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!
The Tsunamibots invade Lost At Home Studios this week to impose their message of human crushing and their robot balls to the robot walls digital surfitude on the human listeners. Fresh off the heels of the Vermont Comic Con after party show, where they decimated thousands of puny humans only looking to have a good time, the Tsunamibots let Scott and Jer live for a few moments more to spread their agenda. They politely agree to the 10 questions where we get their thoughts on Pokemon, famous robots, appliances, Siri and natural disasters. Get Lost!
Scott was only gone for a week, but what a week it was. The fellas at Lost At Home Podcast play catchup and talk a little Trump, a little Nazis, but mostly break down Teddy Roosevelt’s obsession with monster hunting. Get Lost!
Scott is out on vacation this week, and rather than force you all to listen to an hour of him talking to himself, Jer instead pulls a couple of Lost & Found episodes from Patreon to fill the time and give a sneak peek of the content there for non subscribers. Included in the mix is an all-new episode, featuring a friend of ours Donny and his podcast Donny Goes To The Movies. There's also an oldy-but-a-goodie episode of Meet the Northrups and a classic tune from way back. Get Lost!
Scott is back in the Lost At Home saddle as he and Jer discuss bra size discounts at Chinese restaurants, Microsoft Office world championships, jerking off to terrible movies, enema mascots and fried chicken beer. It's a busy one so buckle up and Get Lost!
With Scott out this week, Jer calls on the show’s good friend Jimmy Sinclair, better known as Jason Jr. from the hit show Meet the Northrups, to fill the gap as co-host. They attempt to cover stories ranging from R Kelly’s sex cult, the first creepy clown sighting of the year, king cobras in potato chip cans and zombie caterpillars. But mostly Jimmy just ruins the show. Get Lost.
Lost At Home gears up for the upcoming VT Comic Con with owner and all-around great guy Jason Moulton phoning in to chat the con, wieners and all sorts of other stuff. In a truncated Web Droppings, Scott and Jer talk about turtles: sex toys and turtles, men dressed as turtles...that’s it. Get Lost!
Some big news on the Fireball Whisky front gets Jer revved up this week on Lost At Home Podcast, as well as some other big news regarding a future interview with legendary horror composer Fabio Frizzi. But let’s not get ahead of ourselves. In Web Droppings, some Boaty McBoatface and Ark Encounters updates are in order before getting into the droppings proper. There Scott and Jer chat about a reverse purge and cops that are bad at corruption in Baltimore, bad eye care, a Star Wars/Star Trek tussle for the ages and pocket flamethrowers to ward off perverts. Get Lost!
Embedded GIFs in DNA starts Lost At Home Podcast off on a classy science note before Web Droppings devolves into discussions about Walmart being the most popular home for sex offenders, a new wrestling heel riling up Trump’s America with his liberal agenda, flat earth nonsense, new PC Disney rides and a Suicide Squad act people may actually want to watch (hint: it has to do with Australians having sex in public). Later, Scott and Jer are turned onto a new “hillbilly punk” crypto-themed band called Captain Catfeesh and listen to a few of their tunes to leave the show. All this and only exactly only this at Lost At Home Podcast. Get Lost!
Things start off tangential this week on Lost At Home with some heated discussion about Scott and Jer’s newly titled microgeneration, xennials. When Web Droppings finally gets under way, Lost At Home digs into NPR’s violent July 4th tweets, Sweden’s answer to men ruining music festivals and kangaroos confusing cars. The show ends with a Lost At Home exclusive original mix version of Midwave’s new track, ‘Something’s Gotta Give.’ Get Lost!
It’s a science-ey good time at Lost At Home this week as Scott and Jer discuss a nuclear power plant that decides being pretty is an important job qualification, robot whales that may save humanity, ticks that suck even more than we think and China, which is making one of the coolest green (literally) cities on the planet. In the discussion piece, Lost At Home digs into why crime comics just became legal in Canada and details the pathetic points of the now defunct Comics Code. Get Lost!