Find out who will take home the most prestigious awards in all of sports and entertainment as Skip and Josh review the year in sports by handing out awards for best team, best play, best game and ultimate MVP. They also hand out non-sports related awards for TV, movies, music and podcasts.
This one is a little hard to explain. The guys put their fandom of their favorite teams to the test with this question- What if all of your favorite teams were playing in their championship game on the same day at the same time, which one would you watch? Also in this episode: Bagels, Listener mail plus some Netflix and podcast recommendations.
In this episode: Sports documentaries worth watching and the proposed playoff format in the NHL. Josh says he’s done with watching classic games, meanwhile Skip isn’t so sure he will even watch live sports as fanatically as before. The guys revisit the 1982 MLB All-Star game, some TV notes from this week and have a few podcast recommendations. Joe Rogan and Spotify rocked the podcast world this week and the guys discuss how much cash they would need to be offered to sign exclusively with one platform.
Recorded May 23, 2020.
In this episode: Listener mail, questions about the Major League Baseball season, some actual college basketball news and betting on weather. The guys have been watching plenty of classic games and share some recommendations for TV, movies and podcasts. Recorded March 28, 2020.
The guys start the show with College Basketball and Duke’s huge win over Kentucky. In the NHL (12:43) some Senators players got into some trouble with an Uber driver and there were some big coaching changes. Also in this episode: NFL gambling advice (24:38), MLB free agents (26:09) and Josh has some podcast recommendations (30:20).
Recorded September 10, 2018. In this episode the guys break down the big stories of week one in the NFL (2:21): Did the Bears implode? Is Aaron Rodgers human? The Browns didn’t lose, the Chiefs came as advertised and the Jaguars are somehow still committed to their quarterback. The Montreal Canadiens finally traded their captain Max Pacioretty (15:13). What’s next for the Habs and are they finally admitting that they are rebuilding? There are some strong opinions about Serena Williams outburst at the U.S. Open (25:28), Skip helps Josh to try and understand E-Sports (33:00) and the show closes with a couple of podcast recommendations.
Recorded June 16, 2018. Skip and Josh celebrate their one hundredth episode by looking back at the first ninety-nine. The episode was supposed to be a look back at the show’s origins but Habs GM Marc Bergevin forced a change of plans with a controversial trade (5:27). Eventually the guys do reminisce about their favorite episodes so far (12:06), how they feel about having guests and discuss how the show got started. There’s also a special version of What Bugs Me (37:46)
Recorded Dec 2, 2017. It’s Josh’s birthday and would you believe he broke his nose playing hockey. The Grey Cup game was played in the most Canadian way possible. Skip was in New York this week and doesn’t want to hear any more about Tiger Woods or Eli Manning. Josh has subscribed to a new podcast and Skip has unsubscribed from one. The Habs appear to be back on track now that they have rediscovered their old system. The guys also discuss the World Cup draw.