Internet Outrage Machine Retired

Internet Outrage Machine

A comedic panel game show that debates the top stories the internet is pissed off about each week.

Hosted by Jordan Cooper and Kyle Roderick.



#18: #BabyGotCat

April 22, 2015 at 2:30PM • 57 minutes

On this week's show, Jason DeFillippo and Victor Agreda Jr. join us to judge & score the outrage at Gwyneth Paltrow's SNAP challenge, ESPN's Britt McHenry berating of a towing company, Michael Buble's "nice butt" photo on Instagram, Hillary Clinton's campaign logo, a Texas veterinarian arrowing a cat, Netflix's lack of audio descriptions for the visually impaired, Woolworth's ANZAC tribute, and play a game of "Worse Than Hitler".


#17: The Moonves Rule

April 2, 2015 at 1:30PM • 1 hour 8 minutes

On this week's show, Alex Knight and J-L Cauvin join us to judge & score the outrage at Indiana's 'Religious Freedom' bill, Deadline's article about ethnic TV casting, Jeremy Clarkson booted from Top Gear, Sarah Silverman's rape prevention tips, menstruation photos deleted on Instagram, Zayn Malik leaving One Direction, and play a game of "Worse Than Hitler".


#16: #SweatTogether

March 25, 2015 at 12:45PM • 1 hour 3 minutes

On this week's show, Brian S. Hall and Vic Hudson join us to judge & score the outrage at Starbucks 'Race Together' campaign, a Batgirl comic book cover, Eva Mendes' sweatpants joke, Sephora's 'Underage Red' lipstick, the New Hampshire State House's killing a fourth-graders bill, T.J. Maxx's noose t-shirt, St. Patrick's Day and play a game of "Feed The Trolls".


#15: SEO For The KKK

March 18, 2015 at 3:00PM • 1 hour 8 minutes

On this week's show, Kelly Guimont and Dave Caolo join us to judge & score the outrage at the 'Blurred Lines' verdict, an Oklahoma SAE frat's racist chant, Facebook's "feeling fat" emoji, the NYPD editing Wikipedia entries, TGI Friday's cat-calling video parody ad, Mattel's "smart" Barbie doll, a topless nun billboard in Italy, and play a game of "Worse Than Hitler".


#14: SMTP, Yeah You Know Me

March 11, 2015 at 4:00PM • 55 minutes

On this week's show, Shawn King and Scott McNulty join us to judge & score the outrage at Hillary Clinton's e-mail usage, Netanyahu's address in the U.S. Congress, Dr. Ben Carson's comments on homosexuality, Comcast not supporting HBO Go on the PS4, McDonald's not paying bands at SXSW, Reddit's new pornography policy, an 11-year old's Christian Grey costume, and play a game of "Worse Than Hitler".


#13: Silence Of The Llamas

March 4, 2015 at 11:45AM • 57 minutes

On this week's show, Victor Agreda Jr. and Virginia Roberts join us to judge & score the outrage at 'The Dress', a lawmaker who doesn't understand female anatomy, SNL's parody ISIS commercial, Keith Olbermann trolling PSU students, William Shatner missing Leonard Nimoy's funeral, Apple's new emojis, and play a game of "Onionworthy".


#12: Superfish Jimmy Snuka

February 25, 2015 at 9:15AM • 1 hour 5 minutes

On this week's show, Jason DeFillippo and Alex Knight join us to judge & score the outrage at the Oscars, Lenovo's preloaded adware on laptops, Jessica Williams declining the Daily Show host chair, Rudy Giuliani claiming the president doesn't love America, strip-searching students, offensive Black History Month menus, and play a game of "Worse Than Hitler".


#11: Captain Slappypants

February 19, 2015 at 7:45AM • 1 hour 9 minutes

On this week's show, Kelly Guimont and Brian S. Hall join us to judge & score the outrage at Jeb Bush releasing e-mails with residents' private information, a New York Times piece on public shaming, Facebook suspending Native American accounts, South Carolina's harsh penalties for using social networks in prison, Uma Thurman's new look, President Obama's selfie stick video, and play a game of "Onionworthy".


#10: 1+1=1984

February 11, 2015 at 6:45AM • 1 hour 3 minutes

On this week's show, Alex Knight and Matt McInerney join us to judge & score the outrage at Brian Williams "misremembering" an Iraq war story, anti-vaccine politicians, the Fifty Shades Of Grey movie, Disney's 'Frozen' stifling men, Lance Armstrong's hit-and-run accident, Newsweek's latest cover, Gawker trolling Coca-Cola's #MakeItHappy campaign, and play a game of "Worse Than Hitler".


#9: Fansplaining

February 3, 2015 at 1:15PM • 1 hour 6 minutes

On this week's show, Virginia Roberts and Shawn King join us to judge & score the outrage at Ghostbusters all-female cast, Jonathan Chait's essay on political correctness, Google strong-arming musicians on YouTube, GoDaddy's pulled Super Bowl ad, Nutella as a first name, the new show 'Sex Box' on We TV, and play a game of "Feed The Trolls".