Episode 653 - Not Racist But…

• May 22nd, 2017

We only had time to record one episode this week because of time constraints, but it's a great one. We have JL Cauvin (@JLCauvin) sitting in. We start this episode talking about the recent death of Chris Cornell. Then, we talk some politics and how to respond when facing racism. After that, we discuss whether Lebron James can now be considered the greatest basketball player of all time. And we close out with some talk on religion and atheism, and of course some comedy talk.

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Episode 652 - Ambush

• May 18th, 2017

We're back again today with the great Petey Steele sitting in. We start this episode with some conspracy theory talk and a couple stories about car accidents. Then, we break down the Steve Harvey memo to his staff that went viral. After that, we talk about Trump supporteres. And we close out with a cop who found out he was 18% black and then found out his coworkers were 100% racist.

Catch Randolph opening for Rick Younger at the Drafthouse Comedy Theater in DC this Friday and Saturday: http://drafthousecomedy.com/event.cfm?id=485133&cart

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Episode 651 - Hence The Insomnia

• May 15th, 2017

Hey, do like audio glitches? Well, we've got an episode for you. This week, we're joined by SP2 himself, Petey Steele. We start this episode with a recap of Petey's recent trip to Denver, and get into some listener emails about Richard Spencer on CNN. Somewhere in there, we had an audio glitch with our mixer and had to go with backup audio from our laptop mic, so sorry about that. But after emails and a review of the latest episode of American Gods, we have a great glitch-free talk with the great JL Cauvin. We talk with JL about James Comey, Trump, and comedy.

Catch Randolph opening for Rick Younger at the Drafthouse Comedy Theater in DC this Friday and Saturday: http://drafthousecomedy.com/event.cfm?id=485133&cart

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Episode 650 - Used To It

• May 4th, 2017

And we're back again today with the great Rick Younger (@RickYounger). In this episode, we discuss an anti gay marriage protester who did a little crying for god. Then, we spend a few minutes talking about that Sheriff David Clarke guy who thinks he's so tough. Next, we talk about the removal of some confederate monuments in Louisiana. And we close out with a guy who had a problem with a black hockey player dancing during warmups.

Catch Randolph opening for Rick at the Drafthouse Comedy Theater in DC on May 19th and 20th: http://drafthousecomedy.com/event.cfm?id=485133&cart

 

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Episode 649 - Behind The Ears

• May 1st, 2017

This week, we're joined by one of our favorite guests, the great Rick Younger. In this episode, we talk to Rick about his appearance on the series finale of Girls. Then, Randolph gives a review of the movie Sleight. Next, we transition to black football coaches and the lack of opportunities afforded to them. And we close out with some discussion on joke thievery, and a few listener emails.

Catch Randolph opening for Rick at the Drafthouse Comedy Theater in DC on May 19th and 20th: http://drafthousecomedy.com/event.cfm?id=485133&cart

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Episode 648 - Make Yourself Small

• April 27th, 2017

We're back again today with Dominic Rivera sitting in. In this episode, we talk about Bill O'Reilly's departure from Fox News, then transition to talkkng about a couple other men who were problematic with women. Next, we get into what music kids are listening to these days. After that, we discuss Ted Nugent, Sarah Palin, and Kid Rock's behavior during their White House visit. And we close out with some thoughts on Alex Jones and a recent fight between a passenger and a flight attendant on American Airlines.

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Episode 647 - So Awkward

• April 24th, 2017

This week, we're joined by the hilarious Dominic Rivera. We start this one talking about the greatness that is Cajun Sparkle. Then, we move on to some comedy talk and how The Root threw shade at George Lopez last week. After that, we discuss the recent suicide of Aaron Hernandez and the new revelations about how his sexuality may have played a role. And we close out talking about the Patriots visit to the White House and what reasons some players may have had for going.

Andy's CD "Vintage" is available for preorder now, and will be on sale everywhere you get digital albums on 4/25.

iTunes - https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/vintage/id1225018707

Amazon - https://www.amazon.com/dp/B06Y54BQT7

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Episode 646 - Making People Uncomfortable

• April 20th, 2017

We're back again today with the great Sampson McCormick (@OfficialSampson). We start this one off talking about a bizarre lesbian robot that goes grocery shopping. Then, we get the story of the time Sampson had an awkward interaction with Jimmy Walker after he was booked to open for him. And we close out with some thoughts on the Dez Bryant vs. Shannon Sharpe debate and how it relates to respectability politics.

Andy's album is available for preorder on iTunes and Amazon. Links:

iTunes - https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/vintage/id1225018707

Amazon - https://www.amazon.com/dp/B06Y54BQT7/ref

 

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Episode 645 - Broader Spectrum

• April 17th, 2017

This week, we're joined by the great Sampson McCormick (@OfficialSampson). We start this episode getting to know Sampson's backstory and how he ended up living in the bay area. Then, we talk about activism which leads us into Sampson's thoughts on trans issues. That takes us into a discussion on trigger warnings and things you shouldn't say on stage. And we close out talking about the spectrum of sexuality.

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Episode 644 - What About The Kids?

• April 13th, 2017

We're back again today with the great Petey Steele sitting in. We start this one talking about LaVar Ball blaming his son's white teammates for UCLA's tournament loss. Then, we discuss the differences in coverage if a black athlete decided to party the way Rob Gronkowski does. That takes us on a detour into the details of the infamous Vikins party boat scandal. And we close out with some thoughts on the recent Kendall Jenner Pepsi commercial.

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