A torture endurance podcast where Jacob Wysocki subjects himself to watch Fight Club for 72 hours straight. Joined by his comedian friends, listen as he documents his descent into madness.
Join Jacob Wysoki on a torture/endurance podcast exploring the spoiling of a human as he watches Fight Club for 72 hours straight. Here’s hoping he makes it through.
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Jacob begins his 72 hour Fight Club viewing marathon. Joined by friends Carl Tart (Comedy Bang Bang, host of The Flagrant Ones) and Hillary Anne Matthews (Modern Family), together they go over the ground rules, complete Jacob's first mental examination, and discuss why Fight Club is a movie made by naughty little boys, for naughty little boys. Carl also recounts his own personal experiences working with David Fincher.
Start Jacob's journey with this BONUS watchalong! You can sync up your Fight Club film with this episode to hear live commentary from Jacob, Carl Tart and Hillary Anne Matthews.
Jake has been awake for 14 hours so far. He's seen Fight Club 5 times.
Good friends and improv group Big Grande (Dan Lippert, Jon Mackey, Ryan Rosenberg, Drew Tarver) discuss Jacob's best and worst case scenarios out of this experiment, reminisce if Fight Club still holds up, check on Jacob's sanity, and overall just give him a very hard time.
For more Big Grande, check out the Big Grande Teachers' Lounge podcast.
Following the first night of the marathon, Jacob has started to struggle. Joined in this episode by guests Moses Storm (stand-up, Sunnyside) and Caitie Delaney (Rick and Morty, Last Man Standing). A Taylor Swift song prompts Jacob to get emotional about past loves, the movie inspires everyone to reflect on their lives, and Moses discusses his most embarrassing acting credit.
It's 28 hours into the run, and Jacob has been awake for 30 hours. He's seen Fight Club 11 times.
It's 35 hours into the run and Jacob has seen Fight Club 15 times. He is halfway through the marathon.
Joined by Shaun Diston (Wrecked), Kerry O'Neill (The UCB Show), and her dog Frank; together they delve into the exploratory qualities of Jacob's marathon, discuss the incel messages of the movie, and consider what their own Tyler Durdens would be like. Jacobs parents, who have never seen Fight Club, check in.