We had some scheduling conflicts, so no podcast this week. But fear not, we'll be back on schedule next week.
We're joined again today by the great Larry XL (@LarryXL). We start this episode with some talk on what it takes to do comedy in Canada. Then, we check out the now famous video of a pundit being interrupted on live TV by his kid, his other kid, and then his wife. That takes us into a discussion on why people try to justify beating their kids. And we close out talking about horrible food and horrible eating habits. Today's outro music is provided by The Passion HiFi.
This week marks the long awaited return of the great Larry XL (@LarryXL) to the podcast. We start this episode talking about music, pop culture, and the nature of joke theft. Then, we give a brief recap of our road trip to see Chris Rock last weekend. Next, we get a sneak preview of Andy's upcoming CD, and hear some of Larry's music. And we close out with an update on last week's Jamie Kilstein story.
And we're back today with Haywood Turnipseed, Jr. (@woodyseed) sitting in. We start this one with some analysis of a former NBA player's comments on how he would handle a gay player in the locker room. Then, we turn our attention to a male feminist comedian who had a public fall from grace last week. And we close out with the video of a comedian who was attacked on stage by a Trump supporter.
This week, it's the return of SP1, Haywood Turnipseed, Jr. (@woodyseed) to the show. We start this episode talking about sweet potato pie and a fast food secret menu item. Then, we catch up on some listener emails. After that, we talk about some of the crazy conspiracy theories Trump has been tweeting about lately. And we close out discussing Jeff Sessions links to Russia, and our favorite ice-cream flavors.
We're back today with Petey Steele (@SteelebornDC) and Franqi French (@FranqiFrench) sitting in. We start this episode with some new thoughts on that Milo guy, bullying, and how to properly hold people accountable. Then, we discuss why people really have problems with transgender people using the bathrooms of their choice. And we close out with some discussion on the Grammy's problem with giving top awards to black artists, and whether Beyonce is worth all the hype. Today's outro song is provided by The Passion HiFi.
This week, we're joined by two of our favorite guests, Franqi French (@FranqiFrench) and Petey Steele (@SteelebornDC). We start this one off with a Franqi Tale from her days running around Holloywood with every famous person you've ever heard of. Then, we check out a listener email and briefly discuss Andy's reaction to I Am Not Your Negro. And we close out with the story of Jameis Winston's message to the kids, and an update on the Kim Jong Nam killing from last week.
Once again, we're joined today by the great Chris Milner (@EnglishmanChris, @SpecificIgnorance). We start this one off with some doscussion of Kyrie Irving's belief that the earth is flat, and we dig up some more information explaining what flat-earthers think is going on. Then, we discuss last week's appearance from Milo Yiannapolous on Bill Maher's show (note, we recorded before the pedophilia controversy). And we close out with the story of a prank show that ended in murder.
This week, we're joined by one of our most popular guests, Chris Milner (@EnglishmanChris, @SpecificIgnorance). We start this one hearing all about Chris' harrowing story of going to the hospital, losing his appendix, and getting an infection. Then, we get into some political talk and disucss the sense of betrayal felt by minorities in this country. And we close out with the video of a Trump surrogate getting a little too touchy-feely with a New York Times columnist.
We're back today with the great Dominic Rivera sitting in. We start this episode with some thoughts on the whole Charles Oakley vs James Dolan debacle. Then, we turn our attention to trying to make sense of the latest Trump news, at least at the time of this recording. And we close out with the video of a congressman who bent over backwards trying to deflect the idea of far right white terrorism.
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