Ross and Patrick have been completely preoccupied by new parenthood and haven’t found a moment to record… until now! They missed you so. Hopefully you don’t mind that “who cares” has become less sexy, and more sleep deprived and child obsessed. They warned you when Ross got pregnant, all bets are off and so are the sex parties, at least for a little while. Join Ross and Patrick on their tour of sleep training a 5 month old baby and what it does to the adult brain. Enjoy!
Well they’re back from the tropics and they’re depressed. However, it felt like Christmas morning on Sunday in Brooklyn because after a week apart, they finally reunited with PEGGY! So all is not lost – least not in the Holbertineau house – but the nation is a full blown nightmare. While on their magical vacation in Puerto Rico, Ross and Patrick still kept tabs on the White House of Horrors and the democratic shim sham, and most importantly The Bachelor. Tune in to hear all about the food, the beach, the relaxation, and the tv watching. They missed you!
This week Ross and Patrick are back to bouncing around from topic to topic. They know you missed that. While they prepare to be parents, they’re willing to dish out all the unsolicited relationship advice you didn’t ask for. Ross is reading about how to be a French parent, while Patrick wants to be the next bachelor. Come along for the bumpy ride all to the tune of the Backstreet Boys. It makes sense if you listen so just do it.
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This week Ross and Patrick talk about sex, love, parenthood, and of course, Peggy. They’ve got some news and they’re ready to over share. Get into it!
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!
Happy Mother’s Day, y’all! This week we take some time to thank all the mamas out there. Mothers can be biological, surrogate, adopted, chosen, or any other way you can think of someone becoming a MOTHER. Ross and Patrick start by celebrating the women who birthed them into existence, Betty Ann and Jane. Listen in as these two moms make guest appearances on this week’s episode as Ross and Patrick make their mother’s day phone calls. Come share in the love! Matriarchy Now!
Ross and Patrick are recording in bisolation again! Do you wish they had a guest? Well they don’t, so get over it. Separated for a week, they’re using this episode to hear about each other’s respective adventures. Patrick was on the road in New England and Ross was hard at work in Bushwick. Join the gruesome twosome in the “studio” and find out how their doing post “Argument” Episode Heard ‘Round The World.
Hi, can we steal you for a sec?? Ultimately, we knew from the moment we started watching the bachelor that it was going to be an experience that changed us for the rest of our lives. This journey has taught us so much about ourselves and that love isn’t something you can force, you know? We really hope you’re here for the right reasons because otherwise we’re going to throw you under the bus!
This is quite possibly our most obnoxious episode yet. If you’re passionate about the American institution of BACHELOR NATION, then this episode is for you! If you think The Bachelor is a shameful trash fest and that it’d be enjoyable to watch Chris Harrison dragged across a field of thorned roses, then this convo is also for you. We love it, we hate it, it’s the glue that keeps our marriage together. So come huff on these fumes and enjoy the ride to where the mountains meet the ocean!
It’s impossible not to care about hysterical comedy couple Courtney Maginnis and Casey James Salengo. He hails from the trailer parks of Vermont while she reps Virginia. At first these two were just comedy colleagues but then the gravitational pull of true love was too strong. Take a listen as they share about being sports fanatics, moving in together, and how couples therapy helps them argue better. Strap in and strap on, babies!
This week we care about Ross’ lil’ bro Dave. He’s a talented musician, owner of Boston’s most impressive push broom mustache, and a loving dog father of one. Dave has proclaimed himself the number one fan of our podcast and we’re even bigger fans of his.