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 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.
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.
All good things must come to an end, and for Mat Elfring at his guests The 5-50 Band, that means the final chapters of R Kelly’s “Trapped in the Closet,” for now. They watch the anti-climactic Chapters 29-33, which features the best and worst of the entire series.
It’s time, once again, to dive into R Kelly’s insane world that is “Trapped in the Closet.” Mat is joined by Chris, Brian, and Koopa of The 5-50 Band, formerly known as Los Mysterios, and they try to figure out just what in the hell is going on in Chapters 23-28.
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.
This week, Mat and Rock n Roll Andy celebrate their love of Turquoise Jeep, a record label that puts out bizarre, mainly green screened, videos which are seemingly satire of contemporary R&B and hip hop. The guys watch “Wifey Boo,” “The Cleaning Lady Hates Me,” and “Lemme Smang It.”
PKThe takes the time to celebrate the nation that is dominating when it comes to music videos: South Korea. Rock N Roll Andy and Mat are joined by Brian Leh, as both he and Mat have a love for K-Pop, more specifically, Taeyang. The guys watch “Bang Bang Bang” by Big Bang, “New Face” by Psy, and “Wedding Dress” by Taeyang. Take a shot every time someone says “Taeyang,” and you’ll be drunk in 10 minutes.
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.
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 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.”
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.
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!