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
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.
Even though Kelly, Ross, and Patrick have known each other for over a decade, this was definitely the most time they’ve ever spent together. Prior to recording this episode, Kelly put Peggy through two hours of her dog training paces. She’s the dog whisperer of Ross and Patrick’s dreams and is helping them turn their little Peggy right around. Goddess bless this woman. We swear she was not held hostage. Join us while she shares about career changes, trusting your gut, taking risks, and being a big ol’ dog nerd. They couldn’t have been happier to talk to this epic canine empath. Check out her incredible dog walking, training, and boarding business Hustle Pups NYC at www.hustlepupsnyc.com.
He’s our (self-proclaimed) #1 fan and newly appointed President of the Who Cares Fan Club. This week we welcome back Bro of the show Dave Martineau! He’s 31, he’s single, he’s in therapy, and he’s uncomfortable with his sister’s openness. Dave traveled to NYC for the weekend to bro down with his sis by going to karaoke, the beach, and watching a healthy dose of Xanax television (The Office). He regales Patrick and Ross with insane tales of online dating, and his plans to rescue dogs from negligent women via dating apps. Pop in your head phones, turn up the volume, and get your tinnitus pumping while your hosts give unsolicited advice to their numero uno.
Did you know there’s a sex-positive dating app for singles and couples? Well there is and Ross and Patrick have done lots of swiping left and right. In this episode, they talk about digital dating while married and how doing so after 7 years of monogamy is fuckin’ scary! Couples therapy has saved R and P more than once and transparency and negotiation are the keys to their open relationship. This one is so fun they sing a song about a herpes infected eagle! You’re definitely gonna want to add it to your Spotify playlist.
This week Patrick and Ross catch up after being separated by The Road for four days. Ross experiences shades of single motherhood while Patrick was out performing at various breweries around the northeast trying to make enough money to feed his dog-ter back home. Listen in as the two share their respective adventures and discuss life ahead.
This week Patrick and Ross and their third co-host and dog, Peggy, drive southbound on I-95 and talk about all sorts of things. (Well truthfully, Patrick and Ross do most of the talking while Peggy naps in a donut formation in the back seat). Take a listen as The Family Holbertineau mourns the passing of their dear Aunt Sue, discuss father’s day, and share their gratitude for the kind feedback about last week’s bombshell episode from supportive listeners. Get Pegged ya’ll!
On their most revealing episode yet, Ross & Patrick discuss STI’s, non-monogamy, and sex in general. If you thought it was impossible for them to be even more transparent, take a listen as Ross shouts her truth from the rooftop while Patrick skittishly divulges his. With this podcast, they hope that by opening up more, they can promote more positive conversation around sexual health and relationships. Open your mind (and maybe your legs) to this week’s show!