Young Nerd, Old Punk returns after a year and a half hiatus and Kelly and Tim are ready to tackle some subcultural exchanges. Tim shares the 2007 Germs biopic, What We Do Is Secret, with Kelly and Kelly assigns Tim some Youtube videos.
It's our final course of the season and we're talking Coca Cola Cowboy and tattoos. We've got more dollar treats along with our course review. Intro/Interlude/Outro Music: Knud Pheiffer by Flemming Geille and George Tornqvist
This episode we learn about the Van Meter Visitor, Kelly's first job, plan A, and plan B. Tim makes an announcement regarding the Three Meat Funeral Challenge and also brought more Dollar Treats. Intro/Interlude/Outro Music: The Visit by Frank Lee's Tara Ceilidh Band
This episode Katie joins us for round two of the Three Meat Funeral Challenge and controversy erupts. We talk about our sick sense of humor, pork butt, ants, and we have more Dollar Treats. Intro/Interlude/Outro Music: Parade of the Wooden Soldiers by Brunswick Salon Orchestra.
Kelly joins Matt and Tim for a commentary track of Mule's second and final album, If I Don't Six. Along with their thoughts on the album they discuss strip clubs, weddings, southern heritage, and alcohol themed tattoos.
Frisky Discs takes a mid-season break so Matt and Tim can discuss 90's band, Mule. Tim shares his history with the band, why they chose this band, and he and Matt give a song by song breakdown of their 1993 self titled debut. We've also got a match play between Soundgarden, Symphony X, and Avenged Sevenfold.
This episode is Fancy free so Matt, Kelly, and Tim let their nerd flags fly and spend way too much time talking Pokemon. Tim introduces a new segment "Is this a sentence?" Intro/Interlude/Outro Music: Small Town Boy by Louis Jordan and his Tympany Five.
This episode we're at Centennial Park in Waukee, IA. Kelly shares a story about the Jonas Brothers and things just get more twisted from there. We also debut a new segment the "Three Meat Funeral Challenge". Intro/Interlude/Outro Music: Under the Double Eagle by Sousa's Band
This week we're visiting Waterford Park in Urbandale, IA. We've got Randy Houser versus Cole Porter in our match play and Kelly has a surprise guest. Intro/Interlude/Outro Music - Johnny Lee Wills and His Boys - Shattered Dreams.