Talking Paragraphs May 15, 2022
140: Ghosted before Halloween
The old Paragraph Stacker talks alone, adrift after being ghosted by his friend.
1. Update on Facebook hijack.
2. The Bears are doomed this year.
3. People complaining about the new Wonder Woman don't understand comics.
4. Criterion Channel streaming review.
139: Dan's Facebook Page highjacked! ... Why CyHawk is pointless ... The Bears still stink ... Taylor Swift kills the VMAs ... New Comics Wednesday ... plus random pop culture clips
The old Paragraph Stacker walks alone. The World's Most Dangerous Accountant is incommunicado.
1. Paragraph Stacker Facebook Page hijacked!
2. CyHawk game is pointless.
3. The Bears still stink.
4. Taylor Swift kills the VMAs.
5. New Comics Wednesday.
BONUS: Random pop culture clips.
138: Dan is very sorry, but this is the kind of podcast happens when Paul isnt available
137: Remembering Bob Barker and PDF inventor John Warnock; The joy of NBA's Jimmy Butler playing tennis; Bear gets loose on Iraqi Airlines; plus bonus content from the LOST EPISODE
The ole' Paragraph Stacker and the World's Most Dangerous Accountant, Memphis Paul, discuss topics of minor import, including:
- Final Showcase Showdown for Bob Barker.
- John Warnock, inventor of PDF, dies at 82.
- Shohei Ohtani hurts arm, won’t pitch, will hit.
- Jimmy Butler plays tennis.
- Yankees minute: Bryson Scott hits with bat painted to look like a No. 2 pencil
- Arsenal minute.
- CFB: Notre Dame vs. Navy in Dublin.
- Bear on Iraqi Airlines. Hijinks ensue.
- Cocaine Bear and other Bear content on Amazon Prime
- Subway brand sold.
- BONUS CONTENT: Audio from the LOST EPISODE.
- Nancy Gilchrest, be sure to listen all the way to the end!
136: Why a cage match between Mark Zuckerberg and Elon Musk would save America; Peyton Manning is a fake professor; Montgomery brawl folding chair memes; 'The Blind Side' was a lie?
The ole' Paragraph Stacker himself, Daniel Finney, and his pal, the World's Most Dangerous Accountant, Memphis Paul, gather to discuss topics of minor import, including:
- Paul's house: Duck or chicken in the driveway?
- Summer ends for teacher Dan.
- Zuckerberg vs. Musk needs to happen.
- Teachers worried about fake student papers produced by ChatGPT.
- Peyton Manning becomes a fake Tennessee professor.
- Did Montgomery dock brawl spurs Walmart's folding chair sale?
- Was "The Blind Side" movie was a lie?
- Iowa State Fair update: Butter Caitlyn Clark, Jack Trice, and Kurt Warner.
- Colin Cowherd says Dwayne Haskins can’t win a Super Bowl.
135: College football is eating its own head ... Is that a man or a bear in Chinese zoo ... 80-year-old fends off robber with snacks ... ChatGPT picks Memphis BBQ's best
The ole' paragraph stacker Daniel Finney yaps it up with the World's Most Dangerous Accountant, Memphis Paul, on topics of minor import, including:
- College football conference collage making.
- Iowa-Iowa State gambling scandal.
- Is that a man or a bear in a Chinese zoo?
- Arsenal minute.
- Yankees minute.
- Chat GPT reviews Memphis BBQ.
- Final Days of Riverdale.
- 80-year-old offers snacks to an intruder.
- Ridiculously show runner got a place in games through nepotism.
- U.S. credit downgrade/Backyard Burgers bankruptcy.
- Synthetic alcohol cure for hangovers?
- Apple TV doc on Beanie Babies.
134: Twitter is now 'X' and we are 'Y' ... Northwestern's hazing problem ... Dan sees Lisa Bluder and 'Barbie,' not at same time ... Taylor Swift turns down KC Chief's digits, 24-minute song to follow
Dan and Paul explore the mysteries of the universe from comfortable chairs. The ole' Paragraph Stacker and the World's Most Dangerous Accountant discuss the following topics of no great import:
- Following Twitter's change to X, we change our name to Y.
