The Sal and Bob Show is a podcast hosted by comedians Sal Demilio and Bob Phillips.
They love steakhouses, so they visit some of the best in the country, crack wise and generally act like idiots while enjoying a great meal. They talk comedy, gambling, sports, movies and other things that interest us. With regular bits like the One Hit Wonder and The Whine List, it's a lively half hour of nonsense.
Follow the show on Twitter at @SalAndBobShow
Follow Sal and Bob individually at @SallyD08 and @BobTheSuit
If you’d like Sal and Bob to record from your steakhouse, hit them up!
Candy Lobby Nooner
Sal and Bob bring you up to speed on everything they've been up to. From their recent comedy gigs to lamenting another Detroit Lions loss. They'll also catch you up on all the sports news, including commentary on the Tyson Fury vs. Deontay Wilder fight. Other topics include Jobbie Nooner, Dr. Laura, the Candy Lobby in Washington D.C. pushing daylight savings time to after Halloween.
The Many Saints of Newark
Sal and Bob sit down to talk about their first trip to the movies in over a year to see the highly anticipated "The Manny Saints of Newark" on the big screen.
They also talk about dining in the dark at Andiamo's and of course, another Lions loss on this edition of The Sal and Bob Show.
Will There Be Mostaccioli?
Sal and Bob sit down for another episode to talk about life-changing moments they've had in their lives that have somehow brought them to where they are now.
Another Musk Moment, and the FIRST bet of any kind to be placed from space on the first civilian trip to space. What a crazy world we're living in!
The guys also share their thoughts on the bizarre developments in the Murdaugh Murder case out of South Carolina as well as the Gabby Petito story that has taken the internet by storm in the last week.
The show wraps up with Monday Night Football predictions for the Lions. find out if they were right and see what other predictions the guys make on this edition of The Sal and Bob Show.
Getting Kicked Out Of Bars With Sal and Bob
Sal and Bob cover it all this week! They talk about the start of the football season, including the Lions losing in typical Lions fashion. They talk about some of the best and worst gigs they've had and pay a visit to Toria, their new favorite spot in beautiful downtown Northville. They also share stories about getting kicked out of a bar on this edition of The Sal and Bob Show.
Doubling Down With Comedian Derek Richards
Sal and Bob sit down to catch you up on various noteworthy events happening in the world. From summer ending to the Alex Murdaugh story.
Most importantly, they chat with their friend and comedian Derek Richards (@comedndrichards). Derek is a nationally touring headliner whose new album comes out on September 10th.
You can listen to it everywhere you can find comedy or click here: https://orcd.co/double_down
Boxing Hall Of Fame Journalist Nigel Collins
Sal and Bob are delighted to talk to boxing hall of fame journalist Nigel Collins (@NigelBoxing) to the show. They interview Nigel about his career (including his new book), his run-in with Muhammad Ali, what it meant for him to be inducted into the Boxing Hall of Fame, and more!
Born April 7, 1946, in England. Collins’ passion for the sport of boxing began at a young age when his father and grandfather regaled him with stories of Bob Fitzsimmons, Joe Louis, and Archie Moore.
After immigrating to the United States, he boxed in the US Army and eventually managed fighters before turning his attention to writing. His professional career began in January 1973 as The Ring’s Philadelphia and Atlantic City correspondent. Collins continued to freelance until August 1983 when he joined The Ring staff as editor of Boxing Illustrated, then “The Bible of Boxing’s” sister publication. After The Ring retired the Boxing Illustrated title following the November 1984 issue, he moved to The Ring and became editor-in-chief in 1985. He held that post until 1989. He rejoined the venerable publication in 1993 as managing editor and reassumed editor-in-chief position in 1997 and served in that capacity until 2011. During his career, Collins was also editor-in-chief of The Ring Almanac, KO, and World Boxing and was the author of 1990’s Boxing Babylon. In 2007 he was awarded the James J. Walker Award for “Long and Meritorious Service to Boxing” by the BWAA.
Respected for his integrity and knowledge of boxing history, Collins is currently a columnist for ESPN.com and Boxing News and is social media and content provider for ESPN2’s Friday Night Fights.
What’s not to like?
This podcast is just 2 funny guys sharing their life prospective. It’s like being tucked away in a booth somewhere having steaks and bourbon with 2 of your favorite people. Hearing Bob laugh just makes me happy.
Great Show Great Chemistry - They Draw You into A Corner Pub Conversation Without Any Forced Humor - They Dance From Topic to Topic Effortlessly Honesly With Transparency - Making Me Feel Like I Am Part of Their Truly Connective and Enjoyable Relationship - Good Solid Laughter
I love this show
Sal and Bob are both genuine and funny. This is on my must listen to list. Add it to yours.