We’re back! Put on your comfy slippers, slip on that drinking jacket, slide into your big comfy chair, and join Drew and Danny as they Human Guinea Pig Chicago’s most infamous liqueur, Malort. Just so you know you’re special, they sip some Besk as a bonus.
No one-star movie review this week but we will be back regularly with new episodes that include a movie and a challenge.
So glad to see you again, you look marvelous, and haven’t aged a bit. If your hometown is known for a special drink that you’d like us to try on the podcast, let us know at email@example.com or drop us a DM on Twitter or Instagram @hgppodcast.
This week’s special guest is Matt the Brit and on this episode Drew Human Guinea Pig’d going to the dentist for the first time in 10 years and only the second time in 18 years. We then reviewed the 1996 Corbin Bernsen thriller, The Dentist. Strap up and open wide as we drill into a brand new episode of the Human Guinea Pig Podcast.
HGP Challenge: returning to the dentist after 10 years
1-Star Movie: The Dentist (1996)
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This week we bring you an episode with a Grecian flair. Drew and #1 Fan Harrison Human Guinea Pig’d Blue Zeus, male vitality pills they found in a London pub bathroom, and told Danny about their experience. Drew, Danny, and #1 Fan Harrison then reviewed Arnold Schwarzenegger’s first ever film, Hercules in New York. At this point you’re probably realizing why the title of this episode makes sense but also why we had so much fun on the episode.
HGP Challenge: Blue Zeus, male vitality pills sold in the bathroom of at least one London pub.
1-Star Movie Review: Hercules in New York, Arnold Schwarzenegger’s first film.
Thank you for listening. Please let us know your thoughts and suggestions by contacting us on Twitter and Instagram @hgppodcast.
It’s cold in Chicago so we’re doing cold things. This week Drew, Danny, and special guests, Kelly and Jerry, Human Guinea Pig’d everyone’s favorite Winter Olympic sport, curling! We then reviewed the coldest of Batman movies, Batman & Robin.
HGP Challenge: Curling
1-Star Movie Review: Batman & Robin (you know, the one with George Clooney and Arnold Schwarzenegger as Mr. Freeze)
Thanks for listening. Write us at firstname.lastname@example.org or @hgppodcast on Twitter and Instagram and tell us what you like to do when it’s 10°F.
This week, Drew returned from a trip to Iceland and brought back our latest challenge. On this episode Drew, Danny, and special guest, #1 Fan Harrison, Human Guinea Pig’d fermented shark and washed it down with the Black Death. Drew also made it to Jolly Ol’ England and made his family try it too; tune in to hear their reaction. We then reviewed probably the most underrated of all the Turkish Tarkan movies.
Human Guinea Pig Challenge: Hákarl (fermented shark) and Brennivín (an Icelandic Schnapps aka Black Death)
1-Star Movie Review: Tarkan versus the Vikings
Thanks for listening. As always, you can reach us on Twitter and Instagram @hgppodcast and via email at email@example.com. Please rate us and subscribe on iTunes, we’d love to hear from you.
Happy New Year everyone! Before moving upwards and onward to 2018 Drew and Danny take a look back at a year of Human Guinea Pig Challenges and 1-Star Movie Reviews. Join us as we remember the highlights (and lowlights) of a full year of the Human Guinea Pig Podcast. Thank you all for your continued support!
All good things must come to an end, and bad things even more so. This week Drew, Danny, and special guest, Matt the Brit, discuss the end of their 30-day Jawzrsize challenge. Tune in to find out if anyone ended up with the chiseled jaw-line of an ancient Roman bust or if everyone simply ended up ancient and busted. There is no movie review this week but we did revisit episode 17’s challenge, Vulva. Find out why.
HGP Challenge: the end of the 30-day Jawzrsize challenge
1-Star Movie Review: none this week
Thank you for listening. You can contact us as HGPpodcast@gmail.com or find us on Twitter and Instagram @hgppodcast.
Round and round like a wheel on the open road, the podcast continues, spinning comedy gold. This week Drew tells Danny about the time he Human Guinea Pig’d a 100 mile bicycle ride. We then reviewed a movie about a different kind of long distance ride, Death Race 2000.
HGP Challenge: a 100 mile bicycle ride (aka a Century Ride)
1-Star Movie Review: Death Race 2000 (from 1975)
Thank you for listening. As always, if you have any comments, questions, or suggestions you can find us on Twitter or Instagram @hgppodcast or email us at HGPpodcast@gmail.com.
This week we try to do the impossible and beat meat. Drew isn’t sure that he can and Danny tried twice. On this episode Drew and Danny HGP’d the Impossible Burger. We then reviewed a movie about another substance trying to be something it’s not, The Stuff. We were also joined in the studio by #1 Fan, Harrison, doing his best Burt Reynolds impression.
HGP Challenge: The Impossible Burger
1-Star Movie Review: The Stuff
If you’ve tried The Impossible Burger, The Beyond Burger, or Beast Meat let us know your thoughts. You can reach us on Twitter and Instagram @hgppodcast. As always, thank you for listening!
Ok, hear us out on this one. So, there is a ball, that you put in your mouth every other day, that can supposedly sculpt you jawline and neck. We know. We know how it sounds but it’s a real product. This week Drew, Danny, and special guest, Matt the Brit, kick-off 30 days of HGP’ing the Jawzrsize Facial Toner. We then review Sharknado, you know, ‘cuz Jaws…and sharks…you get it.
HGP Challenge: Kicking-off 30 days of using the Jawzrsize Facial Toner
1-Star Movie Review: Sharknado
Thanks for listening. We hope you liked the bonus accent impressions that Matt brought to the podcast. That posh British accent impression was cool, oh, and that even poshier British accent impression was dope too. My favorite was that killer Australian accent he did. It’s like we had Russell Crowe on the podcast (I know…that’s the joke).*
*Yes, we know Russell Crowe is from New Zealand. Seriously, it’s not fun when we have to explain these things.