Episode 33 finds things going fairly well in the kingdom of Fish Burps. On this eve of morrow, the lone wolf called Doug is off resting his weary head and liver after waging a hard-fought war against his inner demons. Doug is continuing to vanquish the wickedness that resides within him and we all wish him the best. Dan, on the other hand, is embracing his inner demons and trying to get them to see things from his point of view. Dan’s inner demons sure are jerks. We welcome back to the show the L & T Sara DeForest as well Dan’s brother, Joe, and the return of one the show’s most self-proclaimed favorites, Tommy “Man, could I be any greater” Flynn. We will talk about Bay to Breakers, the minutia of San Francisco neighborhoods and Joe’s interesting conversation about racism with the guy who cut his hair and gave him a shave. Jesus, Internet, can you handle all of this?
The program features humor (hopefully), adult language (definitely), intervals of Dan & Doug loving and/or hating one another, complaining, adult themes, adults discussing TV show theme songs, and Sara rethinking her decision to be a part of this. Listener discretion advised. But, Jeez, I’m not your mom. Live your life.
Two life long friends, Dan & Doug, who can barely stand one another wax moronic about their lives, the world and other pointless endeavors. Doug & Dan almost never agree on anything but one of them is always right. Through their very different lenses they will dissect everything and try to figure out what the hell is going on, as if it matters. There will be lively conversations about many topics (TBA), arguments, tiffs, petty bickering, friendship, special guests, not so special guests, intelligence and stupidity. Plus, pie. As their fan base grows, so will their power and influence. This will ultimately lead to an enormous fight [hopefully] on air about how to use their new found cache of cultural importance. Doug will want to use it to get more beer; Dan will want to use it to find the absolutely best pair of pants for his body type. Have a listen before things go horribly wrong. And, oh yeah, the pie.