Episode 63: After the death this past week of Peter Tork of the Monkees, Rick decides that the surviving Monkees and the surviving Beatles should form a supergroup and go on the road. We open a special gift box sent by a listener. Should you lose your job and career if you do something really dumb? The debate is on. Cheri faces a major revelation about her life. Our Live Beer Review features Brown Sugar Brown Cow from D9 Brewing.
Cheri and Rick welcome November with some little known November facts. Cheri ruins Rick’s day with new Dad Jokes and Rick finds some lonely folks looking for Halloween Missed Connections. Rick doesn’t understand how one particular commercial jingle made it through the agency and then tries to wade through several racially insensitive episodes of The Monkees. Our Live Beer Review is the not so pumpkiny Ichabod by New Holland Brewing.
It’s February but already 80 degrees in Atlanta. Still, what happens in this podcast shouldn’t happen. I don’t know, I’ll leave it up to you to be the judge. Cheri prepares for another date and won’t reveal where she met the person, nor the person’s gender or species. Rick tries to get to the bottom of the situation. Rick wonders how the skull became the symbol of all things badass and decides it’s time for something else to take its place. Cheri thinks Rick’s reaction to panhandlers may be a bit extreme and offers some alternative actions. Rick is excited that two of the original Monkees are touring this summer and wonders if he should feel old now. Our Live Beer Review is G’Knight by Oskar Blues Brewery.