Rick decides to adopt a new high school team as his own due to very specific characteristics. Go Baldwin High School Fighting Highlanders! Cheri brings us up to date about what to expect in the month of March. Is there such a thing as “beach culture” and what is it? Rick prepares to open an art gallery. Our Live Beer Review is Gingerbread Murder Scene by Pontoon Brewing.
Rick takes on a huge new art project which may lead to a career change. Cheri takes us through the interesting beginnings of the month of January, as well as some very special days. Our Live Beer Review is Pink Beds Sour Ale by Ecusta Brewing Company.
Cheri is going out for a night of karaoke and Rick wants to crash the party and video it. Rick shares a couple of documentaries he has recently watched, including one he considers to be one of the best. Rick wants to know how to handle it when a friend wants you to see their art but their art really sucks. Cheri overdoes the Dad Jokes. Rick plans a secret romantic trip. Our Live Beer Review is Sour Monkey by Victory.Hope you are enjoying your Labor Day vacation!
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 believes he has discovered a cure for baldness and it doesn’t involve what anyone thinks it would. Cheri and Rick revisit the original vision of This Epic Disaster and try to figure out what the hell happened. Is it disrespectful to take a cup of coffee before the entire thing finishes brewing? Rick says yes. Cheri can’t figure out the meaning of one of Rick’s weird dreams, so maybe a listener can. Our Live Beer review is Wild Heaven Beer’s Ode to Mercy Special Winter Ale.