It’s heritage day, which isn’t a whole lot different from usual, except this time we have two people whose lineage changes according to their whim.
In a shocking reversal of orthodoxy, a lawyer dials us. So what do we talk about? Why, the past and future of radio, of course. It’s what we know. That and the Vikes. Go meat! Or whatever.
Donald Trump is the name on everyone’s mind, and on Michael’s book. He’s rich, he’s loud, and he might be president. What’s his angle? Find out in Never Enough.
Have you ever read the comments section? Have you ever watched The Comment Section? The latter is a show by Michael Kosta, though the two are directly related.
Tim Slagle is in studio and at Acme Comedy Company at the exact same time. Tom however, is in neither for some reason. Join us as Tom goes MIA and the crew tries to keep the ship afloat.
Tom doesn’t agree with Andrew Zimmern’s success, as he makes clear multiple times. This prompts Mike Bryant to call in and attempt to steer the topic elsewhere.
We’ve got four regulars on the show today so the topic doesn’t stay in one place for too long. In a way it’s a variety show, but in another more literal way it’s not. It’s just a show with variety. They’re different concepts.
It’s been two long years but Tom Papa’s back. This time he’s got Boom, he’s got Kristyn to talk about the Ben Affleck thing, and he’s got daughters obsessed with Youtube celebrities. So we’re good on content.
Don’t carry around suspicious quantities of heroin. Don’t walk around in the path of a roller coaster. And definitely don’t give your daughter cocaine in a strip club. If you can manage these three things you’ll fare better than the average news story today.
Kurt Cobain has been dead for quite some time, but his legacy lives on in the form of millions of dollars. Well, and the music and documentaries (such as Montage of Heck by Brett Morgen), but money’s all that matters.