Chase opens the show with the harrowing tale of his recent battle with a bee hive. Somehow the conversation turns to dating people with annoying food allergies. The boys give their two cents on the Mayweather/McGregor fight. The show wraps up with some current events - Amy Shumer getting her dollars up, underfunding at the Secret Service, and Millennials are having less sex than other generations
The guys kick off the show with their eclipse experience. Chase finally got a bike and shares the story of its acquisition. The fellas move onto the recap the sick night they had going to see Dave Chapelle at Radio City. Following that, Randy and Chase hit current events - the passing of Dick Gregory and Jerry Lewis, Chris Long taking a knee, the Boston rally and millennials killing industries. They wrap up the show with listener mail - apparently there are more rats than pigeons….
Coming to you from NYC this week, Randy and Chase open the episode reacting to the tragic events in Charlottesville and the unacceptable response by the President. To break the tension of a heavy conversation, the guys decide to plug this week’s sponsor - Utopia Farms (utopiafarms.org)…best medical macaroons on the market. To keep it light, the guys reminisce about back in the day when they both owned pet snakes. After the creepy snake conversation, they hit current events for the week - Millenials are killing the AppleBee’s chain and the Ezekiel Elliot suspension. The boys wrap up the show getting amped to go see Dave Chapelle at Radio City Music Hall
Randy and Chase almost convince Randy’s roommate to hop the podcast and talk about the ongoing beef with his neighbor, but it will have to wait another week. The boys have a meandering conversation about finding things you are interested in to read about and their artistic (or lack thereof) sensibilities. All that highly cultured talk got the guys exhausted, so they move the conversation back to the streets and have a discussion on knowing when to walk away from a fight. The fellas tackle the current events as usual - Jay Cutler getting a contract with the Dolphins while Colin Kaepernick still doesn’t have a job, North Korea and their missile parades, and the update on the sentencing of a woman who texted her boyfriend to kill himself. They close out the show debating whether there are more rats or pigeons in major cities. Chase has some interesting logic on that question.
The boys open the show with an apology to the loyal fans for posting the show a day later than usual. Chase had a legit explanation. After the apologies, Chase gets into the story about the time he got arrested in Atlanta. Randy moves on to talk about using TV as a learning tool…any fool can choose to watch the Real Housewives, but there are good documentaries out there you can learn from. The fellas somehow get into a conversation about whether or not college athletes should get paid. That conversation leads to a broader discussion about whether the working class should be grateful to have jobs or whether they should demand more respect from employers. Randy and Chase finish up with some current events - the latest on immigration reform, R. Kelly and his alleged cult and O.J. getting released on parole.