Say goodbye to March everyone. Hopefully April is much more cheerful. In this episode, Rick gets scolded by a Walmart employee for not maintaining social distance. Cheri hasn’t seen Tiger King yet and Rick tells her why she may not want to. Rick decides to dump Facebook. Cheri and Rick compile their own Quarantine Playlist which you’ll soon be able to listen to on Spotify. Our Live Beer Review is 420 Stain Insane OG by SweetWater Brewery
Cheri and Rick work on perfecting their social distancing while still podcasting. Rick wonders about the next pandemic. Cheri tries to keep social distance while her dog runs loose around the neighborhood. Rick discovers an unfair and unbalanced situation in the realm of sexual genitalia euphemisms (Hey, you gotta think of something when quarantined). Our Live Beer Review is Unfiltered Wheat Beer by Boulevard Brewing Company.
The COVID-19 virus is affecting everyone and it looks like things won’t be changing anytime soon. Are you protected? We get a visit from our friend Nurse CJ to help steer us through what is fact and what is panic. Also, Rick wants to know what is going on behind the SPA doors. But is he brave enough to go find out? Our Live Beer Review is, of course, Corona Familiar.
Rick continues his search for an awesome nickname. With his term on grand jury up, Rick reflects on techniques for passing through metal detectors at courthouses. Cheri wants to know what you would like to have back that you once lost. Rick wonders how people feel about men wearing makeup. Our Live Beer Review this week is Naked River Brewing’s Moon Pie chocolate stout.
This week’s show is also recorded on video! Check our website, YouTube and Facebook page to watch! Rick’s weight loss app isn’t working. Cheri wants to know what type of prison sex Rick would be open to. We ponder the ins and outs of double genitalia, Mardi Gras facts are distributed freely and Cheri freaks out over bed bugs. Our Live Beer Review is Bed of Nails by High Wire Brewing.
In episode #113 Rick goes on a photography safari to some of Georgia’s small towns and discovers a very unique friendship. Cheri watches horses and hopes they don’t get flooded out. Rick connects with the latest Eddie Murphy movie and Cheri connects with a family who finds their new puppy through an unexpected chain of events. Our Live Beer Review this week is Pontoon Brewing’s Sour Flower.
Rick goes back to his hometown of Knoxville, TN and notices how things have changed. Have you ever stayed in an Air B&B and wondered if someone is spying on you? What images say “small southern town” to you? Should you be able to see people naked any time you want? Why would you want to? Cheri shares some useful facts about Valentine’s Day. Our Live Beer Review is Recluse Brown Ale by Element Exchange.
We’re back in the studio for episode 111 so we’re highly polished and professional, although we talk a little bit about poop and boobs. Rick wonders why he and Cheri are still friends. Cheri dreams of completely transcending sickness. Rick wonders if he should try stand up comedy again. Cheri and Rick discuss Genetic Sexual Attraction [TRIGGER WARNING] and it forces them to wonder if any of their relatives are hot. Our Live Beer Review this week is Beacon Brewing Company’s Crushable.