Who's That Pokémon?
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12 - Butterfree!
Collin and Brandon get to know the first Pokemon who broke their heart: Butterfree. Along the way, they decide what they'd trade it away for, discuss the ethics of eating it, and explore what it's like to be two mortal enemies handcuffed together in an 80's sitcom.
11 - Metapod!
Collin and Brandon prove once and for all that Metapod is the hardest dude around. Along the way, Metapod solves some local crimes, Collin feels deep shame over his rapping skills, and Brandon begins the podcast's first chant of "Unsubscribe! Unsubscribe!" *Please subscribe!*
10 - Caterpie!
Brandon and his pianist (Collin) dive into Caterpie, the first non-starter Pokémon! Aiming for a solid C+ episode, the boys talk Paul, bust the Pitbull conspiracy wide open, celebrate equality between the Caterpie genders, and fulfill every listener's wish of returning to the 2017 Kia Sedona. Warning: don't listen to this episode unless you're ready to know what you're capable of. It may be murder.
9 - Blastoise!
Do Collin and Brandon break down every single aspect of the final starter Pokémon Blastoise? Honey, yes. Along the way, Collin wagers his very soul, his neighbor Mark pops in, and Brandon poses the eternal query: Blastoise or jacuzzi? Also, the mystery of why they're called Pokémon is finally revealed! PITBULL CAN'T KEEP THE SECRETS FROM US.
8 - Wartortle!
Brandon and Collin discover a genuine love for WarTURTLE neither of them were expecting when the episode began. They interview a 10,000-year-old Warturtle, sing an original medieval ballad, and are visited repeatedly by both the Twitter Pidgey and the Reddit Spearow. Coming soon: a secret connection between Pitpull and the Pokemon universe!
7 - Squirtle!
Collin and Brandon get a chance to discuss the most famous criminal of the pokémon world: Squirtle. During the episode, the titular turtle pokémon is handed down a prison sentence for his crimes against Jonto region, the mystery of what's under his shell is finally solved, and Collin's General Thoughts, the podcast's favorite recurring segment, officially returns!
6 - Charizard!
Collin and Brandon examine Billy Joel's favorite pokémon: Charizard! Along the way, they beg the audience to give them a stern talking to, share Brandon's personal memory of what may be the worst deal of his life, establish once and for all how big Collin is, and finally admit (after seeing indisputable video evidence) that Charmeleon is able to run on 4 legs. Remember—use Bing!
5 - Charmeleon!
Brandon and Collin get up close and personal with Charmeleon, the asshole teenager of the Pokemon world. In all seriousness, what's that thing on its head? How similar are Charmeleon and acclaimed Miami-based rapper Pitbull? When and where would Charmeleon dab? Collin explores these questions and more in the show's newest breakout segment: Collin's General Thoughts!
3 - Venusaur!
What a journey it's been! Finally, our little Bulbasaur is all grown up and now IT'S A GODDAMN TANK. A tank with a SEXY-ASS FLOWER. Collin and Brandon place Venusaur on their fantasy football teams, do a little creative role-playing, and finally settle the question of "should you ride it?"
2 - Ivysaur!
Collin and Brandon definitively prove, beyond any shadow of a doubt, that their idea to dedicate an entire episode to Ivysaur is good and genius. They give the angsty flower-dog a Myers-Briggs test, try to figure out why he's in such a bad mood, and give many, MANY valid reasons why Ivysaur is totally different from Bublasaur.
1 - Bulbasaur!
Brandon and Collin begin their journey into the ever-expanding Pokedex by breaking down the iconic first-generation grass-type starter pokemon: Bulbasaur! Where does Bulbasaur store its extendable vines? Is it secretly the most powerful of all the starters? Which human celebrity does it bear the closest resemblance to? Find out on the first episode of Who's That Pokemon?