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61 minutes | Jun 24, 2021
Segment City Episode 99 - Nuns Driving Ferraris
We can all agree that Nuns lead an austere life. It’s part of the deal when you become a nun. But sometimes you get tired of it and just want to go apes**t. You can only wear rough spun clothes, pray all day, and get around in what I assume is a cart for only so long before you feel the need for speed. The need for a Ferrari. Throw that habit off and drive into the sunset Sisters, you earned it. This week, the boys talk about trips to Paris, Theo lists some of his favorite nonsense skateboarding terms, flips, and tricks, Will takes us through a “Conspiracy Query” about the theories around Napoleon's death including poisoning, deadly enemas, and a corpse switcheroo, Theo reads an article called “Nuns Sell Up and Move Out” which describes French nuns under investigation for selling their old convent in order to buy a chateau in the South of France (as well as a farm, race horses, and a Ferrari), and Will goes over a condition called “Paris Syndrome” which is a tourist experiences psychiatric symptoms such as hallucinations, feeling of persecution, anxiety, etc caused by culture shock and disappointment from how Paris actually is.
59 minutes | Jun 10, 2021
Segment City Episode 98 - Robbed by Three Scots in a Trenchcoat
You’ve felt like your search for love would never end, feared you’d end up alone and forgotten. Suddenly, unexpectedly, you met the man of your dreams. He’s romantic, powerful, and Scottish. Little do you know that he, or they, are here to steal your art. Or break you out of prison? Honestly, I’m a little lost on this one. The best way to describe this erotica is “densely crazy”. This week on the podcast, Theo has never heard of the Rainforest Cafe, so Will goes through the entire menu. They also talk through an 'In The News' which seems more out of Need for Speed than real life, involving a woman flipping her car and exploding, and walking away to tell the tale. The taxidermy shop makes it’s return with a Karen Mouse who’d like to talk with the manager, and finally Will explores new sub-genres of Amazon Erotica.
62 minutes | May 27, 2021
Segment City Episode 97 - Milk Snakes
Milk Snakes are either the best fake name for Go Gurts or a snake that is highly venomous but only if you are lactose intolerant. It is definitely not a way anyone has ever mispronounced Milk Shakes. This week on the podcast Theo and Will discuss Only Fans’ strange advertising strategy, a problematic boat launch, Theo describes some of the features of Bill Gates’ $120 million dollar house such 500 year old lumber floors, pins that allow guests to set their favorite music and temperature that will follow them around the house, and a pool that goes inside and outside the house, Will reads an article about Jared Leto and how he may or may not be forming a cult of his 30 Second To Mars fans where fans pay exorbitant prices to go to retreats with the band who wear all white and act like gurus (y’all it’s all a scam for money), Theo takes us back in time to the mid 2000’s with a terrible spoof article at the time about Eminem being sued by M&Ms for taking their name, and Will peruses some of the “Worst Buzzfeed Listicles” with “22 More Celebrities That Look Nothing Alike” and “20 Slightly Incorrect Names for Food”.
58 minutes | May 19, 2021
Segment City Episode 96 - How Buff is Too Buff?
Everyone wants to look good and be fit, see those huge gains from pumping iron and guzzling brotein shakes, and just be able to lift a refrigerator without so much as a blink. At some point, however, there is a line where you become too buff and transcend into the realm of being uncomfortably buff. In this week’s episode, we will exactly determine where that line is, and when you can finally stop working out. Theo brings a new edition of Florida Man in which a Krispy Kreme donut is mistaken for meth, and Will runs us through more entries from Buzzfeed’s listicle of worst listicles. Finally, Theo completely spoils Kong vs Godzilla and all the very important plot points. Spoiler: if you’re watching this movie for the plot, well uh...
61 minutes | May 12, 2021
Segment City Episode 95 - Sweating Mayo
If I could sweat mayo I would try to make an industry out of it just as long as no one asked where the mayo came from. My sandwiches would never be dry but neither would my shirts. This week on the podcast, Theo and Will talk about an eventful “Bring your kids to work” event where a kid called Will a clown, what age people think they are in their head, having a 1% chance for your phone to let out a loud fog horn sound for a million dollars, Will goes over a terrible Buzzfeed listicle about the “hardest” Would you Rather questions they could find that end up being nonsense like “Would you rather have legs as long as fingers or fingers as long as legs?”, “Would you rather sweat mayo or poop a softball?”, and “Would you rather change gender everytime you sneeze or can’t tell the difference between a muffin and a baby?”, Theo tells the tale of a Russian model that was trapped on a Chinese boy band reality TV competition because of his contract, and Will stumbles upon a Goosebumps collection (I presume mistakenly) at the top of the Top Science Fiction Erotica section of Amazon.
