Ross, Patrick, and Peggy joined chosen family Eddie and Gregory in Boiceville, NY for the weekend. With a stocked fridge, they tucked themselves away in a cabin surrounded by snow. Patrick and Gregory puzzled while Ross and Eddie definitely did not puzzle. Be teleported away while Ross and Patrick recount their weekend of rest, relaxation, overeating, and Peggy pissing everywhere.
Episode 69, ya pervs!!
Coming to you from the comforts of their couch again, Ross and Patrick discuss politics and how every republican supporter of Trump really wants to be Scrooge McDuck. Peggy canoodles them through their attempt at political discourse while working on her own tv show, “Everything is Food!”
What a dynamic family!
Just a fun catch-up ramble sesh!! Enjoy xoxoxo
Pregnancy, sonograms, Whitesnake, oh my! What do these things have in common? Absolutely nothing of course. Somehow Patrick and Ross end up talking about 80’s hair metal after they’ve subjected you to the literal ins and outs of their first OBGYN appointment. Friends, the fever dream continues. Don’t you want to see how it all plays out?
Luxe is a sex positive, body positive, burlesque performing witch who also happens to run a creative arts program for children. She is a radical lady who’s ready to dish all things taboo. This self-described heathen also happens to be Ross and Patrick’s friend, neighbor, and dear aunt to Peggy. She does it all! Let the sex magic commence!
It’s been two weeks since you’ve heard from Ross and Patrick and they’ve missed you terribly. Don’t worry- everything is ok. They just went on vacation aaaaaannnnndddd got some major life news. So they put a pin in it and now they’re back to overshare and answer all the questions you never asked.
Ross, Patrick, and Peggy went upstate for a family wedding and Patrick’s 20 year high school reunion. Everyone came away from the weekend feeling emotionally hungover from the bittersweet highs and the stress-induced lows. Ross and Patrick balanced having a good time with their respective brands of generalized anxiety while Peggy exhausted herself from love, attention, and gnawing through her crate cover. What they thought would be a fun recap of the weekend turned into a much deeper conversation about love, partnership, and showing up for each other. Don’t you want to hear Ross and Patrick process their feelings more? We knew it!
Did you miss Ross and Patrick last week? They felt terrible that they didn’t record an episode for you. (Just tell them you missed them. They’re very sensitive and crave validation). Have no fear, they’re back and they recorded while driving upstate because vehicular multitasking is worth it for their fans. It’s you all who keep this empire running. The fans and Jesus. Mostly Jesus actually (Is anyone else watching ‘The Family’ on Netflix??). Anyway on this episode, R and P talk camping, 12 step programs, cults, and up tight neighbors. Cool, right?
Ross and Patrick’s main junk food TV show obsession is The Bachelor/Bachelorette franchise and its trash spawn, Bachelor in Paradise. The entire Bachelor brand is based on the myths we were all sold about love and relationships during our Disney-enhanced childhoods. On this episode, the Who Cares hosts discuss the first episode of Bachelor In Paradise, the drama that ensued, and how little do all these hormone-hyped contestants know, they’re all in open relationships and navigating them terribly. With a dog-eared copy of The Ethical Slut in hand, Ross and Patrick read some wise words from this revolutionary polyamory bible to discuss all the mistakes and missteps happening in Paradise.
Lindsay Goldwert is a journalist, podcaster, comedian, author, and all around fascinating human. She joins Ross and Patrick to discuss the exciting release of her first book, Bow Down: Lessons From Dominatrixes on How to Get Everything You Want. Listen as they dive into the taboo territories of sex and money and how empathy and empowerment are not mutually exclusive. Lindsay shares about the alpha females featured in her book and the incredible power of example Dominatrixes can be to women in all walks of life, not just the bedroom. So strap in and strap on because BDSM is a contact sport where you can learn a lot about yourself. Just be open to it, ok?