- #Whoppenheimer: We wish this was a real thing.
- Dan reunites with Lisa Bluder.
- Dan goes to Barbie.
- Lena Dunham to direct Polly Pocket.
- Paul sends Dan to film school: Umbrellas of Cherbon; Rounders and Solaris.
- Man gets 33 months jail sentence for extortion plan related to false claims GA Tech coach Josh Pastner assaulted his girlfriend. Question: How the hell did Josh Pastner get a job at Georgia Tech?
- Northwestern football players go into hiding after hazing scandal.
- Arsenal minute
- Yankees minute
- George RR Martin is on strike: how can we tell the difference?
- Memphis squirrel's suicide knocks out power.
- Taylor Swift turns down KC Chief’s player’s number.
133: 'Time blindness' is a thing; Tour de France beer snobbery; Yankees minute: They suck; Arsenal minute: (Declan) Rice, Rice Baby; Oklahoma coach disses Deion
The ole' paragraph stacker, Daniel Finney, and the World's Most Dangerous Accountant, Memphis Paul, discuss topics of minor import in this week's episode, including:
- Consumer Affairs names Memphis worst driving city
- Time Blindness
- Women's World Cup
- NBA Summer League
- RAGBRAI in Des Moines
- FedNow payment system
- Tour de France beer snobbery
- SUNY Morrisville’s black stadium turf
- Yankees Minute: Fire everyone
- Arsenal minute: Declan Rice gets jiggly with it/ Ugly road kit
- OU coach talks shit about Deion Sanders
132: Is Big Oil making gas to pump slower to force people to listen to ads?; Actors and writers strike: What to watch while they fight for their jobs; Dan gets shots in his knees
The ole' Paragraph Stacker, Dan, and his pal, the World's Most Dangerous Accountant, Memphis Paul, get their jibber jabber on about topics of minor import. Ingredients in this week's episode may or may not include:
- Canadian judge says ‘thumbs up’ emoji is a legally binding signature
- Orca attacks in France/Update on Freya
- Gas pumps pumping slower conspiracy
- NY Times folds sports dept. into the Athletic
- Northwestern football coach Pat Fitzgerald/baseball coach firing for hazing
- Paul’s website ideas
- Paul’s liquor store ideas
- Knee shots
- Writer’s strike/Actor’s strike/Deadwood binge
- Just Stop Oil at the British Grand Prix
- The Flash is terrible. Transformers; Rise of the Beast is decent.
- Pro cricket in the US.
131: ESPN Game Day to get the axe? We can only hope; More bear attacks; Battle of July 4 buffets; Cocaine at the White House; Madonna revived with Narcan; More Just Stop Oil antics
<li>Threads vs. Tweets vs. Snapchat vs. Reals vs. Stories vs. Instagram vs. YouTube.</li>
<li>Battle of the July 4 buffets.</li>
<li>Game Day to get the axe? One can only hope.</li>
<li>Cocaine found in the White House.</li>
<li>Madonna was revived with Narcan.</li>
<li>An errant throw at the Yankees game injures the YES cameraman.</li>
<li>Just Stop Oil interrupts Wimbledon,</li>
130: Disney slaughters more ESPN staff; Drugs rain down on French countryside; Indiana Jones and the Dial Soap of Destiny; Sajack out, Secrest in
Our heroes, former newsman and current teacher DANIEL FINNEY and his faithful companion, the world's most dangerous accountant, MEMPHIS PAUL gather again to mock the mockery that is American culture. Their topics of little import include:
- Indiana Jones and the Dial Soap of Destiny.
- NASA job for Paul.
- Braves dominate All-Stars.
- Wendy’s Meat Soda with a hint of ketchup prank.
- ESPN layoffs: Jalen Rose, Keyshawn Johnson, Max Kellerman, Jeff Van Gunde, and Suzy Kolber were all killed by the Mouse House.
