Episode #056: Happy Halloween

Dave nerds out about George Romero and we talk about the Life is Strange sequel. We discuss whether or not we’ll be wearing rompers this summer, Bub gets hit on at work, and we try to bring back cones. Our hashtag blew up last week and we give someone advice about paying back student loans.

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Episode #054: The Fat, and the Furriest [featuring Steve Duckworth of Healer]

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!

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Bonus Episode: Ryan Gates FULL Interview

Here is the full conversation we had with Ryan Gates (host of The Nightcap on WGR550 in Buffalo, NY). We talk about Twitter, podcasts, TV shows, movies, music, XM radio, politics, video games, and so much more. He talks about his sometimes poor personal hygiene and how a haircut doesn’t necessarily seal the deal with the ladies. He tells us he is searching his ancestry roots, he rips on flat Earthers, and believes that there can be tasteful male nudity in film/TV. We hear the story of his very first beer at the age of 8, and how his beer tastes have evolved. That and so much more! Enjoy!!

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Episode #027: Yeah Man, I’m Into Dubstep

In this episode, we talk a little bit about The Walking Dead season premier and report on The Interrupters show in Buffalo. We also talk about Halloween costumes, video games, and TV show laugh tracks. Also in this episode, we tell you how you can say “dick hair” to unsuspecting customers if you work in customer service.

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Episode #021: C’Mon Man (The Treasure Trove) [featuring Kristin Dusen]

We make an amazing discovery in our new basement. We talk AC/DC, Axl Rose, football, the new ps4, and the iPhone 7. Kristin joins us and talks about more wangs and other assorted things. To close, the creepy dolls get named.

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Episode #020: We’ve All Changed A Lot Since ‘Pac Died

Whisper cast: Bub discusses the song(s) he always gets stuck in his head. We attempt to determine our gang affiliates because we’re big city boys now. We talk some video games (Friday the 13th, GTAV, Last of Us, Call of Duty Zombies), and some movies (The Room screening, Strange Brew, [REC]/Quarantine, and Train to Busan). We debate subtitles vs. dubbed movies. Dave trashes the NFL and we talk about how much punting sucks. We also share the best WiFi name we’ve ever seen. And finally- if you ever wanted to know what kinds of cereals these 3 grown men enjoy, this is the episode to listen to.

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Episode #018: Nasty, Nasty, Nasty [featuring WBER’s Susie Q]

This week we talk to the lovely Susie Q of Rochester’s WBER radio station 90.5 FM (and her doggie Jasper) about Disc Jockeying, music, day drinking, dating, tinder, and fish. Post-interview, we talk Suicide Squad, Jared Leto, True Romance, Book of Mormon, Arnold Schwarzenegger’s Maggie, The Olympics, and the NFL (and its commissioner). In there somewhere, Dave tells a story about how he helped create a murderer.

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Episode #016: The Laughing Hyena, the Fainting Goat, and the Exploding Monkey

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.

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Episode #005: Flesh Colored Pants At The Father/Daughter Dance [featuring Jimmy Skrzeczkowski]

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.

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