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November 15, 2019
Welcome to Rob Schneider's comedy guesses featuring Ed Gamble. Non-Real Rob virgin Ed tries to figure out the production method for the show and wants to know if Rob really knows the name of the featured chef in this episode or if they're just calling him the name of a restaurant. Hayley Duff is here and so is a cough from Alice Snedden. Catch Ed’s comedy special, Blood Sugar on Amazon Prime and follow him on Twitter @EdGambleComedy For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
November 8, 2019
Cuckolding, vaccines, the beautiful art created by the child's mind of Rob Schneider and also, vitamins. Dan is really enjoying this show and is fascinated by the inhuman cruelty Rob enacts on others. Our guest has a run at predicting what's happening next ep and Tim can't get over what Rob says to his wife in this episode. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
November 1, 2019
Who and what IS Rob Schneider? All of us, all the time. This according to comedian/writer/actor Nina Oyama. She's on board in a big way, 10/10. Nina wants someone to suck her ass. The trio on this ep all think kids should be kept off #SponCon and Tim reckons we should just kill kids early. Plot wise - something happens at some airport and Danny Trejo turns up. He looks like Bob Odenkirk went through the washing machine. Find Nina on Twitter @ninaoyama & Instagram @nina.oyama For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
October 25, 2019
Child Schneider (Miranda) has her first day at school but who gives a shit. Carlo Ritchie joins Guy and Tim an episode with Tibetan furniture, rockin’ musicians who deny their kiwi heritage and a genuine laugh at a scene with a dolphin. The trio build a vision of what the Real Rob world would be like sans Rob and the titular lead meanwhile tries to sell another Deuce Bigalow movie using his platform of a Netflix serious. Follow Carlo on Instagram @carloritchie For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
October 24, 2019
Jamie goes on a blind date after an encounter with a spider, something something Miranda is going to school? Who cares? We got Stu Daulman! A true sweetheart of the Australian comedy scene. According to Stu, the comedy in Real Rob is a bit out of touch but at least Rob is happy. It's a happy life. Cheque-eating, comedy guessing fun! Follow Stu on Twitter: @stu_what For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
October 12, 2019
Rob's back. Guy's back. Tim's back. And he's angry. Writer/producer/director/star/auteur Schneider is up to his old tricks, driving around LA, laughing at someone who has bone cancer and personally overdubbing Asian characters HE CAST with HIS OWN voice. In their accent. I'm not kidding. It's hell to be back. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
October 10, 2019
Get in the Morning Friendzone - a happy space for reading without judgement, getting compliments from people trying to do work and lots of lovely feedback. Today we’re joined briefly by Aussie legend, Sam Campbell (see his special here) too. And soon, we’ll also be joined by Overlooked and Undercooked Season Two. We are blessed (by Brady) to hear from listeners near and far, especially those chasing a reply when the first time didn’t elicit one. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
September 25, 2019
The fellaz are back in the studio desperately trying to catch up with your beautiful correspondence after a break. It's as if no time has passed at all, more sharing stories of gastro, more promises of content to come, more threats of divorce. Here's a link to the merch store we talked about and here's a link to the Little Empire Pals group on Facebook! For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
September 25, 2019
The fellas present an episode of fellow Little Empire Podcast Network show, Cult Popture. If movies and TV mattered, they’d be talking about the issues that matter. Home of Film Franchise Fortnights, our podcast where we watch and discuss a randomly chosen film franchise every two weeks! Make sure to subscribe to Cult Popture on your podcast app, or check them out on iTunes (https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/cult-popture/id1124261917) Facebook (http://goo.gl/9EFEIa) Youtube (http://goo.gl/ITdEhK) Twitter/Instagram (@Cultpopture) For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
September 24, 2019
Guy and Tim are joined by British comedian Glenn Moore to watch, back to back, Sex and The City, WE ARE YOUR FRIENDS, Sex and The City 2 and then Grown Ups 2 in one hotel-enclosed session ahead of a live recording at the London Podcast Festival. The fellas are giddy with excitement at seeing some of their old pals again on screen and absolutely devastated to be in the presence of others. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
September 2, 2019
Angered that zombies and vampires have been added to his semi-autobiographical sit-com, Rob quits the show, then finds out he's broke. It's Patricia's opening night and a personal appearance by Ryan Gosling is too expensive so a replacement has to be found. Carlo is a talented improviser, musician and comedian who hosts a live show and podcast named The Bear Pack with Steen Raskopoulos, and HOSTING with Guy Montgomery. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
August 30, 2019
Rob is looking to invest in his own celebrity endorsed product and promises to get Ryan Gosling to appear at the opening of Patricia's male revue. Carl is British comedian man who can be found on Twitter and hosts a podcasts with Chris Martin. One is named the Carl and Chris Podcast and the other, Baby Sitting Trev. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