- Ryan Seacrest is to replace Pat Sajack.
- Alan Arkin is dead.
- Zelenskyy and Thunberg
- Belgian shot-putter runs hurdles.
- France: Fighter jet chases Suspected drug plane; scofflaws throw up drugs over French countryside.
- Fireworks suck.
129: Titan sub is a debris field and Gordon Lightfoot is dead: Who will write the song for the naval disaster of our time?
The ole' paragraph stacker Dan is back with Memphis Paul to mock the silliness that is our times. On the agenda this week, but not necessarily in this order:
1. Searches found the Titan debris field, but Gordon Lightfoot is dead. Who will write the song of this disaster?
2. Dan taste's the Grimace's blood in McDonald's Grimace birthday shake.
3. Can anything save Turner Classic Movies?
4. Get to the 'choppa: Helicopter parents in the workplace.
5. Will Lil' Penny coach Memphis with Penny Hardaway suspended?
6. Cubs and Cards play in London, where we hope they stay.
7. Some guy for the Marlins might hit .400, but probably not.
8. Cage match: Zuckerberg vs. Musk. Who would win?
9. Other unmemorable nonsense.
128: Remembering our friend Lisa Brinkmeyer ... Strange New Worlds is good Star Trek ... How Jordan botched selling the Hornets ... Nothing can kill the Grimace except McDonald's crap shake machines
Dan pays a heartfelt tribute to the awesome human that was Lisa Brinkmeyer, a basketball star at Drake and Hubbard-Radcliff. Then Dan and Paul get back to the usual hijinks that involve a discussion of Ricardo Montalban, the new "Star Trek" series "Strange New Worlds," and McDonald's Grimace birthday shake, which no one will ever be able to buy because all McDonald's Shake machines are broken.
127: Chicken Wars rage on new front ... Artificial intelligence and the campaign ... Big 12 scouting Memphis? ... And Dan gets sleepy again
No news outlet has covered the vagaries of the Chicken Wars more than Talking Paragraphs, but the frontlines have moved from the fast food sandwiches to actual farms on TiKTok. Our correspondents Dan and Paul give you the details of the new hot spot in chicken conflict.
126: Dan and Paul talk 'Chinese Born American,' lifesize Hot Wheels, the meaning of onomatopoeia, and not putting foie gras in your coffee
In 1972, Dan and Paul were sent to prison by a military court for a crime they didn't commit. These men promptly escaped into the void between Des Moines and Memphis. Today, still wanted by the government, they survive as podcasters of fortune. If need to listen to a podcast — and no other, better podcast is available — maybe you can listen to "Talking Paragraphs."
125: Pete Davidson vs. Cocaine Bear; Bovine samaritans help cops capture crook; What is "faff" and why you should embrace it; More Elvis employee buffett delights
Welcome to Talking Paragraphs, the podcast that is so incoherent half of the people involved don't remember its name.
Topics that we at least intended to discuss:
- The meaning of "faff" and why you should embrace it.
- Pete Davidson vs. Cocaine Bear
- Phone answer etiquette for clones.
- We can't talk about "Relative Justice."
- We barely talk about "Hemlock Grove" on a new streaming service.
- Cows help cops find suspects.
- A lot of random memories from a college party nearly 30 years ago.
- A story of stolen goats in Winterset in 1993.
Daniel P. Finney and Paul Russell have been friends for 30 years. Dan lives in Des Moines. Paul lives in Memphis. Through the miracle of technology, they unite each week to solve riddles left by madmen about Gotham City. You may love them. You may hate them. You may even fear them. But don't you dare take them seriously.
124: Secrets of Elvis Presley's employee buffet; It's time to retire the White House championship team visit; Baseball: War on WAR; McDonald's new iceless iced tea
Two unremarkable men discuss unimportant topics for their own amusement. Listen in and maybe you'll be amused. If not, it doesn't matter. We both have jobs. We have no illusions about becoming social media influencers. In this episode, but not necessarily in this order:
- Georgia football team refuses to visit the White House
- ESPN: Steven A. Smith
- JJ Watt’s pub crawl
- Game of Thrones on pause
- Iowa-Iowa State gambling nonsense
- Secret hideaways at Graceland
- McDonald’s: Oh, did you want ice with that?
