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Featuring: Good TV shows, Ian Punnett, and Dave Mordal
The sickness is spreading and one by one our heroes are falling ill and feeling bad. But we have Brenda Willis on and she talks about raising 12 kids; keeping things in perspective.
It’s not often a good idea to drink 23 espressos of caffeine a day. Add a liter of vodka to the mix and you’ve got yourself a cocktail of doom. Literally. But it’s still better than going to Vegas.
Many moons ago, Neil was a pickup artist to the stars. It seemed like every male under the age of 25 in the country was “playing” The Game. Now Neil is undoing what he did, seeing his behavior as coming from an unhealthy place. Like Qdoba.
Jeff Kinney, creator of Diary of a Wimpy Kid joins the show to talk about his upcoming tour and theater debut! We also talk to Kristyn Burtt about movies and a new and improved Doug Sprinthall pays us a visit.
Celebrity Chef Graham Elliot may have lost a ton of weight but his food is still delicious. Listen in for another heaping helping of audio goodness.
When you think homeless mountain climbers, think Mike and Stephen, the premier organizers of homeless mountain climbs. It may sound weird, and arguably it is, but it also has a purpose. Watch A New High to find out what it is.
Today we have two guests who need no introduction, but they’ll get one anyway. Jay’s current job to the stars is Marty Grossman on Ray Donovan, one of the preferred television experiences of the Barnard household. Billy West is a name you may not recognize but it’s a voice you’re probably familiar with. Fry from […]
Apparently the Crossfit thing wasn’t just a passing thought. At the very least, he’s still thinking about it. In other good news, the Cubs are on pace to winning the world series just like Back to the Future 2 predicted.
Welcome to the Stone Zone. That’s technically the name of Roger’s website, but it’s also the name of wherever he happens to be at the time. In the Stone Zone we hate both Republicans and Democrats. That’s a good thing because it happens to align with Tom’s frequently proclaimed views.