Lex and Matt are back to talk about the death of Rolling Stone and what it means for legacy media and rock n' roll, and then they get into Tom Cruise's Scientological and parental problems, Scottie Nell Hughes further clouding the definition of rape, Ed Skerin turning down his Hellboy role so an Asian (but still not Japanese) actor can have the role, Ariel Winter's tits and her stage mom's role in exploiting them, and Jaime King's thoughts on body positivity equality
Hollywood is going all out for social justice films and TV, plus a Ruth Bader Ginsburg biopic, Fashion Week tries to be something it simply can't be, Matt hates people who ignore the bigger picture surrounding the gender pay gap, Priyanka Chopra gets all feministy, Ted Cruz's Senate Twitter account likes a porn video, and ESPN turns a Monday Night Football broadcast into amateur hour.
For our 100th episode, Lex and Matt are back at Rocco's Tavern in Studio City to discuss Toni Basil's struggles as a one-annoying-hit-wonder, L'Oreal's transsexual former model's racist rant, Kate Middleton's royal tits, the stupid all-female Lord of the Flies remake, Cholo appropriation by the Jenners, Disqus's new "toxic comment" filtration/echo chamber accomodations, and the gayest pizza Brian as ever ordered.
Lex and Matt are back at Rocco's Tavern to discuss Colin Kaepernick's protestors, James Cameron's opinion on Wonder Woman, Amazon and Whole Foods, Matt's thoughts on why humanity is utterly doomed, Burning Man, and Farrah Avraham's vagina rejuvenation.
Joss Whedon's ex-wife says he's a serial young-actress-fucking dick, ESPN re-assigns an Asian football commentator due to concerns about dicks on social media, R. Kelly and his dick get away with everything, Mark Wahlberg's pay gap versus dickless movie stars, and an attempt to talk about Tiger Woods' dick pic ends up being more of a conversation on dicks in general.
We have a rare repeat guest, as Jessica Winther joins Lex and Matt to discuss how some people were uncomfortable with ESPN's Fantasy Football auction, Taylor Swift's ass grab lawsuit victory, erectile dysfunction among young males due to porn. We also touch on Chelsea Manning covering Vogue, Cindy Crawford's kids, and Matt's thoughts on Christina El Moussa receiving alimony from her ex.
Should one actually need to contract an STD in order to sue someone else for not disclosing that they were infected before nailing you? Lex and Matt are joined by special guest Jessica Winther to debate this as well as James Damore fired for failing to Googlethink, British boob model Chloe Ayley's totally fake Italian sex trafficking abduction, Sinead O'Connor acting out for attention again, Serena Williams' beta baby daddy, and Sophie Turner of "Game of Thrones" on casting by follower count versus acting talent.
Ronnie James Dio gets the hologram treatment so other living people can profit, Lil Duval defends his post-transsexual sex violence threats, Matt Explains Debbie Wasserman-Schultz's greasy-ass Jheri Curl, George Clooney is the latest victim of paparazzi feeding middle-age women's cravings to see other people's babies, Lady Gaga's involvement in the Dr. Luke/Kesha likely fake rape case, and Blake Lively's blatant sexism
Amber Rose says all Kanye West ever gave him was fame (AKA the only thing she has?), the lady who got herpes from Usher wants $20 million from him, Liev Schreiber takes his son to Comic-Con dressed as Harley Quinn, MTV gets rid of VMA gender categories, ESPN seems to want out of the sports writing industry, and "Confederate" - the new series from the makers of Game of Thrones
R. Kelly claims he's not holding young women against their will in exchange for furthering their music careers, Disney's live-action Aladdin production, Matt laments how award shows have become little more than celebrating survivors of rape stories that may or may not have actually happened, Ariel Winter gets body shamed online, Matt tries out a new segment about how Award shows are now just rape story circle jerks, an update on Mattress Girl and Columbia University, and Caitlyn Jenner attacks Jimmy Kimmel
Emily Ratajkowski says her voluptuous breasts are holding her back in Hollywood, Disney puts the PC back in Pirates of the Caribbean, Matt discusses the potential problems regarding a Canadian transsexual father raising his child genderless, how Jay Z's rhymes seem to have softened a bit, shit escalating between Rob Kardashian and Blac Chyna, and Corinne Olympios drops her "Bachelor in Paradise" rape allegations.
Serena Williams' crazed fans think John McEnroe crossed a line, Shonda Rimes alleges obese-o-phobia, "Fearless Girl" wins an award for its courageous political correctness, Matt apologizes for suggesting that Amber Heard was faking it, Jessica Biel's rich mom "struggles", and apparently the White House used to hold a Ramadan dinner before Trump.
The Gender Pay Gap manifests itself in Wonder Woman, Harvard rescinds its acceptance of ten students due to racist memes, Carrie Fisher's inevitable toxicology report, Man Bun Ken dolls, Elizabeth Banks thinks Steven Spielberg is sexist, Emily Rossum shares the latest "bikini shaming" horror story, and Bill Cosby's hung...jury
Lex gives Matt no time to prepare as the two dive face-first into Dennis Rodman's frat boy North Korea diplomacy, Alison Brie's horrifying forced partial-toplessness incident, Katy Perry's needless 72-hour livestream, non-consenting cunnilingus during "Bachelor in Paradise", and another Amber Rose Slut Walk for some reason (okay, it's attention whoring).
