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The full Can You Hear Me crew is back this week for insane ideas, funny stories and Heavy’s World Famous Baked Beans. After Gustav’s history lecture last week, the boys are ready to make each other laugh.
Despite trying to have a discussion about college sports team gear, Gustav derails the conversation early on with elbow talk and makes himself laugh more than any person should. The guys get back on track and talk about the nature of Texas college sports fans. Then Heavy and Gus vaguely remember a story about the horse from Texas Tech and recount an incident which may or may not have happened, but it makes for a good story either way (we are fully expecting hate mail from all sides after this segment).
Gus asks “what made you funny?” and Ty tries to answer while Heavy works to undermine the conversation. Ty brings up Sid Caesar’s Show of Shows and Gustav tries to discuss the Marx Brothers, but it goes no where fast.
Then they turn their attention to a Twitter question about why they don’t use the song “Silent Running” by Mike and the Mechanics in the show open. Gustav has reasons and he lays them out for you (but it is a great song from the eighties!).
Professor Brad sends Gustav texts throughout the episode which Gustav shares with the audience. Someday he will make a guest appearance, but only via texts this week.
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Ty then gives some Oscar talk before Heavy talks way too much about his world famous baked beans. The look of pride on his face as he talked about these baked beans was prouder than we have ever seen.
Then, on a roll, Heavy talks about something extremely large he found. This is a story not for the squeamish or more delicate listeners. Plus Ty gives some further thoughts to his timing challenge.
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