Monthly Archives: November 2021

Teaser: Frotcast 495, Will Smith’s Weird Sex Life, With Laremy And Joey Avery



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This week on the Frot, Matt Lieb is in Costa Rica dropping acid with spider monkeys, changing his whole perspective on shit, but in order to fill the mustache-shaped void, we’ve got comedian Joey Avery and Whoop Dreams star Laremy Legel filling in. As for discussion topics, it turns out Steven Seagal isn’t the only celebrity with the unique physiological reaction to arousal. That’s right, we’re talking about Will Smith and his latest weird story about how he once had so much sex it started to make him puke. And hey, did his family adopt his girlfriend when he was a teen? Also, we’re comparing Will Smith’s performance as Richard Williams in King Richard to the actual Richard Williams. There’s also Joey’s trip to Jacksonville, Laremy’s experience growing up in Florida, and Thanksgiving food. I hope you enjoy it super duper hard.


604: The Fleshy Part of the Thigh with Katrina Davis



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Writer and comedian Katrina Davis comes to us on the day of our 69th podcast to join Matt & Vince for a conversation about The Sopranos season 6 episode 4, “Fleshy Part of the Thigh.” Tony’s on the mend and there’s a lot going on in his hospital.

 

Hal Halbrook plays, as Katrina notes, a Jack Kerouac / Mark Twain hybrid-looking physicist who watches a boxing match with Tony and a rapper recovering from multiple gunshot wounds. Treach from Naughty By Nature plays a guy named Marvin, who is hanging out at the same hospital, wishing he could get shot to boost his rap career. In the earlier seasons, The Sopranos had no idea how to write black characters, but by the sixth season, they might be even worse. Marvin pays Bobby to shoot him. He pays an Italian guy to help him with his career by shooting him. Marvin might be the dumbest character in the whole series and there are some real ding dongs on this show.

 

At the risk of overselling it, this week’s Bada-B story was so good it made Katrina say “Matthew, you did not!” So stick around for the full version at the end of the episode.

 

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TEASER – Britney Spears’ Fiancé



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Just a reminder to please subscribe to the Patreon to hear Vince and Matt talk about other things besides the Sopranos. On this week’s episode, we had a lengthy discussion about the Free Britney movement and her instagram fiancé Sam Asghari. Here’s a taste!

 

 

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Hey Frotcast faithful, time for another incredible episode of your favorite podcast with your best internet friends Matt Lieb and Vince Mancini. This week, we had the Kings Cast’s very own Scott Wampler in the frotquarters to discuss many important film related things. We talked about the new Ghostbusters, the time Scott got in trouble with WB for seeing a movie too early, and Britney Spears’ fiancé’s insane personal assistants and more!

Truly a great episode.


603: Mayham, with Ashley Ray from TV, I Say



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On this week’s episode, there’s a fresh casualty in the battle of the blank pod. Matt and Vince are joined by writer, comedian, and author of one of Vince’s favorite tweets, Ashley Ray to talk about The Sopranos season six, episode three, “Mayham.”

The episode contains the conclusion of the Kevin Finnerty saga, and the introduction of Christopher’s passion project, Cleaver. It’s a digital horror movie about a wiseguy with a big mouth and bigger dreams, which is also how I pitch this podcast to prospective listeners. Just a couple of wiseguys with big mouths, bigger dreams, and a functional knowledge of Audacity’s autotune feature.

The Sopranos writers room’s favorite punching bag, J.T. Dolan, is back. He’s tasked with writing Cleaver to settle his debts with Christopher, and to remind the viewers that all writers are ineffectual cowards who will just watch as you get beat and kidnapped.

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TEASER – Joe Sinclitico’s Wedding



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Here’s a teaser from this week’s Patreon episode of the Frotcast, in which we talk Marvel’s Eternals but also we talk about the wedding of Frotcast favorite Joe Sinclitico. It was… my god dude.


