On this very special Thanksgiving episode, all shpiff hits the fan! Instead of being thankful for the podcast and friends we have, we used those to talk about all the things we cannot stand. Diving into the meta-podcast wormhole, Noah airs grievances with being on the show, Bobby talks about he can’t stand going on any longer, and we’re hitting a wall. Gavin was sick. Jayme was loopy. All of us lost our minds. Come lose yours with us.Read More
On this episode of the “pod”, Bobby, Gavin, and Jayme run through memory lane and recount the various horrible things that they made in high school. From the 8-episode half-hour sitcom they made in their friends garage in hundred-degree heat to the story of how Jayme became the Senior Class President and the political party they formed with Gavin to sweep the student elections. It’s schmucked up.
We’ve all done some terrible things. Some unspeakable things. Some things that if you told anyone else, you’d cringe so hard you might just burst. Well, on this episode we talk about those things exactly. We have a stranger on in the form of Mr. Kyle Green, and we one by one tell horrible stories about each other in an effort to be the most respected out of the three of us. Let me tell you, it’s not pretty.
As the clock struck just about twelve, the Goodestest Gang headed to what has been called one of the most haunted places in Chicago: The Lincoln Park Zoo. With our producer in a salt circle, Gavin shivering, Jayme quivering, and Bobby shaking in his fine ass boots, we attempt to contact the dead with a Ouija Board.
This is the result.
This is not for the faint of heart.
But if you are of the faint of heart and you still want to listen, maybe just pop by the hospital waiting room.
Sarah Costello joins Jayme, Bobby, and totally Gavin as we hear about her experiences with the supernatural. We learn about the ghost that's haunting her, the dead people in Lincoln Park Zoo, and then what Bobby has coming in his future as well as what might be going on in his life.
This episode. Enough is enough. Gavin and Jayme talk the shit while Gavin is nowhere to be seen, and maybe they think about doing something more…
[This is a work of fiction. I think this goes without saying, but Bobby and Jayme have never thought about nor actually intend to kill Gavin Farrow, co-host of this podcast. I feel like people would get that but I really just want to make sure.]
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Today, we have a stranger named Lou come on the show and ask us true or false questions. If we get them wrong, we have to eat progressively hotter and hotter sauces. After recording this episode, several people told us that this was the dumbest thing we’ve ever done. Enjoy!
After locking themselves drinking water to the point of sickness and locking ourselves in the studio, the only way out is to solve a variety of puzzles and riddles on a full bladder. Listen as Jayme, Gavin, and Bobby descend further and further into madness.
We all make bad art. Especially young us. Specifically young Gavin. Gavin Farrow. In this episode, we read through Gavin’s first attempt at writing anything for the moving pictures,”The Burning Circle”. Inspired by(or blatantly ripping off) classic works of cinema like “The Godfather”, “Scarface”, and any other movie with gangsters.
Enjoy our past failures.
In this bizarre episode, Jayme and Gavin play a stupid Facebook game to determine how well they truly know each other, Bobby and Gavin go back in time and try to find out the origin of Elton John’s ‘Your Song’.
Yes. They are all this weird.