197 episodes

Real Good Show is a Vancouver-based sports-talk comedy and culture podcast with a focus on hockey, the Vancouver Canucks, and beyond. Join Justin Morissette as he talks with sportswriters, broadcasters, comedians, musicians, actors, filmmakers, authors and bloggers about the sports stories that matter to them. Hopefully that matters to you, too.

Real Good Show Justin Morissette

    • Sports
    • 4.9, 126 Ratings

Real Good Show is a Vancouver-based sports-talk comedy and culture podcast with a focus on hockey, the Vancouver Canucks, and beyond. Join Justin Morissette as he talks with sportswriters, broadcasters, comedians, musicians, actors, filmmakers, authors and bloggers about the sports stories that matter to them. Hopefully that matters to you, too.

    182 - Roxy Flu (with The Puck Bunnies, Audrey & Christina)

    182 - Roxy Flu (with The Puck Bunnies, Audrey & Christina)

    This week on the show that needed a few days to recover from last weekend, returning champions AUDREY & CHRISTINA from PUCK BUNNIES bring their belts back to the show to talk the NHL Draft, Tyler Myers and the problem with free agency, trading a first round pick for J.T. Miller, and their newfound celebrity status after rubbing shoulders with the NHL media elites and being recognized in the streets. PLUS: The girls go deep into Justin’s astrology chart, and Audrey is dying after one magic night at The Roxy.
    Follow Audrey on Twitter: @aud_bowler
    Follow Christina on Twitter: @floozyesq
    Follow Puck Bunnies on Twitter: @puckbunnies_pod
    This show is produced by listeners like you! Support the show at patreon.com/RealGoodShow, where an actual honest to god bonus episode will appear in the next few weeks.
    Outro Music: “Kids In America”, by Kim Wilde

    • 1 hr 20 min
    181 - The D Stands For Draft (with J.D. Burke)

    181 - The D Stands For Draft (with J.D. Burke)

    This week on the show that’s all about prospects (except when it’s not), the editor-in-chief of Elite Prospects J.D. BURKE returns to the show to talk how the order might fall, the depth of the 2019 class, and which prospects Canucks fans should rejoice or cringe if the team picks at 10th. PLUS: The takeaway lessons of a bad Stanley Cup Final, how we were screwed no matter who won, the late-career utility of Edler and Tanev, and memories of our friend Jason Botchford.
    Follow J.D. on Twitter: @JDylanBurke
    This show is produced by listeners like you. Support the show at patreon.com/RealGoodShow.
    Outro Music: “Kids”, by PUP

    • 1 hr 17 min
    180 - Swimming With Sharks (with Sie Morley)

    180 - Swimming With Sharks (with Sie Morley)

    This week on the show that may have benefitted from some officiating here and there along the way, SIE MORLEY of Fear The Fin stops by to talk all things San Jose Sharks: their playoff run, the futures of Joe Thornton and Erik Karlsson, and the one weird trick doctors don’t want you to know about how Doug Wilson’s team has remained competitive over two decades. PLUS: Barstool towels, confessing to war crimes, what the heck’s going on with the ECHL’s Kelly Cup trophy, and why no one’s really interested in Blues vs Bruins.
    Follow Sie on Twitter: @nowyousieme
    Support the show at www.patreon.com/RealGoodShow — this show is produced by the support of listeners like you.
    Outro Music: “Consolation Prizes”, by Phoenix

    • 1 hr 32 min
    179 - So Tight, Like A Playoff Game (with Mike Martignago)

    179 - So Tight, Like A Playoff Game (with Mike Martignago)

