The guys are back this week with Heavy’s new flag code, problems with Whataburger and a special treat from Ray Ranfill. To make up for last week’s short episode we bring you the listener over one hour of quality product.
Right out of the chute, the guys tackle electricity and belts. Riveting stuff right? Then Gustav talks a bit more about Letterkenny, the Canadian comedy series that is now the guy’s current favorite show (update: Ty is all caught up). It would be great if Letterkenny was available in the U.S. but it’s not at this time so you are just going to have “figure it out”.
Then Heavy gets all patriotic and digs into the Flag Code. That leads Ty and Gus to prove they are partly wrong most of the time.
Then we address a follow up email from our previous episode Partial Rewall. Ray Ranfill is a poet and Ty gives life to his wonderful verses.
After such a glorious j.o. fest of in-jokes and 80’s NCAA basketball references, Ty gets all old man and channels his rage against Whataburger after he’s had two negative experiences in 24 hours. Plus Heavy reveals a shocking Whataburger confession.
Somehow Ty realizes that Heavy looks like singer/songwriter/actor Hoyt Axton and that derails the show for a while.
Since they are derailed, Ty and Gus spend some time fondly thinking about the WKRP Softball episode.
Gustav tells how listener Matt found the lost Coke movie commercial in a shockingly small amount of time. Coke is the Real Thing once again.
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