It’s episode 85 which makes This Epic Disaster our longest running Podcast! We celebrate by telling you interesting things that happened in the year 1985. For some reason. Rick goes to Texas and almost doesn’t make it back. He also discovers Texas is the least vegetarian friendly place in the world. Cheri tells of growing up isolated in Minnesota. Rick has a dream that he hopes Cheri might give him insight on. Our Live Beer Review is Dragon’s Milk White by New Holland Brewing.
It’s the week of Cheri’s Birthday and Rick dedicates the entire show to her. Sorta. So, if you could have any present in the world, what would you want? Where would you want to spend your birthday if you could spend it anywhere? Who would you invite? We celebrate that this episode ties This Epic Disaster for our longest running podcast! Our Live Beer Review (Birthday Version) checks out Monday Night Brewing’s Slushee Fund Cherry Lime Gose.
A new Tennessee law that bans people from performing marriages if they were ordained online. Should a state be allowed to make this decision? Rick wonders if his wife is planning a polyamorous relationship with Jeff Goldblum and Johnny Depp. Driving while pulling a trailer shouldn’t be a big deal, so why is Rick so concerned about doing it? We try to help people find their crushes with some Missed Connections. Our Live Beer Review (which Cheri believes we may have reviewed before) is Bibo by Creature Comforts.
Rick brings a much needed present to Cheri to help her deal with one of her big fears. Rick visits the Grant Park Market in Atlanta and has nothing but praises. Cheri gets a dog bite and researches what to do when bitten. Rick wants to know what changes in a relationship would most affect your relationship for the worse. Our Live Beer Review finds us climbing Southbound Brewing Company’s Mountain Jam.
Cheri and Rick celebrate Independence Day with some gin cocktails and, I guess everyone can tell. Cheri make a guest appearance on the Earth Station Who Podcast #219. Tune in and give it a listen! Cheri has new dreams that she needs Rick to interpret. Rick realizes in the middle of the show that it is 10 years to the day that Rick and Cheri first met. Cheri is obsessed with Harry Potter Wizards Unite game. Our Live Beer Review is Scofflaw Brewing Company’s FXXX Pollen.
Rick’s home AC goes on the fritz so he gets naked and gets to Cheri’s house. But not in that order. Cheri has important questions which may save the lives of space aliens or Earthlings, depending upon what’s important to you. Rick does something he hasn’t done in 26 years. He eats meat. On purpose. WTF?? He explains why. Our Live Beer Review is Hi Wire Lager by Hi Wire Brewing. Share the podcast with your friends! Repost links! Give us a rating! Tell everyone what you think!
5: Sherman’s Lagoon by Jim Toomey
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4: Ernie/The Piranha Club by Bud Grace
3: Staggering Heights by Joe Forkan
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2: Calvin and Hobbes
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1: Bloom County by Berkeley Breathed
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Wow, it’s Episode 79, the last show of our 70s. And we still feel so young! On this show Rick buys a bat house and ponders where to install it. We read the results of our online poll about favorite comic strips and Rick reveals what he believes to be the 5 greatest comic strips of all time! Cheri discovers a misprint in Australian currency and may have revealed a “get rich quick” scheme. Our Live Beer Review is Southern Brewing Company’s Red And Black.
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.