Pour a lil' drinkypoo and join Jim Lahey and Randy for chat, cookery, special guests and more as they blunder their way through the funniest and most dysfunctional podcast on air!
Episode 16 - Make Randy's Kitchen Great Again
Mr. Lahey has been drunk every single day in 2017, and he and Randy are excited to usher in the Year of the Cock! They interview their “best guest ever,” a yo-yo expert that Lahey met at the laundromat.
Plus: Randy’s Kitchen goes to a whole new level!
Episode 15 - Smaller Buns in 2017
Randy reflects on 2016 and makes some healthy resolutions for 2017 but the show goes to s**t as soon as Lahey wakes up from his liquor nap. Marguerite arrives and she’s P*SSED, Bobby Mac shows up with a burning desire, and the SwearNet crew have a singalong!
Episode 14 - A S**t Hawk in a S**t Tree
The spirit of Christmas has consumed Mr. Lahey! The 6/10 drunk trailer park supervisor bought gifts for everyone in Sunnyvale! On Randy’s Kitchen, Bobandy serves up some Christmas Burgers, and a special guest from the park joins the show for a sippy-poo.
Episode 13 - The Shart Tank Pt. 2
Lahey and Randy are still looking for ideas that will take Sunnyvale to the next level. On the latest Shart Tank, will Nova Scotian actor/mime/jaw-model Rhys Bevan-John’s win the burger of acceptance?
Episode 12 - The Shart Tank
It’s a time for renewal in Sunnyvale and Mr. Lahey and Randy are now looking for the next great idea to take the park to another level. The first guest on THE SHART TANK is author, sailor, smuggler, and singer Tom Gallant! What does he envision for the future of Sunnyvale?
Episode 11 - Mr. Lahey Hates Halloween
Randy is excited for Halloween (he even made brain burgers for Randy’s Kitchen), but Mr. Lahey is a wreck, due to the painful memories of Halloween 1977. Instead, Mr. Lahey would rather have a sippy-poo and share footage of a recent trip he and Randers took to Peggy’s Cove, Nova Scotia!
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