Comedian, Rob Wentz, joins the show for an episode about over helpful neighbors, how to best kill a deer, why you should start a bank in the ocean, and Deece wants to go on a murderous rampage.
This week Deece sits down one-on-one with musician, Willie Woo Styx, as they talk music, ways to stay motivated on the road, how you should start every relationship, the worst part of Spokane food, and why Deece should visit New York.
Comedian, Hannah Lunt, is on the show for an episode about if Alaska is real, where you can find a typewriter repair shop, at what point does a rock become a boulder, fighting robots, and we find out who on the show is OK with beastiality.
Comedian at Spread Eagle Comedy, Chris Armi, is in studio for an episode about Jewish Twitter, bad dates, how long you should keep a shirt, whether Australia is an island or a continent, and what animals you could take in a fight.
Comedian, Sam Vidovich, returns to the show as they talk the difference between soup and stew, VR Porn, the new Twilight Zone show, what Elon Musk would be like as a villain, and the recent controversy surrounding condoms.
Comedian, Steve Johnson, is in studio for a very special episode. Listen in as they talk teaching kids comedy, why Mountain Standard time isn't real, giving animals drugs, Sophie raps, and a very sexy song about World War II pilots.
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.
Radio personality, Dan Roberts, is in studio as they talk his recent promotion to mid-days, how radio has changed over the years, why Polar Bears are terrible, K-9 mayors, and zombie breakdancing. Plus, the FivePine Chocolate Porter from Three Creeks Brewing, in Sisters, OR, is our Beer of the Week.
Deece is solo in studio today as he recounts his last trip to Belize. He talks why traveling makes you like a secret agent, where not to puke in Central America, why you should always respect Tsunami Nick, and how to get a free cavity search.
Head of Paradox Studios, and writer/director or the recent internet sensation fan film, MoonKnight, Caden Butera, is in studio to talk about the launch of his movie. We also talk cease and desist letters, film making on a budget, why super fans are the worst, and Deece shows off his nerd knowledge. Plus, The Magnificent Bastard Scotch Ale, from Silver City Brewery in Bremerton, WA, is our beer of the Week.
Host of the CinemAbysmal Podcast, and the upcoming Buckle Up Show, Nick Spanjer is in studio to talk about how his latest project got started, the best worst movies, why Arnold Schwarzenegger may be the greatest actor of all time, best names for Christian Rappers, and former produce, Tras Swartout, stops by to update us on his adventures. Plus, the Ebenezor Ale from Bridgeport Brewing, in Portland, OR, is our Beer of the Week.
ip Hop artist, Savvy Rae, and owner of Villianaire Records, Neal Diemert, join the show to talk about her upcoming debut album, "Rebirth", and other upcoming releases from the label. They realize Savvy has been on the show before, they talk about the obstacles of being a female in Hip Hop, why Deece would be the best worst Mayor ever, and what the ACL is, and why you should hate it. Plus, the Scottish Ale from Belhaven Brewery in Dubar, Scotland, is our Beer of the Week.
Comedian, Steve Johnson, returns to the show to talk fatherhood, why we should kill Polar Bears, hypothetical daughters working strip clubs, how Nicholas Cage is the greatest actor of all time, and why you should never trust long term care facilities. Plus, the Gingerbread Winter Warmer from Black Label Brewing Company, in Spokane, WA, is our Beer of the Week.