Wolfgang is back, Bleaklings! Kevin gets a hot update on Wolfie’s life before he chats with Matt about hot dates and sweaty advice. Then, comedian / homecoming royalty Sean Hyatt returns to the show to riff with the boys on dance anxiety, high school party buses, and near death experiences. Plus, Millennial Pastor Lars stops by the studio to hype up his hip church and bring a little Jesus into the lives of Ross Dress For Less customers!
Adam talks to comedians Travis Clark and Andy Sell about “elevated” horror movies, $80 coffee beans, the golden age of network television, and so much more!
Adam and Chet look into the fast rise and even faster fall of the first internet sensation, Beanie Babies!
Originally recorded in March 2018, available publicly for the first time, Adam and Connor review the insane Netflix documentary Wormwood, which tells the tale of a guy the CIA secretly dosed with LSD to the point he jumped out a window. At least that’s the version of events they want you to believe.
Adam and Kari discuss an insane cult that planned to train Brazilian orphans to take down the leadership of the Mormon church.
Welcome to a crisply refreshing installment of Bleak in Review! Matt and Kevin talk of chat rooms, Matt’s weekend fatigue, and Kevin’s trippy arcade times. Then, comedian and one-third of the Lady to Lady podcast Brandie Posey stops by to chat with the boys about her take on astrology and fictional childhood heroes. Plus, gnome real estate agent Chuddles Pinkelvoss stops by to pitch some gingerbread properties and Brandie unleashes a slew of classic catchphrases! With Erik Barnes.
Adam welcomes Brett Rader and Randall Maynard to talk about inspirational quotes, adults who wear graphic tees, Jeffrey Epstein’s chances of surviving prison, and so much more!
Adam, Andy, and Travis discuss the recording and release of Korn’s most commercially successful album, Follow The Leader.
Adam talks to comedian Jeff May about nothing in particular.
In this hot ep, Matt tells Kevin about his famous mugshot and the boys break down their first youthful experiences with alcohol. Then, comedians / good boys Evan Kessler and Adam Allgood stop by to chat with the fellas about pool culture, Evan’s aversion to farts, and rudeness in the service industry.