In this CLASSIC (2013) episode Joey, guest co-host comedian Robert Baril and producer Tony Williamette talk with comedian and actor Ben Roy.
Ben talks about his sketch series turned to TV show and gets really personal and shares the story of his binge drinking recovery, including his rock bottom moment.
Check out Ben's new podcast 'Grawlix Saves The world'
The guest this episode is Travis Cullen. Travis was once a drug trafficker who transported large amounts of harmless herb across state lines.
Of course making people happy is crime in the eyes of the Federal Government so they sent Travis to live in a prison for 135 months and this is his story.
You will learn how he started in the weed business, how he got caught and what was life like in prison. Interesting details about prison fights, drugs and booze use in prison and how he was befriended by high ranking Italian Mafia members.
In this episode Joey talks with comedian, bartender and host of the 'Awful Service' podcast, Matt Dooyema.
In Matt's work as a bartender he briefly tended bar for regular private parties that he later found out were a cover for cocaine dealing. Matt shares all the details about the job and how he got involved. Lots of interesting booze related info is covered too.
The episode doesn't stop there though!
Near the end, Matt shares a brief second story about working part time setting up for a big music event, and that story includes Tequila, Kidz Bop and...PEDOPHILES
In this episode Joey talks with comedian Alex Jaffe about his weight loss surgery. How it was done, preparation for it and life after, we learn it all.
Also part of the conversation covers life while being obese and dealing with the physical and social impact of it.
"Charlie" is fireman working in a large US city and he joins Joey to share an unfiltered and honest look at the life of a firefighter.
Charlie's real name is being withheld so he can speak freely on subjects related to firefighters that might put his employment at risk.
You will learn about things like the racial and political dynamics within a fire house, difficulties dealing with cops, fireman drug use and suicide and so much more.
Charlie also shares some wild stories involving people who abuse 911 and Fire/Rescue services, suicide calls, rape calls and even...a fisting related death call!