Host Joe Wendrychowicz is joined by different comedians each episode to perform completely improvised mediations inspired by real life disputes.
This series of life-changing, kind-of-meh summits is just the kind of hard-hitting journalism for which you came to Podcastville. Look no further than these weekly trappings of 3 strapping young-ish men and a guest for all of your listening needs. The very foundations of your soul will be shaken with feverish sobbing and a torrent of uncontrollable laughter!
Kai can't get on board with Jimmy's new sleeping arrangements. Sarah is writing a musical.By Joe Wendrychowicz
Kristen has plans to fulfill a lifelong dream, but Michael takes issue with it. Scott loves different food textures.By Joe Wendrychowicz
A longtime friendship needs repairing after Jon refuses to read at Andrew's wedding. Caitlin brings her daughter to work.By Joe Wendrychowicz
Dan and Kristin's karaoke feud has hit its breaking point. Rob aims to be more judgmental.By Joe Wendrychowicz
A roadtrip goes sour for Jabari and Tom when a playlist goes unplayed. Neil teaches everyone about enneagrams.By Joe Wendrychowicz
(Recorded 9/20/21) We humbly apologize for all the references that are literally 3 months old. All of us lost our maps to the Internet, and we didn't leave any breadcrumbs. Merry Christmas and happy holidays to all of you!
Business partners Steve and Ralph do not share the same vision on how to run their company. Sam tries to sabotage Secret Santa.By Joe Wendrychowicz
Nick refuses to break character after Stacie has a medical emergency during a performance. Jon is writing a screenplay.By Joe Wendrychowicz
Roommates Tia and Joe can't agree on how to fairly divide their belongings as Joe prepares to move out. Noah's mediations make him Tik Tok famous.By Joe Wendrychowicz
Lauren and Colin are at odds over Wawa's Hoagiefest. Siobhan is looking for a rush.By Joe Wendrychowicz
A new mediation season is upon us and we begin with a dispute that has many twists. Max and Meredith are two authors accusing each other of plagiarism. Meanwhile, Hunter challenges himself to be the perfect mediator.By Joe Wendrychowicz
We may not have been around for two weeks, but we are sooooo professional that we forgot the video this week. But, either way, get ready for another round of Tim Brooks. We never want to hear you say "I want it that way" mostly because we are just physically incapable.
the 'rona can't keep us down
We are as sweet as candy, but without all those calories. And, Joe Alamia has applied to have his last name be the brand of the next alternative sweetener. We have a lot of irons in the proverbial fire. And, if you can't take the heat, get out of the gorilla suit.
We'd like to thank our parents, wives, children, siblings, and former roommates for putting up with us for as long as they have. They are the true heroes. Speaking of heroes, Aaron Ullman heard us whistling from across town and found us again just to harmonize. What a swell guy! He still doesn't know we were just trying to find the dog.…
Like every episode, we screw something up. Today, it's our audio (sorry!). But, Jonathan Schroeder stomachs our unprofessionalism enough to hang out, so cheers to him. RIP Harambe.
Delivered fresh from your door and walls and other wooded areas every day. Give it up for Adam Ruff in his triumphant return! The theme of this season is delicious food if that wasn't already abundantly clear.
It's rotisserie, so you better like it. Please welcome Dave Mullen! Can you point me in the direction of a Boston Market?
Caitlin and Fred seek help in resolving a dinner time dispute that's ruined their relationship. Kate shares her summer plans as mediation season comes to an end.By Joe Wendrychowicz
Alright, fire up the BBQ! We are serving up charred hot takes for this 4th of July. And, Joe knows just the figurative potato salad to bring to the picnic. He scares us all with the fleeting possibility of glaucoma, but gives us the Steve/Joe friendship origin story, deals with our fragile childhood school stories, brings us how he got into improv …
A dinner party turns disastrous for Dave and Lali after a viral video is shown. Neil hints at his family code word.By Joe Wendrychowicz
Andrew is back! Call the cops! Well, maybe I'm overreacting. After all, he gives us a great retrospective on HTG4A season 1, deals with Tommy's concoction of microwaved ham yolk, watches Steve's reaction to chickens on steroids, reminisces about Rich's wild ride during his first time camping, brings an update on his newborn and her work ethic, indu…
Jason and Erica work towards putting a very dark sibling rivalry to rest. Kristen spots some celebs.By Joe Wendrychowicz
Give me a little bit to bring the funny...
