Graham welcomes his long time associate, General Cory “Dabs McMoonrocks” Reizner to discuss nuclear war preparedness, Bears draft pick predictions and the Bulls’ doomsday clock.
In honor of this most American of holidays, the boys present a selection of inane conversations designed to accomplish nothing and celebrate everything.
The Boys whine about replay in Baseball, Griff drops a dime on humanity in the face of a robot takeover and the sports Illuminati bring the joys of work to your free time.
Graham presents a tribute to Don Rickles, tells a story about meeting professional boxer “Hurricane” Peter McNeeley and Ronnie Reagan gets roasted by a legend.
With baseball upon us, we unveil the inaugural episode of Griff’s fantasy corner. A part of the greater Sports With A Capital F media dynasty.
Cathy Byrd, author of “The Boy Who Knew Too Much” would not like this week’s episode. If you believe that her child is the reincarnation of Lou Gehrig, you won’t either.
America claims the WBC title, Japanese baseball is super interesting and Al Michaels stops by unexpectedly.
Graham talks World Baseball Classic, skips March-Madness and welcomes Griff for a second half discussion surrounding premonitions inspired by bowel movements.
Graham bids farewell to Jay Cutler, Griff loves aliens and most people don't watch Teen Mom.