58 minutes | May 5, 2021
Segment City Episode 94 - Do Orcs Tip Well?
It’s Friday night, and all the Orcs and Uruk-hai are getting all dolled up to go out. Down at Bones ‘n Flesh the atmosphere is calm and inviting, guests are filtering in to start off their evening in style. The most popular item on the menu, of course, is man flesh, served with a side of hobbit meat. On special is a rare delicacy -- local elf leg. This week on the podcast Theo wonders what the quote “Looks like man flesh is back on the menu” implies about Orc dining and tipping culture. Will brings up some deep buried trauma caused by Barney the Dinosaur during his childhood. They discuss how much a phony product needs to be sold at to be convincingly deceptive, and Will bring us another Regrettable Supervillain. We take a trip down to the taxidermy shop and discover this week’s find -- a small Jason Voorhees who is sure to be going home with Will this time. Finally, the guys read through another chapter of My Immortal in which Voldemort is looking absolutely fabulous in his new heels.
57 minutes | Apr 28, 2021
Segment City Episode 93 - Paying the Devil to Take our Souls
“MUHAHAHA Welcome Mortal To The Gates of Hell! Why Have You Come Here?” “Ehhh… How much to sell you my soul?” “You Are Foolish For - I’m sorry, what?” “Yeah, how much to sell my soul? How much is it going to cost?” “You don’t need to-” “$100? $500?” “Isn’t the price of YOUR ETERNAL SOUL enough payment?” “Ok, $1000.” “Are you even listening? Whatever, I won’t leave money on the table. What do you wish in return?” “I want to learn how to negotiate.” On this episode, the boys talk about the documentary “Leaving Neverland”, sexual allegations against Internet personalities, Theo tells a tale about a “Florida Man” disrupting a local election by entering a candidate with the same last name as the Democratic candidate to confuse voters, Will goes over some crazy questions from Quora including medicinal farts in the face, how much it costs to sell your soul to the Devil, how to steal beauty with dark magic, and more, and Theo presents some Rapper names and asks will to rank them based on which he likes the most, the least, and which would win in a fight.
72 minutes | Apr 21, 2021
Segment City Episode 92 - Getting Burned at the Stake for Being Too Sexy
Has this ever happened to you? You’re minding your own business, just being super sexy all the time and not being able to help it. In fact, you’re so sexy that people decide that it’s actually witchcraft and that you’re responsible for driving people insane. Sound familiar? Well you’re not the only one! In this episode, Theo and Will talk about how artificial sweeteners are just humanity’s way of admitting defeat, and also go over their natural disaster power rankings. They once again talk about how the Snyderverse could be reworked (it’s the last time we promise). Theo introduces some truly petty drama that went down in a Facebook Crockpot cooking group -- turns out people can get mad about just about anything. Finally, Will talks us through an edition of Wikipedia Historian covering The Devils of Loudun, a tragic tale of nuns being super horny and not really knowing what to do with themselves.
56 minutes | Apr 15, 2021
Segment City Episode 91 - Peepsi
The fact they didn’t name the Peeps Pepsi Soda Peepsi is a travesty. That’s all I gotta say about that. This week on the podcast, Theo and Will talk about why we don’t feel emotionally invested or spooked out when we see skeletons in video games, Will review The Snyder Cut of the Justice League, they answer the question of whether it is best to be rich, good looking, or smart, Theo goes over the gross story of an LA comedian who found shrimp tails and other trash in a box of Cinnamon Toast Crunch and the ensuing Twitter controversy with General Mills, Will reads the press release to kick off Spring and Easter with the new Pepsi x Peeps collaboration soda (that you can only get through a darn contest) which is undoubtedly 100% sugar, and Theo takes us back to “The Taxidermy Shop” to display a taxidermied Detective Pikachu that is either a rat or a squirrel.
55 minutes | Apr 8, 2021
Segment City Episode 90 - Pokémon is Full of Dead Children
You’re wandering through the desert, disoriented and growing weary. At the crest of a dune you glance back, you could have sworn that cactus a few hundred yards below wasn’t there a few minutes ago. Shaking your head, you continue, thinking it must be the dehydration. You stumble down to the bottom of the dune and look back to the peak where a cactus now stands. That certainly wasn’t there before. Struggling to continue you fall to your knees, your vision fading to black. The last thing you see before everything goes dark -- a cactus standing over you. Anyways, welcome to the world of Pokémon, where you can collect and train these wonderful creatures to be your friends! This week Will and Theo talk about some of the most terrifying of these monsters that all seem like something straight from a Goosebumps book. Will asks what it means to be a “huge fan of milk”, and Theo brings another edition of “Is this the Onion?” which is all about what the police are up to. The guys also talk through their definitive Star Wars rankings, which put The Rise of Skywalker at the top spot. Just kidding. But seriously come have a listen to find out each of their lists!
