It’s the last show of 2016 and Lost At Home is as happy as anyone to put this one behind us and move the f*ck on. So in this year-ender, Scott and Jer dig into some web droppings from 2016 that even fell through their cracks (insert butt joke here). Take a walk through 2016’s furries, cannibalistic f*ctopuses and the revival of Sinbad’s new old movie. And Bruce Bruce stops by for the first time in forever to talk stolen food ideas before we leave with an anthemic and spirited In Memoriam for the celebs we lost along the way. Get Lost!
If a game of Monopoly gets out of control this holiday season, there's a hotline for that, which Scott discovers at the origin of his Google Hole this week. It's not long before The Lost At Home Podcast ends up in a weird story about creepy Nordic Christmas trolls. Later, Lost At Home digs deeper into international bogeyman folklore, after a detour through racial slurs you can call your white friends and cats that hang out in libraries. Get Lost!
From a dong fondling Florida woman to the odd sexual behavior of certain animals to the odd sexual behavior of certain people, the Lost At Home Podcast this week gets off to a sexy start down the Google Hole. When the loin dust has settled, Scott takes you on the long, strange journey of the history of The Florida Man, complete with haunted highways, shrimp genocide and famous Florida criminals. Get Lost!
The trip down the Google Hole this week brings up a dose of holiday oddities, from failed reindeer promotions to the wonders of Christmas KFC (all I want for Christmas is oh-bee-sit-tee). And are you terrified of the inevitable artificial intelligence/robot takeover yet? If not, a creepy AI Christmas tune and a chat with iGod might steer you otherwise. And Sonic Jalopy teases a rough cut of his new Christmas track, It’s an AI Christmas. Now, get lost!
This week's trip down the Google Hole, Scott and Jer venture from Buckethead's epic catalog of albums to the catchiest songs to strange world records and circle back around with serial killer Amazon reviews, famous last meals and the last words of death row inmates.