Rick suspects he may have COVID-19 (again) but isn’t sure he wants to go through another test. Cheri and Rick pat tribute to Eddie Van Halen. Rick wants to know if Cheri would ever have sex with a good friend without wanting the relationship to go further. Cheri is feeling like she is becoming the Third Wheel in one of her friend’s relationships. Our Live Beer Review is Sycamore Pumpkin Latte Blonde by Sycamore Brewing.
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.
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.
Say goodbye to March everyone. Hopefully April is much more cheerful. In this episode, Rick gets scolded by a Walmart employee for not maintaining social distance. Cheri hasn’t seen Tiger King yet and Rick tells her why she may not want to. Rick decides to dump Facebook. Cheri and Rick compile their own Quarantine Playlist which you’ll soon be able to listen to on Spotify. Our Live Beer Review is 420 Stain Insane OG by SweetWater Brewery
The COVID-19 virus is affecting everyone and it looks like things won’t be changing anytime soon. Are you protected? We get a visit from our friend Nurse CJ to help steer us through what is fact and what is panic. Also, Rick wants to know what is going on behind the SPA doors. But is he brave enough to go find out? Our Live Beer Review is, of course, Corona Familiar.