Lex and Matt are back to Rocco's in Studio City after a week off as they tackle Kathy Griffin's Trump stunt, a sportswriter fired for a tweet about the Japanese Indy 500 winner, Jamie Foxx's high school sex life, Tiger Woods's fade, Rolling Stone calling the Manchester Ariana Grande bombing "misogynistic," how Wonder Woman became an idol among Hollywood women, and Ashley Graham's big, fat segment on Steve Harvey's show before the Fire Marshall shuts us down
As if mommy bloggers weren't already the most annoying people on social media, one had to up the ante and give birth on Facebook Live. Lex and Matt head back to Rocco's Tavern in Studio City to probe this subject, plus the sudden unpopularity of the name Caitlyn (thanks, Jenner...), Gabourey Sidibe's precious double-shaming allegation, female airplane cup pissings, and Steve Harvey's unexplainable success. Plus, Matt explains the problems inherent in a sports league where everyone's having sex with one another (okay...the WNBA), and Lex talks with his gender fluid child about why his panties are in a bunch this week.
Can a Florida man prove his innocence by whipping out his cock? If nobody cares about your public breastfeeding, are you really a hero? And did you hear about that shark attack on a porn star? Lex Jurgen and Matt Ralston have a rousing discussion on these topics as well as Emma Watson's MTV Awards speech, Robert DiNiro ranting about Trump, the crazy shit that goes on at Diddy's house, and George Michael's last boyfriend.
Who does V Magazine think the target audience for Ashley Graham's nude photos is? Lex and Matt dive deep into this and Rosie O'Donnell nakedly chasing her teen daughter around with a wine bottle, Mark Zuckerberg's "listening tour," selling murderers' cars, Fox News sexual harassment house-cleaning, the dumbass models blindly promoting the disastrous FyreFest, and Lonzo Ball's dad milking him for all he's worth.
Fat Tess Holliday fat shames her fat Uber driver, Emmanuel Macron married the teacher who raped him and nobody cares, Brie Larson is full of shit, Abigail Breslin keeps talking about rape without evidence, Serena Williams does some weird baby stuff, Caitlyn Jenner's resemblance to Sound Guy Brian's pizza, and Facebook Live murders and social media's implications about society at large. As always, recorded live at Rocco's Tavern in Studio City.
Caitlin Jenner finally has "the surgery," Abigail Breslin opens up on social media about date rape in lieu of the legal system, Melania Trump is legally not a prostitute, Clay Adler joins the ranks of now-dead ex-MTV reality show stars, Matt explains overrated people and things in his new segment, Lex's panties are in a bunch about David Schwimmer, and of course, United Airlines out-does Pepsi
Sound guy Brian somehow didn't save last week's amazing episode, but he's back and sober enough to remember to hit "save" at the correct time as Lex and Matt discuss that outrage-inducing Pepsi ad with Kendall Jenner, Lena Dunham losing weight and therefore selling out, why David Spade gets so much tail, Rupert Sanders claiming his artistic inspiration came from nailing Kristen Stewart and wrecking his marriage, how Pam Anderson and Julian Assange are definitely still fucking, Brits dropping "Easter" from the name of their egg hunt, and that Funny Or Die video about why men should pay for pap smears or some damn thing.
Lex and Matt descend upon Rocco's Tavern in Studio City to hammer the week's most pressing topics: Kesha losing in court again instead of making good music, Scott Disick's sex addiction, how funny Chelsea Handler is, the marital and ethical strains caused by your wife fucking a middle schooler, a women-only table read of "Juno," Alejandra Campoverdi's Maxim photos and fake Streisand Effect attention bait, and...yeah, people are actually paying to rent raccoons in Russia.
Lex and Matt discuss Justin Bieber being a dick to his fans like we all wish we could do, Snoop Dogg's fake shooting of a fake Trump, Mama June's hotness, the Texas masturbation protest bill, Pamela's Anderson's...well, technically it's poetry, for Julian Assange, and that Wall Street yuppie humping the statue of a little girl staring down the statue of a bull, prompting a discussion on rodeos in which our resident Wyomingite and sound engineer Brian wishes he thought of the pun "Dancing With the Steers" before typing this just now.
It's the day of the Day Without a Woman protest, or strike, or walk-out, or whatever. Lex and Matt are back at Rocco's Tavern to explore this, Beauty and the Bestiality, why Snapchat is worth so damn much money, Harrison Ford somehow still having a pilot license, fat models, and when celebrities die of "natural causes"
Never mind that Best Picture fuck-up at the Oscars, what's with them bringing a three-strike felon on stage? Matt joins Lex and his gender-neutral child, Bobby, at Rocco's Tavern in Studio City for a deep discussion on this and Emma Watson's "Beauty and the Beast" feminist revision, ABC's "When We Rise" miniseries on gay rights, that cheating HuffPo blogging marathoner, intentional fatness for body positivity, and more transexual toilet talk.