Know Your Meme Episodes


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"To Be Fair, You Have to Have a Very High IQ to Understand Rick and Morty"

Drop your Szechuan sauce and get ready for some mindbending science and existential dread! In this special (and yes, overdue) episode of Know Your Meme 101, we take a closer look into the world of Rick and Morty fandom through the "high IQ" copypasta meme.

Published on 03/02/18

Know Your Meme Podcast: June 2017

“Shitposting” is an Internet slang term describing a range of user misbehaviors and rhetoric on forums and message boards that are intended to derail a conversation off-topic, including thread jacking, circlejerking and non-commercial spamming. On 4chan, the byproduct of shitposting is referred to as cancer.

Published on 06/23/17

Foodom (Part II)

In this second half of our two-part special episode on Foodom (short for “food fandom”), we take a look at some of the most notable examples of anthropomorphic shipping featuring America’s favorite fast food and casual dining restaurants.

Published on 06/12/17

Foodom (Part I)

In this first half of our two-part special episode on Foodom (short for “food fandom”), we delve into the oh-so-fascinating consumer subculture that has sprung up around America’s favorite fast food and casual dining restaurants.

Published on 05/31/17

Pepsi United Spicer

In this episode of Know Your Meme 101, we take a look back at the series of increasingly stupid PR failures from last month that snowballed into one epic Frankenscandal meme now known as the "Pepsi United Spicer."

Published on 05/17/17

Who Would Win?

Internet experts Eric and Jon try to answer some of the most difficult hypothetical questions that got a lot of folks on the Internet stuck in the thinking hole since 2010.

Published on 05/10/17

Shooting Stars

In this episode of Know Your Meme 101, internet experts Eric and Jon dive head-first into one of the biggest music video parody memes that swept across YouTube in March 2017.

Published on 05/03/17

Know Your Meme Podcast Episode #1

/r/MemeEconomy is a satirical subreddit in which users discuss memes as though they were stocks, seeking and offering advice on whether to “invest” or “sell” memes.

Published on 05/02/17

Cash Me Ousside

In this episode of Know Your Meme 101, Internet commentators Jon and Eric throw in their two cents on the viral stardom of Danielle Bregoli and her sensational catchphrase "cash me ousside, how bow dah?"

Published on 04/27/17

Rule 34

Rule 34 of the Internet: If it exists, there is porn of it. Here’s a reminder why.

Published on 04/12/17

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