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Food and Sports Stuff: Episode 07 – Rick & Morty’s New York Fantasy

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Episode 07 – Rick & Morty’s New York Fantasy

New York Food, Rick & Morty, Fantasy Sports

The guys eat breakfast together again and are varying degrees of sleep deprived. They talk non-specifically about their favorite meals in NY and too specifically about their results of a Buzzfeed Quiz. They move onto season 3 of Rick and Morty and whether or not the shows more existential premise is better. Joe and Chris finish up with a conversation about how fantasy sports impacts their real life fandom and talk way too much about their own fantasy league. Also, Joe lets you know how to send in corrections on stuff they get wrong.

 

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Below are some of the things we reference, but think you should watch/read too.

Easy” (Like Sunday Morning) was performed by The Commodores (Lionel Richie) – We were WAY off.


 

Hey, This is Pier 76. It’s basically across the street from the ferry on Staten Island, for those of you in NYC.

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Nippon was the name of the Japanese Restaurant that Joe couldn’t remember

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I just wanted to post this Oliver and Company video

 

Justin Roiland’s internet TV station was called Channel 101, here’s House of Cosby’s (Not “Too Many Cosbys), one of the shows

 

Playing Fantasy College Football? Follow these accounts!

 

Here’s a recap of the Seth Rogen episode of The League

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