Casey is joined by New York comedian Dan Soder, who has an hour special called “Not Special,” a Sirius XM radio show called “The Bonfire” with Big Jay Oakerson, and acts on the Showtime show “Billions.” Dan is a die hard San Francisco 49ers fan and was once the underling of Gregr. Gregr is the morning show host on 107.7 The End in Seattle. He and Dan worked at a radio station together in Tuscon, Arizona, where Dan gained the on-air name Scared Dan.
Casey is joined by comedian and Cleveland sports fan Kortney Shane Williams. Kortney and Casey talked last year after the finals. They also talk about a year ago when Casey asked Kortney one of the worst interview questions in the history of all podcasts.
Casey is joined by his comedian friend Taylor Bonzer. Taylor is a huge nerd, and has very different movie taste than Casey. They talk about how to act at movies, what movies they like that the other person doesn’t like, a movie that they both like a lot, and a bunch of annoying comedy talk.
Casey talks to Wingman Brewers co-owner and head brewer Ken Thoburn. Ken talks about his brewery, and also the perhaps overblown story of AB InBev buying up hop fields, and the less overblown story of AB InBev buying a beloved and respected craft brewery called Wicked Weed.
Former Offspeed Podcast co-host, Casey’s dear friend, and host of the Feels Badcast on this network, joins Casey. They talked for nearly an hour, but the first 40 minutes are lost to the sands of time. Casey messed up the recording. Nonetheless, Casey and BRCyeah debuted the Over/Under game, guessing career earnings of athletes in four different sports.
Jonathan Hull is a writer for the Wichita Falls Times Record News, and a longtime draft buff. Casey and Jonathan used to write about the NFL at the now-defunct Fantasy Football Jungle, where we find out that Jonathan was right about many more things than Casey.