Patrick has taken a poll on instagram about Las Vegas comedians, and he's been getting some strange messages. How deep do the secrets of the Las Vegas comedy scene go? Will we ever know? Are some good guys being accused of being bad guys, and vice versa? Will Matt Markman ever sell enough of his CD's to stop posting photoshopped promos for it? We don't answer many of these questions, but we have fun tiredly speculating endlessly.
Patrick gets an email that starts his entire day down a trail of podcasting history. Keith and the Girl, one of the first podcasts when we started back in 2005, is back at it with their old tricks. These two dopey ex-clowns never cease to amaze us with their inability to master podcasting, from the aesthetics to the technical, despite having literally written a book about it. Now they have a new scheme to raise money to hide under a bunk bed and do podcasts from their roach-infested homes.
Patrick has been troubled lately. Spirits. Ghouls. Ghosts. Geists. Goblins. A boy has been walking around Patrick's house, taunting him with hisses in the night and scurrying from room to room. We dive in to Google and find out it could be a boy named David. We check in on Crazy Joe, because it's been so long since we met a mad man. Patrick bitches about updates with his house.
Patrick gathers all the people from around the internet who want to escape from their families in to one chat room to guilt eat and cry. Patrick is getting close to signing on his new house, and has stories about HOAs for days, but the chat doesn't seem impressed. Patrick drinking always ends up leading to some really dark ideas. Does anyone wanna do some cool YouTube channel stuff as a prank?
Patrick is sick once again and is paranoid about the coronavirus again. The studio is about to be wrecked as Patrick's landlord finally agreed to install some auxiliary air conditioners. He's also waiting for the last hurdle of his home-buying adventure by trying to get some documents from the Homeowner's Association. All the old cables and equipment must go! We're going to be all powered by Unifi now. Patrick has a real beef with Hubble contact lenses.
It's Patrick's birthday, and although he appreciates the love and gifts from those who have gathered. Enough is enough. Some people don't understand what gifts are good, and what gifts are chores. Amazon gift cards or cash, please. None of this other feel-good horseshit. Patrick ordered a new iPhone 12 Pro that should be delivered today, but UPS is fucking it up royally.
Patrick is balls deep in the house buying process, and the stress is beginning to take it's toll. He's intimidated by the prospect of taking on the project of installing a pool in his back yard, and he feels pressured by Big Pool. Costco has a lot to answer for when it comes to how he was treated recently at the optical center. Along with being ignored at the service counter, he's sick of being stalked like a D-level celebrity by cashiers.
Patrick straps in for a long day and night of uncertainty and civil unrest. Armed only with weed and a limited knowledge of how the election process works on the whole, and joined by a band of savagely uninformed voters, Patrick tries to make the most of the situation at hand with a retrospective, predictions and more.
Welcome to morning hot talk with the bow boys. Patrick welcomes you to Gum Club and talks about how all the gum comes from like two companies, collectively known as Big Gum. Gum Club is sponsored by Brandie's Bows and Cheryl's Barrels. These shows were recorded before the election, so the amount of foreplay in the air between two old men is salty and thick. Jack in the Box is gross, bows and so much more more.
Patrick is kicking off his day with coffee and an apology to Breonna Taylor. Patrick's latest foray in to trying to buy a house has failed again due to a poor inspection that revealed a million problems. He quickly recovers though, by making another offer on a new house, but not without it's compromises. He's decided to go full basic bitch, purchases a magazine-like home stamped out in a planned community.
Patrick is back from doing shows on the road and is back to hunting for a house. It's not been going well, but he has an offer in on a new place that is pretty sweet, but it's missing that sweet natural gas he craves. Patrick is traumatized by the left and baffled by the right, and he doesn't even know what's real anymore. He is officially undecided for the upcoming presidential election, and the media spin isn't making it any easier.
Patrick sits down with everyones favorite wannabe city councilperson, comedian, and grumpy geriatric Landry Miller. Landry was good enough to put aside his general disdain for people long enough to sit down with Patrick to talk about doing comedy in pandemic times, this recent alcoholism. We also talk about adult babies, free donuts, camp stories, pandemic comedy and the ugliest care ever.
