In this week’s, episode, the fellas are joined by the hilarious Tricia Auld. The crew jumps right in and talks about the benefits of therapy, dating and hooking up with the people you work with, being “nice”, and Tricia’s journey (thus far) in comedy. Tricia even gives Chase some dating advice. Chase also opens up about his family history. If you like what you hear, you can find more about Tricia and her upcoming shows on her website www.triciaauld.com. #NeverBeenMoreSingle #hashwednesday #ReadySetBlowPodcast #Comedy #ButtStuff #OysterBay #Wine #Milano #MixedBabies #BornAgain #Laugh #Podcast #talkradio
Randy opens the show recounting his trip to Denver. A convo on Wesley Snipes-Woody Harrleson collaborations turns into a discussion on 90’s basketball movies. The fellas hit the current events - what your eating habits say about your personality, the new ninth planet, and pharmaceutical companies lobbying to make opioids harder for the DEA to regulate.
Randy and Chase open the show sharing their love of Denzel Washington movies. They move on to a follow-up conversation on the Equifax data breach and Sen. Elizabeth Warren taking the company’s CEO to task for their errors/extortion. Regular listener Olivia e-mails the show to better educate the guys on the term “toxic masculinity”. The fellas move on to some current events - Harvey Weinstein’s sexual harassment allegations, Jerry Jones and sitting players who don’t stand for the anthem and Mike Pence staging a fake walk out at a Colts game.
Randy and Chase open the show talking about the tragedy in Las Vegas and the empty rhetoric associated with it in the media. The guys move on to tackle the term “toxic masculinity” and how being a man isn’t so popular these days. They hit the news for the week - Harvard ban’s single sex groups on campus, the Trump administration’s anti-gay position as it relates to the DOJ and United Nations, and comedian Jimmy Tingle running for Lt. Governor. Don’t forget to get your tickets now for the Comics 2 Cure benefit show headlined by Donnell Rawlings at Laugh Boston on November 3 at 10pm.