Where's My Pants – Podcast

Season 2, Episode 5 – R.I.P. Danny Vanzandt

This shit is true.

The gang tries to discover if spontaneous human combustion is a legitimate cause of death, or the ramblings of a small town sheriff gone Captain Ahab who has been chasing his personal Moby Dick for decades. In the process, Dangermonkey realizes that "dieting for health" has a new and more terrifying catalyst than lame type 2 diabetes.


Where’s My Pants – SexyTimes – Episode 5

Love, that never fades

Let me take you right here, Martha. (Photo credit: My name's axel)

Eyerait discusses a study in the NEJM about old people still have sexy times. Who would study such a horrific thing and why?! Find out as Eyerait gets to the sagging, wrinkly bottom of it all. Wait, that's not the bottom? That's the boobs? Aw! Gross!

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Season 2, Episode 4 – Video Game Violence, Movie Violence, Gun Violence.. Who’s Got The Violence?

Something tells me that this school doesn't do this anymore....

Brace yourselves as Steve and Eyerait dive into the depths of the harsh realities of violence in guns, video games, and movies. You will question Eyerait's parenting choices, Steve's choice of whom to blame, and Phoenix's challenge to the Nerf gun lobby. Feel amazement at the ease with which they solve the problem while never once not being assholes.

Special Guest: Phoenix, spawn of Dangermonkey.







Where’s My Pants – SexyTimes – Episode 4

It's the New Year and Eyerait has something to say about 2013 Sex Resolutions. So listen up.

Happy New Year 2013

Happy New Year 2013 (Photo credit: Christina Saint Marche)

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Where’s My Pants – SexyTimes, Episode 3

Steve, demon sexing, and Judi Dench. Need we say more?

Judi, you naughty girl...

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Season 2, Episode 3 – Mommy Bloggers: Bitches Be Trippin’

Dangermonkey, Eyerait, and Steve tread into dangerous terrain in an attempt to dissect and understand the world of mommy blogging. Eyerait ends up drinking too much vodka and the podcast implodes into itself.

That's My Mommy

That's My Mommy (Photo credit: Wikipedia)


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Where’s My Pants – Sexy Times, Episode 2

Paul Gauguin, The Loss of Virginity

Paul Gauguin, The Loss of Virginity - AKA DOING IT WRONG (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

On this episode of Sexy Times, Dangermonkey delves into the dark world of the sex trade. Well, sorta. More like some chick and some dude who decided to sell their virginity to some suckers. First time sex trade workers, pay attention! You may be doing it wrong. Ha! Doing it...


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Season 2, Episode 2 – Do Goode, But Not In That Way

The gang discusses politics and election season. It is quickly discovered that all three hate politics but agree on three things: Mitt Romney's hair is fantastic, Eyerait can relate everything to Star Trek, and Steve doesn't know shit about politics. Dangermonkey, after imbibing a few liquids, comes to the aid of Big Bird and the PBS family and gives a big "Come at me, bro" to Mitt Romney.

Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan in Ashland today

Mitt steals babies or something.  (Photo credit: tvnewsbadge)

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Where’s My Pants – Sexy Times

A Where's My Pants? bonus mini episode. In Where's My Pants - Sexy Times, we present the latest in sexy news from around the globe and a brief commentary that adds no value whatsoever. Presented alternately by Dangermonkey, Eyerait, and Steve. New episodes on the 1st of every month.

English: Ben Greenfield and Jerry Cohen, found...

English: Ben Greenfield and Jerry Cohen, founders of Ben & Jerry's Ice Cream (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Eyerait discusses the recent law suit of Ben & Jerry's v Ben & Cherry's, pointing out all of the legal implications to freedom of speech, parody, and masturbation.

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Season 2, Episode 1 – The Best Cults are the Sexy Ones

Cults and their general silliness are discussed. Steve makes everyone feel uncomfortable with his focus on under-aged marriage. Later, Eyerait and Steve create their own cults which inevitably results in an argument and a declaration of war. A truce is made when they discover a line and cross it together causing Dangermonkey to have a moral crisis.

Anonymous protest against the abusive behavior...

Anonymous protest against the abusive behavior of the cult of scientology in Minneapolis, Minnesota on April 11, 2009. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

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