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F That Guy Podcast
It's all about the hate.
Category: Comedy
Location: Astoria, NY
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September 22, 2014 02:19 PM PDT

Work, work, work. Episode 8 focuses on the dreary rat race and all its ugly faces. Mo recounts his decade-long stint at a Pittsburgh pizzeria before heading to NYC to work at a Chipotle. Nick stops a pedophile at Red Robin (almost) and bears witness to a suicide on a bridge. Fun stuff!

September 22, 2014 02:31 PM PDT

Nick and Mo recount the glories of their school years. So, of course, topics include midgets committing suicide at SeaWorld, geriatric sexual assault, Nick's father threatening to murder a gym teacher and the first mention of the official FTGP disease - "sugar blindness."

September 22, 2014 02:42 PM PDT

It's the end of the world and we know it ... is the perfect opportunity to say 'f--k it.' The FTGP cuts to the meat of the apocalypse fantsies. Asteroids? check. Zombies? Check. A regressive prehistorical catastrophe where apes, sharks and dinosaurs RULE THE EARTH? Check. Nick talking about how he can beat up something that he in no way can possibly beat up? Check. Also, Keds are discussed as the ultimate "fat kid's shoes."

September 22, 2014 03:00 PM PDT

Episode 11 has Nick and Mo looking back at the folks who raised them and are ultimately to blame for this podcast. Mo spins yarns about his dad, "Dynamite" Dan Mozuch and Nick gives insight into the man, the myth, the legend, "Hollywood" Jerry Milton. Two tough men doing the best they could with two f--k-up sons.

September 22, 2014 03:09 PM PDT

After 11 episodes of such soft topics as religion, sexual assault and bullying Nick and Mo decide to get controversial. F--k that Predator (originally titled F--k that Kid F--ker) answers the questions no one was asking about sexual predators in today's America. Also, Howard the Duck is mentioned!

September 22, 2014 03:27 PM PDT

In another special two-part episode, the FTGP decides to puff, puff, pass judgement on America's burgeoning drug culture. Nick and Mo talk about all the highs and lows of their own personal experience with drugs, particularly Mo's 14-year-long-high-everyday streak. Nick recounts his experience of taking psychadelics and losing track of time inside of a mystical vortex he discovered inside a stripper's butthole. Mo explains why you shouldn't make Resevoir Dogs references under the influence or talk about the most efficient way to kill yourself when you meet hot chicks.

September 22, 2014 03:29 PM PDT

In another special two-part episode, the FTGP decides to puff, puff, pass judgement on America's burgeoning drug culture. Nick and Mo talk about all the highs and lows of their own personal experience with drugs, particularly Mo's 14-year-long-high-everyday streak. Nick recounts his experience of taking psychadelics and losing track of time inside of a mystical vortex he discovered inside a stripper's butthole. Mo explains why you shouldn't make Resevoir Dogs references under the influence or talk about the most efficient way to kill yourself when you meet hot chicks.

September 22, 2014 03:40 PM PDT

America has had a long standing love affair with cars. Nick and Mo? Not so much. In this week's episode the guys talk about their legendary beater cars, Mo's 11 traffic accidents and debate parallel parking techniques. Mo relives the adolescent trauma of taking the driver's test with an instructor who has a baby arm and Nick talks about all the ways he has had sex inside a car and the empty emotional hole it created. Also, is pond scum a lubricant? You decide.

September 22, 2014 04:08 PM PDT

The FTGP returns to its roots and targets one of Hollywood's most unlikable personalities. Corey Feldman, former teen actor whose relevance expired before Google was a thing, is on the business end of Nick and Mo's professional brand of hatred. In true FTGP form the discussions covers a lot of ground, veering away from Feldman's critical douchebaggery to disect what a Goonies-themed cuckold porn would look like, what the show 227 is about and whether or not John and Joan Cusack ever banged.

September 22, 2014 04:13 PM PDT

Nick and Mo aren't role models (as the opening discussion about jerking off in dressing rooms makes very clear.) But that doesn't mean they can't tear down the role models from your childhood. In this episode of the FTGP the guys break down all the worthwhile superheroes and then decide to put together their own blockbuster squad. Also, you get to hear Lou Ferrigno's thoughts on Edward Snowden which can be summed up with one word: #flipcoin.

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