Great comedy comes in 3's and now FTGP is running at full comedic potential. Nick and Mo welcome comedian CW Headley to the show and he jumpstarts things in true FTGP fashion with a lot of cum talk, his life growing up as a Jehovah's Witness and tales of working for a Nazi waffleteer. The guys also talk about CW's weird fully-clothed sexual history, his inability to scam a naive french girl and the acceptable forms of dick-on-dick action in a bangbang/three-way scenario. Oh, and there's discussion of Jim Belushi fucking Mo's wife.
FTGP is back with a look at America's true pastime: lying. Nick and Mo dissect the "little white lies" of their childhoods to explain why they have no moral compass as adults. Nick reveals some of his own personal best lies and Mo overshares about his personal life for the first redaction in FTGP history. We also learn the qualifications for a "hot jack" (think dick friction and a block of ice) and the guys wrap it all up with a look at the biggest liar they've ever met, a clueless simpleton from Pittsburgh.
You've heard the rest now it's time for the best (clips from our top six episodes). Part two of the best of extravaganza include fan favorites like the shitty ICP Mom, Nick's catalog of angry ex-girlfriend voice mails, the infamous hanging at the Red Robin, lots of appreciation for Dateline predators and, of course, one very handy horse. Also, Nick and Mo get crushed when every single guest no-shows for the big party. Oh, and Mo still needs a chair.
It's simply the best (clips from episodes 6-12 on a fan favorite countdown). Nick and Mo kick back and reflect on a not-so-grueling 25 episode span in the first part of a two-part best of celebration. Highlights include the infamous Facebook randomizer, lots of discussion about sexual assaults, skin tags, racial profiling, Corey Feldman's hacienda and more. Plus, Nick and Mo eagerly await some very special guests at their best of celebration shindig.
This time on FTGP Nick & Mo decide to embrace their status as "Have Nots" and stick it to the "Haves." The 1%. From corporations that think losing money is worse than spreading AIDS to trust fund pigs that think their poetry is just misunderstood, Nick & Mo skewer the rich. The smartest, most brilliant minds also produce assholes like the animal-torturing plagiarist/sociopath Thomas Edison. And a talent like Gywneth Paltrow is so bland Nick & Mo talk about washing their dicks, plastic surgery and the Uprising instead.
There are only two things guaranteed in life: death and taxes. Nick and Mo take on the former in this week's episode, Fuck Death. The guys touch upon such rosy topics as the most inconvenient way to commit suicide, what happens when the robots start raping us and poisoning. So much poisoning in America. Also, Nick's penis is definitely (probably) the reincarnation of Robert Shaw.
Nick and Mo get back to their roots and focus the hate on one of America's most mustachioed douchebags: Jesse "The Body" Ventura. former governor, current asshole, Jesse Ventura embodies everything you love to hate in another human being. Whether he's suing military widows or taking the mentally ill on televised field trips to "secret government towers" you'll marvel at just how low the man can go and how he managed to turn one catchphrase from Predator into a tepid acting career spanning almost a decade. Also, meet Greg Politics!
The FTGP family adds a new member, comedian Blake Carter, to come and discuss all things celluloid. Nick and Mo decide to talk movies. This week the FTGP dissects the actual experience of movies, from sneaking into drive-ins in the trunk of a car to the plight of black teenagers paying for snacks on dates to the salty, dick-stinging logistics of putting your wang into a bag of popcorn. Then it's all about the hate by handing out awards for some of the worst performers, directors and films to ever have the audacity to try and entertain our cultivated minds. Also, Harvey Keitel auditions for The Terminator.
The FTGP isn't perfect. but then again, neither is God Almighty. The topic this week is to discuss all of God's failed designs, from the infirm to the feeble-minded to the vertically challenged. Mo gives a TMI-tutorial on smegma and smegma hygiene and Nick introduces us to the post-stardom life of Corky from "Life goes On." The guys also discover the similarities between dealing with a mentally challenged person and dating Nick Milton. There are more than you'd think. Oh! There's also talk of genital deformities. Too much talk of genital deformities? Not possible on the FTGP.