Unexpectedly alone, Aaron and Casey extended their contrition from last week but eventually made up and got along with each other. They talked mostly about baseball in this episode, including Josh Hamilton, Michael Saunders, and Jesus Montero. They revisited the two Mariners Cliff Lee trades so that Casey could talk about John Jaso.
Aaron and Casey had a rough afternoon, so they had to hash that out before talking sports. After they has out their differences they talk about Marshawn Lynch, Josh Hamilton, Yoan Moncada, the NFL Combine, and many other things.
Aaron and Casey sat down — just them for the first time in a while — and reflected on their Valentine’s Day, sports, and life. They talked about the upcoming NFL veteran’s combine, NFL draft, and the merits of Rickie Weeks as a utility player for the Seattle Mariners. They also talked about Russell Wilson and his enjoyment of 50 Shades of Grey.
Alex Akita is back to talk about the Seahawks mostly, but also a variety of other topics that may be less good for a written medium. Alex talked to Aaron and Casey about the Seahawks offseason needs, players they may cut, and players they may draft. They also talked about seals having sex with penguins, for some reason.
On this episode of Offspeed Podcast, Casey and Aaron are joined by the great Kermet Apio. Kermet is best known as one of the most successful comedians in the Seattle area, but is also an avid Seattle sports fan who moved to Seattle from Hawaii during one of the pivotal times in Seattle sports. Kermet talked to Aaron and Casey about the Super Bowl (ugh) but by the end of the podcast/therapy session all of the guys feel a lot better.
On this podcast Aaron and Casey welcomed long-time Aaron Kirby friend, beer enthusiast, and lead singer of the band Six 2 Midnight, Sean Millar. Sean brought amazing beers and the three guys shared several beers over the course of two hours, 20 minutes of which got cut off by Casey being a dumb person, 18 minutes of which wasn’t much worth listening to anyways. The guys talked about baseball, football, and basketball, as well as too much talk about the stupid pseudo sport called professional wrestling and the amazing beers they were all drinking.
In the triumphant tenth episode of your favorite podcast, Aaron and Casey welcomed two comedians into Casey’s dining room, and Casey’s dining room will never be the same. This is maybe the dirtiest episode of any podcast Casey or Aaron have ever been involved with, but it’s funny nonetheless.