We are back after a holiday hiatus. This episode is another swap cast with our sisters over at the Big Time Garbage podcast. We recorded this one after a Ray and Laura Comedy Showcase at Small's Bar in Hamtramck. I really don't remember what we talked about. They tried to make Alex get political, but that's boring and he #resisted. This was a fun one, listen to it.
We're back from a week off. We needed time to come down from throwing the highly successful, inaugural, Big Time Garbage Fest. But we're back to adulting. Laura threw her back out stirring a compost bin. Ray is thinking about going to a chiropractor because. We find out that Moby is lobbying to feed animals glass in California. Men are still abusing women and children. Alex had a great set in front of an LGBTQIA crowd except for the last 30 seconds.
Chad Nicefield from the band "Wilson" joins us and talks about his love of the band "Wilson Phillips." Chad also tells us about Morrissey's odd rider requests. Alex's parents were huge Robert Urich fans when he was a kid. We discover that Laura stopped paying attention to pop culture at the exact same time that she started doing stand-up comedy. Ray talks about the time Alex's boyfriend tried to record him in the shower. It's episode 1 without Gingineer Mike. He'll be back. Come to Big...
Ray didn't seem like himself in this one. We think he might be developing Narcolepsy. Brett Mercer from the Big Time Garbage Podcast stops by and explains how music genres are started. We figure out Menudo is the Illuminati. Laura and Alex become militant over gay cakes and it turns out Mike the Gingineer is a master impressionist.
We have a full episode this time. Laura talks about the time she was accosted in a library. Ray reads JFK assassination conspiracies to his dad. We learn Gingerneer Mike comes from a long line of Gingerneers. Alex explains society's problems using only analogies and no one knows what the hell he's talking about.
We have a half episode for you guys today because I brought an uncharged laptop to our recording session last week and it died. Plus the mics kept dying, so we had to keep starting over. It was a fun night. We talked about sexual abuse. Check it out.
We have Part 2 of The Big Time Garbage/Glory Friends Crossover episode coming at you today! If you missed part 1 (go check out part 1 on the Big Time Garbage Feed on iTunes), check it out on the Big Time Garbage Facebook page. We address Ray's bombshell he dropped on us in part 1. We solve sexual harassment and mass shootings but still can't figure out why Blain has a receding beard line.
It's Halloween at the Glory Hole and we talk favorite costumes growing up. Mike mansplains fracking to Laura. Ray tells us about breaking into abandoned insane asylums and we talk terrible corporate team building exercises.
We talk about a serious epidemic going through our healthcare system right now. That of course is the perfectly undetectable crime of nurses who kill using the very thing fundamental to our exist. Oxygen. We also break Russia-gate wide open on this one. We might win some journalistic awards for this one.
This one is another one from the deep dark vaults of the past. Laura let's loose on all the HATERZ in this episode. No one is safe from her verbal barrage of bullets. Alex proves that gay men can only speak the truth. Ray tells more stories about his dad and his deadly fists of fury.
This is one of the episodes we recorded before we named the podcast. It was one of our practice runs, but we decided to release it anyway. In this episode, Ray and Laura were still officially roommates at the time we recorded this and Ray shares some of their eating habits. We throw out ideas for what we should name the podcast and almost make Laura quit in the process. Ray shares some dating advice.
Things get heated in episode 2. Laura's replacement as Ray's roommate in The Gloryhole Studio, Mat Richards joins us. The tension in the air was thick but I think we all came out of the experience with clear heads and consciences.
This is our first episode and we cover a lot. Laura feels for the plight of Marcia Clark, Ray's dad is a one-man army against teenage bullies, and Alex watches a very special episode of Diff'rent Strokes.