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.
Some episodes seem to be cursed from the beginning. Like this one, for instance. 15 minutes into the podcast, we realize we aren’t actually recording. So, we now are literallymaking podcasts no one listens to. But, alas, we begin again because that’s what we do. Rick decides to start doing yoga again and it hurts. Cheri and Rick start a blitz of facts. There. You’re smarter now. Rick discovers people in Asia are putting cockroaches on their faces and posting it to social media. The Live Beer Review is Scofflaw Brewing Company’s Dirty Beaches.
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.
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.