#83 – Till Next Time

Jack Moody is joined by the former co-host of The Neighbors Upstairs, Righty AKA Dan. During this final episode of The Neighbors Upstairs, we discuss what Dan has been up to these past couple of years, the reason why The Neighbors Upstairs was created, the importance of taking care of your mental health, if the brand new Spider-Man movie was any good, our thoughts on Hulu’s “How I Met Your Father,” and our shared hate and massive respect for Tom Brady.

#82 – Disconnected

Jack Moody is joined by Eric The Great, host of the Kauftalk podcast. During this episode, we discuss what Eric’s brand new podcast is going to be about, whether or not people who aren’t coachable can be coached, being friends with annoying and exhausting people, and if it’s a good long-term idea to send nudes to people (nope).

#80 – Selling Out

Jack Moody from The Neighbors Upstairs is joined by Brandon, host of the SpacecloudE podcast. During this episode, we discuss how and why the SpacecloudE podcast got started, the importance of aligning goals to a common mission, whether or not selling out is necessarily a bad thing, if Metallica and Radiohead sold out in the past, the first and last episodes of Grosse Pointe, and Brandon’s ghosting story.

#79 – Make a Wish

Jack Moody is joined by a long-time friend, James Diesel. During this episode, we discuss if moving to Seattle is a smart idea for James, our anticipation for Curb Your Enthusiasm’s 10th season, the strange and perfect balance of Larry David’s personality, reactions to the Facebook, WhatsApp, and Instagram blackout, ex-Facebook employee and now whistleblower’s allegations, and why James and Jack remain strong New York sports fans.

#78 – Norm Macdonald

Jack Moody from The Neighbors Upstairs is joined by Brandon, one of the hosts of the SpacecloudE podcast. During this episode, we discuss the unfortunate passing of comedy legend Norm Macdonald; the impact that Norm Macdonald had on comedy; the past, current, and future state of wrestling and comedy; and if comedy is in good hands with comics like Shane Gillis.

#77 – Red Flags

Jack Moody is back with another solo edition of The Neighbors Upstairs. During this episode, Jack discusses Hurricane Ida’s vicious attack on New York City, an argument to employing the three-day rule in dating, how introspection can help overcome insecurity, and Jack’s sudden interest in CM Punk and AEW.

#76 – Stop The Chase

Jack Moody from The Neighbors Upstairs is joined by Brandon and Elliot, hosts of the SpacecloudE podcast. During this episode, we discuss Kelly Clarkson’s protection of her assets from her ex-husband, PJ Washington getting ordered to pay $200K to his ex-wife, the rise of OnlyFans millionaires, terrible real-life interview stories, and time travel hypotheticals.

#75 – Power Walking Pros

Jack Moody from The Neighbors Upstairs is joined by Crista, host of The Good MILF podcast. During this episode, we discuss the importance of having good hygiene, Jack’s dramatic run-in with a flying cockroach, how the movie The Hunt satirized politics, our really terrible Scream 5 theories, the ridiculousness of the Sexy Beasts dating show, and which sports should be taken out of the Olympics.

#74 – Heat Seeking Missile

Jack Moody is joined by a long-time friend, James Diesel. During this episode, we discuss a report concluding that Governor Andrew Cuomo is guilty of harassment, Kate Winslet’s underrated new show on HBO titled Mare of Easttown, Simone Biles pulling out of several Olympics events because of anxiety, where Marvel’s Disney + shows rank among one another, and the nature of dating and dating apps during the past couple of years.

#73 – Be Right Back

Jack Moody is joined by, Shayna Amster, host of the Girl Interrupter podcast. During this episode, we discuss how seeking validation makes you prone to manipulation, whether or not Shayna is being catfished by a friend she made, what proper breakup etiquette might or might not look like, if Jeff Bezos should be considered an astronaut, why celebrities should stop talking about politics, Alex Cooper getting a 60 million dollar Spotify deal, and what it’s like trying to become a stand-up comedian.