Our 101st episode!! We talk all about the junk we’ve geared up with to keep a baby alive for nearly 8 months. We complain about internet marketing and the parental industrial complex but we also come through with a big recommendation: If you have a new child who won’t sleep, you need to get a mechanical bull.
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!
Patrick and Ross get together to talk through childhood anxieties and the current cricks in their necks
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!
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!
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?
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!
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!
We totally and absolutely care about Justin and Caitlin. This hilarious couple met in the comedy rooms of NYC and fell for each other while doing karaoke. They’ve lived in Queens and Brooklyn and over the last couple years have dealt with some real “Life on Life’s Terms” shit, writing material about it and supporting each other all the while. They’re intelligent, incredibly funny, emotionally open, and they’re devoted fans of 90 Day Fiancé. What more could you want?!
Follow Caitlin on Instagram – @caitlinmcares to enjoy the “Real Housewives of Bad Teeth”
Justin’s Instagram is @justinangermeyer
Finally! Danielle, a virgo, promptly arrives on the podcast and spills all the T. She is not only a teacher, wife, and mother, but she’s also a well read pop culture queen. Join Ross, Patrick, and Danielle as they take a walk down memory lane and discuss how this chosen family truly began and withstood early sobriety in the hipster capital of the world, Williamsburg, Brooklyn. Despite Ross’ hatred for pop punk, love still thrived.