59 minutes | Mar 31, 2021
Segment City Episode 89 - Waluigi on his Deathbed
At the ripe old age of 101, surrounded by his family, a wizened Waluigi looks at the disgusting faces of his family. His wife had passed long ago but he made it through because of the supportive humiliation his family put him through, calling him a cry baby and widower and saying “What are ya gonna do? A-cry?”. And now they stare at him with their big pink noses and spiky moustaches as a mirror image of his own face in his youth. All those years wasted… “Wah, how-a long is this-a gonna take?” asks a little girl who has Waluigi’s face. “Shut your-a mouth-a” her mother says, who also has a Waluigi face. Finally Waluigi lets out a final sigh and passes away. “Waaaaahhhh...” This week on the podcast, the boys talk about failing at running, whether they are optimistic or pessimistic about humanity (but honestly how can you be optimistic these days), Theo talks about NFTs (Non Fungible Tokens) which are block-chain tokens that prove that this piece of digital content is the “original” which has allowed artists to sell the “original” version of a piece of art such as Grimes selling songs or people verifying they are the creator of a meme, the boys then play an improv game where they have to interview each other for jobs (in this case a Bounty Hunter and a Dentist) but the interviewee doesn’t know what the job is, and Theo presents another item from “The Taxidermy Shop” aka Ebay. This time it is a Vampire hamster with one big muscle man arm, big boots, and green knit shorts harassing a little mouse if that means anything to you.
51 minutes | Mar 24, 2021
Segment City Episode 88 - Call Me Mrs. Dad
Hey there fine fella! Going out for a night on the town with your dame? Maybe you’ll have a fine time and do the jitterbug before the evening’s through! But beware, danger is around every corner -- don’t get near the nasty Reefer King and start getting crazy ideas! Be like Yankee Boy and put a stop to his addictive madness! This week on the podcast Will introduces the regrettable villain Reefer King who apparently is much more harmful to teens than being a normal tobacco hobbyist. They also swing through a Segment City court where Marinara Law is being instituted, and Theo tells the tale of the Animatronic Fox that is going to marry your dad. Finally, they compete on a new edition of Versus to pitch the best Muppet adaptation of a classic movie. Kermit as the Godfather? Statler and Waldorf as Gandalf and Saruman? Find out who has the best pitch! (and mostly come listen to Will do his Kermit voice)
59 minutes | Mar 17, 2021
Segment City Episode 87 - Shat on a Shelf
Sometimes a man needs to poop in a box and then return that box to the shelf he found it on. Who is this man? I don’t know, but he should and will be arrested. This week on the podcast, the boys talk about “The Witches of Eastwick”, whether milk in cereal is a broth, beverage, or sauce, Theo takes us to the nasty “Taxidermy Shop” segment to show off a mean rat throwing red paint on a mouse lady wearing fur, Will tells a news story about a man who has been pooping in the cars at local automotive repair shops, the boys play a version of “Bang, Marry, Kill” where it is “Have as your boss, be trapped in an elevator with, and spend a day at Six Flags with” with various celebrities, fictional characters, and Will does a modified version of “Conspiracy Query” where he quizzes Theo about the aspects of the QAnon conspiracy theory.
61 minutes | Mar 10, 2021
Segment City Episode 86 - Grittney Unleashed: Juice the Caboose
Have you ever woken up from a nightmare in a cold sweat, realized it was all a dream, and peacefully gone back to sleep? Unfortunately for you, Grittney is all too real and has way too much juice in her caboose. Seriously, those cheeks are well defined. This week the guys talk about Grittney, the partner of the Philly Flyers mascot Gritty, who apparently is cleaning up his act with a makeover from the Fab Five. Will contemplates how weird bread must have been for whoever discovered it, and also meets a new resident of Segment City, the Taxidermy Shop owner. Come on down, see some dead rats, what’ve you got to lose? They also discuss Lil Yachty’s role in the upcoming Uno movie (yes, the card game) and read the best two chapters of My Immortal yet.
