Two Canadians in Tokyo talk about Canadian football, Japanese baseball and other things they find entertaining (usually only to them). Currently ranked as the 4th best Canadian Football Podcast originating from an Asian country. They drink too much and it shows.
2021-Ep01 - You Shook Pee All Night Long
Lanny & Scotty are back with a one-off look at the 2021 season. Join them as they talk cellar-dwellers, over-achievers and nervous pee-ers. Warning - unlike wine, they haven't gotten better with age. In fact, they aged more like milk
2019-Ep22 - My (Grey) Cup Runneth Over
In their yearly "Best of Lanny & Scotty" ("best" is a very subjective term), the lads talk Grey Cup 2019, look at some recent changes around the league & revisit some of their favorite bits from 2019
2019-Ep21 - A Little Drought Goes A Long Way
Lanny & Scotty go to a bar to discuss the division finals, ask random bar patrons their Grey Cup predictions & Scotty loses yet another bet with embarrassing consequences
2019-Ep20 - It's Als Over But The Crying
Lanny & Scotty look at last week's divisional semis, discuss the divisional finals that are fast approaching & make a return trip to Quarterback Mountain
2019-Ep19 - DeVone The Road Again
Lanny & Scotty talk the end of regular season, look ahead to the playoffs & put some wind in the sails of the old rumour mill
2019-Ep18 - Zach In The Saddle Again
Lanny & Scotty discuss week 20 results,look ahead to the final week of regular season & just in time for Halloween, dissect the horror that is the Redblacks
Love this podcast!
Enhances your CFL experience
As a lifelong CFL fan who lives in Japan, I feel like this podcast was created for me. But even if you don’t live in Japan, these boys give a great take on the weekly CFL action. Seriously, it’s a better podcast than anything produced by the CFL.
While what happened in the CFL this week sounds Greek to me, it is easy to find how much the two Canadian guys in Tokyo are addicted to the league and are sending their maximum love to the players in the home country. Unbelievable is that, probably with the hang-over heads, every week they watch the “live” broadcast that usually starts at 4:30 am (!!) in their 2nd homeland. May the happiness- and friendship-filled conversation between the half-drunk but pleasant enthusiasts lasts forever!
Just one reservation on this program remains to me. The opening jingle apparently sounds “Chinese,” which might implant a wrong hearsay to the people living in their original homeland. Hope that it will soon be substituted with a typical “Japanese” one such as “Gagaku” (Japanese Classical Instrumental Music).