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With only three episodes left, James and Darryl start thinking about regrets. Not their own (Because self reflection is a little difficult right now), but everyone else's regrets. For instance, we learn why the song "Life is a Highway" doesn't have a verse about a guy with a soccer ball, why you should be careful with what you have your students stomp on (Not what you're thinking), and why the guy playing the home game always gets first choice of positions.
With all the national tragedies from last week, we figured we might as well talk about a more personal type: Pooping your pants. So we figured we would bring in esteemed trouser-soiling expert and hilarious comedian Tim Butterly (The Monthly Hour) to discuss some stories that would make you lose control like why you shouldn't try everything you see in a porn, what are some inappropriate forms of disciplining your child, and the guy who seems to be getting stalked by explosions. So grab some TP and listen in to this week's CheaPodcast.
The quizmaster himself, Johnny Goodtimes, sits down with James while Darryl is off in some strange land (Pittsburgh). Together James and Johnny figure out some random facts about a masturbation contest in China, how to tell the difference between a poodle and a ferret on steroids, and when it's appropriate for a woman to announce that she has an STD. So if you know the answers, please don't shout them out and no using Google during the podcast. Pencils ready? Begin!
JL Cauvin (Comedians at Law, Righteous Prick Podcast) loved being on CheaPodcast so much back in 2011 that he decided to come back and do another (and a couple of shows at Helium while he was at it). He brings his legal expertise to tell us why rape laws are a little too specific in New York, the definition of a human life at a Catholic hospital, and why you should never wave your right to silence if your defense is that you were "trying to make a horse have a baby." Plus Rachel Feinstein (Chelsea Lately) stops by even though James was a total dick to her a few nights earlier, and Rob Desantis (Bob and Dave are terrible people) tells us why he's pretty much the only person who didn't care for "Django Unchained"
December 21st came and went and we're all still here, which James did not count on so he didn't waste time packing all the necessary podcast equipment when he went home for Christmas. Eventually James and Darryl figured out this new thing called "Skype" that allows people to talk over the information superhighway. Since this technology is so amazing, this episode of CheaPodcast is dedicated to all the amazing technological advances we've made, like mannequins that know who you are, the FBI's newest way to get pedophiles to turn themselves in, and why you may want to switch over to Bing if you're trying to masturbate.
Everyone is unprofessional at some point in their job. Whether it's showing up late, taking a little too long for lunch, or slamming half a bottle of gin before a meeting with an important client because "fuck this place, you don't need them, they need you." But some things cross the line, like using your power as the organ player to make fun of an umpire, taking a lunch break while your patient is still in surgery, or starting a fight club in your local daycare.
Jobs are a lot like your racist grandparents: They are often times incredibly unpleasant, but they help you pay your bills. This week, James and Darryl take time out from complaining about their jobs to tell you why if you're going to save a life it better be on your part of the beach, which Wendy's worker is probably one of the worst people in the world, and why one TSA agent understands metal detectors with the same insight that your mom understands her printer.
Comedian Doogie Horner (Ministry of Secret Jokes, Boston Comedy Festival) stops by the studio to talk about Deceit. Or does he? Yes, he does. This week we learn why you should never trust a guy willing to give you tattoo for free if it's close to your genitals, how Jennifer Aniston helped arrest a guy for failure to pay child support, and who the least scrupulous contestant on "America's Got Talent" was.
Every city needs a hero, and every hero needs a villain, and ever villain needs a podcast to listen to. I think that's how most DC comics start, right? On this episode of CheaPodcast, we look at superheroes in our society. Whether they be those with wieners big enough to be considered a hazard on a plane, or those yet unnamed heroes who will fight a laser more powerful than the USA, or a possible squid woman.