We're back today with the great Dominic Rivera sitting in. We start this episode with some thoughts on the whole Charles Oakley vs James Dolan debacle. Then, we turn our attention to trying to make sense of the latest Trump news, at least at the time of this recording. And we close out with the video of a congressman who bent over backwards trying to deflect the idea of far right white terrorism.
This week, we're joined by the great Dominic Rivera. And on today's episode, we talk to Kaytlin Bailey from the Cake Comedy Tour (www.cakecomedy.com) about their upcoming show in DC on April 25th, and about what it takes to mount a comedy tour. Then, we take a trip down memory lane with some stories about The Green Room, our home club that is closing its doors soon. You'll hear all the crazy stories including the time someone took a swing at Randolph. And we close out with Randolph and Dominic's thoughts on the film I Am Not Your Negro.
We're back again today with Liz Miele (@lizmiele) sitting in. We start this episode talking about how NYC looks in the Trump era, and inappropriate politican behavior. Then, we get into how to react if you discover some of your friends are Trump supporters. Next, we talk about some of the perils of shopping and self checkout. And we close out with a couple tips on how not to conduct yourself if you're performing at a comedy club.
This week, we're joined by one of our favorite guests, the great Liz Miele (@LizMiele). We start this episode with some do's and don'ts on how to be a good babysitter. Then, we get into some comedy talk with a recap of an odd heckler at one of Liz's recent shows. Next, we discuss some of the pitfalls of using social media. And we close with some discussion on angry Trump supporters and what actually makes a good cop.
Guess who's back? It's us. We're back with the great Petey Steele (@SteelebornDC) sitting in. We start today's episode with a recap of BET's epic New Edition movie event. Then, a listener email gets us thinking about the old days of comedy in strip clubs. After that, we discuss a new movie being developed by Mel Gibson and Vince Vaughn. Randolph recaps his recent appearance on Roland Martin's TV One show. And we close out with Trump's awkward Black History Month speech, and our thoughts on the Lebron vs. Barkley feud.
We're joined again today by Dominic Rivera and D'Angelo Joyce from The Big Man Lil Man Podcast. We start this episode with a review and recap of the movie Moonlight. Then, we watch and participate in a Facebook argument happening in real time while we record. After that, we discuss Ricky Williams' recent run in with the Tyler, Texas PD. And we close out with Dominic's story of the times he visited the Bunny Ranch.
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This week, we're joined once again by Dominic Rivera along with his podcast partner, D'Angelo Joyce. Check out their podcast, The Big Man Lil Man Podcast. In this episode, a listener email gets us revisiting last week's discussion on Lee-Jackson Day. Then, we debut a brand new intro song sent in by the trio of Chad Heft, Dustin Chalifoux, and producer Weighn Beats. Next, we recap some shows from last week and give some thoughts on the vibe of DC during inauguration weekend. And we close out with the video of white supremacist Richard Spencer catching some hands.
We're back again today with Petey Steele sitting in. We start this one off talking about the importance of a good profile picture to giving you dating app success. Then, we listen to audio of a Michigan lawmaker who was caught on tape spewing racist garbage. Next, we take apart the story of a comedian who was put on blast by a woman he texted with. And we close out with some football talk and give some early Super Bowl predictions.
This week, we're joined by the great Petey Steele (@SteelebornDC). We start this episode trying to make sense of Rob Schneider's MLK Day tweet. Then, we catch up on some listener emails and reminisce about cheap movies and cheap suits. Next, we turn our attention to this week's inauguration of doom. And we close out with some discussion of Donald Trumps intentions to help the inner city, and why anyone would ever take a meeting with him. This week's outro music is provided by The Passion HiFi.
We're joined again today by everyone's favorite jar, Franqi French (@FranqiFrench). We start this episode with Andy telling the story of an odd bathroom design he encountered last weekend. Then, we discuss one of Trump's latest questionable cabinet picks. After that, we try to find out why Bo Bice is so sad. Next, we talk about the value of doing comedy in black rooms. And we close out with some thoughts on Bobby Bowden's feelings toward football players who are raised by women, and a tweet that got Steve Martin in trouble.
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