Stories abound from Kim and Erik's weekend at the Baltimore Comedy Factory. The gang shares stories about their parents, and challenge the audience to post the most hateful thing a parent has said to them and Jeremy will put it to song. Joe Robinson drops in to discuss "The Jeremy Situation". An older woman came on to Erik after the show. Erik shares a story about his friends big problem in a wrestling mathch. Kim shares a story about how to get a big johnson through the TSA, and the gang reviews "Annebelle Creation" and "The Void".
*** Also the songs featured in episode 46 are remastered at the end of episode.
Quality Time debuts a new segment "Joe Robinson's Quality Time Corrections". Jeremy writes a song for the most mentioned person on the show James Finn. Jeremy also wrote some new theme music for Quality Time, the gang gives them a listen. Momma Woodworth tells Erik what a bad roommate Jeremy is. Erik tells the story of the baddest ass cat he ever owned, and gives his review of "The Dark Tower". Vietnam Tom drops in and they talk a little Jeff Goldblum.
Jeremy debutes his new album "Isis on the Cake". Erik's wife finds something in the laundry that puts their marriage in the hot seat. Kim got laid. Erik writes a script for Jeremy's character Vietnam Tom, and Jeremy has input. The gang talks about a open mic comic from VA who was busted for child porn, which leads to a discussion about celebrity monsters. Lasty Kim, Erik and Jer talk about movies they love that are universally panned by critics and fans. The answers will astound. Oh and Steampunk Starwars.
Kim gets glasses, and does stand up in NYC. The gang discusses Jewmanji, and "he who controls the spice girls controls the universe". Erik has a problem with not being allowed to wear shorts onstage, and dicusses a run in with a local open micer at the Wits End Saloon. Lastly Jeremy gets to see one of his idols Christopher Nolan.
The gang mourns the death of the man who brought the dead to life George A Romero. Erik regales the cast with tales of drunken antics, what Jeremy did to the police once, and Kim sees the 90s film SPAWN for the first time. It's a fun one check it out.
This Episode the group discuss Jeremy being added to "Die Laughing Productions", and his long road of charachter comedy that got him to this point. Is it the worst idea they've ever made or the best? They analize the stunts Jeremy has pulled in the past that have prevented him from joining the cast earlier, how he was escorted by security out of the 98 rock building, to faceplanting infront of 300 people. Lasty Erik shows "Blood Drive" to Kim and Jeremy and is it good show or the greatest thing ever put to film?
The gang gets in depth with Dave Shofer, Baltimore comdey figure of contraversy and infamy. Dave shares his take on local comedy, why he quit promoting, his depressing social media posts and more. Dave and Chris Restivo hash out their issues on the show. Jeremy talks about a time he went to the looney bin. Kim talks about a funny text about Erik ruining his pants, and Erik makes a fool of himself yet again in the Greenroom in Winchester VA. Jeremy tests Dave to see "How metal he really is".
Joe Robinson decides to bring Jeremy on as an understudy for Erik in the Murder Mystery. The gang talk about Bill Cosby's town hall Tour on avoiding sexual assualt charges. Erik shares tales from the road with Tommy Sinbazo, the never ending pranks, and the birth of the a movie called "The Unfuckables". Kim shares her hatred for Nicholas Cage.
The gang talks to influential Baltimore Comedy pioneer Justin Jones. We find out about his trendsetting progressive booking of transgenders and his fall from grace. Jeremy and Justin Talk about their metal band from the 90's "Stuka". Justin brings an unforgetttable gift to the podcast, and Erik shares a special untold story about his Dad you have to hear. Oh and lots of inside baseball talk about the Baltimore comedy scene.
CYBORGS part 2! The gang talk JCVD ( Jean Claude Van Damme) classics "Cyborg" and "Universal Soldier", and the phenomenon of "JCVD sweaty butt syndrome". Erik gives an initial rundown of "Friday the 13th the game". Jeremy gives a non spoiler review of "Alien Covenant". One cast member loves the film "Magic Mike XXL", and three year old Susie Woodworth drops in the show.