August 26, 2019
Patricia orders Rob to get rid of all his old stuff in a garage sale. Rob invites a shaman into the house to get rid of 'bad energy'. Alice Snedden writes a column (apparently) but more importantly, writes tweets and hosts Boners of The Heart with Rose Matafeo. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
August 23, 2019
Trying to get back in shape, Rob feels he has to prove that he's still attractive, even to gay men. He and Jamie also have to organize Miranda's birthday party. Becky Lucas can't stop tweeting and doing comedy so you should definitively follow her. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
August 19, 2019
Patricia thinks Rob is taking his VIP status for granted. Jamie forgets to feed Patricia's fish and needs to get a replacement. Rob takes a mime class. Rose Matafeo is a London-based kiwi comedian who enjoys tweeting and hosting her podcast Boners of The Heart, which is co-hosted by Alice Snedden. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
August 18, 2019
It's late at night (NZT) and Timbo's birthday; Where else WOULD he be but recording a Friendzone with Guyguy? The fellas are competing with dodgy internet, chewing over the beautiful peace in the skies, opening up some gorgeous donations and ripping the lid off what the upcoming London Live show will actually be: All four movies, back to back, watched before the live show. It's going to be something, so make sure you nab a ticket here. Full power to our sole, libertarian listener - as per usual. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
August 16, 2019
Rob advertises a male enhancement product, thinking it only be shown in Asian territories. When a giant billboard pops up in Hollywood, he tasks Jamie and his agent Andy to do get rid of it as soon as possible. Cameron James is good on Twitter and hosts two podcasts: Total Reboot and Mike Check. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
August 12, 2019
Patricia hires Udo, a male stripper, to be Miranda's live-in nanny and talks Rob into having a vasectomy. Tom Walker has a Facebook and a podcast called bigsofttitty.png which he co-hosts with Demi Lardner. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
August 9, 2019
Rob considers replacing his incompetent personal assistant Jamie with his punctual and detail minded stalker, Steve. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
August 5, 2019
Guy Montgomery and Tim Batt, the pair behind The Worst Idea of All Time have a new podcast series wherein they watch and review the crtically panned Real Rob - a Netflix series by Rob Schneider. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
July 31, 2019
Come to our London show / Check out Cult Popture The fellas are in Montreal and Auckland respectively and enjoying a bit of a rest from the hell that was TWIOAT. Time to do the best thing there is - hanging out with friends. Non-binary friends who are going through break ups, friends questioning the Louise Theory, artistic friends. We love our friends. For they are the best. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
July 21, 2019
The fellas are still alive! It's true. And they have some mail from you. Breaking news regarding Grown Ups 3, incredible meta-theories about St Louise, plus A LONDON LIVE SHOW COMING UP. Plus Guy's recorder stopped halfway through so there's a cool transition to Skype call quality at the end. London show tickets For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
July 5, 2019
This is the last episode of the ill-conceived fourth season, perhaps of The Worst Idea of All Time itself. Special guest Paul F. Tompkins joins the fellaz in front of a live Los Angeles audience to reaffirm his instruction that Guy and Tim never do any more of this project. The trio wax philosophical on the nature of suffering for art and enjoyment, in intimacy of men’s feet touching and of course, what it means to colour outside the lines. Who’s to say what’s next for the fellaz. One thing is for sure, it’s been a terrible, terrible ride. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
July 1, 2019
Tim has had too much beer to record a live podcast but has found a new best friend while taking a cab in Portland, Oregon. That's good because he recently lost a friend, The Knife. The fellaz have dubbed themselves Freelance Coalminers. Mattress Pikelet King is a Gray - aliens who assumed human form and took over Hollywood. Timbo and Guyguy try to figure out which of them is Carrie and which is Big in the relationship and the results may surprise you. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
June 27, 2019
Please come to our live show in LA The fellaz have made it to the windy city – Chicago and are performing in front of a live audience who have travelled far and wide to be part of the adventure. In spite of being in the city that’s home to Ferris Bueller, this has been a truly harrowing watch for the boiz who watched in their a leaky hostel abode. The knife’s here and picking questions, while Tim assembles some clues from the film. Guy wants Miranda's hair and a Worst Idea season two celebrity has made themselves known to The Fellaz via the medium of Instagram DMs. Photo credit: @rosemermaids on Instagram For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
June 26, 2019
The fellaz are in a dog park in Chicago enjoying the sights, sun and canines while going through a few unanswered questions from the live show the night before. But in actuality, it's mainly Tim getting distracted by lovely dogs. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
June 25, 2019
