It’s episode 85 which makes This Epic Disaster our longest running Podcast! We celebrate by telling you interesting things that happened in the year 1985. For some reason. Rick goes to Texas and almost doesn’t make it back. He also discovers Texas is the least vegetarian friendly place in the world. Cheri tells of growing up isolated in Minnesota. Rick has a dream that he hopes Cheri might give him insight on. Our Live Beer Review is Dragon’s Milk White by New Holland Brewing.
Cheri and Rick celebrate Independence Day with some gin cocktails and, I guess everyone can tell. Cheri make a guest appearance on the Earth Station Who Podcast #219. Tune in and give it a listen! Cheri has new dreams that she needs Rick to interpret. Rick realizes in the middle of the show that it is 10 years to the day that Rick and Cheri first met. Cheri is obsessed with Harry Potter Wizards Unite game. Our Live Beer Review is Scofflaw Brewing Company’s FXXX Pollen.
Cheri has a couple of strange dreams she presents to Rick for interpretation. Rick thinks maybe, just maybe they are the exact same dream! Rick wants to know if it’s racism to only want to date a person of a certain race. and what if the race is not one’s own race? Rick believes he has psychic abilities and decides to test them out on the spot. Things don’t look very promising but would Cheri believe him anyway? Our Live Beer Review this week is Wild Heaven Beer’s White Blackbird.
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.
In this episode we steal a regular feature from our other podcast. We’ll be doing a Live Beer Review in each episode from now on. For this episode we review Nitro Vanilla Porter from Breckenridge Brewery. Cheri gets a new car to replace her former vehicle with the nonexistent brakes. Rick has been working on an art portrait and talks about how that becomes a much more intimate act than one would imagine. Rick and Cheri make their Super Bowl prediction and then introduce a new feature called, “That’s Not How That’s Done.” Thanks for all the feedback this week, friends. You all are awesome!