This Saturday night, it’s time for Attitude Error, my show at UCB where we watch ’90s pro wrestling clips and talk about them. This month I’ll be joined by Little Esther, Julian McCullough and PWG’s Excalibur. The show will start at 10 PM and is at UCB Franklin. Tickets are $10 and you can pick them up here – https://franklin.ucbtheatre.com/performance/44302
We approach the hometown dates with caution, mostly focusing on the Whiskey Library’s last call, wondering if there is ANYTHING wrong with Ben, revealing exactly who Caila’s dad is and getting ready for the fuck rooms.
And then, we have this.
His palms are sweaty, knees weak, arms are heavy.
There’s a pin on his sweater already, mom’s spaghetti.
$10 at PattiLapel.com. Don’t miss this one opportunity.
We’ve released our first collection of t-shirts at PattiLapel.com, focusing on the rocking times at The Peach Pit (or After Dark). Purchase one by 2/27, and get the pin set for free!
We’re joined by producer and former Trilamb Sunny Levine to get up off Zanerobe pants and trite conversations while walking your dog. And we reminisce on the Trilambs era.
We record while in Mariposa, CA surrounded by either a baby or coyotes. The newest Bachelor episode is rather boring, most evident when we want to talk to my mom about ANYTHING other than the show. I also announce that the McDonald’s integration is the grossest moment in Bachelor history, while Melissa reveals she got mono the first time she kissed someone.
I was just announced as the director of the Toronto Film Fest’s Live Read of Space Jam, reprising my role from my turn with Blake Griffin and DeAndre Jordan two years ago. The read is THIS Saturday at 1 PM in conjunction with NBA All-Star Weekend. You can learn more, and buy tickets, by CLICKING HERE.
We’re joined by writer Lauryn Kahn for the newest Get Up On This, and we talk about Matty’s wedding, Friday Night Tykes, Happy Valley, and sensory deprivation tanks.
We visit AfterBuzz TV to join their Bachelor recap show and ask former Bachelor contest Brooks Forester WAY TOO MANY questions about novelist Chris Harrison on the newest Most Dramatic Podcast in Bachelor History.