We interview Rauce Padgett, the winner of the Orlando Weekly best stand up of Orlando and Comedian of the Year from The Monsters in the Morning. So many things covered, you just have to listen!
Tons of things discussed like the recent Eat The Elderly show we all attended, tonight's fight with McGregor and Mayweather, and other stuff that was awesome but I can't remember!
We talk about Home Alone and how much the house is worth, Are You Afraid of the Dark 25th anniversary TODAY! We're loving this conversation. We touch on Pickle Rick from Rick and Morty!
We talk about Rob Schneider, endangered animals, Eat The Elderly, and pump-cocks. So much fun to be back in the studio!
Why the hell did Angel come back? Because we're fun to hang out with. That's all I can think of. It really comes through in this show, we had a great time.
Always a fun time with Crespo, it doesn't matter what you talk about! It doesn't have to be movies!
Hanging out with Alex from BYOCB! We talk shop with Fast Food Jesus himself!
What The Hell Is Angel Listening To? This podcast. Because he's on it.
Our first of two episode with Chris Crespo (Cinema Crespodiso) we talk about much more than movies! Enjoy!
There was a week that went by with no What's The Fuss episode. Etchie was out west in San Francisco and something went wrong with the episode upload.
Since we had the Oh No Radio Show Bowling Tournament (happy 300th, guys!), we wanted an episode where we talked about it. The episode before that just talked about how we were going to attend it soon and we were excited about it.
This is one of the two missing recordings. The other one will be a bonus episode some time soon.
We play a bit of Tupac, talk about the Oh No Radio Show bowling tournament (check out episode 300 of their podcast!) and Etchie's trip to San Francisco.
We laugh at Trump and the whole stupid Kathy Griffin thing. After the breaks we talk about Etchie's friends, Kortney and David, and how Bill totally found his stride and killed it at pinball. Etchie is so proud.
Another segment of Force Feed Etchie, and he loves it! Lots more nostalgia talk and plenty of talk about hot sauce.
We talk a good bit about child stars and what they look like now, and then discuss things like Push-up Pops and why it was hard to find any of them that weren't orange, among other things.
It was a good time! We had Dave on for half of it and then pissed away what time we had left. Awesome, right?
We finally get English Dave in studio and there's a three part Force Feed Etchie! Lots of talk about music and England.
Aj is in the studio and we get the rare opportunity to hear live music! We talk to him about his influences and shows he's done, then we lay back and do what we do best. Stuff.
We introduce our new (unnamed) segment in which we talk about what happened a year ago today. We're trying to find stories that aren't political but that's proving to be very difficult. In this case though, Prince died a year ago today. Don't worry though, that's not all we talked about.
It's all about taking care of our pups and dog sitting for others! We also talk about doing adult things, like getting a bank loan or filing taxes. This episode was total butter.
Both Bill and Etchie have a great news story to share, but neither one is real. But who cares? They were great stories. We talk about Rocky showing an awesome kid in his neighborhood how to build a skateboard and even gives him some spare parts (check it out on both the Pfft and WTF Facebook pages). A fun time with just the three of them.
Lots of Carnival talk. Stories from long ago, and not so long ago. Risky rides and bullshit game vendors that steal your money. There's no attempt to fool anyone with anything here. April Fool's Day sucks.
Just the three of us this episode. We learn Rocky hasn’t had salami since he was a kid, during a segment of Force Feed Etchie. Also, a new Fireside Chat with Hurricane Bill. Etchie feels compelled to bring up hot mormons.
Fritz is back, and this time he brought his Man Daddy! We go a little into his new podcast, "Fort Fritz" and then fly off the rails harder than Indy Jones. The three of us agree, this is our best episode yet. I know we say that a lot, but that's because it happens a lot when you're this good at podcasting.