Live shows: Portland 6/26, LA 6/28 The fellas are live in NYC, fresh off a magic mushroom trip and very long walk through the Big Apple. AND a watch of Sex and The City: The Movie. Guy thinks bats are cool now and feels very smart for doing the merch math. The gals are up to no good this watch, beating up on Miranda again. Timbo and Flash field a few questions from the crowd and share their first kiss. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
June 23, 2019
Please come to our live shows this month in NYC, Chicago, Portland and LA TimGuy and GuyTim are together in Guy’s NYC apartment, just hours ahead of their live show in the big Apple. A selection of uplifting letters are in the FZ mail bag today including a coming of Worst Idea age story, a generous equivalence drawn between a trans woman’s journey and that of the fellas’ AND a great theory about how Charlotte did NOT shit herself after all. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
June 21, 2019
Timbo’s fresh off the plane to join Guyguy in New York City and he’s coming in pretty hot off the back of a run in with an 8 year old on the flight. The Fellas go back and forth on whether the Batman was in the right to offer a spare (at the time) seat up to a child but one thing’s for sure – we need some more time for palship. The specifics of why season four sucks are hashed out again and Monty’s trying not to wake up his housemates but IS trying to get in with Tim’s wife. Will it work? Time will tell. Live shows: NYC 6/23, Chicago 6/24, Portland 6/26, LA 6/28 For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
June 17, 2019
LIVE SHOWS: NYC (June 23), Chicago (June 24), Portland (June 26), LA (June 28) Timbo has been sitting in a bathtub wearing a VR headset and plugged into noise cancelling headphones to achieve a fully immersive Sex and The City watch. The results are troubling. After attempting to counter-act the illness-inducing act of being in cold water for an extended period, he’s overshot and made the water much too hot, creating discomfort and dehydration. He’s knocking over smoothies, burning his body and trying not to faint. Guy, on the other hand, is laughing all the way to the bank. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
June 11, 2019
Spindly and Flash share some touching, hilarious and informative mail from some Friendz™. This time we got some juicy-sized (but under-producing) nuts, exasperated listeners who cannot recommend the pod to others and standby paint foremen and their son/boss. Please come to our live shows this month in NYC, Chicago, Portland and LA. Every Stupid Question can be heard here. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
June 9, 2019
In this 47th (not 48th, despite what you’ve heard) watch the fellas discuss Timbo’s future plans for tepid baths and VR headsets, the time old question - splitter vs one-hitter and the comedy stylings of Carrie Bradshaw. Then it’s a deep dive into the narration of our aforementioned protagonist who leads a pack of women hungry for adventure and PEEN. Also, Pierce Brosnan and Nathan lane should be the new Mario Brothers. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
June 5, 2019
It’s watch 46 and Charlotte is a confirmed xenophobe, again. The wait staff are getting treated like garbage, again. Carrie Bradshaw is a confusingly bad writer, again. However, this time the fellas have the aid of a feminist essay! Timbo and Guyguy try to figure out what Monopoly is and isn’t, the cultural differences between Americans and Kiwis, and how much disregard one should hold for sharing credit card numbers on a podcast. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
May 31, 2019
The Fellas are sifting through some beautiful (though slightly dated) mail. In this Friendzone, we’ve got a feminist essay, a teacher using the podcast to impart English lessons and a missed Sandler opportunity. Let’s get converting out there, everyone! Otherwise this pair of podcasters will forever feel bad about their kiwi accents! For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
May 30, 2019
The boiz are watching everywhere - they're watching in a Zoomy, they're watching in a room-y. Tim's very tired and booking flights he's not using. Guy is snake charmer now. One thing remains - there are VERY few continuity errors in this movie. HOWEVER TIM FOUND ONE THIS WATCH! Great stuff. You either die the Samantha or live long enough to become the Carrie. All this AND Mattress Pikelet King's face: SEVERE! For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
May 25, 2019
The boiz are coming in hot everyone! Look out for those right-angle erections, unsupportive and yawning podcast co-hosts and a pitch to make this movie 50 minutes long. There's unfortunately not enough shirts to go around and sadly, we've been removed from the social area because someone's having relationship problems. outrageous. Plus, smoking: Why would ya? Come see us live: LittleEmpirePodcasts.com/live For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
May 22, 2019
Tim and Guy are hanging out and feel reeeeeal good about it. Timbly is dodging media requests after socking it to a conservative church trying to become a political party and Guybo is nursing some ailing loved ones. But what it’s all about is the friendz and they have truly blessed us with their messages. Come see us live in Auckland, NYC, Chicago, Portland OR and LA! For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
May 20, 2019
Auckland Libertarians: Show this Sunday A 21.5hr phone call, a half-finished poem and a whole lot of sickness. The boiz are not having fun. Guyguy is sick as a dog, Timbo is frustrated with the film and his podcast partner. Some big questions get asked of Mattress Pikelet King, an attempt is made at deciphering the gals’ star signs and there’s plans for Sex and The City: The TV Series: The Movie: The Board Game. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
May 16, 2019
