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414: THE BEST OF SEASON 4



Hello gabaghouls, it’s finally here. The clip show nobody asked for. This is the BEST OF SEASON 4 of Pod Yourself A Gun. We took all of our favorite moments from this past season and mashed it all up into a succinct 1 hour 45 min episode, complete with all of your favorite bits, segments, songs and Sopranos character analysis. And for those of you wondering when our next season is starting, don’t you worry, season 5 episode 1 comes out next week!

Many thanks to all of our amazing guests:
Max Collins of Eve 6
Amelia Cady
Will Menaker of Chapo Trap House
Patrick Monohan of What A Time pod
Stavros Halkias of Cum Town
Sofiya Alexandra of 420 Day Fiancée
Greg Edwards of Thug Notes
Brent Flyberg producer of PYAG
Mike Falzone of Dynamic Banter
Rachel Fisher and Desi Jedeikin of Hollywood Crime Scene
Johan Miranda of Dangerous World of Comedy
David Roth of Distraction podcast

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+.

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