Chris folds laundry, makes a call back, and everyone dies.
RULE: Any sentence ending in an exclamation point must be sung.
Original air date: February 27, 2020
18 - Sexy and I Know It
Chris' saliva has magical properties.
RULE: When a new character is introduced, the host must make a sexy 'meow.'
Original air date: February 20, 2020
15 - Sometimes 21
The hosts thoughtfully tackle the generational divide in America by utilizing the power of fashion.
RULE: The hosts' names must be said in reverse.
Original air date: January 30, 2020
13 - The Chris Porter Experience
Chris learns something about himself.
RULE: When you change the scene, all the hosts have to 'count it in.' (A one! A two! A one two three four!)
Original air date: January 16, 2020
11 - BirdZ
The hosts have to save the New Year before it’s barely begun. Bucker up, Chup!
RULE: Whenever someone travels, they must do so by a different type of bird for each instance.
Original air date: January 2, 2020
09 - Every Time Micky Laughs, An Angel Gets Its Wings
The hosts go skating. Chris falls down.
RULE: If you mention a number, you have to sing it in the style of ‘Five Golden Rings’ from The Twelve Days of Christmas. SUBRULE: If you introduce a goat you have to give it to someone else. (But the hosts forget about the subrule for most of the episode.)
Original air date: December 19, 2019
07 - Sunshine, Lollipops, and Rainbows
Making podcasts is a dangerous business--which the hosts discover on a group trip to Seattle.
RULE: When you say a name, you have to sing it.
Original air date: December 5, 2019
05 - Checkmate, Roundboys
The earth is flat. Who'd a thunk?
RULE: If you mention a food or drink, you have to break down the ingredients.
Original air date: November 21, 2019
03 - The Quadratic Formula
Chris goes on a date with a dental hygienist. It ends at SpaceX.
RULE: You can't say the quadratic formula.
Original air date: November 7, 2019
01 - The War on Storkybiddleybop
When Last I Left's first episode...after a bunch of 'lost episodes' you might never hear. Chris invents a holiday that launches a war with Narnia.
RULE: When you mention a location, you have to say 'Interior' or 'Exterior' accordingly.
Original air date: November 4, 2019
17 - Cats in pYjamas
The hosts' mixed feelings about Valentine's are overshadowed by Chris' sudden casting in Sir Andrew Lloyd Webber's new musical. Ba dum dum pish.
RULE: Whenever the hosts mention someone other than themselves, they must say 'Ba dum dum pish.'
Original air date: February 13, 2020
16 - Marco Polo
Chris twerks and Elon Musk returns.
RULE: When someone says Marco, everyone has to say Polo.
Original air date: February 6, 2020
14 - Bad Luck
Chris wants to prove there's no such thing as bad luck--which is difficult to do because this is Chris we're talking about.
RULE: Whenever anyone says a name, they must precede it with a 'Sir' or 'Lady.'
Original air date: January 23, 2020
12 - Up In Smoke (with Truett Jean Butler)
Joined by their FIRST GUEST EVER, Truett Jean Butler, and the hosts win a bar trivia contest and change Catholicism (and the climate) forever.
RULE: When you mention a place, you have to compliment something about it.
Original air date: January 9, 2020
10 - Death Becomes Him
They’re currently filming Speed 6 and Speed 7 in Los Angeles.
RULE: When you introduce a character, you have to introduce them with a rap.
Original air date: December 26, 2019
08 - The Great Scooter Revolution
The hosts make a mistake and let a producer sit at the table 'off mic'. Chris uses the restroom and births a new era in human advancement. He also sucks at accents. (There’s also an animal parade...for the kids.)
RULE: If you mention an animal, you have to make the sound of that animal.
Original air date: December 12, 2019
06 - The Final Cornucopia
Friendsgiving doesn't go as planned when Chris is confronted by his family, his exes, and climate change.
RULE: If you mention food, you have to say something you're thankful for.
Original air date: November 28, 2019
04 - Organ Fest 2019
Kua breaks the pause button. The hosts meet a vampire. And we discover Weird Al Yankovic's true identity.