Allie and Julia speak directly to you, the listener, about why they're going on a "winter break" and what that could mean for your Simpsons-loving future. From dating games, to "Waynestock"-type festivals, to videos, to Patreon subscriber bonuses. The sky's the limit, and so is our talk about Sega Genesis games from the '90s. See you nerds on January 4th!
Liz Prince (Cartoonist, "Tom Boy") joins the gals to bend the Wookie about "Lisa's Rival." They attempt to suss out Liz's unexplainable obsession with "The Fugitive," heartbreaking moments of adolescence, and the fact that not everything is shipped in big oil tankers. Join us for all the terrifying lows, the dizzying highs and the creaaaaamy centers of this episode!
Deanna Rooney (Comedy / Art / Animation goddess) joins the gals in talkin' about her Halloween obsession, how cuddly gremlins can be when swaddled by Ned Flanders, and how we all wish we had a Super Fun Happy Slide in our lives. Listen to this new episode and live by our new motto, "When else am I gonna be here?"
Erin Pearce (bad-ass artist, voice of Toodee on "Yo Gabba Gabba", among other things) joins the gals in talkin' this stellar season 6 opener that features everything from Frank Sinatra covers, Star Trek references, and hours upon hours of "Classic Krusty" episodes. Listen to this episode and soon YOU'LL be queen of summertime! ...or King. King of summertime. Never mind.
Allie and Julia walk through several favorite TOH moments throughout the years, touching upon some of your favorites and expanding into some of the ones you may have missed. They read your tweets, Facebook posts, and even find spooooooky hidden political messages in the song, "Just Don't Look"! It's a g-g-g-great FEAST for your EARS!
M'F'IN JON GABRUS (everything funny recently, look it up) chats with Allie and Julia about the infamous Power Sauce episode. In this, they get to the bottom of who REALLY sang "Lisa It's Your Birthday," (hint: not MJ), and how "Gime? What's a gime?" is every boy's favorite Simpsons joke for some reason. Listen to this episode if every food you eat is in bar form! (and even if not!)
Comedian Paul Jay joins the gals to discuss the STONECUTTERS EPISODE and lay down some truths about egg councils, what makes Steve Guttenberg a star, and the simple poetry of a good hypnotism joke.
It's a special PODCAST CROSS-OVER! Kevin T. Porter (Gilmore Guys) joins the girls in talking about the infamous Ned Flanders agro-backstory episode. Together they cover load-bearing posters, mic-dropping rants, and what happens when you do nothing, and NOTHING'S WORKED!
Here's a special BONUS ON THE ROAD EPISODE from one-half of the ECUP team. Julia chats with local Knoxville comedians Matt Chadourne and Tyler Sonnichsen LIVE from the SunSphere ITSELF and are extremely disappointed at the lack of wig shops.
Tim Long (longtime Simpsons writer!) joins the gals in a rollicking good discussion that covers the gamut from '70s French New Wave Cinema to Barnaby Jones to security footage shows at Ann Taylor.
John Ungaro (Stonecutters LA, The Meltdown) joins the girls to talk about the polarizing episode that delves into Principal Skinner's double-identity past. Brought to you by Coffee-flavored Beverine - take it gray, with creamium!
It's a Gilmore Guys / ECUP cross-over in this special episode featuring Demi Adejuyigbe (@Midnight). Demi shares his fondness for Charles Bronson jokes, how there's no "off episode" of The Simpsons, and that Andy Williams jokes are ALWAYS funny.
In this 2nd special ON-CAMERA edition of ECUP, Caitlin Gill guides Allie and Julia through the Simpsons-skewering of politics, fancy sweatshirts, and delivering a stump speech through the voice of Duff Man that'll bring a tear to your eye.
In this week's episode, Mike Mitchell (The Birthday Boys) joins Allie and Julia to talk about Mike's adventures as a Simpsons PA, mom logic, and finding YOUR dead body.
Both seasons of The Birthday Boys are available on Netflix, and Mike's podcast, Doughboys, is available on iTunes and at www.feralaudio.com.
In this week's whackadoo episode, Allie and Julia are joined by Joe Kwaczala (@joekjoek) to talk about his Jebediah Springfield theory, the inevitable(?) end of The Simpsons and the mystery of Christopher Collins. Plus Krusty Q's!
The hilarious Liza Treyger (@glittercheese) joins Allie and Julia to talk about goofy dads, dorkily makefunable e-mails and wedding after wedding after wedding! Liza's new album, Glitter Cheese, is available NOW on iTunes and other fine digital outlets.
In this special BONUS mid-week episode, the girls chat with Sean O'Connor (Late Late Show with James Corden, Comedy Central) in their first ever VIDEO EPISODE OF THE PODCAST. Whoa! Enjoy the audio track version of this special on-camera ep, which features everything from race car beds, thoughts on divorced households, and a WHITE HOT visual round of playing dignity-inspired pictionary.
Pat Cassels (College Humor) joins Allie and Julia to talk sibling rivalry, jokes vs. heart, and SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS (I got to sit up front because I'm good at sports!). The tender moments from this episode are some of the tender-iest the show has to offer, so buckle up - clutch your severed head of Mr. Honeybunny close and get ready for feeling some feelings.
Erin Mallory Long (Best Of Friends podcast, HelloGiggles, Fashion Police) joins Allie and Julia to talk about 90s fashion, how bad-ass Mrs. Krabappel is, and some late-period Gilmore Girls spoilers. It's like, you know, whatever.
Jake Goldman (Powerpuff Girls, Futurama) joins Allie Goertz and Julia Prescott to talk Mother Simpon, Matt Groening, Comic Con, and the heart of the Simpsons.
Bill Oakley (former Simpsons showrunner!) chats with Allie and Julia about one of the more fun and unique writing experiences on The Simpsons. He shares his favorite moments in the writer's room, origin stories of classic jokes, and how #SteamedHams will always be a trending hashtag in our hearts forever.
Dana Gould, yes THE Dana Gould sits down with Allie and Julia to discuss the first Simpsons ep he ever penned to paper -- er -- digital paper. Through this, he touches upon favorite and most bizarre celeb voice-recording sessions, how sometimes the best jokes in your episodes come from mysterious sources, and that the Simpsons writer's room is the best place to learn how to twist a story toward its breaking point while still leaving in intact.
Jordan Morris (@Midnight writer, co-host of Jordan Jesse, Go! Podcast) joins Allie and Julia to teach them that faith is a winding and personal journey thanks to moon waffles, woodland creatures, and being snuggled up like a warm cinnabon bun.
American's son Josh Androsky (Vice) joins Allie and Julia to talk Homie the Clown and STREET JUSTICE.