Monday, February 23, 2015

Episode 6: No Scorekeeper, No Problem

Matthew couldn't be with us this week because he died.

But that's okay, because my cousins are saner and alive and willing to let me broadcast their voices for free into the endless abyss of cat pictures and pr0n so that a hacker called 4chan can steal their nude selfies and distribute them on Reddit.

What was I talking about?

Matthew will be back next time. For now listen to Jacob and Christin try to figure out the difference between ALF and the Incredible Hulk while my cousin Ryan does sums in his head because he's better than me at numbers and most everything else.

Thanks again to Disasterpeace for the use of Funky Fruitstand as our intro.

I think I'm getting the hang of this podcasting thing.

Saturday, February 14, 2015

Episode 5: The One Where I'm Really Loud

Since we're going so long between episodes I get really out of practice and the levels on this episode aren't great. That's on me, and I'll make sure to do better normalization this time.

In the meantime, find out why Matthew has such low self-esteem, hear some killer tunes, and learn about flying whales, Ringo Starr's bathroom habits, and butt chugging.

Butt chugging, ho!

Monday, July 7, 2014

Episode 4: Podfading 101 (Spoilers, ho!)

Yep, it's been a while, but we're still here. Literally tens of people have asked if we're going to do another show. So we climbed out of the abyss to do this again, just for you.

My wife has been a huge fan of the "Battlestar Galactica" remake since I forced her to watch the mini-series. Joking! Actually, I think she got me to watch. Alex and I have been reading through "A Song of Ice and Fire" together, and he was one of the people that convinced me to watch the show.

In this episode, Katrina and Alex will go head to head to find out who remembers the most inane details about incredibly popular television shows (and books). It should go without saying that this episode is full of spoilers.

It's our newest (and easiest, I think) show ever!

Tuesday, April 29, 2014

Episode 3: The Ruiner


Glad we got that out of the way.

So the topics were supposed to be a bit of a guessing game for our guests. But I went and ruined that too. Seems I can't do anything right.

But at least we have people playing this time. In case you want to spoil it for yourself, Doctor Who and The Walking Dead (comic and show!) are the topics for this show. With that in mind, I just want to say again: this episode has spoilers in it!  

Don't say I didn't warn you.

Monday, April 14, 2014

Episode 2: Alone Together

We have no players this week. But we're gonna do it anyway, because I bought a mixer, damnit. We sound way better in this episode.

Of the people that were lined up, nobody was available to play. We're confident that we'll have a line going around the block soon, so check back in a week or two.

Today you get to listen to Matthew and I do...basically what we do every day anyway, but this time in front of people on the internet.  May you learn something that will win you an argument.


Wednesday, April 2, 2014

Episode 1: Wherein Everyone Fails at Everything

Thanks for listening to I Know This One!  A trivia game for people who aren't as smart as they think they are.

Right now, that's mostly my friends and coworkers.

I wanted to get back into podcasting, and had started listening to Good Job, Brain! (You should too!) 

On the short-lived podcast I used to do we did a little news quiz at the end of each show, and it was always the best part. It seemed there currently aren't that many trivia podcasts out there, so it seemed like there was room to grow.

But I wanted to do something a little different than Good Job, Brain! and other random trivia games. 

So here's what we decided to do:

Each player gets to pick a category, not from a pre-determined list, but straight out of their own head. They can pick anything they think they're good at. The first two rounds cover each of those categories with five questions each. Both players get the opportunity to answer these questions. You'll get the rest of it as you listen.

Obviously, the rules could change. I'm writing this after recording the first episode and I'm already thinking about it. Hindsight and all that.

Lastly, I wanted to thank chip musician Disasterpeace again here for letting use "Funky Fruitstand" as the intro to the show. He doesn't promote or support the show in any way, but I wanted to support him for being a cool person. Check him out at and on iTunes.

Download the show here. We had a great time making it, and we hope you enjoy it.

-M. Gregory