Slade recaps his Canadian tour, JW introduces us to his home town of Kilgore, and all three guys dig into their favorite, most serendipitous moments on stage.
Abbey Vollman joins Slade, Sam, & JW to tackle the release of Hocus Pocus 2, going through your significant other's phone, what it's like to remodel a house, and the WWE & John Cena.
Abbey Vollman joins the show this month as JW explains how cutting back on drinking has influenced his dreams. Also, dealing with fans, fights over insurance, and an English chicken commercial.
Slade & JW are joined by old-school Houston comedy this month! This is Part 2 of a long hang with Juan Villareal & Dave Lawson. Bad shows, worse shows, terrible comedy condos, and burying the headliner. It's a full blown run through Houston comedy in this episode!
Slade & JW are joined by old-school Houston comedy this month! This is Part 1 of a long hang with Juan Villareal & Dave Lawson. This episode runs the whole timeline, from the 90s comedy scene in Houston to the current scene today. Plus, mentions of Ali Siddiq, Mo Amer, Thea Vidale, & Ralphie May.
Chef Brandon Silva joins Slade Ham, Jerry Wayne Longmire, & Sam Demaris to discuss the concept behind his latest culinary adventure. Plus everybody pulls from the Questionable Cup!
Marzi Montezari joins Slade Ham, Sam Demaris, & Jerry Wayne Longmire to talk about his near-tour with Overkill, metal band reunions, Pantera, and what it's like to learn so many songs note for note.
It's a brand new summer schedule for The Whiskey Brothers. Mark Hurtado & Abbey Vollman sit in to talk about career fallback plans, cucumber water, Bollywood and the film RRR, mushroom trips, and how to build a perfect world.
It's the beginning of a brand new summer schedule for The Whiskey Brothers. Mark Hurtado & Mycal Dede sit in to talk about fireworks, bugs, the origin of patriotic songs, and the unspoken rules of stand up comedy.
Will Loden & Rich Williams join Slade & JW as they discuss their repeated mistakes, depression, and why someone would attack the Mona Lisa.
Rich Williams talks about driving Lyft after a show, Will Loden helps us with hillbilly knowledge, and an awkward Starbucks line.
Slade learns about George Jones from JW before everything spirals into a brainmashing swirl of artificial intelligence, aliens, Bill Clinton, and a data leak that might end us all.
Slade leads a rare two-man podcast as he interviews Jerry Wayne Longmire about his TikTik channel and content creation.
Chuck Savage & Paul Oddo rejoin the show to talk about original art, the Flatiron Jumpers, and the Houston comedy scene of yesteryear.
Chuck Savage & Paul Oddo sit in to talk about the legendary Laff Stop, Lonesome Dove, the reliability of memory, and the real story behind John Lee Hooker's pizza.
The entire cast makes it to the studio to discuss band branding for companies, UFC then vs now, the alkaline diet, and misunderstood geniuses.
The full cast returns to see what movies do and do not hold up, plus cop videos, and how to win an argument.
JW almost goes to jail for the dumbest of reasons, Tre tries to sleep on a plane and gets interrupted by the worst of sandwiches, and Sam eats a scorpion.
It's a full-strength episode as Slade & Tre return from the Ukraine to talk about jobs you don't want and cultural appropriation.
It's another road episode with Chase DuRousseau & Paul Oddo, with a look at Eurovision 2022 and the trip thus far.
Chase DuRousseau sits in with Slade & Tre for an episode recorded on tour overseas to talk about foreign food, music, and the history of several European cities.
Slade uses a word that confuses JW, then it's a round of Fabrication, and a question of everyone's favorite video game world. With Kenji Alonzo.
Kenji Alonzo sits in to talk about Larry the Cable Guy's arm wrestling match, heart attacks, and how to fix the health care system.
It's a masculinity-heavy episode as the guys discuss the technical details of sex, testosterone, and finding yourself in a dangerous relationship.
Recorded in January and unreleased, this episode gets into tragedies, Ghandi, a January 6th Reunion, and what valor its okay to steal.