49 episodes

The City of Roachia.

The last stop for the desperate souls who just couldn't make it anywhere else. And that's just the humans; monsters and demons live here too.

Of course, we're no different. We open our doors to everyone. We have the best deals in town on cheesy goo and vapor too!

Welcome to Emperor Pigs: Pizza & Cigs.

Emperor Pigs Postal Roach

    • Comedy
    • 4.3 • 28 Ratings

The City of Roachia.

The last stop for the desperate souls who just couldn't make it anywhere else. And that's just the humans; monsters and demons live here too.

Of course, we're no different. We open our doors to everyone. We have the best deals in town on cheesy goo and vapor too!

Welcome to Emperor Pigs: Pizza & Cigs.

    Lars Wilson and the Birth of Bigotry, Episode 1: The Canceling

    Lars Wilson and the Birth of Bigotry, Episode 1: The Canceling

    INN Reporter Lars Wilson gets into trouble when screenshots of racist social media posts attached to his name appear online.

    • 5 min
    Emperor Pigs Presents: "Epilogue"

    Emperor Pigs Presents: "Epilogue"

    Despondent about the economic state of the world, young Milli pines for a different time. 


     


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    Written by Vincent Fabbri


     


    Featuring the voice talents of: 


    Vincent Fabbri as Milli


    Persephone Rose as the Narrator, Fernod, and the Citizen of the Future


     


    Music in the intro by Bobby Cole


    Theme by Meghan Rose Scott


    Our Sound Engineer was Persephone Rose


     


    Production Copyright © 2020 by Postal Roach.


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    • 12 min
    4-20-2020

    4-20-2020

    Seeking the dankest weed festival of all time, five unlikely friends travel through time to 4/20/2020; where they discover a post-apocalyptic world ravaged by COVID-19.


     


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    Written by Persephone Rose and Paul Moore


     


    Featuring the voice talents of: 


    Grant Patrizio as the Narrator and Detective


    Vincent King as himself


    Vincent Fabbri as Timothy and Cal


    Jasminnrari and Elric Atchison as the National Guards


    Felicia Elfström Hidén as The Dispatch Officer and Dulcinea


    Carlos Ortega Jr. as Gordon


    Persephone Rose as Fernod and Jack Camereon


    Jei Evans as Gary


    Kristington Jeanne Plotkin as Iblis and the Baltimore Cop


    Ken Marsiglia as Hank


    Kuren K. as the Camel Man


    Paul Cotton as Commander Futile


     


    Original Music arranged and performed by Meghan Rose Scott.


    Emperor Pigs Theme Song by Jordyn Oran.


     


    Our Sound Engineer was Persephone Rose


    Emperor Pigs is a Creation of Persephone Rose


    The Executive Producer for Postal Roach is Persephone Rose


     


    Couriers Cabs, Vanillas, Titan Nationalists, and Extranaturals are Copyrights of Ian Humphrey and Under The Shroud, used here with permission.


     


    Personalized is a Copyright of Vincent King, also used with permission.


     


    Production Copyright © 2020 by Postal Roach.
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    • 30 min
    Emperor Pigs Presents: "Human Beans: Letting Go"

    Emperor Pigs Presents: "Human Beans: Letting Go"

    What would happen if we let Twitter decide the premise for an episode of Emperor Pigs Presents?


     


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    Written by Vincent King


     


    Featuring the voice talents of: 


    Abby Rose as Sarah


    G. Dustin Sanborn as Blake


    Jessie Keeton as Himself


    Persephone Rose as Herself


    Vincent King as Himself 


     


    Theme by Meghan Rose Scott


    "November" by Meghan Rose Scott


    Our Sound Engineer was Jessie Keeton


     


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    • 16 min
    Emperor Pigs Presents: "History Time"

    Emperor Pigs Presents: "History Time"

    Sometimes it's important to just sit back with a cool cup of lemonade and remember our roots.


     


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    Written by Chad Kimmons


     


    Featuring the voice talents of: 


     Grant Patrizio as Beauregard and "Sensei BJ"


    Carlos Ortega Jr. as Abernathy


    Persephone Rose as herself


    Vincent King as himself


    Sheila Morris as Nurse


     


     


    Theme by Meghan Rose Scott


    Anime music by Souichi Sakagami


    Our Sound Engineer was Jessie Keeton


     


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    • 23 min
    Emperor Pigs Presents: "Actual Play: Everyone is John"

    Emperor Pigs Presents: "Actual Play: Everyone is John"

    Is season 2 even happening at this point or did we just give up on the whole thing?


