Explaining to Austin

Trans woman writer Peyton and hunk chef Austin have been friends since third grade. Join along on their friendship as Peyton explains to Austin everything from current events, to culture, to movies. The two hosts also bring you the cutting edge in dumb bits, Communism, poop jokes, and Ted Kaczynski news/info. WARNING: listening to this podcast may make you a top target of the deep state. Follow @E2APodcast on Twitter! https://twitter.com/E2APodcast


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Peyton explains how the Matrix sequels are good, actually, and further the trans-revolutionary themes/philosophy presented in the first film, as well as having a scene where Neo fights like 50 Hugo Weavings at once. But first your hosts talk about Alcoho...


 2021-12-22  1h6m

episode 38: Ep 38 - A Penised Individual Enters The Matrix

Peyton explains that The Matrix is a movie about how being trans makes you hotter and more badass than everyone else. But first, your hosts shit on Time Person of the Year Elon Musk and non-penised individual/TERF JK Rowling. Peyton also gives a bowel mo...


 2021-12-15  1h4m

episode 37: Ep 37 - Who Wants They Jussie Smollate?

Welcome to Explaining to Austin 2.0 aka The Dark Prophet Saga aka Season 2, where there are less rules and less brain cells. Peyton and Austin usher in this new era by taking a more casual approach to the show, with Peyton introducing topics/current even...


 2021-12-08  1h2m

episode 36: Ep. 36 - Slimer is Real, The Queen is Dead, & Munchie Hangs 10

Your hosts are back and dumber than ever as Peyton attempts to remember a movie she watched two weeks ago. She also explains her idea for a plot to the never made "Munchie Hangs 10." Also: preparing for court and discussing the Queen probably being dead....


 2021-12-01  1h4m

Minisode - Raytheon Wireless Earbuds

It's Peyton like you've never heard her before with the show's first ever minisode! She gets you up to date on everything from her Johnny Cash cover song, to current events commentary, to an earbud psyop conspiracy theory, to her recent loss of a job. Ex...


 2021-11-17  28m

episode 35: Ep 35 - Munchie Strikes Back (aka President Munchie)

Austin's back, sick, and ready for Munchie as Peyton tells him about Munchie Strikes Back, the disappointing sequel to one of our favorites. This episode is chock full of presidents, from Joe Biden and Bill Clinton's personal Munchie connections, to a po...


 2021-11-10  1h31m

episode 34: Ep 34 - Mega-Dorm 1 (aka Freestyle Billionaire Architecture) - w/ Haus of Decline

Alex from the podcast/comics/twitter Haus of Decline is back as guest host for Peyton's explanation of billionaire Charles Munger's proposed UC Santa Barbara dorm building. Housing 4,500 people, with 94% of the rooms having no access to natural light, an...


 2021-11-03  1h14m

episode 33: Ep 33 - Waxwork (aka Monster Mash BDSM) feat. AdequateEmily

Emily joins once again as guest host, with Peyton explaining a wacky and bizarre 80s direct-to-video horror movie about a wax museum full of monsters and also Marquis de Sade. Other topics include Peyton's weird horror movie recommendations and "Dune, bu...


 2021-10-27  1h27m

episode 32: Ep 32 - Street Trash (aka Hallelujah, I‘m a Bum)

With Halloween close, Peyton tells Austin about the 1987 splatter movie Street Trash, which is about hobos melting into goo. Dennis Prager has COVID and they talks about that too. Also, Austin tells you about his band. Idk does anyone even read these? I ...


 2021-10-20  1h7m

episode 31: Ep 31 - Stupid Star Wars Lore (aka Jizz)

Back after conspiracy month and an unexpected week off, Peyton and Austin delve into the depths of the online Star Wars encyclopedia, Wookiepedia, to learn some dumb lore facts. Learn about protatos, Jaba the Hutt's Epstein connection, Droopy McCool, and...


 2021-10-13  1h38m