The dudes discuss ants and their amazing qualities, million dollar dinners, flowers, depressing things, lowlifes on Facebook, amazing warranties and more!
The dudes discuss where everyone keeps those items that are barely worth not throwing away, obese drawings, bodybuilders, not being able to sleep and REAL weddings!
The dudes discuss talking to people about beer, how many people you need to complete a police lineup, jail humor, the most amazing gfilf ever, iced-tea fueled dancing and real, serious, hard-hitting ventriloquism.
The dudes continue their hard hitting, insightful, inside the beltway analysis of the Republican Debates, now that no one cares anymore. Then some stuff about CDs. Next week will be a real show, you can’t just quit listening right now, it’s not fair, give us a second chance!
Dudes, who loves short shorts?! We cover most of the unconventional games that can be played with a ball. I don’t know if you knew this, but Frank Gifford passed away a few thousand times last night. We start our review of the Republican debate.
We thought it might be fun to do a Tuesday show. Or we couldn’t do it Monday. I forget. We have 3 movie “reviews”, and talk about how you should always spend your money on the best things, like our Patreon!
This isn’t actually a show. It’s just two people talking for like 45 minutes. Only true fans would actually accept this as a show and download it. So you can decide.
The dudes try their best after a full week of celebrating the 30th episode spectacular, but fall short in every way. But it’s ok, because the whole thing is a write-off.
For our 30th episode the dudes bring on a boat load of special guests! Dom Deluise, Morgan Freeman, Lance Armstrong, Ginger Rogers, Lance Bass, Casey Kasem, Burt Reynolds, the entire case of Cool Runnnings, and more! Sit back and enjoy the 30th episode spectacular!
It’s that make or break episode of every podcast, number 29…so we made it as depressing as possible! The dudes talk about being fish-hooked on the street daily, birthday parties, Kurt Cobain and people conserving energy.