57 minutes | Mar 3, 2021
Segment City Episode 85 - Meat Peripherals
Meat. Peripherals. It is probably the most out of touch, futurist, inhuman way to describe our hands, feet, eyes, etc. But people like Gabe Newell have transcended us. Or that is what they hope since their meat peripherals probably smell like pepperoni. On this episode, Will and Theo talk about a “Parks and Rec” card game (as well as the whole show), bad recommendation etiquette, old parents calling all Internet communication Zoom calls, an “Ebay Find” of a Flaming Hot Cheeto in the shape of a bald eagle on a branch that is selling for an absurd amount of money, Will reads a technology news story about Gabe Newell describing new brain computer interfaces (BCIs) technology that Valve is researching and how it will be better than using our “meat peripherals”. Don’t worry, they won’t hack your brain. They promise! Also this episode, Theo reads a scenario from “r/HypotheticalScenarios” about what you would do if you are immortal and everyone disappears with a far too in depth comment with a full plan for containing all of Human knowledge to breeding a new Racoon society to take you to space.
30 minutes | Feb 24, 2021
Segment City Episode 84 - We Read Erotica about Ourselves?!
You read that title right. One of the authors featured in our Amazon Erotica segment reached out and told us he wrote an erotic story about us! It is available on Amazon right now titled “Audiophiles: Best Friends First Time Gay Inspired By True Events”. Thank you to Mason Harnes for writing it! I hope you enjoy this beginning section of the story. Sadly, it gets too raunchy, even for our show. If you want to hear the whole thing, send us an email at email@example.com and send this episode to some friends! If it gets enough traction we may put it out through… Alternative means. I don’t know what that means, maybe you have to pay for it or something.
62 minutes | Feb 10, 2021
Segment City Episode 83 - Bears Ruined Libertarianism
Turns out that bears are the Liberal Elite of the animal kingdom and just want to stomp on our freedom to throw our trash anywhere! Where do these bears get off on destroying a Libertarian Paradise? This week on the podcast, the boys talk about potential pot cookie mishaps, Al Capone’s real voice, Theo continues his list of strange celebrity baby names such as Moxie Crimefighter, Montague, and York, Will talks about an a New Hampshire town that was turned into a Libertarian utopia… Only to be brought down by bears, as told through an interview with the author of “A Libertarian Walks Into a Bear: The Utopian Plot to Liberate an American Town (And Some Bears)” by Matthew Hongoltz-Hetling. Also in this episode, Theo goes over some curious fragrance descriptions and the boys come up with new names for them.
58 minutes | Feb 5, 2021
Segment City Episode 82 - 5G Chili
This week on the podcast, the boys talk about the crazy people at the gym and some real, honest to goodness advice for working out at home, if Will would call all his bodily waste “Will Sauce” for a million dollars, Will and Theo have a “Pitchstorm'' where they pitch movie ideas about a jock that has to fight in a tournament but really wants to dance (also he can talk to animals) and a movie about sorority girls taking down the greeting card industry by one of them dating a millionaire in the industry (who is secretly her father and… betraying her friends to become the CEO? Also this episode, Theo goes over some Conspiracy Products including a “5G EMF Radiation Blocker” for your phone that uses Shungite to block radiation from your phone, and Will recounts the tale of the Dancing Plague of 1518 where people mysteriously danced until they dropped. What do we think caused this plague? Listen to find out!
55 minutes | Jan 27, 2021
Segment City Episode 81 - Everything is Becoming Crabs
When scientists said that everything seems to be evolving into crabs, we all scoffed. How are crabs the ultimate lifeform? It started slowly, but before long everything has become crabs. I am one of the last humans and I… feel… Myself… Blurb glub *skitters away* This week on the podcast, Theo and Will talk about some more funny headlines from 2020 including butter making people happier, ghost sex partners, rats taking over everything, Leprechaun Whisperers, and busting making Slimer feel good, Theo presents an “Ebay Oddity” with a creepy angel baby doll with a… Stapled on Werewolf mask? Also this episode, Will and Theo have a Fantasy World Bracket Tournament where the best Sci Fi or Fantasy world wins, and Theo quizzes Will on some “Celebrity Baby Names”!
56 minutes | Jan 21, 2021
Segment City Episode 80 - National Treasure 3: The Quest for Perfectly Cooked Chicken
They had a lot of trouble getting Nicholas Cage back for this one. Oh who am I kidding? Nick Cage would be in anything even if you just offered him a hot meal and a haircut. I’m looking forward to figuring out George Washington’s perfect chicken recipe though. This week on the podcast, the boys read some of the weirdest headlines of 2020, discuss the hot specs of the KFC console that cooks chicken for you while performing far better than any console on the market, Will rants about Cats the Musical including going over the sparse plot and the wild characters, Theo goes over his new rules for 2021 including calling everything that acts like a vegetable a vegetable, not calling people’s ugly babies cute, and less acronyms in life, and Will goes over some Cat conspiracy theories including cats being able to see ghosts, mind controlling people with parasites, litter reminding them of Egypt, and cats being alien spies!
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