Matt and Mattingly's Ice Cream Social Wikia

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Original Air date: November 15th, 2021

Caption: Jacob and SJ see The Rolling Stones in Concert. Matt and Paul lock horns on Metallica vs. Billy Joel. Scoop mail and Jock Vs. Nerd Trivia battle. Note: This episode was recorded a week ago and this week, Paul was at a funeral and Matt was noodling minds in Maryland.

Running time: 1:03

Recording location: The Churn version 7 and Paul's Playhouse


Matt indicates that this is a banked episode and warns that it will be a brief episode. Jacob plays an early ending theme after this warning.

The hosts talk about the use of giant venues in Las Vegas. Paul thought that Billy Joel would open for Metallica. The hosts debate which of those artists would be the opener and which would be the feature. The hosts talk about Billy Joel's residency in Madison Square Garden and various Vegas residencies.

Jacob talks about going to the Stones concert and seeing people that left early because they were too drunk. Jacob mentions the opening band Måneskin. The hosts fantasize about which drummer they could get including Def Leppard so that they could play Pour Some Brown Sugar on Me.

Paul talks about walking out of an Everclear concert. Paul and Matt sing multiple stones lyrics to the tune of Paint it Black.

Matt gets out the stats to compare Billy Joel and Metallica for which band is bigger.


  • Vandal Scoop sends in some suggestions about which minor league baseball hats they should get.
  • The One True Poopy Poop sends in a story about a person that got a COVID vaccine each time they believed they were exposed.

Jock vs. Nerd[]

The hunt for balls theme is played. The One True Poopy Poop sends in a Scoopardy.

Characters and Bits[]

  • A statue-juggling singer.
  • Rolling Stones have almost as many hits as Metallica (Episode title reference).
  • Dingo Jar singing about the Squid's Arboretum in the Sky
  • Matt would rather listen to an old episode of the WhoScoops podcast than listen to a Robert De Niro interview.
  • The lesson of Great White (not from them) about pyrotechnics.