Before our featured interview with Steve Duckworth (drummer for Healer & Rhinoceros), we share some funny stories about being in bands with him. Dave tells us how scary Baltimore is, and Bub shares his reactions to the new Norm MacDonald Netflix special. Ho & Bub report on the Every Time I Die show. All this and more!
Bub has a run-in with “Dirty Dave” in Jamestown, NY. Dave says he might join tinder and also reports on his first witnessing of Roller Derby. Norm MacDonald calls some sick IFL action. We review The Walking Dead. And finally, Not Too Much gets a shout-out from one of our favorite podcasts!
We accidentally talk about Rebecca Black for a while. We discover a new Buffalo-based comedy podcast, talk some politics, and Dave shares his opinion on our new First Lady. We are almost done with the Scientology personality test- so get excited!!
The Not Too Much Guys debate AFI’s top 100 movie list and discuss their own favorites. Dave suggests who he thinks will have the next Comedy Central sketch show. We discuss the wonderful world of Shitposting groups and get up to date on The Walking Dead.
The guys get emotional about the Bills & Sabres. We talk about recognizing voices in animated shows and we report on Corey Feldman part 2 (spoiler: it was awful again). There were a couple of funny interactions with some random Buffalonians, and don’t forget about the Treasure Trove & Scientology Personality test (part 4)!
The boys discuss their favorite game shows and air out the first part of their Scientology personality test. Then the debate is on: Angelina Jolie or Jennifer Aniston (& others)? And the Treasure Trove is one drawer closer to completely uncovered.
This episode’s intro is our tribute to the late Miss Cleo. We visited Rob’s Comedy playhouse and saw Tony Pusateri & Chris Killian. We talk movies, Netflix shows, and Rotten Tomatoes. Dave has a confrontation with a skunk and we think of Ska puns.
In this episode we talk comedy and bring in Jimmy Skrzeczkowski of The Crazies and The Delivery Guys podcast. Dave proclaims himself a comedy hipster and we alienate some of our listeners by calling them stupid. As always, we summarize last week’s Fear the Walking Dead.