Note: These show notes were taken by Dan Katz in-studio during the taping of the episode. Thanks Dan!
0 – The weather is great. The guys talk about “rain” movies.
Matt has had different opinions throughout time about John Mellencamp.
Jimmy didn’t like De Niro on SNL this week.
Jimmy and Pat discuss which album is the worst KISS album.
Paul Stanley and David Lee Roth are both some of the best and worst frontmen of all time.
5 – Matt compares The Doors to the Black Eyed Peas.
The guys discuss more possible best/worst frontmen.
10 – Jimmy and Pat talk about a Guns ‘n’ Roses concert that was one of the worst experiences of their lives.
15 – Jimmy talks about one of the first time he met Ozzy Oz.
Jimmy introduces everyone.
20 – Next year at the Pard-Cast-A-Thon, Pat Francis plans to eat a bowl of cereal every hour, but each hour it will be a different type of cereal.
Pat wants to do a cartoon show with baby versions of the All in the Family cast.
25 – Plug for the Chicago show.
Never Not Funny opens for U2.
30 – Pat tells the story about how he lost a bunch of weight. It involved conning an infomercial.
35 – The continued saga of Pat’s weight loss with trainer Sean Barth.
40 – The product from the infomercial may or may not have been called the Flab Storm.
45 – Pat Francis: Exercise Con Man.
50 – The guys get fascinated with Barth.
55 – Bill Paxton talk.
0 – Pat talks about the weird diet he’s on.
Update on Jimmy’s eye.
5 – Jimmy tells a Ross Dress for Less story where he got angry at a cardboard cut out.
10 – The guys try to figure out if there’s a strikingly handsome comedian.
15 – Dan gets in trouble.
Pat ruins a funny bit that Jimmy does.
The guys talk about the restaurant, Taste of Chicago.
20 – 25 – Jimmy’s pretty sure the Roger Waters concert he just went to with Pat is probably the best concert he’s ever been to. KISS should be embarrassed.
30 – Jimmy and Pat tell an Oliver story where he put together an elaborate spiderman puzzle (his “relaxing” puzzle).
35 – Matt tells a Handy Manny story.
Pat tells a Mr. Potatohead story.
AK-47 gone, not forgotten