Rick and Cheri take the show on the road to Atlanta’s Grind House Killer Burgers where they encounter steamy temperatures, hungry dogs and loud motors and Rick wonders if loud motors are a compensation for genital size. We read listener mail and ponder alternative representation to our viewpoints. Cheri makes a monumental screw up at work which could cost her her job. Is she still employed? Rick examines how much responsibility people should take for hurting other people’s feelings. Especially ugly, crybaby people (See what I did there?) We don’t have a Live Beer Review this week, however, we do review our delicious Boozy Shakes and it’s Booty Shake vs. Cinnamon Toast Krunk.
Cheri has a couple of strange dreams she presents to Rick for interpretation. Rick thinks maybe, just maybe they are the exact same dream! Rick wants to know if it’s racism to only want to date a person of a certain race. and what if the race is not one’s own race? Rick believes he has psychic abilities and decides to test them out on the spot. Things don’t look very promising but would Cheri believe him anyway? Our Live Beer Review this week is Wild Heaven Beer’s White Blackbird.
What are you favorite movies that, for whatever reason, haven’t held up well over time? You know the ones, you loved them when you went to see them at the theater but when you watch them now they seem like some bad TV movie. Also, which movies have held up so well over the years, they could still seem like new even now? Send us an email and tell us your favorites. Would you want your every movements to be tracked in exchange for increased safety and security? How much of your privacy would you give up? Our Live Beer Review pours out Evening Joe Coffee Blonde Ale by Catawba Brewing.
Well, we’re never going to hit it big and be on iTunes’ Best New Podcast list or in an NPR podcast spotlight, so we might as well name an episode “Chocolate Cow Titties.” Rick discovers a new musical artist who has been around for some time now. Cheri tries to wade through a negative situation with a friend. Rick decides to examine Georgia’s new “Heartbeat Bill” in a non political, non religious way. Good luck, dumbass. Our Live Beer Review is Bell Cow Milk Chocolate Porter by JDub’s Brewing Company.
Some episodes seem to be cursed from the beginning. Like this one, for instance. 15 minutes into the podcast, we realize we aren’t actually recording. So, we now are literallymaking podcasts no one listens to. But, alas, we begin again because that’s what we do. Rick decides to start doing yoga again and it hurts. Cheri and Rick start a blitz of facts. There. You’re smarter now. Rick discovers people in Asia are putting cockroaches on their faces and posting it to social media. The Live Beer Review is Scofflaw Brewing Company’s Dirty Beaches.
We try to come up with a more effective curse word. In spite of that, Cheri exceeds her allotted amount of “F-bombs” in this show. Rick wants to know what foods you would still eat after dropping on the floor and what are the requirements for keeping or throwing away dropped food. Some of the best garage sale deals ever are revealed. Cheer wonders if anyone ever has “pet regret.” Our Live “Beer” Review is Hemptails by Rock Wall Brewing Company.
Rick has a grocery store encounter of the strange and embarrassing kind. Cheri’s underwater fears come back to haunt her. Rick has a panic attach while in the crawl space of his house. Cheri questions the motivations of creative endeavors. Our Live Beer Review is Over and Over Pineapple Sour Ale by Orpheus Brewing.
If you are a fan of webcomics, check out Rick’s webcomic “Clown School Cockroaches.” It’s a bizarre tale about the adventures of four cockroaches who happen to be in clown school. There are three ways to keep up with the comic, on Facebook, Instagram or on Tumblr. Choose your platform and then follow the story of Clown School Cockroaches!
We’re recording this week on Rick’s birthday and he decides, instead of a Live Beer Review, he wants a scotch comparison. So that happens. Cheri wonders which is more important, to be financially secure or to be emotionally secure. What do you think? Rick explains why it is important in art and in life to move like a shark. Wave goodbye to April, everybody!
Rick and Cheri ponder the meaning and the rituals of Easter, from eggs and chocolates to coming back from the dead. Rick tells 12 stories of actual resurrections (really?). Cheri has cheat codes for a special game. Our Live Beer Review is Maudite Belgian Style Double Ale by Unibroue.