Hosts Mike Castle and Joey Greer discuss topics from pop culture, history, philosophy and everything in between to ultimately decide what they would do if they were in charge of those situations.
Episode 17: Jimmy Johns, Irish Goodbyes, EMF Detectors, The Loveland Frog, Mini Candy Sizes
Episode 16: Pizza Shortage, Leather, Biblical Authors, Fermi Paradox, Slumbi Parbies
Episode 15: Imperial Measurement VS Metric, Emmys, Colonial Americans, Recycling, Partners Not Putting Keys Away
Episode 14: Bees In Your Office, Skateboarding, The Seven Seas, Human Cadaver Usage, Public Restrooms
Episode 13: Being Nice To People You Hate, Cigarettes, Wine Making, Purpose Of Life, Password Keychains
Episode 12: Healing Crystals, Trojan Horse, Vicar of Christ, Not Landing A Handshake and When A Title Of A Movie Is Said In The Movie
More Slumby Pumbies!!
This show is amazing, I could listen to these two goofballs all day! Also, I concur, more slumber parties duh
Just genuinely funny
This is an awesome podcast. Joey is hilariously random and Mike is his perfect straight man.
Literally could not stop listening!!!
Seriously, EVERYONE needs to stop what they’re doing and check out this podcast!
Last Thursday evening, a stranger snuck up on me in the Arby’s parking lot, zip-tied my hands and feet to a trash can, stapled a pair of over-ear headphones to my skull, opened up this podcast, and forced me to listen to the first 110 episodes consecutively.
But to be completely honest… when I was about halfway through episode 3, I realized the show is actually good. Like REALLY good. Sure, it’s unbelievably funny and entertaining, but it’s also deeply insightful and relevant, especially in the light of the current state of our collective society in the world today.
For over seven hours, I was laughing so hard that I physically could not call out for help as the manager closed the restaurant and left. (The ER doctors later told my wife that my “grossly elevated” levels of serotonin and dopamine actually slowed down the spread of the bacterial infection in my temporal lobe and quite literally saved my life. I can’t even begin to imagine what might have happened if I had been listening to any other podcast…)
So I’m not sure who to thank for the original recommendation — authorities say the prime suspect is still at large — but I will FOREVER owe a debt of gratitude to Mike and Joey for their witty, delightful, and thought-provoking discussions about the things that truly matter in this precious little gift we get to call “life.”
9.9 stars out of 5
- James (from Michigan, not The Hean)