33 Don’t Give Up Pope

During an especially cynical holiday season, the boys turn to the Vatican for answers and maybe, just maybe, a successor to Tony Stark.

0:22 – An agnostic and an atheist walk into a conversation about the Pope

2:50 – Some love forĀ An Astronaut’s Guide to Life on Earth

4:08 – Those dickbag atheists, you know the ones…

5:25 – Ryan secures his one way ticket to Hell

6:00 – Pope Francis: awesome or Hitler?

7:03 – The usury suspects

9:23 – Our first commandment is “be a good dude”

13:32 – Introducing the motorcycle-riding, kick-ass pope

15:42 – An aside about divine hats

16:55 – Bat-Pope for President

18:41 – The difference between income and wealth

23:00 – Not what a white Christmas means

23:51 – We’re sorry, Asian Spider-Man

25:00 – Hungry people are hungry, and other economic facts

25:16 – Cognitive dissonance: maybe good, maybe bad

26:58 – …Ryan brings up Rob Ford

28:34 – Where are all of the crack-smoking gentlemen?

30:16 – Jesus, Sherlock Holmes and Batman

31:59 – Initiate Vatican Party Protocol

32:56 – Seriously though, Joey doesn’t do drugs


32 Feel Free to Fear the Reaper

Joey’s been stuck reading about the Industrial Revolution, which means that Ryan has to regale him with tales of eternal life, the universe and everything.

0:50 – Montreal, the city that always amazes Joey

1:37 – Kindle talk

6:45 – David Copperfield found the Fountain of Youth in his pants

11:45 – Ray Kurzweil, the guy who takes a lot of fucking vitamins

14:06 – Find what’s fascinating, and follow that

15:37 – Cryonics: not just for vegetables

18:08 – Who doesn’t love a hypothetical coupon?

20:08 – We are not your men of tomorrow

21:02 – That moment when you start to cry about the Spanish Inquisition while pooping

22:46 – Fear is only a good thing when you’re dealing with panthers

23:54 – The point in the conversation where Joey has to reference Kevin Smith

24:47 – The Science of Immortality

26:14 – Your life, as a book

27:13 – This closing still left Joey depressed