Tim and Guy started the watch separately and have come together to compare dads. Meat Loaf is under rated. Music is under rated. Timbo's been getting electrically shocked, The Flash has a song in his heart. All told, the boiz have done all in their power to avoid chatting about the movie this time. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
May 13, 2019
Guy's mum and partner are saddened and frustrated by his constant work on the project. Timbo believes he has the solution to this: Guy must cut these people out of his life. Monty's partner, Chelsea steps out of the shadows to put her thoughts on Steve into a microphone. The boiz establish the wedding guests at Big and Carrie's big day and devolve into a full-throated sledging match. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
May 9, 2019
Guy is in his girlfriend's childhood bedroom in the nation's capital, recovering from hosting a comedy show for new comics that did not go well. Tim's in the sunken place with the film but it's not entirely bad. However the meat of this episode, is Timbo and Guyguy plotting Sex and The City: The Musical. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
May 6, 2019
Tim got to watch the film with his wife this time and had a very passable time. Guy on the other hand is worrying his mother by his persistence with this podcast. The boiz chat about their dreams, jointly self-identify as Charlottes and discovering some very angering information about a particular Paddy-endorsed pizza chain. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
May 2, 2019
Hard to say what is and isn't a new low on this show but either way, things are bleak. Timbo doesn't even know which watch this is. Guyguy is on a kind of holiday in the South Island of New Zealand. Lot of plane chatter. Lot of couple watching. If you're still with the boiz at this point, you deserve a medal. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
April 29, 2019
"By and large, it was nice having you there" such was the beginning of perhaps, the boiz most contentious episode yet. This 37th watch quickly veers hard into probing questions about forming a romantic relationship with a non-human. Castaway is too long, a lesser known Willie Nelson hit is mentioned and Guyguy is impressed by Miranda's ability to act like a human inside of this film. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
April 25, 2019
Welcome to the podcast of Guyguy and Timbo, together with you, the Libertarian and sole listener of this podcast to give an entirely positive review of Sex and The City: The Movie. It is a triumph of cinema. Let’s go down some important cul de sacs together and shine a light on MPK. For He is the way, the truth and the light. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
April 22, 2019
Timbly and GuyGuy are getting too close to the truth now and Zuckerberg is trying to shut the Frosty Fellas down. Turns out Sex and The City: The Movie may actually be satire hitting out against extreme consumerism (but curiously ignoring 9/11). Carrie Bradshaw is taking the piss out of using a Starbucks. And the boiz themselves: They’re out of runway and out of hours in the day for anything apart from this movie. Good thing there’s a delicious bow-tie man waiting for them in the back. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
April 18, 2019
Recorded in front of a live audience in Melbourne and featuring a new knife! Timbo is afraid Monty resents him. Guy can't shine to his brightest and Carrie's continuing to do battle with her own psyche in the form of Louise. Mr Big is bad at real estate deals, the boiz get a present from a fan who may have fallen on hard times. Plus Fergie, kerfuffles, and a complete existential break down from Timbo. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
April 15, 2019
The boiz are together in Melbourne and recording on a balcony 34 floors in the air. They contemplate the nature of conversation, the value of older men, the Worst Idea project itself, and briefly, jumping to their deaths. Big has no groomsmen. Tim is on the verge of tears over depriving Monty from hitting the beach. The pair delve further into the Louise Conspiracy and low barriers to high buildings. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
April 11, 2019
Guy has struggled through a very difficult watch in Melbourne but Tim has stumbled across one of the single most important theories in the history of The Worst Idea of All Time: Louise is not real. She is a figment of Carrie’s imagination, wrought with the guilt of discovering she is a horrible person. It’s Fight Club meets M. Night Shyamalan meets Sex meets a City. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
April 8, 2019
Tim experiments with his blood sugar out of shear boredom which to the anxiety of Monty, who meanwhile has had a wonderful time on the watch and bails on Tim for a laff. Someone has taken a dumb in a bureau, Carry doesn't know where babies come from and Coat Check guy is part of a grand conspiracy. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
April 4, 2019
Our old mate (and current Kiss 101.1FM host in Melbourne) PJ Harding joins the boiz for their 30th watch and asks the question; Does going through with this project watch after watch show weakness or strength? The trio try to get to bottom of Steve v Miranda, discuss solo drinking in airports and hotels, examine the food of Sex and The City and share EVEN more personal stories of self-defecation. @pjdeejay (Personal Insta) & @jaseandpj (Radio Insta) For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
April 1, 2019
