The weirdest Black History Month is over. Semi Pen15 review along with On My Block news. A little bit of music and sports. Also, a new restaurant for you to check out in El Dorado Hills.
New Year, New Beginnings, New Era, only Stephone. The transition begins on a serious note.
Intro/Mad Gabble: – 00:03:50
Sports: 00:03:50 – 00:10:13
Trump Talk: 00:10:19 – 00:15:51
King of R&B/Outro: 00:15:55 – End
Just a short little 4th of July episode for your listening pleasure.
Gear up for another annoyingly specific episode! Jenny and her co-hosts Samm and Stephone dive deep into the wonder of The Office.
Jenny and Stephone are finally edgy again! Listen as they analyze IHOP’s attempt at rebranding, Kanye and Kid Cudi’s recent collab, and British TV shows that Jenny has been binge-watching.
In this brief (notice I didn’t say “quick, concise, and beautiful?) episode, Jenny and Stephone get angry.
…a little bit of information, but mostly just dick jokes. Jenny and Stephone quickly discuss sports, ghosting, and the Royal Wedding, before a business meeting at Black Bear Diner.
Quick, but not so concise or beautiful. This week, Stephone makes his boundaries clear when going to see Infinity War on Friday.
***I would like to point out, @TseStanley23 gets all the credit for creating the rules of watching Avengers.***
Jenny returns this week, for which Stephone is grateful that he doesn’t have to record alone again. The two co-hosts discuss recent controversy in Sacramento, as well as ketchup slices (yes, you read that right) and milk.
Jenny left California to start a new life so Stephone is embracing his freedom. He mad gabbles his way through March Madness and his teenage years via Netflix latest release. Samm is late to the party, but they still talk about Jordy Nelson and trailer #2 of Avengers: Infinity War.
This one is all about Stephone! Michael Cera, Sterling K. Brown, and Book of Mormon are discussed. Jenny accidentally creates Stephone’s new favorite offensive hashtag.
On a scale of Angela to Meredith, this episode is a Pam. Jenny and Stephone recap Fergie’s noteworthy rendition of the National Anthem, and Stephone raves about Dark Jaguar (a.k.a. Black Panther). A round of “You’re on a Raft…” is played, and we learn exactly how bad at swimming Stephone is.
There’s much to celebrate today on Unpredictable: Stephone’s birthday (wine anyone?), Fat Tuesday, and Valentine’s Day! And as promised, Jenny and Stephone discuss the repercussions of the fast food industry on the American people.
In this episode, Jenny and Stephone aim to be quick, concise, and beautiful. After discussing new Netflix releases and recapping the Big Game, the two coworkers discuss the pros and cons of social media.
Get ready to feel violated while Jenny and Stephone make random, harassing phone calls to their friends. Then they discuss the 2018 Oscar nominations (Get Out!), and calculate their chances of seeing a nipple at the upcoming halftime show.
They’re back! After answering a listener question, Jenny and Stephone catch up on the past month, and Jenny introduces a new segment called, “Netflix Adventures”.
Stephone recounts his quarterly trip to San Francisco, and Jenny tries to talk about tampons and Taylor Swift. A hot debate on Kanye West ensues.
Sans Jenny (aka The Boss), Stephone and our Marvel expert Samm (aka Coco and Brown Sugar) have a shockingly long conversation about the brand new Avengers: Infinity War trailer.
Stephone lets his true feelings be known on everything from Matt Lauer to Malibu’s Most Wanted. Jenny is buzzed on coffee and is established as the boss.
Turn your volume down for this one guys! While drinking some chunky egg nog, Jenny and Stephone are all over the place as they discuss things that they like.
In our rawest episode yet, Stephone is on a rampage: He hurts Jenny’s feelings, makes things political, and tells a heart-warming Thanksgiving story.
Jenny and Samm are hungry, but Stephone holds them hostage to discuss Thor: Ragnarok.
Lots of things were said. This is our raw and uncut episode. Yes, we really do talk like this. A little preview of things to come.