Louie Anderson joins the show and gives some hints as to what he has been up to lately. Costaki also joins the show with more quick snaps and somehow doesn’t recognize Louie’s voice.
Dan and the crew discuss PCP and bath salts. Which do you prefer? How about asian carp vs zebra mussels? No? Not to worry, Louie calls in eventually to steer the conversation away from consuming bad things.
This week’s Best Of is mandatory. Mandatory fun that is! Because we had Weird Al on. And that’s the name of his album. Whatever, that was funny and you know it.
Barry Brewer, Louie Anderson, Wendy Liebman, Tim Lammers, Bob Sansevere. These were the ingredients chosen to create the perfect best of. And then there’s some more of the hockey legends too.
Louie showers Wendy with compliments when he sees her being humble. Apparently it worked because now they want to do a show together in Miami.
In the past we’ve often talked about the old days of Minnesota radio. In fact, I believe we just had a show about that a couple weeks ago. Well, here’s another one, this time featuring Joe’s take on why everything’s gone to hell. Bonus topics: football, bandmates that hated each other, and The Soup.
It’s Tom’s birthday complete with cake and dog fights. Todd is here to legitimize the party.
Our first ever Best Of compilation features several names you’ve come to recognize on the show over the years. Hear the first time they graced us with their presence.
Louie’s in to discuss his new podcast, we reminisce about the 500th episode, and we finalize the plans for the State Fair. For real this time.
It’s our 500th episode and we’re not calling it a spectacular for no reason. We’re live at the New Hope Cinema Grill, Louie showed up, and we’ve got several regulars with many more to come.