Josh Adam Meyers stops by to talk about The Montreal Just For Laughs Festival, making out with girls, and getting ripped off by other comics.

2 old friends Radio Rando and Dan Supko stop by to talk about The Full Charge vs. Wendell T-Shirt Fiasco, Vegan Thanksgiving, Hollywood Thanksgivings, and underage drinking back in Virginia.

The boys talk about Steven Tyler, and Twitter disses. Polite is the new rude.  Wendell reviews Thor and rents a whore.

The guys get sexy

Matt is completely unprepared and the podcast suffers.

The Power Hour the way nature intended.

The lost episode.

The boys mix it up.

Adam Richmond stops by.

Ryan Sickler stops by to let ya’ll know.

Eric Edwards stops by.  Everyone fights.  Porn.

Matt and Craig talk about Wendell, work, and inappropriate conversations.

Josh Adam Meyers stops by to talk about Matt’s East Coast Tour. Wendell reviews 3 movies that have been out for centuries.

Eddie Negron, AKA: Storm God stops by to stroll down memory lane.  The boys discuss working office jobs in their twenties, and “White House Down” and the other movie that other movie that’s just like “White House Down.”

Matt stops by Craig’s house to talk about Cazwell, drinking, New York City, The DMV, car trouble, calling your parents, slummin’ it, walking in on people using the bathroom, teenage pregnancy, buying porn before the internet, Big Brother magazine, cheetah print, tough comedy shows, doing comedy at an old folks’ home.  Wendell leaves a movie

Ian Bagg stops by on Matt’s birthday to listen to Wendell’s angry voicemails.  The boys talk about Cheetah Print, Oversunbathing, Justin Beiber, Beyoncé, and Wendell gets fired again.  Wendell reviews 2 Guns.

Matt cracks from the pressure of Wendell before the show even starts.  Wendell performs his stand up material and tells horrible stories that go nowhere.  The boys talk about Craig’s court date, how cute girls think they’re above general order, how much “Mark” gets laid, and Byron Allen TV shows get made fun of.  Matt finally makes

Bryan Erwin comes by to welcome Wendell back from his hiatus.  The boys discuss The Power Hour scheduling procedure, Wendell’s ego, calling the cops on trespassers, crack cocaine, poor drug trades, Catholic Guilt, and Wendell and Craig’s side project podcasts.  The boys do a dry run through of Wendell’s new podcast “Wend-Tells.” Matt moves to

The boys seek refuge in Craig’s apartment to talk about phone conversations with Wendell, buying an iphone, doing comedy for people one on one, youporn, sexual hang ups, entertaining guests in Los Angeles, the decline of sexual intercourse in a relationship, finding out you’ve been dumped via Facebook, visitors bearing handguns, and tedious conversations about

On The Season Premiere of The Full Charge Power Hour, Wendell philosophizes about life in general. Claude Stuart stops by to reminisce about the open mic days. Wendell guest hosts for about 5 seconds, sleeps through the movie he was supposed to review, and pitches a new TV Show about airport employees. The boys talk about blood drives, temp jobs, and Hollywood comedy managers. Wendell bitches about his NEW job. Matt analyses Wendell’s anger management style, and the boys discuss the way criminals dress for court. Wendell reviews the classic movie: “The Hitcher.”

The boys talk about performing comedy for rich teenagers, and bars in Centerville, VA.  Craig tells stories about in-laws, child birth, and Disney related drug abuse.  Wendell talks about going head to head with his neighbors in a music blasting war.  Wendell reviews “Killing Season.”

Who’s House?  Your Mom’s House.  Tom Segura and Christina Pazsitzky stop by to talk about Wendell’s energy drink investment fiasco.  Wendell’s Mom writes in to tell us she was shocked by last week’s episode.  The gang also talks about Andrew “Dice” Clay, Bringer shows, TK, Twitter, masturbating in public, shitting in public, Matt staying at

Radio Rando stops by to harass Wendell and talk about fireworks and cars, and the fact that Wendell doesn’t know whether his father went to Vietnam or not.  Think about that for a second.

While The Full Charge is away, The Power Hour will play.  Matt Fulchiron sits poolside in Las Vegas, nowhere near a microphone as Mike Black and Bryan Erwin stop by Downtown LA to talk about fighting crime, rage charged chimps, and “Man of Steel” with guest host Craig Coleman.  Shut up.  You love it.  This

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