Timbo and Guyguy are putting on their running shoes to chat about… SEX AND THE CITY: THE MOVIE. You, sole listener of Libertarian persuasion, will be treated to hearing Guy as Tim does every episode, through a Skype connection. Monty has a crack at a continuity error, Tim feels bad for Guy getting up at 5am and steadfastly denies that water counts as company. Plus, Harry’s cool sex book: Harry Suits Ya. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
March 29, 2019
Mattress Pikelet King's house has been visited by a listener! Our memories of The Never-ending Story have been revisited! We get explanations on 76 Trombones, Tim’s great movie recommendation, a brief history of Blockbuster Video, some shade thrown at Matthew Broderick and correspondence from an honest to goodness Master Sergeant. If you’re in Melbourne, please come to our show: LittleEmpirePodcasts.com/Live For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
March 28, 2019
Aussie comedian and broadcaster Gen Fricker is here, revisiting a film she hasn’t seen since the big screen watch at the end of a relationship. Gen gives us the most intense turn-of-phrase imaginable to describe what drawing outside the lines means and the trio discuss the gals are doing nothing for anyone. Gen spearheads a dive into the attachment styles of all of the gals pitches for online streaming continuation of this franchise. @genfricker (Instagram) For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
March 25, 2019
Tim is sleep-deprived from humidity and a puppy pooing inside. After reaching out on Twitter to broadcast his dismay, he gets a call from Radio New Zealand to check on him (included at the end of this episode). Meanwhile Guy puts forward a fantasy of seeing Carrie and Big staring death down from his penthouse wardrobe and the pair discuss how to get into the movies if you have $10,000. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
March 21, 2019
Honestly, might be worse than part one. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
March 18, 2019
Honestly, not the boiz' best work. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
March 14, 2019
We’ve unleashed a plague of mosquitoes in the studio to greet kiwi comedian Mel Bracewell who joins the boiz to discuss dog sexuality, whether Sandy from Spongebob is a woman and Miranda getting the short end of the stick. We ask why/how Carrie is always wearing pearls to bed, instruct Americans (especially East Coasters) to come join the rest of us and bottle your feelings and dig into the difference between Men’s and Women’s bathrooms. Plus, an out-of-this-world pitch from Mel. @melaniebracewell (Insta) For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
March 11, 2019
Guy and Tim have had a fight but it’s OK now. The boiz turn to Cosmo's 'Which Sex and The City gal are you' quiz to pass the time. Timbo’s interested in The Flash’s dick pics and acting experience (shout out to the Breaker Uperers) and we enjoy some beautiful haiku poems. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
March 7, 2019
Guy wants to home in on some script critique on a lack of food critique in the dialogue. The boiz investigate what else Steve has been up to and wouldn’t you know it, Siri is listening in. A divergent path into the Snowden files, an apology from humanity to rats and explanations on how New Zealand sensibilities are destroying cafes and economies await you. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
March 4, 2019
Welcome to Tim's first ep travelling, he wants to vomit cause Big keeps trying to devour SJP’s nose. We’ve got some readings from the Sex and The City Movie book (which came from the rubbish dump) and much more proof that Big is illiterate. Then, on to the important business of fleshing out the adventures of Rev Chris Noth. Noath? Nowth? What we do know is climate change is simply propaganda from Big Tree! For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
February 28, 2019
Guy is getting fed up with America’s weird date format and Timbo is packing a bong for this special 420 episode. The Flash is effusive with praise to begin with but soon becomes positively irate with his watch-mate not accepting his Coffee Guy theory. There’s stories of careers past in call centres, office crushes, debt collection and a big question: Are Tim and Guy any good at conversation? Hope so! For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
February 25, 2019
Comedian Ayo Edebiri guests on this episode and predicts how the post-American implosion will play out regarding Walmart sofas and their owners. Ayo cracks the case on why Charlotte actually shits her pants, Brady is running in 2040 and the guys reveal they have just one listener: a staunch libertarian. Plus, the incredible career of musician Pink and another exciting edition of Inside The Lines. @ayoedebiri (Twitter) @ayoedebiri (Instagram) For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
February 21, 2019
The boys are joined by comedian/TV writer Mitra Jouhari for an episode that has been alternatively sound tracked by Guy Montgomery. Today we discover the fifth girl is Lily, but the sixth girl is NYC BUT THE SEVENTH girl is Hat. Let’s find out about her journey. Mitra puts forward a strong argument for the gals staying in Mexico and Tim puts forward one for why this movie would benefit from being almost an entire hour shorter. @tweetrajouhari (Twitter) @mitrajouhari (Instagram) For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
February 19, 2019
Writer/actor/comedian Amy Hoggart (Full Frontal with Samantha Bee) does not do stand-up, nor does she sh*t herself. She does however guest on this episode to discuss Charlotte’s abs, Lord Byron's philandering, incestuous relationships and Kim Cattrall's breasts and lack of tummy. Also, did someone f*** a dog in this film? Follow Amy: @amy_hoggart (Twitter) @amyhoggart (Instagram) For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
