Welcome to our second episode of the official TFNG game show, The Caucasity!
On today’s episode, Ginger introduces Ren to a man of morals, a man of faith, a man who said that feminists and gays caused 9/11.
On this very special episode, we are joined by Ren and Ginger’s collective husbands on a game show of “Which terrible person said this terrible thing?” Including such icons like Ronald Reagan, Phyllis Schlafly, Donald Trump, and a lot of jokes about how many dumb motherf***ers run our country.
Ginger takes Ren on a journey into the world of child trafficking, which surprisingly has nothing to do with satanic cabals or online furniture outlets.
Welcome back, dear listeners! On today’s episode, Ren gets a belated birthday gift from Ginger, and it’s the best/worst gift ever.
Welcome back, dear listeners! If you’re an American who has been awake for the last one hundred years or so, you might have heard about all this ruckus about Confederate monuments.
Welcome back, dear listeners! You know we love a weirdo and a pervert here at TFG. Hell, that’s practically Ginger’s brand. And, there are none weirder and pervier than Nikola Tesla.
Welcome back, bright-eyed ingenues! On this episode, we’re heading straight to Tinseltown, where everyone’s dreams come true, particularly one man’s dream to ruin everyone else’s good time.
Welcome back, dear listeners! On this most auspicious day, the day that Hulu releases its brand new series ‘The Great,’ we figured we would give you the lowdown on one of its primary figures. No, not Catherine the Great, but her husband, Peter the Mediocre At Best.
Welcome back, dear listeners! Ren and Ginger continue to take on the technical challenges that plague this hellscape we are all trapped in. In the meantime, do you know what Adolf Hitler and Bugs Bunny have in common?