In which Jeff celebrates the culmination of his divorce, Shakim awaits the arrival of a precious baby girl, Jeff and Shakim discover their essential characters through a Game of Thrones personality profile, the end of the Richardson era of live sound, the further adventures of Where Dem Dragons At?, Jeff reveals a heartbreaking childhood malady and its subsequent surgical correction, and so much more!
Closing Track: Kurt Lindsay "High Road"
In which Jeff and Fred discuss such topics as divorce, marriage and pet ownership, we discuss how to reveal secrets without pissing off your significant others, Game of Thrones is dissected in exhausting detail in our new GoT segment "Where Dem Dragons At?", and we go deep into each other's lives with sensitivity and grace. And cock merchants!
In which Jeff and Shakim welcome guest Sotaria into the Mailman Studios dungeon kitchen, Sotaria speaks of her development as a musician, some hostility toward so-called "Ratchet People" is expressed, Shakim's music is beginning to seep into all our lives, we learn beards are definitely NOT full of poop, and we discover that Everything is Awesome has a brand new Game of Thrones recap segment: "Where Dem Dragons At?"
The ending track for this episode is: "King of Swing", Big Bad Voodoo Daddy
In which Jeff interviews Patrick Galactic, former Death By Stars frontman, about his origins, his career in music, and his groovy new direction as a solo artist. Covering such topics as bullying, the drive to succeed in art, divorce, and many more fascinating topics. Patrick's music is featured throughout, with one recorded track and four live songs. This dude's funny, folks. Check it.