February 14, 2019
Becky Lucas joins us as the inaugural special guest for this season and it turns out she loved the HBO show but has some notes for the film. Timbo is hungover and fresh off a party where he was freaking everyone out by his fireworks-handling and Guy is trying not to get bullied. Mr Big is revealed to be the original Daddy, everyone in this episode is probably too high and Becky shares her very specific fav SaTC gal. Sponsored by BeckysVapePens For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
February 12, 2019
Tim is looking after his new puppy and Guy is being coached through his tax return by the world’s oldest man. Out friendz on the other hand are being forced to watch Happy Feet, rejoicing over Linux references and relishing life imitating art in the form of a judge’s orders. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
February 11, 2019
Guy faces down the duration of this movie and Tim reveals his fear of the Kate Bush classic Wuthering Heights. The boys discover writer/director Mattress has likely never set foot inside a gosh darn cafe in his dang life and we say hello to flesh world. Also Timbo and The Flash get contacted by celebrated Hamilton creator Lin-Manuel Miranda WHO IS IN THIS MOVIE! For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
February 7, 2019
Spirits are phenomenally low in this watch (which comes less than a day after the prior viewing) and Tim is desperately trying to find the least intrusive way to fit this project into his life. Meanwhile, Guy is in Goa, India, surrounded by cows. Some of them, ejaculating. We welcome two members to the BCC (Bum Chin Club) and ask (but not answer the question)L How exactly do you market a podcast? For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
February 5, 2019
Welcome back to the Friendzone, making a return due to tepid demand. Guy and Tim are addressing some slightly dated correspondence because IT'S WHAT THE PEOPLE WANT! For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
February 4, 2019
Guy is coming to us from Bangalore, India. Tim is outside a live music event featuring Usher in Auckland, New Zealand and facing some troubles from the guards. Unfortunately, this ep is another deep dive into the world of Charlotte’s bowel movements AND Guy’s on his trip in the subcontinent. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
January 31, 2019
The boys are together and off for a walk in a bird park! Guy ponders whether juice is actually good or bad for you and claims milk is only for children (shout out to @TheBroox on Twitter). The pair explore how we got Brady The Rat King and WHO Steve cheated on Miranda with. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
January 28, 2019
Tim's no longer good with this movie (or his health) but maybe he's getting a dog? Guy's really pulling his socks up with regards to the project and will NOT entertain the notion of a great glass elevator-style situation in Big and Carrie’s apartment building. Big recklessly throws amount real estate money without a builders report and M Night Shyamalan has some big ideas. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
January 24, 2019
Look out because Guy be coming on you. Tim shows off his Wild Hogs knowledge and gloats about the fact that he's watched the film non-solo this time, Guy and Tim's wife are doing SOMETHING behind Timbo's back (possibly tasteful nudes and poetry) and then one of the boiz reveals a real twist for this ep. The beef between SJP and KC is explored and it's time for the Biggest idea of all: Samantha Jones' F*** Clinic. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
January 21, 2019
Guy Montgomery is coming in hot with some positivity after hearing the McElroy brothers will be in Trolls 2. Timbo is chasing that good, good feeling by trying to take a leaf out of Samantha's post-flight fabulousness. Unfortunately, moods sour when it comes to Harry's tie and the Baha Men but at least we can all agree that Steve looks super cute in therapy. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
January 17, 2019
Fatigue is setting in. Which SaTC gal is Barry Obama? Tim posits that Tiger Woods sh*ts himself on the reg. Guy shares a delightful story about him defecating inside of skin coloured tights. Is Tim a misogynist because he doesn't enjoy women crapping themselves in films? It’s basically all poo chat in this one. Also, this season needs more weed! For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
January 14, 2019
Tim is in power pose with all the drinks, ready for another review of Sex and The City. He's once again broken the movie into bite-sized chunks so he doesn't choke on it. Monty isn't happy with Carrie not getting recognised for her great joke. Charlotte definitely got ebola. Anthony is a wedding gift. What's too big to be a chair and too small to be a couch? Plus, the correct order of acceptable numbers on a volume slider. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
January 10, 2019
Timbly and Guybo watch Sex and The City just hours after recording the last episode and the reviews are in: It's no good. You simply need more time between watches. Guy self-identifies as a Miranda and takes a trip down Warcraft lane. This episode also has a lot of love for Runkle, Monty giving the vocal performance of a lifetime and the boiz swapping stories about their children. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
January 7, 2019
Tim has been on his honeymoon and had a three week break from the movie. Upon his return to hanging out with the gals, he discovers the boys have been watching different cuts of the film (maybe?) Guy is discovering Pamplemousse-flavoured La Croix and Big's breeding rats. Some highly blasphemous business pitches are chucked around and we dive into what Timbo has deemed ‘The Deep End of The Pool’. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