    This week on the show here to talk about Bose Horvats and Brock Bozo, former Vancouver sports radio producer / host turned international man of mystery MIKE MARTIGNAGO joins the program for an update on what he’s been up to since going off the grid, the grind of trying to live the dream, Francesco Aquilini’s Twitter, Trevor Linden’s redemption, John Weisbrod’s bizarre resumé, the ongoing scandals surrounding Whitecaps FC, a spirited debate on whether sports newsroom employees are allowed to feel joy over positive results, and an inside scoop on Kawhi’s off-season plans. PLUS: Ralph Rantignago shares his experiences with wage theft, and we share memories of our friend Jason Botchford.
    Follow Mike on Twitter: @MikeMartignago
    Follow Ralph on Twitter: @RalphRantignago
    Support the show at patreon.com/RealGoodShow
    Outro Music: “Should’ve Known Better”, by Richard Marx

    • 1 hr 57 min
    178 - Where Were You Last Night? An Oral History of The Shot (with Blake Murphy, Max Kerman, Sportsfeld's Andrew Zuber & Jake Goldsbie, Sean Woodley, Vivek Jacob, Devang Desai, Rob Rousseau, Josh Custodio & Vyas Saran)

    178 - Where Were You Last Night? An Oral History of The Shot (with Blake Murphy, Max Kerman, Sportsfeld's Andrew Zuber & Jake Goldsbie, Sean Woodley, Vivek Jacob, Devang Desai, Rob Rousseau, Josh Custodio & Vyas Saran)

    This week on the show that gets it to go, it’s a very special episode as a wide array of guests stop in to answer one question: Where were you last night? Writers, podcasters, artists and fans share their perspectives on The Shot — Kawhi Leonard’s Game 7 buzzer beater to keep the Raptors’ playoff hopes alive. Already an iconic moment in both NBA and Toronto sports history, we break it all down with an examination of the moment. An oral history of The Shot. Joining me to do so are:
    Sean Woodley, Raptors HQ & Locked On Raptors (0:07:50)
    Blake Murphy, The Athletic (0:21:23)
    Max Kerman, Arkells (0:32:53)
    Andrew Zuber, Yahoo Sports Canada & Sportsfeld (0:40:19)
    Josh Custodio, bartender & Top Marks (0:53:42)
    Rob Rousseau, writer & 49th Parahell (1:03:56)
    Devang Desai, theScore & Open Era (1:28:32)
    Vyas Saran, Maclean’s & Roxy Fever (1:42:30)
    Jake Goldsbie, actor & Sportsfeld (1:46:02)
    Vivek Jacob, Yahoo Sports Canada & Locked On Raptors (2:11:37)
    Tremendous talents all, and I thank them for their time and stories.
    If you like the show, please support it at Patreon.com/RealGoodShow.
    Outro Music: “Compromise”, by Shad
     

    • 2 hrs 31 min
    177 - A Botch Conversation (with Chris Faber)

    177 - A Botch Conversation (with Chris Faber)

    This week on the show that’s still grieving, I reflect a bit on the takeaway lessons of Jason Botchford’s friendship and incredible professional impact, and how I feel changed personally and professionally since his passing. I wanted to put together a tribute show this week collecting stories from people who knew him like I did, and people who knew him better than me. But the timing didn’t feel quite right to do that. I couldn’t bring myself to do it, anyway. Not yet. But I did share my own stories of the man and the way he helped me with CHRIS FABER of CanucksArmy on his podcast, and with his permission have republished that conversation in full with my own introduction.
    I strongly recommend Faber’s full podcast, talking with Georgia Twiss, myself, Jackson McDonald, J.D. Burke, Harman Dayal, Clay Imoo, Cory Hergott and Ryan Biech. It runs over 5 hours and is as cathartic as it is heart-wrenching. You can find it by searching for Canucks Conversation wherever you get your podcasts.
    I want to thank Chris for getting me going and allowing me to spill these stories at a time when I did not feel up to talking to anyone about anything. The kid can interview.
    Find Chris on Twitter: @ChrisFaber39
    Outro Music: “Sample in a Jar”, by Phish

    • 1 hr 13 min

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
126 Ratings

126 Ratings

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Review

All the episodes are good, except for episode 160.

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