Monday, September 17, 2012

Episode 99: Writing in WWE, Cancer, My Chemical Romance, and the Bad Larry show

The podcast opens with Chuck and Brad talking about Brad having to keep a "food journal" to track mysterious and unpleasant feelings in his bowels. No fun. The boyz then discuss writing in WWE, providing a lot of context to describe why they like the writing in the feud between CM Punk and John Cena (and one promo in particular). Brad then talks about a book he recently read, The Fault In Our Stars by John Green, and its subject of teenage cancer. Brad admits to often thinking about how he would react if he was diagnosed with cancer and Chuck admits he has thought about it a little.
Chuck also has some interesting news about popular punk band My Chemical Romance and their plan to release some older songs. Chuck and Brad talk about Chuck's night at the Soundoff/Bad Larry show, the fun he had and how good it made him feel. This draws the 99th episode of the Chuck and Brad podcast to a close.

Web Couliers:
- VIDEO: "Douchebag Gets Tasered By Court Security"

Monday, September 10, 2012

Episode 98: Cabin In The Woods, Chuck's Trip to "Fetish Night"

Chuck and Brad chit-chat a little bit before diving into a big topic this week - the upcoming blu-ray release of "Cabin In The Woods." Spoilers abound in their discussion, but both handsome studs agree that this is a great movie that you should totally see.
Once they spoil the whole movie and gush over how much they enjoyed it, Chuck relates the story of going out in Providence to "Fetish Night." Brad is bewildered and a little disturbed by Chuck's description of the Fetish Night crowd. The boys mention a few books they are reading/have read recently and then sign off for the week.

Tuesday, September 4, 2012

Episode 97: Relationships in General

Chuck and Brad dive right in to this week's podcast with two Web Couliers. Brad takes the opportunity to explain some sports rivalries and playoff structures to Chuck, who disapproves. Brad then debuts the weekly podcast feature "Patrick Dennis Is A Villain."

Chuck talks a little more about the breakup and his life post-relationship (except the relationship isn't wholly-post, so he elaborates a little bit on the difficulties that go with that). The boys discuss internet dating, then Brad gets weirdly self-pitying before they sign off for the week.

Web Couliers:
- VIDEO: Podcast Listener Chad Kafka's Google Hangout with NFL Quarterback Aaron Rodgers
- ARTICLE: Six True Stories That Will Restore Your Faith In Humanity