January 3, 2019
Welcome Canadia-dians. In this fourth watch and review, Guy joins a pyramid scheme and Tim becomes a Coffee Guy. But where is THE Coffee Guy? Sex and The City becomes an announced enemy of The State of Tim and we introduce a new friend, Paul. The glossy Hollywood depiction of packing and moving is ripped apart by the boiz and they discuss who Richard Scarry is, leading to an even better question: Have adults simply been doing mindless busy work since the 1960s? For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
December 31, 2018
Our third episode and what have we learned? Almond Milk doesn't work in coffees. Guy loves St Louise's playfulness but little else, AND Tim is renting the movie every watch? Some strong acting from a fur protestor. Who knows if it's good but it definitely is STRONG. Checking in on our future Brady, it seems he’s modelling himself on Bruce Wayne? Let’s see where this goes. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
December 27, 2018
Tim faces a grand choice - does he destroy his morning or his marriage with Sex and The City viewings? The boys wonder why SaTC2 was made at all, Guy recounts the time he picked up a pretty scary hitchhiker while Timbo downs his brekkie. WHERE IS COFFEE GUY?! Why is string so important to helping crack a conspiracy theory? Who cares, because ultimately we need to congratulate to Jonathon Filey and Dana Robin. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
December 24, 2018
The boys are back in town. After promising to not return to the Worst Idea format, Guy and Tim are back in the mines. This time, 52 reviews of Sex and The City. In this exciting first watch, Guy has thrilled to see some peen, has extreme issues with Big's fashion and is legitimately touched by Steve and Miranda’s relationship. Tim can't get over the terrible timing of this film's release, loves Jennifer Hudson's character and welcomes to return of the Runkle Crunkle. Let’s dig in. This is gonna hurt. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
December 22, 2018
Guy and Tim say hello to some friends, goodbye for other friends and ‘Please get off your phone’ to potential live comedy punters. How’s Tim? How’s Guy’s literary knowledge? How high were the boys when we recorded Prawn Salad? Well, let’s find out! For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
December 16, 2018
Welcome to a podcast that gave us some money to advertise them: Legal Wars - it's good! The courtroom can be a battlefield over money, people’s rights, and even their lives. For some cases, the consequences can affect us long after the verdict is read. Based on extensive interviews and court transcripts, Wondery’s new podcast LEGAL WARS puts you inside the jury box of some of the most famous court cases in American history. Subscribe to Legal Wars today at wondery.fm/ For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
December 13, 2018
Guy and Tim watch Grown Ups (the first one) for the first time ever. Recorded live at Upright Citizens Brigade with a full audience just after the viewing, things get very low energy and tired and depressed. Featuring a birthday boy! For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
December 5, 2018
We're having a baby For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
November 28, 2018
This special features the Workjuice Players reading a script based on Guy and Tim's memory of Grown Ups 2. Featuring Busy Philipps, Melanie Lynskey, Jason Ritter, Michael McMillian, Mate Micucci, Ardern Myrin, Baron Vaughn, Marc McConville, Hal Lublin and Humphrey Ker. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
November 27, 2018
This episode of the podcast is Guy and Tim's Question and Answer session at Cinefamily, LA that was conducted immediately before the final watch of Grown Ups 2. A packed out audience of about 150 fans had their opportunity to ask what needed to be asked. Where's the knife? Where's Tanya? Where are the tattoos? All will be revealed. As best as Tim can hear them, here are the questions which were off-mic from the crowd: 1) How are you enjoying Los Angeles? 2) Are you guys as excited about Grown Ups 2 as we are? 3) What do you do in New Zealand, when you're not watching the movie? 4) Guy went to Europe for a month. I was wondering if Tim could give a Mystery Tour as to why. 5) Why did you do this? 6) Given the way you feel about the movie, what do you want us to take away from this viewing? 7) When this is over, what's next? 8) You've seen this movie a lot of ways at this point, but never with this many people or in a cinema so how do you feel about that? 9) Was there any reason why Guy kept falling asleep? 10) When you guys encounter this movie in the wild, like a friend's house or on TV, what's your gut reaction? 11) Do you feel any guilt for the amount of people that are now watching Grown Ups 2? For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
November 26, 2018
Guy and Tim have finally made it. It's the last viewing of Grown Ups 2, exactly one year after they started. Recorded live in front of a soldout CineFamily crowd on Sunset in Los Angeles, California. After a public viewing of the movie the lads have finally seen the backend of the movie. What ensues is an elated, nonsensical final romp through a film that's been a part of the boys' life for a long time. It's time to say goodbye. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
November 25, 2018
