The three Fish Burps musketeers are back in the studio with more things to say. We welcome back friends of the show Joseph “Punny-Man” Ugalde and David “Nervous” Cooper. Sara is still recovering from her trip to NYC, where she ran a 2-mile obstacle course in 90-degree heat with her family for “fun.” There are so many parts of that sentence that make us wonder whether Sara knows the definition of “fun.” Doug got a new beard-cut (like a haircut, but for your face) so let’s all take a moment to mourn his infamous “flavor-savor” soulpatch and pray that it makes a triumphant return. Dan gave his all in the Comedy Machine competition last night, so we’ll find out whether he was crowned the funny champ or if he had a bitter, resentful ride home from Oakland. Speaking of bitter, Dan will ask Sara to explain why he wasn’t INITIALLY invited to her board game night. ALSO, if we stay on topic (unlikely) we will discuss and bicker over new research that reveals the nation’s “relationship deal breakers.”
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, we’re 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, Sara DeForest. Sara joined the podcast because Dan and Doug wanted a mediator. Turns out that she is more of an instigator, teaming up with one host or the other and encouraging more bickering. Sara also offers a “fresh” perspective, meaning that she hasn’t seen MAS*H and is the target for Dan & Doug’s complaints about Millennials. But don’t worry, she doesn’t regret her decision to join the podcast at all. 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. Sara will use her power to eliminate “throat fry’ in Millennial women, and god bless her for doing so. 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.