FROTCAST TEASER: Matt and Joe Eventually Talk Oscars



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Join our Patreon to get this week’s bonus Frotcast with Matt Lieb and Joe Sinclitico going solo without Vince. Remember, the Frotcast is like Pod Yourself A Gun without the Sopranos talk. Subscribe now!

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Hey everyone,

This is a very special episode of the Frotcast in that Vince Mancini was not able to make it. So Matt Lieb and Joe Sinclitico Frot all by themselves and boy is it all over the place. We discuss Oscar nominations, proctology, and how we both enjoyed the game “The Last Of Us Part 2.” Joe is frotting from his cell phone so please forgive the audio quality, although to be honest it somehow makes him even funnier. Enjoy if you dare.


405: Pie-o-My, with Stavros Halkias from Cum Town



Tony Soprano is a horse boy on the latest Pod Yourself A Gun.

Stavros Halkias from the Cum Town and Pod Don’t Lie podcasts joins Matt and Vince to talk about The Sopranos season four, episode five, Pie-O-My.

Before we get too far, if you’re worried about spoilers, maybe don’t listen to this episode just yet. Put it on and leave the room so we can still wet our beaks a little bit, but some future events are mentioned. There — you were warned. If you listen to this episode and hear some stuff you didn’t want to hear, that’s on you. You had 20 years to prevent this. What were you waiting for, by the way? The show saved Stav’s life twice already. Meanwhile you were watching what? House of Cards? Louie? That Workaholics episode where Chris D’Elia plays himself? You’re sick in the head.

Anyways for all the cool, normal folks who already saw it or won’t get mad because they understand how time, television and the internet work, this is a fun episode. The guys talk about the shady origins of Stav and Vince’s surnames, the audacity of Janice Soprano, and some excuses to do heroin. They also listen to a couple voicemails and Stav offers his thoughts on who did 9/11.

If you love the podcast as much as David Chase loves fat jokes, take a seat, then get off the floor because you broke another chair, and leave a five star review on Apple Podcasts.

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404: The Weight, with Patrick Monahan From What A Time To Be Alive



Johnny Sack Loves His Curvy Wife

As a teenager, Johnny Sack was often teased by his friends for his attraction to girls on the thicker side, ones who were shorter and curvier, girls that the average (basic) stunad might refer to as “chubby” or even “fat.” Then, as he became a made man and started to educate himself on issues such as feminism and how the mafia marginalizes women by portraying a very narrow and very specific standard of beauty (thin, tall, no 90lb moles on their ass), he realized Ralphie Cifaretto needed to die. Hear all about it on the latest episode of Pod Yourself A Gun. Matt and Vince are joined by Patrick Monahan from the What A Time To Be Alive podcast to discuss season 4 episode 4 of the Sopranos, “The Weight.”

We are officially at the halfway point, folks. This is episode 43 of 86, and as discussed on the podcast, maybe a low point for the series. Still a watch-worthy episode with a great Furio shirt and the introduction of some hitmen who have a real elderly McPoyles vibe, but as Patrick points out, it’s the closest the Sopranos comes to making a Frasier-style farce where everyone is saved by their own grace. It doesn’t make sense for these sociopaths. For these reasons, the episode receives the lowest grade the podcast has ever handed out – a solid B+.

Stop snarfing up candy on your hands and knees for long enough to leave a five-star review on Apple Podcasts.

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403: Christopher, with Will Menaker From Chapo Trap House



In this house, we believe Columbus was a hero.

Put down your stinky cheeses and your cold wines, it’s time to talk about season 4 episode 3 of the Sopranos, Christopher, with Will Menaker from the Chapo Trap House podcast. Will joins Matt and Vince from Clinton Hill Brooklyn, home to Christopher “Notorious B.I.G.” Wallace. But on this podcast, the only Christopher we acknowledge is Moltisanti.

Written by Michael Imperioli, the actor who plays Chrissy, the episode is divisive even among Sopranos super fans due to its focus on identity politics and a ripped-from-the-headlines plot. Originally written for Paulie, the story focuses on Sylvio’s desire to see that Columbus, and by extension all hard working Italian-Americans hanging around pork stores, get the respect they deserve.

The woke mob came for Columbus, and all he did was cause enough pain and suffering to be disavowed by the psychos responsible for the Spanish Inquisition. The PC police are sure to come for Matt and Vince soon, so listen to this episode while you still can.

