This week our Heroes start the show talking about how it’s twice as hot at Dan’s house than Jess’s. They theorize what it would be like to swap lives.. Dan wonders why they have National Zipper Day as he tells the story about how he got the beans above the frank as a child. Dan gives his review of the 1991 movie Hook and how practical effects hold up so much better than CG.
We get a house update and Dan is scared to drink the tap water after he had green bits in his glass.Jess discusses how more people are getting speeding tickets for going over 100mph than ever. Then we discuss the speeding tickets we got in our lives. Dan and Jess discuss the Post Malone Nirvana fundraiser and how fun it was.
We wrap the episode with Some Good new talk. This week Jess is the good news with her heroic efforts for have a bottle drive to help the pet cause.
Our heroes start the show talking about stoners and Earth Day. Gas is -$36 a barrel and Dan wants to buy it all. Jess talks about it being affordable to do burnouts in her state because prices are so low. SPOILERS** Dan talks about how uncomfortable the movie Colossal made him. (Rotten Tomatoes disagrees) SPOILERS** Jess describes part of the movie Onward. SPOILERS** They then debate on whether or not to bring someone back to life for a day.
Dan talks about how Jess is bumping elbows with the cast of Tiger King on Cameo.com Dan can easily fall down the Cameo rabbit hole. If you could get a Cameo from anyone, Who would it be from? Check out Gone to the Snow Dogs Cameo here. https://www.cameo.com/gonetothesnowdogs
Jess and Dan talk about Shane Glawson and his recent Craziest Conspiracy Theories video. What is your take on the water theory?
We talk about Olive. A 93 year old young lady that posted a now viral video about how she needed more beer. The Coors company sent her 10 cases.
This week our Heroes start the show talking about tv shows Clone High (watch free on MTV.com), the most recent episode of Tiger King and the fallout after the show, Modern Family ending after 11 years, and American Idol.
We then head in to the Patreon questions, where we talk about the new music we have been listening to lately. Dan thinks songs are now being created to become TikTok songs and talks about music to help him sleep. Jess talks about her small army of Alexa beacons she has in her house. Jess loves Jeeps, Groundhog’s Day, and Bill Murray, so it is no surprise that she would like the new commercial that Jeep made. Dan talks about the commercials that are addressing the current health situation.
We get into the first topic, talking about how AI learns to translate human brain activity into text for Locked-In Syndrome Patients, and the good and bad things that can come from being able to read people's thoughts. Do you want people to read your every thought?
The record has been broken, yet again, for the time it takes to drive a car from NY to California. You have to average over 100mph and break all the laws to get it done. With 50% less traffic on the road, now is the best time to attempt it. This turns into talks about high speed pursuits and how the police handle things differently in Detroit vs. California.
Our Heroes talk about a good news story about how neighborhoods are projecting movies on their houses for people to enjoy. Dan tries to convince Jess that she should do the same. Dan wants to find someone projecting movies in his town. Dan wants to start a cable access show like Wayne’s World.
What did Hubble see on your birthday? We interact with a NASA website that lets you see what space picture was taken on your birthday. Jess talks about her astrology classes and her desire to have a telescope that takes pictures. Dan wants to go to space and Jess just wants to stay on the ground. Dan is super disenchanted with how his photo looks, while Jess has a rad picture. Dan is now sad that he was born on the 10th because the pictures from the 11th are amazing. Dan asks for everyone to post their Hubble birthday pictures in the Facebook group.
This week our Heroes start by talking bout Sunday's LIVE Funcast. Dan tells stories of his new addiction to Uncrustables. Dan talks about his sample pack of Mayouchup.
Jess talks about making an Easter video to bring normalcy to the audience. Dan wants to race the dogs for fastest egg hunting time. We get a behind the scenes talk about what it takes to make a fun Easter video. Dan gives an update about the status of his crazy in home construction.
We read our Patreon questions about positivist during quarantine and the fun things you can do with your friends and family.
We then talk about "Some good news: show that is all about positive news during this tough times. They decide that the Podcast should also have a good news segment. I recommend that you watch this video.
Our final topic is about a charming 84 year young gamer that knows no boundaries. She is a perfect example that age is just a number. We talk about what we will be doing at age 84.
THe episode ends as we talk about the love ans support that the town of Alpena is giving, but also the love that we get from you at home. We really appreciate all the support and you give us. It does not go unnoticed.
Our heroes start the podcast talking about how Dan will be Jes’s employee. We thank all the Patreon users for the love they give us. The talks change to making Dan a robot so he can work inside Jes’s house. Dan tells the story about farting in Japan in great detail. A story that Dan loves to tell. Dan tells stories about being evacuated from home home due to a gall leak.Dan loves gas bubbles.
Jess gives Dan ideas on how to shower since he has no hot water. Jess tries to teach Dan about dry shampoo.That leads to Dan showing Jess about powdered toothpaste from the 80’s. Dan has a story about the girliest thing Jess has ever said.Dan claims that the aluminum in his deodorant is turning him into Silver Surfer.
Dan tells stories about him being an extra in a movie in Los Angeles,how he was casted, and how fun it was. Inside Dan thinks he could be a good filmmaker.
Jess has news for Dan. Jess talks about how an upcoming documentary (Heartprints in the Snow) will use her footage of some of the mush racing she has. This will be so exciting.
Our heroes discuss the topics for the My Strange Addiction show.
Our heroes talk about doing more live streams during the social distancing phase to entertain everyone. Dan was curious if Boomerang bread exists. Jess talks about Kira having her first birthday and what her original name was.
Thank you everyone for 60 great episodes. We couldn't do it without all your support.
Our Heroes start out talking about how the weather is hot in California, and snowy in Michigan. Jess talks about taking Memphis and Kira sledding on a muddy snowmobile trail. Jame is there to save the day if anything happens. The dogs run close to 16mph (that is fast). Jess gets soaked and muddy, but has a blast.
Jess and Dan talk about the importance of helmet safety and Dan shares stories of people not wanting to wear helmets and their stories. (ps: wear a helmet) Jess tells us all about this really cool Dog tracking app (DOGO) for when you walk or run your dogs. Jess talks about maybe racing the dogs next year. How fun would that be?
Dan spins the conversation into food talks asking about Shake n’ Bake and how Jess treats her Instapot like a magician's hat. Dan reminisces about cool food machines of yesteryear. Dan goes on a rant about how baby corn is not food and the texture of cottage cheese. Dan talks about how good the local fresh vegetables and fruits are in Southern California.
Talks turn to viral videos of people eating corn with a power drill, bad bang cutting, and hair cutting stories. Dan figures out why he liked to eat wax.
Dan talks about his trip to LA as his Pittsburgh Penguins are in town. Yellow Mohawk and all. Dan ends the podcast with a cool DANtics announcement.