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.
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.