When you get back from the Columbus day protest counter-protest, give us a five star review on Apple Podcasts.

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UPDATE and TEASER: Sex and the City and 9/11



Hey all, as you probably noticed there was no new episode of Pod Yourself A Gun this week. But don’t worry, there will be new episodes next week and I promise they will be worth the wait. In the meantime, here’s a teaser of this week’s Patreon episode of the Frotcast. Please subscribe to the Frotcast Patreon and tell your friends to subscribe as well.

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Time for your weekly feeding and this time we got more than enough content to keep you fat and happy. This week Jessica Sele joins Matt and Vince to talk about Joe Rogan, the Reply All apology fiasco, Nomadland, and how Sex and the City is the weirdest television show ever made. They literally just don’t mention that 9/11 happened. Also, Vince gives us a Steven Seagal update. Enjoy!


402: No Show, with Amelia Cady



How’s it gonna be when Stephen Jenkins sues this podcast?
I hope you liked last week’s parody songs and Third Eye Blind frontman anecdotes, because the newest episode of Pod Yourself A Gun has more of both. Amelia Cady joins Matt & Vince to talk about The Sopranos Season four episode two, No Show.
Listen to the podcast to hear Amelia describe Matt on Heroin, Stephen Jenkins prancing away from an argument, and how Tony Soprano’s raw animal magnetism drives her desire to exhume Gandolfini’s body so she can doo doo doo, doo doo-doo do him.
Some other topics covered are Meadow Soprano’s gap year ambitions, Carmela’s sick Mary Higgins Clark related burn, a gay mafioso named Don Purple, Young Vince’s encounter with Anthony Kiedis, and how Matt was just a little too poor to join the fingering cult. Even in their reductionism, Amelia, Matt, and Vince have quite interesting things to say about death and loss.
Just getting what you want is for babies. We want five star reviews on Apple Podcasts. If you’re an adult you can do that for us.
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FROTCAST TEASER: Woody Allen Keeps Not Being Cancelled



Hey Gabaghouls, here’s a teaser for this week’s Patreon Only episode of the Frotcast with guest Dave Schilling. It’s a really fun one. Subscribe to our Patreon now!


401: For All Debts Public and Private with Max Collins of Eve 6



It’s no longer the nineties on the latest Pod Yourself a Gun.

Matt and Vince are joined by Max Collins of Eve 6 and the @eve6 twitter account, to discuss the first episode of Season 4 of the Sopranos, For All Debts Public and Private.

Before getting into the episode, Max and Matt swap stories about their run-ins with Third Eye Blind frontman, and possibly world’s most confident man, Stephen Jenkins. The consensus is Jenkins is abrasive, but mostly a good hang. You could say people are semi-charmed by him.

This is the first post 9/11 Sopranos, meaning we have officially left the nineties, so please pause here for a moment of silence to remember Matt’s mashup of Butterfly by Crazytown and Meadow Soprano saying “it’s the nineties.”

Thank you for respecting the moment of silence. We’re sad to see it go, but the good lord taketh and giveth because we lost that song, but we get a new song on today’s episode that is the early frontrunner for PYAG season 4’s song of the season award. Season 3’s went to Bread Pies, of course.

Give it a listen, and hey, don’t worry about us. We’re just chipping. We’ve got it under control, but if you want to help us out, leave us a five star review on Apple Podcasts. That will help us get straight.

And feel free to purchase merch to help support our under control habit here at Teespring.

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TEASER – Matt and Vince learn about Herzog’s dwarf doc



Hey gaba-ghouls,

Here is a sneak peak of this week’s Patreon-only episode of the Frotcast, in which we invited George Chen and Paco Romane of the Sup Doc podcast to talk about some documentaries that we saw, as well as other things. One huge surprise was learning that Werner Herzog did an entire documentary about dwarves. The following is our guess about what that must have been like. To hear the full episode, become a Patron at www.patreon.com/frotcast

Enjoy!

 


LIVESTREAM ANNOUCEMENT! Subscribe to Frotcast on YouTube now!



Hey everyone! This is just a brief plug for Matt and Vince’s brand spanking new Frotcast livestream happening on Wednesday January 27th at 6pm PST. Go to YouTube and subscribe to our new channel to watch us talk movies, sports, butt stuff, and all of your favorite Frotcast subjects live and in technicolor. We will have guest Jason Webb from the “He Is Risen” episode of PYAG. Trust us, you don’t wanna miss it.