On tonight's Crime Report Pat and Mandy cover rapping cops, stalking ex-cons, a few people getting shot, and a murdering pastor.
On tonight's Crime Report, Pat does a solo show with some help from the callers. They cover the helicopter crash in NYC, Cynthia Nixon running for Governor, and a ton of videos.
Tonight on NYCCR, Pat sits down with Joe Lozito and they cover public pissing, an avocado throwing man, and more, plus a call from Alex Jones.
TACS is back with Anthony talking about the Super Bowl and the Antifa people fearing free speech, Gavin McInnes takes a seat to chat about his dapper shirt, having too much hubris, Bill de Blasio, attempting to get into the NYU talk, Marc Wais, and the mindset of Antifa. The... More
On tonight’s NYCCR Pat is joined by Petey DeAbreu and J.R. Havlan learning a NYPD captain’s thoughts on date rape, Sebastian Maniscalco chimes in on rape, the guys further discuss types of rapes, stay rapey with a Jezebel article regarding rape and a clip from “mattress girl,” and Matt Fulchiron... More
Today’s episode begins giving props to Amy Schumer, Jackie Martling, Larry Izzo, and Asian Gavin McInnes join Pat to chat about Jackie’s career, Larry’s pest control background, and Gavin does what Gavin does best. They then discuss a story about an iPhone robbery, shooting up a Bentley, a dead wife... More
TACS begins today with a recap of yesterday’s guests, Ant talks about train riding, his knuckles (the fuck?), Lamar Odom, throbbing hard-ons, and last night’s democratic debate. We watch an anti-Hillary “Benghazi video,” read the latest on Daniel Craig, learn about Quentin Tarantino’s racism, Spike Lee being an asshole as... More
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Monday’s big show kicks off by learning that Ant will be pressing charges on his ex for stealing his credit card, we see part of a press conference regarding the NYPD shooting that happened over the weekend, and KtC and Ant express their feelings on what led up to it... More