Jack and Dan host their third Octoween special, covering their fourth Halloween episode in October, Season XVI's Treehouse of Horror XV, something which is not confusing at all. Bookended by the Perfect Strangers theme, this Simpsons entry covers vignettes spoofing The Dead Zone, Victorian England(?), and Fantastic Voyage. What episode is this? Don't you want to see Flanders murdering someone? What will The Simpsons' patriotic 30th Season look like? And what's the WEE Cult's second rule? All that, plus Megans and Arnolds, flappy bacon penis, and steampunk everybody.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!
This week, Dan and Jack watch Season 16's On a Clear Day I Can't See My Sister, an episode where Lisa gets a restraining order against Bart and Homer becomes a Wal-Mart greeter. What's the WEE version of a clip show? What is the Holy Trinity of the English language? Who is Hemus's father? All that plus a pig with an R, Robocop 2 references without context, and The Back of the Marble Notebook Podcast.Read More
Live from Studio D, Jack & Dan discuss Season 16's Pranksta Rap, a cringeworthy episode that sees Bart suddenly love rap before turning into a completely different episode about Chief Wiggum. How sad is too sad for Kirk Van Houten? What does Sting do when he says "cut all this?" And what's the catchphrase for the CEO of Jack's Movies? All that, plus Cootie 2001, 8-Track Things, and lazy American writing.Read More
Dan and the Yao to his Ming, Jack, and special guest Dan Ozzi collectively laugh while telling the angry loners who listen to WEE all about Season 16's Homer & Ned's Hail Mary Pass, a post-Super Bowl episode seen by 32 million people, in spite of its horrendous voice acting, ambiguous moral lesson and extended Homer gibberish. Did this episode inspire YouTube? Did Flanders kill a whole farm? Is Dan a Be-Sharper? All that plus the return of Dan's Illuminati product placement conspiracy, Dan Ozzi loves a good troll, and Jack explains why he was on all those white supremacist websites ten years ago.Read More
This week, from a very hot WEE Studios, Dan & Jack celebrate LGBTQ Pride Month with Season 16's jumpy-aroundy episode "There's Something About Marrying," the episode where Springfield legalizes gay marriage and Patty comes out of the closet. Do the writers come out in favor or against gay marriage? How does this episode stack up against Homer's Phobia? And when will the famous publishing house Marhouse & Barton publish Dan's fan fiction? Plus, WEE twist the ceiling fan, learn about Huell Howser, and devolve our Ullman-era Simpsons voices into bad Sammy Davis Jr. impressions. We resisted our urges to create characters out of every misspoken word in an attempt to keep this episode on track. Did it work?Read More
It's Chinese New Year this week, so The Simpsons are going to China as WEE watch Season 16's Goo Goo Gai Pan and Selma attempts to adopt a Chinese baby. And it actually starts out really great in a funny coherent first act... which quickly devolves into overly complicated plots and troubling racial humor. Are cartoony gags worth breaking the reality of the show? Is Robert Wagner the real-life Troy McClure? And was Jack's first car powered by squirrels, or cartoon wolves? All that, plus Dan bamboozles a pandamonium pun, Jack loves menopause, and we feel old and bad about ourselves. (We actually mention mimeograph machines in this episode, ask your parents kids.). And Hank Azaria is Sephardic Jewish, not Italian as we ignorantly assume in this episode. Thanks Wikipedia!Read More