In this episode of The Neighbors Upstairs, Jack Moody is running solo. During this episode, Jack discusses Connor McGregor V Dustin Poirier part 3, what Connor McGregor’s legacy will be post-retirement, Deloitte’s decision to permanently go remote, differences in introverts and extroverts in a remote culture, Jack’s hatred and addiction to Tik Tok, and Big Brother 23’s brand new cast.
Jack Moody is joined by a long-time friend, James Diesel. You may remember James as the neighbor from apartment 3B. During this episode, we discuss the battle James has and is going through with Crohn’s Disease, the first hangover James has collected in over four years, the genius of Larry David and his show “Curb Your Enthusiasm”, the prison release of Bill Cosby and what it means for MeToo, the apparent legalization of prostitution in New York, and Jeff Bezos and his infatuation with building phallic rockets.
Jack Moody is joined by Eric The Great, host of the Another Booty Lickin Track podcast. During this episode, we discuss people’s strange infatuation of terrible historical figures, the public’s willingness to be manipulated by the media, the media portraying Bill Gates as a savior during the pandemic, and our thoughts on the conservatorship Britney Spears is under.
In this episode of The Neighbors Upstairs, Jack Moody is running solo. During this episode, Jack discusses if people should desire the need and want for Aliens to exist, the implications of extraterrestrials being in contact with humans, the “ignorance is bliss” quote from “The Matrix” movie, and a precognitive dream that Jack might have had that came true.
Jack Moody from The Neighbors Upstairs is joined by his good friend, Wash Adams. During this episode, we discuss how to be more genuine with the self, the disingenuous nature of social media, social media’s culture of unconscious competition, diving deep into introspection in order to unplug, what a healthy relationship could look like in 2021, how Cancel Culture has actually sheltered bigotry, the power and need of therapy in Western Culture, the disgust we had for HBO’s Persona documentary why validated personality assessments matter, and Adam Grants’ Personality You assessment.
In this episode of The Neighbors Upstairs, Jack Moody is running solo. During this episode, Jack discusses the importance of taking inventory of toxicity in all types of relationships, the need and desire to never settle in life, the New York Knicks’ failure to being competitive during the playoffs, the rise and dominance of Atlanta Hawks superstar Trae Young, and the Brooklyn Nets’ absolutely crushing performance against the Bucks.
Jack Moody from The Neighbors Upstairs is joined by Crista, host of The Good MILF podcast. During this episode, we discuss Memorial Day and salute all that have served and still serve the USA, our love for horror movies and Crista becoming Jack’s horror guru, if longer living dogs can help increase a human’s lifespan, and Mark Zuckerberg’s desire to buy up the world.
Jack Moody from The Neighbors Upstairs is joined by Josh Thomas, host of The Takedown and The Weekly Forecast podcasts. During this episode, we discuss the do’s and don’t’s of parenting, Josh’s love for training people MMA, CDC’s decision to change the mask policy, SNL setting Elon Musk up for failure, Elon Musk single-handily killing Dogecoin, and being a positive source in the world.
Jack Moody from The Neighbors Upstairs is joined by a comedian based out of New York, Adam Hamada. During this episode, we discuss Adam’s stint on Jerry Springer’s new show, Adam’s experiences in being a young standup comic, how COVID-19 has affected Adam’s standup career, the surprise emergence of the New York Knicks, the details on Bill and Melinda Gates’s divorce, Elon Musk’s influence on Dogecoin and crypto, and Adam Shefter lying about Aaron Rodgers’s future.
The Neighbors Upstairs are joined by Jamie Pityinger, host of Does That Make Me a Dick? podcast. During this episode, we discuss how Jamie came up with the title of her podcast, their thoughts on the UK hosting 3000 people at a rave, and how companies can improve their diversity efforts in hiring.