Annie Donley and Griffin Wenzler join Alex and James to Overshare for their first time! We talk about the fictional characters or events that make us cry, and Annie reveals an embarassing book she found in one of her teacher’s desks. We give some helpful relationship advice to a man whose wife is spitting into his water, and solve the case of the pool invasion.
What’s crappening in this episode: #GDBQR2014, Alcatraz is haunted by Civil War ghosts, chipublib.org, ways to stop an eclipse, programs for dads, Kid Cuisine, milk and cookie parties, cool RAs, cookies in spanish, what do Chinese keyboards look like, Putnam Hotel, Biketoberfest, the saddest thing you’ve ever seen
This week James is joined by his fellow judges from the Top Secret Two Page Tabletop Contest to play one of the winning entries: All Things Truly Wicked.
After an accidental week off, Claire is back in the kitchen after her impressive run on the critically acclaimed Previous Previews tournament. Pat and Claire are joined by Victoria, and quickly prove that they should really stay out of other people’s business. It turns out that borrowing things until you forget about them is not stealing, love is hard, and 9/11 was both 13 years ago and once every year. So be a good person and don’t wash your hands, it’s time to make a new friend!
Jessica Antes and Courtney Crary join us this week to find the strangler and the Thing who are hiding incognito among us. We learned how Jess got the nickname ‘Booty’, and the answer won’t surprise you!
What’s crappening in this episode: A heaping of clips that didn’t make the cut into full episodes! Literally our most offensive ramblings yet!
The last of the Summer Concert Series. This week we have a true ‘pick yourself up by your bootstraps’ story with Reggie Furlacher, who gained fame and fortune from playing in Subways. He has even made an organization for music education called Music for the Life of Kids. We hear all about how his life turned. Get ready for some truth!
It comes down to a high stakes performance as our team of rag tag magicians plots to steal the unicorn tapestry which is apparently a very important cultural treasure. There will be explosions, there will be a wedding, someone pulls a Hamlet, someone makes a U2 pun, and it all comes together with some close up magic, the dessert of magics.
This week Ali Barthwell returns to dole out some much needed relationship advice to a needy redditor, and Matt Pina joins Alex and James in judging Ali’s video game choices with much severity. We also check in on iconic host of Cheaters, Joey Del Greco.
What’s crappening in this episode: #GDBQR2014, quarters are about the size of dimes, coming up on episode 100, crazy assholes will have to eat their own shit, Gay Pride Whopper, cool cops, animals don’t know better, cat loves the troops, the dragonfly effect, everything is awful let’s start over, 8 year olds slinging racial slurs, jukebox band, what is Thomas the Tank Engine