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.
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.
The Triad of Mat, Andrew, and Will is back and discussing another minimovie from Michael Jackson. They’re discussing “Remember the Time, ” the video featuring Eddie Murphy, Iman, Magic Johnson, and Zues Lister as MJ is on the run after wooing Queen Iman.
Mat’s been gone after his wife had their child, and he’s adjusting to fatherhood. He and longtime parent Andrew “Cheeseburger” Parks decide to let YouTube pick the videos for them, which leads them down a weird rabbit hole, which finally ends with their frustration and watching an Outkast video.
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.
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.
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.
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 […]
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, Cheeseburger, and Rock N Roll are joined by the band Koopa & Los Mysterios for another round of R Kelly’s “Trapped in the Closet.” Things in the hip-hop dramedy start going off of the rails, and the guys have a lot of conspiracies about these characters and whether or not this is all based on a true story.
We’re back! This week, Mat and Cheeseburger Parks are joined by the band Koopa & Los Mysterios on their continuing journey through R Kelly’s hip-hop dramedy, “Trapped in the Closet.” In addition, we renew our love for Tron, even though his name is actually Twan.
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.
It’s part two of our six part series, diving into R Kelly’s magnum opus. Mat, Cheeseburger Parks, and Rock N Roll Andy watch chapters 7-12 of R Kelly’s “Trapped in the Closet.”
In the first of a six-part planned series, Mat, Cheeseburger Parks, and Rock N Roll Andy watch chapters 1-6 of R Kelly’s magnum opus “Trapped in the Closet.” Alongside the gang is Brian Leh and Chris Leh of Koopa and Los Mysterios.
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.
Mat Elfring and Andrew Parks return to wrap-up the rest of the Grammy-nominated songs for Best Music Video. They decide which video should win the award and try desperately to forget about that Coldplay video. Also, Mat admits he accidentally confused Xzibit and DMX the week prior.
Get ready for the 2017 Grammys! Mat Elfring and Andrew Parks discuss three of the five “Best Music Video”nominations and keep track of which one’s they think are going to win. They watch Beyonce’s “Formation,” Leon Bridges’ “River,” and Coldplay’s “Up & Up.”
It’s minimovie week! Mat Elfring and Andrew Parks break down a music video they loved as kids, Michael Jackson’s “Black or White.” They quickly realized it is a terrible video.
Longtime friend, Andrew Parks, comes on the show to talk about two of Mat’s favorite videos by Kurtis Blow and New Edition.