The boys open the show talking about crooked televangelists, which morphs into a long discussion about their views on religion and faith. They move on to talk about the presidency and why citizens who were not born on U.S. soil can’t run for the office. Chase starts a conversation on the importance of spending time alone...but how much time alone is too much? The guys come to the conclusion that we all need to make time for relationships that are important to us. A fellow comedian from NYC calls Chase during the show so that had to be edited out (sorry for the weird cut in). Chase and Randy finish up the show talking about how when they were kids, they used to go over friend's houses and eat all their food.
The fellas open the show with another big loss (Charlie Murphy)…we are losing the all the greats these days. They talk about how white people keep things on time…but black people bring the fun to life. Randy and Chase go on to talk about giving and receiving help and how that builds relationships. They follow that up with a convo about its a waste to give more money to rich colleges. Randy goes off on his nosey neighbor. The guys finish up talking about winning a fight with words and not fists
This weeks episode starts with a surprise drop in from Randy’s roommates. The guys dive into discussing self awareness and overstaying your welcome (Chase doesn’t play that shit). Randy starts a nuanced conversation on shame and how it can be useful. The fellas discuss how boredom has been replaced with distractions. They finished up talking about how to weed them out full of shit people. And Chase promises to take Randy to a black church.
Randy and Chase taped the podcast late this week because Randy couldn’t figure out an instruction manual. This leads to the guys getting into a whole discussion about taking on a job you don’t actually enjoy doing. Randy reveals his discomfort with talking about his achievements in life and Chase does a great job of playing therapist for the segment. The “cookies-n’-cream” duo move onto talk about sports - specifically, franchises moving the team to another city (sorry Oakland) and how owners can often be hypocrites in how they treat players (employees) and fans (paying customers). The boys finish off by going over last weeks news including the GOP pushing through a bill allowing ISP to sell your personal data for profit without your permission AND not compensating you for it