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Drunken Peasants
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Ben & TJ


January 5, 2014


Bellevue, Washington

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Drunken Peasants


Drunken Peasants






The Drunken Peasants Podcast


Drunken Peasants

The Drunken Peasants Podcast is satirical in nature, and while we do occasionally delve into serious issues and discussions, our primarily purpose is to entertain and amuse. In other words...don't take this SHIT too seriously.

— The disclaimer read aloud by TJ at the start of every episode.

Coming to you live, from the frigid armpit of America. This is The Drunken Peasants Podcast with Ben and TJ, bringing you opinions of the news from an altered perspective!

See full intro here.
For a full timeline of of the podcast, scroll over for the good parts here.

The Drunken Peasants (also known simply as ԀP) is a podcast focused on news, entertainment & politics airing from Bellevue, Washington. The hosts are Ben, TJ Kirk, Scotty Kirk, and Paul. The peasants like to pick apart current events in a fun and entertaining way, as well as bring on various guests, respond to other videos online, mock general stupidity going on in politics and popular culture, interact with their dedicated community, and set out to ԀP the internet from an altered perspective. The show has lasted for over three years, but has already collected a large following and countless inside jokes.

The peasants have had arguments with many people, including: a Christian walrus and his posse, a black guy with a corduroy fetish, a crying little bitch who "exposes evil", a deplorable piece of shit with a math degree, an attention horse, a gobsmacking overcooked Hitler, a faithful Christian who sucks of guys behind the porn store, a fear-mongering preacher cashing in on stupidity, a doc-dropping kangaroo, a race card-throwing garage enthusiast, and a pro-slavery black person who denies the existence of starving children.

The YouTube channel managed to hit 140,000 subscribers and 40,000,000 views by 2017. ԀP is so popular that there is even a wiki based on it.


Main article: Segments

Drunken Peasants is divided into many segments. As the show has gone on, the segments have contributed more and more to the show's structure. Originally the show only involved two segments at most per episode, though the show has evolved over time to a more segment-based format, as a result segments are important to understand how the show works. Segments rotate in and out throughout the history of the show. The intros are always made by the talented motherfuckers in ԀP's fanbase.


Main article: Mems

Mem is a collective term for inside jokes and slang words relating to Drunken Peasants. The podcast has been around for a few years, though a large collection of different mems have already been made throughout it's history and are fully embraced by the community. To truly enjoy the juicy, stoner humor of the podcast, understanding the show's inside jokes is key to an ideal DP experience. Many mems have come and gone, with some occasionally making a return. By far the most iconic and well known mem within the community is Smoke Pan Everyday. The most popular of mems are immortalized onto the peasants' merchandise.


Main articles: Episode Guide & Timeline

The show was first aired on January 3rd, 2014 and has been going strong for nearly three years, having surpassed over three hundred episodes as of December 2016. As a result, the show has a long history of videos that have be comprised into a comprehensible episode guide by the wiki, updated with the fine details of each podcast and a link to each individual episode page. Highlights or major events in the show's history are all recorded onto the wiki's timeline for all to see throughout the remainder of human history. Any unorthodox episodes of the podcast are categorized under specials.


Main article: Fan Community

The Drunken Peasants, being a popular YouTube podcast with a dedicated fanbase, has a number of notable sub-communities run by fans of the show and sometimes co-operated by the peasants themselves. All of the communities listed here are officially recognized by the peasants or were at some point in the past. The peasants will occasionally bring up members of these communities during the podcast, being that they like to utilize fan-made material on their podcast where it fits appropriately. They are mysteriously all led by Drunken Fancy, who brought each of the official communities together under Drunken Peasants United.

  • Discord — A chat formed as a result of the YouTube chat being limited to during the show and the IRC Chat being run by assholes. There's also individual text and voice channels for gaming, mems, watching the show live, and more. This server is officially partnered with Discord and is also endorsed by the peasants, being listed in the description of each show since episode 326. The peasants also have a Patreon perk for smoke sessions with the fans in the Discord.
  • Wiki — A fan-developed pancyclopedia for all things relating to Drunken Peasants. The editors of the wiki have tirelessly worked from within our slave pens to deliver the information you need from an altered perspective. The wiki has been around for only about two years, though it has already compiled a large amount of trivia and inside jokes with a dedicated staff.
  • Fan Club — A Facebook-based community for fans of the show to gather. Fans often use the group to discusses episodes of the show and share various inside jokes or related mems. It was eventually made official, with Ben, TJ, Scotty, and Paul now being active admins of the group. The group is closed and posts are on admin-approval, meaning membership must be requested in order to join.
  • Subreddit — A community on Reddit for fans that not only watch the show, but often like to engage in further analysis of the podcast among peers. The lead moderator is Drunken Fancy, though Ben & TJ also have moderator status and comment from time to time. A notable amount of figures in the community have also made posts here. The subreddit is one the largest community hubs to share videos, art, and discussions of the show.
  • Steam — A group of fans based on Steam closely related to the Discord server, both of which are used together to host gaming events.
  • YouTube — This chat is a total hellhole widely recognized by the peasants as the degenerate backwash of their fanbase. The chat is often spammed by the fans for hours on end while the peasants do their show in hopes that precious Benpai or Cheejay will finally notice their shitposting, though their dreams are rarely fulfilled as the peasants only acknowledge the bullshit in the chat these days when it reaches it's peak.


The Drunken Peasants have become entangled in numerous long-standing online feuds with other YouTubers who have taken massive umbrage with ԀP's ethics and viewpoints, which is probably why TJ has issued a disclaimer at the start of every video to remind people that ԀP's primary intent is to abuse amuse. The ԀP fandom have taken these feuds and playfully fashioned them into sagas, comparable to the ones featured on Dragon Ball Z or in WWE Wrestling.

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  • The pre-cursor to the show was known as the No Bullshit Podcast.
  • The main theme was composed by Canadian metal artist, Berserkyd. With clips inserted from the podcast's history.
  • The peasants sell a wide array of merchandise. Their Teespring can be found here.
  • The only way to send videos to ԀP is through a private message on the ԀP Facebook page. TJ explains this at the start of every episode dating back to 110.
  • There is an IMDB page on the Drunken Peasants. The storyline section contains the summary of the show found on the wiki's frontpage in a previous revision.[1]
  • There is a TVTropes page for Drunken Peasants.[2]
  • The original logo was actually created by TJ.[3]
  • Episode 295 is the longest episode of the show,[4] this usurps the previous longest episode (Episode 28) by over two hours.[5]
  • Scotty Cena once filled in the role of Scotty while his counterpart was in Canada. Scotty Cena was mysteriously assassinated around a year after his introduction, he was eventually revived, before being slaughtered again live on camera by Scotty during February of 2017's private show.[6][7]



  1. http://www.imdb.com/title/tt4823212/
  2. http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Podcast/DrunkenPeasants
  3. https://www.rabb.it/MagicApex
  4. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uQhB7aXmI1A
  5. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pya12bsPyeA
  6. https://archive.is/gK0A2
  7. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U3ssnEK53jI