Lizzy Goodman is an author whose latest book ‘Meet Me In The Bathroom’ is the first major book to document the NYC music scene and culture from 2001-2011.
The guys spend the entire episode going off the rails and subsequently trying to get back on. They start with a discussion about the color of Chris’ nacho steak and then remember this isn’t a visual medium. They follow up with a discussion of your favorite Chinese food items and try to create the perfect take out Chinese order. They awkwardly transition to discussion the Cornhole championships on ESPN but that devolved into giggling like school children because there is no way to discuss cornhole without it sounding overtly sexual. They end with Tv recommendations, one that Chris hated and one that Damian hated.
‘Any Time with Vin Forte’ Episode 50: “Creativity is a Self-Renewing Resource” [Guest: Justin McElroy]
Justin McElroy is best known for him & his brother’s podcast ‘My Brother, My Brother, and Me” as well as their SeeSo comedy series, being the Editor-at-Large for the gaming site Polygon, and for additional podcasts such as The Adventure Zone and Sawbones.
‘Any Time with Vin Forte’ Episode 49: “Slimer Toothpaste & Austerity Noodles” [Guests: Cheapshow Podcast]
Paul Gannon & Eli Silverman host the popular ‘Cheap Show Podcast’ out of the UK as well as perform on the Barshens Youtube channel alongside popular Youtubers Barry Lewis & (past guest) Stuart Ashen.
Chris goes to Starbucks which leads to a learning opportunity about the history of avocados. People on Facebook have thoughts on eggs and Joe mostly hates those thoughts. The guys weigh in on ketchup’s right to exist then move on to arguing about the Mets. They finish up with a discussion about the NBC comedy The Good Place.
‘Any Time with Vin Forte’ Episode 48: “Meeting a Cobbler in the Middle Ages” [Guest: Stephen Ignatious]
Stephen Ignatious is the host of the ‘In Strange Company’ podcast and also does work with the legendary WFMU.
Chris and Joe Recap their breakfast together. Then they analyze a list of the best type of French fries and read your FB comments. The guys follow up by discussing celebrations in baseball (specifically Yasiel Puig’s vs the New York Mets last week and finish up nerding out about Spider-Man: Homecoming and the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Oh, and they find a way to talk about avocados again.
John Szeluga is a comedian and writer for ‘Impractical Jokers’ and the host of the Super Live Adventure Podcast with his co-host Chris Sorrentino.
Food and Sports stuff is a new podcast from Dog and Pony Show. It is equidistant from your stomach and brain. It’s a great place to get all of your food discussions and most of your sports discussions. Chris Olivieri and Joe Bisceglie cook up some delicious food content for your brain and give you some sports takes that are often out of left field. They also try not to lean too heavily on puns as that can get old quick. Really the podcast is Chris and Joe riffing on whatever topics fall into their sphere which means they can go from food to sports to pop culture to anywhere in between.
Roy Wood Jr is a comedian who can be seen most weeknights as a correspondent for ‘The Daily Show with Trevor Noah’