A ghost haunts the Star Wars universe. A poltergeist, whose idiot gibbering has tormented fans of the series for decades. His name… is Jar Jar Binks. Pretty much everyone hates the hapless Gungan, and he’s been written off as a failed attempt at comic relief from the wacky brain of George Lucas. But what if Jar Jar is more than that? What if he’s the dark force behind all the suffering and death of the prequels. What if Jar Jar himself is the Phantom Menace? Our guest this week is the podcaster and musician and extremely talented writer Andy Kneis, and Andy thinks that Jar Jar just might be evil. Nevermind that George Lucas has never planned more than half a movie ahead in any of his scripts ever. He was for sure setting Jar Jar up to be the galaxy’s greatest villain of all time. FOR SURE. If you love hearing comedians roast child actors, you’ll like this one. Listen up, nerds!
Get ready to ride a real rollercoaster of an episode, y’all. This one starts out with Satanic panic in the 1970’s, takes a left turn to Hollywood pedophile rings, whizzes through a loop-de-loop of incredibly dark jokes about babies, and ends up in a sunny theme park of making fun of celebrities. Do you know what Corey Feldman is up to? You’re about to. Our guests this week are the extremely funny writers and podcasters Robert and Sara Clarke-Chan, and they’ve got some hot hot takes on how Hollywood ruins child actors, and also on the impending birth of their own child. Shit. Gets. Wild.
Our guest this week is comedian, podcaster and American hero Matt Rath, and he has a theory that could blow the lid off the whole damn country. Matt knows that the government is deliberately undermining so-called ‘conspiracy theorists’ in order to make them look ridiculous, so they can carry on with their shady business undisturbed. Think that all UFOlogists are fools? Think again, chump. Also as a bonus, we forced Matt to record this episode in 100-degree heat. See if you can hear the sweat hit the mic!
Prepare your ears and gird your loins for possibly the filthiest episode of Lizard People ever. Our guest this week is Julie Brister, a bonafide comedy star with a list of tv credits a mile long and a passion for teaching and directing. But really our guest is 13-year-old Julie, who heard a rumor involving Rod Stewart, an onstage collapse, and eight pounds of human semen. Yeah. We talk about how much ejaculate weighs, the sex appeal of androgynous rock stars, how it feels to be in 7th grade and believe everything, how many sailors fit on an aircraft carrier, whether Lizard People will ever get a sponsor again after this episode, and way way more. We also giggle like damn schoolgirls. Enjoy!
It’s one of history’s great mysteries. What happened to the Russian hiking party that died under suspicious circumstances in the Siberian wilderness? None of the details line up, from the tent torn open from the inside to the mysterious orbs of light some villagers report seeing in the sky that fateful night. Could it have been the government testing dangerous alien tech? Or could it have been something even… dumber? Our guest is the talented writer and dear friend of the show Colton Stickney, and he has a theory about what happened in the Dyatlov Pass that will blow your damn mind. Listen and learn, children.