In which Jeff and KC return to the epically bad-A show that is Game of Thrones (or, as KC calls it "The Games of the Throne") to discuss various and sundry topics illuminated onscreen thereby; Child Foresters are seen piercing men with black things; Sansa gives Littlefinger a piece of her mind (while also passing his news off as her own); Jon Snow furrows his brow; a Tormund leers at a Brienne; KC is "not having it"; KC been getting caught up; dragons, inspirational speeches, and touching goodbyes; some other stuff with Daenarys and Meara and other ladies who really kick ass; and yeah, that terrible, awful thing that Bran has to witness (or cause, depending on how you see it), namely, the death of a lifelong friend and faithful companion; and the internet breaks as a result.
P.S. Listen to next week's episode with Casey McLain to find out about Dude Casey, Lady KC and much more!
In which Jeff and KC discuss the most recent episode of Game of Thrones, Season 6, episode 4, "Book of the Stranger"; our heroes go over the plot, their favorite moments, studying the characters and their motivations, and speculating wildly over the upcoming revelations of this most awesome show.
Songs in this episode:
"Game of Cats" performed by El Jefe Tacoma
"Jacked Up Theme" performed by El Jefe Tacoma
In which Jeff and KC discuss a variety of fun topics, and we learn a little bit more about their personal stories; Mother's Day has come and gone, but not without a few tears; KC describes her biggest fears (including heights and snakes); Jeff has brain problems; our intrepid hosts explore their souls in poetic fashion in The Writing Process; KC regales us with tales of the roller derby life, introducing us to such teams as the Dockyard Derby Dames, Rainier City Rollers, Jet City, and Rat City Roller Girls; we learn of the sweet Dungeons and Dragons podcast with Brian Posehn (and friends); the news is discussed; baseball has returned and the Mariners are crushing it like never before; bus service is improving and yet KC still has yet to ride one; sales taxes increase in Tacoma and KC is not having it; Brandon Harvey of the Sounds Good podcast interviews super positive Snapchatter Sarah Hopkins; Splatterhouse Records celebrates its one-year anniversary, and more!
Closing Song: "Last Caress" - Hot Roddin' Romeos (Splatterhouse Records)
Grit City Podcast presents Thursday Night Comedy at the Acme w/host Josh Firestine
Dockyard Derby Championship
Captain Jean-Luc Picard Day at Destiny City Comics
In which KC, Jeff, and Fred continue their discussion on cheating, swinging, human evolution, and other important issues; "Where Dem Dragons At?" makes its triumphant return with a full-on in-depth discussion of Game of Thrones Season 6, Episode 2: "Home"; Theon Greyjoy says goodbye to Sansa; Lord Greyjoy crosses a shitty bridge and pays the Iron Price; The Red Witch loses her religion; Davos decides magic isn't all that bad; Jon snow is brought back to life, and the world of Throne watchers doth rejoice.
Closing song: "Lost Boy" by Ruth B
In which Jeff and KC welcome back Tacoma's own comic legend, Fred Bowski, to discuss such topics as 50 Shades of Gray, Beyonce's latest lemonade masterwork, cheating, swinging, and many other fascinating insights worthy of your auditory imbibery.
Don't forget to get out there and take in some local art, comedy, and music, and create some art yourself. You deserve it!
Closing Song: "Burn the Witch" - Radiohead
In which Jeff gives a shout-out to all the moms out there, including three special ladies in his life. Happy Mothers Day, y'all!
In which Jeff and KC bring a trio of awesome comedians to the new Tacoma Mailman Studios and put on a great party/comedy show; original guest cohost Fred Bowski drops by to wax poetic and ask Jeff uncomfortable questions; friend of the show Erica Knapp calls in with a sweet message; co-founder and original producer calls in with a message of support; wonderful Tacoma comedian Jim Stewart Allen explains how he became a history-based comic; awesome headliner Chase Roper comes on, drinks white wine, and describes the craziness that is his domestic existence; Jeff forgets the entire format of the show; and comedy erupts creating a show no one can hear because that's not how standup comedy works.
Songs in this episode:
"Soul Flight" - The Revivalists
"Chateau Lobby #4" & "Awful Things" - Father John Misty
"Oh! Darlin" - The Beatles
brief mention of RA Scion - Spotify that shit!
Signature cocktail - The Oregon Cocktrail