I appeared on The Blaze with Lizzie and Kat, a podcast the dissects every single episode of Beverly Hills, 90210. We focus on a season 3 episode called “The Back Tory” and talk a lot about David Silver, my book and Color Me Badd.
Despite being 36 years old, as I ramp up for book promotion season, I have joined Snapchat. You can find me under Jensen Karp. Watch me flail on a social media platform clearly made for millennials.
I’m joined by guest co-host Melissa Stetten and the creator the Final Destination franchise Jeffrey Reddick to talk about horror movies and video games. Nothing wrong with that.
We take on the “Fuck Rooms Episode” and breakdown what it means to say “I love you” to two contestants. Also, we detail a conspiracy theory we were sent and I say “mouth sex” to my mom after Melissa reveals a deep dark secret from her past.
We dropped our newest pin collection, the Dial-Up Pack, and they’re available individually or as a discounted set. Unfortunately, this limited edition series does not come with a trial disc for 500 free hours. Get these are PattiLapel.com right now and AIM a friend.
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.