Well, this is it. Liam and Will pull out all the stops by bringing on the heavy hitting guests to talk about Brexit and weigh the odds of success for famous Twitter s**t-posters in the Democratic primaries. Podcasts come and go but heroes always be on their bulls**t.
In part 1 of the finale of The Bad Guys Pod, detectives Jarrett Seidler and Jeffrey Paternostro of Baseball Prospectus are brought in for an interrogation as Liam and Will try to get to the bottom of the Jeff McNeil and Robert Gsellman cases. Time is a flat 6.
Liam and Will are here to answer the call. The guys asked numerous baseball writers and personalities to provide what they felt was the foremost question concerning baseball. The guys give realistic answers to each one and fix MLB for good. You’re welcome America.
The guys are back to discuss the breaking news that “Liam reminds people of Natasha Lyonne”. The guys also talk the Knicks – Mavericks trade, the latest revelations regarding Gabe Kapler’s time with the Dodgers, and some Super Bowl indifference. There’s also the debut of a new segment called “Dice-capades”. We don’t know either.
The guys check in again with little rest to catch up on a lazy New Years Day. Topics include Yusei Kikuchi, the Mets offseason, Nassau Coliseum, Wing Bowl, the 1999 MLB umpire strike, and schvitzing…. as in steam rooms and saunas. It’s schvitzing szn.
The guys check in a little fatigued, but talk Mets Hot Stove. Robinson Cano and Noah Syndergaard trades are discussed, but also the 2005 White Sox rotation for some reason. The guys also do a bit of “Better Know A Bar” for The Irish American on John Street and talk about skunk taps. Other topics include the Sixers, the Rangers, and Rachael Ostovich.
We’re coming to you live from Election Night 2018 HQ. Co-Hosts Sh***y Wolf Blitzer and Will have on Jarrett Seidler, Trevor Strunk, and Brady Childs to (mostly) give you (previously) live and (formerly) up-to-the-minute election results. This is part one of two in a four hour special. Think CNN, but while it’s microdosing LSD and yet somehow more credible.