Patrick is joined by Roy Johnson in an on-location show from Tulsa, Oklahoma after finishing a week of shows. Patrick hasn't been on stage in over six months, and is also paralyzed by a crippling fear of COVID-19. Roy recaps the weekend and pontificates to the dismay of the chat room while Patrick takes a very important phone call. Patrick has been house shopping, and the inspector calls to tell him some horrible news.
Patrick is excited about the possibility of pivoting to a gamers only podcast. We are proud to announce that we are the only podcast with GeForce RTX graphics. That can't be, can it? People need to stop worrying about Patrick being poor. It's all going to work out. We check in on some of the latest insane rants and exclamations from our favorite tinyman, Thai Rivera. Trez Mala watches grass grow. Daddy Derek is nuttier than ever and we have the videos to prove it.
Patrick has been busy but that's not going to stop him from bitching about everything under the sun. SUBtember is here at Twitch so that seems very to tell people about continuously. We reveal that we have a very capable doxxer in our midst. Patrick has lost everything in the stock market and wants your sympathy. We look in to other electric car manufacturers besides Tesla.
Patrick is back as promised to continue trying to explore other options in the Onionsphere. Patrick has used three cans of hairspray to both illustrate how long it's been since he's had any kind of professional grooming, and to make fun of how Trez Mala composes his "look" on the daily. Patrick begins to try to fix some of the audio sync issues, but this turns out to be a fatal downfall in this show.
This show is an attempt to make everyone happy. We are taking a break from the latest trend of T2 tirades. So much in this show! Patrick talks too much about graphics cards. The final solution for low-carb pizza cravings is revealed. We teach an old fan some new tricks. Patrick tries to give people investment advice, but he has no idea what he's talking about. Plus listener supplied topics!
Patrick continues going over the latest and greatest video podcast from Thai Rivera, Brough to us by the guys he has fooled down at Virtual Vegas studios. While exploring Thai's sick burns and further social policies, we begin to notice even more contradictions in his personalities. We begin to notice a lot of very oddly-timed cuts in the video and try to find out why.
Patrick is taking it upon himself to make this episode be the one that really humanizes himself to you all. Before moving on to everything he thinks is wrong with everyone else, he wants to reveal something very personal and embarrassing, This confession leads to a startling observation by the chat. Patrick discusses Elon Musk's brain fuckery company, Neuralink.
Patrick is spiraling hard and there is no telling where this show is headed from right out of the gate. The entire weekend was filled with updates for the studio, including cabling, graphics cards, memory, accessories, lighting, etc. We explore a t-shirt company run by the right-wing nut butter known as Trez Mala, full off designs and slogans that will make your trachea ache. Patrick is sick and tired of being sick and tired
It's a new dawn and that means a bunch of new things that will probably just make us a combination of depressed and anxious, with a side of outrage. Patrick is going off on ANOTHER Las Vegas comedian that popped up in his feed on Facebook this morning. This time it's a grown man with some ideas about the government tracking us with our phones. We also go over some older videos from Thai Rivera, since he's been laying kind of low this week.
The gay giving tree that is Thai Rivera has birthed us a new comedian jester to keep our eyes on, Trez Mala. Patrick took years of Spanish in high school. so he's pretty sure that means "bad three." Or something close. In the first installment of two, we listen to Trez talk about himself and his comedy roots and philosophy on some other gas weasel's podcast. If you've never heard of the MoonBug Glip Glop podcast, strap in
It's a new day and a new podcast from our favorite tiny Mexican comedian impersonator, Thai Rivera, has just hit the sound clouds. We kick off the show with technical difficulties as usual. Patrick has a new iMac and couldn't be more elated. Thai is back with some big proclamations and announcements. But mostly it just has contradiction after contradiction, rambling story after incoherent babbling, and a lot of weird mouth noises.
Patrick continues Thai-rlessly going over the minutia of an insane narcissist while he tells some amazing tales. We have all the hot thai'kes you can handle, and plenty of puns to boot. Thai tells an amazing story about his shitty car needing an air conditioner repair in the middle of the desert summer. We further diagnose Thai Rivera's inability to tell a story with any effectiveness. Not that we mind, as it leads to some hilarious insights about how Thai sees himself and other people.