- Baseball: The war on WAR
123: An ode to toast; Paul's vacation adventures; Tucker Carlson, Don Lemon, and other TV dopes get fired; All hail Carol Burnett at 90; so much more
The ol' Paragraph Stacker, Dan who drives a van, connects with his pal, Pal, an account for the King of Rock and Roll. Together the laughs ensue as much as is allowed on the brittle skeletons of two middle-aged white men. Topics include:
1. Toast: Dark or light? Butter or jam?
2. Paul's vacation trip to the library, a Kroger, and a public garden.
3. Cable TV news mopes get fired.
4. Carol Burnett, 90, honored with the best variety TV special since the 1970s.
5. Dan's still teaching school.
122: Paul gets a job working for ... Elvis Presley?!; Nic Cage is wacky in 'Redfield'; This week's reason why Elon Musk sucks; and Paul's bad Max Scherzer joke
Topics discussed by two middle-aged men who ought to be doing something more productive:
- Paul gets a job
- Job search details
- Paul goes to the movies: Renfield
- Springfield, MO man demands meat at gunpoint
- Elon Musk pays for whiny celebrities' blue checkmarks
- $100M gold heist at Canada’s largest airport
- Max Scherzer joke
- Netflix ends DVD mail service
121: 'Dungeons and Dragons' movie all dragons, no dungeon; Paul's job search; Chinese people dating their chatbots; 'Cocaine Bear' attacks Peacock
This week, on the world's longest-running podcast between a journalist turned middle school teacher and a soon-to-be unemployed accountant, Dan and Paul discuss the items of lesser import, including:
- Paul goes to the movies: "Dungeons & Dragons"
- Dan stays home and watches the movie"Smokey and the Bandit:
- "Cocaine Bear" to Peacock
- Paul's job search
- Chinese people are dating their chatbot
- Washington Commanders sold
- NBA playoffs: Sacramento Kings use lasers; bizarre comparison of current Memphis Grizzles to Detroit "Bad Boys"
- Arsenal crashing
- "Sound like a trapped wolf"
120: Painted potatoes for Easter; McDonald's layoff haiku; RFK Jr. makes Biden look better; Thieves steal $500K worth of iPhones
This podcast is so packed we didn't have time for the story about a moose that went into a hospital to get lunch. What Dan and Paul did discuss, includes the following:
- Do rising egg prices lead to people painting potatoes for Easter?
- Laid-off McDonald’s exec writes a Haiku on LinkedIn.
- New Steve Jobs book to be free to download.
- Thieves break through a coffee shop bathroom to steal $500,000 worth of iPhones.
- Robert F. Kennedy Jr. makes Joe Biden look better.
- Anti-trust lawsuit aims to stop eSports "athlete" wage suppression.
119: Watching Iowa women's basketball misery while trying to podcast and other topics
- Live look-ins on the women's basketball national championship: Iowa vs. LSU.
- Movies we like but probably won't go to see: "Asteroid City," "Renfield," and "Dungeons & Dragons."
- Pepsi's rebrand is a retcon for 1990s nostalgia.
- Pigeons with backpacks full of crystal meth.
- Police arrest alligator in Tampa.
118: Talkin' Caitlyn Clark, killer sandwiches, and the giant seaweed monster headed to Florida (of course)
Dan and Paul meander their way through topics including the magnificence of Caitlyn Clark, how sandwiches are killing Americans, and the giant seaweed monster headed to Florida (of course).
117: Things Paul is going to do while unemployed
Paul returns to talk about his future after accounting. Spoiler: Probably more accounting.
116: AWOL Paul is off for lode management; Baseball bases should be even bigger; Will France's big cocaine find fuel a 'Cocaine Bear' sequel?
