This week, Matt Drufke returns with a new challenger, and their name is Skitz M Jones–a Chicagoland comedian. Jones brings a delightful romp into the world of lycanthropy with TV on the Radio’s “Wolf Like Me.”
Matt & Erin Drufke have a couple’s counseling session this week. Each member of the husband/wife duo picked a weird video the other hasn’t seen. This week, the two are discussing Quarashi’s “Stick ‘Em Up” and Cibo Matto’s “Know Your Chicken.”
For the first time, the guys dive into the work of Madonna by watching “Borderline,” “Express Yourself,” and “Music,” three videos from the singer from three different decades.
It’s time once again for Mat Elfring to pat himself on the back for living through another year. This week, he’s joined by Andrew “Cheeseburger” Parks and Will “Gravy” Ash, and the guys discuss some of Mat’s favorite music from the 2000s, which includes “It’s Time to Party” by Andrew WK, “Go Right Ahead” by The Hives, and “You” by Mustard Plug. The guys have had a bit to drink and spend a lot of time talking about concerts they all went to during their 20s.
It’s the holiday season once again, and Mat is on the hunt for more Christmas music videos. However, he’s already scrapped the bottom of the barrel with “All I Want For Christmas Is You” by Mariah Carey, “Mistletoe” by Justin Bieber, and “Oi to the World” by No Doubt.
Mat, Andrew, and Will sit down to watch four music videos sang by WWE wrestlers. They’re discussing “Speaking From The Heart” by Randy Savage, “Bad Bad Man” by John Cena, “Dance All Night” by Naomi, and “#MMMGorgeous” by Tyler Breeze. Also, we learn Andrew does a stellar Macho Man impression.
The guys are watching as many music videos featuring celebrities singing that they can before they tap out or get too drunk. This week, they’re discussing videos by Eddie Murphy, Don Johnson, Joey Lawrence, and Lindsay Lohan.
Time for a Halloween Spooktacular! Mat Elfring, Andrew Parks, and Will Ash are back and having a frightfully good time drinking beers and watching terrifying music videos. This week they watch “Come to Daddy” and “Rubber Johnny” by Aphex Twin, “Somebody’s Watching Me” by Rockwell, and “Scream” by The Misfits.
To celebrate the start of the NFL season, Mat is talking about music videos performed by NFL teams. Of course, he’s discussing the “Super Bowl Shuffle” by the Chicago Bears. In addition, Mat learns about the overly-sexual “Ram It” by the LA Rams and ponders “Fear Da Tiger” by the Cincinnati Bengals.
Returning champions Matt Drufke and Erin Kulinski are here to talk about a couple of Spike Jonze videos: “Sabotage” by Beastie Boys and “Get Back” by Ludacris. Mat and Matt discuss the finer points of bathroom etiquette, and Erin enjoys a good fake mustache and wig.
It’s been months, but Matt Drufke and Mat Elfring are back together again! They are joined by Erin Kulinski to talk about Lionel Richie’s “Hello” followed by “Goodbye” by the Spice Girls, which was only chosen because it had wolves in the screenshot.
Things get a little sexy on PKThe After Dark, as Cheeseburger picks out the videos for what he describes as a “very horny episode.” We watch “Dirrty” by Xtina (Before she became Xtina), “Toxic” by Britney Spears, and “Nasty” by Janet Jackson. Cheeseburger’s reactions are a bit gross.
After a long week at San Diego Comic Con, Mat is back! He and Cheeseburger Parks are discussing the evolution of singer Davey Havok throughout the years, and their first time seeing AFI live. This week, they watch AFI’s “He Who Laughs Last,” “Miss Murder,” and Dreamcar’s “Kill For Candy.” Honestly, this is all just a ploy by Mat to get you to buy Dreamcar’s album because he loves it.
Returning champion Matt Drufke hosts this week’s episode, and it revolves around the classy and refined tradition of dinner parties. He welcomes comedians Alex Crockman and Steve Comenduley as they was Against Me!’s “Thrash Unreal” and INXS’s “The One Thing,” all while serving up the greatest foods you can never see because this is an audio podcast.
Time to shoot off some fireworks and blow some stuff up! This week, Cheeseburger and Mat are getting uber-patriotic, drinking American beer, and watching three music videos about America: “Living in America” by James Brown, “R.O.C.K. in the U.S.A. by John Mellencamp, and “Party in the U.S.A.” by Miley Cyrus.
After having the flu for a week and binging GLOW on Netflix, Mat hunkered down and put together an episode revolving around wrestlers in music videos. You can hear about Mat’s story hosting an event at E3 and just how sick he got as he discusses “We’re Not Gonna Take It” by Bif Naked, “It Doesn’t Matter” by Wyclef Jean, and “Girls Just Want To Have Fun” by Cyndi Lauper.
Matt Drufke returns for a new miniepisode where he tries to find worthwhile videos involving NBA stars! Sadly, there aren’t many, so Matt discusses “Forever” by Drake, Kanye West, Lil Wayne, and Eminem, as well as “Jam” by Michael Jordan.
Believe it or not, this week, we talked to My Chemical Romance’s singer, Gerard Way, about his favorite music video. Don’t get too excited… It’s a 30 second interview. Andrew and Mat talk about two MCR’s videos and spend way too much time working on their southern gentleman accent.
Mat and Matt are back and discussing two incredibly popular videos from the past few years, Miley Cyrus’s “Wrecking Ball” and Lady Gaga’s “Bad Romance.” The guys talk about the impact the videos had on the world, and they discuss one of the directors of the video, who has an allegedly shady past.
Mat and Cheeseburger put the “X Gon’ Give It To Ya” joke to rest as they watch the classic DMX video as well as one of Mat’s all-time favorite music videos “What U See Is What U Get” by Xzibit.
Lots of stoners out there will be reminding you this week that April 20 is coming up: a day people smoke marijuana more than normal. Mat and Cheeseburger Parks investigate whether or not people who smoke way too much weed understand humor. They do not. The guys watch “Because I Got High” by Afroman and “Dr Greenthumb” by Cyprus Hill.
Shaun Fitzpatrick returns to the show to talk with Mat about Limp Bizkit’s “My Way” and Crazy Town’s “Butterfly.” They quickly remember it’s not the best era for music nor music videos.
Comedian Matt Drufke returns to talk Johnny Cash and Bjork with Mat Elfring. They watch the incredibly depressing “Hurt,” then move onto the light-hearted “Oh So Quiet.”
This week, Koopa and the Los Mysterios guitarist Andrew Leh comes on and we watch Wham’s “Last Christmas” and NSYNC’s “Merry Christmas, Happy Holidays.” It’s a Christmas miracle!