We are continuing with HOUR 3 of the breakdown of Thai Rivera's latest podcast, and it's slow going because there's a lot to dissect. Thai begins his podcast by thanking people for feedback, and you can tell he has taken a lot of our advice to heart. At least for awhile. His energy fades quickly as he becomes distracted by his own difficult-to-follow stories and ramblings about a dog that he is keeping captive for some reason. Thai can't really form sentences or complex thoughts well when he has to speak.
Apple has finally announced new iMacs and Patrick couldn't press order fast enough, despite bezels. Patrick is furious that he has to broadcast on both Facebook and Twitch today because of hackers and stuff. The show opens with another tale of Facebook drama, this time involving another comedian in Las Vegas. We find a bizarre link between an old frequent guest of the show and Thai Rivera. Patrick chastises Vegas comics for respecting or mischaracterizing Thai.
Patrick is frustrated because he's struggled to get the stream live again after an onslaught of attacks. Someone out there is really upset about the live stream and wants it shut down. Patrick starts drinking and we all know how that usually goes. Patrick gets a little bit in to his current state of mind while the world being on the precipice of disaster. Facebook, Google, Amazon and Apple are defending each other. People are really enjoying the Thai Rivera stuff.
The well of inadequacy that is Thai Rivera seems to have no bottom, and Patrick seems to be fine with that fact. After a trip to Costco, Patrick returns to chat about Thai's latest exploits, and we break down a comedy video he posted from a local cantina. While we are mainly focused on Thai for this show, we do feel carefree enough to venture down some alternative courses of cognitive foreplay, like Costco pizzas.
When will the onslaught of Thai content cease? I don't see an end to it any time soon, as long as he keeps cranking out gay gold. Patrick is back after a problem being DDOS attacked the day before and not being able to stream. Some people do not want the hard truths exposed. Patrick explains why having a mental breakdown is good, and probably normal. Patrick wants to see your Screen Time, Las Vegas comedy #SECRETS and more.
This show should have been so much longer, but the alt-right libtards and their vicious team of tea party Q-Anon antifa activists have prevented it. On this show we talk about an old-school fan named Lane, and how he thinks Patrick is a cuck for being scared of a virus. Patrick tries to not seems crazy, but things play out a little differently. We review some videos of the public losing their mind, and try to explore any deeper meaning.
This Thai Rivera thing was supposed to be over, but Patrick just can't help himself when it comes to trying to unravel the distorted mental map of a mad man. Dual scourge of the gay and comedy communities, Thai Rivera, does a podcast named after a more famous podcast. Patrick stumbles in the studio and fires up the stream to listen live, and it turns in to a THREE HOUR deconstruction of a broken man who contradicts himself more and more every minute.
Patrick fires up the stream to hang with Alex Ansel and discuss all the recent goings on in the United States of Terror. Patrick is seriously contemplating moving when his lease is up, and possibly pulling the trigger on buying a new house. He'd like to get a pool, including a pool house and Kool Aid wants to move in and be the show intern. Patrick wants to be a professional troll, and he's got some ideas.
Roy Johnson connects from Tulsa to try to pretend that the world isn't meaningless once again. But this time it should be easier, because we've got pizza. Lots and lots of pizza. Before diving in to the pies, Roy and Patrick touch briefly on the days developments regarding comedy drama magnet, Thai Rivera. Patrick is in a sharp mood, but Roy thinks he's mellowed from weeks past.
This show is a brave message to those out there who have to deal with bullying on an everyday basis. Patrick woke up to find himself being told of a lack of approval about a Facebook post he'd made the day before. Las Vegas comedian, or is it comic, Thai Rivera spins out in manic glory over a silly post, resulting in a chain of hilarity and weird pointless hating that can only be classified as virtue signaling horseshit.
Patrick is melting in to a reality that he doesn't agree with, and you're gonna hear all about it on this show. There's a lot of yelling, and the show was not recorded correctly so get ready for some low-fidelity profanity and rage. The country is falling apart, we are headed in to another uncertain wave of political molestation of a national tragedy, and Patrick's mental health cannot bear the incongruity any longer
Patrick is up in the middle of the night to connect with comedian George Dimarelos in Melbourne, Australia. George gives Patrick the honest truth about what the rest of the world thinks about America during this pandemic. The duo remembers easier times at comedy festivals months ago. Patrick expresses frustration about the coronavirus testing process, and still has no results yet. Kanye is running for president and we aren't sure whether to take it seriously.
