Matt and Dub read some fan email, answer some important questions concerning the gay agenda in America and the Halitosis bomb. They parlay into a conversation about Willem Dafoe’s unfilmable bathing suit area. They then haphazardly analyze Dub’s dream about a family of meth-heads trying to ruin his life. Matt discusses his recent brush with greatness at the theater, when he reviews Ed Asner’s portrayal of FDR. They then wind down the season finale with dictionary.com’s Word of the Day and a few fun facts.
Matt and Dub immediately rally against those who would try to stifle their podcast progress. Dub then talks about the theory of The Big Brother Effect and sexual orientation based on how many consecutive boys a woman births. They digress and discuss the rise and fall of the ska and punk scene in Helena, circa 1997. Getting back on track, the guys draw attention to the repeal of Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell and sloppily attempt to tie that into the aforementioned theory. Find out why they’re voting Tea Party in 2012 and why you should too! After a lackluster news day, Matt digs up a story from the past about Montana local, Patrick Hemingway (son of Ernest Hemingway) and his hot new line of shoes. They discuss price points, marketing and the implications of going raw-dog in leather footwear. Bring an extra pair of socks!
NEW FEATURES: Word of the Day and Fun Facts!
Matt and Dub begin with a discussion about Tupac and Biggie, which leads to a story about Christopher Hitchens trolling a feminist.The boys take it to the next level with Jason Everman and unsavory fun facts about Benvenudo Cellini. Settle in as they explore what it truly means to live the life of a well-rounded man.Get out of town with Dub and Matt on a journey to HD85512B, just one of 16 Super-Earths recently discovered. A new adventure awaits you a mere 35 lightyears away. Warning: You won’t like what you find. Probably.Shout outs!
Dub and Matt go over fun facts about the terrible history of Labor Day followed by the delicious origins of Chicken and Waffles as illustrated by our roommate, Medical Mike. We talk directly out of our ass about football and sports in general.A brief conversation about Mark and Donnie Wahlberg opening a restaurant leads to a long forgotten tale of Mark Wahlberg’s dark and sordid past. We take a trip through the life and times of John Singleton’s personal and professional triumphs and tribulations, followed by an examination of Ice Cube, then and now.
Matt and Dub open up about their problems with spiders (specifically the brown recluse) wandering around the house at all hours of the night.Don’t miss the blow-by-blow on what happened when one fateful Saturday afternoon saw Dub and Matt pitting a bubble bee against a moth. Later, we discuss what a good year means when you’re a superstar Hollywood actor, as well as the absurd amount of money certain A-list actors make. We question the sanity of the ATF and their ability to plan a sting.