With Ted & Becca away, Nick & Micaela Pettigrew join the show this week. We talk about the upcoming ‘Critical Hit’ show at the Sacramento Comedy Spot. The celebration of International Clitoris Awareness Week…the “celebrity” who’s renounced his gayness and “science” class in South Carolina are discussed.
Also, BART ditches pee, a gym ditches Amanda Bynes and Kim Kardiashian squeals like a pig. And we get down and dirty for Mud Season in Small Town News.
Trump is speaking in Phoenix as we record this episode…so we don’t talk about that at all. We get into why you should be thankful, why you might be on the same side as Juggalos and who’s suing the Roots. Plus, how we all experienced the eclipse.
We spend the first 40 minutes talking Trump, White Nationalists and the state of the country. Then we cleanse the palate, NYC subway style and find out why spelling and grammar are so important in Florida Corner.
On this episode of the podcast find out how a bra can kill you. Why Reese Witherspoon wasn’t acting like a Southern Belle and hear Becca’s reaction to an actual football halftime chewing out (from the Legends Football League).
Plus, how to the the perfect 1 night stand, how a 1 night stand went wrong for a movie star and why Christiana and Becca are against women exerting their power.
Nate sees Green Day and smells a LOT of weed. A celebrity couple is no more and Kareem is shocked by the passing of Glen Campbell. Plus, Jason’s nemesis is going to focus on his music and we check in with some right wing bigots.
Nate runs a 5k at Angel Stadium, then later that night, witnesses a great example of guys being guys. Two actresses push to be on HBO’s “True Detective” and some Secret Service guys get sent home early.
Plus, a term that shouldn’t ever be used, OK Cupid takes a stand and why an Alabama man was arrested for climbing a tree.
Chris Christie is hurting and we have zero sympathy…damn kids are smearing feces in Pennsylvania and why you should be beating off more often. Plus, a show favorite Gordie Little gets a bridge dedicated to his memory.