Paul is AWOL again. He's had it rough lately. He lost his job, but not for 90 days. That sucks. In his place is Tyler from Ames. He's mild.I've only seem he get really angry once or twice in 33 years of friendship. Anyway, we talk about stuff, too. Enjoy. Or don't. You get what you pay for and I don't see hear the bullet
115: Paul shares his harrowing story of Tetris addiction and why he won't be watching the Apple+ movie; plus 'Winnie the Pooh: Blood and Honey'
Paul lives! After a three-episode absence in which the podcast nearly folded without his genteel Southern charm and wry wit, Paul returns to Talking Paragraphs with his emotional, raw, and wrenching tale of Tetris addiction and the bitter toll it took him. "Things got so bad I flunked one linear algebra exam freshman year in college nearly 30 years ago," Paul says through tears. Stay tuned. The worst is yet to come.
114: Shower spiders are the scariest; How did Gen-X get through school without snacks; and Chik-fil-A sells fried cauliflower sandwiches
Paul is off for load management. Tyler is in for Paul despite being terrorized by spiders in his shower. Dan is ready for a fried cauliflower sandwich, but they're only available in hippy-dippy towns. Also: Vintage commercials.
113: The yacht thief left a dead fish on the doorstep of 'The Goonies' house and other oddities
Tyler is in for Paul. Dan is still Dan. They talk about stuff, including:
1. The yacht thief who left a dead fish on the doorstep of 'The Goonies' house.
2. The kid who ran up a $1,000 bill with GrubHub deliveries.
3. The dolphin skull found in the Detroit airport.
4. The human jawbone left at a California police station.
5. The man who stole monkies and nearly got away with it.
112: Artificial intelligence is replacing humans and we're too dumb to notice it; Guess the Hallmark Valentine's Day movie; with guest host T-Square
Ideas to be discussed by a haggard middle school teacher and a man a reader for the local Gannett Outlet Store once called "the mouthpiece of Big Ag:"
1. The singularity approaches.
2. Jimmy Kimmel is going to ruin my favorite Twitter account
3. Which sucks more: "That 90s Show" or "Velma?"
4. All drive-through fast food
5. Hallmark Valentine's Game
111: Laser-guided podcast
Topics of minor import that may or may not be discussed in this episode of Talking Paragraphs:
- Lady sent to funeral home still alive
- Laser-guided lightening
- New Zealand President quits
- Paul likes a Fallon joke
- NFL playoffs
- Amazon recommends
110: Dan's laundry is stolen and the internet is out at his work while Paul faces a flood at his office
Topics of minor import addressed by the dynamic duo of a Des Moines middle school teacher and a Memphis accountant:
- Laundry stolen
- Work Internet outage
- Work flood
- Lisa Marie dead
- Jeff Beck dead
- NFL playoffs
- San Diego meerkats vs. Dallas Clouded Leopard
109: NFL players are more important than you; Arsenal hates the color red; There's a movie called 'Plane'; and other musings
Topics of minor import discussed by an accountant and a middle school teacher.
1. Damar Hamlin
3. "Plane" the movie
4. Listener mail
5. Text-to-speech virtual voice of Alex Trebek
108: Old celebrities have died and people can't handle it; Big Ten crashes in burns in college football playoffs; and wouldn't be nice to be a guest on 'The Love Boat'
Items of minor import that may be discussed in this episode of Talking Paragraphs include:
- You know it's going to be a good year when both Ohio State and Michigan both lose.
- Pele is dead.
- Barbara Walters is dead.
- Gretta Thurnberg ends 2022 “with one of the greatest tweets in history,” per the Guardian.
- Blockchain smartphone named "the FINNEY."
- Coal Face
- The Love Boat
107: Analyst predicts Disney dump of ABC/ESPN; winter weather talk; Iowa men's basketball's are gamblers' delight; and the voice of 'Doctor Who'
Topics of modest import that may be discussed on this podcast include:
- Is Disney spinning off ABC/ESPN?