Guy and Tim have taken their camper (thanks Jucy Rentals!) to Joshua National Park, California. It's late, it's isolated and the boys are getting a little freaky. In this episode, the movie appears to have taken a backseat to delightful stories ranging from childhood bike injuries to a very recent adult pant-crapping incident. We find out what happened to Patty's grandparents and hear some positive words about Braden's acting ability. We're having a WONDEFUL time. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
November 24, 2018
Against the odds, Guy and Tim have made it to LA. They've eaten some Blaze Pizza and now it's time to tick some other bucket list items off the list; Namely, watching Grown Ups 2 in a Kmart. That's right, the lads have watched the entire film inside of a Kmart and recorded an episode in the terrible, dirty walls of the quintessential department store of yesteryear. Guy's approaching unattended kids, Tim's distracted by all the fantastic colours and products on offer. It's almost the end of the nightmare so get in while the getting's good. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
November 23, 2018
ATTN: DO NOT LISTEN TO THIS IF YOU HAVEN'T SEEN BIRDMAN YET Fresh from the table read of the script Guy and Tim wrote from memory being performed in front of 150 people in their hometown of Auckland, the lads immedately went home and chucked on the movie for the fourth to last time ever. It's 2am. It's an emotional podcast this week, Montgomery is mainly waking up for most of it and what is exposed is a raw, unguarded side of a man who is so near the finishline he can almost taste it. Voices are croacky, spirits are mixed and Guy and Tim are just trying to live every moment. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
November 22, 2018
It's finally here. The commentary nobody asked for, in which Guy and Tim provide an audio companion to your watch of Grown Ups 2 (not recommended) or simply a super-extended edition of the podcast to be enjoyed by itself (barely recommended). A rich tapestry of story telling, questionable facts and unbelievable facts about the making of Grown Ups 2. Witness two friends driven to madness by their 40th watch of a movie made by professional comedians who no longer cared about what they produced. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
November 21, 2018
Just what comes of two men when you sit them in front of Grown Ups 2 for the forth dozen time inside a year? Apparently, it's sour relationships, lots of singing, lots more swearing, rumination about their self-imposed prison and chats about the mighty Haast Eagle. If you weren't worried about Guy and Tim before this episode, you swear as hell will be now. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
November 20, 2018
Guy and Tim are on the road again, the road to watching Grown Ups 2. With just 5 episodes to go - the boys' mental sanity appears to be at an all time low. The boys momentarily become German tourists, Tim reminds everyone that Stone Cold is in the movie and there's a serious questions asked of the co-hosts' parents. Plus a confusing toilet paper themed shining light and a beaut of a Steve Buscemi Mystery Tour. And you know what else? You do not mop tar seal. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
November 18, 2018
Guy and Tim are back and they're suprisingly upbeat! Far from the nightmare depression the pair experienced in the last episode, both lads are back in action and armed with notes aplenty! This week, G and T continue to guess at what happened in the first Grown Ups, the Braden Warlock Theory makes a reappearence and we all find out how to spell our favourite brand in the film! Monty's impressed with the soundscape, Tim is taken with David Spade's dramatic chops and Patty's got jaguars! #BlazePizza For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
November 17, 2018
It's the first day of 2015 and in New Zealand, a wonderful summer day has gripped the whole country. But Guy and Tim aren't at the beach! Or even a park! They're indoors, watching the movie again and BOY is Tim unhappy about it (again). One of the lowest ebbs in the project so far. Guy stages an intervention to deal with Tim's drinking (which he does to deal with the movie), a book club of sorts breaks out midway through and you'll be treated to two kiwi men struggling through the 44th watch of a movie while hung over. HAPPY NEW YEAR! For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
November 16, 2018
Episode 43 of the podcast was recorded on Christmas eve. Guy was in New Zealand's beautiful South Island, near his family home for the holidays. Tim meanwhile was still in the North Island, interrupting wrapping presents and drinking beer with another watch of Grown Ups 2. They recorded the audio separately while speaking on Skype, with a view to stitch it together at the end. However Guy's laptop crashed, leaving the finished product as a solely one-sided (and rather drunken) wonder through the movie by Tim. The boys decided to record another podcast immediately after and that is epsiode 43. But this is the first, failed attempt. This is the coal in your podcast stocking. Why anyone would listen to this is beyond Guy and Tim's comprehension. But someone asked for it... For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
November 15, 2018
Twas the morn before Christmas And all through Tim's flat Nobody was home And he was down with that. He drunk beer after beer while he watched Grown Ups 2 While his friend Guy Montgomery was watching it too But alas, the lads were apart for their viewing this week And over Skype, using computers, did the boys online speak. And Tim had had beers, too many to count And Guy was in the South Island, next to a Mount! So they watched and they chatted and it all turned to shit. So they tried once again to record and, HEY! This is it! For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
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