- Episode 153: “Satan”
June 14, 2018
This week, we listen to satanic messages hidden in classic songs. See if you can guess what people claim is being said before we reveal it!
- Episode 152: “Bird”
June 9, 2018
On today's episode of the podcast, we give you our top 10 reasons to get pooped on by a bird, rather than a human! You won't believe Number 2! (Heh heh.)
- Episode 151: “Corruption”
May 31, 2018
Not every episode of the One Word, Go! Show features a half hour discussion about x-rated cartoons being potentially beneficial to predators, but you got lucky this week!
- Episode 150: “Baking”
May 24, 2018
On today's show, Mat hits up the gang for information about the marijuana-drug.
- Episode 149: “Luck” with Mat’s Mom!
April 12, 2018
Mat's Mom is back and she's not pulling any punches. Listen as she verbally destroys an innocent voicemail caller and friend of the podcast.
- [Real] Episode 148: “Soap”
April 3, 2018
Dan gets his mouth washed out with soap and Tabasco sauce, Mat's dumb tongue and gag reflex stops him from doing the one thing he may actually be good at, Mélissa doesn't wash her genitals, and Andrew is built for books.
- [April Fools!] Episode 148: “Soap”
April 1, 2018
Once again, we've duped you into listening to something you wish you had never heard before. Happy April Fools, suckers! (Just kidding about the suckers part... kind of.)
- Episode 147: “Cartoon”
March 23, 2018
Dan has no idea what the name of the the main character in his "favorite cartoon" is, and Andrew gets grilled over the way he says certain words. We also play a ton of old cartoon intros.
- Episode 146: “Lion”
March 2, 2018
We play a poorly planned game titled "Whose Lion Is It Anyway?", where we have to guess which famous lion said which quote. Play along with us!
- Extra: “Andrew’s Odyssey”
February 17, 2018
Andrew manages to run out of gas, forget the pin code he's been using for years, get stuck in the middle of traffic, and sell a cellphone to a stranger - all before arriving late to record the show. We also discuss how to properly divide the blame in an affair.