Randy kicks off the podcast explaining why this episode got recorded in two parts due to some technical difficulties. He then breaks the news to Chase (and the legions of RSB podcast fans) that he is off the dating market again. After a little musical interlude, Chase tells the story of the guy he was forced to snuff at an open mic last week...don't disrespect Chase and don't disrespect comedy. The fellas move on to current events - John McCain's failing health and microchipping employees. Randy and Chase finish up the show with listener email from superfan Arianne
Chase and Randy start off with a recap of their LA vacation...and a list of things Randy likes and dislikes about that city. The guys move on to talk about the value of consistency and not giving up at the first sign of struggle (there's no such thing as an "overnight success")...it's important to have a support system around you to help. The fellas move on to current events - Conor McGregor and his potentially racist comments, a landlord who had to pay a $12K fine for walking in his tenant's apartment with shoes on, and Nevada selling out of weed. They finish up the show talking about David Blaine and how Chase believes in magic. Randy also starts to come around on Chase's strange food ordering habits
Sam Jay is a Boston-bred and now L.A.-based comedian. You can catch her on Viceland’s Party Legends and watch her weekly on MTV’s SafeWord. She will be taping her Comedy Central special at The Stand in NYC on September 21. Sam joins the fellas in their hotel for some drinks and a lot of laughs in this really fun episode of the RSB Podcast. The episode opens with some Vegas party stories and how women shouldn’t be “frumpy” in the VIP. The crew moves on to discuss the difficulties of dating a comedian. The trio gets into a little history - Sam technically being responsible for the RSB podcast’s existence, Sam’s start in comedy, making teachers cry and growing up in between the Millennial and Gen-X era. The show moves on to a conversation about hip hop, then and now. The gang closes out the episode with a discussion about respecting the art of comedy.
Randy and Chase sit down and chop it up with comedian Dean Delray in the belly of the world famous Comedy Store in L.A. You’ve heard Dean on his podcast “Let There be Talk” and if you are in the Detroit/Grand Rapids area, you can catch him this weekend opening up for Bill Burr at the Fountain St. Church (July 14-15) or watch him headline at Smalls in Detroit (July 16). In this episode the guys get into Dean’s path in the comedy game, avoiding having the keys so you can live your dream, flipping shit on eBay, the minimalist movement and podcasting. You don’t want to miss this one.
In this week’s episode, the guys prepare for their upcoming vacation. The Dean Delray Comics 2 Cure show was awesome and Randy and Chase thank the comics and the fans for coming out. Randy moves on to an impromptu financially funny segment with a question that’s been troubling him for years…why do cashiers put the coins in your hand last, on top of the cash and receipt? Randy and Chase tackle a few news topics this week - the Trump/Morning Joe feud, a Czech industrial company has a bikini contest for interns, and the right wing media pivoting to ask if collusion with Russia is even a crime. The guys bring the show home on a lighter note with a conversation on action movies and some listener emails.