- RIP Franco Harris.
- Gambling odds ruin everything.
- Little House on the Prairie.
- The disembodied voice of John Madden.
106: Cocaine Bear the Movie will be the next Sharknado? Paul goes to a gastro pub and it triggers Dan. Plus: John Madden.
Items of modest interest that may be discussed in this episode:
- Cocaine Bear
- Digital Trump cards sellout
- Yankees Hot Stove
- RIP Rockford Files character actor Stuart Margolin (Paul is going to hate that he’s from Davenport, Iowa.)
- World Cup final
- Bowl season
- Shoutouts: Terrence Tobin, contribution to the podcast, G. Willard Finney, died 34 years ago today. I’d love one more game of checkers with you, Dad.
105: Which is worse: Bull in a China shop or cow in a doctor's office? Dan and Paul debate this and more in the latest Talking Paragraphs
The following topics may or may not be discussed in the episode. Expect many deviations and a lot of nonsense in between.
- Wild cow in Virginia
- Kirstie Alley dead
- Mills Lane
- Soccer talk
- Cashman extension
- Warner Bros. canceling DC Comics movies
104: Famed spitballer Gaylord Perry is dead while giant tortoise celebrates 190th birthday — 'What good amid these, oh me, oh life?'
The following topics may or may not be covered in this episode:
- U.S. out of World Cup.
- College football: USC, TCU shit the bed; Georgia and Michigan don’t.
- Bot writes obit.
- Gina Carano in a Hallmark movie,
- Indiana Jones de-aging,
- 1 in 8 Brits want to fart in public without being judged,
- Pepsi wants you to drink pop with milk?!
- Gannett layoffs.
- Dutch woman smiled at a gorilla/gorilla got out/ attacked her/snack,
- Iowa QB transferred/Michigan QB comes to Iowa,
- Velveta Mac and Cheese takes longer to cook and sues,
- Gaylord Perry dead. Spitballer/Joe Niekro on Letterman in 87,
- Seychelles giant tortoise called Jonathan turns 190.,
103: Self-order kiosk debacle at McDonald’s; US men’s soccer team vs. Taylor Swift fans
2. US national team pisses off Taylor Swift fans
3. The mediocre seasons of Iowa and Oklahoma
4. Unreasonable UPS encounter
5. Netflix — CCR documentary and concert, Wednesday Addams show, and the documentary Hey Pepsi Where’s My Jet
6. Watched She-Hulk
7. Astros playoff shares
8. German win beer joke?
9. US vs England and James qCorridon
10. SPAM figgy pudding
11. Ronald Man U.
12. Burrito eating champ technique — July 4 hotdog
13. Hugh Jackman diet
14. 40 chickens in 40 days
15. Cocktail cookbook
102: Qatar vs. Budweiser, Taylor Swift vs. Ticketmaster, and Dan’s new wheels
1. New vehicle
2. Qatar vs. Budweiser
3. Man U. vs. Renaldo
4. Browns vs Bills game in Detroit
6. NIL rights for LSU gymnast
7. Michael Jordan is dead?
8. Taylor Swift Shakespeare class
9. Fox News and Taylor Swift
10. “Festive” season
11. Reddit on Sacramento Kings
12. 8 billionth person in born in Philippines.
13. “Observably stupid.” Kanye
14. Showboats return to Memphis
15. Spielberg “Bullit” spin-off
101: The trouble with buying a new computer; plus RIP Kevin Conroy and Gallagher
100: Takies chips “bag licking good;” Kyrie and Kanye’s race to bottom; and farewell Ray Guy
2. Kyrie vs. Kanye in the antisemitic death match
3. Sports: Tennessee vs. Georgie: The South Has Risen; Kansas suspends Bill Self for four games for 2016 allegations; Washington football team is for sale
4. Yankee Fan Hell: Cashman or Boone. Fire one. Only one.
5. Aaron Judge: Keep or waive goodbye?
6. Wakanda Forever Happy Meals
7. Election: “Suburban women, no longer soccer moms, key to midterms.” Also: Sports lovers and Election jibber jabber through the years.
