We're back again today with Dominic Rivera sitting in. In this episode, we talk about Bill O'Reilly's departure from Fox News, then transition to talkkng about a couple other men who were problematic with women. Next, we get into what music kids are listening to these days. After that, we discuss Ted Nugent, Sarah Palin, and Kid Rock's behavior during their White House visit. And we close out with some thoughts on Alex Jones and a recent fight between a passenger and a flight attendant on American Airlines.
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This week, we're joined by the hilarious Dominic Rivera. We start this one talking about the greatness that is Cajun Sparkle. Then, we move on to some comedy talk and how The Root threw shade at George Lopez last week. After that, we discuss the recent suicide of Aaron Hernandez and the new revelations about how his sexuality may have played a role. And we close out talking about the Patriots visit to the White House and what reasons some players may have had for going.
Andy's CD "Vintage" is available for preorder now, and will be on sale everywhere you get digital albums on 4/25.
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We're back again today with the great Sampson McCormick (@OfficialSampson). We start this one off talking about a bizarre lesbian robot that goes grocery shopping. Then, we get the story of the time Sampson had an awkward interaction with Jimmy Walker after he was booked to open for him. And we close out with some thoughts on the Dez Bryant vs. Shannon Sharpe debate and how it relates to respectability politics.
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This week, we're joined by the great Sampson McCormick (@OfficialSampson). We start this episode getting to know Sampson's backstory and how he ended up living in the bay area. Then, we talk about activism which leads us into Sampson's thoughts on trans issues. That takes us into a discussion on trigger warnings and things you shouldn't say on stage. And we close out talking about the spectrum of sexuality.
We're back again today with the great Petey Steele sitting in. We start this one talking about LaVar Ball blaming his son's white teammates for UCLA's tournament loss. Then, we discuss the differences in coverage if a black athlete decided to party the way Rob Gronkowski does. That takes us on a detour into the details of the infamous Vikins party boat scandal. And we close out with some thoughts on the recent Kendall Jenner Pepsi commercial.
This week, we're joined by #3SPN favorite, Petey Steele (@SteelebornDC). We start this episode with a couple emails and tweets that continue our recent conversations on Chappelle, problematic comedy, and words you can't say. Then, we talk about how reality TV has changed the way people interact with each other. And we close out with some reactions to Trump's recent Syrian missile strike. Oh, and stay tuned through the end of the show to hear a track from Andy's upcoming CD.
We're back again today with the great Franqi French. We start this episode with an exploration of what all the letters after LGBTQ mean. Then, we examine the strange details of Mike Pence's marriage before moving on to Bill O'Reilly's comments about Maxine Waters last week. Next, we discuss Geno Auriemma's explanation on why there aren't more female college basketball coaches. And we close out with a Franqi tale about her very muscular brother.
We're joined this week by SP Nation favorite, Franqi French (@FranqiFrench). We start this episode with some comedy show recaps and a bit of odd feedback Franqi recently received. Next, we check out a couple listener emails before moving on to the story of an Uber driver who took her man's side chick right to his house. And we close out with some discussion about the more problematic elements of the recent Dave Chappelle specials.
We start this episode with some Trump talk before transitioning into whether men should hug, and what's wrong with big game hunters. Then, we discuss a white supremacist who's trying to get some good PR for racists like him. After that, we take apart the reasons why Colin Kaepernick is still out of a job. And we close out talking about whether college athletes should get paid, and what would happen if Floyd Mayweather actcually fought Conor McGregor.
Hey, guess who's back this week? The one and only Tim Miller. We start this episode with Randolph recapping his time in NYC last weekend during St. Patrick's Day. Then, some listener emails have us talking abut HBCU's, giving relationship advice, and revisitng the slave food discussion from a couple weeks ago. And we finish off with some talk about all the comedy specials that have come out in recent weeks, and our thoughts on both of Dave Chappelle's new specials.
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