38 episodes

Comedian Rev. Mitcz talks weekly w/his Dad about life, love, religion, politics, movies, music, and everything else. Coming from opposite sides of a political spectrum - a Catholic Republican Texan father and his Agnostic Liberal Hollywood son - everything is discussed in a light-hearted jab.

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Comedian Rev. Mitcz talks weekly w/his Dad about life, love, religion, politics, movies, music, and everything else. Coming from opposite sides of a political spectrum - a Catholic Republican Texan father and his Agnostic Liberal Hollywood son - everything is discussed in a light-hearted jab.

    038 : Jobs, Steve Jobs, Columbus, Mad Men, Income Disparity, Comedy

    038 : Jobs, Steve Jobs, Columbus, Mad Men, Income Disparity, Comedy

    From there, Dad delves into a theory that in the era of Mad Men, people were happier. Mitcz argues “…yeah, for rich white men” and a discussion about racism, sexism, class warfare, welfare, and rich vs poor ensues.

    Dad once again wishes Mitcz would stop worrying about such things, as he considers it a futile effort. Mitcz disagrees, and wraps it up with how that all relates to his desire to be a full-time stand-up comedian.

    • 1 hr 20 min
    037 : More Columbus, Comedy, Women, Comedy, Women, etc etc

    037 : More Columbus, Comedy, Women, Comedy, Women, etc etc

    Dad talks about having received and halfway read his new Columbus book, then asks Mitcz how the dating world is going. Mitcz launches into a brief update on how his latest comedy gigs have gone and how it relates to comedy at large before Dad wonders why he went that route after a question about Mitcz’s dating life. From there, a number of subjects arise that focus around comedy, women, and dating.

    • 1 hr 3 min
    036 : Christopher Columbus, Historic controversy, Energy, Technology, Television shows

    036 : Christopher Columbus, Historic controversy, Energy, Technology, Television shows

    Dad wants to talk about what he considers the greatest human being who ever lived – Christopher Columbus (which is how Mitcz got his middle name) – and Mitcz asks a few questions, references the controversy of Columbus, and plans are made for a future episode dedicated to the subject. From there, Mitcz & Dad discuss the latest advances in renewable natural energy and move on to web-based technology (Mitcz already knows about it and uses a rival tech) and we finish with a discussion about TV of today and a memory of TV’s earlier days where televised events had higher than 80% of the market at a time.

    • 50 min
    035 : Banks, Movies, Ryan O’Neal, Technology, Apple, Microsoft, Google

    035 : Banks, Movies, Ryan O’Neal, Technology, Apple, Microsoft, Google

    Dad notices Mitcz has NOT yet returned to the mohawk, before they move on to a brief discussion about Mitcz having had his debit card stolen via cloning. From there, they discuss movies and Dad mentions Ryan O’Neal, leading Mitcz into a story about a secret movie he’s never allowed to show anyone that features Ryan O’Neal. Dad gets curious about technology, which leads Mitcz on a number of geeky tangents that illuminate the situation regarding Apple, Google, Microsoft and more.

    • 59 min
    034 : Hair (again), Harry Potter, Breakup Season, AT&T Sucks

    034 : Hair (again), Harry Potter, Breakup Season, AT&T Sucks

    Mitcz expresses his desire to go back to his mohawk, at least for a little while, and Dad launches into another lengthy anti-mohawk rant. The conversation moves onto the popularity of the Harry Potter films, then back to hairstyles (and “breakup season”) yet again. From there, Dad discusses books and the number of ridiculous cuts from a bad connection on Dad’s side leads to a discussion on how terrible AT&T is.

    • 44 min
    033 : Movies, Movies, Movies

    033 : Movies, Movies, Movies

    In a rare twist, this episode is about the same topic the whole way through. Mitcz and his Dad discuss movies, actors, actresses, why “no nudity policy” actresses are dumb, why Charlie Sheen is overrated, why Mitcz can’t stand Westerns, and so much more.

    • 1 hr 13 min

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