Deece sits down one-on-one with James May, of Spread Eagle Comedy. They talk some of their upcoming shows, what it's like growing up in Alaska, the one episode of Quantum Leap they still need to make, and Marvels re-hiring of James Gunn.
Hip Hop artists, Michelle Shira and Trevor Williams AKA Traverse, of 509's Finest, are in studio as they talk upcoming shows and new artists to the label. They also discuss alternatives to the wall in Mexico, if the moon is fake, Seattle's only super hero retiring, and why Jaguars aren't photogenic. Plus a Hip Hop themed round of Podium.
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 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!
This week, Jeremy Person stops by for a round Deecepicable deeds, and they talk about why Mars is now better than earth. And musician, Ashley Pyle, is in studio for a show about the hardest instrument to play, anamorphic fish love, if Alaskans are criminals, the best way to win an argument, and she plays music live in studio. Plus, the Red Guitar Red Ale, from Twelve String Brewing in Spokane Valley, WA, is our Beer of the Week!
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.
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!
This week we bring you The Social Hour Annual Best of the Year Award Show! We take a look back at some of the best moments of 2017, and give out awards for Most Heartfelt Moment, Best Reenactment, Best Rant of the Year, Guest of the Year, and more! And we announce some exciting news for the upcoming 2018 year.
This week the gang talks gender inclusive words, best and worst Christmas gifts, bums versus robots, mysterious feet that keep washing up on the Washington coast, what you can trade bean babies for now, and Trevor Thompson sits in as producer. Plus, the Black Dog Stout, from Big Barn Brewing, in Mead, WA, is our Beer of the Week.
Comedian, Sam Vidovich, is in studio with Sam's Snark Cinema Review, and Jeremy Person stops by for a round of Deecepicable Deeds. They also talk bad parenting advice, ghost sex, flaming rabbits, and the Starbucks Holiday cups controversy. Plus they talk about the upcoming Christmas Charity Comedy Event at Black Label Brewing Company, in support of Our Place Ministries. Plus, the Beer of the Week returns, as we feature the Angle Amber, from Ten Pin Brewing, in Moses Lake, WA.
Chef Amanda Hillman of Modernist COOKS is in studio to talk about the upcoming Cooking Hot Comedy series. They also talk about meeting partners families during the holidays, what alcohols you should never drink, how to improperly use a Slap Chop, backyard rockets and if the earth is flat. Plus, comedian Forrest Miller, sits in as producer, as the show searches to fill the role.
Entertainer, Jason Overdorff, is in studio and talks about his band Bar Talk, how he got involved with burlesque shows, getting back into comedy, and why The SyFy channel owes Deece money. Also, comedian Sam Vidovich stops by for an edition of Sam's Snarky Cinema Review. And imrov comic, Alex Kwamina, sits in as producer, as the show searches to fill the role.
Comedians Mara Baldwin and Scottie G are in studio for an episode about dead fish, revenge porn, comedy beefs, and they talk the recent Louis CK scandal. Plus they play a round of Name That Tune: Hip Hop edition.
Former Social Hour co-host, Monica Stutz, returns to the show for Tras' last episode. They discuss his upcoming road trip, hoe to survive jail, they play Who Knows Deece Best, and they have a Social Hour News Showdown between Monica and Jay!
Comedians Ronni Taylor and Freddy Walker are in studio for an episode about dating amputee goats, hangovers, how comedy is cathartic, drug addicted super heroes, and fistulas.
Deece, and special guest co-host Katie Wardall of The Malted Mutt, are on the road in Moscow ID at Moscow Brewing Company. They sit down with co-owners Andy Severson and Leah Hart to talk about their recent relaunch of the brewery, it's history in the area, going from home brewer to brewery owner, and where turtle milk actually comes from.