This week’s episode begins with Gustav recounting the story of the snakebite his seven year old daughter received on Memorial Day weekend. She’s fine now, but it was a scary weekend followed by a few days at Children’s Medical Center in Dallas.
With all the medical talk, Heavy asks the guys to think about how fathers approach health care versus the way that mothers might. As you can imagine, Heavy has some very specific ideas about the subject. Along the way, Gustav gives tips for how to procure IV saline solution without a prescription for your emergency preparedness needs. Heavy provides his own questionable tips and then shares his run in with Lyme Disease back in his scouting days.
An email from the Fake Bailey Jay spurs Gustav to talk about how her appearance and sweetness causes people to want to share all sorts of stories with her even though she is an introvert who doesn’t want strangers talking to her. Fake Bailey Jay and Gustav ran the Tough Mudder in Austin and had no shortage of new friends.
The guys also talk about Heavy’s irrational dislike of anything to do with clowns, Tough Mudder, sunburns, and sunscreen. And no episode would be complete without a walk down memory lane. The guys babble about Buck Rogers and Silver Spoon, which both featured the super hot Erin Grey
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