Mat discusses two music videos that he remembers from his childhood that have stuck with him, for better or worse. First up is “Sweet Dreams” by Eurythmics and “Enjoy the Silence” by Depeche Mode.
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.
The gang is headed to the movies to check out some music videos. Mat, Will, and Andrew are discussing Dokken’s “Dream Warriors” from Nightmare on Elm Street 3 and Queen’s “Princes of the Universe” from Highlander, and yes, they all spend way to much time on Sean Connery impressions.
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.
Mat is joined by Cheeseburger Parks and Will “Gravy” Ash as they try to make sense of J-Pop. The guys watch BabyMetal’s “Doki Doki Morning,” Kyary Pamyu Pamyu’s “Ponponpon,” and a special video chosen by Parks, who doesn’t get the concept of the episode.
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.
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.
This week, Mat takes suggestions from fans of the show and watches three videos recommended by you! He watches Ima Robot’s “Greenback Boogie,” Shudder To Think’s “X-French Tee Shirt,” and Gorillaz’s “Saturnz Barz.”
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.
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.
Mat and Cheeseburger take a tour of Michael Jackson’s “Thriller,” a John Landis directed music video that takes place in a dream, in a Vincent Price directed movie. While many consider “Thriller” to be one of the best music videos ever made, does it still hold up? After Cheeseburger and Mat discussed “Black or White,” they’re a bit skeptical. However, spoiler alert, “Thriller” is still awesome and has the best jacket featured in a music video of all time.
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.
Mat and Cheeseburger get weird again. This week, they’re in a post-apocalyptic future watching two videos about the post-apocalypse: “California Love” by Tupac and “Wild Boys” by Duran Duran. Will […]
Mat talks to returning guest/comedian/artist Shaun Fitzpatrick about the iconic music video “Take on Me” by A-ha. Then, in a PKThe first, they take a request from one of their listeners and watch “Rock Me Amadeus” by Falco.
Mat Elfring, “Rock N Roll” Andrew Leh, and “Cheeseburger” Andrew Parks are talking about two very different music videos featuring the same title: “Head Over Heels” by Tears for Fears and the Go-Gos.
Podcast Killed welcomes the husband/wife comedic duo Lewis Rhine and Jocelyn Hulme to this week’s episode. They discuss the abusive relationship between Paula Abdul and MC Skat Kat in “Opposites Attract.” Then, Jocelyn schools the guys on who everyone is in Taylor Swift’s “Bad Blood.”
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!
Longtime friend, Andrew Parks, comes on the show to talk about two of Mat’s favorite videos by Kurtis Blow and New Edition.