8. Aubrey Plaza on Disney Plus
9. Farewell Ray Guy
99: Distancing ourselves from Kanye; Sexy Wordle Halloween costumes; FedEx sacks Roxo the self-delivery robot; and why you shouldn't walk from Spain to Qatar
The 99th outing of Talking Paragraphs has Dan and Paul distancing themselves from Kanye and everyone else for that matter.
98: Taylor Swift’s album awesome; Iowa Iowa facts haunt Paul family gathering; Kanye does dumb stuff
97: A long, cold open, Angela Lansbury is dead, Mountain Girl and Jerry "Chunky Monkey" Garcia, and jokes about baseball
This podcast was recorded on a Tuesday before we knew all the things that we now know by Sunday when we usually record the podcast. Our ignorance is on display for your entertainment.
96: McDonald's "adult" Happy Meals come with creepy toys; Tom Brady reportedly denies Gisele sex before games; All hail the Tennessee demolition derby queen
<li>A pig in Australia steals 18 beers from campers, gets drunk, fights cow pop</li>
<li>Olympic horse punching</li>
<li>Bad service in Memphis McDonald’s</li>
<li>The creepiness of Adult McDonald’s Happy Meal Toys — workers are stressed by adults wanting this shit</li>
<li>Baseball medley — Judge, Otoni, Pujols, Braves on the rise, Mets shit the bed</li>
<li>Tom Brady’s abstinence ritual drives Gisele away</li>
<li>Paul hates the manning cast</li>
<li>American owner looking to change Chelsea team name to ‘London Cowboys’</li>
<li>Demolition derby queen of Tennessee.</li>
95: Urgent care reservations; ugliness of zero-gravity soccer; the doink; and ‘Detroit-style’ pizza
Sunday, October 2, 2022
1. Urgent care
2. Failed trip to Perkins
3. The Doink
4. Rooting for Kansas
5. Pizza Hut Detroit style
6. Happy Meal for adults
7. Aaron Judge 61
8. Don Mattingly and the 3 balls
9. Zero gravity soccer
10. Trevor Noah leaves Daily Show
11. Harrison Ford MCU
94: NyQuil chicken recipes; Pujols hits 700; What are people doing on Long John Silver's website; Dan pods solo to make up for his screw ups
1. NyQuil chicken
2. Pujols hits 700
3. Dan is still sick
4. Long John Silver's website a juggernaut
5. Brady vs. Rodgers is a dull disappointment
6. Where's Paul?
93. Dan's still sick; Paul talks weird celebrity endorsements, Kanye vs. Gap beef, and the pair review football games of no importance
- Dan sick again
- Italian guy tests positive for HIV, monkeypox, COVID
- Reggie Miller for Wendy’s
- Danny Devito for Jersey Mike’s
- Kanye vs Gap
- Football review
- Nebraska vs OU
- Miami vs Texas A&M
- Bucs Saints
- Iowa vs Nevada
- Arsenal moment
- McDonald’s Queen closing
- She-Hulk show
#92: Queen is dead and that's fine, but did it have to screw up the Premier League schedule?
<li>Queen is dead</li>
<li>Violence in Memphis</li>
<li>People keep naming their kids Thanos</li>
<li>Iowa football stinks</li>
<li>OU football - Bob Stoops in the booth</li>
<li>Texas - Alabama game</li>
<li>Harmon Baker, a good thing from Memphis</li>
#91: 2+2+3 = Worst #Hawkeyes offense ever; #Sooners stomp UTEP; #Yankees spirialing; #Braves rising; Dr. Pepper #fansville 'fansplaining' clunks
Dan and Paul talk fall sports as baseball season winds down and college football winds up. Dan's recovering from COVID, but even he isn't as sickly as the Hawkeyes' offense. Oklahoma beats up UTEP, proving it's always fun to watch any school from Texas lose; Yankees' slide continues; a couple of other non-sports takes just for fun.