|2013 Tour, San Francisco|
|Episode from the road|
|Release date||Septemer 29, 2013|
|Hosted by||Scott Aukerman|
|Guests|| Doug Benson|
Paul F. Tompkins
|2013 Tour, Los Angeles||2013 Tour, Portland|
Scott talks about how his hotel (the Majestic) does not have air conditioning, but they don't tell the guests, and he reads a Yelp review of another guest who had stayed there previously.
Doug Benson tells the story of he, Scott, and Paul trying to get a ride via Uber and almost getting picked up by a guy driving just a plain, regular car. Scott and Doug discuss the first movies they remember seeing, and they try to list as many Best Picture winners as they can, along with the worst Best Picture winners.
Werner Herzog regales them with a dramatic reading of his own Yelp reviewof the Majestic hotel. He and Don DiMello were planning on collaborating on a production called "Herbie: Portrait of a Serial Killer," but an idling Volkswagen Beetle killed the entire cast and crew during rehearsals. They discuss Werner's dislike of texting while driving and reveal that the guy in Grizzly Man was distracted by texting Werner.
Werner is in San Francisco working on many projects, including the new season of American Horror Story, which will be the cast of Breaking Bad turning into the cast of Full House. Werner asks Scott to tell the story of his Popeye impression, which he used to call into a radio hotline and perform when he was 12. Werner is also directing the new series of Slim Jim commercials about Sasquatch. He will also be taking a trip with Garry Marshall to catch some mythological creatures, including the Phillie Phanatic.
Scott and Werner decide they want to switch bodies with each other, so they try to shout the exact same thing at each other at the same time (counting down "5-4-3-Nose-1"), but it fails and Werner's consciousness spreads to Scott, which then spreads to Doug. Werner has Doug and Scott scream at each other to make things right again, but they end up switching with each other before switching back again.
Would you rather only be able to achieve orgasm while infiltrating nuns' prayer groups in habit OR only see Carrot Top movies ever? Werner Herzog is declared the winner.