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It’s finally here! Matt, Vince, and guest Bobby Hacker have now all seen Marvel’s Eternals and by god it’s time we talk about it. No more discourse, no more discourse about the discourse, no more counter discourse about the etc etc, in this week’s episode we finally discuss the plot of Eternals. What happens? Who’s in it? Why did they do it? All great questions.

Also, we talk about the last time we all met in person. Joe Sinclitico’s wedding. Probably the most Joe wedding of all time.


602: Join The Club, with Dave Weigel of the Washington Post



Kevin (Finnerty) Can Wait

On the latest Pod Yourself A Gun, Washington Post political reporter Dave Weigel joins Matt and Vince to talk about The Sopranos season six A, episode two, “Join the Club.”

This is the beginning of the Kevin Finnerty saga. Purgatory is a conference in Costa Mesa, heaven is a light in the distance, hell is the wildfire just outside of Costa Mesa, and the Buddhists are pissed about the scams you’re running, because David Chase is just a self-aware Janice.

Around here we of course appreciate Edie Falco, but please, put some respect on Robert Iler’s name as well. Tony, hanging on by a thread after catching a bullet with Pussy Malanga’s name on it, is all tubed up in a hospital bed and that has Carmela and AJ feeling big feelings. Dave and the PYAG boys agree, Iler and Falco are making these scenes, which are essentially monologues because Tony is in a coma, feel real as hell. Or at least as real as a fire outside of Costa Mesa.

There has been a lot of talk about what kind of adult AJ would be, but Dave has the freshest take, which is that AJ would think Elon Musk was cool and become an early Tesla investor, resulting in a fortune, and eventual death on Dan Bilzerian’s yacht.

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TEASER – Pete Davidson’s Make-A-Wish



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Just a reminder that if you haven’t signed up for the Patreon yet, you are missing out on some of our best content. Shame on you. Here’s a taste from this week’s Filmdrunk Frotcast.

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It’s time for your weekly pour of content slop from your favorite podcast The Filmdrunk Frotcast. This week, Matt and Vince welcome Dan Ozzi back to the pod. Last time you heard from Dan, he was writing a book about pop punk rock in the 90’s and now he is making his triumphant return to talk about his BRAND NEW BOOK “Sellout: The Major Label Feeding Frenzy That Swept Punk, Emo, and Hardcore (1994-2007)” which you can purchase here at https://www.danozzi.com/books We talk about punk rock, Papa John, Pete Davidson’s magic dick, and how Machine Gun Kelly looks like he loves turtles. Enjoy!


601: Members Only, with Mike Recine of the Sitdown Podcast



The Many Pussies of Newark

Pod Yourself A Gun returns for a new season of tiddies, meat, parody songs, and plenty of slop for the piggies. Comedian, host of the Sitdown Podcast, and genuine Italian-American Mike Recine sits down with Matt and Vince to talk about the premiere episode of the first half of the sixth and final season of The Sopranos, “Members Only.”

Much like podcasting, no one really retires from the mob, which Meadow’s favorite violent homophobe, Eugene Pontecorvo, learns the hard way after inheriting a small fortune from his aunt and asking Tony if he can move to Florida. When his request is denied, he sends himself to that great big Florida in the sky with pee pee dribbling down his leg. As the guys point out, it’s a real Death of a Salesman type situation, but with more piss.

As noted on the pod, it seems like David Chase’s way of reminding the dummies at home yet again that Tony is not a good guy who should be emulated. Watching him eat sushi does make sushi look really appealing though. Imagine how the wasabi could really activate a powerful nose whistle that would demand the respect of your peers.

Beyond the episode recap, we get a Bada B story parody of Imogen Heap’s “Hide and Seek” and Mike reveals that Idris Elba used to be a door guy at Caroline’s Comedy Club in New York. To all our door guy listeners, hang in there. Maybe you too can be an international sex symbol one day.

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