Actor/comedian Kevin Christy joins Bryan as guest co-host while Brendan is in Dallas. The guys talk comedy, loud tennis players, drag queens, real art vs marketed art, toupee's, Bryan's experience in Beijing, China, tree hugging, John Joseph's fight story about Bryan, Neil Brennan saving Kevin's life, T.J. Dillashaw, child actors, Shaun Weiss from The Mighty Ducks, Johnny Depp, Macaulay Culkin, Bryan eating authentic Chinese food, clever logos and much more.
A very special Occasionally Awesome with a special announcement about the show near the one hour mark. We hope you enjoy this episode with our dynasty guest Jayson Thibault. Get his album 'Return to the Red State' January 6th on All Things Records, iTunes and wherever music and comedy can be streamed.
Kevin and Nick would like to thank everyone for listening, sending thoughtful emails about the episodes and any and everything else that reminded us to keep doing this podcast week after week, coming out to live standup shows and saying hi and always, always, always being awesome. You guys are the best.
Nick and Kevin compile gift ideas for the 2016 holiday season. Discussed are everything from gift certificates to watches, records, kitchen gadgets, museum memberships, writing supplies and so much more. Happy holidays!
Joshua Rofé, director and producer is back n the show to promote and discuss Swift Current, his latest documentary that follows the life of NHL star Sheldon Kennedy who was sexually abused by his hockey coach as a teenager in Canada. The documentary chronicles Sheldon’s childhood through his post-NHL life where he works as an advocate for those who have been abused. Swift Current is a powerful and moving documentary. Check it out now on iTunes and Google Play. More info about the film can be found at swiftcurrentdoc.com
Sarah Novia returns on the one year anniversary of her first time on the show and she talks post election blues, confusion, fear and anger over the results. Everyone goes through their thoughts on what happened and what's to come and Sarah gives some professional advice on how we can all listen and work with one anther as people to get through the next four years.