This week we say fuck you to Mother Nature. CW describes the ecological terrors of his self pleasure, Mo admits he’s an idiot about Sasquatch and we say good riddance to the useless Javan rhino. Plus other dumb animals we hope go extinct (including anti-vaccers and flat earth nitwits), an exploration of racism in space-based and undersea utopias and the resident lib cuck reveals he’s not as green as he is blue. Also, why aren’t there any good disaster movies?
This week on FTG we say Fuck That Guy to one of the most fuck you-able targets ever: Kirk Cameron. From his colossal religious arrogance, which included attempts to sabotage Matthew Perry as "an agent of Satan" and sending Robert Downey Jr. into spiraling addiction, to his banana trutherisms and prominent anal sex enthusiasm, Kirk Cameron is every inch the douchebag his punchable face says he is. Did we mention he thought being on set with a babbling, brain damaged Dudley Moore was the result of God trying to talk to him through a babbling, brain-damaged Dudley Moore? Or that he pitched a sitcom with Scott Baio and his flunkie friend from Charles in Charge where the trio would play reformed liberals ( a gay, a junkie and an environmentalist) who found God? Oh, and he "Saves Christmas" by telling you that commercialism is actually what Jesus would've wanted. FUCK THAT GUY.
Nick and Mo dissect the lies and times of pompous action star Steven Seagal. From his early years lying about his life to interested Hollywood execs to his later work where he lies about his spirutality to local news reporters, the career of Steven Seagal is a difficult one to not mock. There is also a robust discussion of Seagal's gay male prostitute blackmail rumors, his inability to ever find his 'I'll be back' moment and the longstanding debate as to who truly owned 80s action, Seagal or Schwarzenegger. Also, Nick thinks he can beat up Steven Seagal and Mo tries to make him understand that he never, ever will.
No episode more clearly defines the differences between Nick and Mo than this one, the 'F--k The Date' episode. The guys get a special guest appearance from Nick's roommate/nemesis Gopher a.k.a. Poundcake. Mo talks about what it's like to be an unf--kable blob of nerdy virginity and Nick explains the ups and downs of falling for crazy pussy. Gopher, an unf--kable in his own right, tells perhaps the most depressing first date story of the show. It involves his fingers and a very loose butthole.
Porn, porn and more porn. Nick and Mo discuss California's controversial "Measure B" law that forces porn actors to wear condoms, as well as a nostalgic retelling of the porn glories of their mid-90s youth in the days before the internet. A series of tragically embarrassing personal revelations come with each discussion, as well as a thorough examination of some of the strangest, crudest pornography ever viewed by two lifelong perverts.
Nick and Mo take victim blaming to a whole new level. They champion the unpopular pro-bullying stance and examine all of the overlooked positives, including the ways being both the bully and the victim have improved them as human beings. After hearing their personal experiences with bullying you won't know whether to judge them, pity them, hate them or keep listening because it's both awful and hilarious.
Is there any band worse than KISS? Of, course. ICP. Or is it? In the first part of a special two-part podcast Nick and Mo examine the Knights In Satan's Service and their various "contributions" to the rock n roll landscape. This includes a drummer's battle with breast cancer, Ace Frehley's anti-semitic prop comedy and Paul Stanley's inclredibly lifelike penis doodles. Also, Gene Simmons is one juggalo tattoo away from becoming one of the worst people in human history.
Part Two of this podcast takes a long, hard look at the Insane Clown Posse. Too long? You be the judge. But after a line-by-line analysis of the ICP ballad "Miracles," a look at the FBI conspiracy to label juggalos a gang, stories from the infamous Gathering of Juggalos and a hefty amount of judgement leveled at a fan who had an ICP funeral FOR HER BABY you'll realize Nick and Mo barely scratch the surface. Ninja.
Who better to answer man's eternal question better than Nick and Mo? A rundown of all the major religions is capped off with an introduction to Mo-stianity, possibly the best religion ever. The guys also try to figure out what, exactly, is the miserable blackness feasting upon Nick's soul. good, clean, family fun.
The F**k That guy podcast welcomes back it's first ever guest, part-time comedian and full-time roommate Nick Angelo a.k.a. Gopher. Gopher weighs in on the debate on what defines a friend, what the "friendzone" is, a little wild sex talk and, of course, some porn. The guys also take a spin on the Facebook randomizer and find the phony digital friends we love to hate.