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.
Is it the end of the quarantine? People seem to have stopped wearing masks. They’re standing closer than 6 feet. What’s going on? Cheri makes a choice between chores and pleasure and seems to have been immediately punished. Rick’s water heater blows up but he wasn’t showering anyway. Rick has a weird confession about the ID Channel. The Live Beer Review is Flying Spaghetti Botster by Wooden Robot Brewery.
It’s Rick’s birthday week and he has decided this year he would like to spend it in a mask standing 6 feet away from people. Lucky him! We prepare for our first Live Zoom Hangout and Rick announces he doesn’t like people who constantly live in the past. Which doesn’t seem to sit well with Cheri. Our Live Beer Review is Nights Like These Irish Dry Stout by Birds Fly South Ale Project.
This week we plan our very first LIVE Zoom hangout! It will happen on the day before Rick’s birthday, Sunday, April 26 at 8PM EST. Come hang out with us! Bring a beverage and play a round of “Would You Rather”. It’ll be a fun time! (Watch our Facebook page for details). This week, Rick witnesses a hit and run and we check and see how the Missed Connection crowd is hooking up during quarantine. This week’s Live Beer Review is Levitate Forethought Beer.
We took a week off for a mental health break but this week we’re back as loopy as ever! Thanks for giving us some time off. Rick is doing some sculpting from home and watching strange documentaries. Cheri is trying to get used to working from home and still shopping for a mask. Rick tries hard not to slap a bank employee. Cheri is entranced by the romance of Mr. Roger’s farts. Our Live Beer Review is Burnt Hickory Brewing’s Drivin N Cryin Straight To Hell IPA.