Let your ears get comfy in Man Bites God's Podcast Parlour and be prepared for a delightful chat, some readings, songs and poems. Every episode is a funny, rambling collection of musings on a different theme. Collect them all. Trade them with your friends. Put them in the spokes of your bike. Or don't do that. Whatever.
The boys celebrate 50 episodes and 5 years as sexy podcast sensations. Mark writes a birthday poem, James tells a birthday story and Chris says random words in some kind of order.
In this moist episode, James sends a ferret on a blind date, Chris runs a Water Park, and Mark's rainy day advice will leave you cold. And damp. And unsatisfied.
In this automotive episode, Chris goes driverless, Mark goes helmet-less and James goes to the toilet.
In this professional episode, Chris is secretly fired, Mark bobs a job and James takes his bowel movements public.
In this torrid final episode of Season Six, Chris sticks a foreign object inside himself (twice), Mark uncovers a steamy weather conspiracy and James vomits on a rare animal. Also, a robot addresses climate change.
In this joyful episode, James and Mark sing their odes to joy while Chris fails geography.
In this duplicitous episode, James lies his way into spirituality, Chris lays down the law in court and Mark just has a lie down.
In this adorable episode, James is a fluffy foofy, Chris is a swchweetie schnookums and Mark is a big huggy wuggy wug wug. This podcast also contains an animal with poisonous elbows.
In this disgraceful episode, Chris slides down the shame spiral, Mark conjures the shaman and James breaks his penis. Too adult for children, too childish for adults. This is why we are only marginally successful.
In this fidgety episode, Mark tells Chris how to dance towards a time machine, Chris tries to chat up a robot and James tries to turn poo into a board game. A man's nipple rings are played with.
In this spooky episode, Mark goes trick or treating, James sings a song about his own bottom and Chris goes through "werewolf puberty". Also, a clown gets punched.
In this twinkly episode, performed live during the 2016 Melbourne Comedy Festival, Chris invites a robot to predict the future, Mark tries to get everyone in the audience a job and James meets a bushranger mouse. Ninjas are mentioned in passing.
In this shamelessly promotional episode, Mark reaches into James' bag of mystery and Chris eats a Granny Smith apple. Also, the enigmas of gambling, mixed-race children and donuts are finally solved, once and for all.
In this seedy episode, the boys learn that some hangover cures are best left on the Apothicarian's shelf. Chris drinks from a hose and is insulted by a robot. Again.
In this diabolical episode, James meets the Snake Man, Mark spins the Wheel of Hell and Chris comes face to face with the Giant Baby! Will they survive? Of course they will. It happened a while ago and then they put it out as a podcast so they're probably fine.
In this far out episode, James fails to offend the Welsh, Mark performs an entire musical based on train timetables and Chris appears on a robot's podcast. No one talks about falling over.
In this competitive episode, Mark helps you to meet women, James falls victim to a sting and everyone gives Chris $5 to shutup. Games are also mentioned from time to time.
In this revolting episode, stomachs are turned and no bodily eructation is left undiscussed. Or un-disgust. Is that even a word? Who cares. No one reads these fucking things. Don’t listen to this if you don’t like men talking about poo.
In this cinematic episode, Mark stars in a new movie about Mark, Chris trolls the internet and James sobs uncontrollably. A joke about Ridley Scott is told.
In this primary episode of the new series, all three boys think they’ve been in fights, but only one of them has actually been in a fight. Can you guess which one? We think you’ll be pleasantly surprised. Belinda Carlisle is also discussed.
In their first ever live podcast, the boys abracadabra up some serious magic. And get heckled.
James is a pirate, Chris does a play with a robot and Mark sets his face on fire. What more could you possibly want?
The end of the year is NYE! Attend the worst New Year's Eve party ever, with your sad hosts, Mark, Chris and James. Listen along while thanking God you don't actually have to be in a room with them. Includes special 2015 countdown. Meh.
In this tricky episode, Mark plays the horse, Chris shines the monkey and James skies the lark in a menagerie of hijinks.
In this noble episode, James is looking for a hero, Mark is a hero and Chris impersonates Superman.
In this painful episode, James is hurt physically, Chris is hurt emotionally and Mark performs a play that could destroy them all.
In this monetized episode, James is in debt, Mark spends cockney currency and Chris tries taking money from a robot.
In this criminal episode, James is robbed of justice, Mark is robbed of his dignity and Chris is robbed of his Paula Abdul CD's.
In this trendy episode, Chris wears a puffy print sweater, Mark walks with a cane and James buys a whole, cooked chicken.
It's the season without reason and there just ain't no pleasin' James, Chris and Mark. The miserable jerks.
In this sappy episode, Chris, Mark and James are pathetic, unrequited and spurned until you just want to slap them.
In this thrilling episode, Chris invents the future, Mark goes native and James falls in urine.
In this episode Mark is the winner, Chris is the best on ground and James is the bottom of the ninth. Oh. And there's strippers.
In this secret episode Mark, Chris and James find out that some secrets are best left unsecreted...
In this episode Mark, James and Chris laugh in the face of death. And ruin someone's funeral.
In this blue episode, Mark uses the F word, James uses the C word and Chris reaches for the soap.
In this very special episode Mark, Chris and James pay homage to the true Master of Ceremonies and go on a quest to locate the internet.
In this divine end to season two, James makes plans for the afterlife, Mark makes peace with his year 7 RE teacher and Chris makes apricot chicken.
Do you dare try to sleep after this ghoulish episode? There's talk of Board Games, Stevie Nicks and apparently James has an album for sale.
An episode of gastronomical proportions as James chows down on insects, Mark indulges at convenience stores and Chris stews in his own juices. With a robot.
Vengeance comes in at all temperatures as Chris scours the internet, James answers his critics and Mark buys coffee that's not up to the usual standard.
In this beastly episode, James rides the pony, Mark sleeps with the fishes and Chris fowls everything up.
James dresses sharp for the year nine social, Mark recalls his finest sporting moments and Chris is the oldest cabin boy on the seas.
Man Bites God attempt to tolerate the holiday season with handy tips, gift ideas, songs and good old fashioned humbug.
In the intoxicating final episode of season one, Mark attempts to piece together mysteries from the night before, James chats up girls from great heights and Chris takes us on a walk of shame through a tiny town in Yorkshire.
In this week’s sexy episode Mark talks about sex! Then James talks about sex! Then Mark and James tell Chris what sex is.
This episode features a cautionary tale from James on the weirdness of drugs, Mark discovers another country where he doesn't quite fit in and Chris mounts his own 'invasion' and attempts to take over Mark's segment.
All things festive and some things festering in this episode. Everyone shares their tales, good and bad, of festivals (mostly bad) and the boys unveil a track that's as catchy as syphilis.
In this episode, James takes us through the burden of his hair and how he survived childhood, Chris spots some holes in Mark's scientific understandings and Mark floats the possibility of a brand new, and very irresponsible new cooking segment.
In this inaugural episode we learn why Mark always arrives at his destination slightly damp, how James responds to a mid-air emergency and about some of Chris' terrifyingly weird theories.