You know you love…probably two Weezer records, but did you know that they recorded like a billion songs? Friends and comedians Jen Kleinrock and Patrick Ehlers learn about themselves and each other through Weezer’s vast catalogue.


29 – Pacific Daydream

Self-proclaimed Weezer experts Jen and Patrick have not yet been able to make themselves listen to the new Weezer record, so they're sitting down with YOU (and a few drink...


28 – Pacific Daydream Announcement

"Once upon a time, I, Chuang Chou, dreamt I was a butterfly, fluttering hither and thither, to all intents and purposes a butterfly. I was conscious only of...


27 – Green Day (Part 2) – Revolution Radio

Hold on to your regularly-washed butts, Jen and Patrick are back to weigh in on the newest Green Day record on their podcast that is only ever about Weezer (and things dir...


26 – Green Day Concert and White (Deluxe)

Jen asked Patrick to go to the Green Day concert. He said “sure.” Not only did that ruin the “El Scorcho” joke, he didn’t even go. Whatever man! Who wants to go ...


25 – Mallrats with Joe Gehart

Jen and Patrick close out their series of conversations about movies-with-Weezer-songs-on-the-soundtrack with the 1995 classic: Mallrats. True to tradition, they are joine...


24 – Weezer 2000

First thing’s first: Pinkerton has gone platinum! After heaping praise on the little record that could, Jen and Patrick turn their attention to the difficult task of mak...


23 – The Relationship and “I Love the USA”

Jen and Patrick are beset on all sides by maladies! Patrick’s getting over a cold and Jen’s got a little bit of a tummy ache. Plus, she’s suffering from some weekend...


22 – Meet the Deedles

Back in 1999, the first -- and to date, only -- Homie song was released. Sure, the song may have been buried behind two other credits songs at the end of Disney’s fa...

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