In this episode the boys are quarantined and using Zoom to record the podcast. Except, Jon who has his girlfriend Jodie come in and cut his hair into a mullet. Then, it’s time for "Who’s Zooming Who?" where comedian friend Steve Byrne zooms in to talk about the time he and Jon received a coffee colonic together. Next, it’s another round of everyone’s favorite new game, "How Much is That Residual Check?". And finally, it’s another edition of "Jon’s Journal". This one is about the superstition of black cats causing bad luck if they cross your path. This episode will zoom out the toxins in your body.
In this episode the boys are joined by friend Shaftney Beaver for a new segment called "Best Trends". Then comedian John Heffron zooms in to talk about how he’s dealing with social distancing. Next up it’s time for another edition of "Jon’s Journal"...this one is about a Powder Puff football game. After that its "Small Town News" about a shirtless Florida man stealing a police car and driving up to 150 MPH. Finally, they end the podcast with a "Goodwill Hunting" segment. This episode is like a game of Grand Theft Auto.
In this episode the gang talks about how the Coronavirus has infected their lives thus far. Betty Reep, aka “Mom’mosa", comes in to give us a David Reep, or “Popsicle”, Update. Then one of Jon’s old crushes Skypes into the show to confront Jon about a past episode. The boys play a new game called “How Much is That Residual Check?" followed by another round of Goodwill Hunting. This episode flattens the curve!
In this episode the gang talks about the Coronavirus and shows some videos of Sebastian & Stamos in a "Sexiest Man Alive" contest on a cruise ship. Then Jon reveals the results of Marcus Stamos' DNA test. What is his ancestry? In "Small Town News" a story about a squatter in Nashville who attacks a TV crew with an axe. Then, finally, the boys review the 1981 movie classic "Urban Cowboy". You think you might not like it, but you will.