The boys talk about The Beatles and breakfast foods and I forget what else. I think we get some new segment intros as well! I was going to actually listen to parts of this one but I’m on vacation. Give me a break.
The bad boys of ‘castin’ are back at it again! On today’s episode we discuss Bill Burr’s animated show “F Is For Family” and play a rousing round of Introvert Bingo! We also talk about the app that really puts the “app” in application, those fine folks at Uber! Do things get a bit “adorkable”, perhaps? No.
Check out introvert bingo here.
A more formatted version of the podcast with the correct audio file. Good lordy who would want to listen to *only* Mark with a faint background of Simmons?
In this episode, Mark and Simmons start their new segment where they review a piece of media. This week is Norm Macdonald’s new Netflix special “Hitler’s Dog, Gossip & Trickery”. Check it out!
Mixed and edited by Tony Camponovo.
Tony and Rachel join us for Mark’s final AZ episode. We talk about many things, but mostly which actors were in Friends. Paul Rudd was in Friends. So was Reese Witherspoon. We also get a call from a law firm, live on air!!
In this episode Mark goes off the rails on a conspiracy theory so sure to shake your very core he winces at the thought of posting it. We’re pretty down on ideas in this episode to be honest.
In this episode Mark and Ryan travel to the home of their DnD sessions. Special guests include Rebekah, Ashley, and Mike! Learn a little bit about the characters we play DnD with, and oh so much more
In this non Hitler-centric podcast episode, Ryan and I get back on schedule with a wholesome conversation about God, which of the seven dwarves we are, how to eat a good quail egg, and Harry and the Potters.
Mr. Simmons and I took a trip down to Tucson, AZ. We did a remote episode with our good friends Steve and Andy. We’ve known them for years, so there is lots of laughing and not so much crying this episode.
In this episode we get into what’s in the news. Tons of content and expletives, and, oh god what are we doing with our lives