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81 minutes | Nov 22, 2022
Please Save the Pope’s Nose for Me (with Glazer)
Pete and Tup celebrate everyone's favorite Thursday the only way they know how, by having Josh Glazer on the podcast to sing about it. Some topics are covered on the talking side of things as well, but the real stuffing of this episode lies in the turkey itself: the new Thanksgiving songs which will live on long after this year's family gatherings are just a foggy, unremarkable, gravy-soaked memory. Enjoy!
85 minutes | Oct 31, 2022
The 2022 Halloween Spooktacular (with Stubbs)
Stubbs joins the podcast for another frighteningly fun episode filled with songs, corn, robots, and fake blood. That's right - it is another Halloween Spooktacular. This time around, the fellas talk nonsense for quite a few minutes before performing some barely thematic original songs, and then later improvising a few more. Pete goes to visit a child in the hospital as Tony Soprano.
65 minutes | Oct 17, 2022
My First Name is Roger Maris (with Tommy)
Tommy joins the fellas for another fun podcast, Tup finally uploads it a month later. A lot of interesting stuff is covered, including a few attempts at semi-serious original songs, sayings that say the same things, and lion maitre ds. Tommy expresses his distaste for the only style of music Tup and Pete have ever attempted.
57 minutes | Sep 12, 2022
Counter-fitter (with Glaze)
Glaze returns to the podcast for this episode, to discuss the following important topics: Amazon Now, the supposed origin of the high five, te*msters un*ons, voluntary cow milking technologies, new text reacts, and sports merch that is ready to fire back at the obvious taunts of your opponent.
64 minutes | Aug 30, 2022
Fake DeepFakes (with Stubbs)
Stubbs (the Chief Stew) joins the fellas on the podcast for a regular old recorded conversation. It winds up consisting of a few different topics, including: revisions to the "Stubbs" nickname origin story, beach song ideas, and a new business centered around smushing things together. Pete workshops a new character: Jimmy W. Stewart.
76 minutes | Aug 15, 2022
Churchual Reality (with Ed)
Wallace from Wallace and Gromit joins Anne Hathaway and Keira Knightley on the podcast for a nice one. The 3 old pals cover many topics including: a few prison related "key and pee" situations, Ed's upcoming "My Two Grandmothers" tattoo, and her bad case of sleepwalking envy. Pete talks through yet another children's tennis camp related conundrum.
72 minutes | Aug 2, 2022
Headwise & Courtwig (with Tommy)
Another really interesting Tommy episode with special guest, Tommy. No songs this time, just a lot of regular old perfectly fine talking, including topics ranging from the evolution of bass playing styles, to Tup's recent denim acquisition. One podcaster scratches his or her beard a few times throughout, listen to the whole thing to find out who!
50 minutes | Jul 19, 2022
Thong in the Middle
Pete and Tup are back with a podcast Tup meant to put up here awhile ago. "Well worth the wait" you may overhear some people saying after they listen to it. Others, I think you'll find, will not have listened at all. The listeners will hear all about: the famous pop band "Hard Eye Blink", new crusade ideas, and threatening talk-arounds. Pete adds a third person to list of people who don't like him.
95 minutes | Jul 4, 2022
Hey Hey Texas is the Biggest State (with Tommy)
Tommy joins the fellas on the podcast again, proving once and for all that he is willing to keep joining the fellas on the podcast. A few conversations are conducted, about topics ranging from: using minor trauma as a way of remembering things, leftenant vs. lieutenant, and the hidden dangers of licorice. Everyone shares and workshops some song ideas.
58 minutes | Jun 22, 2022
Scent of a Cat (with Pavich)
Pete and Tup are lucky to be joined by comedian, podcaster, actor, and the other kind of cat burglar, Matt Pavich. Nicknames, dog voices, and a few other standbys find their way onto the podcast yet again. The groundwork of a smash hit mental health focused musical is laid. Pete gets some feedback on his latest dog naming strategy.
