The great and magical Stephen Bobbett joins us for this installment of The Waysiders. (Check out his sites: http://www.bigcrunchcomics.com, http://www.daydreamcomic.com, and http://www.stephenbobbett.com.) We touch on all sorts of stuff. Christ! tries to get Our Hero fired from his job. We end on a musical note. It’s probably brilliant.
The Waysiders go Bad Boozin’! The boys join T & T of T & T’s Bad Booze Review. We, for some reason, agreed to help them sample the original Four Loko recipe. It’s really pretty atrocious, all things considered. That’s what makes it hilarious. Also, Our Hero’s play emerges from the depths of his genius.
Those incorrigible Waysiders return with R.T.’s one-act play. Which he totally ‘wrote.’ Then we get pretty political and also discuss some more of the poor decisions Christ! makes when left alone to drink and wander the streets. We also encourage E. Christopher Clark (http://echristopherclark.com/) to write more.
The most interesting part of this podcast is what’s missing. That is, immediately following the signoff and the cut of the microphones, Christ! said, “You should have just told me if you guys didn’t want to do this anymore!” Man, did we laugh!
The Waysiders present the first of three one-act plays. The boys then dissect that play. Our Hero says the phrase ‘donkey knob.’ R.T. coughs a lot. Republicans get trashed. They discuss CM Punk, ale, Stone Church, Three Word Phrase, and http://www.greatandsecret.com/.
Christ! takes the controls and pilots the Waysiders rocketship through time and space. We talk about how we wish to die, shitty job experiences, sundresses, and discover that Our Hero’s mother is a scientist. And a fighter. And a lover. What a lady.