What becomes a public access legend most? Hosts Jim Sharky and Sean "The Producer" endeavor to answer just that in a weekly podcast that is surprisingly reminiscent of the Connecticut live talk show that became a hit for nearly a decade. After being "banned for life" (you can read the Wiki article for the details), Jim went off to do stand up comedy and Sean disappeared....until now.
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S04E43 - (Woodstock) 99 Problems
Jim's autism kicks in as he becomes obsessed with the recent Woodstock 99 documentary on HBO, and proceeds to get Sean enraged as well. After deconstructing the "documentary", we speak to Vermont musician Gary Wade, who attended the event and offers a reality check to the folks responsible for this agenda driven piece of revisionist history. Oh and 3X World Series champ Curt Schilling puts those "second episode" rumors to bed (OK, maybe literally NO ONE was asking for it but that's beside the point)
S04E42 - Elvis, Schmelvis! It's the Gary Alexis Comeback Special!!!
Connecticut comic and friend of the show Gary Alexis returns from "college" to share some amazing stories about life in "the joint". We also celebrate Pride month with Norm MacDonald various other sundry nonsense as we approach the 100,000 downloads milestone (no thanks to Ireland).
S04E41 - I Have a Dream
A "Proof of Life" episode just to demonstrate that we are still both free of COVID death and still in the podcast game. Jim puts the breathalyzer, and Sean's patience to the test. Disc golf hits misses in Westchester, and one of our hosts will regale you with a dream recap that includes music icons "Bad Brains", clam chowder, and a little town called in Connecticut called Cheshire.
S04E40 - Buggin' with Brii
Connecticut comic and self professed entomologist Brii Hiltz (@brii_hiltz on Instagram) takes a break from her many appearances on the Beer Man Beer podcast to show why blackface is not always offensive, and how she was a walk-on Connecticut pageant winner. We also discover that blackface is OK when it is in the context of choo choo train track frosting cosplay. Confused? Then you should prolly give it a listen. What other show boasts a Debbie Gibson paid homage to your favorite podcast?!
S04E39 - DiPaolo Five-0
Back for the attack, Jim and Sean ramp back up in '21 with two guests for your consideration. First we chat up Officer Danny Brown of Live PD fame (now Captain Danny Brown) to discuss the abrupt cancellation of the show and punch some holes in the notion of systemic racism throughout an entire profession. If that doesn't have you triggered, than comedian Nick DiPaolo (thecomicsgym.com and nickdip.com) will close the deal.
S04E38 - Schilling and Sharky - Pilot
In a move no one saw coming, 3 time World Series champ & Roberto Clemente award winner (and Twitter instigator extraordinaire) links up with the Lone Shark Podcast's "maestro of minutiae" for a sojourn into the sophomoric. Curt and Shark are joined by comedian Nick DiPaolo and the current "King of Kong" and Donkey Kong Guiness World Record holder Robbie Lakeman. ...and you better believe we turn some tables on the sanctimonious baseball writers who would deign to keep 38 out the MLB Hall of Fame.
The Shark brings his A game all the time and Sean is a great setup guy !!
Jim Sharky brings the Hottest guests and Topics Mini the missing car is always great. But Sean! Lighten Up! Each week is a gem! Can’t wait to hear Jim Spin The Wheel for great Stories and chew the fat with his interesting guests.
Possibly the best “under the radar” podcast I’ve ever heard. Forget Joe Rogan or Bill Burr. Jim and Sean have got the chops and the humor is better than 90% of what’s out there.