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.
Episode 69 (heh, heh…) – Cheri goes on vacation and gets naked and high, which sounds like she didn’t go on vacation at all. She comes back with an arm bruise from bad archery technique. Rick went to Nashville and came back with an unusable podcast interview. What would be the worst super hero powers a person could have? Cheri delivers an exhaustive list. Rick has very large trees (At least 200 feet) removed from his front yard and is completely amazed at the process. Our Live Beer Review is Prank Calls To Satan by Wiseacre Brewing Companyof Memphis, TN.
Rick starts off in a dark mood and wonders which TV commercial spokesperson you would kill if you could. A discussion (and review) about the Motley Crue biopic “The Dirt”leads to another discussion about who the greatest “hairband” vocalist might be. Cheri discusses a story about a snake which has intrigued her for decades. Rick speculates how he might handle dangerous confrontations even though he admits he probably wouldn’t. Our Live Beer review is Monday Night Brewing’s Han Brolo Hazy Pale Ale.
After years of podcasting Rick is miffed that he and Cheri still don’t have their own Wikipedia page. Cheri makes a startling admission that she doesn’t really care for one of Rick’s all-time-favorite bands. Rick makes a startling admission of his own about an artist he used to love. Somehow the conversation turns to talk of penises. We really try not to do this. But it happened. Cheri discusses an identity disorder which involves people wanting to have one or more of their limbs amputated. Our Live Beer Review this week is Yuengling’s Porter.
Rick goes to a P!NK concert and decides he is way too old for concerts but he wonders who you would HAVE to go see in concert if you had the chance. Cheri admits she has trouble meeting people but also admits she doesn’t like getting off the couch. She does however enjoy getting naked with strangers and she has a difficult time making Rick understand. Rick has a theory about high school sports teams and a person’s self esteem. Our Live Beer Review is PBP Peanut Butter Porter by Back Forty Beer Company.
Happy new week everyone! This week’s show is a very important episode but also comes with a warning. Of all of our NSFW shows, this is one of the NSFWiest so please keep that in mind. Rick has a HUGE revelation that leads the discussion down one gigantic rabbit hole. Cheri and Rick discuss and explore some issues dealing with the trans community in their typical irreverent ways, yet still somehow do so with respect. Go figure. We’d love to have your feedback on how they handled it all. The Live Beer Review is PranQster by North Coast Brewing.