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.”
Digging deep into his love of Big Bang and K-Pop, Mat returns to discuss one of his current favorite jams “Good Boy” by Taeyang and G-Dragon. In addition, he digs up a mini-episode Matt Drufke recorded a year ago for the super-fun Hanson song “Thinking ‘Bout Somethin’.”
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.”
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.
Matt Drufke dives into Taylor Swift’s newest music video “Look What You Make Me Do,” which has broken YouTube records. Mat Elfring chimes in occasionally, even though he wasn’t originally part of the episode, to give his thoughts and some background info on the Taylor Swift/Katy Perry feud.
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.
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.
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.
Matt Drufke goes solo this week to discuss Audioslave’s “Cochise” in the wake of Chris Cornell’s passing.
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.
Matt Drufke and Mat Elfring are back and diving into the world of music videos that tie into movies once again. This time, they take a look at the work of Will Smith, whose songs completely describe the plots of his films.
It’s Mat Elfring’s birthday this week, so he and Matt Drufke are watching two videos Mat loved during his teen years: “Tonight Tonight” by Smashing Pumpkins and “Freak on a Leash” by Korn. Interesting enough, they were both directed by Jonathan Dayton and Valerie Faris.
It’s minimovie week! Mat Elfring and Matt Drufke are discussing one of Drufke’s favorite music videos: Puff Daddy’s “It’s All About the Benjamins (Rock Remix I).” The guys discuss how Puff Daddy got from going on tour to playing a high school prom with BDSM enthusiast Lil Kim, in this Spike Jonze video.
In this week’s over-sized episode. Mat Elfring and Matt Drufke discuss the best music videos of 2016. Drufke comes up with a convoluted way to figure out what three videos to talk about. The guys come to a conclusion of what their favorite videos were for 2016.
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.”
Comedian Matt Drufke comes on the show this week to talk about Meat Loaf’s “I Would Do Anything For Love,” directed by Michael Bay.