The boys have an honest discussion about Catholic Charities, 9/11, hurricane coverage, innovative drug dealers and even the Beatles. Done our way.
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This week, 66% of NTS returns a little late, joined by Brad's better 50%, to have a mid-week discussion about the ongoing Colin Kaepernick and Nike debate, why Geoffrey Owens was the latest victim of Bill Cosby, Russian engineers who should probably run and hide, and other tales of hard work, dedication and pride.
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Don't call it a comeback! But, after weeks of semi-intelligence and heartfelt statements, the guys discuss dummy NFL failures, PC colleges censoring comics for being insensitive, PETA bitching about boxes of animal crackers, Hollywood liars, and Craig telling a child to go to hell.
If you liked us before we got our periods, you'll really like this episode.
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This week, technology bit the guys in the ass once again, making 2/3 of the show unlistenable. So, a beer-soaked, four-man Friday night turned into a coffee-heavy, chill 1:1 discussion of stereotypes, Omarosa, Trump, religious hypocrisy and more. It's a very different kind of episode, but we like it, so let's see where it goes.
The boys return from a week off ready to tackle the world's biggest issues, including beach umbrella homicides, unionized ninjas in Japan, Walmart making people fatter, and gross period parties in the UK.
The boys meet up with their good friends, New England rock band Psycle, to discuss their music, the state of rock and roll, celebrity stories and -- for some reason -- fists. It's a different kind of episode, with lots of noise, loud voices, low voices and drunk voices. And we wouldn't change a thing.
The boys are back after a rough week off to discuss how Facebook political arguments are meaningless, when Britain might riot because of C02, how Jim Bakker plans to cure VD and why the Fourth of July sucks out loud.
If you're new to Needless to Say... start here. This clips episode looks back at almost 40 episodes of radio gold, address Brad's reputation, Mike's laziness, and never once mentions "you know whut I mean..."
The boys are back (a few days late) with an episode that screams "middle class." They bitch about money, cry about hobbies, and sniffle their way through personal shit. It's everything you love about NTS. Join us, won't you?