Rick is craving the fried chicken drug. Cheri remembers the time when she was the Band-Aid queen. Rick deals with introvert kickback. Cheri gets a dating pep-talk. Our Live Beer Review is Holy City Brewery’s Pluff Mud Porter.
In this episode Rick brings a quiz to test Cheri’s knowledge of state history. What states are famous for what inventions? Play along with us. You can’t do much worse than Cheri’s score. Our Live Beer Review is Kyoto Bakushu Yamadanishiki Ale by Kizakura Co.
Rick takes a COVID19 Test and describes what it’s like and reveals the results. Cheri and Rick taste-test a cheese spread by someone named Chad and discuss the downfall of statues and monuments. Our Live Beer Review is Not Today Satan by Pontoon Brewery.
Rick gets caught in a rainstorm and discovers many Atlanta drivers don’t know how to use their flashers. Cheri discusses the current state of many American workers. Rick wonders how far one would travel to be with someone they love. Cheri brings in Japanese Mochi for a taste test.The Live Beer Review is Solid Gold by Founders Brewing Company.
Greetings Disasterbators! Hope everyone is doing well out there. In this episode, Cheri relaxes with floor plans and Rick looses his pet polar bear. A shipment of vegetarian pork rinds comes in and Cheri and Rick do a taste test. How do you think they measure up? Our Live Beer Review is Kuromame Ale by Kyoto Beer.
On this episode, we check out some listener mail and discuss some crazy, bizarre lovers. Rick explains a dumb way to become a superhero and Cheri tells us about a dating app for men with small “packages,” finally revealing she one had a personal experience with a severely endowed-challenged dude. Our Live Beer Review is Saloon Style Pilsner by Lonerider Brewing Company.
Rick has a snake dream and isn’t quite sure what it means. Other than, you know, the obvious thing snake dreams mean. Cheri and Rick compile a list of the Funniest Comic Actors of All Time. How does their list match up with yours? Our Live Beer Review is Tybee Island Blonde by Coastal Empire Beer Company.
Rick returns from his work trip with tales of small towns with insane road layouts and no Starbuck’s. Hellish. Cheri craves a regular game night. Rick gets in touch with his inner Billy Joel. Cheri brings up a new dream for interpretation and the results aren’t what she expected. Our next Zoom Hangout is Sunday June 7, 2020 at 8PM EST. This week’s Live Beer Review is Chattahooligan “For The Boys In Blue” by Chattanooga Brewing.
This week we discuss with our special guest, Rachel Chambers, the art of dressing sets for big-time Hollywood films. Rachel also recently completed a course in standup comedy and talks about her experience writing and performing a comedy routine. Our Live Beer Review this week is Young’s Double Chocolate Stout.