The true story of Thanksgiving is told in epic fashion by Scott this week on the Lost At Home Podcast. Rediscover the wonder behind this magical holiday, from the werewolves, C.H.U.D settlers and native zombies to the traditional meal of smoked werewolf meat, lollipops and garden wasps. In Web Droppings, Scott and Jer dig into rentable friends and family and the Church of AI. And a new segment arrives, where Lost At Home digs into a bizarre story from a different state each week. Week 1: Kentucky’s Cocaine Bear. Get Lost!
Boaty McBoatface sails across the flat Earth this week on Lost At Home Podcast as Scott and Jer dig into the boat name that won’t die and the Flat Earth Conference. Get Lost!
Things get medical in the first batch of stories, aptly titled WebMD Droppings, with Wolverine wannabes, human flesh blowup dolls and cucumber douches. In Web Droppings proper, a haunted highschool, chainsaw suicide, dickless robbers and unwanted stripper grams flesh out the show. Get Lost!
Halloween Month is over at Lost At Home Podcast, so Scott and Jer get back to standard form, with all the tangents and obscure, unrelated Web Droppings. What news fell through the cracks while Halloween Month was taking all the glory? KFC is winning at social media and nail polish, giant robots battle, a 91-hour boner has negative consequences, iceberg mansions create problems across the pond and crab fashion shows are as adorable as they sound. Get Lost!
It’s the final Halloween Month episode and Scott and Jer make it special by doing nothing different. Maybe it’s because they’re lazy or maybe it’s because there are just too many good stories to get to in this oversized, 90-minute episode.
Clowns get free Whoppers? Well isn’t that a “meaty” little story. Want to buy an alien ranch? What a “stellar” idea! Parents want to name their kid Lucifer? Well, that’s a “hell” of a name. A woman who sweats blood?! I bet she is so “vein.” Dancing with the dead spreads the plague? I guess it’s ok to have some bubonic with your Technotronic (younger than 35? Look them up). And when you die, you might not be dead!?! [insert stupid pun here]. Get Lost!
Same format, new name (for a week)! Scott and Jer Talk About Terror in this 3rd Halloween Month episode. Whether it’s corpse-eating bears, drug-induced zombies or Friday the 13th flights to Hell, Scott and Jer have it covered. They also theorize what would happen if a Mogwai gave a BJ after midnight, because...you know...science. Get Lost!
Scott and Jer dig into some cryptozoology this week and uncover some new monsters. What is the Loveland Frog? A Puckwudgie? The Pope Lick Monster? Lost At Home Podcast has the answers. And Vampires are loose in Africa, as discussed in this week's lone scary web dropping. To finish things off, Scott and Jer play a game called "Connect the Tagline," in which they quiz each other on a given horror movie tagline and have to guess the movie it belongs to. Get Lost!
It's Halloween Month at Lost At Home Podcast and Scott and Jer are coming to the table with a series of scary web droppings to make your skin crawl with laughter. Santa's grave is found, the scary clown epidemic spreads to Israel as the U.S. gets downgraded to vegan clowns and Burger King hijacks IT in Germany for marketing purposes. Scott also plays a new game with Jer called "Guess That Sexy Costume" before Lost At Home brings you their first horror movie picks of the week. Get Lost!
Rapper B.o.B. takes center stage in this episode of Lost At Home Podcast as Jeremiah and Scott break down his yearning to prove the Earth is flat (again). In Web Droppings, Yoda appears in textbooks in Saudi Arabia, there may or may not be a new kind of ransomware to watch out for and the world was supposed to end a week or so ago. Get Lost!
It’s the third annual Lost At Home Juggalo Week. The 2017 edition brings a lot of Juggalo news to the table, with not only a US and UK Gathering of the Juggalos to report on, but the oh-so-important Juggalo March on Washington. Scott and Jer cover all of that and more and even have time to toss in some non-Juggalo clown stories in and chat about the new version of Stephen King’s IT that is demolishing box office records. Lost At Home even brings in a special clown correspondent, Meat Horn, to offer a clown’s perspective on it all. Get Lost!
Legendary film composer Fabio Frizzi calls in this week to talk about his upcoming pair of shows in Brooklyn right in time for Halloween. Fabio is well known for his work on classic Lucio Fulci horror films such as The Beyond, Zombi 2 and City of the Living Dead and will be performing cuts from those scores live with his 8-piece band. In his chat with Scott and Jer, Fabio talks about the experience of scoring a film live, working on horror classics and geeks out about some of his favorite synthesizers. It’s time to get Lost!
Rick and Morty's Ryan Ridley calls in this week to discuss his work on Rick and Morty, Community and Channel 101. In the process he teases some upcoming projects and talks about the Rick and Morty writers' room controversy, with a message or two for the sexist dumb-dumbs around the web. In our 10 Questions, Ryan touches on the weirdness of Justin Roiland and Dan Harmon, the best ways to torture a heckler and which Rick and Morty character is his favorite. Get Lost!