It's a tense morning here at the Onions studio, and Patrick is preparing to go for an examination that could change the course of the show forever. This could be the last time you hear from him, as he's on the way to get a COVID-19 test soon, and he's vowed that if he's positive he won't be wasting his last days podcasting. The sentimentality sends Patrick down a podcasting walk to remember.
Patrick is drinking for the first time in about a month, and Roy Johnson joins in from Tulsa. It's late on a Friday, it's hot in the desert, and it feels like the world is ending. Sláinte! Patrick doesn't understand why Microsoft ruins anything it touches. People need to stop setting off fireworks for no reason. Patrick pitches his idea for a new quarantine haircut business.
Roy Johnson checks in from Tulsa to take us on another Uber Eats adventure, and this time we are having Outback Steakhouse. G'day, dopes! Patrick doesn't really know what to think of anything anymore, much less the latest round of MeToo-ings going around.
Patrick has fallen victim to the worst attack of depression known to man, and only yelling seems to help. Both coronavirus and Black Lives Matter are back for round two at the same time. Alex Ansel checks in to tell us about his gaming channel, how to dodge a scandal, and advice on chairs.
Patrick catches up with his old pal Shooby in this continuation of podcasting remotely. We find out what Shooby has been up to during the coronavirus lockdown in his home of San Fransisco, and reminisce about some of the days gone by. Patrick has been thinking that the pandemic is the perfect opportunity to upgrade…
Irish comedian Conor Drum zoom in (if that's a verb) from London to enjoy some drinks and solve some problems. Patrick met Conor through mutual friends last year in Edinburgh, and the two of them have been drunk since. In this show, we of course discuss the coronavirus situation and how it's continuing to cause…
The quarantine continues and comedian James Hesky sits in with Patrick from New York City. Patrick announces a partnership with Netflix. James provides some commentary on the situation in NYC, and apparently consistency with social distancing in New York is not a thing. The beaches are open in Georgia, and sports remaining on hiatus are…
Alex Ansel, Adam Dominguez and Chrim Waldorf join Patrick to commiserate about the pandemic and try to find some joy in the world. Patrick is pretty sure he had COVID-19 last week. Chrim Waldorf, aka the Cold Brew King, has been driving Uber and trading stocks recently. According to recent successes, he's the new Gordon…
Patrick has rushed back from Australia to avoid being stranded during the coronavirus pandemic, and there's rust on all the podcast equipment. Roy Johnson calls in from Tulsa to give us the lowdown on life in Oklahoma since the panic began. Patrick can't stand people who are in to sports and can't stop talking about…
Patrick is joined in the studio by comedians Tyler Jolley and George White. George is determined to be on his best behavior this time around, as last time he was bouncing off the studio walls. Patrick trys to dig deep in to the rumors and lore surrounding Las Vegas and it's comedy scene being full…
Patrick is joined in the studio by what promises to be the most entertaining crew in a long time. Regulars Alex Ansel and Adam Dominguez bring their roommate, comedian and lothario Chris Waldeck to the party. A bit of a case-study between the everyman, Chris walks us through adventure after adventure, from his sweaty genesis…
Patrick is joined in the studio by comedians Alex Ansel and Garrett Hall. Alex is fresh off a scare with the law, and Patrick is worried that his lack of drinking will have bad ramifications on the show. Patrick pleas for his guests to be treated better, whether you're a hair tie company or the…
It's the day before Thanksgiving, and Jozalyn Sharp is here to help us make sense of everything. We talk about all of the latest social media sensations hitting the millennial lately, including weird family recipes and how to extend your life and have more energy by sunning your asshole. Patrick doesn't understand TikTok, or why…
Somewhere in Las Vegas comedians Alex Ansel, Adam Dominguez and Jeni Robins gather around some mics. We are breaking down Halloween and some of the guests are making short work of Patrick's leftover candy. Patrick is turning 40 on Monday. Popeyes chicken sandwiches are back and causing murders. The rapper TI takes his daughter to…