80 minutes | Jun 14, 2022
The Artisan’s Delight (with Stubbs)
Stubbs joins the podcast for another very special attempt at a musical episode. The theme: the elderly. A lot of old, decrepit topics are podcasted about including: the real purpose of the Social Security Administration, bread and wine wisdom, and the dangers of inedible dentures. An unfortunate combination of youth and old age results in some pretty bad songs, and at least one good one.
52 minutes | Jun 6, 2022
Uncky the Krack Man
Pete and Tup manage to get yet another podcast out the door. Nothing too interesting here, I don't believe, but some things that stick out include: the great Joni Mitchell vs. Uncle Kracker debate, hammers with a nail built right in, and more tattoo crap. Pete delivers eerie impressions of: either Bert or Ernie, Maggie Gyllenhaal, E from Entourage, Buscemi doing an impression of E from Entourage.
50 minutes | May 26, 2022
The Bobble Slap (with Glaze)
Glaze joins the podcast for what turns out to be a Top 10 Glaze episode of the podcast. A chunk of time is spent discussing: BC, AD, and what the next new era might be, who should inherit the Freudian Slip when Freud finally dies, and new baseball theme-nights. Pete really goes after Psych majors to the point where you have to wonder what happened.
63 minutes | May 15, 2022
Daughter of an Electric Chair Salesman (The Musical)
Pete and Tup finally breathe life into an old classic with a passable rendering of their semi-improvised musical about the daughter of an electric chair salesman. It is exactly as straightforward, tasteful and appealing as it sounds. Signed copies of both Pete and Tup's iPhones available upon request.
69 minutes | May 1, 2022
Something About a Carnival (with Tommy)
The fellas are lucky enough to be joined this episode by musician, manifesto author, and milk calf enthusiast, H. Thomas Bernath. Many bright clearings and dark recesses are explored in the conversation, including: The Truman Show Delusion, an ant's perception of time, spaghettification, and whipping boy replacement bureaucracy. Tommy shares two great song ideas, and Pete and Tup bring nothing to the table.
53 minutes | Apr 27, 2022
A Rotating Sporting Goods Store
Tup and Pete dust off their ol' podcasting shoes and see if they can still kick the crap out of a guestless podcast. A few very important topics are discussed, none of which immediately spring to mind for me as I write this. But still a perfectly fine podcast and I don't think your concerns that we are "slipping" are warranted.
65 minutes | Apr 20, 2022
Can’t Say Anything Baby! (with Pete)
The normal guys are joined by comedian and big friend of the podcast, Pete Bladel. A few topics are plowed through, including face acting, the next evolution of underwear, and the Podcasting with Invisalign Challenge. Check out Pete's new album "Literary" on Google Maps or any streaming service on April 22nd.
59 minutes | Apr 11, 2022
Back Inside the Womb (with Matis)
Pete and Tup are joined by huge friend of the podcast, Matislitwack Litwack. Together on the podcast, they discuss a whole bunch of fresh podcast topics, including: romantic relationships with robots, the post office, and I want to say several other really good ones. Pete and Tup claim credit for all of Matis' current success, and also help him think through his next big move, name wise.
57 minutes | Mar 23, 2022
Farewell to Daylight Savings (with Don)
Don joins Pete and Tup for another fun, Daylight Savings-related podcast chock-full of spoken words and original music. Topics include: "Church, the App", chant-enforced public clothing switching, and a graphic animated love story between an alarm clock and an iPhone. Don replaces the outro with something far more timely.
78 minutes | Mar 17, 2022
The 2022 St. Paddy’s Craictacular (with Stubbs)
Gather your fine whiskey and pour it all over your body, as the patron saint of podcasting, Stubbs, joins Pete and Tup for another music infested St. Patrick's Day edition of the podcast. Some fine fine "Irish" songs are written and performed, and the fellas also cover: food church, the Italian Heritage Festival, and dog voices in public and private. Tup tries to get a sponsorship deal for the podcast. Happy St. Poddy's Day!
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