Wednesday, November 30, 2016

Episode 292: The Story of Lemon Lime Tennis Shoes


Another awesome interview! We get together with Matt "Catfood" Kelley to talk about the local scene. How did Lemon Lime Tennis Shoes start? How did Matt get so good at guitar? What's up with the shift from punk to ska? Why on earth would he later join Senior Discount? All this and more in episode 292!
~ Brad

Intro Song: Lemon Lime Tennis Shoes - The Driving Song Outro Song: Lemon Lime Tennis Shoes - Lights Out

Thursday, November 17, 2016

Episode 291: Chuck House Update, Doctor Strange, and Brad's Reunion Anxiety


Whoa mama! Episode 291! After Chuck and I each plug some upcoming shows, we discuss the below Web Couliers. We talk about Marvel's "Inhumans" going to TV, Jackie Chan (our close personal friend) winning an academy award, Ryan Reynolds' take on the director leaving Deadpool 2, and the forthcoming ESPN documentary about the XFL.
We talk a little bit about comedian Kyle Kinane and how our schedules just didn't line up for an interview this week. Chuck breaks the news about his house reconstruction being delayed. Speaking of reconstruction, we have a new president and things are going to look very different. That's a weird post-Civil-War reference. Chuck reviews the food at the Congress Tavern, then we actually break down the movie Doctor Strange. Good stuff! We also talk about how much we enjoyed the now-on-video movie "Central Intelligence." Chuck went to a Pentatonix show - did he love it? It's Chuck. Of COURSE he loved it. He also talks about a wedding he went to recently. We actually close this episode talking about the anxiety I feel about my upcoming high school reunion that I'm not even going to. Honesty remains a priority for the C&BPC!!!
~ Brad

Web Couliers:
VIDEO: Off With Their Heads - "Clear The Air (Acoustic)"
VIDEO: Us The Duo - "Ain't No Mountain High Enough"

Thursday, November 10, 2016

Episode 290: Political Misgivings, Impractical Jokers Live, and Maron at Carnegie


We recorded this during the evening of Election Day...so we did not know who was going to win the election when we recorded. I express concerns about a candidate. Chuck reassures me that there is no way that candidate could win. *sigh*
Moving to areas that we're more comfortable with, we talk about Dave Chapelle hosting SNL this coming weekend, the 'Big Bang Theory' prequel, and the Simpsons being renewed for seasons 29 and 30 - how can an animated show stay fresh? What do we like about what South Park is doing? Also, the 'Deadpool' director left 'Deadpool 2' - what does that mean for the project?
Last week found us in New Jersey to see Impractical Jokers live (with Nitro Circus). How was it? Pretty great! But you should still listen for details! Our trip continued with some gallivanting around NYC, then seeing Marc Maron at Carnegie Hall. Spoiler alert: Marc Maron is brilliant. We also got to see Dane Cook at the Beacon Street Theatre, which was also great (in a different way). And finally...Chuck played poker for the first time ever! How did he beat me?!?!
~ Brad

Everything I said in this episode was recorded before Trump won. I was wrong when I predicted he'd lose, and outside of that, I stand by every opinion I expressed.
- Chuck

Wednesday, November 2, 2016

Episode 289: The Shining, Halloween Activities, and The Interrupters


Chuck and I dive right into talk about some stuff we did the week of Halloween. Chuck went to see "The Shining" in theaters and we break it down. He also watched the documentary Room 237 and we break THAT down. I know it's not cool to say about our own podcast, but I really enjoyed this conversation. Chuck relays tales from his exciting weekend to me, we talk about our trip to Boston to see WWE Hell in a Cell (in costume)!
We talk about Chuck's band Senior Discount opening for Strung Out, Hannibal Burress' new podcast, and the treasure trove of pop culture that arrived in mid-October: the Guardians of the Galaxy 2 teaser, the Nintendo Switch announcement, the Red Dead Redemption 2 trailer, the new Blink-182 video, and the trailer for Logan. Whoa mama! We also chat about some recent very entertaining issues of Spider-Man and Deadpool
We close this week by reviewing the recent show by The Interrupters at Brighton Music Hall in Boston. Also a fun conversation! I'm full of myself!
~ Brad

Web Couliers:
There are no Web Couliers this week.