After finally reaching the Cobra Commander our heroes face down the return of three conspicuous dressed ninjas. Then it’s time to send this adventure rocketing full throttle into the future. In the world of Feng Shui the future is Bananas and it takes all of Inspector Jackie’s willpower to stop himself from going ape.
Never skip breakfast. Whatever it takes.
What’s crappening in this episode: #GDBQR2014, putting Tony Kolt on blast, coming out the knees, shout out to Sam Kirkland, Slipknot and Korn, Hope Diamond, Young Money, Garnier Fructis, doing anything for money, Hello Kitty isn’t a cat, the worst article we’ve ever gotten, tasteful 9/11 memorials, Cheesie’s is insensitive, this is rock bottom
This week James and Alex are very excited to have the enigmatic and eccentric founders and propreiters of the underground performing arts club known as The Shithole. Zach Bartz and Kevin Gerrity host one of the coolest shows in Chicago, and we ask them to overshare about post-marital sex, give advice to an adult man still under the influence of his girlfriend’s parents, and re-visit our Today I F*cked Up segment!
Our heroes begin to ascend the tower, however this journey brings them perilously close to the venomous jaws of the cobra! Can our heroes outwit the conniving commandos?
Romeo and Rodney from the Flavor Savers are in the kitchen! Pat and the guys hit it home when talking about baseball, musical niches, and going retro. After the dance, Millwood Smiley joins the podcast to discuss his new book What Your Brain Does: and Why is it Interesting. The conversation leads the group to a quick trip to the beach, and back to Millwood’s book store on the legendary and hip (according to Russell Crowe) Riverwalk in Naperville, IL.
Last week Ernie made the bold claim that he’d hit Barry Switzer right in the nose, so we brought Barry on to see if this score could be settled. Little did we know Barry Switzer would be pushing his new line of products, Switzer Sweets. Get ready for some truth!
Two years after busting up the Cobra run drug gang in New York, Inspector Jackie (Chris Sims) is visited by his brother Ray, his niece Angela (Kat Murphy), and notable street tough Tommy Euphrates (John Patrick Coan.) A lot has changed for our heroes in two years, but somethings never change as a policeman’s ball turns into a deadly hostage crisis. The shadow of doom looms over our rag tag team as they face down an old enemy. Can they prevail? Listen in and find out!
James and Alex at The Overshare proudly present the dumbest episode we’ve ever recorded. Joining us to bring you this 50 minute blooper of an episode are Benji Orlansky and John Patrick Coan. We probe reddit for some meaningful suggestions and immediately jump the rails and stay off them for a barn-burning 45 minutes. Don’t listen to this, but please listen to this.
What’s crappening in this episode: #GDBQR2014, The Disney vault, Helen Keller could see and hear, #HalloweenCreep2K14, candy corn, Colgate Optic White, hurricane categories, Weekly World News, half man half aligator, Devolution Gun, Yahoo Serious, trained bears, huge North Korea book, Tusken Raiders aren’t canon, we forgot plumbing, half of Doctor Who is lost, manatees are not mermaids