Chris is joined by Andrew Rizzitello to dive back into the pandemic/quarantine talk! The pair discusses their mixed feelings about ongoing regulations and the annoyance of entitled Americans who rage against being inconvenienced by the pandemic. Andrew also shares his newfound enjoyment of Proto-Germanic music, Chris defends his affection for Yngwie Malmsteen, and they both share memories of their concert-going days.
If you’re looking at the title of this episode and thinking you should skip it, then you probably need to hear it. Sherrie joins Chris to share her experiences of dealing with racism as a black woman, from dealing with customers to cops and everything in between.
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Chris and Jack are once again joined by Andrew and Ryan for a candid discussion about weight and their newly developed “pandemic bodies.” They talk about what they’ve given up for sake of their health, the criticisms and defense of celebrity bodies, and how their personal discipline has been influenced by the state of the world. Continue reading
This week, it’s down to just Chris as he gets a bunch of topics off his chest in a short amount of time. He revises some of his opinions after viewing all nine episodes of Stars Wars, delivers eulogies for Adam Schlesinger and Fred Willard, explains the reality of a Justice League “Snyder Cut,” gives thoughts on Joe Rogan’s deal with Spotify, and makes promises for future video episodes. An hour’s worth of show in almost half the time!
Chris and Jack are joined by Andrew Rizzitello and Ryan Taggart for a virtual reunion of The Only Podcast That Matters! The boys get into what their partners have learned about them during quarantine as well as the stupidity of cancel culture, fact checking on Twitter and how Andrew ended up in Facebook jail for a week. Continue reading
If you didn’t get the reference, we will inform you here that Jack wanted to talk about Star Wars and Chris was up for it. The conversation is based around the latest film trilogy of The Force Awakens, The Last Jedi and The Rise Of Skywalker, as well as what the future may hold for the recent films and their place in the Star Wars legacy.
The world has lost many luminaries since 2019 so Chris and Jack take this episode to discuss their impact. They share memories of how they became Rush fans while remembering Neil Peart, Chris tries convincing Jack to revisit Monty Python while discussing Terry Jones, the guys compare the styles of Pat Boone versus Little Richard, and they touch on the sudden and tragic losses of Kobe Bryant, Luke Perry and John Singleton.
Chris and Jack continue down the road from Jack’s engagement to his wedding and beyond. Jack takes us through setting up the moment he proposed to Noelle, the drafting of the groomsmen, and some minor wedding hi-jinks in this conclusion (for now) to his own personal love story.
Chris and Jack start with talking through their sleep troubles before moving on to Jack’s courtship with his wife Noelle. From their first date and meeting their families to traversing Hoboken and moving in together, Chris and all you listeners can finally hear how Jack fell for the love of his life. Well, the first half of it anyway.
In this episode that’s heavy on film discussion, Chris revisits movies from the 90s to see if they’re as entertaining as he remembers (only to be hugely disappointed), Jack catches up on old movies (both classics and otherwise), and there’s a not-so-timely tangent about the positives and negatives of this year’s Academy Awards.