Episode 222: Mac and David somehow get sucked into talking about alternate earth scenarios, sports, pro wrestling, and Looper. This episode isn’t helping anyone get laid. Also Sunken Valley Mayoral Aide Craig Bettencourt drops by.
Original air date 06/16/12.
Opener: “Starry Eyes” by The Records, from the Smashes Crashes & Near Misses: Best of Collection
“Cellophane” by LadyHawke, from the album Anxiety
Closer: “Honey Joy” by Royal Headache, from their self-titled album
Episode 164: Your radio lions killed it this week. Mac and David talk about the Texas Relays, U2, awkward customer service, dog psychics, and more. Plus, Craig Bettencourt calls in to talk about a mayoral initiative.Opener: “Silver Steps” by Royal Bangs, from the album Flux Outside
“Heaven’s Gonna Happen” by The Pains of Being Pure at Heart, from the album Belong
“Phenomena” by the Yeah Yeah Yeahs, from the album Show Your Bones
“Killer” by Obits, from the album Moody, Standard & Poor
Episode 042: Mac arrives late, so we join the show already in progress. David talks about his boiling point. The boys are disgusted by a “collectible ring” seen here. David took a bullet and watched The Love Guru. A return call from an advertising representative.
“L.E.S. Artistes” by Santogold, off her self-titled debut
“Utilitarian” by Spoon, off the album Series of Sneaks
Episode 015: The hardships continue as the show is moved to a new, smaller studio which brings about all new technical difficulties. Some talk about omens and best and worst eBay purchases. An advertising representative takes issue with Mac and David’s rejection of on-air ads.
Opener: “Use it Tonight” by the New Pornographers, off the album Twin Cinema
Closer: “Hey Tonight” by Creedence Clearwater Revival, off the album Pendulum