My newest addition to the pantheon of funny co-hosts, Alan Henderson feels like dying of the plague after watching this horrendous and arduous movie that could have been so much more. We discuss different kinds of Jesus, what it means to be bored in the Middle Ages and who not to work for.
Suddenly this movie got to be topical again after it was mostly forgotten by the masses, but Ni.Korrekt and my humble self try to make the best of it. We discuss tickling, the resurgence of Bane impressions and how stupid the Irish cops are.
In this April Fools’ Day episode, the show is hijacked by comedian Reginald Bärris. Bärris is joined with his co-hosts Jack Holmes and “DJ James” to (eventually) discuss the movie Fight Club. The gang does their best to delve into the intricacies of the movie’s intricacies while dealing with the shocking revelations about FFPÖ host Paul “James” Jacobs.
Co-Hosts Reginald Bärris’s and Jack Holmes’s online presence:
Faced with this unholy mess of a movie, we decided to bring in somebody who is less jaded by previous episodes: David Stockenreitner is a gift from heaven and we have to dissect a true mess. We discuss wolves, how to be not cross while getting nailed by one and the curious lack of one-liners.
Three of our best co-hosts join us for the first live show of FFPÖ: Tamas Vamos, Monika Ben and Jack Holmes are embarking on a spectacular journey that helps us discover the nuts that were inside of us all along.
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Jack Holmes is sick of my viewing choices and is probably not coming back after this one. 😉 In this particularly stupid episode, Rex is getting dognapped, a “great” rendition of O happy day is playing and we discuss the intelligence of fictitious characters.
One of the best looking co-hosts is back, Georg Rauber indulges me with his stunning presence and we tackle one of our favorite series again. This time we discuss a future Kommissar portraying a hot killer, lots and lots of Nineties nostalgia, teleportation and much more.