Your Kids Are in Charge is a game show in which kids take control of the action and pick a family member they think is best suited to compete in each round.
Type: Game Show
Runtime: 45 minutes
Your Kids Are in Charge - Your Mom's House - Netflix
Your Mom's House is a comedy podcast hosted by married comedians Tom Segura and Christina Pazsitzky. The podcast has far ranging conversations, discussing topics such as ongoing events, comedy, to the daily life of the two co-hosts.
Your Kids Are in Charge - Terminology - Netflix
Tom Segura, Christina P, and sometimes fans of the podcast developed their own terminology for describing themselves, and other things. Frequently, the source of these new terms comes from internet videos or drops. Big Words Any racist term.Source Material Brown: Brown is not often used as an adjective in the YMH world, but rather a verb or a noun. Brown is a substituted word for feces. e.g., Did you brown today? (verb) Did you make a brown? (noun) The Podcast has even used the term, “Brown Area,” to refer to one's anus.“Browntalk” segments are preceded by an intro that gives a “viewer/listener discretion is advised” warning. Exception: One wouldn't use the term, “brown,” in regards to a pile or pranks. Tom Segura described a pile of bodily waste that he and his roommates added on to over the summer during third to fourth year of university. Christina P and many viewers have denied the existence of such a pile. The debate went on for several episodes. Champ When someone is the best at something. i.e. Tom is the Water Champ. (Tom drinks the most water) Christina is the Personality Champ. (Christina has the best personality.) Comedy Hero: Scott Hetsko Dad Boner When a middle aged guy is really excited about a particular thing. i.e. Trans Canada Highway, Dolphins jumping out of the ocean Solar Eclipse, and snow plows Double Pipe Classic When gas is released from the anus and the mouth at the same time. The double pipe classic is considered to be very rare. Just Glassin': Waiting around. i.e. Just glassin' out in the meadow." Originally, a hunting term popularized by Fred Eichler. He used this phrase while hunting in a Colorado meadow where he shoot down a moose with his bow. It is not known if Eichler use the moose meat to make Moose soup or if he gave the meat to the Moose Soup Lady. The Moose Soup Lady told him that she caught his kill on video, and that he was doing good. Just looking. i.e “Just glassin' over the menu, real quick” Jeans Interchangeable with “mommy” A qualitative descriptor. When a thing or an action is good, one's jeans are “High and tight.” i.e. Pulling up my jeans high and tight, I made fitness for the first time in 10 months. Conversely, if an action or a thing is bad one's jeans are “low and loose.” i.e. It's low and loose that I haven't been to the dentist in 5 years. Little Jean Tom Segura and Christina P's son. Also known as LJ. Main Mommies Tom Segura and Christina P. Main Mommy Christina P. or someone's significant other. i.e. Charro is Top Dog's Main Mommy. Mommies Your Mom's House fans T. Bunz: Tom Segura Thanks Mommy/I love you, Mommy: A polite way to say good bye. Used primarily in the “Hi Mommy, Thanks Jeans” fan videos
Your Kids Are in Charge - References - Netflix