     


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    "Everyone is John" created by Michael B. Sullivan


     


    Featuring the voice talents of: 


    Jessie Keeton


    Vincent King


    Kassandra Cherry


    Nick "Chad" Miller


    Persephone Rose


     


    Music by Meghan Rose Scott


    Our Sound Engineer was Jessie Keeton


     


    Everyone Is John © 2002 by Michael Sullivan, licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License


    Production Copyright © 2020 by Postal Roach.


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    • 1 hr 9 min

Customer Reviews

4.3 out of 5
28 Ratings

28 Ratings

AllTheGoodNicknamesAre Taken ,

Emperor Pig's Keeping the Food Court Dining Experience Real

What's not to like about demons running a stand in a food court? In the tradition of "Welcome Hellmart Shoppers" and "Underground Travel Customs Office" Emperor Pigs is very, very funny. A great addition to the "portal from Hell" genre.

RLKang ,

You want Comedy? Here it is!

Not really sure what this other guy is saying before me????? but as a deep follower of Postal Roach and pretty much everything they put out... Emperor Pigs is a great output of their work.

I love it and can't get enough.

Bring on season 2!

ezgo22 ,

Fernod is a rapist.

ETA 04/07/2020 Received a notification from the creators of this podcast that they were not responsible for my review being deleted from iTunes. In good faith, please consider the first paragraph of my review below rescinded.

I was surprised and disappointed that the creators of this podcast had my previous review deleted. Given the great pride they take in their comedy courting controversy, I thought that they could take it as much as they like to dish it. I also thought my review was honest without being rude, pointing out the problems and how they could be fixed. Anyway, here’s a new updated review, based on having listened up to episode 8. I feel it a duty, with this podcast, to let potential listeners know what they’re in for.
This show has a problem with the character of Fernod. Because he is a rapist. Yes, he's meant to be a jerk who randomly kills his human colleagues. Outlandishly evil, sexist. In other shows, I have found that funny. In episode 3, in response to a question about why the many women he has impregnated do not seek him out for child support, he says that it's because "They just usually don't remember me. I prefer getting them drunk or using a special quiet time pill." i.e. Bill Cosby's modus operandi for drugging and raping women.
Let’s be clear on two things. The Rorschach test here isn’t whether Fernod is a rapist or not. He took away the ability for women to consent using alcohol and roofies, and then he also impregnated them without their consent. He IS a rapist. The Rorschach test here is whether this “comedy” trivializes rape and wants you to sympathize with a serial rapist.
I feared that the story arc of Fernod would not be acknowledging and taking responsibility for his heinous acts, but him wanting to settle down, and try fatherhood. I was right. His lesson was that he chose to settle down with the wrong person. You're supposed to feel sorry for him. And I cannot. Not when Matt Lauer is using the family man playbook to orchestrate his comeback.
Episode 8 kind of doubled down. Fernod shapeshifts and sleeps with one of the characters, who is devastated that she was raped (finally, the victim’s perspective!). But Fernod couches his duplicity in the language of transgender identity. Perhaps it was commentary on his villainous entitlement to appropriating transgender issues, but given how opposition to bathroom access for transgender people uses the bogeyman of sexual assault, the episode comes closer to "Wouldn’t it be funny if a trans person committed sexual assault?" instead of a more helpful message.
W.Kamau Bell, in response to Shane Gillis’ racist jokes, said the “As a comic who also “pushes boundaries”, part of the deal is getting pushback. If you don’t want pushback, then don’t “push boundaries”. I sincerely hope that my feedback isn’t going to be deleted a second time. Bell also added, “the boundaries of “jokes” on native Chinese ppl not speaking English well were already pushed by comics when TVs only came in black & white”. You’re not pushing boundaries by trivializing rape or inviting people to laugh at a woman being traumatized that she couldn’t give informed consent for sex. That’s old hat. That’s already the world we live in. You’re just punching down against victims. You can always choose to write jokes that punch upward against rapists and homophobes. Those are not the jokes in this podcast.

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