After another west coast hiatus, the boys are back. Randy reveals he has quit being a vegan (after the best seafood meal of his life) and Chase has quit smoking (again). The guys discuss the weddings they attended and reconnecting with old friends. Randy and Chase are forced to address the latest Trump beef with the NFL and the protesting during the national anthem. The boys hit the news - an update on the Equifax breach and what not to do in an Uber ride. Randy finishes out the show talking about some of his old jobs.
Chase opens the show wondering aloud about his friends sex habits. He then moves onto a gripping description of his own sexual style in college. After mercifully switching topics, Randy explains why he is not impressed with people using a fancy vocabulary. The fellas move on to a discussion about having an ego and balancing confidence vs. arrogance. Finally, the guys tackle the news for the week-Jamele Hill calling Trump a “white supremist”, the Pentagon is ignoring Trump’s climate change denial agenda, and facial recognition software than can determine if someone is gay.
The Boston comedy scene experienced the tragic loss of a great young comic, Nick O’Connor, over the weekend. Chase and Randy share their thoughts on the sad events and offer their sincere condolences to those who knew him. After the emotional start, the guys move onto to Randy’s newest personal experiment - becoming a vegan. Randy then gets on his soap box about the massive Equifax data hack which has impacted hundreds of millions, Randy included among them. The boys then hit the current events - an Oklahoma sherif’s deputy shot a family’s dog and left it for dead on the porch, Rush Limbaugh thinks hurricanes are fake news and Lonzo Ball disrespects Nas and the history of hip-hop
Fresh from watching Beverly Hills Cop 3, Randy and Chase chat about what they were doing in 1994 when the movie first dropped. Randy talks about hustling during the the early AOL internet days in the mid 90's and Chase recounts his time in dance competitions (kinda like the movie "Fame"). The guys move on to talk about their Labor Day weekend. Randy attended his best friend's engagement party in Long Island and had a chance to catch up with some people from his past (congratulations Saul & Ayaka!). The guys bring the show home with some news - Trump's decision to end the DACA Dreamers program and a man who ran into the "Burning Man" statue and died.