Deece sits down one-on-one with comedian and host of the Mormon and the Meth Head podcast, Aaron Woodall. They talk about why road gigs are the best, doing comedy as a Mormon, and the difference between a cult and religion.
Comedian, Phillip Kopczynski, is in studio to talk about his upcoming Comedy With Friends album recording at The Big Dipper. They also talk what you should do in your first motel fire, Disneyland Gangs, being black in Star Wars, and they play a round pf "Name that Movie". Plus, the Claymore Scotch Ale, from Great Divide Brewing in Denver, CO, is our Beer of the Week.
Host of The F.A.N. Show, Richard Tieman, is in studio to discuss his sports and entertainment podcast, how the 80's sucked, Vietnamese parenting styles, mannequin serial killers, and more. Plus, the Vindicator IPA from Wallace Brewing, in Wallace Idaho, is our Beer of the Week.
Comedian and the whiskey half of the Weed & Whiskey podcast, Casey Strain, drops by for an episode about hot flannel talk, sexy phonebooks, doing comedy at a church, and the best practical jokes. Plus, the Palisades Pineapple from Golden Road Brewing in Los Angeles, CA, is our Beer of the Week.
The gang is back together as Producer Tras Swartout returns to the show. They welcome musician, Hanna Rebecca, to the studio for a show about why you should never stop drinking, how woodland rodents make great kitchen appliances, and Hanna plays music live in studio, while the crew names her songs. Plus, the Beer of the Week: The Local Logger Lager, from Everybody's Brewing, in White Salmon, WA.
Musician, Emily Ridler, comes by as they talk self-driving cars, the sexiest animal to ride, getting drunk as a kid, an update on The Flat Earth Society, and Emily plays a song live in studio. Plus, the Orangelicious Golden Ale from Orlison Brewing is our Beer of the Week.
Deece and Jay completely neglect to celebrate the 200th episode of the show! As they welcome entertainer Donny Duck to the studio for an episode about best karaoke songs, why Lewiston Idaho is actually great, oddest object to drink from, the early days f the internet, and driverless cars. Plus, The Huckleberry Chapel, from Selkirk Abbey Brewing in Post Falls Idaho, is our Beer of the Week.
Sam Vidovich returns for this month in Sam's Snarky Cinema Review, to talk 'Black Panther', 'I, Tonya' and more. Deece fills everyone in on his recent weekend to central Washington, and they discuss eating humans, fingers in chill, and what your rights as a pig owner are. Plus, Portland Brewing's Maftarnahan's Amber Ales is our Beer of the Week.
This month Sam and Deece are joined by fellow comic, Lucas Prahm, as they breakdown The Fast and the Furious movies. They discuss the movies narrative and how it falls apart over the series, how grappling hooks play a crucial role, and why DVD players are so valuable. Plus they rate the movies in order of best to worst.
Improv comedian, Jessica Carson, stops by for a show about men having babies, how you become the Queen of England, which celebrity you would eat, bad impressions, and more. Plus, our Beer of the Week: The Mead Honey Lager from Big Barn Brewing, in Mead, WA.
This week, Deece sits down with Selfie Dad, Burr Martin of The Burr Martin Experience on Pants Pending Studios, and a panel of parents, for a conversation about the recent rash of school shootings. They discuss how that effects their kids, their views on school safety, the political divide in America, and how they feel the problems can be solved. Also, funny things still happen!
Improv comedian and 2017's Guest of the Year, Emily Butler, return to the show. They talk a new scourge sweeping the internet, the difference between pandemic and epidemic, odd celebrity interactions, what it's like to be covered in fake blood, and her new podcast, "Not Models". Plus, our Beer of the Week: The 10 Degrees Below Ale, by Scuttlebutt Brewing, in Everett, WA.
For the inaugural episode of Night at the Movies, Deece and Sam welcome guest, Ryan McComb, as they review the Jurassic Park franchise. They discuss which FX hold up, how frog DNA is natures glue, what it would be like to have dinosaurs in the city, and hypothetical sequels for the series. And they rank and review each film!
Deece and Jay open the show recapping their Superbowl Sunday, and giving an update on The Flat Earth Society. They're then joined by comedian Lucas Prahm, as they talk poop humor, when you know you should retire a joke, peacocks on planes, and animals with human nipples.
Sam Vidovich stops by for this months Sam's Snarky Cinema Review, and comedian Andrew Ouellette is in studio, for a show about confusing Sci-Fi shows, worst cities in Washington state, odd sexual fetishes, and life when you live in a trailer. Plus, The Dirty Face Amber from Icicle Brewing, in Leavenworth, WA, is our Beer of the Week.
On this weeks show The Poet of Art Seed Spokane, Alexander Manzoni, is in studio to talk about the growing poetry scene in Spokane, how it is helping all the arts grow, the recent Aziz Ansari controversy, and they play a round of the Podium game. Plus, Men's Room Red, from Elysian Brewing in Seattle, WA, is our Beer of the Week.
This week, comedians Mika Lahman and Adam Lee are in studio to talk about their upcoming Coaster to Coaster Comedy Tour, living in haunted house, things you shouldn't say on stage, eating your dead loves ones, they play a round of Name That Tune: Atlanta One Hit Wonder Rappers Edition, and Forrest Miller sits in as producer. Plus, The Amber Ale from Bayern Brewing in Missoula, MT, is our Beer of the Week.
Social Media expert, Prince Leonard, is in studio to discuss the current political climate, how race relations has changed over the years, college safe spaces, and more. And comedian Nick Cavasier sits in as guest co-host, and producer Tras Swartout returns for an episode. Plus, the Scotch Ale, from Black Label Brewing, in Spokane, WA, is our Beer of the Week!
Special movie edition of the show! Comedians Tom Meisfjord and Sam Vidovich are in studio with Deece, as the discuss all the things Star Wars. They review the latest installment, The Last Jedi, look back at the past films, and discuss how their should be more gas stations in space. Then they all arm wrestle to prove they're still men.