Our Latest Episodes:
Episode 107 – Fasten Your Seat Belts
Recorded August 13, 2018. In what only can be described as a perfect storm of sports podcasting the Duke Blue Devils men’s basketball team landed in Toronto this week and not only was Josh at Coach K’s press conference he asked the first question! He then followed that up by catching up with NCAA basketball guru Jay Bilas. The guys also catch up on all the big sports news since their last recording session: Sox-Yanks, MLB Trade deadline, Johnny Manziel and Vlad’s Hall of Fame speech. There’s some big controversy in Josh’s fantasy baseball pool and some listener feedback on a few sports songs that didn’t make the cut.
Episode 106 – The Americans
Recorded July 15, 2018. Skip and Josh recap the final season of The Americans and look back at some of the memorable moments and characters from the series including the Jennings family, Stan, Kimmy, Pastor Tim, the disguises, Martha, Nina, the big confrontation in the garage as well as some of the amazing music. The guys also speculate about what would happen next if the show had one more season.
Episode 105 – Our Top Sports Songs
Recorded July 15, 2018.
Skip and Josh countdown their top ten sports songs.
Our complete lists with links is here.
Episode 104 – Standard Operating Procedure
Recorded July 15, 2018. The World Cup has ended, how hard did Skip take England’s semifinal loss (2:09)? The baseball season is at its midpoint (10:26). Are fans still interested in the All Star game? Has the homerun Derby lost its appeal? Plus, the guys share some All Star game memories. Josh is fascinated by a couple of possible rule changes in the NBA (30:26), while Skip would like Terrell Owens to grow up (38:22). Of course there is a bit of NHL talk (39:55), listener mail and some concert recommendations.
Episode 103 – They Broke My Heart
Recorded July 8, 2018. With the World Cup down to the Final Four Josh has some soccer questions for Skip (2:13), including the origin of the England anthem 3 Lions and exactly how badly does Skip want an England win. In the NHL (17:57) there’s some listener mail on the Tavares signing, meanwhile things keep getting worse for the Habs. Its been twenty-five years since a Canadian team won the Cup. Which Canadian franchise has the best chance to break the streak? Josh also talks about how his heart was broken when his favorite player was traded (it’s not who you think). In baseball (31:03) Josh has a some more rule changes that could speed up the game.
Read Skip’s England World Cup Blog Here.
Episode 102- I’m Going to Vomit
Recorded July 1, 2018. In this episode Skip and Josh debate the correct criteria when voting for a league MVP (4:01). Josh is sick to his stomach over the announcement that Gary Bettman has been elected into the Hockey Hall of Fame (9:25). The only free agent signing of consequence in the NHL was John Tavares signing with the Leafs (15:11). How good can the Leafs be next season? Meanwhile, in the NBA its all about The Decision Part Three (22:28). Josh is full of things that are bugging him including tipping at restaurants. The guys close the show (33:28) by chatting about Tim Tebow and overpriced greeting cards.
Episode 101 – Does He Have His Driver’s License Yet?
Recorded June 25, 2018. Josh starts the show all fired up about golf?! The guys discuss the NHL and NBA drafts (11:16) before focusing their attention on some of the big news in hockey: the secret John Tavares meetings, the Max Pacioretty trade that never happened and Barry Trotz’s new gig with the Islanders. Major League Baseball is contemplating some crazy rule changes (32:15) and Josh has a couple of strange injury stories. The show closes (44:23) with a World Cup question and a song of the summer update.
About the Show
While this show may be fairly new to you, in reality it has been going on for a very long time. There have been so many epic debates and conversations over the past twenty five years that at one point we realized that we should be recording our conversations because we had way more to say than most of the sports commentators you see and hear on mainstream TV and radio. This is really a show about how sports affects us.
We will both tell you that one of us is right and the other one is wrong, but the truth is we often agree.
We do this show because we love talking sports. We don’t make any money doing this but if you want to pay us, there’s a good chance we will take your cash.
We have attended countless sporting events together from Montreal Expos games at Olympic Stadium to Duke Blue Devil basketball games during March Madness. We have been teammates and roommates, and one thing is for certain when we are in a car together if a song comes on the radio, at least one of us will be able tell you the title and artist.
Hope you enjoy our show,
Skip and Josh