"One down, two to go" says Hillary Clinton about the presidential debates. And it's said with such a confidence that if you didn't see the debates, you'd assume she won. And to many, she did. But what do the Dudes think? Are millennials confident in Hillary's future? Are the Gen Xer's being catered to in this in the election? Listen in and hear what the fellas feel like after hearing the two major party candidates go at it for the first time? Should other candidates be involved? We talk about it, (probably for too long).
We also recap our first Los Angeles Podcast Festival as a podcast couple. We learned a bunch and hopefully it'll show in an upward swing of quality in our future casts. But for now, enjoy our mediocrity.
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Comedian, humanitarian, America's Hair Dad, Jimmy Pardo joins the Dudes for a discussion ranging from podcasting, Stand-up Comedy inspiration, Kids, Stress, Hollywood's lack of imagination and so much more. Largely considered the pioneer of podcasting with his trailblazing show Never Not Funny, Jimmy Pardo has cultivated quite a following all over the comedy world. And it is indeed our pleasure to sit down with him and pick his brain. Gen X & Millennials agree that JP is a comedy God and you'll see why once you listen. Enjoy!
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When Nirvana released it's now history making album, Nevermind on Sept 24, 1991, one of your hosts was 18 years old. He was fresh out of high school, entering the unknown world of the big city of Boston and college life in general. Your other host was 5 years from being born. We talk about the album and what made it so important, where music was at when it arrived and where it is now.
With all the feelings that 'Nevermind' evoked, one of them was definitely one of anti-establishmentism. And that's also what we discuss on this episode. Joey's recent disillusionment with an entertainer sparks a discussion on activism, complacency and the areas in between. And we discuss whether or not "plane crash" is the preferred method of dying if you had a choice. It's a weird one. But great. You know? Enjoy
9/11 and the Iphone7. We didn't intend the rhyming scheme but still, both topics are covered in this episode (ironically numbered 11). Looking back on the last attack on American soil that we were both alive for was sobering. Joey was 5 at the time, Kurt was 28. Listen in and hear how their lives have been changed from the experience.
Plus, we see how the announcement of the latest Iphone iteration affects the different generations. Who's excited? Who couldn't be bothered? Well, you could probably guess...
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Bert Kreischer is a lot of things: A hilarious Stand-up Comic. A loving husband & father. An accomplished TV Host. And so much more! But above all he is an incredible story-teller and podcast subject. We are so honored to present to you this funny, deep, honest, real and entertaining discussion. Joey & Kurt get Bert to tell tales of "Cuckold Acting", Defending his neighborhood from drug fiends, loyalty, pitching television shows and SO MUCH MORE! Download, listen and Love. We know you will. Send Bert some love here: @bertkreischer
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Reunited and it sounds so GOOD! Joey arrives back in the Coop after almost two weeks. What has kept him away for so long? Oh, just a network Guest Star job and hosting a live event in NY, The U.S. Open Arthur Ashe Kids Day! Kurt, well, he did stuff too.... The boys also discuss current events, like the death of Gene Wilder, Colin Kaepernick's protest and the despicable Chris Brown. We also answer Twitter questions and Kurt goes deep on awkward work experiences. Enjoy!
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