast's Bravest Jack and Dan watch Season 15's The Fat and the Furriest, an episode featuring a lot of riffing that's sort of like Moby Dick except the whale is a bear and Homer is Iron Man. Who is older, Rod or Todd? What is Horse Code? What's the ideal plot of Avengers 3? All that, plus neuronics, Bearmember, and the Steven Weber Podcast.Read More
Jack, Dan and special guest Mike Walls come out of hibernation to watch Season 15's My Mother the Carjacker, the Robocop 3 to season 7's Mother Simpson, featuring the return of Glenn Close as Homer's fugitive Mom. (Apparently Mother's Day was last week? WEE make our own rules though.) What happened to Chief Wiggum? Will we reset the iTunes odometer? Why might we eat our guests? All that plus prisoner prods, law-laws, and robot hot dogs.Read More
Dan & Jack celebrate a Happy Hanukkah by watching Krusty get bar mitzvahed with his father and Mr. T in Season 15's "Today I Am a Clown." What do agnostics get for Christmas? How do you train for a bar mitzvah? And who will be voted off the WEE Bus Stop? All that, plus torturing immortals, poohounds, and the suburban American dream.Read More
In this WEE episode with too many beats, Dan & Jack cover a Simpsons episode with too many beats—season 15’s Co-Dependent’s Day. This much-reviled storyline features Homer framing Marge for his DUI and an entire act devoted to Cosmic Wars. WEE were this close to naming this week’s episode “A Crappy Nail in a Shitty Piece of Wood,” so you know it’s going to be a good one. Is this Homer’s lowest point ever? Do Jack & Dan record every episode upside-down? Who starred in the short-lived revival Laugh Command ’89? All this plus Dan smokes too much hashtag, Jack sings as much of Rehab as he can legally afford, Business Disney Corner and no Leonardo DiCaprio whatsoever… for now.Read More
Jack and Dan look out the window at the old cemetery, then watch “Bart-Mangled Banner,” a season 15 episode that skewers post-9/11 patriotism in George W. Bush’s America. Surely mid-series “Simpsons” does political satire with deftness and subtlety, right? We discuss the show’s reliance on episode-ending musical numbers, how dark is too dark for a Moe joke, and start writing an episode called “Bart Goes Deaf at the Talent Show.” Why did we not cut out a lot of crazy nonsense about “ALF” from this episode? Does anyone else measure American history by the Harold and Kumar films? And was suspending civil liberties in a charged post-9/11 world a necessary evil to protect the American citizenship? (Why would they put a real one in with the joke ones?) Enjoy our latest “Worst Episode Ever” and see if you agree with our assessment of “Bart-Mangled Banner.”Read More