Rob and Joe work to bring peace to the neighborhood. Emma shares her newest business venture.By Joe Wendrychowicz
If the early bird gets the worm, then we are the worm and the bird is middle age bicep tendonitis. Because of how much we lift. Cheeseburgers. We lift cheeseburgers. Trust me. Or don't. But, you should trust the music man, Casey Kreines. He is the real deal, and this week, we have him. So, with his help, we tackle Bezos and his band of Blue brands,…
Babette and Georgie disagree on how to plan a trip. Andrew goes to the airport.By Joe Wendrychowicz
Hijinks, buffoonery, shenanigans, antics; they are on sale today, buy 1, get 3 free! Julianna DePalantino, once interim host of this illustrious podcast, has transformed into a guest, and like a butterfly has sprouted wings and flapped and fluttered all the way to the studio. And, because we are just THAT interesting, we recap last week's Tommy-son…
Robyn wants more privacy from her mother Gab. Jacob is on the rebound.By Joe Wendrychowicz
Remember "Dilly Dilly!" Yea, so do we. Hmmmm. Good times. This week, we welcome Rich's brother-in-law (really, Rich 2.0), Adam Ruff, to rescue us from ourselves. Can it be done? You'll have to find out. He's got it all: some exciting and crazy dad-life, that one kid you know just raised themselves in the wild, Rich's 30 cubic feet of power, how muc…
A fruit feud creates a divide between Christina and Jimmy and even causes families to turn on each other. Nick gets a second chance.By Joe Wendrychowicz
My, how the turn tables. With no warning, Steve is cast out and supplanted by 4 women. Who'da thunk it? Well, they BRING IT to the remaining testosterone with exactly the kind of sass and spunk you'd expect. They've got it all: the origin story of their infamous troupe, the Brandy Band, Julz's vicious vendetta to torture Rich daily, how dudes gotta…
Sibling rivalry takes on a whole new meaning when Liam and Melanie share what they fight about most. Nick gets married.By Joe Wendrychowicz
We challenge you to a duel of wits. Heads we win, tails you lose. One round with Adam "Copernicus" Bender is all it takes to know he's gonna break our hearts. But, jokes on him, because like the tin man, we have none. Far more organized than we care to admit, we tackle actual topics like how far would you go for love?, Maroon 5 vs Nickleback, the P…
Nick refuses to acknowledge the existence of Rachel's new favorite drink. Steve gets a movie deal.By Joe Wendrychowicz
Win or lose, it's how you make the podcast that counts. Unfortunately for us, we make it weird. This week, Timothy "Habakkuk" Brooks of the Brooks Brothers (not really) joins us to get introspective, and we definitely don't enjoy what our insides look like. For you, we have an assortment of peeing in the dark, Rich's brokeback moment, gender percep…
Some unbelievable confessions are made as Ryan seeks the truth behind why Karen is holding onto something that belongs to him. Ralph gets sent to the Astral plane.By Joe Wendrychowicz
So, we heard you like podcasts with four dudes bantering, drinking beer, and getting all the facts wrong. Oddly specific. Well, have we got a deal for you - this week our guest Joe Alamia makes a lot of good arguments as to why he should replace Rich. Besides that, we get into the Mandela Effect, Joe's podcast that Rich is cheating on, the new Mort…
David is annoyed by his roommate Joe's outrageous claims. Frank gets one step closer to freedom.By Joe Wendrychowicz
Would you believe us if we told you these episodes are scripted? Yea, we have a team of wildly rabid writers working around the clock to bring you CONTENT. This week, our bestest mentsh, Aaron Ullman has the chutzpah to stop by at our studio and puts up with our mishigas. The schticks: pet peeves, catching the Irish, breeding incestuous gerbils, so…
Rob joins Corin at a secret party, but his poor etiquette has extreme consequences.By Joe Wendrychowicz
Here we go again. Pittsburgh-native Alex Gideon finds himself on HTG4A's couch this week ready to watch some rom-coms with them. Without much keen awareness, the crew goes after Craigslist "dating", corning, and Alex's stalker. And, it wouldn't be a male-hormone induced rage of an episode without some Star Wars and sports talk. Just like Vegas, wha…
Internet sensation, Sam, struggles to make a connection with her stepson Tom after she moves in with him.By Joe Wendrychowicz
Guest Andrew and impromptu call-in Meesh try to help the crew make sense of everything about The Beatles, Zack Williams, fatherhood, DC & Marvel movies, copy & paste, vegan cinnamon buns, midwestern US & Croatian current events, and jointly sinking England & the Suez Canal simultaneously. 'Cause just like marriage: when you know, you know.…
Marcely is fed up when his favorite server, Kristen, refuses to let him order off the specials menu.By Joe Wendrychowicz
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Jon's questionable taste in art becomes an issue for Molly as they prepare to start their lives together.By Joe Wendrychowicz
A professional relationship is ruined after Sheila decides to play matchmaker for Scott.By Joe Wendrychowicz
Joe is joined by comediator Sarah as they attempt to help Katie and Andrew resolve an argument that ended their friendship several years ago.By Joe