the talk about our upcoming events ,ry’s only specific gay aura ,and read your emails!!
The title of this episode should give you some insight (with a substitute word so iTunes doesn't get pissed). We also talk about the music video for Yatta, which Etchie hadn't previously seen.
This week we talk about events we’ll be at this month and joke around for a few and then Rocky gets his panties in a twist and flips out on a listener.
We have Peter from Scotch and ‘’good’’ conversation in to make fun of our forever drunken host and read your emails.
We talk about the the PFT media event, find out that Etchie has no fight or flight response what so ever, Rocky claims to have seen a successful cinnamon challenge at a local taco joint,and we talk about the dumbest thing we've ever done.
We read your emails, give some top notch relationship advice ,and talk about crappy jobs!
We read your emails and questions from the facebook group page, talk about The Simpsons, and explain how Ry ended up getting on the show after Bill died.
We congratulate our podcast brothers for making it on the local radio station and give our friend randy a chance to speak out on his abusers.
We have Simon on from Simon Time Trivia! We talk about his wrestling and trivia career!
Rocky and and Ry tell playfully homoerotic stories about thier childhood and then try to solve the world's problems.
Rocky and Etchie interview stand up comedian Mike Charette!
Rocky and Etchie bond over the fact that they both experienced a scared straight program called Operation Right Track in Sanford.
We interview legendary BMX rider Chat Degroot! He hasn't stopped the hustle since he started, so check out what he's currently working!
We sit back down with Big Tim Murphy because we can't get enough! More comedy questions and assorted musings.
We talk to Big Tim Murphy about just about everything, including videos he's been in, his stand up comedy career, and we offer up classic comic questions about what it's like to bomb. Everyone discusses how Bill's funeral, and the party after the funeral, went.