February 22, 2012 1
Dan McQuade [Sports Illustrated, Philadelphia magazine] asks the panel why certain sports stories break out of that realm and into the mainstream. What results is a discussion of politics, racism, the media and those little astrology books at the supermarket checkout. ALSO- Viewer Mail & the immensely entertaining What Did Tony Zaret Have for Lunch?
December 7, 2011 Respond
A listener question gets Tony a little hot under the collar in “Ask Tony Zaret About the Television Industry,” then Shek asks the panel if being annoyed at Tim Tebow and the Broncos’ success makes him a jerk.
September 9, 2010 Respond
Dennis DiClaudio (indecisionforever.com) and Dan Zaret join Shek, Andrew and RJ to discuss things for which we have newfound respect. Also, racist Chicago hot dogs and new swears.
June 2, 2010 Respond
Olivia and RJ are joined by stalwart guests Leonard Pierce and Tony Zaret, as well as upstart Kevin Church (beaucoupkevin.com), to discuss competition in its various forms- Bar trivia, sports, fake internet property buying, role playing and more. Also, a new segment, “Viewer Mail,” wherein we read letters from our listener. RJ complains about a…
January 27, 2010 1
Liz Lent and Leonard Pierce stop in to discuss how one should decorate their space at work? Put a lot into it, or keep an emotional distance? Quickly Now! asks about everyone’s first professional sporting experience and we gain another sponsor who doesn’t know they’ve been gained.
March 25, 2009 1
Guest panelist Leonard Pierce joins us, as we discuss cheating and sex with robots in the future, things that you cannot rationally believe and what you will do when folks finally riot in the streets over the economy. Also- Deke Zibinski of Baltimore’s Northside Tavern answers questions about non-alcoholic drinks, surprises, hangover cures, television programs…
May 5, 2008 Respond
The Wasted Words Gang discusses teamwork, the perfect job, mountain climbing, Microsoft Word, and overly prolific bands.
April 27, 2008 Respond
This week we discuss bow ties, bees, bad habits, Some to do with sports, and meat.
April 3, 2008 Respond
Special Guest Tony Zaret helps us discuss baseball, the futility of trying to change yourself, the good old days, and eskimos.