Can you Guess Who? it’s a mystery! That’s right, our three conquering heroes gather again to lead us in an entertaining discussion, this time on the Milton Bradley classic board game, Guess Who. Listen on as Paul reignites the tradition of turning board games into drinking games, Adam wants to shiplap everything, and Brian shares a little bit about his mother’s rules around Play-Doh.
Spooky times with the Dating Ourselves guys, and they only get scarier when Bill of ZOS Films pays them a visit on this especially creep-tastic Halloween episode. In this episode, listen in as Bill knows the one thing that scares Adam most, Paul discusses his memories of being a nudist on strike, Brian mentions a particular Halloween costume no-no, and Adam introduces us to the term “Glampire”!
It’s Morphin’ Time! Dragon Zord, Mastodon, Pterodactyl, Triceratops, Sabretooth Tiger, Tyrannosaurus! The Dating Ourselves Podcast guys are joined by special guest and friend of the show Dan to discuss the Mighty Morphin’ Power Rangers… and holy crap, do Dan and Paul know a ton about this show! Listen on as Paul outs Dan for telling his kids that he would train them to be Power Rangers and still not making good on that promise, Adam experiences the Mandela Effect regarding Zack Taylor’s hands, and Brian nerds out about M.A.S.K.
There’s been almost a year of buildup to this momentous occasion: watching the 1983 cult classic Sleepaway Camp (and wise-cracking through the whole stickin’ thing). This is Brian’s first time watching this movie, so of course the guys had to capture his reaction to the shocking, unsettling, and off-putting ending with a twist! Best listened to as a supplemental commentary track while watching the film in perfect synchronicity. Additionally, Adam knows a genuine Tom Selleck mustache when he sees one, Brian revisits the Lord of the Rings movies, and Paul surprises everyone with a story about the ole shaving cream prank.
You read that right, folks. Adam is off doing responsible adult things, which gives grown Dating Ourselves Podcast children Paul and Brian an opportunity to get into some mischief while discussing The WB Network and Kids WB. Check it out as Paul educates us all on DC Comics and DC restaurants that serve frog legs, while Brian laments about how he’ll never get to all the media content he wants to. Enjoy!
You want to hear the very best, the best that ever was? Well, you’ve come to the right place! This week, the boys are joined by gaming expert and friend of the show Amanda to discuss the original Pokemon video games released for the Nintendo Game Boy: Red, Yellow, and Blue. Listen on as Brian and Amanda compare notes about Game Boy accessories, Adam talks a very long time about one of his favorite movie series, and Paul shares the secret of his improved penmanship.
On this episode of Dating Ourselves Podcast, the guys get together to talk about one of the most iconic (and kinda weird) bands out of Issaquah, Washington: Modest Mouse. Give it a listen as Paul sells sushi, Brian gets academic about accents, and Adam relives the epic showdown between the Juggernaut and the Fire Breather.
So glad you could join us for this spooky, suspenseful, and sometimes downright weird adventure as the Dating Ourselves Podcast fellas talk about the life and works of renowned horror and science fiction author Stephen King. Check it out as Adam shares his tourism suggestions in Estes Park, Paul relives his memories of kill counts in TNT’s MonsterVision, and Brian is taking care of some Bachman-Turner Overdrive business. Not to mention The Godfather gets brought up so many times, you’d think that Mario Puzo was one of Stephen
(In that voice from action movie trailers) This week, on Dating Ourselves Podcast… join the guys as they cover the long awaited topic of X-Men: The Animated Series. Take notes as Adam uses the word “Abzorbaloff” in a sentence, Brian sings like his mother, and Paul buys a kilt.
I know, I know… we’re supposed to be talking about X-Men: The Animated Series, but we just had so much fun last time discussing the 2005 Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy movie, that we decided to stroll back even further to 1984 to do an actual play-through of the Infocom interactive fiction video game version of Hitchhiker’s Guide. Check it out as Paul takes out his frustration on Prosser, Adam helps us pronounce “analgesic”, and Brian screams at his own brain.Video of this episode is also available on our YouTube channel!
Welcome back to the past, and welcome back to our first feature episode in over a month! On this episode, the guys have a discussion about one of the stranger comedies of 2005: The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy. Give it a listen, as Brian explains the weird reason he liked season 8 of Game of Thrones, Paul reminisces on some of his early Tinder dates, and Adam changes the tide by tweaking the rules just a wee bit.
This week on Dating Ourselves, we are still taking a break, but Brian has dipped into the archive to create something fun. Using a mix of found footage of our greatest hits and misses, Brian has composed a very special blooper episode!
Delighted that you could all join us as the Dating Ourselves guys talk about everyone’s favorite: The Sony Walkman. Tune in as Paul introduces us to the Columbia Record Club, Brian gets booed, and Adam remembers Tender Tennessee Christmas.
Welcome back to the past… the way back past, when cartoony mobsters ran the streets, detectives with yellow trench coats put them behind bars, and the Dating Ourselves Podcast guys talked about their favorite 1990 film based on a 1930s comic strip: Dick Tracy. Check it out as Adam coins the term “comicbookized”, Brian practices saying “unique nuance”, Paul shares his Man with the Yellow Hat preferences, and everybody debates how to pronounce “Warren Beatty.”
Mystery Date came onto the board game market in the mid-1960s, but because it was reissued in 1999 and 2005, it’s fair game for the Dating Ourselves Podcast boys to discuss. Check it out as Adam learns where vampires live, Paul listens to the local traffic report, and Brian keeps ranch dressing in his bedside drawer. Whatever you do, just don’t get stuck with The Dud!
The 80s and 90s were well-known for the animated series based on a toy line, and the Mighty Max TV series was certainly a prime example of this. Tune in as Paul stacks treadmills, Adam thinks of pork chop sandwiches, and Brian brings up Groundhog Day.
Changing it up this week on Dating Ourselves, Brian has dipped back into the archive to create something a little extra special. Using a mix of found footage of our greatest hits (and misses), we have an all new special blooper episode!
Today, the Dating Ourselves Podcast guys cover the most popular film of a (surprisingly) robust genre of high school werewolf movies, 1985’s Teen Wolf. On this episode, Adam describes yellow, Brian talks about friends posing for group pictures, and Paul has his actresses confused completely.
On this episode of Dating Ourselves Podcast, not to be confused with Y2J, B2K, BTK, 401k, or WD-40, the guys talk about Y2K. You know, welcoming the year 2000, the new millennium, and not having any idea if our computers would work? Check it out, as Brian mentions pots and pans (that he later gets accused of wearing), Paul arrives late to a meeting due to car trouble, and Adam is jonesin’ for a soda.
Today on Dating Ourselves Podcast, the guys lead us in a discussion about a lunchroom favorite: Gushers, the fruit snack by none other than Betty Crocker. On this episode, Paul shares the family secret of how to keep a sack lunch cold, Adam gets a discount at the Chinese buffet, and Brian debates the pronunciation of “Mr. Voiceman.”
This week on Dating Ourselves, Paul and Adam are jealous of Brian as our home state of Michigan is deep in a Polar Vortex. However, sub-zero temperatures won’t prevent us from daydreaming of warmer weather as we discuss water parks!
Wrapping up 2018 on a great note, the Dating Ourselves guys talk about the acting career of Melissa Joan Hart. On this episode, Brian breaks the fourth wall, Adam brainstorms his dream narrators of Peter & The Wolf, and Paul name-drops all the 90s teen dramas he can muster.